Whitecaps’ Tenerowicz Belts Three-run Homer to Beat Chatham Anglers

CHATHAM – Tied 3-3 heading into the top of the fifth inning, Cal-Berekley’s Robbie Tenerowicz hammered a two-strike offering out of Veterans Field last night, a blast that eventually would prove to be the game-winner in a 6-3 victory for the Brewster Whitecaps over the host Chatham Anglers.

Whitecaps' lefty Anthony Arias (Fresno State) went 3.1 innings but got the no decision in Brewster's win last night over Chatham on the road. Sean Walsh/Capecod.com Sports

Whitecaps’ lefty Anthony Arias (Fresno State) went 3.1 innings but got the no decision in Brewster’s win last night over Chatham on the road.
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Tenerowicz, the Whitecaps’ second baseman, went 2-5 on the night and drove in three runs, while teammate Nick Senzel (Tennessee) went 3-4 with one RBI and had singled to get on base in the fifth before Tenerowicz homered. All totaled, the Whitecaps banged out 14 hits on the night.

Chatham’s Nick Sciortino (Boston College) went 2-4 with three RBI in the losing effort.

Fresno State southpaw Anthony Arias went 3.1 innings to start the game and struck out three but Hansen Butler (Louisville) got the win in relief with 2.2 innings of work.

Orleans Stages Comeback over Harwich Mariners, Lead Building in East

ELDREDGE PARK — Down 2-1 going into the bottom of the 8th inning, the East Division-leading Orleans Firebirds staged a four-run rally that all began with a bases-loaded walk to take away a victory over the visiting Harwich Mariners, 5-2, last night in Orleans.

Wright State catcher Sean Murphy walked on a 3-2 count with bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning to drive in Alex Call (Ball State) to tie the game at 2-2 and then the floodgates, of sorts, opened wide for the hosts.

With no outs, Orleans’ Tres Barrera (Texas) rapped an RBI-single to make it 3-2. On a subsequent Trey York fielder’s choice ground out for the first out of the inning, Orleans’ Willie Abreu (Miami) scored to make it 4-2 and then Austin Miller (Loyola Marymount) hit a sacrifice fly to centerfield to drive in Murphy for the Firebirds’ 5-2 lead.

Reliever Parker Bean (Liberty) notched the win after one inning of work with one strikeout and one walk.

Miller was the sole batsman for Orleans with multiple hits one the night (two) while the Mariners’ Connor Justus (Georgia Tech) went 2-3.

Orleans is now 14-5 and remains in first place in the East Division.

Hyannis Harbor Hawks Ride Birk’s Bat, Nick Deeg’s Arm for Win

McKEON PARK – While the Orleans Firebirds were busy adding to their first place lead in the East, the West-Division leading Hyannis Harbor Hawks were busy defeating the Falmouth Commodores Thursday night to the tune of a 5-1 victory.

Texas A&M’s Ryne Birk drove in JaVon Shelby (Kentucky) in the bottom of the second inning to give Hyannis a 2-1 lead but Birk made a night of it with three runs batted in in all.

On the pitcher’s mound, however, it was Central Michigan southpaw Nick Deeg who was brilliant throughout his six innings of work as he limited Falmouth to just one hit and one run while striking out six for his first career Cape League victory.

The Harbor Hawks are now 12-8 on the season and remain atop the West Division in first place, two games ahead of the Wareham Gatemen (10-9).

Bourne Braves' Cam Duzenack (Dallas Baptist) as the sun sets at Doran Park.. Sean Walsh/Capecod.com Sports

Bourne Braves’ Cam Duzenack (Dallas Baptist) as the sun sets at Doran Park.
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Humphreys, Solak Pick Up Bourne Braves in Key Win over Y-D Red Sox

MERRILL “RED” WILSON FIELD – Down 3-2 heading into the top of the sixth, the visiting Bourne Braves got just what they needed as Mississippi State’s Reid Humphreys hammered the first pitch he saw out of the park to tie it at 3-3 and then with two outs Jacob Robson (Mississippi State) singled, stole second and scored with the go-ahead run on a basehit by Nick Solak (Louisville).

The Braves ensured the win with one run in the 8th inning when Solak came through again to drive in Mike Garzillo (Lehigh) for a 5-3 lead.

Louisville southpaw reliever Josh Rogers picked up the win thanks to Humphreys and Solak. Rogers fanned five, walked two and allowed three runs on four hits. Indiana State righty Austin Conway got the save with 1.1 innings of relief work to close it out over the host Red Sox.

Solak went 2-4 with two RBI and Humphreys, Brian Serven (Arizona State) and Corey Julks (Houston) each added two hits apiece.

— Sean Walsh is the sports editor for www.capecod.com. His email is seanwalsh@ccb-media.com. Follow him on Twitter @coachwalshccbm



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