Burton racked up three RBIs on three hits for St. Maximilian.
Chris Paterek got a hit in each of his three at bats. He singled in the second, fourth, and sixth innings.
The bottom of the first saw St. Maximilian take an early lead, 2-0. The St. Maximilian attack began with a single from Mavrakes. Then moved Mavrakes from first to second. Burton doubled, scoring Mavrakes. More runs came home for St. Maximilian when Burton scored on an RBI double by Jason Semple.
Peters racked up three RBIs on three hits for St. George.
Each team blasted the other's pitching, and there were 31 total runs and 46 hits during the game.
David Eckert racked up three RBIs on four hits for St. George. He singled in the first, third, fifth, and sixth innings.
Perconte got the win for St. George despite allowing 13 runs over seven innings. He struck out none, walked three and surrendered 21 hits.
St. George easily handled St. John Paul II pitching as nine hitters combined for 23 hits, 15 RBIs and 16 runs scored.
Steve Spoljaric couldn't get it done in the circle for St. John Paul II, taking a loss. He allowed 18 runs in six innings, walked four and struck out one.
The top of the first saw St. John Paul II take an early lead, 4-0. Peter Costello started the rally for St. John Paul II with a single. Jim Killeen doubled, scoring Louis Balestriere and Peter Costello. St. John Paul II added more runs when Healey scored on a groundout by Paul Leso and Killeen scored on an RBI single by Karl Grossman.
St. George got one-run rallies in the first inning and the fifth. In the first, St. George scored on a fielder's choice, scoring Perconte.
St. George survived St. John Paul II's surge and put up three runs of its own in the fourth. St. George scored on an RBI double by Bob Cihanowyz and a two-run triple by Walt Patrylo.
After posting one run in the sixth, St. John Paul II again scored one in the seventh. In the sixth, St. John Paul II scored on an RBI single by Bryan Healey, bringing home Robert Stratton.
St. George never surrendered the lead after the sixth inning. The runs piled on thanks to a two-run double by Corey Woodring and four singles.
Feinberg racked up two RBIs on one hit for St. Joseph.
The two teams combined for 29 runs and 39 hits, including 10 extra base hits.
St. Joseph's bats came to life in the sixth inning. St. Matthew had no answer as St. Joseph scored 11 runs. St. Joseph scored in the sixth on an RBI single by Kevin Rohman, an RBI single by Brendan McNamara, an RBI double by Tom Grycan, an RBI single by Nam-June Joe, a two-run double by Glenn Gang, a two-run single by Warfield, an RBI single by Garrett Yarnall, and a triple.
Warfield racked up three RBIs on four hits for St. Joseph.
St. Joseph easily handled St. Matthew pitching as seven hitters combined for 17 hits, 15 RBIs and 13 runs scored.
St. Joseph tacked on another seven runs in the seventh. The inning looked promising, as Joe tripled, bringing home McNamara, Rohman and James Barba to kick things off. That was followed up by Gus Alvarez's single, bringing home Joe.
Friday was a great day for Keith Karyczak, as he clubbed two home runs to carry St. Vincent to an 11-8 victory over St. Francis at Brookside in seven innings.
Each team blasted the other's pitching, and there were 19 total runs and 30 hits during the game.
St. Vincent got its bats going early, scoring six runs in the first inning to pull ahead of St. Francis. St. Vincent scored in the first on a two-run home run by John Junguenet, a three-run home run by Karyczak, and an RBI triple by Brian Pyluck.
St. Vincent hit three home runs in the win. Additional home runs for St. Vincent came when Karyczak homered in the first and seventh innings.
Karyczak, Junguenet, Jerry Russo and Pyluck helped lead St. Vincent. They combined for seven hits and eight RBIs.
Two runs in the bottom of the second helped St. Francis close its deficit to 6-2. A sacrifice fly by Steven Polak and an error gave St. Francis life. Harold Hopler ended the inning by getting Mike Cunningham to.
Two runs in the bottom of the third helped St. Francis close its deficit to 6-4. A two-run home run by Chris Sarna triggered St. Francis' comeback. The St. Francis threat came to an end when Hopler finally got Howard Bialos to.
St. Vincent piled on three more runs in the top of the fifth. A sacrifice fly scored Pyluck to get St. Vincent on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Pat MacDonnell's single, scoring Steven Pirella and Larry Szenyi.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fifth, St. Francis faced just a 9-5 deficit. fueled St. Francis' comeback. The St. Francis threat came to an end when Hopler finally got Bialos to ground out.
One run in the bottom of the sixth helped St. Francis close its deficit to 9-6. A fielder's choice set off St. Francis rally. Finally, Hopler got Cunningham to to end the threat.
St. Vincent increased its lead with two runs in the seventh. Karyczak homered to start the inning.
After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the seventh, St. Francis faced just a 11-8 deficit. A two-run home run by Ron Labin gave St. Francis life. Hopler ended the game by getting Bill Scheiner to.
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