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Jopling, Krawczyk lead Dupont VFW to two victories

PT Red Sox’s LaSota wins pitcher’s duel with Marcum’s Dobbs

Greater Pittston LL

Dupont VFW 14, West Side Auto 0

Kevin Krawczyk tossed a four-inning no-hitter to help lead Dupont VFW past West Pittston West Side Auto 14-0.

Krawczyk had four strikeouts, scattered four walks, and picked up his fourth win of the season. He also added three hits.

Anthony Zimmerman had a big day at the plate for Dupont, scoring three runs, and collecting three hits, including his first home run of the season.

Aidan Jopling and Brian Miller each added three hits.

Dupont VFW 11, Exeter Yankees 2

Dupont VFW picked up its 12th win of the season by defeating the Exeter Yankees 11-2.

Aidan Jopling collected his seventh win of the year by striking out 10 in 4.2 innings of work.

Leading hitters for Dupont were Walter Coles with two hits, three RBI, and Kevin Krawczyk with three hits and three runs scored.

For the Yankees, Colin Barletta had two hits, and a run scored, and Kyle Musto had a hit and an RBI.

PT Red Sox 2, W/WW Marcum 0

Justin LaSota struck out seven and pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout to lead Pittston Twp. Dr. Jeff Walker’s Red Sox to a 2-0 win over Wyoming/West Wyoming Marcum Motors.

Trevor Tigue led the Sox offense with two hits.

Aaron Dobbs went the distance for Marcum Motors, striking out ten and allowing only four

K of C 9, Pittston Legion 9

Pittston’s Knights of Columbus defeated Pittston’s Sons of American Legion, 9-8, for the City Championship last week.

In a great game by both teams, the Knights’ Holden Prescott got the win and John Brady had a nice outing on the mound. Brady also had three hits, including the game-winner. Pat Mitchell crushed his first homerun of the season for K of C, and Dylan Spurlin added two doubles.

Hitters for Sons of American Legion were Brandon Lucke, Tyler Jackson, Zack McCabe, and Jason Homschek.

JT Phillies 15, WP Jack’s 5

The JT Milazzo Phillies scored 14 runs in the third inning as they defeated West Pittston Jack’s, 15-5.

Getting multiple hits for the Phillies were Steve Shamnoski with a two-run home run and a single; Nick Allardyce with a triple and two singles; Ryan Zelonis with a triple and a single; Dom Stella with two doubles, and Jonathon Bone with two singles.

JT Phillies 5, Pittston Legion 4

Steve Shamnoski singled three times and Nick Allardyce doubled and singled as Jenkins Twp. Milazzo Phillies beat the Pittston City American Legion, 5-4.

Jonathon Bone, Dominic Stella, and Johnny Jones all hit two singles with the last one by Jones coming in the bottom of the sixth inning to knock in the winning run. Zach Mlodzienski doubled and Vito Quaglia singled to add to the Jenkins offense.

For Pittston, Chris Smitely, Robbie Wychock, and Zach McCabe all had an extra base hit, while Tyler Jackson, Brandon Lucke, and CJ Pisack added singles.

JT Phillies 6, A/D VFW 1

Johnny Jones smashed two doubles and a single to lead the JT Milazzo Phillies to a 6-1 win over Avoca/Dupont VFW.

Jonathon Bone singled twice and Zach Mlodzienski belted a two-run homer. Also hitting for Jenkins were Santo Insalaco, Dominic Stella, Steve Shamnoski, and Nick Allardyce. Allardyce went five and two thirds innings, while Shamnoski finished the game combining to allow just three hits to Aidan Jopling, Chris Merithew, and Kevin Krawczyk.

JT Phillies 9, JT Giants 3

Zach Mlodzienski went the distance for the win and singled twice as Jenkins Twp. Milazzo Phillies beat the Jenkins Twp.

Dominic Stella doubled twice and singled for the Phils. Johnny Jones hit two singles and a double, and Ryan Zelonis, Vito Quaglia, Jonathon Bone, Steve Shamnoski, and Nick Allardyce all had base hits.

For the Giants, Jonathan Winters and Nick Prosiak had three hits apiece and Cody Noone singled twice. Ivan Balavage doubled and Matt Havrilla, Joe Stella, Tyler Mozeleski, and Jacob Rutkowski all singled. Havrilla had a great outing on the mound for the Giants.

WP Pugliese 11, Pittston Legion 1

West Pittston Pugliese defeated Pittston American Legion, 11-1, as Dante DeLuca and Tony Saitta combined to throw a one-hitter.

The hot bats for Pugliese’s were Nardell, Saitta, Jurchak, Switzer, and DeLuca.

Pittston Legion’s hit came from Jackson.

K of C 12, WP Cinera’s 11

Pittston City’s Knights of Columbus outlasted West Pittston’s Cinera’s in extra innings, winning 12-11.

