Fort Washington Generals Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Jenkintown

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Brian McPeak

Fort Washington Generals defeated Jenkintown 9-3 thanks to a strong start. Fort Washington Generals scored on a error in the first inning, a single in the first inning, and a single by Jake Dianno in the second inning.

Fort Washington Generals secured the victory thanks to five runs in the second inning.

Fort Washington Generals captured the lead in the first inning. Justin Horn scored on and an error and Matt Hebling scored on a wild pitch.

Fort Washington Generals scored five runs in the second inning. Jack Jamison and Justin Horn were both hit by pitches to drive in runs and Matt Hebling drove home a run with a Sacrifice fly RBI. 1 run scored on an error and Jake Dianno knocked in a run with a single.

Brian McPeak earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He tossed seven innings, giving up three runs, five hits, and striking out one. Dale Jacobs took the loss for Jenkintown. He pitched seven innings, giving up nine runs, seven hits, and striking out one.

McPeak helped secure the win, with a 2 run double in the top of the 7th inning scoring Justin Horn who had singled and JT Breslin who had walked. They had advanced to 2nd and 3rd on a fly out by Jake Dianno.

Fort Washington Generals collected seven hits. McPeak and Riley Brink each collected multiple hits for Fort Washington Generals.

Schyler Marsh went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Jenkintown in hits.

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FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS CAN’T HOLD UP AGAINST JENKINTOWN

Garrett.jpgFort Washington Generals had trouble keeping up with Jenkintown in a 10-1 loss on Saturday. Fort Washington Generals took an early lead in the first inning. A wild pitch by Jacob Petrisko scored one run for Fort Washington Generals. Jenkintown took the lead for good with two runs in the third inning. In the third Garret Breslin induced Jared Smith to ground out, but two runs scored.

Jenkintown scored seven runs in the seventh inning. Jenkintown’s big inning was driven by a single by Jake Gaev, a error, a single by John Contoudis, and a single by Joe Worek.
Petrisko earned the win for Jenkintown. He went seven innings, giving up one run, three hits, and striking out six. Breslin took the loss for Fort Washington Generals. He threw six and a third innings, giving up six runs, three hits, and striking out one.

Noel Franczyk, JT Breslin, and Justin Horn each collected one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals.

Jenkintown was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Tim MacColl made the most plays with 11.
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TWO PITCHERS TEAM UP AS FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS SHUTS OUT ROSLYN

Fort Washington Generals defeated Roslyn 3-0 on Thursday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Justin Horn induced a double-play from Josh Persing to finish off the game. The pitching was strong on both sides. Fort Washington Generals pitchers struck out three, while Paul Poppert sat down seven.

Fort Washington Generals took an early lead in the first inning. Brian McPeak doubled on a 1-2 count in the first inning, scoring two runs. McPeak also drove in the Generals 3rd run, when after a JT Breslin ground rule double and a Jake Dianno single, McPeak hit a long Sacrifice Fly.

One bright spot for Roslyn was a single by Colin Kelly in the first inning.

David Keller earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He pitched six innings, surrendering zero runs, four hits, and striking out three. Justin Horn recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Fort Washington Generals. Poppert took the loss for Roslyn. He threw six innings, allowing three runs, seven hits, and striking out seven.

Owen Lawn, Greg Cooper, Jake Dianno, Jack Jamison, JT Breslin, Matt Hebling, and McPeak each managed one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals. Fort Washington Generals didn’t commit a single error in the field. Noel Franczyk had 12 chances in the field, the most on the team.

Roslyn was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Josh Persing had the most chances in the field with eight.

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FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS GRABS LEAD IN SIXTH INNING FOR VICTORY OVER ROSLYN

Fort Washington Generals took the lead late in the game in a 4-1 victory over Roslyn on Tuesday. The game was tied at one with Fort Washington Generals batting in the top of the sixth when Greg Cooper doubled off of Nick Henry, driving in one run. Riley Brink’s triple scored Cooper and Brian McPeak’s single scored Brink.

Fort Washington Generals took an early lead in the first inning. Fort Washington Generals scored one run on a stolen base in the first inning.

