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Luca Bielski singles in the third to start the rally

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Jeremy Rubin singles to drive in a run

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Paul Liou scores the first run in the third

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Cooper Nissenbaum makes the first out of the final inning

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Jeremy Rubin scores on a single by Jared Asch in the third

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Jeremy Rubin mid-rally.

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A 5-3 putout in the fifth

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Luca Bielski calls the game

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Excitement builds in an expectant dugout

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Max Mah patrols second base

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Cooper Nissenbaum scores on a hit by Owen Potter

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Jared Asch throws the final pitch of the shutout

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Cooper Nissenbaum and injured warrior Sam Levine lead the pre-game ritual

[Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

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.

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.

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Owen Potter doubles in the third to score Henry Carver

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Henry Carver after scoring in the second

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Ben Zenker at the plate

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Anxiety in the dugout as a close game winds down

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Matthew Deutsch pitches in relief

[Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

The Peglegs dropped another one to John Bowne HS in 8 innings. We had decent pitching and hitting but 5 errors killed us in the field. The Peglegs are now 5-5 in league play and will face off against Beacon tomorrow at Pier 40 and 4:15pm.

[Adapted from GameChanger]

It came down to the last play, but Stuyvesant was on the wrong end of a 10-9 defeat to John Bowne on Tuesday. The game was tied at nine with John Bowne batting in the bottom of the eighth when Moquete doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run.

Stuyvesant collected 11 hits and John Bowne had 14 in the high-scoring affair. Stuyvesant took an early lead in the second inning. Malcolm Hubbell drew a walk, scoring one run.

Stuyvesant notched four runs in the second inning. The offensive firepower by Stuyvesant was led by Jeremy Rubin and Jared Asch, all knocking in runs in the inning. John Bowne struck back with three runs in the bottom of the inning. The offensive firepower by John Bowne hs was led by Rondon and Rivas, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

In the bottom of the seventh inning, John Bowne tied things up at nine. Bowne scored two runs when Perez doubled.

Hubbell took the loss for Stuyvesant. He allowed four hits and three runs over one inning, striking out three. Owen Potter started the game for Stuyvesant. He went five innings, allowing six runs on nine hits and striking out five, Stuyvesant tallied 11 hits. Potter, Rubin, Asch, and Max Mah all had multiple hits.

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[Facebook–Coach Carlesi] The Peglegs dropped another one today to HS for Construction 8-3. We were never really in this game. The pitcher kept us off balance and we did not adjust. This has been an ongoing problem the last 3 games.
Nothing went well for us today. Our pitching and bats failed us today. We are a lot better than our record but we need to start showing some baseball knowledge in the second half of our season. Our record is now 5-4.

[Adapted from GanmeChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity fell behind early and couldn’t come back in an 8-3 loss to HS of Construction on Thursday. HS of Construction scored on a double by Thomas and a triple by Yournet in the second inning.

HS of Construction got things started in the second inning when Thomas doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring three runs.

Caprio was the winning pitcher for HS of Construction. He lasted six and a third innings, allowing six hits and three runs while striking out five. Aybar threw two-thirds of an inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Owen Potter took the loss for Stuyvesant . He went three innings, allowing seven runs on four hits and striking out four.

Max Mah, Paul Liou, Cooper Nissenbaum, Jared Asch, Malcolm Hubbell, and Potter each collected one hit to lead Stuyvesant. The Peglegs were sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Luca Bielski made the most plays with 13.

HS of Construction racked up seven hits in the game. Thomas and Gomez each had multiple hits for HS of Construction. HS of Construction didn’t commit a single error in the field. Kelly had six chances in the field, the most on the team.

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[Coach Carlesi–Facebook]

The Peglegs dropped their 3rd game yesterday 7-5. Cardozo is one of the best teams in the city and we came one hit away from beating them. Again, the big hit still eludes us. We left 11 men on base and again did not get an extra base hit.

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant stayed in it until the end, but Benjamin Cardozo pulled away late in a 7-5 victory on Tuesday. The game was tied at five with Cardozo batting in the top of the seventh when Pena homered on a 2-0 count, scoring two runs.

Stuyvesant lost despite out-hitting Cardozo ten to eight.

In the first inning, Cardozo got their offense started. Angeles singled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run.

The Peglegs knotted the game up at five in the bottom of the sixth inning. Stuyvesant scored two runs when Malcolm Hubbell doubled.

