Harry Semple racked up three RBIs on three hits for St. Vincent. He singled in the third inning and doubled in the first and fifth innings.
Gus Alvarez had two extra-base hits for St. Joseph. He doubled in the first inning, tripled in the third inning, and singled in the fifth inning.
St. Vincent easily handled St. Joseph pitching as six hitters combined for 16 hits, 11 RBIs and eight runs scored.
St. Vincent never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring four runs on a two-run double by Semple and a two-run home run by Louis Messano.
Two runs in the top of the third helped St. Joseph close its deficit to 5-3. A two-run triple by Alvarez sparked St. Joseph's rally. Finally, Harold Hopler got Brendan McNamara to ground out to end the threat.
St. Vincent scored two runs of its own in the third. St. Vincent scored on an RBI single by Ben LoBrace and an RBI single by Messano.
Three runs in the top of the sixth helped St. Joseph close its deficit to 9-6. An RBI double by Glenn Gang and a two-run single by Todd Feinberg gave St. Joseph life. The St. Joseph threat came to an end when Hopler finally got Stanley Lesniewski to fly out.
St. George and St. Matthew traded the lead nine times on Thursday, but St. George ended up on top with a 12-7 win in seven innings over St. Matthew.
St. George finally managed to grab the lead after a strong seventh inning. A fielder's choice scored Michael DiBella and gave St. George the lead for good.
David Eckert racked up two RBIs on three hits for St. George. He singled in the first, fourth, and seventh innings.
John Stueck had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He singled in the third inning and doubled in the first and fourth innings.
The top of the first saw St. George take an early lead, 3-0. Walt Patrylo got things going for St. George with a single. A single by Tony Perconte then moved Patrylo from first to third. Eckert singled, bringing home Patrylo. The scoreboard lit up again for St. George when Perconte scored on an RBI double by James Richey and Eckert scored on a sacrifice fly by Robert Zerafa.
St. Matthew tallied two runs in each of the first, third and fifth. In the first, St. Matthew scored on a two-run double by Stueck, bringing home Wells Pikaart and Matthew Betau.
St. George didn't give up the lead after the seventh inning. Additional runs came from a fielder's choice and three singles.
St. Vincent jumped out to an early lead on St. Francis and captured an 18-6 victory on Friday at Jerseyland.
Nine runs in the first three innings allowed St. Vincent to put the game away early.
Karyczak racked up five RBIs on three hits for St. Vincent.
St. Francis was led by Mike Cunningham's hitting. Cunningham went 4-5 and scored three runs. He singled in the first, second, fourth, and sixth innings.
The top of the first saw St. Francis take an early lead, 3-0. St. Francis got things going when Cunningham singled. A single by Joshua Baik then moved Cunningham from first to second. Ted Florio singled, scoring Cunningham. The scoreboard lit up again for St. Francis when Baik scored on a fielder's choice and Nardi scored on an RBI double by Chris Johnston.
Betau racked up five RBIs on five hits for St. George. He tripled in the third inning and singled in the first, fourth, sixth, and seventh innings.
Spoljaric went a perfect 5-5 at the plate for St. John Paul II. He singled in the second, fourth, fifth, and sixth innings and doubled in the seventh inning.
Betau got the win in relief for St. George. Betau pitched seven innings and allowed 13 runs.
St. George easily handled St. John Paul II pitching as six hitters combined for 21 hits, 15 RBIs and 12 runs scored.
Spoljaric ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed 19 runs in seven innings, walked three and struck out one.
St. George got the win even though Tony Perconte didn't last long on the rubber. Perconte was taken out after zero innings. Perconte gave up two hits and four runs.
St. George jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the top of the first. Walt Patrylo singled to start things off before Perconte tripled, plating Patrylo. St. George pushed more runs across when Perconte scored on an RBI single by Ryan Peters, Peters scored on an RBI single by Betau, and Zerafa scored on an RBI double by DiBella.
St. John Paul II answered St. George's top inning with four runs of its own in the first. St. John Paul II scored on an RBI single by Jim Killeen, a walk by Spoljaric, an RBI single by Floyd Roberts, and an RBI single by Daniel Shneyder.
It didn't take long for St. John Paul II to answer as it scored six runs of its own in the fourth. St. John Paul II scored on an RBI single by Karl Grossman, a fielder's choice, a three-run home run by Robert Stratton, and an RBI single by Louis Balestriere.
St. George went up for the duration of the game after the sixth inning. Additional runs came from three singles and a two-run triple by Perconte.
Four St. John Paul II runs crossed the plate in the bottom half of the seventh, making the score 19-17. A two-run double by Spoljaric and a two-run single by Roberts gave St. John Paul II life. St. George closed the game out when Betau got Grossman to.
St. Wolfgang built an early lead against St. Maximilian, scoring four runs in the first inning, en route to a 9-5 win on Friday at Brookside.
Erik Hastrup racked up two RBIs on two hits for St. Wolfgang. He homered in the first inning and singled in the third inning.
Joe Ursino got a hit in each of his three at bats. He homered in the second inning and singled in the fifth and seventh innings.
After pushing across three runs in the top of the second, St. Maximilian faced just a 4-3 deficit. A two-run double by Russ Lomuscio and a solo home run by Ursino gave St. Maximilian life. Matt Marino to end the St. Maximilian threat.
St. Wolfgang pushed across one run in both the second inning and the fourth. In the second, St. Wolfgang scored on an RBI double by Rich Polhamus, scoring Nathan Mangiris.
After pushing across one run in the top of the third, St. Maximilian faced just a 5-4 deficit. An RBI single by John Deitch set off St. Maximilian rally. Jason Semple flew out to end the St. Maximilian threat.
St. Wolfgang survived St. Maximilian's surge and put up three runs of its own in the third. St. Wolfgang scored on a two-run home run by Anthony Blasi and an RBI single by Chris Paterek.
One run in the top of the sixth helped St. Maximilian close its deficit to 9-5. An RBI single by Deitch fueled St. Maximilian's comeback. Francis Vecchione to end the St. Maximilian threat.
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