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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 10, 2016 7:29 am

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Baseball Falters Day One of Weekend Series at Castleton



CASTLETON, Vt. – University of Maine at Farmington baseball (8-6, 1-3) dropped Saturday’s doubleheader at Castleton University (10-9, 4-2) with a 5-1 North Atlantic Conference loss in the first game and 8-0 loss in the second game at Spartan Field.



UMF had plenty of chances in the first game, including two innings with the bases loaded and could not find a timely hit.



Grayson Beressi (Falmouth, Maine/Falmouth) drew a leadoff walk in the top of the second inning and moved into scoring position after stealing season. With one out in the inning, the Beavers left Beressi stranded at second after a pair of strikeouts.



In their next round of at-bats, Sean Cabaniss (Vassalboro, Maine/Erskine Academy) drove a one-out triple to right field but was left 90 feet from home plate after the Beavers were fanned by two more strikeouts.



Castleton made it hurt in the bottom of the third inning with the game’s first two runs. The Spartans lined an RBI single and after a bases loaded hit-by-pitch, the Spartans held a 2-0 lead.



In the fourth and the fifth inning, the Beavers loaded the bases but two groundouts killed any momentum, including an inning-ending double play in the fourth.



UMF cut the deficit in half when Jimmy Parks (Springvale, Maine/Sanford) roped a two-out double down the left field line in the top of the sixth inning. Mark Leahy (Rochester, N.H./Spaulding) started the rally with a single before hustling all the way from first on Parks’ double.



The Spartans added three more runs in the bottom of the sixth with two RBI singles and a sacrifice fly.



In the second game, Castleton jumped out early with three runs in the first inning thanks to a leadoff home run and a two-run double. The Spartans spread five more runs across the next five innings.



UMaine-Farmington wraps up the weekend series at Castleton with a doubleheader on Sunday.
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Eagles Sweep Final Two Games of Weekend Against Hornets, 6-2, 16-1

BANGOR, Maine — The Husson University baseball team finished off Lyndon State College in the final two games of a four game doubleheader weekend Saturday afternoon in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) play at the Dr. John W. Winkin Complex. The Eagles (11-9, 6-2 NAC) have won their fourth straight game at home, while the Hornets (3-13, 0-4 NAC) look to bounce back after their sixth straight loss on the season.

Game 1

The Eagles came out swinging in the bottom of the first as Andrew Curran doubled to left field and a JT Whitten single brought Curran in for the early lead. Julien Boone tripled and Zach Sugar singled in the first as well.

The Hornets gave a response as Aaron Catalani, Nathan Stewart, and Ryan Cordeiro all singled in the top of the second which cut the lead to 3-2. The Eagles scored their final three runs as Boone had a two-run RBI single brining in Whitten and Mike Wong to the home plate, while Sam Huston had an RBI single to make the final score 6-2.

For Husson Boone was 2 for 3 with a couple RBI's, while Huston was 2 for 3 with an RBI as well. Curran, Maguire, Sugar, and Whitten all tallied hits on the day. Ben Walls pitched a complete seven-inning game and was credited the win allowing six hits, two runs, and one walked batter.

For the Hornets Reece Tanguay, Devin Rollins, Catalani, each had a hit on the day while Michael Pena, and Jake Jourdain each had an RBI single in an attempt to cut the Eagle lead. Ben Rollins was credited the loss for the Hornets as he pitched 4.1 innings allowing six hits, six runs, six errors, and two walked batters.

Game 2

The two teams were battling in the first few innings, making the score a 2-1 Eagles lead, but shortly after Husson put up seven runs with five hits just in the bottom of the third inning alone. Sugar and Huston all had RBI singles, while Christian Corneil had a triple in left field to bring in two runs for the Eagles as well.

Lyndon was silent for the rest of the innings as they could not come up with an answer as they were down 12-1 after five complete. In the bottom of the sixth, Husson put the final four runs on the board from a Ryan Rebar RBI single, while Dylan Graffam had a two-run RBI triple making the final score 16-2 in favor of the Eagles.

