Philadelphia High School Baseball
League Results, 2012
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(At Penn State)
La Salle 3, Council Rock South 1: Kevin Long allowed hits to South's second and third batters, then a passed ball put runners on second and third. He escaped unscathed and wound up twirling a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and one walk as the Explorers became the first CL squad to win a state baseball title. The RBI went to Colin Pyne, Mike Piscopo and Dom Cuoci on singles and Corey Baiada started the two-run fourth with a double. South scored on a three-base error followed by a sac fly. Discounting one shaky inning, Long fashioned a 1.11 ERA through the playoffs (2.17 total).
(At Spring-Ford High)
La Salle 7, Hatboro-Horsham 5: P.J. Acierno used a single and triple (worth two apiece) to bag four RBI and after drawing a walk to bring home an insurance run, Dom Cuoci fired a 1-2-3 seventh to save Kevin Long's win. The Explorers rallied from a 5-2 deficit.
(At Spring-Ford High)
Lampeter-Strasburg 2, Neumann-Goretti 0: The behavior of some N-G fans caused S-F officials to summon local police and, irate about the result of three major calls, coach Mike Zolk maintained the umps had "cheated." The Saints were no-hit through six. Josh Ockimey (HBP) reached base to start the seventh and Jimmy Kerrigan fired a double to right-center. A strikeout later, Joey Glennon, 1-for-22 in the postseason to that point but terrific at second base, inside-outed a one-run single to right. A squeeze bunt by Mario DiFebbo got a run home; nope, the plate ump ruled the ball had hit him off the bat. He also got down the next bunt, but Kerrigan slipped at third and was unable to score. Meanwhile, Glennon was colliding hard with L-S' second baseman and obstruction was called. The umps' decision left the bases loaded. A strikeout and forceout off Nicky Nardini's smoked one-hopper to third ended it.
(At Muhlenberg High)
Neumann-Goretti 9, Blue Mountain 2: On June 7, a pair of 57-minute weather delays forced a suspension with the score tied at 2-2 in the home fourth. Marty Venafro started the resumption with a sac fly and Josh Ockimey followed with a 380-foot, three-run homer to center. It was his fourth postseason dinger. Venafro wound up with three RBI on no hits while John LaMotta (four innings) and Joe Jaep did the pitching.
(At Muhlenberg High)
La Salle 7, Central Dauphin 6: The Explorers overcame deficits of 2-0 and 5-3 and the disappointment of losing a 6-5 lead in the visiting seventh. Ryan Otis' sacrifice fly to left won it while Chris Melillo went 3-for-4 with four RBI, a one-run single in the third and a three-run double over the centerfielder's head in the sixth. Colin Pyne (single) and Tyler Kozeniewski (triple) drove in runs in the fifth, providing a 3-2 lead. Dom Cuoci took a liner off the inner part of his left foot in the third and toughed out five innings. The win went to Mike Piscopo, who moved over from third base and gloved a liner to retire the one batter he faced.
(At Unionville High)
Lancaster County Christian 5, GAMP 1: The Pioneers were held to three hits and their lone run was scored in the third by Desmond Drummond on a misplayed grounder off the bat of Nick Carine. They took a 1-0 lead into the fifth.
(At La Salle University)
La Salle 10, Upper Dublin 1
Kevin Long scattered five hits and fanned three over six innings, and helped himself with two RBI. The Explorers' five-run fourth, reversing a 1-0 deficit, was highlighted by Chris Melillo's two-run double.
(At La Salle University)
Neumann-Goretti 2, Twin Valley 0
Joe Kinee went the distance, allowing seven hits, striking out five and wriggling out of bases-loaded situations in the fourth through sixth innings. TV stranded 12 runners total. Kinee's single drove in the first run and Josh Ockimey added a homer.
(At War Memorial Field, Ephrata)
Lampeter-Strasburg 10, Phila. Elec. 0 (5 inn.)
The Chargers were held to four hits (all singles).
(At Muhlenberg High, Laureldale)
Brandywine Heights 9, Esperanza 1
An RBI single in the fourth inning by Aderly Perez, one of his team's three hits, enabled Esperanza to avoid a shutout.
(At Sun Valley High)
GAMP 5, Calvary Christian 4 (8 inn.)
The Pioneers scored in the visiting eighth on a single by Jake Kurtz. Kurtz (5 1/3 innings) and Desmond Drummond (four Ks in 2 2/3) did the pitching. The first batter to face Drummond bounced into a doubleplay from Kurtz (at third) to Tyler Criniti (at first, impressive scoop). Drummond (three) and Criniti combined for five hits. GAMP created a 4-4 tie in the sixth as Nick Carine made it home from third before a purposely created rundown could erase a runner off first. This game started the previous day (one scoreless inning) at Great Valley High before rain intervened.
Council Rock South 6, Frankford 2: At Spring-Ford High, assorted rain delays pushed back the starting time from 3 to 4:40.
The Pioneers scored once in the fifth on Carlos Ramirez' RBI single and again in the seventh when at attempt at a doubleplay went awry. With two men on base, Augusto "June" Ortega grounded into a force play to end it.
Upper Dublin (1-4) vs. La Salle (12-1), at Temple's Ambler Campus, 1 ppd. to June 5, 1 p.m., at La Salle University
Twin Valley (3-2) vs. Ss. Neumann-Goretti (12-1), at Temple's Ambler Campus, 4 ppd. to June 5, 4 p.m., at La Salle University
Phila. Elec. (12-2) vs. Lampeter Strasburg (3-1), at War Memorial Stadium, in Ephrata, 6:30 ppd. to June 5 (same site/time)
Esperanza (12-1) vs. Brandywine Heights (3-1), at Muhlenberg High, in Reading, 4:30 ppd. to June 5; 4 p.m. (same site)
GAMP (12-1) vs. Calvary Christian (1-1), at Great Valley High, in Malvern, 4 suspended after 1 inning (0-0); will be continued June 5, 4 p.m., at Sun Valley High, in Aston
CLASS AAAA CITY TITLE
At Richie Ashburn Field
La Salle 14, Frankford 1 (6 inn.): Looking into a noonday sun (the game started at 12:17), shortstop Ricky Alvarez was unable to catch an opening popup. Four walks and a sac fly later, La Salle owned a 3-0 lead and all hints of drama took the afternoon off. Corey Baiada bagged three RBI while P.J. Acierno, Chris Melillo and Tyler Kozeniewski thirded six. Dom Cuoci allowed three hits and whiffed five and Frankford’s run was unearned. The game was emotional for Frankford coach Juan Namnun and La Salle assistant Bob Peffle, who starred at Frankford and experienced major coaching success there with Namnun as his chief assistant.
CLASS AAA CITY TITLE
At Richie Ashburn Field
Neumann-Goretti 13, Phila. Electrical 0 (6 inn.): Joe Jaep hurled a two-hitter with four strikeouts while Josh Ockimey used a double and sac fly to post two RBI. Joey Gorman and Anthony Adams had two hits apiece. The loss left the Pub with a 46-2 scoring disadvantage in four years of AAA City Titles.
At La Salle High
Springfield Montco 8, Esperanza 2: Esperanza fell in the final of a subregional formed by representatives from Districts 1 and 12. Three walks and an infield error enabled the Toros to score in the first. A fifth-inning run was produced when Raul Escolatico walked, Victor Nunez managed an infield single and losing pitcher Ralphy Ramos sent an RBI single to left. The Toros' other hit was a seventh inning double by Franklyn Mejia.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FINAL
(At Widener University)
Neumann-Goretti 5, La Salle 4 (8 inn.)
With one out and soph Joe Lolio, a 5-3, 148-pound pinch-runner recently promoted from the JV, on first base, Joe Kinee was ordered to bunt for a hit by coach Mike Zolk. Not exactly confident because he’d failed to get one down in fair territory all season, Kinee did so this time and a wild throw enabled Lolio, running on the pitch, to dash all the way home and give N-G its second consecutive title and third in four years. In sweltering heat/humidity, three days after having two ribs popped back into place by Dr. John Law, a relative of catcher Nicky Nardini, Joey Gorman threw 144 pitches before being switched to left field one batter into the eighth. The win went to John LaMotta, who’d thrown nine relief innings four days earlier in a 14-inning semifinal win over Bonner. Josh Ockimey clubbed a two-run homer in the third while Joey Glennon (sac fly) and Anthony Adams (single) had RBI in a two-run sixth, creating a 4-4 tie. Nardini and Marty Venafro became just the second and third players to start for three CL champions. Frank Ryan did so for St. James from 1961 to ’63. For La Salle, Kevin Long went the distance and Chris Melillo posted two RBI (sac fly, single).
CLASS AA DISTRICT 1-12 SUBREGIONAL PLAYOFF
(At Immaculata College)
Springfield Montco 4, Conwell-Egan 2: The Eagles were held to three hits and fanned 12 times in a showdown for the right to face Esperanza Academy. Springfield scored one apiece in the sixth and seventh after C-E's Mike Petrizzi delivered a two-run single in the fifth.
PUBLIC LEAGUE FINAL
(At Richie Ashburn Field)
Frankford 8, GAMP 3: The heroes were numerous as Frankford became the first three-major-sports Pub team to win seven titles in a 10-year period since Overbrook did so in basketball from 1950 to '59. Making his third consecutive title-game start, Rafael "Omar" Cruz pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts while racking up win No. 2. After losing pitcher Desmond Drummond provided immediate fireworks with a two-run homer over the fence in right-center, Frankford responded with three runs in the bottom half on Hector Cerda's RBI double and Kevin Montero's two-run single. Augusto "June" Ortega laced a three-run double in the fourth.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE SEMIS
La Salle 10, Carroll 0 (5 inn.): At Philadelphia University, Dom Cuoci pitched four-hit shutout ball and joined Tyler Koziniewski in stroking a two-run single in a five-run fourth. Corey Baiada went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI while P.J. Acierno slugged a solo homer. Matt Maerz (double) and Justin Roman (triple) laced extra base hits for Carroll.
