Active Inter-county baseball league over the weekend - Burlington still way down in the rankings.e

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July 25, 2016


That game started June 26th – got rained out and was completed Sunday – the Bandits took it by one more run than the other guys – 11-10 over the Kitchener Panthers. On the 26th, Burlington was leading 7-6 in the bottom of the sixth inning

The Bandits didn’t do as well in the second game at the Jack Couch Park.

IBL Jult 24In Game 2, Nivins homered, doubled and singled twice in the Panthers’ 12-3 win. Nivins drove in two and scored three runs. Gordner had four hits, four runs and three RBI, Whiteside doubled and drove in four and scored once, Interisano had two hits, an RBI and run, Sean Reilly went 2-for-4 with two runs, and Terrell Alliman drove in a pair.

Entenza went five innings for the win, scattering two runs on seven hits, striking out seven without issuing a walk.

Ejoh had three hits and an RBI to lead Burlington, which dropped to 9-23. Gideon singled, doubled and scored. Derek Zwolinksi (0-2) took the loss after giving up nine runs (seven earned) on 11 hits over six innings, walking four and striking out three.

Elsewhere in the league, the Leafs took the game over the Red Sox in the 10th inning

Sean Mattson’s two-out blast in the bottom of the 10th inning gave the Toronto Maple Leafs a 14-13 win over the Brantford Red Sox Sunday afternoon.

Mattson’s home run was his second of the game and seventh of the season. He added a three-run shot in the third inning and finished with five RBI and three runs. Justin Marra hit two solo home runs and scored four runs. Grant Tamane doubled twice, singled twice and drove in two, Jonathan Solazzo had a pair of RBI, Damon Topolie had three hits and an RBI, and Ryan White went 2-for-5 with an RBI and run. Matt Blair-Brown added two hits and scored twice, and Jon Waltenbury singled once and scored twice.

Adam Marra (1-1)earned the win, giving up one run on one hit while getting the last four outs. Marra didn’t strike out or walk anyone. Mike Wagner started and yielded seven runs on eight hits over six innings, walking five and striking out two.

Benjamin Bostick hit two of the Red Sox five home runs. Bostick added a single, double, four RBI and three runs. Ricky Murray homered and drove in five, Chris Dennis and Jeff Hunt combined for two hits, two RBI and five runs, Dennon Koziol had an RBI, and Josh McCurdy had two hits and a run.

Matt Betts (3-1) took the loss, giving up two runs on one hits without registering an out in the 10th inning. Starter Riley Barr went five innings and allowed seven runs on 10 hits, striking out six and walking one.

The win was Toronto’s third straight, as the fifth-place Leafs improved to 18-16. Fourth-place Brantford fell to 19-14.

The Barrie Baycats’ bats came alive in a 10-1 win over the Guelph Royals Sunday night.

Eight different Barrie players had at least one hit, and the Baycats pounded out 18 hits overall.

Ryan Spataro had four hits and scored three runs, Kyle DeGrace went 1-for-4 with three RBI, Jordan Castaldo had three hits and three RBI, Kevin Atkinson doubled twice, singled and drove in a run, Jeff Cowan singled, doubled and scored, and Glenn Jackson added three hits, two runs and an RBI.

Emilis Guerrero (4-1) picked up the win, giving up an unearned run on two hits over seven innings, striking out eight and walking one.

AJ Mackey (2-6) took the loss for Guelph, surrendering four runs on nine hits over four innings, striking out four and walking three.

At the plate, Kyle Alarcon doubled as the Royals mustered just three hits.

Third-place Barrie improved to 23-10, and seventh-place Guelph dropped to 7-26 after its fifth straight loss.

In Hamilton the London Majors beat the Hamilton Cardinals 6-5 Sunday afternoon.

RJ Fuhr, Michael Ambrose and Byron Reichstein each had two hits and an RBI as the second-place Majors improved to 24-9. Humberto Ruiz had an RBI, and Keith Kandel singled once and scored twice.

Cory Hammond (4-1) threw 6.2 innings of one-hit ball but walked nine Hamilton hitters. Hammond was charged with five runs (one earned) and struck out five.

Byron Runyon threw 2.1 no-hit innings to preserve the win, walking three and striking out two for his second save.
Marcus Dicienzo had the Cardinals’ lone hit, a single to start the sixth.

Russ Burroughs (1-4) took the loss, giving up a run on three hits in 1.1 innings, striking out one.

Starter Robert Wilson went 3.1 innings and gave up two runs on three hits, walking nine and striking out two.

Last-place Hamilton fell to 7-27.

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