Ryan Allender was credited the win on the day as he pitched four innings and allowed four hits, one run and walked one batter.

For the Hornets, John Boulay pitched 2.1 innings and allowed two hits, five runs, five errors, and two batters walked. Mike Raimondi gave up four hits, four runs while Shane LaCroix gave up five hits, four runs and a walked batter.

Lyndon State will travel to New England College on Monday, April 11 for a double header conference matchup with a start time of 2:00 p.m. Husson will be back in action at Southern Maine on Tuesday, April 12 for a start time of 3:30 p.m.. The Eagles will then head to Maine-Farmington for a double header conference matchup Wednesday, April 13 at 1:00 p.m.
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Baseball Splits Doubleheader at Colby-Sawyer

NEW LONDON, N.H. --- The Colby-Sawyer College and Thomas College baseball teams split a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) doubleheader on a cool and breezy Saturday afternoon. Thomas earned a come from behind 6-2 win in game one, while the Chargers came back to win the second game in eight innings, 3-2.

Colby-Sawyer goes to 7-7 overall and 4-2 in the NAC, while Thomas goes to 9-9 overall and 4-4 in conference play. The two teams will complete their four-game series Sunday with another doubleheader. First pitch for game one is slated for noon at Kelsey Field.

GAME ONE – Thomas 6, Colby-Sawyer 2
Each starting pitcher held the opposing team off the scoreboard for the first five and a half innings. The Chargers finally broke through in the bottom of the sixth on an RBI single up the middle by junior Jackson Musco.

Thomas then put across six runs in the top of the seventh with the big hit coming from senior Matt Romandetti (Palm Bay, Fla. / Palm Bay). Romandetti pinched hit with the bases loaded and ripped a ball down the right field line to plate a pair. Senior Nik Beeson (Manchester, N.H. / Trinity) also had a two-run hit in the inning to put the Terriers up 6-1.

Colby-Sawyer got a run back in the bottom half of the inning on a bases loaded walk by Liam Datres de la Blotier, but closer Dominic Esposito (jr., Portland, Maine / Deering) got a pop-up to end the game.

Senior Isiah Fleming (Fairfield, Maine / Lawrence) got the win for Thomas, going 6 2/3 innings without allowing an earned run. Esposito earned his fourth save of the season. Chris Mitchell Jr. (Avon, Mass.) took the loss after 6 1/3 innings with four hits.

GAME TWO – Colby-Sawyer 3, Thomas 2 (8 inn.)
The momentum Thomas created at the end of game one carried into game two as the first three Terriers reached base courtesy of a Derek Kane (sr., Natick, Mass. / Natick) single and a pair of Charger errors. Colby-Sawyer was able to regroup, however, getting out of the frame without allowing a run.

The Terriers had a runner reach in the second and third innings and had two runners in scoring position with none out in the fourth, but could not capitalize.

Thomas finally grabbed a 2-0 lead in the fifth inning. Kane knocked in senior Anree Benitez (Orlando, Fla. / University) with an RBI single to center field, then scored on a sacrifice fly by sophomore Alex Curtis (Monmouth, Maine / Monmouth Academy).

Colby-Sawyer evened the game in the bottom half of the same frame as Brendan Thurber was hit by a Matt Rutherford (so., Saco, Maine / Thornton Academy) pitch with the bases loaded and Jeff Dunn scored when Tim Donovan laid down a sacrifice bunt. Neither run was earned as the inning was prolonged by a couple of Rutherford errors.

After both sides went down in order in the sixth, Kane gave the Terriers a base-runner in the seventh with a one-out single to right field. The potential rally was shut down quickly, however, as CSC starter Mike Bowse got Beeson to pop out to Donovan at short and Curtis to line out to Doug Avellino at second base to get out of the inning.

The Chargers failed to score off Rutherford in the bottom half of the inning, sending the game to extra innings.

Bowse was lifted to start the eighth in favor of reliever Andrew Carbone, who pitched a perfect inning punctuated by a strikeout of Isaiah Arana (fr., Orlando, Fla. / Timber Creek) for the third out.

