The wrap from yesterday’s games:
- Woodstock 1, Front Royal 0- with the run scoring in the first inning!
- New Market 12, Purcellville 9
- Waynesboro 7, Charlottesville 2
- Winchester 3, Strasburg 2 (12 innings)
- Covington 11, Staunton 2- Lumberjack pitchers walk 10 Staunton hitters… but give up only one hit.
Hitter of the Day
Our hitter of the day, in a close call, is New Market’s Jordan Crawford, from Southwestern Oregon Community College! Crawford went 4-5, with three runs, a double, home run, and three RBIs in New Market’s win. It was his third appearance this summer, and he’s a cool 5-9 so far at the plate. I think he might see some more time after this performance…
Others of Note
- Aidan Nagle, Woodstock: 2-4, the lone RBI
- Tyler Robertson, New Market: 3-6, two runs, double, stolen base
- James Bell, New Market: 2-3, run, RBI, walk
- Sotiero Ramirez, Purcellville: 2-4, two runs, RBI, walk, home run
- Luke Pectol, Purcellville: 2-5, run, two RBIs, home run
- Connor Cino, Waynesboro: 1-4, two-out grand slam in the top of the eighth to break a 2-2 tie
- Ryan Galanie, Strasburg: 3-5, run, RBI, walk, home run
- Austin Bulman, Winchester: 4-6, run, two RBIs, double, home run (A close second for HOD- he’s crushing it right now)
- Victor Castillo, Covington: 3-5, two runs, RBI, walk, double
- Nathan Becker, Covington: 3-6, run, RBI
- Ryan McCarty, Staunton: 0-2, run, three walks, two stolen bases
Pitcher of the Day
Also from New Market, our POD is Reed Mascolo, a freshman from Wake Forest. Mascolo had the highest game score, coming in with a 70 after throwing 6 2/3 innings, allowing four hits, two earned runs, two walks, and striking out 10 to earn the win. He’s now 1-1, 3.08 this summer, with a whopping 18 strikeouts in 11 2/3 innings pitched.
Others of Note
- Dylan White, Front Royal: Five innings, five hits, one earned run, two walks, five K’s, loss (GS: 56)
- Salvatore Ferro, Front Royal: Three shutout innings, two hits, no walks, four K’s
- Jose Varela, Woodstock: Five shutout innings, two hits, three walks, six K’s, win (GS: 66)- His game score came in second.
- Jamar Fairweather, Woodstock: Three shutout innings, three hits, no walks, three K’s
- Conor Miller, Woodstock: One shutout inning- save- Miller has four saves in four games, with a 0.00 ERA.
- Christian Worley, Charlottesville: Four shutout innings, one hit, one walk, three K’s
- Tyler Germanowski, Waynesboro: Two no-hit, shutout innings, two walks, three K’s
- Peyton Millirons, Waynesboro: Two no-hit, shutout innings, one walk, four K’s, win
- Daniel Ouderkirk, Strasburg: Three innings, four hits, no runs, one walk, four K’s
- Matt Bukavich, Strasburg: Two shutout innings, one hit, one walk, three K’s
- Jacob Shafer, Winchester: Five shutout innings, three hits, one walk, three K’s (GS: 63)
- Joseph Chavana, Winchester: Two shutout innings, one hit, one walk, three K’s, win
- Cooper Nelson, Covington: Three innings, no hit, no runs, two walks, five K’s
- Ty Barker, Staunton: 4 1/3 innings, two hits, one earned run, one walk, six K’s
- Staunton at Charlottesville 7 PM
- Purcellville at Front Royal 7 PM
- Waynesboro at Harrisonburg 7:30 PM
- Woodstock at New Market 7:30 PM