Pat Mitchell led the attack with 3 hits, including the game winner. Hunter Booth, Dylan Spurlin, Justin Fitzpatrick ,and Joe June all had 2 hits each. John Brady picked up the win on the mound.

Hitters for Cinera’s were Brian Miles, who had three hits, including a home run, Brad Barletta and P.J. Angeli.

Pittston Legion 10, W/WW Legion 6

Pittston Sons of American Legion beat the Wyoming/West Wyoming American Legion, 10-6 as Brandon Lucke went 4-for-4 with three doubles and a single.

The winning pitcher for Pittston was Robbie Wychock who had six strikeouts. Other hitters for Pittston included Tom .Jackson with a triple and two singles; Matt Costello with two singles, and Jason Homschek and Robbie Wychock with doubles.

Exeter Phillies 7, Avoca VFW 3

Using the combined pitching of Steve Homza and Ryan Shuleski, the Exeter Phillies defeated Avoca VFW by a score of 7-3. Homza and Shuleski scattered three hits over six innings while striking out 11

Sam Giordano blasted a grand slam for the Phillies, and Homza, Shuleski, Matt Wright, John McNeil, Mike Wall, and Morgan Coolbaugh all added hits

Hitting for Avoca VFW were Alex McAndrew, Albert Zuba, and Jacob Swartz.

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Bosak’s 9, Arcaro’s 6

Winning-pitcher Brendan Mozeleski smacked two hits, including a home run to lead Bosak’s to a 9-6 win over Arcaro’s.

Mike Cantarella and Brayden Walsh each added two hits for the winners.

Bosak’s 8 Post 306 0

Mike Cantarella smashed two doubles and picked up the win as Bosak’s shutout Post 306, 8-0.

Brayden Walsh and Paul Cariati each had two hits.

Mariotti’s 14, Honor Award 4

Lorenzo Febbo fanned eight as Mariotti Lumber beat Honor Awards, 14-4.

Ben Grochowski collected four hits, including a home run and a triple for the Lumberman, and Shane Smith and Cooper Califano also smacked four hits each, including three doubles.

Nasir Harris added two hits for the winners, and DJ Megotz chipped in with a double.

Mariotti’s 7, Post 306 6

Ben Grochowski struck out nine and added a triple, but it was Shane Smith who picked up the win in relief as Mariotti Lumber edged Post 306, 7-6.

Nasir Harris led the Mariotti offense with two hits.

Dupont Softball

Pierantoni Law 12, Sidel’s 0

Pierantoni Law evened their record with a 12-0 shutout of Sidel’s as Alyssa Davies pitcher a two-hitter and rung up12 strikeouts.

Liz Cappelloni had two hits and two RBI, and Davies added two hits and two RBI.

Lauren Robbins two hits and an RBI, and Madeline Moss added one hit and two RBI. Sam Rydzy added an RBI hit, and Ashley Scarantino and Taylor Eichler each chipped in with a hit.

Pierantoni Law 5, National Furnace 4

Pierantoni Law defeated Tripp Park National Furnace 5-4 as Alyssa Davies got the win with 12 Ks.

Madeline Moss and Taylor Eichler each had two hits and two RBI, and Liz Cappelloni added two hits and an RBI.

Pierantoni Law 4, Bitty Bill’s 1

Pierantoni Law won its fourth straight game defeating Bitty Bill’s 4-1 as Alyssa Davies tossed a four-hitter with 12 strikeouts.

Megan Karuzie and Dez Bella each had RBI hits, and Ashley Scarantino, Taylor Eichler and Liz Cappelloni each added hits.

Atlantic 10, Wagner’s 5

Atlantic Propane won its eighth straight with a 10-5 win over Tripp Park Wagner’s, as Kyla Klocko, Isabella Gorzkowski and Mackenzie Gable combined to pitch a no-hitter.

Kyla Klocko, Julianna Wayman, Bailey Jordan, and Lexi Felinski each contributed RBI singles. Kerry Shamnoski added a double.

Atlantic 9, Wagner’s 4

Julianna Wayman’s two-run homer sealed the victory for Atlantic Propane in a 9-4 win over Wagner’s.

Kyla Klocko pitched two-plus innings with six strike outs to earn the victory. Mackenzie Gable had four strikeouts in relief.

Emilee Demarco’s two-base hit started the big inning for Atlantic to finish off Wagner’s. Bella Gorzkowski and Julianna Wayman led the offense with two hits and two RBI each. Klocko helped her own cause with two hits and two runs scored.

Atlantic 7, Haduck’s 6

Atlantic Propane rallied from four down to defeat Haduck’s Dance, 7-6 as Mackenzie Gable and Kerry Shamnoski blasted back-to-back home runs in the sixth inning.

Gable’s three-run homer knotted the game at 6-6 before Shamnoski gave Atlantic the lead. Bailey Jordan added an RBI single for the winners.

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