Nick Alvarez had three hits, scored four runs, drove in nine and fanned 10 over six innings of work as Bryant blasted Lane, 18-4, in the two teams’ Queens A West baseball opener on Wednesday, His twin brother Chris scored three runs and Adonis Lao, Darlyn Valdez and Jorge Zurita each had two RBIs for Bryant (1-0), which scored in every inning but the fourth. Lane is 0-1.
Long Island City 9, Richmond Hill 7: Eugene Lowe had two RBIs and Kristian Jimenez scored twice as LIC (1-0, Queens A West) rallied for four runs in the seventh. Richmond Hill falls to 0-1.
Stuyvesant 4, Environmental Studies 2: Evan Lubin went five innings and struck out seven for the win, Erick Wong scored twice and drove in a run and Kyle Yee added two hits and picked up the save for Stuyvesant (1-0) in Manhattan A West. Mario Padron drove in a run for Environmental, which is 0-1.
Susan Wagner 6, Port Richmond 4: Dylan Zipf had three hits, an RBI and also scored a run, Michael Bernstein had three hits and Nick Carpenter tossed 5 2/3 innings for the win for Susan Wagner (1-1) in Staten Island A. Port Richmond is 0-2.
Tottenville 12, Petrides 2: Tommy Scarangello fanned 10 in five innings of work for the win, Michael Milazzo and Chris Rigo each drove in two runs and Joe Sessa scored twice and drove in a run for Tottenville (1-0) in Staten Island A. Petrides is 1-1.
New Dorp 5, McKee/Staten Island Tech 4: Tom Sheridan drove in two runs, Charlie Cabranes and Tyler Warshefskie each had two hits and an RBI and Cabranes threw two shutouts innings of relief for the win for New Dorp (1-1) in Staten Island A. Joseph Carlo and Nick Manisero each had two hits for MSIT (1-1).
Lab Museum 3, Chelsea 1: Jacob Bader went the distance, struck out four and allowed four hits and Luke Christy and Basil Lyons had RBIs for Lab Museum (1-0) in Manhattan B Central. Chelsea is 0-1.
Stevenson 15, Leadership Institute 5: Jose Gonzalez had two hits and three RBIs, Kilvio Garcia had four hits and scored four times and John Carlo Santana scored three runs and drove in another for Stevenson (1-0) in Bronx B North. Leadership Institute is 0-1.
Bathgate 24, Bronx Academy of Letters 1: Jonathan Cespedes had three hits and six RBIs, Albert Gonzalez scored four runs, had two hits and two RBIs and Julio Martinez also scored four runs and drove in two for Bathgate (1-0), which put up a 10-spot in the first inning, in Bronx B South. Bronx Academy of Letters is 0-1.
InTech 10, American Studies 0: Arnold Dominguez had three hits and two RBIs, Bryan Gutierrez scored three runs and Eric Valdez tossed a five-inning, four –hitter for InTech (1-0) in Bronx B North. American Studies is 0-1.
South Bronx 5, Roosevelt 2: Radnny Fernandez had three hits, scored once and drove in a run and Kevin Victoriano fanned 12 in 5 2/3 for the win for South Bronx (1-0)in Bronx B North. Roosevelt is 0-1.
Cobble Hill 16, Automotive 12: Jason Garcia had two hits, scored twice and notched four RBIs, John Leon, Josh Smith and Mark Colon each drove in two runs and Gilbert Hernandez scored three runs for Cobble Hill (1-0) in Brooklyn B North. Automotive is 0-1.
All City Leadership 15, Tilden 3: Hector Negron notched three hits, scored three runs and drove in three, Marcus Candelaria added three hits and scored three runs and Adam Guzman scored twice for All City Leadership (1-0) in Brooklyn B South. Tilden is 0-1.
Thomas Jefferson 11, Prospect Heights 0: Al Stewart fanned 14 in five one-hit innings of work, Rigo Castillo had two hits, scored twice and drove in three runs and Anthony Gadison scored three runs for Jefferson (1-0) in Brooklyn B South. Prospect Heights is 0-1.
WHEELS 13, Hunter College HS 3: Rafael Ballenilla doubled, tripled and drove in five runs, Javier Cruz got the win in relief, pitching two innings and allowing only one hit and also collected three hits and two RBIs at the plate, and Jesus Guzman added three hits along with a run scored and an RBI for WHEELS (2-0) in Manhattan B North. Hunter falls to 0-2.
WHEELS 15, Hunter College HS 3: Jesus Guzman threw four innings of scoreless ball, striking out 10 while not walking a batter, Danny Guillermo had two hits and four RBIs, Javier Cruz had three RBIs and Alvin Valdez reached base all four times and scored three runs for WHEELS on Monday.
Bayside 2, Forest Hills 1
Flushing 9, American Studies 4
John Adams 5, Newtown 0
Beacon 11, Graphic Communications 0
Bronx Science 11, Grace Dodge 2
Source : https://nypost.com/2012/03/29/psal-baseball-roundup-alvarez-explodes-as-bryant-routs-lane/