Rutherford had held Colby-Sawyer to just one hit through seven innings but was chased in the eighth after allowing a leadoff walk to Donovan and a one-out single to Musco that put runners on the corners.

Esposito was brought in and promptly got the second out of the inning as Donovan was tagged out at home when Avellino hit into a fielder's choice. He was unable to get the third out, however, as Frongillo dropped an RBI single into left field that scored Musco all the way from second for the winning run.

Rutherford (2-2), who was perfect through four innings, took the loss on the mound for Thomas. He allowed just two hits and a walk while striking out none in 7 1/3 innings.

Kane finished 3-for-4, while Benitez and freshman Zach Mathieu (Oakland, Maine / Messalonskee) were each 2-for-4 with a double. Beeson collected Thomas' remaining hit.

Carbone improved to 2-0 overall, pitching a perfect eighth inning with one strikeout. Bowse scattered eight hits and struck out a pair over seven innings.
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LEWISTON, Maine -- On a sunny Saturday afternoon at Leahey Field, the Bates baseball team sent the crowd home happy with a doubleheader sweep of Bowdoin. The Bobcats took game one 6-3 and prevailed in a dramatic game two by a score of 9-5.

With the victories, Bates (2-3) moves ahead of Bowdoin (2-4) in the NESCAC standings.

Game One: Bates 6, Bowdoin 3

Sophomore Connor Speed (San Diego, Calif.) tossed six shutout innings, junior Brendan Fox (West Hartford, Conn.) tallied four hits and senior Samuel Warren (Norfolk, Va.) drove in three runs to lead Bates to a 6-3 win over Bowdoin in game one of Saturday's twin bill.

Speed (3-2) struck out a career-high nine batters in the victory. He allowed only two hits and worked around four hit by pitches, four Bates errors and two walks to shut down the Bowdoin offense.

Bates took the lead in the first inning against Bowdoin starter Ben Osterholtz (3-1) and never looked back.

Junior captain Ryan McCarthy (Plaistow, N.H.) got hit by a pitch to start the frame. Fox followed with a double to put runners at second and third with nobody out. Warren drove in McCarthy with a sacrifice fly and Fox advanced to third on the play. Junior Brendon Canavan (Carlisle, Mass.) got hit by a pitch to put runners at the corners. Sophomore Asher MacDonald (Hillsborough, N.C.) singled home Fox to extend the Bates lead to 2-0.

The Bobcats tacked on two more runs in the second. With one out first-year Christian Colon (Hamden, Conn.) drew a walk. McCarthy followed with a single and Fox singled in Colon. Another Warren sacrifice fly made it 4-0 in favor of the Bobcats.

In the fourth inning Bates added another run. With one away Fox singled to right field and advanced to second when Bowdoin right fielder Peter Cimini bobbled the ball. Warren made the Polar Bears pay with an RBI single as Bates took a 5-0 lead.

The offense kept clicking in the sixth. McCarthy singled to lead off the inning. He stole second and scored on Fox's fourth hit of the game.

Up 6-0, Bates took Speed out after six innings of shutout baseball. First-year Justin Foley (Lynnfield, Mass.) gave up a three-run double to Bowdoin's Luke Cappellano but got the final three outs to secure the victory.

McCarthy went 2-3 with three runs scored and a stolen base. Fox went 4-4 with a double, two runs scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases. Warren went 1-2 with three RBIs. Bates struck out 11 Bowdoin hitters for the second straight game in the series.

Game two: Bates 9, Bowdoin 5

Bates scored five runs in the eighth inning to come from behind and beat the Polar Bears 9-5 in game two of Saturday's doubleheader.

Warren was the star of the game, going 2-5 with five RBIs, including a home run and the eventual game-winning hit, a bases clearing double.

Trailing 5-4 entering the bottom of the eighth, MacDonald reached on an error to start the pivotal inning. Sophomore Jake Shapiro (Sandy, Utah) lay down a sacrifice bunt and reached base safely when Bowdoin pitcher Michael Staes bobbled the ball.

With runners at first and second and nobody out, first-year catcher Joe Dinoto (West Friendship, Md.) reached on a perfect bunt that hugged the third base line.

