|Cody Devoid of MPM Sealcoating swings at a pitch during a|
Windham Little League Minors Division Abaseball game at
Manchester School on Tuesday, June 23.
PHOTO BY MATT PASCARELLA
Windham Little League Minors (AA) teams MPM Sealcoating and Beacon Environmental Consultants hit the field on Tuesday, June 23 at Manchester School.
MPM were up first. Cody Devoid #2 and Troy Otterson #6 each got singles. Then Wyatt Smith #8 popped up the ball and Devoid scored. Jackson Zinchuk #4 singled and MPM lead 2-0. After Wyatt Miller #10 walked, the bases were loaded. Dominic Vacchian #1 and Kainen Pouliot #7 walked and the inning ended after five runs were scored.
In the second, MPM’s Devoid singled, Otterson walked and Joseph Small #9 singled, now it’s 6-0. A walk, a single by Pouliot and a double by Smith and the inning ends.
Beacon Environmental’s Wesley Morgan #5 was hit by the pitch and Jackson Doyle #10 was the pinch runner. Doyle quickly stole second base. Morgan returned ready to make his way to third, but the inning ended too quickly.
After two innings MPM was up 11-0.
After Devoid and Otterson got on base in the fourth, a couple players walked, and the bases were loaded. Pouliot singled before the inning ended.
Beacon Environmental’s Julian Nappi #12 walked, quickly stole second and then third base. June Richard #6 walked and was also quick to steal second.
In MPM’s fifth and final inning, Smith, Devoid, Otterson and Small all got on base. Beacon Environmental had a great play when they threw a runner out at third. Several more players got base hits, including one by Preston McLean #5 and the inning is over.
Bottom of the fifth; after Cameron Beckwith #9 and Morgan walked, David Flint #2 singled and Beacon Environmental is on the board. Ethan Foxe #11 singled.
Final score: 22-2, MPM Sealcoating.
"The players have done a great job learning the game and are having fun which is the best part to see," said Beacon Environmental coach Christopher Inzerillo.
“It was another night in which the pitchers were dominant on the mound for MPM Sealcoating,” said coach Brian Zinchuk. “The kids are having fun and really enjoying being able to play some baseball. Each kid on the team had a hit tonight and we are really proud of how well they have been playing. It’s shaping up to be a really great season.” <