TUESDAY BASEBALL: LH loves a whole lotta Pallotta; Sheehan, Maloney chalk up crossover wins

TUESDAY BASEBALL: LH loves a whole lotta Pallotta; Sheehan, Maloney chalk up crossover wins



WALLINGFORD — Tommy Pallotta made sure Senior Day turned out properly at Pat Wall Field.

One of 10 seniors on the Lyman Hall baseball team, Pallotta singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning Tuesday to give the Trojans a 3-2 walk-off victory over Jonathan Law.

LH evened its record at 7-7 with the SCC interdivisional win. Law fell to 3-9.

Zach Ranney and Joe DiCrosta both finished with two hits.

Sheehan 5, Hillhouse/Career 1: Charles Ennis pitched a complete-game four-hitter and Chris Barkasy drove in three runs as the Titans improved to 8-6 with the SCC interdivisional win over the New Haven Co-op at Neubauer Field.

Ennis evened his mound mark at 1-1. He also drove in a run during Sheehan’s three-run fifth inning, which extended an early 1-0 lead.

Barkasy finished 3-for-4. Each of his three hits plated a run.

Barkasy twice drove in Joe Amarone, who went 2-for-4 with a third-inning triple and a fifth-inning RBI single.

Anthony Romano doubled and scored on a Barkasy single to cap Sheehan’s scoring in the sixth.

Angel Lugo suffered the loss for Hillhouse/Career (1-11).

Maloney 4, Bloomfield/Aerospace 0: Three pitchers combined on a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts in the Spartans’ CCC interdivisional shutout in Meriden.

Ryan Killeen worked the first two frames, striking out three. Angel Silverio came on and struck out all six batters he faced in the third and the fourth. Connor Bennett wrapped it up with 6 K’s over three innings.

Bennett got the win as the Spartans improved to 9-4. Bloomfield/Aerospace dropped to 0-9.

Max Giacco, Evan Cordero and Kam Hartenstein led the offense with run-scoring hits. Giacco had two RBI, Cordero and Hartenstein one apiece.

O’Brien Tech 6, Wilcox Tech 5: The Condors rallied to the walk-off CTC win in Ansonia.

Down 5-3, O’Brien closed to within one run in the sixth, then won with two in the seventh.

Earlier, Wilcox was the team to rally. After falling behind 2-0 in the first, the Tribe put up three runs in the second.

Jack McGovern and Noah Simone had RBI doubles for Wilcox. McGovern suffered the pitching loss in relief.

The setback snapped the Tribe’s five-game winning streak. The Indians are now 7-5. O’Brien is 3-3.

Amity 12, Cheshire 0: The Rams fell to 2-12 with the SCC interdivisional road loss at Brinley Field on Monday night. Amity, ranked No. 6 in this week’s GameTime CT media poll, is 11-2.

 


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