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Merillon Athletic Association: October 22, 2010

New Hyde Park Funeral Home, Inc. Padres vs. City Line Florist Braves

It was a great defensive game played by both sides on a blustery morning.  Leading the offense for the Braves were Kenny Hirschfeld & Nicholas Ungania with 4 hits each.  Jeremy Wong & Evan Kreth with 3 hits each.  Edward Mauceri, Daniel Semet & Duhan Lee with 2 hits each.  Ryan Wasserman had 2 hits also including a bullet double down the left field line.  Jimmy Weedon contributed with 1 hit and several smart plays in the field.  Leading the defense were Ryan & Kenny with eye catching plays.  Duhan made a great play at second base.  Great teamwork and sportsmanship shown by all the boys.     

New Hyde Park Funeral Home, Inc. Padres vs. City Line Florist Braves


We want to thank our sponsors New Hyde Park Funeral Home for giving the boys the opportunity to play ball. Today, Saturday October 16, 2010, the boys ready and eager to play. Great hitting by all the boys, Justin Marsella, Marco. Gullo,  Joe Mattei &  Ryan Garzon. Wonderful  glove work by Giuseppe Seidita, Nick Marsella & Jesse Witt making  shut down defensive plays.  The boys played hard and didn’t let down. Great job boys you make us proud.

From Coach Gerome & Coach Dino

  NHP Kiwanis Rangers vs. Gigi’s Pizzeria Brewers

The Nor’easter made the baseball conditions difficult on Saturday but the Brewers warmed everyone up with their dedicated play. Cenzo Montoni and Mathew Merolla started up the offense with 1 and 2 RBI’s respectively, in the first. Anthony Devito and Alfred Squicciarino added one RBI each in the fourth. Daniel Goldberg launched a double scoring two more runs to complete a four run fourth. The defense again played well. Justin Yang and Abidin Dauti played well at the corners and completed 6 to 5 and 4 to 3 put outs respectively. Darren Yang played a great first base by making two unassisted put outs. Cenzo Montoni and Matthew Merolla stopped a rally with an amazing 3 to 4 double play. Paul Depaulis was cat like behind the plate and also played well at third. Daniel Mattei and Christian Zamorra get the hustle award for running it out full speed on their way to first. Lastly, with runners at the corners in the top of the sixth, Mathew Strocchia pulled in the fly ball to second to end another rally and clinch the game. Both teams are getting better every week and they are making fall baseball at Merillon very exciting. Stay tuned for more exciting Brewers baseball next week. I personally can not wait!

NHP Kiwanis Rangers vs. Gigi’s Pizzeria Brewers

The New Hyde Park Kiwanis Rangers took on the brewers on 10-16-10 on a beautiful Saturday morning. Ian Meyer lead the hitting attack for the rangers going 5 for 5 scoring 3 runs and driving in 3 runs. He also made three fantastic plays at shortstop. Willam Lentini went 2 for 5  hitting the ball hard each time with a double  and drove in a run and made two nice plays at second base to force runners.  Jake Glueck continued his clutch hitting going 3 for 4 with a double two singles and three rbis. He also made three great plays at first base both fielding and scooping throws from the fielders. Bailey Lee went 1 for 4 with a clutch single in the 5th inning to start a rally. Matthew Farkas had by far his best game of the season going 1 for 4 with a hard single and hit the ball three times and had an at bat where he fouled off nine pitches.  Eli Goodwin had a great game going 2 -4 with a single and a double and a run scored, while Charlie Linden  went 1 -3 with a single and a run scored. Anthony Robayo went 1 for 3 with a run scored and a great play fielding a ball at the pitcher’s mound and throwing out the runner.

The boys get better each and every week and are having fun and work well together as a team cheering each other on each game

Hand Rolled Bagels Cubs vs. Dr. Margaret Zadnik, DDS Nationals

 The Merillon Lower Farms Hand Rolled Bagels Cubs took the field this past Saturday and delivered an outstanding effort in their sixth game of the Fall season.  John D., Ryan O., Scotty M., Ryan K., Alex S., brought their gloves and came to play with each Cub taking responsibility for multiple put outs.  The hitting department was managed by Tilio L., Philip G., Chris Z., Trevor Y. and Jack K., all providing solid offense.  We are getting stronger and stronger each week; keep up the good work. Go Cubs!

Ridgewood Savings Bank “Rockies” vs. Hillside Beverage “Cardinals”

It was an exciting game played by both sides.  The Rockies offense started early and did not stop throughout the game.  Power hitter Matthew Reda, went 4 for 4 while John Vlantis, Siva Paturi, Danny McClellan and Matthew Solomon had three hits each. Brothers Frankie and Anthony Stigliano had back to back hits in the third and fifth inning.  Defensive stars were shortstop Joseph Muratore who made great plays throughout the game,  Andrew Wang and Stephen Farishian flashed the leather in all 6 innings.  Michael Morrone, made a great catch at third base, while also having three hits in the game. John Vlantis, Siva Paturi, Danny McClellan starred on defense as well.  The team has improved in all facets of the game and the players play with enthusiasm and excitement.

 Hand Rolled Bagels Cubs Vs. Dr. Margaret Zadnik, DDS Nationals

Cool fall temperatures and brisk winds couldn’t cool down the Nationals today at the Merillon Athletic Complex. The Nationals bats were red-hot, with terrific hits all the way down the lineup.  Nationals’ offensive players of the game included Lance Yetikyel (3-3, 3 RBIs), Jon Ziebitch (2-3, 2 RBIs),  Garrett Roth (2-3, 2 RBIs), Erik Lyngstad-Hughes (2-3, single, double), Christopher Erxleben (3-4, 2 RBIs), Aidan Chun (2-3, 2 RBIs), and Jose Betances (2-3, 2 RBIs).  On the diamond, great plays by James Kim, Jonathan Grenard, Joseph Vieni, and Erik Lyngstad-Hughes rounded out a solid team effort as the Nationals wind down their fall season. An exciting, well-played game by both the Cubs and Nationals was enjoyed by all.