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2017 Pikesville Men's Softball League Standings, Schedule, Highlights and Scores

Week #11 -- June 18, 2017

Highlights submitted thus far by LOFT, Nationwide Bombers

Northwest Regional Park Field 1:    Umpire-
Game 1: La Familia  9  (WP- )  Northwest Corridor 6 (LP- Howard Goldberg 4-4) 

Highlights pending.

Game 2:  La Familia 7 (WP-)  Northwest Corridor 5 (LP- Ted Winner 1-3) 

Highlights pending.

Northwest Regional Park Field 3:    Umpire-
Game 1: Natty O's 9 (WP- Jay Walle 3-2)  LOFT 4 (LP- Andy Peksa  3-4)   

L.O.F.T. looked to continue the hot hitting they established the week prior in game 1 against the Natty O’s. Unfortunately for L.O.F.T. that did not happen. The Natty O’s got an early 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st and L.O.F.T. was able to cut that in half with a run driven in by Jonathan Stacey. The Natty O’s would take a 6-1 lead in the top of the 3rd inning. L.O.F.T. did add 2 runs in the bottom of the 4th to make the score 6-3 after Nate Shuey singled in a run and Dana Anderson drove in the other with a sacrifice fly. The Natty O’s would add 2 in the 5th and 1 in the 6th to take a 9-3 lead. It was more than enough for the Natty O’s as L.O.F.T. was only able to manage a meaningless run in the bottom of the 7th to end the game with a score of 9-4 in favor of the Natty O’s.
LOFT Offensive Stars:
Logan Malane: 3-3; 2B, 2 1B, 2 R
Kenny Kreyling: 3-3; 3 1B
Pete Sclafani: 2-2; 2 1B
Andy Peksa: 2-2; 2 1B, R

Game 2: Natty O's 8 (WP- Jay Walle 4-2)  LOFT 7 (LP- Kenny Kreyling 1-2)   

In game 2 L.O.F.T. got on the board in the top of the 1st off of a Kenny Kreyling RBI triple and a Stacey RBI single. In the bottom half of the inning Kreyling was able to hold the Natty O’s scoreless. The Natty O’s did get on the board in the bottom of the 2nd with a run to make the score 2-1 in favor of L.O.F.T. after 2. L.O.F.T. made the score 4-1 in the top of the 3rd when Logan Malane drove in a run with a single and Kreyling drove in another run with a double. The Natty O’s came right back and cut the lead to 4-3 after 3. After a quick top of the 4th the Natty O’s came back out and took a 7-4 lead after scoring 4 in the bottom of the 4th inning. L.O.F.T. cut that lead to 7-5 off of Kreyling’s 3rd RBI of the game, this time a single. In the top of the 6th L.O.F.T. was able to cut the score to 7-6 off of a RBI single from Nick Serkes. The Natty O’s added an insurance run in the bottom of the 6th inning to take an 8-6 lead. L.O.F.T. scored 1 in the top of the 7th after Jonathan Stacey went opposite field with a blooper to LF, but was robbed by Jeff Kapper on a diving catch that allowed Malane to tag from 3rd to score. The Natty O’s claimed Malane left early and the umpire called him out. After a short discussion the umpire acknowledged that he did not see the play and reversed the call and the run counted. Down 1 run with a man on 1st and 2 outs Dana Anderson sent a bouncer down the 3rd base line. The 3rd baseman made a nice backhanded play, but sailed the throw over the 2nd baseman’s head. Kreyling attempted to score on the play all the way from 1st, but was thrown out at home on a perfect throw sealing the victory for the Natty O’s 8-7.

