Baseball Roundup: Lynn Classical beats Malden in extra innings

Classical's Almani Medina had three RBI in a win over Malden Wednesday afternoon. (Item File Photo)

The Lynn Classical baseball team battled until the very end on Wednesday afternoon, forcing extra innings before taking home a 10-9 win over Greater Boston League foe Malden on the road at Pine Banks Park. 

Almani Medina and Christian Spates led the offensive attack for the Rams with three RBI each, while Aaron O’Connor and Darnell Leon each had two RBI. Tyler Wilson notched two hits and scored three runs in the win.

Leon also took home the win on the mound after coming in to pitch in relief. 

Classical (4-2) hosts Everett Friday (4) at Fraser Field. 


Marblehead 5, Salem 1

After trailing 1-0 entering the top of the fifth, the Magicians plated five runs over the next two innings and then held on for a win on the road at Salem State University.

Schuyler Schmitt had a huge day at the plate, going 3-for-4 with three doubles and an RBI. Sami Loughlin (2-for-4) and Charlie Titus (2-for-3) each had an RBI, while Godot Gaskins (2-for-4) added two hits and a run scored. 

Jacob Sherf went the distance on the mound to notch the win for Marblehead, allowing one run on five hits with eight strikeouts and two walks. 

For Salem, Ethan Doyle (1-for-3) had the lone RBI. Bobby Jellison, Jack Doyle, Jon Wasserman and Reynold Fortuna each had one hit in the loss. 

Ethan Doyle also took the loss on the mound, tossing 5 1/3 innings and allowing five runs on 12 hits with seven strikeouts and two walks. 

Salem (3-10) hosts Danvers Monday (4).

Marblehead (11-3) hosts Peabody Friday (4).

Saugus 7, Beverly 1

Saugus (5-7) travels to Swampscott Thursday (4:30).

Masconomet 1, Swampscott 0

It was a true pitchers’ duel at Masconomet Regional High School Wednesday, but junior Joseph Ford took the tough-luck loss for the Big Blue. Ford allowed one run in the first inning, then went on to only allow three hits for the entire game while striking out six. 

On the offensive side of things, Swampscott could only scratch out two hits — one each from Matt Schroeder and Connor Correnti. 

Swampscott (5-7) hosts Saugus Thursday (4:30).

Austin Prep 21, Bishop Fenwick 5

Chris Faraca and Brandon Bloom each notched two hits and an RBI in the loss for the Crusaders, while Alex Gonzalez and Scott Emerson each had a hit and an RBI. 

Fenwick wraps up the regular season at 8-9 and will travel to Bishop Feehan for the quarterfinal round of the CCL Cup Friday afternoon (4).

Peabody 10, Winthrop 0

Peabody pitchers Dom Annese and Evan DeLillo combined for the shutout on the mound on Senior Night, with Annese pitching 5 1/3 innings and allowing just one hit with seven strikeouts and two walks for the victory. DeLillo pitched one inning and had two strikeouts. 

On the offensive end, Cam Cuzzi led the Tanners’ attack with three RBI and two runs scored. Joe Raymond and Jabez Marte each added an RBI, while Ryan Knight, Brendan Smith and Scott Hurley each had one hit. 

Prior to the game, Peabody honored its group of six seniors — Knight, DeLillo, Annese, Cuzzi, Marte and Juan Tolentino — for their contributions to the program over the years. 

Winthrop hosts Swampscott Friday (4).

Peabody (7-7) travels to Marblehead Friday (4).


Wyoma Red Sox 8, Wyoma Angels 4

The Red Sox trailed 4-2 after one inning before Anthony Owumi entered and struck out 12 consecutive batters to get the win. Offensively, the Red Sox (11-2) got big hits from Jack Nardone, Brayden Nicosia, Ben Zukowski and Owumi in the win at Reinfuss Field.

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