Tue. May 14 2019 at Pier 40 Newtown (2) vs. Hitmen (4) May 14, 2019 123456789RHE Pioneers 0001100251 Peglegs 001210x451 #1 of 19 Post-game receiving line #2 of 19 Leo Greenleaf scores the first run of the game in the third #3 of 19 Ben Zenker catches a fly for the first out in the fifth #4 of 19 Max Mah makes the play in the third #5 of 19 Cooper Nissenbaum with the 6-3 putout in the second inning #6 of 19 Jared Asch takes the throw-over at first #7 of 19 Masa Mizuno and Eli Thompson #8 of 19 Jeremy Rubin with a putout in the 5th #9 of 19 Cooper Nissenbaum singles in the fourth #10 of 19 Malcolm pitches into the sixth #11 of 19 Pegleg alumni Ronin Berzins and Simon Carmody stop by #12 of 19 Final play of the game, 3-1 putout #13 of 19 Malcolm Hubbell dealing #14 of 19 Eli Thompson leading off third #15 of 19 Max Mah with HBP RBI in the fourth #16 of 19 Meeting at the mound: Coach Jimmy Wendt, catcher Luca Bielski, pitcher Malcolm Hubbell #17 of 19 Malcolm Hubbell and Jared Asch between innings #18 of 19 Jared Asch takes charge in relief #19 of 19 Jeremy Rubin at the plate #1 of 6 Malcolm Hubbell on the mound #2 of 6 Close play at second #3 of 6 Jeremy Rubin with the scoop for the 5-3 putout #4 of 6 The Game Saver: Paul Liou does his best Onderdonk impersonation in center field #5 of 6 Game over. You may now exhale. #6 of 6 G'game...g'game...g'game... [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. Stuyvesant totaled five hits. Cooper Nissenbaum and Bielski each racked up multiple hits.