Coach Carlesi said: “The Peglegs did not commit an error today!! We pulled off a 6-3-5 double play on some great throws. Great job guys!!”
Both teams were strong on the pitcher’s mound on Monday, but Manhattan Center HS was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over the Peglegs. Paul Liou started the game for the Peglegs and recorded 18 outs, allowing four hits and one run while striking out seven. Liou also led the Peglegs with two hits in three at bats.
Coach Carlesi said, “I’ve been waiting to write this in 20 years. We beat George Washington yesterday by the score of 7-6 in a rain shortened game. The game went 6 innings so it was an official game. According to Coach Hahn it was the first time in close to 50 years that Stuyvesant has defeated GW.
The best quote came from Coach Hahn yesterday saying, ‘I can die now knowing we finally beat GW.’
Coach Carlesi said: “Though it was just a scrimmage, we had a good win today against Midwood HS. Final score 3-2. Great pitching by Iravan Bhattacharyya and Ethan Kirschner. Iravan went 5 strong innings giving up 1 unearned run, 2 walks and 7 strikeouts. Ethan Kirschner closed out the final 2 innings giving up 1 run, 2 walks striking out 4. Ethan struck out the side in the last inning after giving up a single with 2 base error. Finally we hit the big hit by Jeremy Lee with a 2 out double that scored 2. Adam Lucey threw out another 2 runners attempting to steal. Nice job boys!”
Coach Carlesi said of this nonleague PSAL game: “Today was a very heart warming return to Pier 40. After a 2 year absence, the Peglegs were victorious over the Lab school 6-1. Playing on the newly surfaced field was so surreal. The bounces were clean and I didn’t come home covered in turf. My wife was very happy.
Paul Liou threw 5 scoreless innings striking out 10. Sam Levine came in to close out the last two innings. Adam Lucey had another great day in the batter box as well as behind the plate. Adam went 2-2 and gunned down another two runners trying to steal. Jeremy Lee went 2-3, Iravan Bhattacharyya and Jordan Gray both had doubles. The Peglegs accumulated 9 hits today.”