FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS CAN’T HOLD UP AGAINST BROOMALL

Fort Washington Generals couldn’t keep up with Broomall and fell 14-1 on Monday.
Broomall scored nine runs in the fourth inning. The big inning for Broomall came thanks to a single by Vince Sposati, a walk by Steve Morrison, a single by Scott Hahn, a single by Luke Cantwell, a single by Luke Zimmerman, a single by Corey Woodcock, and a single by Chris Annas.

The Fort collected 5 hits on the day with Justin Horn-single, Matt Hebling-single and JT Breslin- Double getting hits on their final at bat as a senior Fort Washington General player. (not counting JT’s last at bat. )

Breslin had added an earlier single and Brian McPeak had the Fort’s other hit.

Mike Zicchinolfi knocked in the Generals lone run with an RBI ground out.

Broomall collected 18 hits. Sposati, Alden Mathes, Woodcock, Annas, Hahn, and Zimmerman each collected multiple hits for Broomall.

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FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS GRABS LEAD IN EIGHTH INNING FOR VICTORY OVER SPRINGFIELD

Fort Washington Generals defeated Springfield 3-2 on Sunday after taking the lead late in the game. The game was tied at two with Fort Washington Generals batting in the bottom of the eighth when Justin Horn tripled to right center field and then Matt Hebling hit a sacrifice fly to drive in the game winning run.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Fort Washington Generals pitchers struck out nine, while Colin Ebenhardt sat down four.
Springfield took an early lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for Springfield.

Brian McPeak earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He pitched one and two-thirds innings, allowing one run, one hit, and walking zero. Ebenhardt took the loss for Springfield. He threw eight innings, allowing three runs, six hits, striking out four, and walking one.

The Generals were down 1-0 when Matt Hebling reached pass on a error by the catcher. JT Breslin drilled a double down the left field line on a hit and run to put runners at 2nd and 3rd. Brian McPeak then ripped a single to left center field to give the Generals a 2-1 lead after 6 innings.

David Keller started the game for Fort Washington Generals. He threw seven and a third innings, surrendering one run, four hits, and striking out nine.

JT Breslin led Fort Washington Generals with two hits in four at bats.

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Fort Washington Generals Falls in Back-And-Forth Affair Against Falls Township

Even though Fort Washington Generals and Falls Township both had their opportunities, it was Falls Township that eventually prevailed 9-8 on Saturday. Falls Township trailed 8-7 in the bottom of the ninth inning when there was an error, scoring one run.
Despite the loss, Fort Washington Generals did collect 16 hits in the high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, Falls Township had 12 hits on the way to victory.
Fort Washington Generals captured the lead in the first inning. JT Breslin drove in one when he singled in the first inning.
After Fort Washington Generals scored one run in the top of the third, Falls Township answered with one of their own. Fort Washington Generals scored when Riley Brink singled off of Justin Porter, driving in one run. Falls Township then answered when Justin Ward singled off of Noel Franczyk, driving in one run.
Falls Township took the lead for good with one run in the ninth inning.
Fort Washington Generals scored three runs in the eighth inning. Fort Washington Generals’s big inning was driven by a walk by Breslin and a passed ball.
Falls Township scored three runs in the seventh inning. The big inning for Falls Township came thanks to a error and a double by Noah Silverman.

JT Breslin, Noel Franczyk, and Brian McPeak each collected 2 hits for the Fort, Riley Brink had 3 hats and Matt Hebling was on base 7 times, with 2 singles, 2 doubles, a walk and 2 hit by pitches. Breslin and Hebling each drove in two runs to lead Fort Washington Generals.
Ward, TJ Brasier, and RJ Huth each collected multiple hits for Falls Township. Ward led Falls Township with four stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with eight stolen bases.

