Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thornhill Reds Senior Baseball

Reds go 2-1 at the Hap

The Thornhill Reds 2-1 record on the weekend wasn't quite enough and after allowing 10 runs in the round robin, they failed to qualify for Sunday's quarter finals.

The Reds won the first two contests 6-2 over Ilderton and 12-2 over Burlington, but a 6-2 loss to Etobicoke prevented the Reds from advancing.

Thornhill next plays Wednesday night at home against the Newmarket Hawks, where Chadwick Cameron will make the start on the hill for the Reds.


Reds win in Leaside

The Thornhill Reds won the first half of a home and home with the Leaside Leafs, 3-2 on Monday night at Talbot Park.

Josh Appel(2-1) fired two innings in relief of starter Mack Major in picking up the win, while rookie Peter Joseph fanned two of three batters he faced in the ninth for his first save of the season.

The Reds are now 10-4 in GTBL play, and will hand the ball to Zach Lampreia on Wednesday night when the Leafs visit the friendly confines of Bishops Cross Park.


Reds shutout Red Sox

The Thornhill Reds improved to 9-4 in GTBL play with a 7-0 road win in Pickering on Saturday night.

Dan Lehmkuhl(4-0) worked six innings, striking out seven for the win, moving him into the GTBL lead in victories. Mitch Sutton and Peter Joseph combined to keep the zero intact the rest of the way, and the Reds bats came alive in the eighth inning to claim the contest.

Rookie Gianfranco Morello continues to heat up at the right time, leading the Reds offense with a three hit and three run night. The Reds play twice this week ahead of the Hap Walters tournament, a home and home series with the Leaside Leafs.

Mack Major(0-2) will take the ball Monday night at Talbot Park looking to notch his first GTBL victory.



Reds upend Bulldogs

The bullpen worked six scoreless innings, and the Reds offense was back at it again, in a 11-4 home win against East York.

Reds starter Dan Lehmkuhl heeded way to the bullpen in the fourth frame, and Mitch Sutton(1-1) worked two scoreless on the way to his first win of the year. Lee Choiniere, Eric Wakeman and Peter Joseph also chipped in with shutout innings, as the Reds improved to 8-3 in GTBL play.

Joe Presutti blasted his first long ball of the season, and finished with a 2-2 night for Thornhill. Gianfranco Morello also had a good nights work, driving in four runs with a couple of hits in three at bats.

The Reds are off until next week when thy are busy with three ball games in league action.


Reds smack Hawks

A fourteen run explosion was just what the doctor ordered for the Thornhill Reds offense, as the bats heated up in a 14-7 home win Wednesday night against Newmarket.

Sean Sutton had a four hit night, driving in five and scoring a pair of runs. Rookie Zach Lampreia also had a big night. The youngster went deep, added two more hits, five RBI, and worked a 1-2-3 inning on the hill.

Chadwick Cameron(1-2) picked up the win in relief of starter Josh Appel, who left after facing two hitters in the fifth.

With the win the Reds improved to 6-1 at home, and 7-3 in GTBL play. Next action is Wednesday July 5, when the East York Bulldogs visit Thornhill at 730pm.


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