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From Coach Carlesi

May 22, 2019

Today’s the day boys!! Leave it all on the field!! 100% effort! T

From Coach Nardiello

May 19, 2019

JV also has a Home and Home “subway” series vs Bard Monday at Pier40 (away) Tuesday at Parade Grounds 2 (home)

  1. Peglegs (0) vs. Newtown (5)

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    [Coach Carlesi – Facebook] Yesterday, the Peglegs closed out the regular season with a 5-0 loss to Newtown HS. Jared Asch and Matt Deutsch held Newtown to only 3 hits but our defense didn’t hold up. We committed 4 errors which led to 5 unearned runs. The Peglegs also only managed 3 hits with a double from Malcolm Hubbell and singles by Luca Bielski and Cooper Nissenbaum.
    We put the bat on the ball this time but only to hit right at their defense.
    The Peglegs finish 7-9 in the regular season which I know was disappointing for the coaches and the team.
    The bright side is that we are headed to the playoffs again and anything can happen there. Remember, everyone’s record is 0-0 come Wednesday.
    I want to thank the seniors for all there hard work over the years, you guys are are the hardest working team in all of Stuy and probably the league. Coach Hahn and I are so honored to have coached you over the years. Now let’s make some noise on Wednesday!!
    Seeding comes out sometime on Sunday, let’s hope we get a good spot!!
    The Coaches

    [Adapter from Game Changer] Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Loses Lead Early In Defeat
    Stuyvesant fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 5-0 loss to Newtown on Thursday. Newtown took the lead on a fielder’s choice in the first inning.
    Newtown opened up scoring when Jared Asch induced Jackson Peña to hit into a fielder’s choice, but one run scored.
    A double by Malcolm Hubbell in the fourth inning was a positive for the Peglegs.
    Eddy Martinez led things off on the hill for Newtown. He surrendered zero runs on three hits over seven innings, striking out five.
    Asch started the game for Stuyvesant and surrendered five runs on three hits over five innings, striking out five. Matthew Deutsch threw one inning in relief.
    Luca Bielski, Cooper Nissenbaum, and Hubbell each collected one hit to lead the Peglegs.
    Newtown was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Elvis Nunez made the most plays with six.

  2. Newtown (2) vs. Peglegs (4)

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    Max Mah makes the play in the third
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    Jeremy Rubin with a putout in the 5th
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    Cooper Nissenbaum singles in the fourth
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    Game over. You may now exhale.
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    [Coach Carlesi Facebook]

    Today the Peglegs pulled one game closer to .500 with a huge win over Newtown H.S. final score 4-2.
    Malcolm Hubbell pitched a great game and lasted 6 innings.
    Great at bats and timely hitting pushed the 4 runs a crossed the plate.
    We are 7-8 in league play.

    [Adapted from GameChanger]

    Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity beat Newtown 4-2 on Wednesday.

    After Newtown scored one run in the top of the fifth, Stuyvesant answered with one of their own. Newtown scored when Luis Reyes singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run. The Peglegs then answered when Luca Bielski singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

    Stuyvesant pulled away for good with two runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Bielski drew a walk, scoring one run and Max Mah was hit by a pitch, driving in a run.

    Malcolm Hubbell was the winning pitcher for Stuyvesant. He lasted six innings, allowing four hits and two runs while striking out three. Jared Asch threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen. Asch recorded the last three outs to earn the save.

    Injae Jung took the loss for Newtown. He lasted six innings, allowing five hits and four runs while striking out three.

    Stuyvesant totaled five hits. Cooper Nissenbaum and Bielski each racked up multiple hits.

  3. Beacon (4) vs. Peglegs (1)

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    [Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

    Another game for the Peglegs and another loss. The Peglegs are now 6-8 in league play. Jeremy Rubin was strong against our rival Beacon HS striking out 6 and giving up only 3 earned runs in a complete game.
    The Peglegs could only muster 3 hits on the day and left 7 on base.
    Once again the lack of the big hit with runs in scoring position has been a killer this year.
    Final score 4-1.
    Just been a really tough year.

    [Adapted from GameCHanger]

    Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Outdone By Beacon, 4-1
    In the first inning, Beacon got their offense started when Jenkins doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
    Stuyvesant evened things up at one in the bottom of the first inning when Franklin Liou singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run.
    Beacon pulled away for good with one run in the third inning. In the third an error scored one run for Beacon.
    Sorel was the winning pitcher for Beacon. He surrendered one run on three hits over four and two-thirds innings, striking out five. Jenkins threw two and a third innings in relief out of the bullpen.
    Jeremy Rubin took the loss for Stuyvesant. He lasted seven innings, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out five.
    Liou, Jared Asch, and Malcolm Hubbell all had one hit to lead Stuyvesant.
    Jenkins went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Beacon in hits. Beacon didn’t commit a single error in the field. Hulburt had 11 chances in the field, the most on the team.

  4. Franklin K. Lane (7) vs. Peglegs (3)

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    [Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

    Once again the Peglegs dropped another one to Franklin Lane HS at the pier yesterday 7-3. Again, the lack of the big hit hurt us. Our on base percentage was .425 but our BA for the game was .136. Lane gave us 12 free bases but we couldn’t score. Malcolm Hubbell Matt Deutch threw well but you can’t win ball games if you can’t hit.