Neumann-Goretti 8, Bonner 7 (14 inn.): At Widener University, everyone got a late start to the holiday weekend as this baby lasted 4 hours, 15 minutes, and tied the city record for longest playoff game, innings-wise (also a '71 Pub semi). Junior righthander John LaMotta, who had pitched just one league inning all season (and had absorbed the Saints' lone CL loss), went an amazing nine innings (most allowed by PIAA rule) to get the win. He allowed one run, four hits and whiffed 10, and only 21 of his 97 pitches were balls. Josh Ockimey capped a three-run third, pulling N-G into a 4-4 tie, by clobbering a home run to dead center that cleared the 400-foot mark by a lot. Also, he ended the game at 8:12, with darkness warming up in the bullpen, by milking a four-pitch walk. For Bonner, Jim Haley went 3-for-5 and scored three times while Frank Saviski turned two hits into as many RBI. The teams combined for 23 hits (five for extra bases) and 14 errors, and left 33 runners on base. A whopping 424 pitches were thrown.
PUBLIC LEAGUE SEMIFINALS
(Doubleheader at Ashburn Field)
Frankford 11, Washington 1 (6 inn): Returning from a several-games break caused by the need to help resolve some family issues, Hector Cerda allowed just one hit over five innings and went 2-for-4 with a triple and one RBI in the three spot. Ramon Rosario lined a two-run single in a five-run first and Ricky Alvarez circled the bases in the third for an imitation “grand slam.” The play should have gone for a two-run single. Cerda cracked a one-run triple in the sixth and scored, after two intentional walks, on a single by Rafael “Omar” Cruz over the head of the drawn-in leftfielder. Ian Dougherty singled in Washington’s run.
GAMP 9, Central 7: Soph Jake Kurtz toughed out a 134-pitch, 11-hit, six-walk outing and did not record his lone strikeout until the seventh. Nonetheless, he held Central scoreless over the last three innings while his teammates were erupting for seven runs to rally from a 7-2 deficit. In a five-run sixth, which made it 8-7, Nick Carine (2-for-4, three RBI) thumped a two-run double to tie the score and Desmond Drummond (3-for-3) raced home on a wild pitch. The Lancers regained momentum in the bottom half as Tom Benek doubled. However, pinch-runner Michael Duson was tagged out at third by Drummond after falling for a fake pickoff play by Kurtz. That exact same scenario had doomed Central in the 1986 final. Gabe Buchanan led Central’s batters with a 4-for-5 performance while Benek went 3-for-4 with two RBI.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE QUARTERFINALS
Neumann-Goretti 8, Wood 4: The visiting Vikings jumped to a 2-0 lead on John "Beef" Santospago's bomb of a two-run homer in the first, but N-G answered right away with a two-run triple off the bat of Josh Ockimey (3 RBI total). Joey Gorman went the distance, allowing eight hits and fanning as many, and Marty Venafro raised his career hit total to 101 with bunt and regular singles. Jimmy Kerrigan's triple started a three-run fourth.
Bonner 5, Ryan 3: Ronnie Scull fanned 10 in six-plus innings and got the win with save help from his across-the-street neighbor, Frank Saviski. Jack Liberatore and Joe Haley posted one RBI apiece while Jim Haley, Joe's brother, halved four hits with Saviski. For visiting Ryan, which started no seniors, Gage Galeone went 3-for-4 with one RBI.
La Salle 6, SJ Prep 0: Senior righthander Kevin Long, a Lehigh commit, spun a one-hitter with two walks and five strikeouts. The visitors' lone safety came in the fourth as Jawan McAllister beat out an along-the-line dribbler maybe 50 feet toward third baseman Mike Piscopo. In the fifth, Long was hit on the foot by Sean Connolly's liner. He recovered to get the out. Corey Baiada and Colin Pyne halved two doubles, four RBI.
Carroll 4, Lansdale 3: Eric McGough, a junior righthander, became just the fourth pitcher to record as many as 14 strikeouts in a CL playoff. The record is 16, by Carroll's Keith Conway in 1991. McGough also allowed six hits and three walks. Justin Roman went 3-for-3 with one RBI and Joe DiWilliams provided a 4-2 lead with a suicide squeeze. Lansdale's Pat Duggan posted two RBI. Carroll was the higher seed, but opted to play at a neutral site (Wood) due to concerns about the small size of Carroll's home field.
PUBLIC LEAGUE QUARTERFINALS
Washington 11, Esperanza 6: Mike Honick went 3-for-4 with a walk and four RBI and Ian Dougherty smacked a two-run double to fuel a five-run sixth. Dean Grande had an RBI single, scored twice and gunned down two basestealers. Aaron Keen went four innings. Esperanza's Franklyn Mejia launched a three-run homer.
Frankford 11, Phila. Elec. 1 (6 inn.): Ramon Rosario fanned six in 4.1 innings and went 2-for-4 with a triple, homer and three RBI. Kevin Montero added two hits and as many RBI.
GAMP 9, Lincoln 3: The Pioneers managed just one earned run and Tyler Criniti reached base four times without collecting a hit. Desmond Drummond (five innings) and Criniti did the pitching.
Central 10, Fels 0 (5 inn.): Mike Cavallaro stroked a two-run single en route to three RBI, Ryan Dydak added two steals to three hits and Anthony DeVito turned two hits into a like number of RBI. Christian Walsh allowed four hits, dismissed seven.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FIRST ROUND
Ryan 9, Judge 1: Matt Budny struck out eight in five innings while Bob Romano, Dylan Egan (two RBI apiece) and Jason Dones (two runs scored) all went 2-for-3. Roman and Dones doubled. Tim Ross tripled for Judge.
Wood 7, Conwell-Egan 6: Justin Babb whiffed five in three relief innings and a four-run home seventh made him a winner. Two walks and a single loaded the bases. Brendan St. Thomas (one run), Matt Mandes (two) and Rich Rosenbaum (one, over a drawn-in outfield) all lashed singles to account for the RBI. Rosenbaum went 4-or-5 with two RBI. Benji Abercrombie went 3-for-3 and scored twice.
Lansdale 11, McDevitt 1 (5 inn.): Brian Farrell went 2-for-3 with a double and four RBI while Rick Norwood doubled, scored twice and had one RBI. Pat Duggan went 4.2 innings for the win.
SJ Prep 4, O'Hara 3: Ryan Winton pitched a seven-hitter with no walks and two strikeouts. Tim Rafter and Chris Stallings posted singles to drive in the final runs in a four-run sixth, which erased a two-run deficit. Skyler Mornhinweg went 3-for-4 with a run scored and made a tough scoop at first to end the game; a runner was on third.
PUBLIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFS
CLASS AAA FINAL
Phila. Elec. 7, Swenson 5: After the teams played error-free ball for nine half-innings, PE scored six runs in the home fifth with the help of four miscues. Elliot Castillo's two-run double was the lone hit in the uprising, which broke a 1-1 tie. Ray Guinther went the distance, posting three of his nine whiffs in the seventh. Swenson's Brian Nieves had a two-run single.
CLASS AA FINAL
Esperanza 10, Prep Charter 7: Ralphy Ramos struck out seven while toughing out an eight-hitter and Jamuel Cruz contributed a two-run double to a three-run second, providing a 6-4 lead.
CLASS A FINAL
GAMP 2, Masterman 1: Jake Kurtz fired a one-hitter with 10 Ks and two walks while Desmond Drummond and Tyler Criniti scored first inning runs on an error. Masterman's Nate Vahedi also fanned 10.
PUBLIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFS
CLASS AAAA QUALIFIERS
Washington 10, Overbrook 3: Jake Wright went 3-for-3, scored twice and drove in 5 runs. Corey Sharp went 4-for-4 with 3 runs scored. Aaron Keen pitched the first 3 innings.
Central 14, Olney 3: Gabe Buchanan struck out 6 in 4 innings and went 3-for-4 with a double and 3 RBI. Kyle Newcomb (4 RBI) and Tom Benek (2-for-2, 3 RBI) also contributed.
Frankford 15, Bartram 0: Rafael "Omar" Cruz struck out 6 and walked 1 in 3 innings. He also went 2-for-2, scored twice and drove in 2 runs. Augusto "June" Ortega scored 4 times.
Fels 6, Edison 2: Michael Moya hit a grand slam in the visiting 7th and finished 2-for-3. Eliantonio Martinez went 2-for-4 and struck out 11 batters in 7 innings.
Lincoln 9, Northeast 6: With 2 outs 2 strikes in the 3rd, Jairo Bautista hit a 2-run homer. Dylan Burke drove in 2 runs and struck out 5.
DISTRICT 1-12 SUBREGIONAL
CLASS A SEMIFINALS
GAMP 4, MaST Charter 3: Tyler Criniti was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th and Jacob Kurtz trotted home with the winning run. Criniti got the win in relief.
Masterman 15, Lamberton 0: Nate Vahedi hit a home run in the 3rd and finished 4-for-4 with 3 RBI. Augie Legido went 2-for-4, drove in 4 runs and whiffed 7 for the win.
