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7/14 CCBL Recap

Brewster (7-20-3): 2
Yarmouth-Dennis (17-8-4): 7

Y-D’s pitching kept the Whitecap’s bats quiet, sitting down a combined ten and allowing just two runs on six hits in the game. After scoring a run in the second, third, and fourth, including a Noah Campbell home run, the Red Sox put up a three run sixth inning with the help of a two run homer from Patrick Bailey after a Christian Koss Single. Y-D crossed another in the eighth to put the finishing touch on the victory.

WP: Karl Kauffmann (2-1)
LP: Connor Manous (0-1)

Notable Performances:

BRE

    Ike Freeman (UNC): 2-2, RBI, BB
    Justin Ammons (Tennessee): 2-4, RBI

Y-D

    Andrew Daschbach (Stanford): 2-3, 2 RBI, 2 BB
    Karl Kauffmann (Michigan): 5.1, 0 R, 2 H, 7 K, 1 BB



Chatham (15-12-2): 8
Harwich (13-16-1): 3

A big second and third inning from Chatham helped their winning efforts, scoring three runs each in both innings to take a 6-1 lead. Blake Sabol got things started in the second with a leadoff solo shot. The Anglers scored all three runs on three RBI singles from Drew Mendoza, Colin Simpson, and Jorge Arenas. After Chatham scored another two in the fifth, Harwich scrapped a run in the sixth and seventh inning, including a Nate Eikhoff solo home run. The eighth and ninth inning were scoreless, ending in a 8-3 win for Chatham.

WP: Alek Manoah (2-2)
LP: Ty Buckner (1-3)

Notable Performances:

CHA

Alek Manoah (West Virginia): 6.0, 3 H, 2 R, 11 K
Colin Simpson (Oklahoma St.): 3-4, 3B, RBI, BB, 3 R

HAR

Brad Debo (NCSU): 1-3, RBI, BB, R



Cotuit (13-13-2): 9
Hyannis (15-10-2): 5

Both teams mashed in the first inning, entering the second inning 3-3. Zachary Biermann hit a leadoff home run in the top of the first for the Kettleers, followed by a Duke Ellis single. Ellis was driven in by a Jonathan Robertson two run homer the next at bat. Hyannis used four hits and two errors to their advantage to tie the game up. Cotuit went on to score a couple between the second and third inning to take a 5-3 lead. They tacked another on in the fifth to make it 6-3. The Kettleers had their second three run inning in the eighth to increase their lead to 9-3. Hyannis’ Pedro Pages hit a two run home run in the bottom half of the inning to make it 9-5.

WP: Seth Shuman (1-2)
LP: Gavin Hollowell (1-1)

Notable Performances:

COT

Ryan Reynolds (Texas): 2-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R
Michael Salvatore (Florida St.): 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, BB

HYA

Seth Gray (Wright St.): 2-3, RBI, 2 BB, 2 R



Wareham (17-11-1): 0
Falmouth (14-14-1): 3

Falmouth scored their three runs in the first and last inning of the ball game. In the first inning, Austin Langworthy hit a solo shot to take the 1-0 lead. Langworthy wasn’t done, going ahead and driving in Maverick Handley and himself in the eighth with his second home run of the night to make it 3-0. A solid five inning start from Langworthy’s teammate at Florida, Tyler Dyson, helped keep a hot Wareham down, striking out eight Gatemen on the night.

WP: Tyler Dyson (1-1)
S: Nick Mikolajchak (2)
LP: Cade Cavalli (0-1)

Notable Performances:

WAR

Derek West (Pitt): 5.0, 0 R, 3 H, 3 K, 1 BB

FAL

Tyler Dyson (Florida): 5.0, 0 R, 1 H, 8 K, 2 BB
Austin Langworthy (Florida): 2-4, 2 HR(4), 3 RBI



Bourne (13-14-1): 1
Orleans (11-17-1): 6

The scoreless tie was broken up in the third when the Firebirds put up a three spot on the Braves with a couple of singles and a throwing error from Bourne’s shortstop. They attacked again in the fifth inning with a single and an error to make it 5-0. Orleans pitching held it down tonight, giving up Bourne’s only run in the top of the eighth on a fielder’s choice. Orleans answered with one of their own, erasing the Brave’s run and going on to win 6-2.