Hart toed the rubber for Cardozo. He allowed six hits and two runs over five innings, striking out nine.

Jared Asch was on the hill for Stuyvesant . He surrendered five runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out five and walking one. Jeremy Rubin and Matthew Deutsch entered the game as relief, throwing one inning each.

Stuyvesant ad ten hits in the game. Rubin, Hubbell, Asch, and Franklin Liou each racked up multiple hits.

Benjamin Cardozo racked up eight hits in the game. Angeles, Peguero, Zavala, and Pena each had multiple hits.

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Malcolm Hubbell barrels up on the ball

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Cooper Nissenbaum with the leaping catch on a throwdown to second

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Coaches Carlesi and Hahn consider comeback strategies

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Franklin Liou singles in the 6th

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Matthew Deutsch on in relief

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Cooper Nissenbaum singles in the 2nd inning

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Coach Hahn takes in the action

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An anxious dugout hopes for a comeback

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Max Mah singles in the 6th to drive in a run

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Leo Greenleaf scoring in the 7th.

[Facebook–Coach Carlesi] So today the Peglegs dropped their 2nd league game today to Bayside HS 8-5. We had many miscues but the biggest one is that we left 13 on base. We also walked 10 times but we could not get the big hit. Our pitching was good but our defense gave up 3 unearned runs.
Hopefully, we come back learning from our mistakes next week.

[Adapted from GameChanger] Recap-
Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity fell behind early and couldn’t come back in an 8-5 loss to Bayside on Thursday.

In the first inning, Bayside got their offense started when Cabrera tripled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

Stuyvesant tallied three runs in the seventh inning. Pegleg batters contributing to the big inning included Max Mah and Malcolm Hubbell, all driving in runs in the inning.

Bayside scored four runs in the seventh inning. Winter and Bhola powered the big inning with RBIs.

Decastro led things off on the mound for Bayside. He surrendered two runs on seven hits over six innings, striking out four.

Hubbell was on the mound for Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity. He lasted four innings, allowing six hits and four runs while striking out two. Matthew Deutsch threw three innings out of the bullpen.

Hubbell went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity in hits.

Flug led Bayside with two hits in four at bats. Bayside was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Cabrera had the most chances in the field with six.

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Rallying the troops pre-game

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Owen Potter slicing and dicing the Spartan lineup.

[Facebook–Coach Carlesi]

Today the Peglegs played their best game of the season with a 12-2 win over John Adams HS. Owen Potter threw a complete game 4 hitter. Multiple hits by many and good around baseball played by many.
I will post the recap.
We are now 5-1 in league play.

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity easily dispatched John Adams 12-2 on Tuesday

Stuyvesant got on the board in the first inning when Jeremy Rubin singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

Stuyvesant put up five runs in the seventh inning. Pegleg batters contributing to the big inning included Max Mah, Malcolm Hubbell, Rubin, and Jared Asch, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Owen Potter was on the mound for Stuyvesant . He allowed four hits and two runs over seven innings, striking out 12 and walking one.

Espinal-Rodgruez was on the pitcher’s mound for John Adams. He surrendered five runs on seven hits over four and a third innings, striking out one. Martinez and Contreras entered the game from the bullpen, throwing one and two-thirds innings and one inning respectively.

Stuyvesant saw the ball well today, racking up 14 hits in the game. Hubbell, Rubin, Asch, Luca Bielski, and Mah each had multiple hits for Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity. Hubbell led Stuyvesant with three hits in five at bats.

Martinez went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead John Adams in hits.

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[Facebook–Coach Nardiello] Our JV Peglegs hosted Randolph HS at PG2 in a game that felt like 3 mini-games (and all 3 were interesting). First we were up 7-0 and were all over them in the first few innings, paced by a Jonathan Lee home run & Ethan Kirschner’s dealing 9Ks over 3.1 IP. Then they began make plays, we stopped scoring, and starting walking them as they scored 6 in the 4th inning (to draw the score to 7-6). Ben Harwayne ultimately put the fire out, and we came back with a 9-run inning with Christopher Liu clearing the bases with a triple… and a walk-off Mercy win (as the rain came down on us). We came home with a ton of muddy everything, after scurrying in the rain to pack our gear, and a clean 16-6 win

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Jared Asch toes the rubber against Francis Lewis.