Malvern 10, Germantown Academy 1: Joe Poduslenko drove in 3 runs and scored twice as the Friars finished perfect in Inter-Ac play (at 10-0) for the first time in 63 seasons of membership. Also, they're just the fourth perfect I-A squad in 34 years, joining Penn Charter in '81 and '86 and GA in 2004. Nick Bateman went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI while Joe Ravert fanned 8 in a 4-hitter.
Lansdale 8, Conwell-Egan 6: Matt Gress, LC's sixth pitcher, posted 2 shutout innings and became the winner thanks to Pat Carney's 2-run single. In LC's 3-run seventh, Kevin Neumann stroked a 2-run single and then stole home. Beau Fleming drew a 4-pitch walk to make it 6-6 in the bottom half.
Carroll 4, Wood 1: The Patriots' fourth included Justin Roman's leadoff homer and Matt Maerz's 2-run single. Eric McGough posted the win with 4 strikeouts in 4 innings.
La Salle 10, Judge 0: Dom Cuoci struck out 3 and walked 1 as the Explorers finished 12-0 in Red. Chris Melillo drove in 3 runs and scored twice. Corey Baiada added 2 hits, 3 RBI.
Bonner 8, SJ Prep 7: Ronnie Scull's 2-run single highlighted a 4-run home seventh, then Jack Liberatore's RBI on a fielder's choice capped a 3-run rally in the 10th. Frank Saviski won in relief.
O'Hara 4, Ryan 1: Bob Ieradi smoked a 2-run triple to support Nick Donovan (6-hitter).
SCH Academy 4, Penn Charter 0: Matt "Squeeze" Kozemchak scattered six hits and halved 4 hits with Sam Feirson. Zach Jancarski and Matt Caldwell posted RBI doubles.
Neumann-Goretti 8, McDevitt 0: Senior lefty Joey Gorman (Saint Joseph's) threw a no-hitter and came within a walk of a perfect game as he improved his record to 6-0. He faced the minimum 21 batters, struck out 11 and walked just one in the second inning (erased on doubleplay. The Saints also won the Blue Division title at 9-1.
La Salle 12, Judge 1: Emergency starter John Scheffey pitched the first 4 innings for the win and Chris Melillo belted a 3-run homer in the 2nd inning.
O’Hara 5, Ryan 2: Nick Donovan blasted a pair of doubles and knocked in a run while Scott Grinnan added a single and a double to make a winner of Mark Onimus.
Bonner 10, SJ Prep 7: Jim Haley hit a pair of singles along with a double while Frank Saviski chipped in with a double, 2 singles and 3 RBI.
PUBLIC AAA SEMIFINALS
Phila. Elec. 13, Eng. and Science 3 (5 inn.): Danny LaPorte went the distance and had two hits, three RBI. Thomas Hicks doubled twice for two RBI.
Swenson 7, Franklin Towne 4 (9 inn.): Josh Durkin singled in the winning run with two outs in the visiting ninth. Freshman Brian Nieves had three hits and scored twice while Zach Finch went 2-for-4 with 4 RBI. John Fox went the distance, allowing six hits and two earned runs.
PUBLIC AA SEMIFINALS
Prep Charter 10, Phila. Academy 4: Pete Piccoli whiffed 13 in six innings of four-hit, one-run ball while Justin Bocelli and Christian Coppola had matching stats (single, double, two runs scored). Keegan McKoskey, Frank Suppa and Sal Convento all lofted sac flies to right. Jorge Martinez had a double and two RBI for PA.
Esperanza 14, Bracetti 3: Pitcher Giovanni Victoria was 3-for-3 with a three-run double in a six-run first. Jamuel Cruz smacked a two-run homer en route to three RBI.
Wood 13, Carroll 6: Wood clubbed six homers, a performance highlighted by Kevin Sullivan’s grand slam and two by Tim Greenfield.
Lansdale 9, Conwell-Egan 2: Jon Motts knocked in 2 runs with 2 hits.
PUBLIC AAA QUARTERFINALS
Eng. and Science 7, Roxborough 5: Dougie Williams allowed six hits and whiffed the final two batters with the tying runs on base as the Engineers (tied for fifth in C) pulled the big upset over the Indians (tied for second in B). January "Hot Dog" Llaverias had two RBI and Scott Ervin's ringing double started a four-run fifth. In five relief innings, Roxborough's Ralph Martinez fanned 10.
Franklin Towne 10, Univ. City 0: Tim Hart spun a five-inning no-hitter with 15 punchouts, one walk and two hit batsmen while Chris Hartman cracked a two-run triple.
Phila. Electric 9, Boys' Latin 2: Ray Guinther pitched shutout ball over six innings and Jesse Saunders went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI.
Swenson 4, Franklin 3: Mike Amodei allowed four hits, two walks and no earned runs while striking out 13, thus outdueling Khalil Coles (nine Ks in seven frames). The Lions scored three in the home fifth, making it 4-3, as Josh Durkin's two-run single tied the score and John Fox' RBI single untied it.
PUBLIC AA QUARTERFINALS
Phila. Academy 10, Saul 9: In the home seventh, two walks and a single loaded the bases and Eric Heisler won it with a two-run single. Travis Zink pitched two relief innings to post the W and went 4-for-4 with two RBI.
Prep Charter 9, Del-Val 0: The Huskies stormed to seven runs in the first two innings to make things eay for Peter Piccoli.
Esperanza 16, Science Lead. 4: Jamuel Cruz singled and doubled en route to five RBI while Giovanni Zavala crunched a three-run homer. Yamil Morera got the win.
Bracetti 5, Bok 4: Angel Figueroa scored on a passed ball in the sixth to snap a 4-4 tie and make Kelvin Sabastro a winner. Anthony Vega and Ismael Lopez tripled for the winners.
Penn Charter 10, Episcopal 2: T.J. Pagan pitched 3-hit shutout relief over 5 innings to get the win while Demetrius "Meat" Jennings went 2-for-3 with a 3-run homer and 4 RBI.
Gtn. Academy 6, SCH Academy 5: Dan Hoy turned 2 homers into 3 RBI to support Luke Reilly. SCH's Matt Fink tripled while totaling 3 RBI.
Malvern 8, Haver. School 1: Billy "Moose" Ford fanned 7 in 5.1 innings, Joe Poduslenko had 2 RBI and Nick Bateman matched Mike DeMatties' performance by going 3-for-4 with 1 RBI.
SJ Prep 3, O’Hara 2: Jawan McAllister capped a 3-run home seventh by sending an RBI single up the middle.
La Salle 3, Ryan 1: Soph Dom Cuoci (4-0) scattered 7 hits in a complete game.
Wood 9, Conwell-Egan 2: Joe Santospago drove in 4 runs while his brother, John, had a homer and 3 RBI.
Bonner 3, Roman 0: Ronnie Scull threw a 2-hit shutout with 8 strikeouts, and Joe Haley drove in 2 runs.
Frankford 1, Masterman 0: Forfeit. Game was postponed by rain. Due to school issues (special tests tomorrow, unavailability of coach Vic Otarola Friday), Masterman agreed to accept a forfeit loss.
Del-Val 16, University City 0: Melvin Green posted the win with 4 strikeouts and two walks in 3 innings. Ian Dennis, Charles Wright and Nick Dabney hit doubles.
Southern 10, Olney 9: Joe Pizzo had a 2-out, 2-run double to win the game in the bottom of the 7th. He finished 3-for-4 with 2 runs scored and 1 RBI. Marques DeLeon added 3 RBI.
Roxborough 9, Swenson 6: Kevin Yeager finished 2-for-4 with a triple, home run, 5 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Saul 15, Franklin 5: Tyler Calvitti hit a bases-loaded double in the 6th while going 2-for-3 with 3 RBI. He also posted the win with 8 strikeouts and 3 walks.
Eng. and Science 10, Furness 0: Anthony Heard went 2-for-3 with an RBI, 2 runs scored and 1 stolen base. Doug Williams pitched 4 innings for the win.
Phila. Elec. 6, Franklin LC 0: Ray Guinther went 3-for-3 with 3 runs scored and Thomas Hicks pitched a complete-game with 13 strikeouts and 1 hit allowed.
Bartram 10, Randolph 0: Donavan Crawford struck out 15 and walked one in a 5-inning no-hitter. Quenzel Members went 2-for-3 with 3 runs scored and 1 RBI. Robert Davis went 3-for-3.
Overbrook 13, Mastbaum 3: Shafeeq Coleman was intentionally walked with the bases loaded for the 3rd time this year. He had 5 RBI and 3 runs and struck out 12 for the win.
Bracetti 11, Germantown 1: Angel Figuero picked up the win with 8 strikeouts in 5 innings. Javier Surrillo drove in 2 runs.
Boys’ Latin 17, Dobbins 2: Asa James struck out 9 and walked none in 4 innings. Antonio Harris went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI.
Phila. Academy 20, Bodine 9: No details.
Lamberton 1, Straw. Mansion 0: Forfeit.
INTER AC LEAGUE
Malvern 11, Episcopal 1: This 5-inning win, coupled with GA's loss to Penn Charter, enabled the Friars (8-0) to clinch the championship with 2 games remaining. Joe Ravert pitched 4 innings while adding 3 RBI. Matt Greskoff (2-for-2, double, triple, 1 RBI) and Drew Hayes (2-for-3, 2 runs scored) also starred at bat.
SCH Academy 7, Haverford School 6: Matt Rowland stole home in the bottom of the 7th for the walk-off win. Sam Feirson singled in Matt Primavera for the tying run.
