Post 68 beats North Adams, is now 5-1 in Legion play

Saturday June 22, 2013

PITTSFIELD -- Mitch Clary and Ryan Shook drove in two runs each, Joey Dewey struck out six batters in a complete-game performance, and Pittsfield Post 68 beat North Adams 5-2 in American Legion play on Friday.

Clary's two-run double was the big hit of Post 68's (5-1) three-run third inning at Clapp Park. Shook had RBI singles in the third and fifth innings.

Dewey gave up two runs, just one of them earned, and walked just one batter.

"He had everything working," Post 68 coach Jim Mazzer said. "He was right around the plate. They were doing a lot of first-ball hitting. That made it good on him. He was in control."

Alex Carusotto added two hits for Post 68. Robert Jutras, called in to pitch when Tanner Bird was lifted with soreness after just two-thirds of an inning, went 2 for 3 at the plate for North Adams.


N. Adams 000 020 0--2 5 3

Post 68 013 010 x--5 9 2

Tanner Bird (2/3), Robert Jutras (5 1/3) and Slayter Aubin. Joey Dewey and Brian Bonacquisti. W -- Dewey. L -- Jutras. 2B -- Post 68 1 (Mitch Clary 1).

Mystic 5, N. Adams 3

NORTH ADAMS -- The Mystic Schooners broke a 3-all tie with runs in the seventh and eighth innings, beating the SteepleCats at Joe Wolfe Field.

Daniel Bick was 2 for 4 with an RBI for North Adams in the loss. Scott Squier took the loss on the mound, striking out six in seven innings but giving up four runs (all earned) on 12 hits.

Futures League
Nashua 7, Pittsfield 4

NASHUA, N.H. -- Ryan Deitrich drove in two runs, but the Silver Knights took the lead for good with a two-run seventh and tacked on two more runs in the eighth to beat Pittsfield.

Thulani Denaro took the loss on the hill for the Suns, surrendering two runs on one hit with three walks in relief. He did not register an out.

Kyle Singleton and Luke Reynolds drove in a run each for Pittsfield.


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