WP: Kevin Kelly (1-1)
LP: Trey Benton (0-1)

Notable Performances:

BOU

Spencer Brickhouse (East Carolina): 1-4, RBI
Tyler Fitzgerald (Louisville): 2-4, 2 2B, R

ORL

Pat DeMarco (Vanderbilt): 4-5, 2B, RBI, SB, 2 R
JJ Bleday (Vanderbilt): 2-4, RBI, BB, 2 R
Kevin Kelly (JMU): 6.0, 0 R, 4 H, 6 K, 1 BB


Sunday’s CCBL schedule:


5:00 PM

    FAL - Adam Laskey (2-0)
    COT - Griffin McLarty (0-2)

    ORL - Mitchell Senger (1-0)
    BRE - Brady Basso (0-1)

5:30 PM

    HAR - TBD
    WAR - Tyler Keysor (0-2)

6:00 PM

    HYA - Jeremy Randolph (1-0)
    BOU - Austin Pope (1-0)

7:00 PM

    Y-D - Jensen Elliot (3-1)
    CHA - Jeff Belge (1-1)



7/13 CCBL Recap

Yarmouth-Dennis (16-8-4): 4
Falmouth (13-14-1): 2

Falmouth jumped on the Sox early with an RBI single from Kyle Stowers in the first. But it was Y-D’s two run fifth inning proved to be crucial, taking the two run victory over Falmouth on Friday night. Quin Cotton doubled in Jonathan Deluca, and Brad Beesley drove in Quin Cotton on a single to center field. Austin Langworthy homered for the Commodores to answer in the bottom of the fifth.

WP: Michael Henley (1-0)
S: Ryne Nelson (3)
LP: William Ethridge (0-1)

Notable Performances:

Y-D

    Christian Koss (Cal Irvine): 2-3, RBI, R
    Quin Cotton (Grand Canyon): 2-4, 2B, RBI, R

FAL

    Patrick McGowan (Holy Cross): 3.2, 0 R, 0 H, 4 K


Hyannis (15-9-2): 5
Bourne (13-13-1): 2

It was Hyannis that struck first when Matthew Barefoot drove in William Holland on a single to right field in the first inning. The Hawks struck again in the fourth inning for two more runs on a Pedro Pages two run homer. Down 3-0, Bourne captured two in the fifth on an RBI triple from Ashton Bardzell, who was driven in the next at bat on a sacrifice fly from Chase Murray. Hyannis’ Tommy Jew blasted a two run home run in the seventh to finish the Braves.

WP: Zach Kohn (1-0)
S: Dylan Thomas (6)
LP: Justin Lasko (2-1)

Notable Performances:

HYA

    Pedro Pages (FAU): 2-4, 2B, HR(2), 2 RBI
    Tommy Jew (UCSB): 1-3, HR(1), 2 RBI

BOU

    Ashton Bardzell (Hartford): 1-3, 3B, RBI, R


Brewster (7-19-3): 2
Harwich (13-15-1): 1

It was a low scoring affair on Friday night in Harwich. Dominic Canzone scored in the first inning for the Whitecaps on a passed ball to take the 1-0 lead. Harwich responded with a run of their own on a Tanner Morris ground rule double, which brought in one run. After the second inning, both teams pitching silenced eachother’s offense. The game went to the ninth, but nobody could cross a run. It was the top of the eleventh where Whitecap Hunter Bishop advanced to first on a fielder’s choice which scored Jesse Franklin to score the winning run.