Penn Charter 2, Gtn. Academy 0: Kenny Koplove posted the win with no walks and 10 strikeouts in a three-hitter. Steven Cohen added a double.
Neumann-Goretti 16, McDevitt 0: Joey Gorman struck out 10 in 4 innings. Joe Glennon went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI. Justin Matticks added 2 RBI.
Wood 6, Conwell-Egan 3 (10 inn.): Justin Babb fanned 8 in 4.2 shutout relief innings. A throwing error brought in the decisive run. Joe Santospago added an RBI triple and Brendan St. Thomas milked a bases-loaded walk. St. Thomas' sac fly had tied the game in the 6th.
Del-Val 17, Lamberton 2: Frosh DH Rainiel "Ray" Bravo went 5-for-5 with a homer and 4 RBI as the Warriors clinched first in Division D. Demetrius "Meech" Green had an RBI triple and scored 3 times. Charles Wright pitched the first 5 innings, fanning 9.
Mastbaum 5, Southern 4: Zac Davalos led off the 7th with a double and scored the winning run on a wild pitch. Jose Santos went 3-for-3 and scored twice.
15, FLC 0: Dylan Burke posted the win with 9 strikeouts in 3
innings. Christian McGovern went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI.
Phila. Academy 8, Swenson 1: Travis Zink struck out 6 in 6 innings while Tim Zink went 2-for-4 and drove in 3 runs. Chris Maguire went 3-for-4 and scored twice.
Frankford 7, Washington 1: Rafael "Omar" Cruz struck out 5 in 7 innings for the win. Ramon Rosario hit a 2-run double in the 2nd inning. Augusto "June" Ortega recorded 3 hits.
Roxborough 8, Northeast 5: Eric Krok whiffed 7 and walked 2 in a complete-game win. Kyle Marewski and Joe Kennedy each had 3 RBI.
Bok 5, Fels 3: Stephen Ross had 6 innings pitched and 12 strikeouts with 1 walk for the win. Derrick Gregg hit a double.
7, Franklin Towne 2: Jamuel Cruz hit a 3-run homer in the
6th inning. Giovanni
Masterman 3, GAMP 2: Nate Vahedi singled home Greg Whitehorn to win the game in the 9th. He also doubled home Terrell Skipper in the seventh to tie the game. Vahedi struck out 10 and walked 4 for the win.
Kensington 1, Bodine 0: Bert Rodriguez reached on a single in the 5th, advanced to second on a wild pitch and stole third before scoring the go-ahead run on a single by Hector Colon (7 Ks, distance).
Charter 3, Phila. Elec. 2: Joe Suppa knocked in winning run
with a bases-loaded single in the seventh with one out. Chris
Ciliberto struck out 3 in relief for the win.
Central 18, Edison 2: Julien Blancon went 3-for-3 with 2 doubles, 5 RBI and a game-ending slam in the 3rd. Tony DeVito got the win.
Bonner 11, Roman 9: Frank Saviski went 4-for-5 and drove in 4 runs. Joe Haley went 4-for-4 and had 4 RBI. He also hit a homer and was the winning pitcher.
O’Hara 5, Prep 3: Scott Grinnan went 2-for-2 with a home run, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. Sean Rogers also had 2 apiece of hits/RBI to support Mark Onimus.
SCH Academy 3, Episcopal 2 (8 inn): Matt Rowland clubbed a solo walkoff homer with one out in the home eighth to make reliever Tim Menninger a winner. Pat Foley had two hits and scored the tying run in a 2-run 7th on Matt Primavera's sacf fly.
Gtn. Academy 8, Haver. School 4: Luke Reilly whiffed 9 in 5/2 innings while Dan Hoy and Robert Gorman halved 6 RBI. Hoy and Ryan Dolan homered.
Malvern 8, Penn Charter 2: Billy "Moose" Ford went 4 innings while Joe Poduslenko (2 hits, 3 runs) and Matt Greskoff (3, 2) paced the offense.
Judge 5, Roman 4: In the first game on its new turf field, Judge scored 2 in the 7th to win it. Zack Spiker and John Reyes keyed the rally with doubles. Ryan Mackiewicz' single ended it. Rob Walmsley pitched 2.1 innings of shutout ball for the W. Roman's Nick Stoffere went 3-for-3 with two RBI.
Carroll 7, Neumann-Goretti 6 (9 inn.): Justin Roman’s single scored Dan Santoleri with the winning run. Evan Harvey homered in the 8th.
La Salle 6, SJ Prep 2: Mike Piscopo had 3 hits and scored 3 times while Colin Pyne drove in 2 runs with 2 hits to support Kevin Long.
Lansdale 9, McDevitt 0: Dan Carney threw a two-hitter and Kevin Neumann drove in 2 runs.
Penn Charter 6, Haver. School 0: Kenny Koplove went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and two runs scored, and also pitched a 3-hitter.
Gtn. Academy 12, Episcopal 2: Ryan Dolan homered and Rob Gorman lined a triple.
Masterman 13, Fkn Towne: 0: Augie Legido pitched a 3-hit shutout and Jack Christmas was 3-for-3 with a 3-run triple and 3 runs scored.
Franklin Towne 9, Edison 3: Matt DePaul hit a 2 run single in the 3rd inning to create a 7-1 lead. George Klein posted the win.
Randolph 11, Freire 1: Justo Rodriguez pitched a complete game and struck out 13. He allowed 2 hits and 0 walks while going 2-for-3 with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Bartram 9, Science Lead. 5: Jahmeer Faulcon hit a double and Robert Davis posted the win. Bartram led, 9-2, after 4 innings.
Franklin 10, Furness 0: Khalil Coles struck out 10 and walked 1 in 5 innings. He also went 2-for-2 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI.
King 10, Lamberton 7: Darnell Moore struck out 9 batters and pitched 5 innings to get the win in his first-career start.
Eng. & Science 12,
Bracetti 3, Overbrook 2: Bracetti scored all 3 runs in the 1st. Jorge Quinones had a double and a run scored. Kelvin Sabastro posted the win with 7 innings and 9 strikeouts.
Roxborough 11, Prep Charter 7: Ralph Martinez struck out 10 and walked 2 in 7 innings. He also hit a double.
Saul 15, Dobbins 3: Tyler Calvitti fanned 8 in 5 innings. Tyler Esbensen turned 2 doubles into 4 RBI.
Olney 12, Boys' Latin 4: Jean Carlos Leger fanned 7 in 6 relief innings and Ray Cedano clocked a 3-run triple.
Del-Val 1, S. Mansion 0: Forfeit.
Malvern 7, SCH Academy 6: Matt Greskoff tied the game with an RBI triple in the 7th and scored the winning run on an error. He had 2 runs scored and a stolen base. Nick Bateman had 2 hits.
Bonner 8, O’Hara 6: Dan Furman hit a three-run double in the third to provide a 5-4 lead. O’Hara scored 4 runs in the 1st and Bonner matched that feat in the 3rd.
GAMP 5, Franklin Towne 1: Joe Brinkman went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI singles and Desmond Drummond clubbed a solo homer to support Jake Kurtz (6-hitter, 9 Ks). FT's Chris Hartman had an RBI double.
Esperanza 7, Edison 6: Adelso Perez scored Jamuel Cruz for the game-winning run with two outs in the visiting 7th. Ralphy Ramos pitched shutout ball while earning the win.
Washington 6, Masterman 5: Jake Wright hit a 2-run HR in the 1st inning and drove in 3 runs. Gilad Metro knocked in the go-ahead run in the 7th with a bases-loaded single.
Central 6, Frankford 4: Anthony DeVito struck out 3 and walked 3 for the win. Ryan Dydak went 3-for-3 with 3 runs scored. Wesley Doe added 2 RBI.
Roxborough 15, Franklin LC 0: Johnny Beckman had 2 doubles and 2 RBI. Ralph Martinez hit a triple and double and drove in 2 runs. Frank Legrady fanned 8.
Phila. Elec. 10, Swenson 9: Thomas Hicks went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and 5 RBI. Danny LaPorte went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI. Ray Guinther struck out 11 in 7 innings.
Lincoln 15, Bodine 0: Dylan Burke pitched a complete game, striking out 8 and walking 2. Jairo Bautista went 2-for-3 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI. James Baldere had 2 RBI.
Northeast 4, Fels 1: Howard Lynn struck out 10 for the complete-game win while adding 2 hits, 1 RBI. Fels' Eliantonio Martinez whiffed 10.
Prep Charter 12, Kensington 0: Mike Borelli went 4-for-4 with a double and 3 runs scored. Peter Piccoli posted the win with 3 shutout innings and five strikeouts.
Furness 12, Dobbins 1: Joe Barrett went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. He posted the win with 5 innings pitched, no earned runs and 11 strikeouts.
King def. Gratz: Score not reported.
Neumann-Goretti 7, Carroll 4: Marty Venafro hit a 2-out, 2-run single in the sixth to provide a 6-4 lead. He finished with 3 RBI. Joe Kinee and Jim Kerrigan added solo homers.
Bonner 5, Judge 0: Ronnie Scull fired a no-hitter with 8 punchouts and 4 walks. Jim Haley's 2-RBI performance included a double.
Washington 9, Edison 4: Jake Wright pitched 4 innings and went 2-for-3 with 2 runs scored before leaving for the junior prom. Edison's Josh Fontanez went 3-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI.
Frankford 18, Esperanza 12: Augusto "June" Ortega doubled and homered en route to 5 RBI. Hector Cerda also went yard. Esperanza's Aderly Perez posted 3 RBI.
