On Saturday, Cheshire High School baseball (sixteen-1, Quinnipiac Division Champion at 6-0) pushed their win streak to 16 games, earning a 14-four victory over formerly undefeated Taconic (Massachusetts, 10-1). In the 6th inning, senior tri-captain Matt Downing hit an RBI unmarried to trigger the mercy rule and cease the sport.
Taconic jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a two-run hit via Bo Bramer in the top of the first inning;
Cheshire answered with five runs in the bottom half and didn’t trail again. Senior tri-captain Ryan Strollo and Downing led the Rams with four hits and two runs scored each. Strollo tallied an RBI double, 3 singles, and 3 RBIs. Downing furnished 4 singles and RBIs.
Senior Eli Battipaglia contributed an RBI triple, two singles, and a run scored. Eli’s senior brother Ian reached on a triple, an unmarried, a hit with the aid of pitch, and a stroll, coming round to score runs. Senior Paul Villecco had singles, an RBI, a walk, and 4 runs scored (crew excessive).
Senior Ryan Cyr posted an RBI double, an unmarried, an RBI floor out, and a run scored. Senior tri-captain Matt Costello recorded an RBI single, an RBI sacrifice fly, and a run scored. Junior Will Bergin picked up RBIs on a sacrifice fly and a floor out. Sophomore Ryan Scialabba drew a walk and also scored a run.
Junior pitcher Joe Sabo yielded 5 hits and success in four innings, recording a profession-excessive 8 strikeouts. Junior Zach Strout ( hits, 3 walks, strikeout) and senior Patrick Murphy (walk) each labored an inning. Strout made his debut inside the 5th. On Monday, Cheshire hosts Branford (four-13) at four p.M. On April 10, CHS won 10-0 on the street. Cheshire beat Foran (11-6) four-3, avenging a 4-3 loss on April 9 in Milford. Senior co-captains Kelsea Mann and Jenny Wang, junior Christine Anthony and Sophie Seigel, and sophomores Alyssa Behuniak and Ellie Rockoff earned 6-zero, 6-1 victories to secure a doubles sweep.
Senior Erin Wu gained 6-1, 6-1 at variety 3 singles.
On Monday, Cheshire hosts Amity (14-2) at 3:45 p.M. Mann, Jenny Wang, Sri Arunachalam, Ida Hoxha, Gro Letnes Nergard in the last domestic suit Monday, Gabby Russitano, Wu, and Sydney Wang will be recognized on Senior Day. We tend to think that more people have been hurt during earnings season than at any other time of the year. Why? Well, think about it; it makes sense. You see a stock moving higher and higher; you’re convinced because the analysts have told you that this company is the second best thing to sliced bread.
They have raised their expectations several times, and so you go for it. You buy the stock; they announce earnings, and “boom” the next morning; you’re down 6 dollars a share, even though they beat the numbers. What’s up with that? There are several mechanics at work during an earnings release.
Naturally, you have the raw numbers themselves, such as did they actually beat the estimates? Sometimes it appears as they have, but how’d they do it? If they did it on falling revenues, they accomplished the feat by cost-cutting or playing the currency spreads. None of them are indicative of great growth. Then we have the issue of just how much did they beat the estimates by? Quite often, beating by a penny is so much.