McCarthy stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and nobody out. He got hit by the pitch to force in the tying run.

One out later Warren doubled in all three runners to give Bates an 8-5 lead. With two away, junior John Dinucci (West Hartford, Conn.) singled in Warren to extend the Bates edge to 9-5.

Bates had to come from behind three different times in the game.

Bowdoin took an early 2-0 lead in the second inning. Brandon Lopez doubled to start the top of the second. The Polar Bears bunted him to third and Cappellano singled him in for the first run of the game. Bowdoin pushed across another run in the inning on an RBI fielder's choice.

Down 2-0, the Bobcats rallied in the bottom of the third. With two away, Fox reached on an error. Then Warren made the Polar Bears regret the miscue with a two-run home run to left-center field. Warren's blast was his team-leading second round tripper of the season.

The game remain tied at two until the fifth inning. Nick Sadler singled to start the frame. After he stole second, Lopez drew a walk with one out.

Then with two away, Cappellano doubled in both runners to put the Polar Bears up 4-2.

But the Bobcats rallied yet again. Dinucci got the rally started in the bottom of the sixth with a lead-off single. Senior Berto Diaz (Carson, Calif.) reached on a fielder's choice and promptly moved to second on a wild pitch. With two away, Shapiro hit a grounder to the right side of the infield. Bowdoin first baseman Chad Martin got to the ball but threw wide to first and Shapiro was safe. Diaz scored on the play to cut the Bowdoin lead to 4-3.

Junior Eric Vilanova (Bridgeport, Conn.) delivered a pinch-hit single to advance Shapiro to third base. McCarthy came up big again for Bates with the game-tying single, driving in Shapiro to even the score at four.

Junior Anthony Telesca (Holtsville, N.Y.) got the start for Bates in game two and came away with a no-decision. He went six innings, giving up four runs on six hits, walking two and striking out six.

Senior captain Rob DiFranco (Melrose, Mass.) entered the game in the seventh inning and sent Bowdoin down in order.

But Cimini hit a solo home run in the top of the eighth to give the Polar Bears a 5-4 lead.

That's when the Bobcats struck in the bottom half of the frame to take the lead for good.

DiFranco (1-1) took care of business in the top of the ninth to pick up his first victory of the 2016 season.

Besides Warren's monster game, other Bobcats also hit the ball well in game two. Bates tallied 14 hits in the contest. Dinucci finished game two 4-5 with a double and an RBI. McCarthy went 2-4 with a run scored and an RBI. Diaz went 2-5 with a run scored and a stolen base. And Shapiro went 1-3 with a double and two runs scored.

The Bobcats are off for a bit due to Finals Week but Bates is back in action Tuesday, April 19 at Maine-Farmington. First pitch is set for 3:00 p.m.
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Stauble Named LEC Player of the Week

GORHAM, Maine -- The Little East Conference announced Monday afternoon that University of Southern Maine sophomore Sam Stauble (Harrison, Maine/Bridgton Academy) has been selected as the baseball Player of the Week of the week of April 4-10. This is the first time that Stauble has received LEC weekly honors.

Stauble helped the Huskies go 6-0, including 4-0 in conference play, last week batting .591 (13 for 22) with eight runs scored, one double and nine RBI. He also drew six base-on-balls and compiled a .655 on-base percentage. He hit safely in all six games, and had multiple hits in four games.

In the Huskies’ LEC sweep of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Stauble went 6-for-10 with three runs scored and four RBI. The next afternoon in an LEC make-up doubleheader at Rhode Island College, Stauble was 3-for-5 with four walks and three runs scored.

On the season, Stauble leads the Huskies in hitting with a .563 average (36-for-64) with 15 runs scored, five doubles and 17 RBI. Stauble has hit safely in 16 of 17 games to date, and has 11 multiple hit games.

Southern Maine, 13-5 overall, is scheduled to host Husson University in its next game on Tuesday (3:30 p.m.) at the USM Baseball Stadium.


