Saturday, April 30, 2011

Baseball: DePaul 10, Passaic 2

Mike Sweeney spun a three-hitter striking out eight and walking one and belted a solo home run. George Monsen hit a three-run blast. Gerald DiFilippo had a two-run shot and John Scarr added solo homer in a 15-hit attack to lead DePaul in Wayne. Home runs by Monsen and DiFilippo added up to five runs in the second when DePaul (5-7) snapped a scoreless tie.

Baseball: Lakeland 6, Wayne Valley 5

Steve Secor of Lakeland (5-7) hit a game-winning single scoring Nick Unger in the bottom of the ninth inning at Dick Shutte Field in Wanaque. Jordan Aughey collected a triple, a double, a single and two RBI and Eric Fernandez hit a double, two singles and added an RBI for Lakeland. Mike Tolerico and Anthony Verrilli each collected a double and two singles for Wayne Valley (8-3).

Friday, April 29, 2011

Baseball: Wayne Hills 13, Passaic 1

Brian Dowling pitched a complete game and added a double, a single, three RBI and two runs as Wayne Hills (9-2) won its eighth straight in Passaic. Junior Chris Amato hit a double and knocked in two runs for Wayne Hills. Juan Anziani had a double and a single and scored a run for Passaic (7-8).

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Baseball: Wayne Hills 6, Wayne Valley 5

Wayne Hills (8-2) capitalized on three walks and two errors and scored three unearned runs in the top of the seventh inning to pull out the victory at Wayne Valley. Jason Avedissian hit a two run single for Wayne Hills. Brian Kokos hit a two-run home run and Donnie Cusick had a two-run single for Wayne Valley (8-2).

Monday, April 25, 2011

Baseball: DePaul 5, Oratory 1

DePaul (4-6) toppled Oratory-Summit in its lone outing of the week, 5-1. Mike Sweeney fired a two-hitter, striking out nine. Ryan Carroll, Gerard DeFilippo, Nicholas Fondaccaro, Sean Jones and Mike Lembo knocked in the runs for DePaul.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Baseball: Wayne Hills 12, Fair Lawn 10

Wayne Hills (7-2) only played once last week, due to the foul weather. The team’s one outing, though, was a success – a 12-10 win over Fair Lawn. Junior Steve Addesso went 2-for-4 with a homer, two runs scored and four RBI. Justin Ferrarella had three hits and two RBI. Troy Zaffino, Justin Avidissian, Jason Avidissian and Joe Rapp knocked in one run apiece.
Chris Amato fanned five batters enroute to the victory. Anthony Scudillo struck out two batters in 1.67 innings of relief.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Boys Baseball: Wayne Valley 14, Pequannock 11

Source: The Bergen Record

Valley's Brian Kokos was a master artist both offensively and defensively. He did a capable job when called to do some patchwork middle relief Thursday. Kokos, along with contributions (Click Here To Read More)

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Wayne Hills Baseball Roundup

Chris Amato knocked in two runs as Hills (6-2) started the week by edging Passaic Valley, 6-5. Troy Zaffino, Justin

Wayne Valley Baseball Wrap

Valley’s latest victims were crosstown DePaul, Paterson Eastside and Clifton.

They began the week by toppling DePaul, 10-0. Brian Kokos was 2-for-3 with a double and four RBI. Right-hander Andrew

DePaul's Weekly Baseball Wrap

DePaul (4-6) endured a rough week. After losing to Wayne Valley, they lost 14-10 to Bergen Catholic and 10-0 to Don Bosco Prep. They finished the week by besting Marist-Bayonne, 9-6.
Ryan Carroll crushed a two-run homerun to help DePaul past Marist. George Monsen belted a solo blast. Sean Jones had a double and three RBI. Carroll collected three singles and three RBI and Monsen hit a grand slam for DePaul in the Bergen Catholic game.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Baseball: Wayne Valley 10, DePaul 0

Brian Kokos was 2-for-3 with a double and four RBI and right-hander Andrew Furber threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and one walk to lead Wayne Valley in Wayne. Wayne Valley (4-1) broke the game open with six runs in the fourth for a 10-0 lead. DePaul fell to 2-3.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Baseball Wrapup

Wayne Valley: Wayne Valley finished the week at 3-1. First, they pounded Passaic, 14-1. K.C. Abel led the way with 3 RBI. Brian Kokos and Josh Marks had 2 RBI. Kokos earned another win. Valley’s winning ways were finally halted Saturday, when they fell to Hawthorne, 7-6. Hawthorn’s Ryan Hollis singled in Ryan O'Hea in the bottom of the 10th inning for the Bears. O'Hea had drawn one-out walk, stole second, advanced to third on Kevin Smith's single and scored on a hit by Hollis. Hawthorne (2-1) held a 4-0 advantage, but Wayne Valley (3-1) mounted a comeback, highlighted by Mike Tolerico's two-run double and Mike Cornell’s two RBI. Hawthorne knotted the game with two runs in the bottom of the seventh.

