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Crusaders Beat All Hallows

Posted Saturday, April 09, 2011 by NY Post.com
Stepinac 10, All Hallows 8: At All Hallows, Vincent Narog had three RBI for the Crusaders. Teammate Skylar Mercardo  added two RBI.s

NY Post article:

Legendary coach Ron Patnosh retired in June with 1,080 career wins and on Friday afternoon his replacement, Marc DeLuca, picked up career victory No. 1 as St. Raymond defeated Cardinal Spellman, 3-2 in a CHSAA Class AA regular-season game.

The Mount St. Michael alum was supposed to make his regular season coaching debut Thursday against his alma mater, but the game was postponed because of inclement weather.

“It felt great to get the first one under my belt and it was even more special after the last out when the guys gave me the game ball,” DeLuca said. “I don’t think the kids realize how much this means to me.”

 

Jon Crucey belted a two-run home run, Freddy Gonzalez allowed one earned run in five innings to get the victory, while Colon earned a two-inning save for the Ravens, ranked No. 5 in the CHSAA by The Post.

“Manny [Rivera] set the tone with a single and Crucey followed with a line drive home run,” said DeLuca, who also saved the lineup card. “Freddy threw the ball very well and Colon came in to close the door.”

St. Francis Prep 9, Holy Cross 0: Taso Stathopoulos pitched a complete-game, two-hitter, Gabe Gonzales had a bases-loaded double in the second, Chris Cannon went 2-for-2 with another home run and two walks, Jason Perrone was 2-for-3 with a double, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored, Jordan Colflesh had a double and two RBIs and Steve Ellis drove in a run to lead St. Francis Prep (2-0) against Holy Cross (0-1) Friday afternoon.

Monsignor Farrell 3, Regis 1: Nick Thorgersen went the distance for Monsignor Farrell (1-0), allowing one earned run on five hits with seven strikeouts, Mike Murphy drove in Mike Viegas for the game’s first run, Nick Manzione had a two-out double and Dom Camerada added a run-scoring single in the Lions three-run fourth. No. 8 Regis falls to 0-2.

Archbishop Stepinac 10, All Hallows 8: Vinny Narog had three RBIs, Skylar Mercado drove in two runs and Frank Destefano, Nick Euvino and Manuel Lara each had an RBI apiece to lead No. 7 Archbishop Stepinac (2-1), which raced out to an 8-0 lead. James Norwood, who had a three-run home run and an RBI double, keyed a remarkable comeback for No. 10 All Hallows (1-1), which scored eight runs in the final three innings.

St. Joseph by the Sea 7, Cardinal Hayes 1: Anthony Battaglia allowed two hits and struck out 11 through six innings and was 2-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI as No. 1 St. Joseph by the Sea (2-0) broke a scoreless tie with five runs in the fifth inning. Mike Leone added two hits for the Vikings. Hayes fell to 0-2.

Bishop Ford 8, Christ the King 3: Helbert Estevez allowed one earned run on three hits, striking out one with two walks in five innings and Nelson Lopez gave up one run on one hit, striking out two with five walks in two inning of relief for Bishop Ford in both team’s regular-season opener. Will Garces was 3-for-3 with an RBI-double and two runs scored, Brandley Torres was 2-for-2 with two runs scored, Matt Caraballo was 2-for-3 with an RBI and Andrew King doubled and scored for the Falcons, which broke the game open with three runs in each the fifth and sixth innings.

OTHER SCORES

Archbishop Molloy 2, Monsignor McClancy 0

Xaverian 8, St. Edmund Prep 0


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