WP: Jeff Criswell (1-0)
LP: Tom Sutera (0-2)

Notable Performances:

BRE

    Cameron Eden (Cal Berk): 2-5, RBI

HAR

    Ricky DeVito (Seton Hall): 6.0, 1 R (0 ER), 5 H, 8 K, 2 BB


Cotuit (12-13-2): 2
Wareham (17-10-1): 8

After Cotuit put up a run in the first frame of the ball game, Wareham lashed back with a four run first to go ahead 4-1. The Gatemen followed up the four run first with a two run second inning on a two run double off the bat of Pavin Parks to take a commanding 6-1 lead in the second. Cotuit’s bats were very quiet because of Wareham’s dominant pitching. Three Gatemen pitchers combined for thirteen strikeouts on the night.

WP: Will Proctor (2-1)
LP: Anthony Veneziano (1-1)

Notable Performances:

COT

    Brady Smith (Florida): 1-3, 2B, RBI, 2 BB

WAR

    Sahid Valenzuela (Cal St. Full): 3-4, HR(2), 2 RBI, BB, 3 R
    Austin Shenton (FIU): 3-5, 2B, RBI, 2 R


Chatham (14-12-2): 4
Orleans (10-17-1): 0

The Orleans Firebirds were shut out on three hits Friday night. Chatham’s pitchers Dan Hammer and Jack Conlon combined for the shut out, Hammer going six strong innings and Conlon cleaned up the last three innings. The offense was able to pick up a single run in the second, third, fourth, and sixth inning to win 4-0. Blake Sabol added a home run for the Anglers.

WP: Dan Hammer (2-0)
S: Jack Conlon (1)
LP: Shay Smiddy (1-1)

Notable Performances:

CHA

    Dan Hammer (Pitt): 6.0, 0 R, 3 H, 4 K
    Jack Conlon (Texas A&M): 3.0, 0 R, 0 H, 1 K, 1 BB
    Blake Sabol (USC): 2-3, HR(5), 2 RBI

ORL

    JJ Bleday (Vanderbilt): 1-3, 2B, BB


Saturday’s CCBL schedule:

5:00 PM

    BRE - Connor Manous (0-0)
    Y-D - Karl Kauffmann (1-1)

5:30 PM

    CHA - Alek Manoah (1-2)
    HAR - Ty Buckner (1-2)

6:00 PM

    COT - Seth Shuman (0-2)
    HYA - Gavin Hollowell (1-0)

    WAR - Cade Cavalli (0-0)
    FAL - Tyler Dyson (0-1)

7:00 PM

    BOU - Trey Benton (0-2)
    ORL - Levi Stoudt (0-1)

 
7/12 CCBL Recap

Wareham (16-10-1): 2
Cotuit (12-12-2): 2

Wareham started off the scoring in the second when Skyler Hunter scored on a wild pitch. Isaac Collins scored on a Jeremy Ydens sacrifice fly to make it 2-0. But Zach Humphreys responded with a home run to leadoff the Kettleers half of the third. Down 2-1 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Cotuit’s Brady Smith drove in Ryan Reynolds on a single to tie the game up, where the game ultimately ended.

Notable Performances:

WAR

    Isaac Collins (Creighton): 3-5, 2B, SB, R
    
COT

    Zach Humphreys (TCU): 3-4, HR(2), RBI, R


Harwich (13-14-1): 7
Brewster (6-19-3): 5

Harwich’s big second inning helped push their victorious effort, putting up four runs to take a 5-1 lead through two. A leadoff double from Brado Debo was followed up by another double by Ben Norman to score Debo. Back to back RBI singles from Tanner Morris and Matt Gorski scored the second and third run, and the fourth came on a wild pitch. The Whitecaps scored two in the eighth but could not keep the rally going, dropping the game 7-5

WP: Joe La Sorsa (3-1)
S: George Kirby (1)
LP: James Acuna (0-3)

Notable Performances:

HAR

    Tanner Morris (Virginia): 3-5, 2 RBI, 2 SB, 2 R
    Ben Norman (Iowa): 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R

BRE    

    Cameron Eden (Cal Berk): 3-5, RBI, 2 SB, R


Orleans (10-16-1): 8
Yarmouth-Dennis (15-8-4): 11

Y-D attacked Orleans early with a five spot in the first inning, including a two-run homer from Noah Campbell and a two-run single from Luke Waddell. The Firebirds did respond with two runs of their own from a Carter Aldrete RBI double, and later coming around to score from Matt Frazier’s single. The Firebirds went on to score one one run from the fourth to the seventh, and two in the eight. They could not catch the Sox, though, down 11-8 in the ninth and scoring no runs. Orleans was good for thirteen hits, Y-D for eleven.

