Two Peglegs Honored for 2017 Heroics

[Facebook – Coach Carlesi]

It is with great pride that I get to announce that two of our varsity players will be receiving awards before Monday nights baseball championship game at Yankee stadium. Senior Jack Archer for most home runs in PSAL with 3 and sophomore Jeremy Rubin for most saves 5.
We the coaches are so proud of these two players as well as the whole team for a great and memorable season. This was just the icing on the cake.
The coaches.

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[Facebook – Coach Nardiello]

Stuy JV swept the 2-game series from Graphics on Thursday, 13-1 at Pier 40 behind Ben Zenker’s first game-started (7 K’s 0 R 2 H 1 BB) and a full team effort. Scoring 3 runs apiece were Owen Potter (3-for-3, 3 rbi), Franklin Liou (1-1, HBP 2 BB, 5 SBs) and Isaac Chasen — part of an offense that had 7 hits, 7 walks and ran wild with 17 bases in 5 innings including 3 by Brandon and Cooper. (Owen, Franklin and Cooper stole home.) Our defense was solid, and killed every late chance for them to rally back.

[Edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Graphic Communication Arts

Stuyvesant grabbed an early lead on its way to a 13-1 victory over Graphic Communication Arts on Thursday. Ben Zenker earned the win for the Peglegs . He went three innings, allowing no runs, two hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Two relievers helped Stuyvesant close out the victory. Daniel Kim threw one and one-third innings.

Owen Potter led Stuyvesant with three runs batted in. He went 3-for-3 on the day. The Peglegs tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Frank Liou led the way with four. Stuyvesant didn’t commit a single error in the field. Isaac Chasen had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

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[From Facebook – Coach Nardiello] Stuy’s JV beat Graphics Campus, 14-1 in the first game of a two-game series – as Cooper K’s 8 over 3 innings, and Matthew Deutsch shuts them down in another. Brandon Rimmy, Cooper Nissenbaum and Matt had 2 hits apiece of the team’s 9 hits. Stuy JV hosts Graphics at Pier 40 on Thursday trying for the series sweep.

 

[Edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Graphic Communication Arts

Stuyvesant took an early lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for Stuyvesant Peglegs JV.

Stuyvesant scored six runs in the fourth inning, on a single by Brandon Rimmy, a stolen base , a single by Owen Potter, a single by Matt Deutsch, and a fielder’s choice by Ben Zenker.

Cooper Nissenbaum earned the win for Stuyvesant. He went three innings, giving up one run, three hits, and striking out eight. Stuyvesant had nine hits in the game. Rimmy, Nissenbaum, and Deutsch each collected multiple hits. Stuyvesant didn’t commit a single error in the field. Henry Carver had 12 chances in the field, the most on the team. The Peglegs stole 11 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Zenker led the way with two.

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Congratulations on a Great Season

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[Facebook–Coach Carlesi] It is with great disappointment that I have to report that the Stuyvesant Peglegs season came to end today with a loss to Staten Island Tech HS, 3-0. Though this loss hurt, I wouldn’t have traded this season for the world. I want to thank all the seniors for all your hard work over the years and to the parents who put up with us too. Thank you to our captains Jack Archer, Tobias Lange, Solomon Medintz and Kenneth Chu for leading us to the best seeding Stuyvesant has ever had. Thanks to the rest of the seniors Joseph Halim, Lucian Wells, Danny Gendler, Daniel Scherzer, Dean Steinman, Sebastian Dittgen, and Wilson Wong. You will be greatly missed.

The Coaches

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[Facebook – Coach Carlesi]

It is with great disappointment that I have to report that the Stuyvesant Peglegs season came to end today with a loss to Staten Island Tech HS, 3-0. Though this loss hurt, I wouldn’t have traded this season for the world. I want to thank all the seniors for all your hard work over the years and to the parents who put up with us too. Thank you to our captains Jack Archer, Tobias Lange, Solomon Medintz and Kenneth Chu for leading us to the best seeding Stuyvesant has ever had. Thanks to the rest of the seniors Joseph Halim, Lucian Wells, Danny Gendler, Daniel Scherzer, Dean Steinman, Sebastian Dittgen, and Wilson Wong. You will be greatly missed.
The coaches.

[Edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Loses Lead Early In Defeat

Stuyvesant watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 3-0 loss to McKee/SI Tech on Wednesday. SI Tech took the lead on a single in the first inning. The pitching was strong on both sides. SI Tech pitchers struck out one, while Stuyvesant sat down six.

One bright spot for Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity was a single by Max Onderdonk in the fourth inning. Onderdonk led Stuyvesant with two hits in two at bats. Stuyvesant was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Malcolm Hubbell had the most chances in the field with seven.

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Seniors – 2017

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Congratulations on a great season!

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Peglegs celebrate following walk-off win over Bryant.
[Facebook–Coach Carlesi]

The 2017 baseball regular season has come to a close to with a walk-off win over Bryant HS. Malcolm Hubbell had two hits today including the game winner in the bottom of the 9th to score Dean Steinman from 2nd base. The final score was 1-0. Good defense and great pitching kept us in the game. Tobias Lange and Jack Archer combined for the shut-out.

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Max Onderdonk hitting in the bottom of the third inning.

Max Onderdonk hitting in the bottom of the third inning.

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Wilson Wong catches the third out in the second inning.

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Jack Archer singles in the bottom of the seventh.

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Dean Steinman scores winning run against Bryant.

Dean Steinman scores winning run against Bryant.

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Peglegs rejoice after winning run scores vs. Bryant

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Peglegs celebrate walkoff win.

