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     In a non league slugfest against the Chargers of Chariho, Deering's late game comeback fell short in a 12-9 loss.  
     Defensively, Deering, which banged out ten hits, committed seven errors allowing Chariho to score 12 runs. 
     Offensively, Deering, which scored seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to cut Chariho's lead to 11-9, received contributions from Troy Lavoie (one double, two walks, and two runs scored, Drew Doran (one r.b.i.), Matt Masse (two singles and one run scored), Tony Correia (one single), Rich Grenier (two walks), Chris Stafford (two run double), Antonio Rei (three singles and one run scored), Jeff Cyr (one double and one run scored), Anthony Indeglia (one walk and one run scored), Jon Skurka (one walk, one run scored, and one r.b.i.), Evan Barrera (single, walk, one run scored, and one r.b.i.), and Ray Zincone (one single, one run scored, and one r.b.i.).
     Rich Grenier, who allowed only one free pass to the 14 batters he faced,  allowed two earned runs on four hits in two innings of work.  Evan Barrera allowed only one run and one hit in two innings of work and Drew Doran allowed only one unearned run on two hits in two innings of work. 
     In a non league game against Davisville, the Junior Wizards of Deering lost 5-3. 
     Although Deering out hit Davisville, 6-4, they could not manage the timely hit often enough.   
     Offensively, Deering received contributions from Ryan O'Kelly (single, double, and one run scored), Matt Masse (two singles and one r.b.i.), Tony Correia (one single), Evan Barrera (one single and one run scored), Anthony Indeglia (one run scored and one walk), Rich Grenier (one walk), Rich McNeil (one walk), and Chris Stafford (one single and two r.b.i.'s).
     Deering received solid pitching from several players.  Kyle Beck allowed on earned run on two hits while striking out two in the first two innings.  Ryan O'Kelly allowed only one run while striking out two batters in two innings of work.  Matt Masse allowed only one earned run on one hit in one inning of relief.  Tony Correia struck out two in one inning of work and Ray Zincone allowed only one hit in one inning of work. 
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WWBRL: 2009 Rosters Updated

Posted by Richard Grenier at Apr 10, 2009 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Consensus from most of our executive board and managers was forego a second draft (re-draft) and adjust the rosters.  The rosters are now official for the 2009 season.  Good Luck to everyone participating the WWBRL!

Below is the official rosters for 2009. 

 

 

Team 1 (TBA)

 

Adams

Brandon

16

Berry

Forrest

16

Bourque

Alex

16

Cruz

Eric

15

Machado

Alex

15

Russell

Richard

15

Sechio

Cam

15

Boisclair

Brian

14

Castaldi

Anthony

14

Costa

Jeff

14

Mathews

Steven

14

Thornton

James

14

Tucker

Chase

14

Chambers

Dan

13

Menard

Jonathan

13

 

Average Age

14.53

 

Team 2 (Rockies)

 

Moon

Thaddeus

16

Genest

Cam

15

Skurka

David

15

Waterman

Danny

15

DeCesare

Matthew

14

Motroni

Max

14

Ponce

Jordan

14

Doran

Andrew

13

Hebert

Andrew

13

Kaplan

James

13

Lavoie

Troy

13

Leso

Richard (RJ)

13

Masse 

Matt

13

Peterson

Matt

13

Stafford

Chris

13

 

Average Age

13.8

 

Team 3 (Mets)

 

Senra

Nick

16

Franklin

Chris

15

LaCroix

Nathan

15

Morrison

John

15

Coffua

Ross

14

Carew 

Connor

14

Grandchamp

Nathan

14

Grenier

Richard

14

Lawton

Ryan

14

Lawrence

Jesse

14

Brever

Ryan

13

Constant

Matt

13

Goddard 

Ryan

13

O'Kelly

Ryan

13

 

Average Age

14.1

 

Team 4 (Red Sox)

 

Brown

John

16

Melvin

Kurtis

16

Reed 

Brent

16

Correia

Sean

15

Desrosiers

Tyler

15

Bisceglio

Dominic

14

Brown

Matthew

14

Clapp

Mike

14

Correia

Tony

14

Courtemanche

Steven

14

DeSchane Zach 14
LaChapelle Andrew 14
Rei Antonio 14
LaChapelle Sam 13
Travers AAron 13
  Average Age 14.27
  Team 5 (Rays)  
Hancock Aaron 16
Kornstein Evan 16
Tallo Devan 16
Frey  Stephen 15
Tallo Scott 15
Allen Zach 14
Casey  Alex 14
Chan Brian 14
Colanduono Joe 14
Cyr Jeff 14
Pena Roberto 14 
Stewart Nathan 14
Beck Kyle 13
Charon Ryan 13
Henseler Ryan 13
  Average Age 14.35

 

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JV Baseball: WWJV wins league opener, 5-1!

