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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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[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

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Calling the roll

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The infield gets ready behind hurler Jared Asch

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Malcolm Hubbell scores the first run in the first inning

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Daniel Kim's triple scores three in the 3rd inning

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Cooper Nissenbaum scores on Daniel Kim's triple in the 3rd

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Daniel Kim at the plate

[Facebook–Coach Carlesi]

The Peglegs are now 3-0 in league play with another win today against West 50 Street Campus. The final score was 7-4. Great pitching by Jared Asch and timely hitting by Daniel Kim with a 3 run triple. Matthew Deutsch came in to get the save.
This was a nail biter but in the end the Peglegs did not fold under pressure. Congrats boys.

[Adapted from GameChanger] Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Beats West 50th Street

Jared Asch got the start for Stuyvesant. He lasted six innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out six.

The Peglegs had nine hits in the game. Jeremy Rubin and Cooper Nissenbaum each had multiple hits. Rubin led Stuyvesant with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with five stolen bases.

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Henry Carver gets the scoring started against Norman Thomas

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Owen Potter launches an RBI single in the third

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Max Mah scores on Potter's hit in the third

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Jared Asch drives in one of his four RBIs on the day

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Malcolm Hubbell on the mound against Norman Thomas

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Cooper Nissenbaum hits a triple in the 3rd, scoring three Peglegs

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Ian Sulley at the dish

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Sam Levine receives the throw on a stolen base attempt

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Masa Mizuno lines up at short

[Coach Carlesi – Facebook]

Congrats to the Peglegs on their second league win over Norman Thomas 14-1. Great pitching by Malcolm Hubbell and Matt Deutsch. Big hits from Cooper Nissenbaum and Jared Asch.

Tomorrow the Peglegs take on our division rivals West 50th Street Campus. Game time at the Pier will be 4:15pm
Let’s go boys!!!

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Claims Victory Over Norman Thomas In Blow-Out Fashion, 14-1
Stuyvesant had all cylinders firing on offense on Wednesday, winning big over Norman Thomas 14-1. The Peglegs got things started in the first inning. Jeremy Rubin drew a walk, scoring one run.
They put up five runs in the third inning. Stuyvesant’s offense in the inning was led by Owen Potter, Jared Asch, and Cooper Nissenbaum, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Malcolm Hubbell toed the rubber for Stuyvesant. He went three and two-thirds innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out six.

Stuyvesant totaled 11 hits in the game. Potter, Asch, Nissenbaum, and Luca Bielski all managed multiple hits. Stuyvesant didn’t commit a single error in the field. Bielski had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.

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Jared Asch takes charge against Norman Thomas

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Luca Bielski making the relay to second

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Malcolm Hubbell holding the runner close

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Ben Zenker advances to third on a wild pitch

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Jeremy Rubin on in relief

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Matthew Deutsch fires up the squad

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Jeremy Rubin singles in the first

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Cooper Nissenbaum at the dish.

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Clement Chan scores on a single by Jared Asch.

[Coach Carlesi – Facebook]

Congrats to the Peglegs on their opening day win over Norman Thomas HS. Jared Asch and Jeremy Rubin combined for a 3 hit shutout. Jared also added 2 hits and the Peglegs walked 10 times and stole 10 bases. We return Wednesday to Pier 40 to faceoff against Norman Thomas again.

Let’s go boys!!!

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Two Pitchers Team Up As Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Defeats Norman Thomas In Shut-Out

Stuyvesant defeated Norman Thomas 10-0 on Monday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Stuyvesant secured the victory thanks to six runs in the fourth inning. Rubin, Owen Potter, Jared Asch, and Daniel Kim each had RBIs in the frame.

In the first inning, the Peglegs got their offense started when Jared Asch singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Asch led things off on the mound for Stuyvesant. He lasted three innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out nine and walking zero. Asch led Stuyvesantwith two hits in four at bats. Stuyvesant tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Kim led the way with two. Stuyvesant was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Luca Bielski made the most plays with 13.

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[Facebook – Coach Nardiello]

In our first preseason game, the JV had an upset in sight (up 3-1 in the 5th inning at Monroe; leading 3-2 in the 6th). But we lost command of the strike-zone, late and surrendered 6 unanswered Rs mostly on walks. Overall, good effort on defense and on the mound — and maybe we let this one get away — but after this, our guys should feel like they can play with just about anyone. Final: 7-3 loss

Varsity and JV Players Cited at Awards Dinner

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At the annual Pegleg Awards Dinner on June 8, the JV and Varsity teams celebrated successful campaigns in 2018, as the coaches recognized many players for their contributions to the season’s heroics.