Central 18, GAMP 2: Kyle Newcomb and Louis Lobron halved 6 RBI and Andrew Hamilton went 3-for-3. Mike Cavallaro pitched 3 of the 4 innings.
Prep Charter 10, Lincoln 4: Mike Borelli pitched 5 innings and his 2-out, 2-run double in the 6th made it 6-4.
Northeast 23, Franklin LC 8: Steven Martinez got the win with primary help from Shahir Gates (double, triple).
Phila. Academy 11, Fels 6: Travis Zink fanned 9 and went 3-for-4. His brother, Timmy, turned his 3 base knocks into 3 RBI.
Swenson 6, Kensington 2: Mike Amodei whiffed 11, walked 2 and posted a double among 2 hits.
Roxborough 14, Bodine 4: Ralph Martinez tripled and homered to support Eric Krok. Peter Hall added 2 doubles.
Bok 4, Phila. Elec. 1: Stephen Ross whiffed 16 and walked 4 in a 4-hitter.
Bartram 12, West Phila. 1: Jahmeer Faulcon hit a grand slam in the 2nd inning and fanned 6 in the 5-inning game. Quenzel Members added a homer and 3 RBI, Tajai Ahmad gunned down 3 would-be thieves and Abdur Saaba joined Deion Sanders in posting 2-run singles.
Boys’ Latin 11, Saul 8: Asa James went 4-for-4 out of the ninth spot in the batting order. He smacked a 3-run homer in a 5-run 1st, then later tripled.
Science Lead. 22, Freire 8: Jeff Schwartz went 5-for-5, drove in 6 runs and scored 5 times. Leadoff hitter Ethan Reese went 5-for-5, scored 5 times and stole 9 bases.
Bracetti 17, Southern 2: Southern's Franklin Holt knocked in 2 runs and hit a triple.
Overbrook 6, Eng. and Science 4: Yvon "Buddy" Dessus struck out 8 and walked 4 in three innings. He also went 2-for-3, drove in 2 runs and scored once.
Olney 12, Mastbaum 1: Pedro Rodriguez went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and 3 RBI to support Jean Carlos Leger.
Masterman 12, Edison 4: No details.
Carroll 10, Conwell-Egan 0: Joe Sparacino struck out 5 and walked none. The top hitters were Justin Roman (2-for-4, 3 RBI) and Steffen Ramondo (2-for-4, 1).
Wood 9, McDevitt 0: Rich Rosenbaum fanned 7 and retired the last 10 batters in order. Benji Abercrombie had 2 hits, as many RBI.
Roman 18, Ryan 15: A sensational performance by Ryan's Matt Graber -- 4-for-4, double, 2 homers, 8 RBI -- was rendered to second-fiddle status when the Cahillites scored eight times in the home seventh. The capper was Matt Simon's walkoff grand slam. Colin Cooke won in relief and went 4-for-5 with a triple, 3-run homer and 4 RBI. Tom Carroll went 3-for-4 with a double, sac fly and 3 RBI. Ryan's Gage Galeone added a 3-run homer.
La Salle 13, O’Hara 3: Dom Cuoci struck out 7 and walked 0 in 7 innings. He had a double, triple and 3 RBI. Tyler Kozeniewski hit a solo HR in 2nd inning.
Judge 5, Bonner 4 (9 inn.): John Hearn scored the game-winning run on double by Ryan Mackiewcz. Hearn had 3 hits and 2 runs scored. Josh Teson went all 9 innings.
Masterman 7, Central 2: Nate Vahedi posted the win and went 2-for-2 with a 2-run double in the 4th. Jack Christmas went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI.
Esperanza 8, Washington 3: Ralphy Ramos went 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored and a triple. Giovanni Victoria got the win.
Frankford 10, GAMP 2: Hector Cerda struck out 7, walked 3 and doubled. Kidanny Cumba had an RBI single in the 6th.
Roxborough 2, Bok 1: Ralph Martinez struck out 18 and hit two batters for the complete-game win. Frank LeGrady had a 2-run single in the first.
Northeast 9, Swenson 3: Daquan Bohannan fanned 13 for the win and Howard Lynn added 6 whiffs in relief. Bohannan had a double and 3 RBI.
Lincoln 12, Phila. Academy 4: Christian McGovern went 3-for-4 with 2 runs scored and 3 RBI. Dylan Burke picked up the win.
Boys’ Latin 20, Furness 7: Darron Mitchell went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI and 2 doubles. Omar Ortiz added 2 doubles, 4 RBI.
Phila. Electric 16, Kensington 1: Ray Hunther struck out 6 in 4 innings while Thomas Hicks scored 3 runs and hit a 2-run single. The Chargers dropped a 10-spot in the 1st.
Fels 4, Bodine 2: No details.
Prep Charter 15, Franklin LC 0: No details.
Carroll 5, Conwell-Egan 0: Eric McGough threw a 133-pitch no-hitter with 7 strikeouts and 9 walks. Steffen Ramondo drove in 3 runs with a walk, groundout and infield single.
La Salle 12, O’Hara 5: Tyler Kozeniewski went 4-for-4 with 3 RBI and 2 doubles, and Corey Baiada added 3 apiece of hits, runs and RBI.
Neumann-Goretti 6, Lansdale 0: Joey Gorman lost a no-hitter with 1 out in the 7th -- to Jon Motts' single --- and struck out 10. Anthony Adams drove in 2 runs.
Ryan 4, Roman 0: Matt Budny pitched a 3-hit shutout while Danny Stahl and Jason Dones had 2 hits each.
Wood 17, McDevitt 4: Scott Boches struck out 7 in 3 innings of relief, and Sean Sheridan drove in 5 runs with a single and double.
Episcopal 8, Haver. School 6: Jay Farrell singled in Colin Hartzell with the winning run in the 7th, and Anthony Perretti (2 homers) scored on a bases-loaded walk to Burk FitzPatrick.
Malvern 4, Gtn. Academy 3: Joe Ravert singled in Drew Hayes with the winning run in the 5th, then got the save for John Durkee (4 hitless frames in relief).
Penn Charter 2, SCH Academy 0: Kenny Koplove fanned 10 in a 3-hit shutout.
Frankford 18, Fkn Towne 4: Augusto "June" Ortega went 4-for-4 with two doubles, 3 runs scored and 2 RBI while Kevin Montero added 3 hits, 3 RBI.
Fels 11, Swenson 1: Eliantonio Martinez went 2-for-4, scored twice and drove in 3 runs. He also pitched all 6 innings, struck out 8 and walked 5.
La Salle 10, Bonner 3 (11 inn.): Ryan Otis, Corey Baiada (for 1 run apiece) and Tyler Kozeniewski (for 2 runs) laced RBI singles in the Explorers' 8-run 11th to make John Scheffey a winner. He'd pitched 3 innings April 19, when the game had been halted at 6:17 due to a safety issue (descending sun in CF). The resumption lasted 36 minutes, making the total game time 3:08. Mike Piscopo worked the home 11th.
Malvern 10, Haver. School 1: Joe Ravert pitched 6 innings and went 3-for-3 with a walk, double and RBI. Nick Bateman and Matt Greskoff added 2-run singles.
Penn Charter 13, Episcopal 12: Kenny Koplove (1 inning) won in the home 8th when Zach Kurtz walked and came around on Kenny Bergmann's double-error combo. Gabe Smith doubled and tripled for 5 RBI.
Frankford 10, Edison 2: Rafael "Omar" Cruz went 2-for-3 with a 3-run homer and 4 RBI while Brandon Gonzalez and Ricky Alvarez had matching performances (3-for-4, RBI). Carlos Ramirez got the win.
Esperanza 5, Masterman 4: Winning reliever Ralphy Ramos went 3-for-3 and won the game in the 6th with a single to score Raul Escolatico (double, triple, 2 RBI).
Phila. Acad. 18, Phila. Elec. 4: Soph lefty Travis Zink, throwing to his brother, Tim, a frosh, fanned 9 while Jorge Martinez had a 2-run single and 2-run triple en route to 5 RBI. PE's Danny LaPorte doubled and tripled.
Franklin 4, Overbrook 0: Junior RH Khalil Coles mowed down 19, walked 3 and permitted just 1 hit, Shafeeq Coleman's triple with 2 out in the 7th. Brandon Davenport went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI.
Eng. and Science 12, Southern 11: E&S answered the Rams' 2-run 7th with 4 runs of its own. Doug Williams' triple tied it. January Llaverias' fielder's choice won it. Chad Robinson worked 5.2 innings. Southern's Marques DeLeon homered.
Dobbins 11, Germantown 10: Daquan "Day-Day" Brown fanned 17 and went 2-for-2 with 6 steals and 3 runs scored. In the 1st, he walked and then stole 2nd, 3rd and home. Aaron Kirby's RBI single in the home 6th made the difference.
Bracetti 20, Mastbaum 10: Jon Laracuente tripled en route to 5 RBI. Anthony Vega got the win.
Olney 11, Saul 10: Eduardo Herrera (3 RBI) and Iran Lopez (3 runs scored) had big games and Jean Carlos Leger had the decisive RBI.
La Salle at Bonner: A safety issue -- the setting sun was right in the eyes of the hitters -- caused a suspension in the visiting 11th. The game will be resumed at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
SJ Prep 10, Roman 0: Jawan McAllister went 2-for-3 and scored twice from the leadoff spot while walking twice and stealing a base. Ryan Winton had the win with 4 strikeouts.
Ryan 10, Judge 2: Gage Galeone went 2-for-4 and knocked in 3 runs. Chris Elmes posted the win with 10 strikeouts and 2 walks in 6 innings.