LOFT Offensive Stars:
Logan Malane: 2-3; 2B, 1B, BB, 3 R, RBI
Kenny Kreyling: 4-4; 3B, 2B, 2 1B, R, 3 RBI
Andy Peksa: 2-2; 2 1B, R
Nick Serkes: 2-3; 2 1B, RBI
Daryl Bingham: 2-3; 3B, 1B, 2 R

Northwest Regional Park Field 4:    Umpire- 
Game 1:   Nationwide Bombers 15  (WP- Yoyo Strauss 2-0 )  Outlaws 1 (LP- Larry Newman 2-5)   4 Innings

On a hot, sticky Sunday afternoon, the Bombers squared off with their friendly rivals, the Outlaws. The Nationwide Insurance Bombers swept the double-header, to push their record to 11-1 and to remain in 1st place. In game 1, Yoyo Strauss took the mound for the Bombers and pitched brilliantly. Mark Newman could not hold down the vaunted Bomber offense, and took the loss of 15-1. The game was called after 4 innings. In the 1st, Gershon Yakobovitch led off with a walk, and Yoyo hit a double. Ben Gutman’s RBI infield single made it 1-0, and David Flamm laced a triple into the gap for a 3-0 lead. Shuli Hochman reached on an error, and another run scored to make it 4-0. With 2 outs, Dan Gutman hit an RBI single to make it 5-0. The Bombers pushed their lead to 9-0 in the 2nd inning. With 1 out, Seth Kopel, who was making his debut for the Bombers, walked, and Gershon doubled him home, to make it 6-0. Yoyo then hit a bomb to rightfield, to make it 8-0. The Bombers continued to pour it on Newman, as Ben Gutman doubled and Flamm hit an RBI single, to make it 9-0.

In the top of the 3rd, the Outlaws got on the board, to make it 9-1. The Bombers’ offense continued to score, and added 6 more runs in the 3rd. The Outlaws made 3 errors in the inning. Loeb and Dan reached on back-to-back errors, and Jason Gardner hit an RBI ground-up. Chaim Finkelstein followed with an SF, to make it 11-1. Kopel singled, Gershon doubled, and Yoyo’s infield single made it 12-1. After Ben walked, Flamm reached on an error and 2 runs came home. Shuli Hochman then drove in Flamm with an RBI double, to make it 15-1. The Bombers tacked on their final run in the 4th. Gabe Silber walked, and after 1 out, Jason Gardner walked. With 2 outs, Kopel ended his special debut by smashing a single to score Flamm, who was running for Silber. The win pushed the Bombers’ record to 10-1.

Game 2:  Nationwide Bombers 15  (WP- Yoyo Strauss 3-0 )  Outlaws 8 (LP- Jon Kerzner 3-2)

Game 2 was much more exciting. Strauss took the mound again, and helped the Bombers to a 15-8 victory. Darnell took the loss. Gershon led off the 1st with a HR to rightfield. Yoyo walked, and scored on a single by Ben Gutman, to make it 2-0. Flamm hit a double, and Hochman hit an RBI single. Kopel’s ground-up made it 4-0. After Sam Luxenberg walked, Dan G. hit a single, and 2 runs came home, to make it 6-0. After Loeb walked, Chaim reached on an error, which allowed the 7th run to score. Ben capped the scoring in the 1st, with a 2 run single, to make it 9-0. In the bottom of the 1st, manager Dave Woods hit a 3 run triple, to make it 9-3. In the 2nd, the Outlaws scored again, to make it 9-4. The Bombers tacked on a run in the 3rd on Yoyo’s RBI single. The Outlaws wouldn’t go away. Woods’ RBI single cut the lead to 10-5. In the 4th, Tony Wiggs smashed a triple to score 2, to cut the lead to 10-7. Now, it was a real game.

The Bombers answered with 5 runs in the 5th. Dan G singled, Loeb walked, and Finkelstein hit a double, to make it 11-7. Gershon’s single made it 12-7, Yoyo’s SF made it 13-7. Ben Gutman tripled to the rightfield fence, and Flamm brought him home with a single, to make it 14-7. Hochman then tripled off the leftfield fence, to make it 15-7. The Bombers hit 2 triples in the same inning (and the Orioles copied them a couple of hours later, and also hit 2 triples in the same inning.). The Outlaws scored another run in the 6th, to make it 15-8, but Yoyo dodged some major trouble, including darting over to the fence between catcher and 3rd, to make an amazing running catch. The victory pushed the Bombers to an 11-1 record.