Ryan Kresky, who homered, went 2 for 3 with a run batted in as did Mike Blumenthal and Joey Espinal for the Sag Harbor Whalers in their 6-3 defeat of the Riverhead Tomcats in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League game Thursday in Riverhead. Brian Russell was the winning pitcher, giving up four hits and one earned run over six innings, according to www.hamptonsbaseball.org.
Ryan Lukach and Steve Dill both had two hits each for the Tomcats. Marc Rutledge took the loss despite posting eight strikeouts over seven innings.
The Westhampton Aviators scored in six of the nine innings and won a high-scoring Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League affair over the host Riverhead Tomcats, 12-8, on Wednesday. Aaron Cohn drove in four runs and homered for the Aviators (18-12), who received three hits apiece from Ray Ortega (two runs batted in) and Mike Ahmed. Ahmed scored twice, tripled and knocked in a run.
The Aviators used eight pitchers, none of whom lasted longer than two and one-third innings.
Keith Herring (one RBI) and Adam Michel had two hits each for the Tomcats (11-18).
Jamie Wollerman and Frank Schwindel both homered for the Riverhead Tomcats in a 5-4 triumph over the visiting Sag Harbor Whalers in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League game on Tuesday. The Tomcats (11-17) overcame a 4-2 deficit.
Joe Solomeno knocked in three runs and Charlie Curl supplied three hits for the Whalers (12-14).
The Sag Harbor Whalers broke out to a 6-0 lead by the fourth inning and rolled past the Riverhead Tomcats, 9-3, in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League game at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on Sunday.
Sag Harbor’s 11-hit attack was paced by Kyle Weeks (two runs batted in), Joe Solomeno (3 for 3, walk, run, RBI) and Ryan Kresky (2 for 5, run, RBI).
Kyle McGowin, one of three pitchers used by the Whalers (12-13), worked five innings of shutout ball. He struck out three and gave up two hits.
Jamie Wollerman and Patrick Jones drove in a run apiece for the Tomcats (10-17).
Jordan Zech and James McMahon both had two hits each and homered for the Southampton Breakers in their 7-2 Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League victory over the host Riverhead Tomcats on Friday. Zech knocked in two runs for the Whalers (11-12), who had seven players with at least one hit.
Josh Barry notched the win. He gave up two runs and eight hits over five and one-third innings, with one walk and three strikeouts.
Jamie Wollerman went 2 for 3 for the Tomcats (10-15).
The Westhampton Aviators took down the Riverhead Tomcats twice — hard each time — in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader at the Hite Athletic Complex in Westhampton on Tuesday.
The first-place Aviators (14-11) took a one-game lead over the North Fork Ospreys in the Hampton Division by virtue of their 10-1 and 16-1 wins, which were facilitated by eight home runs.
Aaron Cohn, Kevin Heller, Nick Camastro (3 for 4, three runs, three runs batted in, stolen base) and Joe Candela (two RBI) slugged home runs and Mike Rosenfeld went 2 for 2 and knocked in two runs in the first game.
In the nightcap, the Aviators scored 16 runs on 16 hits, including round-trippers by Heller (2 for 4, three RBI), Matt De Renzi (2 for 2, three RBI), Jordan Patterson (3 for 3, four RBI, two runs) and Candela. The Tomcats (10-13) managed only three hits.
The Riverhead Tomcats banged out 16 hits, scored in six of the nine innings and received four runs batted in apiece from Eric Romano and Frank Schwindel as they steamrolled the North Fork Ospreys, 19-3, in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League game on Sunday in Riverhead.
Romano enjoyed a 4-for-6 game and homered. Adam Michel drove in three of Riverhead’s runs.
Ryan Lukach earned the win, scattering seven hits and striking out six over five innings, during which the Ospreys scored all three of their runs.
Pat Brennan homered for the Ospreys. He had two hits, as did teammate Matt Carroll.
The result pulled the Tomcats’ record to 10-11. The third-place Ospreys, who had led the Hampton Division for most of the season, dropped to 11-11.
Frank Schwindel and Patrick Jones both homered for the Riverhead Tomcats in a 2-0 win over the Westhampton Aviators on Saturday, splitting an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader in Riverhead. Eric Romano added two singles to the victory.
David Gibson pitched five and two-thirds innings for the Tomcats (9-11), giving up two hits and no runs. He walked one and struck out four.
The Aviators (12-10), who had moved into first place in the Hampton Division, received their three hits from Kyle Lombardo, Mike Ahmed and Mike Rosenfeld.
In the first game, a 3-1 Westhampton victory, Ryan Doran fired nine strikeouts over five and two-thirds innings, Steven Roche worked two-thirds of an inning to pick up the win, and Brandon Kuter registered a two-out save. Doran allowed one earned run and four hits.
Jones had two hits, one of them a double, and Schwindel walked twice and had a run batted in for the Tomcats.