Boys’ Latin 11, Germantown 9: Manny Fernandez hit a 3-run triple in the 8th for the go-ahead runs. Asa James posted the win with five innings of relief and 7 strikeouts. G-town's Khary Redmond had a no decision with 15 strikeouts.
King 14, Freire 8: Isiah Gregory went 3-for-4 with a double, 2-run homer, 3 runs scored and 4 RBI.
Science Lead. 10, Straw. Mansion 0: Ethan Reese struck out 14 in a complete game. Abe Musselman went 3-for-4 and drove in 2 runs. Jeff Schwartz had 3 RBI.
Central 16, Fkn Towne 2: Julien Blancon went 2-for-2 and drove in 4 runs. Tom Benek went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI. Gabe Buchanan had the win.
Franklin 12, Southern 1: Brandon Davenport struck out 12 in a complete game and went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI. Isaiah Lugo went 2-for-2 with 3 runs scored and an RBI. Emmanuel Young scored twice.
Overbrook 10, Dobbins 0: Yvon "Buddy" Dessus pitched 5 innings and struck out 10. Shafeeq Coleman hit a three-run homer in the 3rd, then was issued 3 intentional walks.
Bartram 20, Gratz 5: Darrell James went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI and 1 double. Matthew Hutchinson posted the win.
Del-Val 12, Randolph 1: Charles Wright struck out 11 in 5 innings and walked 6. Demetrius Greene went 3-for-4, scored 3 times and had 2 RBI. Donald Patterson went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI.
Phila. Elec. 14, Roxborough 0: Tom Hicks went 2-for-2 with 5 RBI, including a grand slam. Devin Nottis also had a home run. Ray Guinther posted the win with 5 strikeouts and one walk.
Mastbaum 15, Eng. and Science 5: Rickie Quiles got the win as J. Santos had 2 hits, 4 RBI.
Univ. City 6, West Phila. 5: Brandy Morel blew away 19, Ricardo Romero posted 2 RBI and Karim Karamoko scored the decisive run on a fielder's choice.
Bracetti 8, Olney 7: Jorge Quinones won it with a walk-off grand slam!
Saul 9, Furness 6: No details.
Gtn. Academy 11, SCH Academy 7: John Aiello went 2-for-5 with 2 runs scored. Robert Gorman went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Northeast 9, Electric 6: Steve Martinez struck out 6 for the complete-game win. Howard Lynn had a double, plus an RBI-single in a 3-run sixth.
Bodine 10, Bok 3: Jordan Velazquez went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. He struck out 4 in a complete game. Joe Nicoletti had 3 RBI and Roberto Marrero went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI.
Lincoln 13, Fels 0: Dylan Burke drove in 2 runs, scored 3 times and had 2 triples. He pitched 5 innings, struck out 6 and walked 2. Jairo Bautista went 3 for 4 with 3 RBI.
Phila. Academy 14, FLC 4: Chris Rogers drove in 2 runs and scored 3 times. Tim Zink went 2-for-3 with 3 runs scored. Brian Walsh struck out 8 in 5 innings and went 2-for-3.
GAMP 15, Edison 0: Jeffrey Bonvincin had 2 hits and 3 RBI. Desmond Drummond was the winning pitcher. GAMP walked 12 times.
Prep Charter 10, Swenson 2: Peter Piccoli struck out 10 in 5.1 innings for the win. Justin Bocelli went 2-for-3 with a double and 3 RBI and Joe Suppa hit a triple. Swenson's Brian Nieves tripled twice.
Washington 13, Fkn Towne 8: Jake Wright hit 2 homers (solo, 3-run) in the 2nd inning. He went 4-for-4 and scored 3 times.
Central 11, Esperanza 1: Anthony DeVito had 3 doubles and scored twice. He went 4-for-4 with 3 RBI. Julien Blancon went 2-for-2 with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. Mike Cavallaro struck out 7.
Roxborough 16, Kensington 6: Frank Legrady had 2 doubles and 2 RBI. John Beckman had 3 RBI and scored 4 times. Joe Tinneny had 4 hits.
Frankford 4, Masterman 1: Rafael "Omar" Cruz pitched a complete game, struck out 8 and walked three. Hector Cerda went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI.
Lansdale 8, Wood 2: Ian Conwell went 3-for-4 with a double and 1 RBI. Rick Norwood added 2 RBI. Jon Motts had the win with six strikeouts.
Neumann-Goretti 6, Conwell-Egan 1: Mario DiFebbo went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Joe Kinee pitched 7 innings, allowed 5 hits, 2 walks and struck out 7.
Carroll 10, McDevitt 0: Jake Eichacker struck out 6 in 5 innings for the win. James Luskin went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI and a run scored. Matt Lafferty had 3 RBI and Matt Maerz went 2-for-3.
Penn Charter 8, Gtn. Academy 3: Kenny Koplove struck out 10 and walked four for the win. Steven Cohen went 3-for-4 with a run scored. Danny Hoy homered and doubled for GA.
Malvern 5, Episcopal 3: Billy "Moose" Ford posted the win with 3 strikeouts and no walks in 7 innings. His 2-run homer in the sixth inning gave Malvern a 4-2 lead. Joe Ravert went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI.
Haver. School 2, SCH Academy 0: Steve Fitzgerald had a 2-run homer in the third inning and Matt Galetta fashioned a 3-hitter.
Freire 14, Gratz 2: Joe Thomas went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI and 3 runs scored. A.J. Stewart posted the win with 7 strikeouts and 2 walks.
Boys’ Latin 7, Overbrook 4: Jon McDowell hit a 2-RBI triple in the third inning to take lead. He also had an RBI single in the 7th.
Franklin 8, Mastbaum 2: Emmanuel Young went 3-for-5 with 1 RBI. Brandon Davenport went 2-for-5 with 2 RBI and 1 run scored. Khalil Coles struck out 7 and walked 2 in the middle 3 innings while the Davenport brothers, Brandon (starter) and Bryan, went 2 apiece. Bryan recorded 3 looking Ks.
Olney 11, Furness 6: Jonathon Gonzalez went 4-for-5 with 1 RBI and 2 runs scored. Eduardo Herrera posted the win.
Del-Val 18, Science Leadership 5: Jelahn Williams was the winning pitcher and went 4-for-4 with 6 RBI and 5 runs scored. Charles Wright had 2 doubles, scored 4 runs and had 2 RBI. Ray Bravo had 4 RBI.
Eng. & Science 7, Bracetti 5: David Tucker struck out 7 in 7 innings to post the win. Walked 2.
Bartram 6, Lamberton 3: Bartram opened the game with 5 straight singles to score 3 runs. Rob Davis struck out 7 in 5 innings for the win. Leon Bynum had 15 strikeouts for Lamberton.
Southern 17, Dobbins 6: Dom Console was the winning pitcher and hit a double. Steve King hit a homer.
Saul 24, Germantown 2: Tyler Esbensen had 3 doubles, 2 walks, 6 RBI and a stolen base. Mike Moore hit a 2-run homer in the second and went 2 for 4 with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored.
Ryan 16, Judge 0: Bob Romano hit two homers -- two-run in the 1st; three-run homer in the 3rd.
SJ Prep 11, Roman 9: Skyler Mornhinweg went 2-for-4, scored twice and had 3 RBI. Kyle Gillen went 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored. Ryan Judge had the save with 2 strikeouts.
La Salle 10, Bonner 0: Kevin Long pitched five innings, walked one, allowed 2 hits and struck out 3. Tyler Kozeniweski had 2 RBI, 2 runs scored and a triple.
Frankford 11, Washington 6: Augusto "June" Ortega went 3-for-5 with four steals and three runs scored, and he pitched two shutout innings in relief. Hector Cerda got the win. Brandon Gonzalez' 2-run double keyed a 7-run fourth.
Esperanza 11, Fkn Towne 8: Esperanza rallied from a 7-0 deficit with a go-ahead homer by pitcher Ralphy Ramos. FTC’s Damian Padilla hit a grand slam.
GAMP 9, Masterman 3: Nick Carime hit a 3-run homer, Desmond Drummond had 3 RBI and Jacob Kurtz struck out 9.
Central 15, Edison 7: Julien Blancon collected 3 hits, 3 RBI and 2 runs scored while Gabe Buchanan added 2 hits and 3 RBI.
Prep Charter 4, Northeast 3: Keegan McCoskey doubled in the tying run in the 7th, and Mike Borelli (also recorded his 200th career whiff) drew a 2-out, bases-loaded walk in the 8th.
Phila. Academy 13, Kensington 5: Jorge Martinez doubled in support of pitcher Travis Vink.
Fels 13, Phila. Electrical 3: Ivory Waller hit a grand slam and Michael Moya had 3 hits, 3 RBI.
Bok 6, Lincoln 5: Derrick Gregg’s one-out triple scored Brandon Rivera in the home 7th.
Franklin LC 5, Bodine 2: Robert Kissling had 3 of FLC’s 4 hits, tripled twice, and drove in 3 runs.
Neumann-Goretti 8, C-E 0: Joey Gorman pitched a 2-hit shutout with 7 strikeouts and Joey Glennon drove in 2 runs.
Lansdale 13, Wood 2: Ian Conwell supported Matt Cress by going 3-for-4 with a triple, 3 RBI and 2 runs scored. Wood's John Santospago homered.
Esperanza 13, Edison 3: Ralphy Ramos went 2-for-2 with a double, 2 walks, 2 RBI, 2 steals, 2 raspberries on his wrists (incurred while diving for a ground-rule double) and 3 runs scored. Edison loaded the bases against Yamil Morera with no outs in the fourth and fifth, but posted just 1 run.
