Monday, July 21, 2014

Chiefs over Townies 5-3

Ipswich won Sunday night's game behind an impressive complete game pitching performance by Jake Greaney.  The offense was led by Greg Doucette who had 3 hits and 3 RBI along with Tom Radzim and Pat Curran who also chipped in two hits each. The two teams meet again for the final time of the season tonight at Bialek Park.

Rowley -4, Topsfield -1

Mike Sloban got the win for Rowley going the distance.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Beverly - 5, Hamilton - 0

The Giants moved to 10-10 with a 5 to 0 win over the Generals (7-11) Sunday night at Cooney Field.  Andy Brown pitched 6 shutout innings of 2 hit ball for the win.  Brown was 3 for 4 with 2 runs and an RBI at the plate.  Kevin Harutunian was 2 for 4 with a double and a run scored.

For Hamilton, Cam Charette took the loss and Jack Clay pitched well in relief.  Luke Painchaud was 2 for 3.

The two teams play again at Patton Park on Tuesday night.

Topsfield 9 M-E 6

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Beverly - 3, Rockport - 2

Beverly improved to 9-10 behind a complete game effort from Josh Levesque. Levesque notched his 4th win of the season with 7 innings of 2 run ball allowing only 4 hits and 1 walk while striking out 8.  
Levesque finished strong retiring the last 12 batters of the game.

Beverly scored all of its runs in the 2nd inning. Kevin Harutunian's sac fly scored one before Andy Brown's deep fly was misplayed into 2 more runs. Rockport got both of their runs and all their hits in the 3rd inning. Brian Lentz and Favalora had RBI singles in the frame. Douglas went the distance for Rockport but was tagged with the loss after 3 unearned runs. Douglas retired the last 10 batters he faced.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Rowley @ Topsfield Makeup

Rowley @ Topsfield MAKEUP Tuesday, July 29th 5:45pm

Hamilton @ Rockport Makeup from 5/25

Game scheduled for Monday, July 28th at Evans.  7pm start.

Generals- 7, Chiefs- 0

Luke Painchaud had a stellar performance on the mound with a 3 hit, complete game shutout.  There were no walks for either team in the 90 minute game.  Jim Maloney (2-4, 2 RBI) started the scoring in the bottom of the first with a 2 run homer.  In the 4th, the Generals added 5 more runs to round out the scoring.  Larry Saggese, Avon Stewart, and Bryan Vitale all had 2 hit nights for Hamilton.

Both teams return to action Sunday as Ipswich travels to Rockport and Hamilton travels to Beverly.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Rockport @ Rowley Postponed

Weather and field conditions.  Makeup TBD

Mariners 8 Tories 6

Andy Heath homered twice and Panunzio also went yard but it was not enough for the Tories as the Mariners scored 6 runs over the final two innings to erase a 6-2 deficit. Rory Gentile picked up the win in relief and rookie Bart Margiotta was 2-4 with 3 rbi's for the Mariners.

Manchester-Essex improves to 13-4 while Topsfield drops to 3-10-1.

The two teams meet again Friday in Topsfield.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Hamilton - 5 Ipswich - 4

Jack Clay entered in relief to a based loaded jam in the 4th and limited the damage.  He went on to pitch a scoreless final 3 innings for the victory.  Danny Johnson had 2 hits and drove in what became the winning run in the top of the 5th.  Larry Saggese and Luke Painchaud also tallied 2 hits apiece for the Generals.

For Ipswich, Chris Zaremba tripled and scored and Louis Galanis had 2 hits.

The 2 teams meet again in Hamilton on Thursday night.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Rowley - 8, Rockport - 6

Heard thru the ITL grapevine.  Rowley improves to 15-2 and clinches a playoff spot with the win.  Rockport falls to 4-10-1.

Rowley 8 Rockport 6. Rockport erased a 6 run deficit to tie the game in the bottom of the fifth. Rowley countered with runs in the sixth and seventh on heads up base running by Anthony Conte and clutch hitting by Marco Luisi and Colin Sitarz. Derick MacDowell pitched a complete game for Rockport.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Beverly - 7, Manchester - 0

Andy Brown pitched 6 shutout innings allowing only 2 hits and 2 walks while striking out 5 for the win. Steve Palladino pitched a scoreless 7th.  Kevin Harutunian was 2 for 4.  Luke McDonald went 1 for 3 with 3RBI.  Dan Cashman was 1 for 3 with 2RBI.  Beverly moves to 8-10. Manchester drops to 12-4.

Topsfield @ Rowley (from 5/28)

Game rescheduled for Sunday July 20th at Eiras Field.  5:45pm start.

Ipswich - 4, Topsfield - 3

The Chiefs (6-8-2) beat the Tories (3-9-1) Friday night in Topsfield.  Kevin Michael went the distance for the Chiefs and despite and Andrew Stone RBI double in the 7th, he was able to hold on for the W.

Rowley - 5, Hamilton - 4

The Rams (14-2) topped the Generals (5-10) by one run for the second night in a row Thursday at Patton Park.