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Old Bridge eight, Metuchen 1: Matt Baker went the space, scattering seven hits and putting out six to help the pinnacle-seeded Knights advance to the Greater Middlesex Conference Championship Tournament semifinals.
Old Bridge rallied for five runs in the 2d inning and scored two times in the 0.33 to build an insurmountable 7-1 lead. Danny Chiofalo and Matt Herbstman each had success and RBI for the Knights (17-five), who will face fourth-seeded St. Joseph in Tuesday’s semifinals at Rutgers University’s Bainton Field 4:30 p.M.
Gavin Abrams scored Will Hronich with Metuchen’s lone run inside the 1/3 inning. Jay Harry, a Penn State University dedicate, went 2-for-three for the Bulldogs. Andrew Deceglie scored two runs, and Mike Oliva went 2-for-four for Old Bridge. Elliot Hayward singled two times for the Knights.
Old Bridge, which outhit Metuchen eight-7, benefited from 11 walks.
Spotswood 10, Highland Park 1: The Chargers advanced to the semifinals of the Greater Middlesex Conference Invitational Tournament with a balanced offense. The Chargers swept the normal-season series among the schools, rallying for thirteen-eleven and eleven-9 victories. Highland Park turned into outhit thirteen-four. Diego Salazar went 2-for-2 for the Owls (6-10). Spotswood will host Carteret within the semifinals.
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Woodbridge 15, Whippany Park 2: Ismael Reynoso, Tom O’Halloran, and Brandon Schmitt had two hits apiece and mixed to attain seven runs because the Barrons rolled to a nonconference victory. Winning pitcher Rob Nunez allowed one earned run on four hits and no walks over four innings. He struck out four. The Barrons batted around inside the fourth inning, scoring nine runs to invoke the mercy rule. Sam Duffy (1-for-four) added two RBI. O’Halloran plated 3 runs and laced a triple. Reynoso’s double changed into Woodbridge’s best different greater-base hit. Woodbridge recorded nine hits and benefited from 10 walks.
9 Barrons scored at least once.
Old Bridge 4, Somerville 1: Ryan De La Cuesta (4 innings) and Nick Caligari (three frames) mixed on a 4-hitter as the Knights received a nonconference sport. De La Cuesta allowed one earned run on 4 hits with one strikeout. Calipari did not permit it successfully. Old Bridge scored single runs within the first and 5th innings. The Knights rallied for 2 runs within the 0.33. Eddie Nugent scored two runs for Old Bridge (16-5), at the same time as teammate Matt Hefter went 2-for-3. John DeNardo and Luke Knaup every had success for the Knights.
Calipari singled and scored runs. J.F. Kennedy 8, Bishop Ahr 1: Vinnie Powers went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI to return the entire-sport effort of prevailing pitcher Gianni Tavarez because of the Mustangs superior to the Greater Middlesex Conference Invitational Tournament semifinals. J.F. Kennedy scored twice in the home first to erase a 1-0 deficit. Ryan Pittari (1-for-four) scored Bishop Ahr’s lone run. Michael Mantagas went 2-for-three with three runs scored for the Mustangs (8-10), even as teammate Allen Hill singled, doubled, drove domestic a run, and scored twice.
Nick Popo (2-for-4) and Michael Hein (1-for-2) each contributed an RBI to the victory.
Carteret 3, South River 2: The Ramblers rallied for three runs within the bottom of the 5th to erase a 2-0 deficit at the manner to a Greater Middlesex Conference Invitational Tournament quarterfinal victory. Winning pitcher Dennis Shopp allowed two earned runs on 5 hits and four walks. He struck out in an entire-sport effort throughout which he threw 109 pitches. Elijah Colon and Michael Gorzynski went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the fourth-seeded Ramblers (12-10), who will face top-seeded Spotswood in Wednesday’s semifinals. The third-seeded Mustangs will face 2d-seeded South Amboy within the semifinals on Wednesday.
Hard-luck losing pitcher, Nick Razzano allowed 3 runs, only two of which have been earned, over 5 innings. He struck out five, walked 3, and scattered 5 hits. Vincent Lepore and Billy Drum each had an RBI for the Rams (11-10). Michael DeSantis scored a run but turned into held without success, leaving him with 99 at this juncture of his profession. Gian Ortiz introduced Carteret’s other RBI. Razzano went 2-for-2. Piscataway 12, Spotswood 6: Robert Kuderka went 2-for-three with a double and three RBI to assist the Chiefs to enlarge their triumphing streak to 4 video games with a division crossover victory.
Winning pitcher Thomas Stewart allowed 4 earned runs on six hits and four walks over 5 innings. He also struck out one in an 85-pitch attempt. Matt Hanzich and Chris Eckel every hurled one inning of relief to hold the win.
Piscataway (nine-12) batted around within the 0.33 inning, scoring nine runs to erase a 3-1 deficit. Jordan Brown and Joseph Hatcher went 2-for-four with an RBI for Piscataway, whilst Eckel singled, scored a run, and added an RBI. The harm could have been worse, but the Chiefs stranded eleven runners throughout the sport.
Eddie Rogers drove domestic 3 runs for the Chargers (8-eleven), who have dropped six of their closing seven.
South Amboy 7, New Brunswick 1: Winning pitcher Kyle Gasiewski allowed one unearned run on 4 hits and struck out 12 without taking walks a batter in a complete-game victory that enabled the second-seeded Governors to increase to the Greater Middlesex Conference Invitational Tournament semifinals. Spotswood’s Dan Bottiglieri went 2-for-4 with RBI, even as teammate Dominick Vincelli singled two times and scored two times. Three Spotswood pitchers blended to trouble eight walks.