WP: Tommy Mace (1-0)
S: Ryne Nelson (2)
LP: Joey Lancellotti (1-1)

Notable Performances:

ORL

    Spencer Steer (Oregon): 2-5, 2 RBI
    Philip Clarke (Vanderbilt): 2-4, BB, 3 R
    
Y-D
    
    Noah Campbell (So. Carolina): 1-3, HR(3), 2 RBI, BB, 2 R
    Jonathan Deluca (Oregon): 3-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 SB, 2 R


Hyannis (14-9-2): 3
Falmouth (13-13-1): 4

Falmouth sprinkled in one run in the second, fourth, and the fifth, while shutting down the Hawks offensively. Up 3-0 in the ninth inning, Hyannis broke out for three runs to tie the game. Pedro Pages hit a leadoff double, and scored on a William Holland double. After a sacrifice fly brought in the second run, Adam Elliot doubled to center to bring Holland around to score. The Commodores were not interested in extra innings baseball, as Logan Davidson reached on a fielder’s choice, and was driven in by a Maverick Handley walk-off double.

WP: Jack Little (1-1)
LP: Brett Schulze (0-2)

Notable Performances:

HYA

    William Holland (Auburn): 2-4, 2B, 1 RBI, SB, R

FAL

    Davis Sims (Murray St.): 2-4, RBI, R


Bourne (13-12-1): 3
Chatham (13-12-2): 5

Chatham had a 5-0 lead going into the sixth inning thanks to a two-run home run in the first from Michael Busch, an RBI single from John Rave in the second, an RBI double from Colin Simpson and another RBI single from Rave in the fourth. Chatham’s pitchers held Bourne to just four hits in the game, allowing two runs in the sixth on a throwing error, and one in the ninth.

WP: Austin Bergner (1-1)
S: Gregory Veliz (3)
LP: Bryan Hoeing (2-2)

Notable Performances:

BOU

    Jared Triolo (Houston): 2-5, R

CHA

    Michael Busch (UNC): 2-4, HR(2), 2 RBI
    Colin Simpson (Oklahoma St.): 1-2, 2B, RBI, 2 BB, 2 R

7/13 CCBL Recap

Yarmouth-Dennis (16-8-4): 4
Falmouth (13-14-1): 2

Falmouth jumped on the Sox early with an RBI single from Kyle Stowers in the first. But it was Y-D’s two run fifth inning proved to be crucial, taking the two run victory over Falmouth on Friday night. Quin Cotton doubled in Jonathan Deluca, and Brad Beesley drove in Quin Cotton on a single to center field. Austin Langworthy homered for the Commodores to answer in the bottom of the fifth.

WP: Michael Henley (1-0)
S: Ryne Nelson (3)
LP: William Ethridge (0-1)

Notable Performances:

Y-D

    Christian Koss (Cal Irvine): 2-3, RBI, R
    Quin Cotton (Grand Canyon): 2-4, 2B, RBI, R

FAL

    Patrick McGowan (Holy Cross): 3.2, 0 R, 0 H, 4 K


Hyannis (15-9-2): 5
Bourne (13-13-1): 2

It was Hyannis that struck first when Matthew Barefoot drove in William Holland on a single to right field in the first inning. The Hawks struck again in the fourth inning for two more runs on a Pedro Pages two run homer. Down 3-0, Bourne captured two in the fifth on an RBI triple from Ashton Bardzell, who was driven in the next at bat on a sacrifice fly from Chase Murray. Hyannis’ Tommy Jew blasted a two run home run in the seventh to finish the Braves.

