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Jul, 2022

Results of Thursday 6/30 games

Wildcats 10 - Panthers 7

Three hits each from Ed Schmidt, Eric Gottlieb and Bill Porter combined with 2 each from  Hal Katz and Larry Restivo drove the Wildcats to a 10-7 victory over the Panthers this morning. The comeback rally after a big Panther inning led the Wildcats to a big defensive charge for the remainder of the game and sealed the victory for the Puss & Boots team today. 

The Panthers suffered a bad defensive 6th inning to drop another game giving up 5 runs and icing the game for the Wildcats.  The Panthers took an early lead scoring 4 runs in the first two innings.  The lead got smaller as the ‘Cats kept chipping away.  The middle of the 6th had the Panthers holding a 2 run lead, 7-5, when all defensive hell broke loose.  The final score was 10 -7 in favor of the Wildcats.  Mark Rodill was back in the lineup and played a good defensive shortstop.  Bill Schwartz pitched a good, smart game as usual.  Bill has filled in at pitcher for most of the first half and has done a great job.  Offensively the Panthers were efficient putting up 7 runs on 12 hits.  Mark Rodill led the team going 2-3 with 2 doubles.  Also notable, Joe Grines, Vince Burkett and Jim Hart all went 2-3.

Eagles 6 - Wolverines 0


The Eagles hung on behind the fine pitching and fielding of Kevin Kulp to overcome the Wolverines 6-0.  It was a very well-played and close game with the Eagles leading 3-0 going into their at bat in the bottom of the sixth inning.  The Eagles then scored three runs to put the game away.  The Eagles were lead by Ron Mangini with three hits, Dave Courtwright and John Salmon each had two hits. The infield defense led by Del Kates played an excellent game along with Howard Wibble at third and Ron Mangini playing middle infield.

The Wolverines were shut out today, Thursday, June 30th, for the second consecutive time by the Eagles, 6-0. Jeff Blatt, Gene Rubin, and Michael Colucci led the Wolverines with two hits each; and Dave Ortlip, Bim Bradford, Monroe Weingarten, and Charley Johnson added clean hits.

Lions 8 - Devils 3

The Lions were struggling until a Bob Gaines, three run, 2 out, home run in the last of the 3rd inning. One run in the fourth, 2 in the 5th and 1 in the 6th sealed an 8-3 victory over the Devils.  Steve Belenko had 3 more hits. Dale Cassidy, Judy Agasar, Jim Stabene, Tom Delaney, Tracy Zimmerman and Ron Cohen chipped in with two hits each. Bill Howland was 1 for 2 with an important sacrifice fly to start the scoring in the 2nd inning.  Tom Delaney pitched another great game and ended the game with a catch and doubling up the runner at first. Gary Bennett and Al Avello played well in the field.

Comets 6 - Blue Jays 4

The Jays jumped out in front with 4 runs in the first inning on RBI hits by Jim O'Brien and Craig Neiderpruem. They then relinquished the lead after 2 innings.  The Jays offense faltered for the remainder of the game and the Jays fell to the Comets by a final score of 6 to 4.  Jack McNulty contributed 3 hits (double) for the Jays, while Art Rosenblatt and Tom Redding chipped in with two hits each.  The Jays defense did a noteworthy job of keeping them in the game, they even created and then escaped a no out bases loaded situation without surrendering a run.

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