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 James Wilson pitched 2 innings striking out 5 and collected 2 hits
Nick Picc played great defense and scored 2 runs
Nick Sisson collected 2 hits, scored 2 runs
Zach Johnson played flawless defense and scored 3 runs
Nick Christopher had an early clutch RBI hit and played great defense
Nick Ruggeri had one hit and played solid defense
Joey Zingarelli collected 2 doubles
Michael Murphy had a RBI hit, scored a run, and had key defensive plays
Tim Healey scored 2 runs and played sound defense
Andrew Corey had 2 hits, scored 2 runs, and played well on defense
"Elmwood Sports took an early 4-0 lead " 
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 Runs Hits Errors
Elmwood Sports 2 0 3 0 2 0 7 9 0
Allies Tack and Feed 0 0 2 5 1 - 8 11 5
 home top hitters:          AJ Bucci – 4 for 4, double                                    Chris Lenox – 2 for 3, 2-run homerun                                                home top pitchers:       Jack Lafreniere – 4 innings                                    Nick Gartland – 1.67 innings                                    AJ Bucci - .33 innings visitor top hitters:         Danny Hayden – 3 for 3, 2 doubles                                    Cam Moniz – 3 BB, scored 3 runs visitor top pitchers:      Travis Sampson – 3 innings

                                    Liam Darcy – 2 innings


Game Summary:   Elmwood Sports took an early 4-0 lead on the bats of Danny Hayden and Matt Gauthier.  Allie’s first 2 runs came on a 2-run homerun from Chris Lenox in the third. Both teams continued to add to their runs.  Elmwood’s rally in the top of the sixth came up short with bases loaded when they grounded out.


Elmwood picked up its third win of the season behind ...                                    

                                      R         H         E 

ELMWOOD               10        12        3


PRINTWORLD           6          3        6


ELMWOOD TOP PITCHERS:    Cam Moniz          3 IP, 2R, 2H, 3Ks (W)

                                                       Travis Sampson    1 2/3 IP, 3R, 0H, 1K

                                                       Liam Darcy          1 1/3 IP, 1R, 1H, 4Ks (S)


PRINTWORLD TOP PITCHERS:   Ryan Smith       2 IP, 8R, 9H, 1K (L)

                                                           Lucas Deslauriers  3 1/3 IP, 2R, 2H, 4Ks



ELMWOOD TOP HITTERS:  Cam Moniz 3-4 (2B), 2R, 2 RBI; Danny Hayden 2-3, 2R, 3 RBI; Matt Gauthier 1-3, 1R, 1 RBI; Tyler Carter, 1-3, 1R; Liam Darcy 1-2, 1R; Kris Richards 1-3, Travis Sampson 1-3; Ricky Cramer 1-2, BB, 1R; Jake Ruhling 1-3


PRINTWORLD TOP HITTERS:  Bobby Hanley 1-2, 1R, 2RBI; Bruce Copolla 1-1; Lucas Deslauriers 1-2 




Elmwood picked up its third win of the season behind outstanding pitching performances by Cam Moniz, Travis Sampson and Liam Darcy.  Moniz logged three complete innings, scattering just two hits, allowing 2 runs and recording three strikeouts on his way to earning his first win of the season.  Travis Sampson and Liam Darcy pitched extremely well in relief combining for three innings of work and allowing 4 runs on only 1 hit and recording 5 strikeouts to close out the game.  Printworld scored first in the top of the first inning after manufacturing a run on a walk by Ryan Smith, a beautiful sacrifice bunt by Brandon Fain and an error in centerfield.  Elmwood responded in the bottom of the first sending nine batters to the plate and recording 4 runs on 6 hits following a leadoff single by Moniz and an RBI single by Matt Gauthier to get the rally started.  Moniz allowed just 1 run in the second inning and Elmwood plated four more runs in the bottom of the second following a leadoff single by Ricky Cramer, an RBI single from Moniz and a two run single by Danny Hayden.  Elmwood added 2 runs in the bottom of the fourth following a leadoff walk to Matt Boelter and an RBI single by Hayden.  Printworld fought back in the top of the fifth inning plating 4 runs capped off by a 2 run single by Bobby Hanley.  Liam Darcy closed out the game allowing no runs and recording 3 strikeouts on his way to earning the save. 

An outstanding pitching performance by Jarett Hurteau backed up by spectacular defense by Sam Ostrowski, Cam Lamarre and Tyler Chabot led Junior Police to a 4-0 win over Wilson's on 5/9. Hurteau went the distance for JP while Remee Leduc pitched 3 scoreless innings for Wilson's. Junior Police scored all their runs in the 4th with the big blow coming on a deep fly to right by Hurteau which landed for a triple
It wasn't until the bottom of the 5th that this close contest between two teams fighting for 2nd place was decided.
Junior Police are now 4 wins with 3 loses.