The JV squad, still basking in the glory of their Manhattan championship win over George Washington on June 6, had five of its players honored:

  • Rookie of the Year: Luca Bielski
  • Coaches Award: Max Mah
  • Cy Young: Ben Zenker
  • Silver Slugger: Julian Singer
  • MVP: Jordan Gray

The Varsity squad, fresh off a surprising 10-6 season, saluted these seven players.

  • Rookie of the Year: Franklin Liou
  • Charlie Hustle Award: Khyber Sen
  • Coaches Award: Malcolm Hubbell and Jeremy Rubin
  • Golden Glove: Max Onderdonk
  • Cy Young: Jared Asch
  • MVP and Silver Slugger: Michael Gillow

Coach Carlesi also paid special tribute to the nine graduating seniors: Ronin Berzins, Simon Carmody, Michael Gillow, Justin Heinze, Sam Merrick, Max Onderdonk, Khyber Sen, Sam Stamler, and Perry Wang.

Pegleg Ace Honored at Yankee Stadium

After one of the most dominant seasons ever recorded by a Stuyvesant pitcher, Jared Asch traveled to Yankee Stadium on June 11 for a ceremony honoring New York City’s top high-school baseball players. Though he was recognized for his 6-0 record in regular-season league games, Jared’s other stats are equally impressive: an ERA of 1.19, a WHIP of 1.02, two complete games, and a 4:1 K:BB ratio. The last Stuyvesant hurler to earn as many as 6 wins on the season was Evan Lubin, who performed the feat in 2012.

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[Facebook–Coach Nardiello]

Shout it from the rooftops..! Your Peglegs are the Manhattan champions.. after stunning GW at Pier 40 by a 6-3 score. Ben Zenker pitched a CG with 7Ks and had a double, single and 2 rbi’s. Max Mah sparked our offense again scoring 2 runs. Julian Singer had 2 hits including crushing a 2 rbi double. Jordan Gray (rbi, run), Luca Bielski, Julian Cunningham and Elias Bernstein (run) all came through with singles when we needed them. Great team win. Great team.

Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Beats George Washington HS
Stuyvesant Peglegs JV wins contest against George Washington HS, 6-3. Stuyvesant fired up the offense in the first inning, when Ben Zenker singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.
The Peglegs scored five runs in the second inning. Stuyvesant’s big bats in the inning were led by singles by Jordan Gray and Julian Cunningham and doubles by Julian Singer and Zenker.
Zenker led the Stuyvesant Peglegs JV to victory on the hill. He went five innings, allowing three runs on one hit and striking out seven.
Ayendy took the loss for George Washington HS. He lasted two innings, allowing five hits and five runs while striking out four.
Stuyvesant racked up eight hits on the day. Singer and Zenker each had multiple hits. Zenker and Singer each collected two hits to lead the Peglegs.
Cesar went 1-for-1 at the plate to lead George Washington HS in hits. George Washington HS tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Justin led the way with two.
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[Facebook–Coach Nardiello] Our JV Peglegs bounced back in style vs. Manhattan Center today at Pier 40 winning 20-1. Leading the way was freshman Luca Bielski throwing a no-hitter in his first start (13 Ks, 3BB, 0 ER). Offense was relentless, as Luca, Max Mah, Masataka Mizuno (2 hits) and Elias Bernstein all scored 3 Runs apiece. Starting at 1B, Elias hit his first Stuy HR (2 RBI) late in the game. Steven Zakin had 2 RBI, Julian Singer had 2 hits, and Jooahn Sur & Rohan Saha both scored twice. We had 9 hits in 21 ABs, with 11 BBs, 7 stolen bases early.. and this one was over after 4 1/2 innings by Mercy rule.

[Adapted from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant Peglegs JV’s Bielski Throws No-Hitter To Defeat Manhattan Center For Science & Math
Luca Bielski was brilliant on the pitcher’s mound on Thursday, as he threw a no-hitter to lead Stuyvesant Peglegs JV past Manhattan Center for Science & Math 20-1.
Stuyvesant Peglegs JV fired up the offense in the first inning, when Julian Singer singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Bielski pitched Stuyvesant Peglegs JV to victory. He lasted five innings, allowing zero hits and one run while striking out 13.
Joshua took the loss for Manhattan Center for Science & Math. He allowed four hits and 12 runs over two innings, striking out one.
Stuyvesant Peglegs JV smacked one home run on the day. Elias Bernstein put one out in the fourth inning.
Stuyvesant Peglegs JV saw the ball well today, racking up nine hits in the game. Masaka Mizuno, Singer, and Bernstein all collected multiple hits for Stuyvesant Peglegs JV. Bernstein, Singer, and Mizuno each managed two hits to lead Stuyvesant Peglegs JV. Bielski led Stuyvesant Peglegs JV with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with ten stolen bases.
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