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COLBY BASEBALL DROPS GAME TO THOMAS
WATERVILLE, Maine --- Despite some fine relief pitching and three hits from Dan Csaplar, the Colby College baseball team fell 4-0 to Thomas College on Tuesday at Coombs Field.

The game, originally scheduled for Thomas' H. Allen Ryan Field, was moved to the brand new Colby Baseball/Softball Complex earlier in the day due to unplayable field conditions.

Terrier pitcher Nik Beeson pitched six innings of shutout baseball, striking out six and helped his own cause with two hits.

Thomas got all four runs in the second inning. With one out, Aron Smestad reached on a fielding error at second base, then came around to score on back-to-back singles by Max Salevsky and Hank Vinall. After Derek LeBlanc reached on a bunt single to load the bases, Salevsky came home on a balk and Vinall raced home on a wild pitch. LeBlanc scored the final run of the inning on Anree Benitez RBI double to right field.

The Terriers threatened again in the third as Beeson singled and Mathieu walked to open the inning and a bunt single by Tristan Pena loaded the bases. Colby got two quick outs as Smestad flew out to center and Beeson was gunned down in a close play at home testing the arm of of Mule center fielder Ryan Quinn. After a Salevsky single up the middle loaded the bases again, a fielder's choice ended the inning.

In the fourth, Colby had a pair of runners on with two outs as Andrew Currier singled to center and Csaplar reached on a bunt single to third.

Colby threatened to cut into the advantage with two outs in the sixth inning when Soren Hanson doubled down the left field line, but he was stranded after a pop out ended the inning. Csaplar opened the seventh inning with an infield single off Thomas reliever Taylor Bacon and moved to second on a ground out, but couldn't get any closer.

Matthew Mitchell drew a walk from Bacon to open the top of the eighth and advanced to third on a ground out and a wild pitch but was stranded after Hanson flew out to left.

Bobby Forese threw 3.1 innings of no-hit relief, walking two and striking out four. Will Cohen pitched the final 1.2 innings for the Mules, allowing no hits and walking one.

Colby hosts the University of Southern Maine at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

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4/12/16 – Meehan and Godbout Named GNAC Player, Pitcher of the Week

STANDISH, Maine – The sixth Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) weekly report has been released and a pair of Saint Joseph’s College baseball players have been honored.

Junior outfielder Dennis Meehan (Gardiner, Maine) and sophomore pitcher Travis Godbout (Portland, Maine) have been selected as the GNAC Corvais Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively. The conference weekly honor is a career-first for both players.
Meehan hit .750 (9-12) with six runs, a double, two stolen bases, and two RBI in a 4-1 week for Saint Joseph's. The junior outfielder, who also walked four times, posted an incredible .813 OBP and recorded at least two hits in three of the five contests, including a 3-3, two-RBI performance in a 10-0 victory over Suffolk University on Saturday.

Godbout won a pair of games and did not allow an earned run over nine innings last week. The sophomore right-hander fanned nine batters, including seven in five innings against Rivier University on Sunday, while yielding four hits and two walks over the two appearances.

Meehan, a 2015 Third Team All-GNAC selection, is currently hitting .515 (17-33) with 11 runs, four doubles, one home run, three RBI, and three stolen bases in 14 games this spring. The second-year starter boasts a .727 slugging percentage with a .590 OBP and has not made an error in 19 chances so far this season.

Godbout has emerged into a weekend starter for the Monks this spring and sports a 3.63 ERA with a 2-1 record and 21 strikeouts over 17.1 innings. The sophomore hurler has appeared in six games with three starts through 19 games for Saint Joseph’s.

Saint Joseph’s (11-8) was scheduled to face Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts this afternoon, but rain has pushed the non-conference contest to tomorrow. First pitch is slated for 4:00 PM.
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Saturday's College baseball highlights
A recap of action from the USM and Maine campuses.
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COLBY BASEBALL TAKES TWO TIGHT GAMES FROM PLYMOUTH STATE

WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College baseball team fought back for a 5-3 win in the opening game and then held on to a big lead in a 7-6 victory in the nightcap in non-conference play against Plymouth State University on Sunday at Coombs Field.

