Blaise Cormier went 4 for 4, with three RBI’s, Andrew Caulfield added two doubles, and Gino DeSimone had two hits and an RBI, when the Andre Chiefs beat the Reading Bulldogs 4-2 at Austin Prep on Tuesday night. Lefty Jonathan Richard (1-0) allowed just three hits and struck out eight in six innings to get the win while Tommy Leone picked up his second save of the year in the seventh. Andrew Croteau had two hits, an RBI, and stole three bases for the Bulldogs. Connor Hewlette (0-2) took the loss.
Mike Sorrentino had two hits and three RBI’s and Bobby Losanno and Noah Jankowski both homered when the Americans won their fourth straight in a 9-4 score over Alibrandis at Victory Field in Watertown. Scott Searles added a couple of RBI’s for the Americans. Mike Andrews (2-0), in relief of Jason Giangrande, went 3.2 innings, allowing just one hit, to get his second win of the year. Jared Brooks (2-1) pitched the first 4.1 innings for Alibrandis and was tagged with the loss.
At Maplewood, the Malden Maddogs overcame a 3-1 second inning deficit and went on to edge the Lexington Blue Sox 4-3. Matt Tyman (1-2) was dominant on the mound for the Maddogs firing a complete game two-hitter while striking out eight. Tyman surrendered just one earned run on the way to his first win of the season. Logan Gillis (RBI) and Joe Klingensmith both had doubles. Henry Buttersfield III and Jared Beniers each drove in a run for Malden. Pat McGowan (2-1) look the loss for the Blue Sox.
On Wednesday, the Chiefs visit the Americans at Morelli Field in Melrose at 7:30 PM and the Blue Sox host the Middlesex Expos in Lexington at 8:00 PM.