Masterman 11, Washington 4: Nate Vahedi blew away 12 in a complete game while Harry Taggart (2-for-3, 3 RBI) and Augie Legido (double, 2 RBI) paced the offense.
Fkn Towne 5, GAMP 1: Damian Padilla pitched a 4-hitter and tripled and Angel Lazu scored the go-ahead run on a steal of home.
Bok 8, Kensington 5: Derek Gregg whiffed 11 and went 4-for-4 with 2 doubles and 4 RBI. The Wildcats erupted for 5 in the home sixth.
West Phila. 22, Freire 19: No details.
Randolph 14, Straw. Mansion 8: Justo Rodriguez fanned 14 and walked 9 in a 3-hitter while Andrel Walker went 4-for-5 with a double, triple and 3 RBI.
Science Lead. 10, Univ. City 8: Raekwon Smith smacked a 2-run, 2-out homer to end it. Winner Ian McClendon had 2 hits, 2 RBI. Ethan Reese added 3 hits, 2 RBI. One of Jeff Schwartz' 3 steals was of home.
Bartram 19, King 17: Taj Ahmed went 3-for-5 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI and Quenzel Members had a 3-run double in the first as Bartram seized a 7-6 lead.
Lamberton 20, Gratz 4: Leon Bynum went 3-for-3 with a double, triple and 4 RBI. Tyrone Wilson (3-run) and Jordan Bynum (2-run) laced big doubles. Terrance Langford allowed 2 hits in 5 frames.
Franklin 7, Bracetti 5: Emmanuel Young hit a 3-run homer in the 2nd inning and Pontell Wright scored twice. Khalil Coles posted the win with 12 strikeouts in a 3-hitter.
University City 15, Gratz 5: Nakell Green went 3-for- with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored. He had an RBI double in the 1st and a 2-run single in the 4th.
Frankford 13, Central 2: Hector Cerda went 2-for-3 with 4 RBI. He knocked in 3 with a bases load triple in the 3rd.
King 6, Straw. Mansion 3: Zahir Firby posted the win with 11 strikeouts in 7 innings. He walked five and allowed 6 hits.
Roxborough 13, Fels 3: Ralph Martinez was the winning pitcher and hit a 3-run HR in the 1st.
Saul 13, Overbrook 2: Winner Tyler Calvitti struck out 9 in 5 innings. He also went 3-for-5 with 2 runs and 2 RBI.
Freire 9, Bartram 8: Will Weeks scored the go-ahead run on an RBI single by A.J. Stewart with 2 outs in the 6th. Stewart pitched 7 innings, struck out 9 and walked 5. He also went 3-for-4.
Olney 10, Eng. & Science 5: Pedro Rodriguez hit a triple and stole two bases. Johnathon Gonzalez went 3-for-3, reached base 4 times and scored 1 run. Eduardo Herrera scored twice.
Lamberton 15, Randolph 7: Leon Bynum pitched 7 innings, walked 0 and struck out 16. Jarvis Lynch went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI and 3 runs.
Furness 11, Germantown 6: Franco D’Agastino struck out 9 in 7 innings. Khaid Jones and Omar Asid each had a double and 2 RBI.
Mastbaum 16, Dobbins 6: Frank Quilles had 4 RBI, including a 3-run homer in the 4th inning. Joe Aponte went 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI.
Boys’ Latin 19, Southern 13: Jahlil Gregg had 2 hits and 4 RBI. Manny Fernandez went 2-for-4, scored 3 times and had 3 RBI. Marques DeLeon had 6 RBI for Southern.
Del-Val 21, West Phila. 5: Winner Melvin Green went 4-for-5 with 4 RBI and 4 runs scored.
Neumann-Goretti 12, Wood 0: Joe Kinee pitched 5 innings, struck out 8 and walked 3 while going 2-for-3 with 3 RBI. Josh Ockimey and Jimmy Kerrigan hit 3-run homers.
Judge 16, SJ Prep 6: The Crusaders rallied from a 5-0 deficit and scored 11 in the fourth after the first two batters made outs. Mike O'Hanlon, Ryan Mackiewicz (triple), Corey Kreamer and John Hearn (triple) all laced hits worth 2 RBI in the explosion. Chris Thompson allowed 1 run (unearned) in 4 relief innings to get the win. Tim Ross went 3-for-3 with a triple, 2 walks, 2 RBI. For Prep, Skyler Mornhinweg (2-run homer) and Shane Williams (3-run triple) accounted for the runs.
Bonner 7, Ryan 6: Jim Haley had the game-winning RBI in the 7th. Frank Saviski went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI. Ronnie Scull went 2-for-3 with 1 RBI.
Roman 9, O'Hara 6: Erik DeLone received support from William Dougherty (3 hits, double, 2 RBI, great defense) and Tom Carroll (homer).
Masterman 7, Franklin Towne 6: Jacob Nelson drove home the winning run. Josh Godbolt went 2-for-4 with 5 RBI while Joey Powell added 2 hits and an RBI.
Boys’ Latin 15, Mastbaum 8: Khalil Burr went 5-for-5 with 4 RBI and Antonio Harris went 6 innings and struck out 10.
Frankford 5, Esperanza 4: Augusto Ortega went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI and 2 stolen bases. Carlos Ramirez struck out 3 in 6 innings.
Prep Charter 8, Fels 2: Peter Piccoli went 3-for-3 with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored. Michael Borelli posted the win.
Central 9, GAMP 6: Anthony DeVito went 3-for-4 and drove in 3 runs. Christian "CJ" Walsh pitched a complete game and fanned 8.
Northeast 7, Phila. Academy 4: Manny Duran went 3-for-4. Howard Lynn had an RBI double in the 7th.
Swenson 12, Bodine 2: Hakeem Pearson went 3-for-5 with 3 RBI. John Fox struck out 9 and walked 2 in a complete game.
Edison 11, Washington 10: Frankie Gonzalez hit a triple, stole two bases and had 3 RBI. Jake Wright went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. Josh Fontanez scored 3 times.
Bok 7, FLC 5: Derek Gregg and Dylan Edmonds hit back-to-back singles in the 7th to put Bok ahead.
Kensington 6, Lincoln 6: The game was suspended in the 7th inning and will be resumed at a later date.
Neumann-Goretti 5, Wood 2: Joey Gorman lost his shutout in the seventh inning, but struck out 9 in a four-hitter. Mario DiFebbo's two-run single highlighted a three-run fourth.
Carroll 16, McDevitt 3: Steve Dengler’s 3-run homer opened the scoring, and Joe Sparacino and pitcher Jake Eichaker had 2 RBI each.
Bracetti 16, Dobbins 1: Alejandro Mejia had three hits and Kelvin Sebastian homered.
Overbrook 11, Furness 4: Winning pitcher Yvon "Buddy" Dessus went 3-for-5 with 3 runs scored and 3 RBI.
S. Mansion 12, Gratz 9: Mansion came back from down 7-3 behind Vernon Holt’s 6 RBI and Victor Stewart’s 7 strikeouts in relief.
Saul 19, Southern 4: Tyler Esbensen and Michael Moore had two triples each.
Franklin 12, E&S 2: Brandon Davenport struck out 12 in 6 innings, and Manny Young and Bryan Davenport homered.
Science Lead. 14, Randolph 4: Freshman Stephen White collected 2 singles, a double, 3 stolen bases and 3 runs scored.
Bartram 16, Univ. City 9: Matt Hutchinson threw a complete game with 17 strikeouts.
Germantown 11, Olney 8: Khary Redmond struck out 16 and added 2 singles, 4 RBI and 4 stolen bases.
Lamberton 9, Freire 2: Leon Bynum scattered 3 hits for the win.
Del-Val 14, King 6: No details.
Central 4, Masterman 3: Kyle Newcomb’s fifth-inning double drove in the winning run for soph righty Anthony DeVito. Mike Cavallaro went 3-for-3 with a double and scored twice. Harry Taggart's RBI triple highlighted Masterman's three-run second.
Fkn Towne 8, Edison 1: George Kline rapped 3 hits, scored twice and had 2 RBI.
Washington 12, Esperanza 7: Jake Wright went 4 for 5 with two doubles, and Gilad Metro added three singles.
Frankford 15, GAMP 0: Hector Cerda threw a three-inning one-hitter.
Lincoln 17, Swenson 8: Josh Pagan went 3 for 3 with 5 RBI and a double in support of Dylan Burke.
Northeast 12, Bodine 2: Steve Martinez scattered 5 hits and fanned 7, and Shahir Gates drove in 4 runs.
Fels 8, Franklin LC 5: Richard Alfonseca hit a first-inning grand slam for his first career homer.
Judge 11, SJ Prep 7: John Reyes had 3 RBI, and Tim Ross had 3 hits and scored 3 runs.
O’Hara 14, Roman 4: Devin McCann had 2 homers and 5 RBI, and Sean Rodgers added 3 hits and 2 RBI.
Bonner 7, Ryan 1: Joe Haley drove in 2 runs with a single and triple, and Ronnie Scull won his second decision.
Malvern 9, Penn Charter 3: Joe Ravert struck out 10 in 5 innings, and Drew Hayes and Nick Bateman had 2 hits and scored 2 runs each.
SCH Academy 6, Episcopal 3: Dan Hull posted 2 hits and 3 runs scored, and Matt Kozemchak fanned 10 in 4.2 innings.
Gtn. Academy 4, Haver. School 3: Matthew Dale got the pitching win, and Michael Perlmutter scored a run and knocked in another.