Posted by Richard Grenier at Apr 10, 2009 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

     Led by the pitching of juniors Amine Malki and Kurtis Melvin, the Wizards JV won their league opener, 5-1, over the Mariners of Narragansett.  The junior tandem, who recorded 16 strikeouts, simply overpowered the freshman & sophomore line up of the Mariners. 

    Malki, who threw 42 of his 63 pitches for strikes, struck out nine, walked two, and allowed no hits in four innings of work.   Melvin, who worked the final three innings, struck out seven and allowed only three hits. 

     In the bottom of the first inning, Domenic Bisceg led off with a single, stole second base, and scored on a triple by Garrett DeBlois.  Deblois, later scored on Matt Grosso's r.b.i. single for a 2-0 lead.

     In the bottom of the fourth inning, the Wizards added on two more runs.  After Kurtis Melvin and Jim Thornton both singled, Nate Lacroix followed with an infield grounder which was misplayed allowing Melvin to score.  Chris Viveiros followed with a single moving Thornton to third.  Thornton, then, scored on Cam Genest's r.b.i. groundout. 

     In the fifth inning, Matt Grosso singled with two outs, moved to second on an error, and scored on Thornton's second hit of the game. 

     Offensively, the Wizards received hits from Dom Bisceglio (2/3, one double), Max Motroni (1/3), GarrettDeBlois (2/3, one triple, 1 r.b.i.), Matt Grosso (2/3, 1 r.b.i.), Kurtis Melvin (1/3), Jim Thornton (2/3, 1 r.b.i.), and Chris Viveiros (1/3).

     Defensively, the Wizards received a solid game from catcher Nick Carney (two foul pop-ups).  Also, the Wizards received a great play from first baseman, Brent Reed, who threw a strike to third baseman, Nate Grandchamp to cut down a runner.


   

     In a league game against Narragansett, the Wizards, who had built a 6-1 lead after two innings, allowed the Mariners to come from behind and defeat them, 8-6.

     In the top of the first inning, the Wizards jumped out to a 3-0 lead courtesy of one walk, one error, one hit batsman, two hits, and a sacrifice fly.  Dillon Coffua reached on an error to lead off the game and moved to second on Sam Williamson's single to centerfield.  After a pop out, Richard Lizotte walked to load the bases.  Coffua scored after Charley Parent was hit by a pitch.  After Tim Parente drove in Williamson with a single, Lizotte scored on a Chris Morrison sacrifice fly to right field. 

     In the bottom of the second inning, the Wizards scored three more runs for a 6-1 lead.  Coffua led off the inning with a walk, stole second, and moved to third on Sam Williamson's second hit of the game.  After Derek Strizinger retired the next two batters on a pop up and strikeout, Charley Parent was hit by a pitch, loading the bases for Tim Parente.  The junior outfielder wasted no time in delivering a timely hit; he took the first pitch and doubled down the left field line, scoring Coffua and Williamson.  Parent scored the sixth run when Chris Morrison's grounder to third was misplayed. 

     The Wizards, however, put it in neutral for the remainder of the game by leaving ten runners stranded over the last five innings (15 for the game). 

     While the Wizards stopped producing timely hits, the Mariners methodically came back before taking the lead, 7-6, with four runs on four hits (one home run & one double) and two errors in the bottom of the fifth inning. 

     Offensively, the Wizards, who had nine hits in the game, received contributions from Jeff Sampaio (1/3), Derek Hebert (two walks and one hit batsman), Chris Morrison (1/3, 1 r.b.i.), Tim Parente (2/4, one double, 3 r.b.i.'s), Charley Parent (two hit batsmen, one walk, one run scored, and 1 r.b.i.), Rich Lizotte (2/4, one double, one run scored), Aaron Richards (1/3, one walk and one hit batsman), Sam Williamson (2/5, two runs scored), and Dillon Coffua (two runs scored). 

     Starting pitcher Richard Lizotte, who allowed only four runs in four innings, struck out three while throwing 49 of 75 pitches for strikes.  Senior reliever, Zane Legault, pitched out of a sixth inning jam by inducing a pop up and fly out, leaving two Mariner runners stranded. 

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