Franczyk Throws Shutout As Fort Washington Generals Defeats Southampton

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Noel Franczyk didn’t allow a single run as Fort Washington Generals defeated Southampton 5-0 on Sunday. Franczyk allowed just six hits.

An early lead helped propel Fort Washington Generals to victory. Fort Washington Generalsscored on an error and an error in the first inning.

Fort Washington Generals captured the lead in the first inning. An error scored two runs for Fort Washington Generals.

A single by Christian Francis in the first inning was a positive for Southampton.

Noel Franczyk earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He threw seven innings, surrendering zero runs, six hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Dan Mcnamee took the loss for Southampton. He went seven innings, surrendering five runs, three hits, striking out six, and walking one.

Joey Monaghan, JT Breslin, and Justin Horn each collected one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals. Fort Washington Generals didn’t commit a single error in the field. Max Weinberg had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

Southampton collected six hits. Tom Plunkett and Kevin Mooney each collected multiple hits for Southampton.

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McPeak Throws Shutout As Fort Washington Generals Defeats Southampton

IMG_3893Brian McPeak didn’t allow a single run as Fort Washington Generals defeated Southampton 13-0 on Sunday. McPeak allowed just one hit and induced a groundout from Trevor Newhouse to end the game.
Fort Washington Generals grabbed an early lead. Fort Washington Generals took the lead on a in the first inning.
Fort Washington Generals took an early lead in the first inning.
Fort Washington Generals scored five runs in the fifth inning. The big inning was thanks to a walk by Matt Hebling, a single by JT Breslin, a fielder’s choice by Jake Dianno, a single by Max Weinberg, and a single by Mike Zicchinolfi.
One bright spot for Southampton was a single by Ed Shead in the second inning.
Brian McPeak earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He threw five innings, giving up zero runs, one hit, and striking out two. Ryan Woolerton took the loss for Southampton. He pitched one and one-third innings, allowing five runs, three hits, and striking out three.
Fort Washington Generals had ten hits in the game. Justin Horn, Breslin, and Zicchinolfi each collected multiple hits for Fort Washington Generals. Zicchinolfi, Breslin, and Horn all had two hits to lead Fort Washington Generals. Fort Washington Generals tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Horn led the way with four.
Shead led Southampton with one hit in two at bats.
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HORN’S WALKOFF GIVES FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS VICTORY OVER HUNT. VALLEY

Horn’s Walkoff Gives Fort Washington Generals Victory Over Hunt. Valley
Fort Washington Generals took Thursday’s game in dramatic fashion, with a 2-1 walk-off victory over Hunt. Valley. The game was tied at one with Fort Washington Generals batting in the bottom of the eighth when Justin Horn singled off of Kade Jones, driving in one run.
The pitching was strong on both sides. Garret Breslin struck out nine, while Kade Jones sat down seven.
Fort Washington Generals took an early lead in the first inning. JT Breslin grounded out, scoring one run.
In the top of the second inning, Hunt. Valley tied things up at one. Jones drove in one when he homered in the second inning.
Breslin earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He went eight innings, surrendering one run, three hits, striking out nine, and walking one. Jones took the loss for Hunt. Valley. He tossed seven and a third innings, allowing two runs, three hits, and striking out seven.
Noel Franczyk, Justin Horn, and Albert John all had one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals.

From Coach B: Great execution in the last inning. Albert John getting the hit. Moving to 2nd on the passed ball, Riley Brink getting the bunt down to move Albert to 3rd and Justin Horn ripping a base hit.( And how many of you thought I was going to have Justin squeeze). Great Win. Great pitching by Garret Breslin.

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Fort Washington Generals Jumps Out to Early Lead in Victory over Jenkintown

An early lead helped Fort Washington Generals defeat Jenkintown 8-1 on Tuesday. Fort Washington Generals scored on a single by JT Breslin and a stolen base in the first inning.
Fort Washington Generals secured the victory thanks to five runs in the third inning. Fort Washington Generals scored on a wild pitch , a single by Jack Jamison, and a walk by Justin Horn.
Jenkintown took an early lead in the first inning.
Fort Washington Generals took the lead for good with two runs in the first inning. In the first JT Breslin singled off of Dale Jacobs, driving in one run and a runner stole home.
Fort Washington Generals scored five runs in the third inning. The big inning was thanks to a wild pitch , a single by Jamison, and a walk by Horn.
Mike Reilly earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He threw four innings, surrendering one run, two hits, and striking out seven. Jacobs took the loss for Jenkintown. He went two and two-thirds innings, surrendering eight runs, seven hits, and striking out two.
Jamison led Fort Washington Generals with two hits in two at bats. Fort Washington Generals was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Max Weinberg made the most plays with nine.

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