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7/17 CCBL Recap

07/18/2018 2:15 PM

Article By: CCBL Public Relations Office

7/17 CCBL Recap

Harwich (14-17-1): 11
Cotuit (13-15-2): 3

Harwich put up all eleven runs in the first four innings, including a six-run fourth inning to take an 11-0 lead over the Kettleers. In this offensive explosion, the Mariners collected seven hits to score the six runs, which featured four RBI singles and a two-run double from Matt Gorski. Harwich hit six doubles in the game, cruising to a win on Tuesday evening. Cotuit was able to score three in the sixth to close the gap a little, but not nearly enough to catch the Mariners.

WP: Will Matthiessen (1-1)
LP: Bryce Bonnin (0-1)

Notable Performances:


    Andre Lipcius (Tennessee): 4-4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 3 R
    Matt Gorski (Indiana): 2-3, 2B, 3 RBI, BB, R
    Will Matthiessen (Stanford): 5.0, 0 R, 6 H, 5 K, 2 BB


    Thomas Dillard (Ole Miss): 1-2, RBI, 2 BB

Bourne (13-16-1): 4
Hyannis (17-10-2): 8

In the second inning, Hyannis scored four runs including a two-run triple from Davis Wendzel. The Braves fought back in the third when Jared Triolo and Spencer Brickhouse hit back to back RBI single, Triolo later coming in to score on a wild pitch to make it a 4-3 ball game. The Hawks went on to take a 6-3 lead after Matthew Barefoot singled to bring in Wendzel in the fourth and again in the sixth. Bourne did get one back in the seventh, but Hyannis scored two more in the eighth to finish off the Braves.

WP: Riley Self (2-0)
S: Keegan James (1)
LP: Harrison Rutkowski (0-2)

Notable Performances:


    Jared Triolo (Houston): 1-2, 2 RBI, BB, R
    Tyler Fitzgerald (Louisville): 2-5, 2B, 2 R


    Davis Wendzel (Baylor): 4-5, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, SB, 4 R
    William Holland (Auburn): 3-4, 3B, 2 RBI, BB

Brewster (8-21-3): 8
Chatham (15-14-2): 6

Brewster jumped on Chatham early, scoring two runs in the first on a Brandon Martorano two-run homer and two in the second on a two-run home run from Ray Alejo. The Anglers got on the board with a run in the fourth inning. The Whitecaps erased this run with a four-run fifth inning to go up 8-1 on the Anglers. Chatham went on to get back two of those runs in the bottom of the fifth, and they rallied in the eighth inning for three runs to make it 8-6, but they could not cross a couple more runs to tie things up.

WP: Conor Grammes (2-0)
S: Carson Coleman (1)
LP: Jack Conlon (2-1)

Notable Performances:


    Brandon Martorano (UNC): 2-5, 2B, HR(2), 2 RBI, R
    Ray Alejo (UCF): 1-4, HR(1), 2 RBI, BB, SB, R

    John Rave (Illinois St.): 2-5, HR(3), 2 RBI, R
    Jorge Arenas (Stetson): 2-4, 2 2B, 2 RBI, R

Yarmouth-Dennis (19-8-4): 5
Orleans (12-18-1): 2

Y-D is riding a hot streak, winning their last five games and heading into the all star break in a good spot in the East. Tuesday night they were able to jump on the Firebirds early and often, scoring all five of their runs in the first three innings of the contest. In the first inning they scored a run on an error, then two more crossed on a Nick Quintana double to take the 3-0 lead. Patrick Bailey picked things back up in the third inning, doubling to score Reese Albert, then coming around to score on a Christian Koss single to go up 5-0. Jaxx Groshans singled for Orleans and drove in JJ Bleday in the fourth to cut the lead to 5-1. Groshans again singled in the sixth inning to right field, and drove in Spencer Steer to score their only runs of the game.

WP: Brant Hurter (2-1)
S: Ryne Nelson (4)
LP: Levi Stoudt (0-2)

Notable Performances:


    Brant Hurter (GATech): 5.0, 1 R, 6 H, 5 K
    Nick Quintana (Arizona): 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI


    Jaxx Groshans (Kansas): 3-4, 2 RBI

7/18 CCBL Schedule

12:00 PM

    WAR - Ryan Garcia (1-0)
    HYA - Houston Roth (0-0)

5:00 PM

    WAR - TBD
    BRE - Chris Murphy (1-2)

6:00 PM

    CHA - John McMillon (0-0)
    HYA - Zach Kohn (1-0)

    Y-D - Tommy Mace (1-0)
    BOU - Justin Lasko (2-1)

6:30 PM

    COT - John Baker (3-2)
    HAR - Tyler Baum (0-0)

7:00 PM

    FAL - Mitchell Stone (0-1)
    ORL - Kade Mechals (1-0)