Wayne Hills, meanwhile, righted the ship after two nail-biting losses to DePaul and Wayne Valley.First, Hills edged West Milford, 7-6. Justin Avedissian delivered a two-run single in the bottom of the 11th to give Hills the victory. Steve Addesso and Justin Ferrarella also had 2 RBI apiece. Next, Hills (3-2) topped Clifton, 6-0. Troy Zaffino hurled a five-hit shutout.

“Troy is down in the zone, he’s focused and he’s a kid that got experience last year as a sophomore against varsity competition,” said Hills coach Fran Rella. “He knows how to control the pace of the game. When things start to get a little hairy, he steps off the mound and calms himself down.”

Clifton came close to scoring in when catcher Adnan Pjetrovic doubled to the left field fence. Junior Chris Amato’s throw from short-left helped preserve the shutout as his throw to the plate mowed down Clifton’s Jimmy Lavin.

Hills scored three runs in the third, on RBI singles by Amato and Zaffino. Junior first basemen Jason Avedissian, who went 2-for-3, added an RBI single in the fourth.

“We’ve had opportunity to win every single one of our games,” Rella said. “We made mistake that came to bite us in those two losses. We still have some work to do. Our league is tough. We’re not satisfied. But we’re happy with where we are right now.”

DePaul meanwhile slipped to 2-2 with two losses this past week. First, they bowed to West Milford, 5-2. Michael Sweeney homered for DePaul. Nicholas Fondaccaro also had an RBI. Sean Carroll tripled and Sean Jones doubled.

George Monsen led off the next game with a monstrous home run blast, but it proved to be DePaul’s only run. The Spartans lost to St. Joseph’s-Montvale, 8-1. Gerard DeFilippo doubled for DePaul.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Baseball: Wayne Valley 3, Passaic Valley 2

Anthony Verrilli scored from third on K.C. Abel's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Wayne Valley over Passaic Valley in Wayne. Brian Kokos worked out of a bases-loaded, two-out jam in the top of the seventh inning after Donnie Cusick had given up two runs in the first 6 1/3 innings. Abel also had a solo home run for Wayne Valley (2-0). Senior right-hander Tom Gaccione of Passaic Valley (0-2) pitched six innings, giving up two runs on just three hits.

Baseball: Wayne Valley 1, Wayne Hills 0

Andrew Furber tossed a no-hitter in Wayne Valley's opener, striking out eight and walking none at Wayne Hills. He just missed a perfect game when he hit a batter. Donnie Cusick came through in the top of the seventh inning when he singled in Nick Hoy with the lone run for Wayne Valley. Chris Amato pitched a five-hitter for Wayne Hills (1-2).

Monday, April 4, 2011

Baseball: DePaul 3, Wayne Hills 2

Sean Jones belted a two-out, two-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to give DePaul a 3-2 victory over Wayne Hills yesterday at DePaul High in Wayne. Jones hit two home runs in a victory against Paterson Kennedy on Saturday and now has three for the season. Wayne Hills (1-1) grabbed a 1-0 lead in the fifth on Tyler Rubino's home run, but DePaul tied it in the bottom half of the inning on a homer by Mike Sweeney. Wayne Hills took a 2-1 advantage in the sixth on a solo blast by Justin Ferrarella. Garrett Bell was the winning pitcher for DePaul (2-0).

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Baseball: DePaul 11, Kennedy 0

Sean Jones belted two home runs and a triple and knocked in six runs and George Monsen, Mike Lembo and John Scarr also homered for DePaul in Wayne. Mike Sweeney hurled four innings, allowing three hits, striking out seven and walking one for DePaul.

Baseball: Wayne Hills 7, Indian Hills 0

Junior right-hander Troy Zaffino pitched 5 1/3 innings allowing no runs, five hits, six strikeouts and two walks for Wayne Hills (1-0) in Oakland. Brian Dowling picked up the save. Andrew Monaghan ripped two triples, walked and scored twice, Chris Amato had two singles and two RBI and Tyler Rubino added a triple, a single and an RBI for Wayne Hills (1-0).