July 12, 2013 by Al Roach
On June 29th the 14-U Bombers took on the Wenonah Indians in an afternoon double header. In game one, Doug Ergood literally stole the show while stealing five bases. Doug’s brother, Joe Ergood went two for two with two runs scored and two RBI’s. First basemen, Joe Matlack also went two for two with two RBI’s. Tim Pasquale pounded a double in the contest and added three RBI’s. Pasquale also got the win while pitching five innings. He had five strikeouts and six earned runs. The final score was 12-7.
In game two, Joe Matlack threw six innings while striking out six and only giving up one earned. Paul Ravelli was one for one with a double and two RBI’s. Mike Dziuba was two for three with two runs scored while brother Matt Dziuba was one for two with two runs scored. The Bombers put up a monster eight run first inning which was capped off by Ravelli’s double. The final score ended in a 13-2 mercy.
On Sunday June 30th, the Bombers took a game from Gloucester TWP Baseball. Paul Ravelli got the nod by coach Lydon. Ravelli threw five innings and allowed no earned runs. He had four strikeouts. Offensively, Rich Ferrelli started the scoring by driving in the first run in the top of the fifth. Ethan Horner later added another one with another single. Doug Ergood doubled in and RBI and cap off a six run fifth inning for the Bombers. The game finished 6-0 through five innings.
“Overall I was impressed with the way they finished the games out. They didn’t quit at any point and they fought hard. I was glad to see the offense put up big numbers. We had 31 runs in the three games.” Said Coach Lydon.