    [Adapted from GameChanger]

    Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Fall Short To Franklin K. Lane , 7-3

    Franklin K. Lane took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Tavarez doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run and Garces- Ramirez singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.
    Diaz pitched Franklin K. Lane to victory. He lasted five innings, allowing one hit and three runs while striking out two. Polanco threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.
    Malcolm Hubbell took the loss for Stuyvesant. He surrendered six runs on six hits over five and two-thirds innings, striking out six.

    Cooper Nissenbaum, Hubbell, and Owen Potter each managed one hit to lead Stuyvesant. The Peglegs stole 12 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Hubbell led the way with four.
    Franklin K. Lane totaled eight hits. Tavarez and Garces- Ramirez each managed multiple hits for Franklin K. Lane . Franklin K. Lane was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Tavarez made the most plays with nine.

  5. Peglegs (3) vs. Franklin K. Lane (7)

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    [Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

    The Peglegs dropped a tough one today to Franklin Lane HS, 7-3. Lack of solid hitting and terrible fielding gave the game to them. 4 errors in 2 innings really hurt us early and we couldn’t recover. Once again our OBP was through the roof but the inability to get the big hit is still there. We were given 11 free bases but struck out 13 time. Jeremy Rubin kept us in the game in relief throwing 3.2 innings with 6 strikeouts and 2 hits and 1 run.

    [Adapted from GameChanger]

    Early Lead For Franklin K. Lane Seals Fate For Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity
    Stuyvesant watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 7-3 loss to Franklin K. Lane on Tuesday. Franklin K. Lane scored on a double by Pichardo in the first inning, a single by Peralta in the first inning, and a groundout by Garces- Ramirez in the second inning.
    Stuyvesant opened up scoring in the first inning, when Franklin Liou drew a walk, scoring one run.

    Franklin K. Lane scored three runs in the second inning. Franklin K. Lane scored its runs on a groundout by Garces- Ramirez.
    Pichardo was the winning pitcher for Franklin K. Lane . He surrendered three runs on four hits over six innings, striking out ten. Garces- Ramirez and Diaz entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
    Owen Potter took the loss for Stuyvesant. He surrendered five runs on five hits over one and one-third innings, striking out one and walking one.
    Max Mah, Luca Bielski, Cooper Nissenbaum, Jared Asch, and Jeremy Rubin each managed one hit to lead the Peglegs.
    Abreu led Franklin K. Lane with two hits in three at bats. Franklin K. Lane was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Peralta had the most chances in the field with 15. Franklin K. Lane stole six bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Rivas led the way with three.

  6. JV Peglegs (24) vs. Louis Brandeis (1)

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    [Facebook–Coach Nardiello] Our JV Peglegs beat Brandeis 24-1 today, and it wasn’t even that close. Jordan Gray paced the team with a grand slam HR. Jeremy Lee had 3 hits and 4 RBI. Anthony Rivello had 2H in one inning, including an RBI double. Doubles hit soccer nets at Pier 40’s OF and could have been HRs – from Ethan Kirschner, Cameron Nelson, Christopher Liu, and Jeremy. Ethan Kirschner started and dominated – throwing a perfect game (6k’s) until taken out. Because of our long team at-bats, he was relieved by Ben Harwayne who K’d 3 — but con’t the combined No-Hitter. (Many on bench today, got 3 ABs.) Ben walked 4x in 5 plate appearances in the 9-hole. We could have broken-off 30 or 40 runs today, if we had wanted.

  7. Peglegs (3) vs. Beacon (0)

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    Luca Bielski singles in the third to start the rally
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    Jeremy Rubin scores on a single by Jared Asch in the third
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    A 5-3 putout in the fifth
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    Cooper Nissenbaum scores on a hit by Owen Potter
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    [Facebook–Coach Carlesi]

    The Peglegs got back in the winning column today with a huge upset against their division rivals Beacon HS 3-0.
    Jared Asch threw the game of his life today. He was stellar on the mound today striking out 6 and only walking 2 over 7 innings. Jeremy Rubin, Jared Asch and Owen Potter each had an RBI in the game. And having Sam Levine back on the bench after his terrible injury was the pick me up this team needed.
    This was a great win!!!
    Way to go boys!

    [Adapted from GameChanger]

    With Jared On The Mound, Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Shuts Out Beacon
    Jared Asch threw a gem on Friday for Stuyvesant, allowing no runs and besting Beacon by a score of 3-0
    The pitching was strong on both sides. Asch struck out six, while Moss sat down seven.

    One bright spot for Beacon was a single by Workman in the first inning.

    Asch was credited with the victory for Stuyvesant. He went seven innings, allowing no runs on three hits and striking out six.

    Moss took the loss for Beacon. He allowed five hits and three runs over seven innings, striking out seven.

    Luca Bielski, Asch, Malcolm Hubbell, Jeremy Rubin, and Owen Potter each collected one hit to lead Stuyvesant.

    Jenkins led Beacon with two hits in three at bats. Beacon was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Workman made the most plays with nine.