WP: Zach Kohn (1-0)
S: Dylan Thomas (6)
LP: Justin Lasko (2-1)

Notable Performances:

HYA

    Pedro Pages (FAU): 2-4, 2B, HR(2), 2 RBI
    Tommy Jew (UCSB): 1-3, HR(1), 2 RBI

BOU

    Ashton Bardzell (Hartford): 1-3, 3B, RBI, R


Brewster (7-19-3): 2
Harwich (13-15-1): 1

It was a low scoring affair on Friday night in Harwich. Dominic Canzone scored in the first inning for the Whitecaps on a passed ball to take the 1-0 lead. Harwich responded with a run of their own on a Tanner Morris ground rule double, which brought in one run. After the second inning, both teams pitching silenced eachother’s offense. The game went to the ninth, but nobody could cross a run. It was the top of the eleventh where Whitecap Hunter Bishop advanced to first on a fielder’s choice which scored Jesse Franklin to score the winning run.

WP: Jeff Criswell (1-0)
LP: Tom Sutera (0-2)

Notable Performances:

BRE

    Cameron Eden (Cal Berk): 2-5, RBI

HAR

    Ricky DeVito (Seton Hall): 6.0, 1 R (0 ER), 5 H, 8 K, 2 BB


Cotuit (12-13-2): 2
Wareham (17-10-1): 8

After Cotuit put up a run in the first frame of the ball game, Wareham lashed back with a four run first to go ahead 4-1. The Gatemen followed up the four run first with a two run second inning on a two run double off the bat of Pavin Parks to take a commanding 6-1 lead in the second. Cotuit’s bats were very quiet because of Wareham’s dominant pitching. Three Gatemen pitchers combined for thirteen strikeouts on the night.

WP: Will Proctor (2-1)
LP: Anthony Veneziano (1-1)

Notable Performances:

COT

    Brady Smith (Florida): 1-3, 2B, RBI, 2 BB

WAR

    Sahid Valenzuela (Cal St. Full): 3-4, HR(2), 2 RBI, BB, 3 R
    Austin Shenton (FIU): 3-5, 2B, RBI, 2 R


Chatham (14-12-2): 4
Orleans (10-17-1): 0

The Orleans Firebirds were shut out on three hits Friday night. Chatham’s pitchers Dan Hammer and Jack Conlon combined for the shut out, Hammer going six strong innings and Conlon cleaned up the last three innings. The offense was able to pick up a single run in the second, third, fourth, and sixth inning to win 4-0. Blake Sabol added a home run for the Anglers.

WP: Dan Hammer (2-0)
S: Jack Conlon (1)
LP: Shay Smiddy (1-1)

Notable Performances:

CHA

    Dan Hammer (Pitt): 6.0, 0 R, 3 H, 4 K
    Jack Conlon (Texas A&M): 3.0, 0 R, 0 H, 1 K, 1 BB
    Blake Sabol (USC): 2-3, HR(5), 2 RBI

ORL

    JJ Bleday (Vanderbilt): 1-3, 2B, BB


Saturday’s CCBL schedule:

5:00 PM

    BRE - Connor Manous (0-0)
    Y-D - Karl Kauffmann (1-1)

5:30 PM

    CHA - Alek Manoah (1-2)
    HAR - Ty Buckner (1-2)

6:00 PM

    COT - Seth Shuman (0-2)
    HYA - Gavin Hollowell (1-0)

    WAR - Cade Cavalli (0-0)
    FAL - Tyler Dyson (0-1)

7:00 PM

    BOU - Trey Benton (0-2)
    ORL - Levi Stoudt (0-1)


Friday, July 13th CCBL schedule:

6:00 PM

    HYA - Zach Kohn (0-0)
    BOU - Justin Lasko (2-0)

    Y-D - Michael Henley (0-0)
    FAL - William Ethridge (0-0)

6:30 PM

    BRE - Zach Linginfelter (0-1)
    HAR - Ricky DeVito (0-1)

    COT - Anthony Veneziano (1-0)
    WAR - Will Proctor (1-1)

7:00 PM

    CHA - Dan Hammer (1-0)
    ORL - Kade Mechals (1-0)