Miss the action yesterday? Take a look at who did what:
Harwich 10, Brewster 0
Senior southpaw Jason Inghram (William & Mary) pitched seven shutout innings for the Mariners (2-0), throwing a no-hitter through five as Harwich earned a lopsided win over the Whitecaps (1-1) last night. He ended the night with eight Ks and only two hits as he picked up his first win of the season. Veteran Ian Happ (Cincinnati) went 2-for-3 with one RBI, while newcomer Sal Annunziata (Seton Hall) drove three runs in and Anthony Hermeyln (Oklahoma) added to the score with two more RBIs as the Mariners’ offense announced themselves in the win. Dylan Silva (Florida St) took the loss for Brewster.
Hyannis 6, Cotuit 5
Hyannis (2-0) took the second one-run game in two days over the Kettleers (0-2), scoring two runs in the top of the ninth inning for the win. Local boy Bobby Melley (UConn) and Ben DeLuzio (Florida St) each contributed a pair of RBIs in the win, with returning pitcher Sarkis Ohanian (Duke) earning the win on the mound. The Kettleers saw 2-for-3 performances at the plate from Jake Fincher (NC State), DC Arendas (South Carolina Columbia), and Jeremy Taylor (East Tennessee St). The Harbor Hawks are now 2-0 over the Kettleers in the two teams’ cross-town rivalry, and carry the edge in the race for the Patriot’s Cup.
Falmouth 3, Y-D 0
Kevin McCanna (Rice) earned the win with four Ks and only one hit in six innings of work as the Commodores (1-1) chipped away at the Red Sox (0-2). Austin Afenir (Oral Roberts) came up big for Falmouth, going 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. Kevin Duchene (Ill-Champaign) took the loss for Y-D after allowing two runs.
Bourne 1, Orleans 0 (11 innings)
There was plenty of free baseball in Bourne as the Braves (2-0) and Firebirds (0-2) remained scoreless into the eleventh inning. Braves starter Eric Nyquist (Mercer) struck out three over his six innings of work, while the Firebirds saw a solid five inning, five K start from Tyler Honahan (Stony Brook). Billy Fleming (W. Virginia) plated Richard Martin Jr. (Florida) to edge the win over Orleans.
Wareham 13, Chatham 3
The Gatemen (1-1) exploded out over the As (1-1) in the middle innings as Wareham defeated the Anglers 13-3. Chatham tied the game up 3-3 in the fourth inning, but Wareham tacked a combined nine runs in the fifth and sixth to ensure the win. Keaton Aldridge (Memphis) hit a two-run homer in his first at bat of the game, and led his teammates with three RBI. Anthony Kay (UConn) earned the win while Michael Wallace (Fairfield) took the loss.