Matt Ronai (25) went 2-4 at the plate, but Orange Post 127 fell 10-4 to Stratford at Penders Field on Wednesday.
Leveen recorded the win for Stratford. He allowed four runs over seven innings. He struck out five, walked two and surrendered nine hits.
Stratford’s Valeriano, Briener, Dwenski and Lohan combined for 10 hits and five RBIs.
Evan Lumpinski (18) was the game’s losing pitcher. He allowed seven runs in five innings, walked two and struck out one.
Stratford never trailed after scoring four runs in the first on a sacrifice fly by Wojenski and two singles.
One run in the top of the third helped Orange Post 127 close its deficit to 4-1. An RBI single by Chris Winkel (23) triggered Orange Post 127’s comeback. Finally, Leveen induced an inning-ending single from Pat Winkel (15).
Two runs in the top of the fifth helped Orange Post 127 close its deficit to 6-3. An RBI single by Ronai and an RBI single by Winkel gave Orange Post 127 life.
Orange Post 127 scored one run in the top of the seventh to cut its deficit to six. An error sparked Orange Post 127’s rally. Stratford’s Leveen induced Lou DeGennero (3) to close things out.
The Amity community loves the Amity Girls Varsity Basketball Team.
The Spartans played hard, but had their helmets handed to them in an SCC Division I game at West Haven.
The most impressive play for Amity was a touchdown with one second left on the clock which put the Spartans on the scoreboard.
David Attolino, David Buono and Joey Choiniere each scored for the Spartans. Choiniere also blocked a punt.
Fighting back the cold and the trash talk from the opposing team, the Spartans lost this game 47-24.
Keep your eyes open for Phil Brodsky’s real coverage of this game — he doesn’t insert his opinion.
Both teams fought hard on Saturday afternoon, but in the end Shelton came out on top defeating Amity 34-28.
Here are some photos from the game.