Boys Varsity Baseball · Anthony Starr Drives In Five To Brooklyn Hurricanes Victory Over John Hay in Game 1 of a double header.


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Anthony Starr drove in five on three hits to lead Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity past John Hay 18-1 on Saturday. Starr drove in runs on a double in the second, a double in the third, and a triple in the fourth.

In the first inning, Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity got their offense started when Alex Hernandez singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.

John Hay knotted the game up at one in the bottom of the first inning, when John Pierson threw a wild pitch allowing one run across the plate for John Hay.
Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity pulled away for good with four runs in the second inning. In the second Zach Villard singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run and Starr doubled on a 2-1 count, scoring two runs.

Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity scored eight runs in the third inning. Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity’s big bats in the inning were led by a triple by Dominic Berry, a single by Jimmy Gray, a home run by James Trunkett, an error on a ball put in play by Hernandez, and a double by Starr.

Pierson earned the win for Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity. The lefty lasted four innings, allowing three hits and one run while striking out nine and walking zero.

Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity smacked one home run on the day. Trunkett had a four bagger in the third inning.

Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity racked up 17 hits. Starr, Pierson, Gray, and Berry each racked up multiple hits for Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity. Pierson and Starr each collected three hits to lead Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity. Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Jeremiah Gonzalez had the most chances in the field with nine. Pierson led Brooklyn Hurricanes Varsity with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with six stolen bases.