The Peglegs finished the season with an amazing 12-4 record in the PSAL’s AAA division which is no small feat. It is the best record Stuyvesant has had since I’ve been coaching. We now have to wait until tomorrow night for the playoff seeding. The playoffs will begin on Wednesday May 24th and the game will be played at Pier 40, thanks to Mike Schneider, giving his GVLL field time to us.

I want to thank everyone for all your help this season especially our seniors for all their had work through the years. Hopefully, you guys can carry us a little longer.

Coach Hahn and I are so very proud of the whole team for what you’ve accomplished this year. Your hard work, dedication, commitment has paid off.

Let’s take the first playoff game!!!!

[Edited from GameChanger]

Hubbell’s Walkoff Gives Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Victory Over Bryant

Stuyvesant defeated Bryant 1-0 on Friday thanks to a walk-off single. The game was tied at zero with Stuyvesant batting in the bottom of the ninth, when Malcolm Hubbell singled, driving in Dean Steinman, who had walked and advanced to second on a fielder’s choice.

Tobias Lange started things off strong for Stuyvesant, as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Stuyvesant pitchers struck out nine on the way to victory. Jack Archer earned the win for the Peglegs. He tossed three innings, allowing no runs and no hits, striking out two, and walking none. Compres took the loss for Bryant. He threw three and two-thirds innings, giving up one run, two hits, and striking out six.

Lange started the game for Stuyvesant. He pitched six innings, allowing no runs, four hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Strawsacker started the game for Bryant. He tossed five innings, giving up zero runs, four hits, and striking out six. Stuyvesant had six hits in the game. Hubbell and Archer each collected two hits to lead Stuyvesant. Stuyvesant was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Hubbell made the most plays with 11.

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[From Facebook–Coach Carlesi]

Today the Peglegs dropped their 4th game of the season to Benjamin Cardozo HS 10-0. We were only able to manage 2 hits. Jack Archer threw 4 innings of 1 hit ball against a strong team but our bullpen had some problems. Our next and final game of the season will be a make up game against Bryant HS at the parade grounds fields starting at 4:30. We will have to wait until Sunday to see what kind of playoff seeding we get. Hopefully a home playoff game.
To be continued!!!

[Edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Can’t Hold Up Against Benjamin Cardozo HS

The Peglegs couldn’t keep up with Benjamin Cardozo Hs and fell 10-0 on Tuesday. Cardozo scored four runs in the sixth inning. One bright spot for Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity was a single by Kenny Chu in the first inning.

Malik Miller earned the win for Cardozo. He tossed seven innings, surrendering zero runs, two hits, striking out four, and walking one. Jack Archer took the loss for Stuyvesant. He pitched four innings, surrendering four runs, one hit, and striking out five. Malcolm Hubbell and Chu each managed one hit for Stuyvesant.

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Stuy JV wins, 10-2 behind Max Mah’s impressive 4 innings (2H 7k 0 ER) and Isaac Chasen closing things out. (We walked only 2 batters in 6 innings.) Offense was team effort with 9 hits, incl. two doubles/2 rbi by Franklin Liou, 2 rbi by Matthew Deutsch and 4 SBs by Daniel Kim.

[Edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant Peglegs JV Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Manhattan Center For Science & Math

Stuyvesant grabbed an early lead on its way to a 10-2 victory over Manhattan Center for Science & Math on Tuesday. Stuyvesant scored on a single by Max Mah and a single by Matt Deutsch in the first inning. Mah earned the win for the Peglegs. He went four innings, giving up one run, two hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Matt Deutsch and Frank Liou each drove in two runs to lead Stuyvesant., which stole 12 bases during the game, as three players stole more than one. Daniel Kim led the way with two.

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Sebastian Dittgen at the plate vs. John Bowne

Sebastian Dittgen at the plate vs. John Bowne

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Tobias Lange pulls into second base in the 5th inning vs. John Bowne

Tobias Lange pulls into second base in the 5th inning vs. John Bowne

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Malcolm Hubbell scores in the fifth inning vs. John Bowne

Malcolm Hubbell scores in the fifth inning vs. John Bowne

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Michael Gillow batting vs. John Bowne

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Jared Asch on the mound vs. John Bowne

Jared Asch on the mound vs. John Bowne

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Dean Steinman scores in the first inning of the Pegleg victory over John Bowne

Dean Steinman scores in the first inning of the Pegleg victory over John Bowne

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Solomon Medintz at bat in early action against John Bowne

[From Facebook — Coach Carlesi]

Today the Peglegs improved their record to 11-3 with a win over John Bowne HS 7-5. Jared Asch gave us 5 strong innings of 4 hit ball, Max Onderdonk went 4-4 and scored twice, and Solomon Medintz had 2 RBI’s.
Our next game is Tuesday against Cardozo HS at the Parade Grounds at 4:30pm.
We still have to make up a game against Bryant HS this week too.
Great job guys, let’s finish strong!!!

 

[edited from GameChanger]

Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity Holds Off John Bowne HS For Victory

Despite seeing its seven-run lead whittled down by the end, Stuyvesant Varsity still held off John Bowne HS for a 7-5 victory on Friday. John Bowne scored five runs in the failed comeback in the sixth and seventh innings.

Max Onderdonk collected four hits in four at bats to help lead Stuyvesant to victory. Onderdonk singled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the fifth, and singled in the sixth. Stuyvesant took an early lead in the first inning. Dean Steinman hit an RBI single in the first.

Jared Asch earned the win for Stuyvesant. He went five innings, allowing zero runs, four hits, and striking out three. Jeremy Rubin recorded the last six outs to earn the save. Diaz took the loss for John Bowne HS.

Solomon Medintz led Stuyvesant PEGLEGS Varsity with two runs batted in. He went 1-for-3 on the day. Stuyvesant tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Onderdonk led the way with four.

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