The Mules (9-15 overall) scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning after the Panthers had went ahead with a lone run in the top of the sixth of the opener.

Zach Ellenthal ripped a two-run triple to right field to put the Mules up for good at 4-3. Tommy Forese led off with a walk and Soren Hanson followed with another walk. Both base runners moved up a base on a wild pitch and then scored on Ellenthal's triple. After walk to Andrew Della Volpe, Matt Mitchell singled to plate Ellenthal with the final run.

The Panthers (14-13) led 1-0, 2-1, and 3-2 in the first game. Jake Broom started the first inning with a single, moved to second on a single by Nate Frederick, and then was forced out at third. After a walk to Jerek Krajewski loaded the bases, James Riley-Garnett walked to force in the run.

The Mules tied the game with a lone run in the second. Matt Garcia singled to lead off the inning and stole second base with one out. Garcia moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on Della Volpe's single.

The Panthers went ahead for a second time when Frederick had a one-out walk and moved to second on a balk. Frederick took third on a single by Dave Hall and then scored on a sacrifice fly by Krajewski.

Colby tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom of the third. Tyler Starks singled to right field to lead off the inning, moved to second when Ryan Quinn walked, and took third on a fly to right field by Tommy Forese. Hanson singled to left field to bring in Starks.

Plymouth State went up 3-2 on another bases loaded walk. Eric Leitch singled to start the inning and took third when Luke Mancini doubled. Josh Goulet was hit by a pitch to load the bases and Justin Walsh followed with an RBI walk.

Dan Csaplar pitched the final 2.2 innings to pick up the Colby win in the first game. Bobby Forese started and pitched into the fifth inning.

In the nightcap, Colby led 7-0 after four innings, but the Panthers scratched back with two runs in the fifth inning and four in the sixth. Plymouth State had three doubles and two triples in the game.

Chris Sonberg had a bases clearing double to highlight a five-run first inning. The double to center scored Csaplar, John Baron, and Blake Egan. Ellenthal had an RBI single earlier in the inning to bring in Matt Mitchell. Baron drove in the other run when he got on by fielder's choice to score Tommy Forese.

Colby added another run in the third inning after Csaplar led off with a double. Ellenthal singled to push Csaplar to third and Baron followed with a sacrifice fly to score the run.

Benjamin Crocker led off the fourth inning with a single and took second when Mitchell grounded out. Matt Treveloni singled to right field to score Crocker with Colby's final run.

Leitch started the Plymouth State fifth with a single, moved to second on a wild pitch, and scored on Goulet's triple to right field. Chris Mansour hit a sacrifice fly to bring in Goulet with the second run.

The Panthers put the pressure on with four runs in the sixth inning. Dave Hall had a one-out double and moved to third on a single by Krajewski. Riley-Garnett drove in the third run of the game with a single before Leitch followed with a two-run triple to cut the margin to 7-5. Leitch scored the final run of the game on a wild pitch.

Will Cohen earned his first collegiate victory by pitching into the sixth inning for the Mules. Dan Schoenfeld worked the seventh inning to get the save.

Colby 5, Plymouth State 3 (1st game)
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Colby 011#003#x---5#7#0
Ryan Parro (L), Brady Larson (6), Sean Engel (6) and Justin Walsh. Bobby Forese, Dan Csaplar (5, W) and Andrew Della Volpe. 2B: Luke Mancini (PS). 3B: Zach Ellenthal (C).
Colby 7, Plymouth State 6 (2nd game)
PSU 000#024#0---6#9#0
Colby 501#100#x---7#6#1
Connor Macrae (L), Dallas DeFrancesco (1), Alex Libby (4), Nolan Flynn (5) and Chris Mansour. Will Cohen (W), Jackson Ward (6), Griffin Clark (6), Matt Garcia (6), Dan Schoenfeld (7, S) and Blake Egan. 2B: Dave Hall (PS), Luke Mancini (PS), James Riley-Garnett (PS), Chris Sonberg (C), Dan Csaplar (C). 3B: Josh Goulet (PS), Eric Leitch (PS).
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