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Jeremy Rubin and Cooper Nissenbaum at the ready

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Jared Asch singles in the first, driving in a run

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Max Mah leading off first after one of his three hits on the day,

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Leo Greenleaf, taking the lead off first

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Franklin Liou at first, after drawing a walk in the first inning

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Jeremy Rubin ropes a single, one of his three hits in the game

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Owen Potter prowling right field

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Sam Levine steals second

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The dugout as a close game becomes a nail-biter

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Eli Thompson makes the catch in center

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Malcolm Hubbell on in relief

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"Gentlemen, you may exhale." Coach presides over a relieved post-game conference.

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Fist bumps

[Facebook: Coach Carlesi]

Congrats to the Peglegs on their win over Francis Lewis HS 5-4. The Peglegs are now 4-1 in division play. The action continues tomorrow against John Adams HS in Queens.
The boys never let up in this one with good pitching from Jared Asch and closed out by Malcolm Hubbell. Jared also had 3 hits on the day and so did Max Mah. Jeremy Rubin came up big with some key hits and a great play at 3rd.
Let’s go boys!!!

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Game Recap-

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity snatched the lead late in the game in a 5-4 victory over Francis Lewis high school on Monday. The game was tied at four with Stuyvesant batting in the top of the seventh when Jeremy Rubin drew a walk, scoring one run.

Stuyvesant got on the board in the first inning when Jared Asch singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.

Asch led things off on the hill for Stuyvesant. He surrendered two runs on four hits over five innings, striking out six and walking zero.

Jefremow was on the mound for Francis Lewis. He lasted six innings, allowing ten hits and four runs while striking out two. Mak and Ramnarayan entered the game from the bullpen, throwing two-thirds of an inning and one-third of an inning respectively.

Stuyvesant collected ten hits on the day. Rubin, Asch, and Max Mah all managed multiple hits. Stuyvesant tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Sam Levine led the way with two.

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[From Coach Nardiello]

On Opening Day today, our JV Peglegs destroyed rival George Washington HS, 14-3 and it was so lopsided that GW’s coach asked if we could end the game, early. Our attack included 9 hits and 9 BBs, led by Jonathan Lee 2-2, 2 R, 2 rbi, BB and Julian Singer 2-2 R, rbi, BB and Matt Melucci 2-3 2 R and Julian Cunningham 1-1, 3 R, RBI, 2 BB. We were sloppy in the field for starter Jordan Gray.. which led to 3 unearned runs, and GW staked to a 3-0 lead. But Jordan tossed a No-Hitter the rest of the way – and our defense solidified, particularly Ben Harwayne and Christopher Liu. Can you believe it? Stuyvesant crushed GW, and might have just won the Manh Div on Opening Day?

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Daniel Kim fires up the squad

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Pregame ritual: Malcolm Hubbell recites the starting lineup.

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Jeremy Rubin scores in the first on a double from Jared Asch

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Mound meeting

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Pickoff attempt

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Luca Bielski in a close play at the plate

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Cooper Nissenbaum making the play at short

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Malcolm Hubbell dealing against W50.

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Cooper Nissenbaum connecting in the third to drive in a run

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Henry Carver framing

[From Facebook. Coach Carlesi] Today the Peglegs dropped their first league game to West 50th Street Campus. Bad base running, many physical and mental errors in the field and only 1 hit from batters 6-9 was the recipe for the loss.
On a brighter note, we had good pitching from Malcolm Hubbell, we had 9 stolen bases and a great bunt by Daniel Kim.

[Adapted from GameChanger] Stuyvesant fell to West 50th Street 7-5 on Wednesday on the final play of the game. West 50th Street was down 5-4 in the bottom of the seventh inning when JC Juarez homered on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring three runs.

Stuyvesant got things moving in the first inning. Jared Asch drove in two when he doubled.

F Santos toed the rubber for West 50th Street. He surrendered five runs on five hits over five innings, striking out five and walking zero.

Malcolm Hubbell was on the hill for Stuyvesant. He surrendered four runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out four. Matthew Deutsch and Jeremy Rubin entered the game from the bullpen, throwing one inning and one-third of an inning respectively.

Asch led Stuyvesant with two hits in three at bats. Hubbell led Stuyvesant with five stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with nine stolen bases.

West 50th Street tallied nine hits. J Maldonado, Juarez, and Santos each collected multiple hits for West 50th Street. West 50th Street didn’t commit a single error in the field. Juarez had eight chances in the field, the most on the team