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Stuy continued their hot streak on Wednesday afternoon behind a shutout by Sam Levine in a 6-0 victory over the Newtown Pioneers.

The Peglegs made their presence felt early in a four run first inning that saw them plate four runs before they made their first out thanks to hits by Jeremy Lee, Ethan Kirscher and Levine. That turned out to be all Stuy needed to beat the Pioneers.

Levine through a fourth straight complete game, going five innings allowing three hits and striking out 11.

Kirschner, Adam Lucey and Paul Liou each had long doubles to help Stuy to victory.

This win brings the Peglegs to 9-2 on the season with a rematch with Newtown Thursday afternoon on the road.

Game Notes

  • Every Stuy started reached base at least once
  • Levine started that game striking out seven of the first eight batters faced
  • Stuy’s fielding was flawless, with no errors on the day
  • The Peglegs stole six bases
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They Peglegs stayed hot on Thursday, dispatching the Wildcats in an easy 11-1 victory. Starting pitcher Paul Liou had his best outing of the year, going five innings and allowing one run on one hit, with nine K’s.

Ethan Kirschner would come in to close out the game, shutting the door in the sixth inning.

At the plate, Stuy was led by two hits apiece by Axel Reiss, Julian Duran and Sam Levine. Reiss had a first inning triple and three RBI on the day. The Peglegs were errorless in the field. On the bases, they ran at will, swiping seven bases on the day. Levine, Jeremy Lee and Jared Virasami had two each.

The Peglegs are now 8-2 in a very competitive AAA Western division.

Game Notes

  • Reiss has a seven game hitting streak, the team’s longest this season
  • Liou has allowed just two earned runs in eleven innings over three starts
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In one of the best games of the season, Stuy’s JV battled James Monroe’s JV to a 9-inning, 4 – 4 tie!

With 2 outs and the score knotted at 4 in the bottom of the 6th, Stuy moved runners to 2nd and 3rd on a wild pitch.  Sophomore, co-captain, Charles Merkel came to the plate and scorched a one hopper in the direction of the Monroe shortstop who stabbed the ball.  His throw to 1st base was low, but the Monroe 1st baseman picked it cleanly to beat Merkel by a couple steps.

Between innings, John Carrick, Monroe’s JV coach, described the exchange as the best fielding play he’s seen any team make this season.  What would likely have resulted in a tie-breaking, 2-run single went down in the book as nothing more than a 6-3 ground out.

Two innings later, with the score still tied at 4 – 4 in the bottom of the 8th, Freshman Andrew Choi singled to left field, then promptly stole 2nd base.  Two batters later, with 2 outs, Sophomore Adrian Veto came to the plate with Choi in scoring position.  Veto drove a ball deep to center field, but the Monroe outfielder made a great play to snuff out Stuy’s second potential walk-off hit of the game.

Freshman Victor Kamrowski took the hill for Stuy to start the game, striking out 5 batters in just 2 innings of work.  He was followed on the mound by Merkel who had the best outing of his career, throwing 7 complete innings, giving up just 3 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 10 batters.

After tying the game in the top of the 6th, Monroe didn’t really threaten in the final 3 innings, with one notable exception.

In the top of the 9th inning, a Monroe hitter blasted a tower shot to right field, forcing Freshman Christopher Louie to track back into the middle of a Downtown United Soccer Club practice which was in full swing on the adjacent field.  Louie remained remarkably composed as he circled behind one of the soccer nets positioned in deep right field, avoiding the soccer players around him.  As the ball fell, he reached up, but lost his balance and one shoe, falling to the turf.  Gathering himself, the Freshman stood up and showed the ball sitting firmly in his glove.  At which point the Stuy faithful on the field, on the bench and in the bleachers erupted in amazement!

Every boy on both teams played multiple innings and had at least one at bat.  It was a sensational afternoon for all, and both teams eagerly await what promises to be a fantastic rematch in the Bronx on Saturday, May 21st.

Andrew: 2-3 with 1 run scored, 1 hit by pitch, 1 stolen base, and 1 strike out

Charles: 0-4 with 1 strike out
Mantas: 2-3 with 1 run scored, 1 triple, 1 walk, 2 RBI, and 1 strike out
Adrian: 0-3 with 1 hit by pitch and 1 RBI
Lucas: 0-1 with 1 run scored and 1 hit by pitch
Jason: 0-1 with 1 strike out
Jasper: 0-2 with 1 strikeout
Alex: 0-1 with 1 strike out
Christopher: 0-2 with 1 strike out
Kenny: 0-1 with 1 walk
William: 0-1 with 1 strikeout
Kerick: 0-2 with 1 strikeout
Victor: 0-3 with 1 run scored, 1 hit by pitch and 1 strikeout
Donghyun: 0-2 with 2 strikeouts

Pitching Lines
Victor: IP-2.0, H-2, R-1, ER-0, BB-2, K-5, #P-40

Charles: IP-7.0, H-3, R-3, ER-3, BB-0, HB-3, K-10, #P-82
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Stuyvesant got back on track Tuesday afternoon with a 4-2 victory over the Construction Red Hawks. Axel Reiss led the offense with two long doubles and Adam Lucey had two rbi. Sam Levine dominated on the mound again, throwing his third straight complete game. Levine threw seven innings, allowed four hits and didn’t walk a single batter while striking out a season high fifteen.

