Here's a look at Whaling City Baseball action from June 28-30.
Tuesday, June 28
DeBross Oil 8, Amaral’s Linguica 1: Reed LaPlante and Jaiden Hebert combined to limit Amaral’s to just a single hit — an Aiden Arunsi third inning RBI single. DeBross was led by Max Mutnansky’s three hits, LaPlante added two hits to the equation, and Gavin Pacheco chipped in with three hits and four RBIs to help the Oilers put another game in the win column.
T.S. Sports 14, N.B. Fire 0: Jacob Antonio scored twice, Donovan Libby had two hits, scored twice and was also the winning pitcher, he tossed a complete-game no-hitter to lead his team to the win.
McCann & Son’s 12, Tremblay Bus 0: Quentin Frias and Nick Frias combined on the mound to limit Tremblay Bus to one hit. Quentin Frias hit a first inning solo home run that would prove to be the game-winning hit. Ben Clough and Cayson Stupalski had two hits each for McCann & Son’s.
South Coast Towing 14, Kitchens & Baths 0: Kolin DaSilva was the winning pitcher, striking out 13 K & B hitters. Drew Alfaiate had two hits, Owen Tweedie knocked in three runs, Camdyn Messier, Brayden Douglas and Jose Martinez Jr. all had hits for the Tow Company.
Wednesday, June 29
Palace Pizza 4, Kitchens & Baths 2: Matteo Pacheco led the Palace attack with two hits, Liam Cubero knocked in two runs while Landon Florent and Sylas Jorge chipped in offensively to help lead the Pizza Crew to the win. Don Lopes Jr had the lone hit for K & B.
Table 8 Restaurant 17, N.B. Fire 5: Nico Tripp and Carter Bolarinho combined to lead Table 8 to the victory striking out 12 N.B. Fire hitters. Brayden Monaghan knocked in three runs for the Fire Department, but it would not be enough. Tripp ripped three doubles and drove in four runs while teammate Landon Cabral scored four times and knocked in three runs for Table 8.
A.C.G. 14, Tremblay Bus 4: Ryan Maclean ripped a triple and knocked in three RBIs, Ty Ross had two RBIs and Zach Aguiar doubled to lead A.C.G. to another win. Ross was credited with the win pitching the first three innings.
McCann & Son’s 8, LeBeau’s 4: In a battle of top-rated teams, McCann & Son’s came out on top in this much anticipated game. Jack Anderson had three hits, including a grand slam, Quentin Frias also homered and had three RBIs, and Cayson Stupalski doubled for McCann’s. Anderson was credited with the win. Lucas Greene and Ben Viera each had two RBI for LeBeau’s.
Thursday, June 30
South Coast Towing 17, Table 8 Restaurant 6: Kolin DaSilva had four hits and drove in four runs, Avery Viera ripped a double, Drew Alfaiate scored twice, while Owen Tweedie and Jose Martinez Jr. combined on the mound to lead South Coast to yet another win. Landon Cabral and Alex Garcia each scored twice for Table 8.
DeBross Oil 1, A.C.G. 1: Zach Aguiar, Ty Ross and Ryan Maclean combined to allow just one DeBross Oil hit off the bat of Jaiden Hebert. DeBross took an early lead when Reed LaPlante scored in the first inning, a lead that would hold up until the bottom of the sixth inning when Owen Rene would score on a sacrifice fly to tie the game. Landon Evangelho pitched well for DeBross, scattering three hits over seven innings .
T.S. Sports 6, LeBeau’s 1: Jacob Antonio scattered two hits in a complete-game effort. Antonio also scored three times, Jacob Rebello had two hits and three RBIs, Donovan Libby and Aiden DaSilva chipped in as well to lead T S Sports to the win. Ben Viera and Landen Madeira accounted for LeBeau’s hits.
Dave’s 11, Palace Pizza 1: Chayse Mello had three hits, two of which were home runs, Nathan Cook scored twice, Jeremiah Ramos drove in two runs and Joel Vazquez ripped a triple to lead Dave’s to a convincing victory. Matteo Pacheco had the lone hit for the Pizza Crew.
This article originally appeared on Standard-Times: A look at highlights from Whaling City Baseball from June 28-30