Scores, Hitter and Pitcher of the Day Tuesday July 15

Another day, another rainout. (See my note from yesterday about what the league has planned for the end of the season.)

Scores

Covington 4, Harrisonburg 0 (7 innings)
Harrisonburg 2, Covington 1 (7 innings) (Harrisonburg 1.5 games behind first place Front Royal)
Charles Town 3, Strasburg 1 (CT 4th place, half a game behind Staunton)
New Market 9, W0odstock 6 (New Market now 2 wins behind Winchester and Woodstock)
Staunton vs Aldie cancelled

Hitter of the Day

Darian Carpenter New Market 2014Our hitter of the day is New Market’s Darian Carpenter, from VCU, who did a little bit of everything for the Rebels last night. Our home run derby champ went 1-3 against Woodstock, with 3 runs, 3 RBIs, 2 walks, a home run, and 2 stolen bases. One of those walks was with the bases loaded, and the home run put the game away in the 9th for the Rebs. The home run was his 5th of the year, tying Matt Rose and Hunter Newman for the tops in the league.

Others of Note

Hayden Platt, Covington: 1-1, 2 runs, BB, HBP, 2B
Grant McKown, Covington: 3-3, RBI, 2B, SB (Grant was strongly considered for H.O.D.)
Joe Ravert, Strasburg: 1-2, run, 2 BB
Matt Gandy, Charles Town: 1-5, 3 RBIs (drove in all 3 of the Cannons’s runs!)
Demetrius Moorer, Covington: 2-3, 2B, SB
Christopher Barr, Harrisonburg: 2-3, run, 3B
Eric Kalbflesich, Harrisonburg: 1-2, run, RBI, BB, 3B (scored/drove in both Turk runs in game 2!)
Joey Roach, Harrisonburg: 2-2, RBI
Jimmy Kerrigan, New Market: 2-5, 2 runs, 2B, 2 SB
Thomas Vitaletti, New Market: 2-5, 2 runs, 2B, SB
Andrew Brodbeck, Woodstock: 2-5, run
Dave Hoffmann, Woodstock: 1-3, 2 runs, 2 BB
Logan Hoggarth, Woodstock: 2-5, run, RBI, 2B
Kevin White, Woodstock: 2-5, RBI
Nick Walker, Woodstock: 2-5, run, SB

Pitcher of the Day

Our POD, Covington’s Nolan Krivijanski, was a bit of a mystery, but ATVL was able to piece things together thanks to this new

Krivijanski pitching in the Daily News League

Krivijanski pitching in the Daily News League

website called “google.” First of all, Nolan shut down the Harrisonburg Turks in game one of the doubeheader last night, throwing a complete game (7 innings) shutout and allowing only 2 hits, 0 walks, and striking out 1 for a game score of 74. This was NOlan’s third appearance this summer, all in the span of the last six days. He hasn’t given up a run in 10 innings so far. The real mystery, though, was where he goes to school, as the Lumberjack roster doesn’t list one under his name. It turns out that Nolan, from West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, attended Duquesne as a quarterback for two years, but then transferred to California (Pa.) for a season (to pitch), and has now transferred to Point Park, an NAIA school. Nolan had to redshirt for a year due to transfer rules (don’t get me started on that!) (Nolan also pitched in the McKeesport Daily News League earlier this summer.)

Others of Note

Ryan Castellenos, Harrisonburg: 6 IP, 5 hits, 1 run, 1 BB, 9 K’s, win (66)
James Walsh, Woodstock: 6 Ip, 3 hits, 3 runs, 2 BB, 6 K’s (58)
Andrew White, New Market: 3 1/3 IP, 4 hits, 1 run (unearned), 1 BB, 5 K’s, win (54)

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