The Peglegs are 7-2 and trail only the 7-0 Richmond Hill Lions. However, the Lions have only played one team with a winning record and still have four games remaining with Stuy and Beacon.

Game Notes

  • Lucey and Peter Carini have hits in four of the last five games
  • Reiss and Paul Liou have six game hitting streaks
  • Levine’s fifteen strikeouts were the most since Nolan Becker’s eighteen in 2007
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The JV Peglegs used 6 pitchers over 6 innings for a 76 pitch no hitter.
In addition to the great pitching, the fielding was spot on while hitting continues to improve.
Andrew: 0-0 with 2 runs scored, 2 walks, and 1 stolen base
Charles: 3-3 with 1 run scored and 2 RBI
Mantas: 1-3 with 2 runs scored
Adrian: 2-3 with 1 run scored, 1 double, 3 RBI, and 1 strikeout
Lucas: 0-2 with 1 strikeout
Jason: 0-1 with 1 sacrifice fly and 1 RBI
Jasper: 1-3 with 1 run scored, 1 sacrifice fly, 2 RBI, and 1 strikeout
Alex: 0-0 with 1 walk
Christopher: 0-0 with 1 run scored, 1 stolen base, and 2 walks
Kenny: 0-2
William: 0-1 with 1 strikeout
Kerick: 0-1 with 1 walk, 1 stolen base, and 1 strikeout
Victor: 0-1 with 1 run scored, 2 walks, and 1 strikeout
Donghyun: 0-2 with a run scored, 1 walk, and 1 strikeout
Pitching Lines
Victor: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, 3-K, #P-13
Jasper: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, #P-12
William: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, 3-K, #P-11
Christopher: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, 1-K, #P-14
Jason: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, 3-K, #P-16
Mantas: IP-1.0, R-0, ER-0, 2-K, #P-10
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Stuyvesant’s four game winning streak came to an inglorious end on Thursday with a 17-7 loss to Bayside. Bayside put up eight runs in the first inning, including a grand slam, and never looked back, controlling the game from start to finish.

Nothing was working for the Peglegs – five pitchers combined to allow fifteen hits, five walks and four hit batters. At the plate, while Stuy managed ten hits, they were 3-18 with runners in scoring position. In the field, they made a season high five errors.

Even with this defeat, Stuy is 6-2 and remains in first place with a three game week ahead of them.

Game Notes

  • Axel Riess hit his first HR in a PSAL game
  • Julian Duran led the team with three hits
  • Jeremy Lee had two hits and two stolen basss
  • Sam Levine had two RBI and two runs scored
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Stuyvesant overwhelmed Cardozo tonight, sending a message to PSAL that these Peglegs are for real. Behind thirteen hits and ten walks and a second straight complete game by Sam Levine, Stuyvesant went home with a 17-4 victory and sole possession of first place in the AAA Western division.

At the plate, every Stuy starter reached base at least once. Jeremy Lee had three hits and three rbi. He now has six hits in his last three games. Levine also contributed three hits and five rbi. Paul Liou had two hits and two runs scored.

After the second inning, the game was never in doubt. Cardozo used six pitchers in six innings to try to keep Peglegs off the bases but just couldn’t do it.

Game Notes

  • Levine went six innings, striking out five while walking just one. He allowed five hits and two earned runs for his fourth win of the season.
  • Peter Carini and Axel Riess stayed hot, contributing one hit each. Carini had a double and two rbi.
  • Cameron Nelson and Jesse Wang had their first hits of the PSAL season, each with run scoring singles

A tough Bayside team awaits the Peglegs on Thursday.

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Yesterday the Stuy Peglegs JV Team defeated the JV team from George Washington High School 3-0 behind one of the most dominant pitching performances in many years.

Mantas Kempinas, a 15 year old sophomore, held the Trojans to 1 hit and 1 walk while striking out 15. Catcher Adrian Veto called a very smart game and it is clear this battery works quite well together.
Offensively, the Peglegs only struck out 3 times and if not for some nifty defense by the Trojans, the score would have been even higher.
Defensively, there were not that many chances for our boys but when the ball was put in play our Peglegs played error free baseball.
Later in the season we will play the Trojans again but at their ballpark. We can be sure that the school that spawned HOF Rod Carew and Manny Ramirez not to mention dozens of college and Minor League players will have that game circled on their calendar. It’s already circled on ours.
Game Notes
  • Mantas Kempinas went 7 innings, striking out fifteen while walking just one.  He allowed just one hit.
  • Adrian Veto, Lucas McGarvey, and Mantas Kempinas each contributed one hit.
  • Adrian Veto and Lucas McGarvey each chalked up an RBI.
  • The Peglegs stole 7 bases; Adrian Veto and Lucas McGarvey with two each, Charles Merkel, Christopher Louie, and Mantas Kempinas with one each.
  • There were 4 walks for the Peglegs; Adrian Veto, Andrew Choi, Charles Merkel, Charlie Winer with one each.