Washington 11, GAMP 10: Honock homered in Washington's five-run home seventh.
O’Hara 8, Judge 3: John Kane drove in 2 runs with 3 hits, and Nick Donovan had 3 hits and scored twice.
SJ Prep 9, Ryan 6: SJP scored 3 runs in the top of the 9th inning. Ryan Winton scored the winning run, and Skyler Mornhinweg and Kyle Gillen combined for 5 hits and 4 RBI.
La Salle 10, Roman 0: Dom Cuoci pitched a 5-inning 3-hit shutout, and Chris Melillo went 3 for 3 with 5 RBI.
Carroll 5, Lansdale 4: Dan Santoleri lined a 2-run double for a 5-0 lead, and threw out a runner trying to tie the game in the seventh.
Conwell-Egan 11, McDevitt 1: No details.
Malvern 9, SCH Academy 7: Joe Ravert poked two-run singles in the third and sixth innings, and got the save in relief of Billy Ford.
Haver. School 9, Penn Charter 2: Matt Galetta drove in two runs with three singles, Andrew Landolfi went 3-for-5, and Tom McCarthy added three RBI.
Gtn. Academy 9, Episcopal 1: Freshman John Aiello earned the win, and Dan Hoy and Michael Perlmutter had doubles.
La Salle 15, Roman 3: Kevin Long struck out 8 in 6 innings and Chris Melillo went 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs.
Carroll 7, Lansdale 5: Justin Roman went 3-for-3 with a home run in the 4th inning. Matt Lafferty pitched six innings, struck out 7 and walked 2.
Ryan 4, SJ Prep 3: Nick Cetento went 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBIs. Kyle Slawter struck out three and walked two in a complete game.
O'Hara 10, Judge 0: Mark Onimus got the win.
Eng. and Science 14, Dobbins 1: Scott Ervin went 3-for-4 with a triple and 4 RBI, and Ronald Vargas-Martinez pitched a two-hitter.
Freire def. Univ. City: Forfeit. UC won the game, 13-6, but used a pitcher who had not been given proper rest, per PIAA rules.
Overbrook 14, Germantown 7: Winning pitcher Shafeeq Coleman hit a 420-foot homer while going 3-for-3 with 3 RBI.
Del-Val 16, Gratz 1: Jelahn Williams threw a 4-inning no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and doubled twice. Charles Wright had 5 RBI.
Southern 5, Furness 2: Marques DeLeon drove in 3 runs with a single and double, and Stephen King allowed no earned runs with 11 strikeouts.
Bartram 27, S. Mansion 14: Deion Sanders had 4 of Bartram’s 26 hits, including 2 doubles, and drove in 6 runs.
Bracetti 13, Boys' Latin 0: Juan Roldan tossed a complete-game three-hitter, and Jorge Quinones drove in 3 runs.
Randolph 15, West Phila. 8: Brian Rodriguez’s first varsity pitching appearance resulted in 13 strikeouts in 5 innings, and Justo Rodriguez had 3 RBI.
Mastbaum 9, Saul 8: Zach Davalos drove in the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth. Mike Greenman fanned 12.
Olney 12, Franklin 0: Jean Carlos Leger pitched a three-hit shutout and also stole three bases. Pedro Regalado tripled and scored 3 runs, and Sergio Martinez singled and tripled for 3 RBI.
Lamberton 10, Science Lead 8: No details.
Northeast 10, Lincoln 9: Northeast rallied from 5-0 and 9-6 deficits. Starting pitcher Daquan Bohannan, not in the batting order as the game began, went 3-for-3 with two doubles, two RBI. Winning reliever Howard Lynn contributed a one-run single in the five-run fifth and an RBI double in the four-run sixth. Manny Duran went 4-for-4 with two RBI and Devin Rodriguez had two RBI singles. Lincoln's best hitters were Dylan Burke (3-for-4, two doubles, RBI) and Kevin Johnson (two RBI).
Masterman 8, Edison 1: Nate Vahedi pitched 7 innings, struck out 14 and walked 1. He drove in 2 runs on a single in the first inning. Harry Taggart had 3 RBIs.
Central 9, Washington 0: Andrew Foronda went 3-for-5 with a double and triple. Mike Cavallaro struck out 3 over 6 innings.
GAMP 8, Esperanza 6: John Hakun and Jacob Kurtz had RBIs in 7th inning. Jeff Bonvincin led off the inning with a triple and was knocked in by Hakun.
Swenson 8, Bok 2: Mike Amodei pitched a complete game, struck out nine and allowed four hits. Derek Gregg had a double for Bok.
Kensington 11, Franklin LC 5: Dylan Candelet went 2-for-3, drove in 3 runs and scored 3 times. Randy Lopez posted the win with 9 strikeouts.
Prep Charter 7, Phila. Academy 3: Mike Borelli hit a homerun and struck out 9 in 6 innings, allowing 1 run. Rob Freer went 3-for-4 with a double.
Phila. Elec. 18, Bodine 0: No details.
Frankford 16, Fkn Towne 10: Rafael Cruz slammed a homer, drove in 4, scored twice and finished 2-for-4. Kevin Montero and Eduardo Sanchez each went 3 for 5.
Overbrook 10, Olney 7: David Dorsey tripled and homered for three RBI, No. 9 hitter Markee Scott turned two singles into three RBI, and Yvon "Buddy" Dessus and Shafeeq Coleman combined to strike out 14.
Germantown 15, Southern 11: Khary Redmond had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored for Germantown, which rallied with seven sixth-inning runs.
Franklin 15, Dobbins 2: Brandon Davenport struck out 12, and Chris Sullivan drove in five runs with two singles and a triple.
Bracetti 14, Saul 2: Winner Jorge Quinones rapped three hits.
Del-Val 10, Bartram 0: Charles Wright pitched five innings of a six-inning no-hitter, posting 11 strikeouts and five walks.
Mansion 6, Freire 3: Vernon Holt pitched a complete-game one-hitter, went 3-for-3, drove in two runs and stole six bases.
Boys' Latin 8, Eng. and Science 5: Jahlil Gregg scored twice and drove in two runs, and Omar Ortiz fanned 10 in a complete game.
Furness 12, Mastbaum 8: Marshall Drummond rapped three singles, drove in four runs and scored twice.
Science Leadership def. West Phila.: The game was stopped after a half inning and forfeited. WP was using illegal bats and declined an offer to use SL's.
Randolph 16, King 10: No details.
Univ. City 9, Lamberton 2: No details.
Central 11, Fkn Towne 1: Wesley Doe doubled and tripled en route to four RBI and Anthony Devito got the win.
GAMP 8, Washington 3: The Pioneers used a six-run second to support Jacob Kurtz.
Masterman 17, Esperanza 13: Masterman led, 14-10, after three innings. Augie Legido (also a triple, three RBI), Joey Powell and Harry Taggart slammed homers.
Frankford 19, Edison 18: After Edison posted four runs in the visiting seventh, Frankford answered with a five-spot. Eduardo Sanchez (double) and Brandon Gonzalez halved eight hits, six RBI.
Fels 19, Kensington 0: Eliantonio Martinez twirled a four-inning no-hitter.
Swenson 15, Franklin LC 0: Jon Fox held the Bobcats to one hit in the four-inning tilt.
Phila. Academy 4, Roxborough 3: Brian Walsh got the win.
Northeast 12, Bok 10: The Vikings exploded for seven runs in the fourth, then held on as Bok rolled to seven in the final three frames.
Lincoln 8, Phila. Elec. 2: Dylan Burke fanned 14 and doubled.
Prep Charter 19, Bodine 3: Nick Heisler went 2-for-2 with four RBI and Ray Guinther (also four RBI) allowed just one hit with nine strikeouts in the four-inning game.
Olney 11, Dobbins 2: Verdy Castro earned the win.
Mastbaum 10, Germantown 9: Frank Quiles had a double and two RBI and Dio Perez scored the winning run in the home seventh on an error. Germantown's Khary Redmond doubled twice for two RBI.
Franklin 11, Boys' Latin 1: Bryan Davenport started the bottom of 1st with a homer and his brother, Brandon, fanned three in two innings of relief. Khalil Coles struck out seven in four frames and Pontell Wright cracked a two-run double.
Bracetti 7, Furness 5: Quinones went 2-for-4 with three RBI to make Sabastro a winner. Furness' Khalil Breedlove had two hits, two RBI.
Eng. and Science 7, Saul 5 (9 inn.): Scott Ervin went 3-for-5 with three RBI and his two-run single made it 7-5 in the visiting ninth. Doug Williams got the win.
Overbrook 6, Southern 1: 'Brook scored four of its runs in a six-run sixth on bases-loaded walks. Wakeen Gibson added an RBI single. Buddy Dessus (10 in five innings) and Shafeeq Coleman (six in two) combined for 16 strikeouts.
Del-Val 15, Freire 0: Charles Wright fanned nine in a three-inning one-hitter and Nick Dabney went 2-for-2 with a double and four RBI.
Randolph 20, Gratz 0: Junior righty Justo Rodriguez mowed down 15 in a five-inning no-hitter (one HBP) while Jeffery Eldrige (three hits, five RBI) and Malik Crawford (two, three) powered the offense.
King 12, Science Lead 0: Randolph Edwards fanned seven while allowing one hit over five innings and Isaiah Gregory's squeeze bunt keyed an eight-run first.
Lamberton 10, West Phila. 8: Jordan and Leon Bynum (six innings, 14 Ks) split the pitching and scored runs in the visiting eighth.
Straw. Mansion 1, Univ. City 0: Forfeit.