Roslyn knotted the game up at one in the bottom of the fifth inning. A wild pitch by Riley Brink scored one run for Roslyn. Riley Brink earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He threw three innings, surrendering 1 run, three hits, striking out two, and walking 1. Max Weinberg went the first 3 innings, allowing 3 hits and no runs , striking out 2 with no walks. JT Breslin recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Fort Washington Generals. Nick Henry took the loss for Roslyn. He pitched five and a third innings, surrendering four runs, five hits, striking out five, and walking one.
Brink, Jake Dianno, Brian McPeak, Owen Lawn, Greg Cooper, and Jack Jamison each managed one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals. Matt Hebling and Justin Horn led Fort Washington Generals with two stolen bases each, as they ran wild on the base paths with seven stolen bases.

Roslyn had seven hits in the game. Ken Adkins and Paul Poppert each collected multiple hits for Roslyn. Roslyn was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Josh Persing had the most chances in the field with six.

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LIONVILLE DEFEATS FORT ON WALK OFF IN BOTTOM OF 7TH

The Fort Washington Generals battled back to tie Lionville in the top of the 7th, only to see Lionville win the game on a walk off wild pitch in the bottom of the 7th inning.

Lionville took an early lead in the second inning. #8 grounded out, scoring one run.
Fort Washington Generals scored three runs in the fifth inning. The big inning was thanks to a triple by JT Breslin, a double by Jake Dianno, a double by Owen Lawn, and a stolen base.

Dianno and Lawn each drove in one run to lead Fort Washington Generals. The Generals were able to score 2 runs in the top of the 7th without a hit as they capitalized on a walk, 2 errors and 2 stolen bases.Fort Washington Generals committed one error on the day. Jake Dianno had 2 hits on the day and Jack Jamison and Joey Monaghan also had a hit.

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THREE PITCHERS TEAM UP AS FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS SHUTS OUT HORSHAM

IMG_9713Fort Washington Generals defeated Horsham 13-0 on Friday as three pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Garret Breslin induced a fly out from Nick Arbaugh to finish off the game.

IMG_9715Fort Washington Generals scored five runs in the third inning. Fort Washington Generals’s big inning was driven by a single by Jack Jamison, a error, and a single by Riley Brink.
A single by Eric Jester in the first inning was a positive for Horsham.

 

IMG_9714David Keller earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He went three innings, allowing zero runs, two hits, striking out five, and walking one. Justin Horn threw one inning, as two relievers helped Fort Washington Generals finish off the victory. Matt Johnson took the loss for Horsham. He pitched three and a third innings, allowing eight runs, six hits, and walking one.
Brink went 1-for-3 at the plate as he led the team with three runs batted in and Joey Monaghan contributed 2 singles.

Josh Heebner went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Horsham in hits.

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FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS WINS BACK-AND-FORTH AFFAIR AGAINST HUNT. VALLEY

Fort Washington Generals and Hunt. Valley played a taut affair on Wednesday, but Fort Washington Generals eventually prevailed 4-3 after taking the lead for good in the seventh inning. The game was tied at two with Fort Washington Generals batting in the top of the seventh when JT Breslin doubled off of Eric Schwarz, driving in one run.
Hunt. Valley captured the lead in the first inning. Eric Schwarz grounded out, scoring one run.
Hunt. Valley knotted the game up at two in the bottom of the sixth inning. Kade Jones drove in a run when he walked with the bases loaded.
Brian McPeak earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He went six and a third innings, giving up three runs, five hits, and striking out five. Justin Horn recorded the last two outs to earn the save for Fort Washington Generals. Schwarz took the loss for Hunt. Valley. He pitched seven innings, giving up four runs, ten hits, striking out three, and walking one.
Fort Washington Generals collected ten hits. McPeak, Matt Hebling, and Horn each collected multiple hits for Fort Washington Generals. Jake Dianno and JT Breslin each drove in one run to lead Fort Washington Generals. Fort Washington Generals stole six bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Horn led the way with two.
Schwarz went 1-for-3 at the plate as he led the team with two runs batted in.

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