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Stuyvesant’s Rack Up Hits in Victory Over New Dorp

The Peglegs jumped out to the lead in the bottom of the second inning after Charlie Winer singled, scoring one run, Andrew Choi singled, scoring one run, Mantas Kempinas, singled scoring one run, and Virasami hit a home run, scoring three runs.

Stuyvesant added to their early lead in the bottom of the third inning when Kempinas walked, Virasami singled, and Jacob Mui singled, each scoring one run.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Peglegs added 6 more runs on 4 hits. Axel Riess doubled scoring two runs, Kenny Harkin singled, scoring one run, and Tazio Honda singled, scoring one run.

Kempinas earned the win for Stuy.  He allowed three hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out six and walking one.

Next up for Stuyvesant is a game at Curtis on Friday.

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JV Peglegs Fall to JV James Monroe Eagles After Surrendering Big Third Inning

The Eagles defeated the Peglegs 9-1 thanks in part to five runs in the third inning.
William Farmer and Nicolas Marchese each collected one hit for the Peglegs.

 

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Stuyvesant Secures Win Against Scholar’s Academy

The Peglegs ousted Scholar’s Academy 4-1 on Monday.

Jasper Yu-Davidowicz started on the bump for Stuyvesant. He allowed three hits and one run (zero earned) over 3 2/3 innings, striking out five and walking three.
Jared Virasami closed the game allowing zero runs and only two hits over three and one-third innings.

The Peglegs broke the game open in the top of the seventh, when Axel Riess homered to center field scoring two runs, followed by a triple by Virasami to extend the lead to 4-1.

With this win, the Peglegs are now 4-1 on the season.

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Peglegs Mercy Van Arsdale on Riess’s Clutch Hitting.

Axel Riess drove in six runs in Stuyvesant’s 11-1 victory over Harry Van Arsdale at the Pier Thursday.
Axel doubled, homered and walked on the day.
Mantas Kempinas had another stellar day on the mound throwing a complete game 4 hitter. Mantas struck out 12 and walked 0.
Jared Virasami also had a great day at the plate with 4 RBI’s and driving in the the mercy walkoff runs with a 3 run triple in the bottom of the 6th.
The Peglegs are now 3-1 on the season and have 3 games next week before the holiday vacation.

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Peglegs Lose to Brooklyn Tech Ugly 3 Hour Game.

Both teams offensively were strong collecting a combined 20 hits in a shortened game due to lack of daylight.
The Peglegs jumped out to score 6 runs in the first but that wasn’t enough as the Engineers came back to tie the game and eventually pull ahead by 6 runs. The Peglegs then came back and tied the game in late innings. The Engineer’s finally went ahead in the bottom on the 6th and the game was called on the account of darkness.
The Pegleg pitchers surrendered 11 hits on the day to Tech’s pitchers giving up 9.
Tech hit 9 Stuy hitters and walked 6. Stuy pitchers walked 8 and hit 3 Engineers.
Errors did in the Peglegs late in the with 6 to Btech’s 2 errors.
Stuy errors cost 7 unearned runs against our pitches.
Between both teams the pitchers threw 301 pitches, Stuy had 3 pitchers throw to Tech’s 6 arms.
Not a pretty one.
The Peglegs are now 2-1 one on the season.

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The Peglegs came from behind to top Brooklyn Tech at the Pier.
Mantas Kempinas went 4 innings giving up 2 runs and surrendering 5 walks and 3 strike outs but minimized the damage by getting out of a few tough innings.
Jared Virasami came in relief and was perfect, giving up just one hit in 3 innings while striking out 7 and walking no one.
Andrew Choi had the big hit on the day clearing the bases in the 4th inning with a 3 run double down the right field line.
Adrian Veto had a triple and RBI with Jacob Mui and Axel Riess with singles.
Defense was almost perfect with only one error that didn’t hurt us.
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Mantas Kempinas Carries Stuyvesant to Victory in Home Opener

Mantas Kempinas was dominant on the bump as the righty rang up 12 strikeouts in the 7-2 victory over Scholars Academy.
Kempinas allowed one hit and two runs over five innings while walking one.  Jared Virasami followed that up with two innings of shut out ball.
Andrew Choi, Alex Fertman, Mantas, Axel Riess, Adrian Veto, and Charlie Winer each chalked up one hit on the day, with big hits coming from Riess (3b), Veto and Winer (2b).

The Peglegs play next on Saturday vs. Newton.