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Fort Washington Generals Grabs Lead in Sixth Inning for League Championship over Jenkintown

IMG_9805Fort Washington Generals took the lead late and defeated Jenkintown 2-1 on Tuesday to win The League Championship. The game was tied at one with Fort Washington Generals batting in the bottom of the sixth when Justin Horn lead off with a single and then Matt Hebling executed a perfect hit and run to send Horn to third. The centerfielder in an attempt to throw out Horn, threw the ball away allowing the game winning run to score.
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The pitching was strong on both sides. David Keller struck out ten, while Tim MacColl sat down two.
Fort Washington Generals evened things up at one in the bottom of the fourth inning. With two outs in the fourth inning Jake Dianno drove in one run when he singled home Matt Hebling who was hit by a pitch and had advanced to third via two wild pitches..

IMG_9806Keller earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He went seven innings, surrendering one run, one hit, and striking out ten. MacColl took the loss for Jenkintown. He pitched six innings, surrendering two runs, four hits, striking out two, and walking zero.
Riley Brink, Dianno, Justin Horn, and Matt Hebling each managed one hit to lead Fort Washington Generals.

John Contoudis led Jenkintown with one hit in two at bats.

 

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FORT WASHINGTON GENERALS BEATS HUNT. VALLEY

Fort Washington Generals defeated Hunt. Valley 4-1 on Sunday.

Fort Washington Generals took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Jake Dianno hit a sacrifice fly to drive in a run, Owen Lawn tripled off of Eric Schwarz, driving in one run, and Schwarz uncorked a wild pitch, scoring one run.

Noel Franczyk earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He pitched seven innings, allowing one run, three hits, striking out six, and walking one. Schwarz took the loss for Hunt. Valley. He went six innings, allowing four runs, six hits, striking out two, and walking zero.

Dianno, Lawn, and Justin Horn’s base hit bunt single each drove in one run to lead Fort Washington Generals. Fort Washington Generals didn’t commit a single error in the field. Dianno had the most chances in the field with six.

Coleman Peppelman went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Hunt. Valley in hits. Jack Jamison had 2 hits for the Fort and Brian McPeak, Noel Franczyk and JT Breslin also had singles.

Defensively JT Breslin made a spectacular diving catch and Owen Lawn from right field threw out the 5th opponent at first base this year.

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Keller Throws Shutout As Fort Washington Generals Defeats Horsham

IMG_7508David Keller didn’t allow a single run as Fort Washington Generals defeated Horsham 7-0 on Sunday. Keller allowed just one hit and struck out Kevin Lastowka 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 six runs in the fourth inning. Fort Washington Generalsscored on a single by Justin Horn, a single by Matt Hebling, and a error.

One bright spot for Horsham was a single by AJ Vegas in the sixth inning.

David Keller earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He pitched seven innings, surrendering zero runs, one hit, striking out 12, and walking one. Nick Arbaugh took the loss for Horsham. He threw four innings, allowing seven runs, eight hits, striking out two, and walking one.

Fort Washington Generals had nine hits in the game. Horn and Riley Brink each collected multiple hits for Fort Washington GeneralsHebling led Fort Washington Generals with two runs batted in. He went 1-for-4 on the day.

Vegas led Horsham with one hit in two at bats.

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

Fort Washington Generals grabbed an early lead on its way to a 10-2 victory over Horsham on Sunday. Fort Washington Generals took the lead on a single in the first inning.

Fort Washington Generals captured the lead in the first inning. JT Breslin singled on a 1-1 count in the first inning, scoring one run.

Fort Washington Generals scored five runs in the second inning. Fort Washington Generalsscored on a double by Albert John, a single by David Keller, a single by Jake Dianno, and a stolen base.

Garret Breslin earned the win for Fort Washington Generals. He pitched five innings, surrendering two runs, two hits, and striking out four. Tyler Arnold took the loss for Horsham. He threw three and a third innings, surrendering ten runs, 11 hits, striking out four, and walking one.

Fort Washington Generals collected 12 hits. Justin HornDianno, and Keller each collected multiple hits for Fort Washington GeneralsHorn went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Fort Washington Generals in hits. Fort Washington Generals was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Max Weinberg made the most plays with five.

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