Shore Conference Week 2 Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Week
Each week through 2021, Shore Sports Network will recognize eight players and eight pitchers who stood out over the past week Monday through Sunday – one Division Player and one Pitcher of the Week from each of Shore’s six divisions. Conference and two wild cards in each. Category.
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Adrenaline Week 2 Players of the week
Class A North Player of the Week
Zach Gorman, Township of Freehold.
Gorman couldn’t hurt last week, throwing a three-stroke shutout with nine strikeouts against Middletown South on Wednesday and a 5 for 6 record in Freehold Township’s two wins over the previously undefeated Eagles, including 3 for 3 in the game. he won on the mound.
Honorable Mention Class A North: Danny Frontera, Middletown North; Anthony Matron, Manalapan; Anthony Mauro, Manalapan; Chris Marzo, Manalapan; Vin Impresa, Howell; Chris Ellison, Howell; Mark Capell, Marlboro; Joe Stanzione, Middletown South; Cristian Bernardini, Manalapan
Class A Center Player of the Week
Matt Scrivanic, Catholic Red Bank
Red Bank Catholic scored 43 points in four games last week, which required a lot of hot hitters in the Caseys roster. Scrivanic has been involved in every big offensive blast, finishing Week 9 in 15 with a double, two triples, a homer and seven RBIs to start RBC’s offense.
Class A central honorable mention: Jason Sparkes, Holmdel; Luke O’Hea, Raritan; Sean Griggs, Catholic from Red Bank; Alex Stanyek, Catholic of the Red Bank; Brett Hilsheimer, Holmdel; Tom Turnbach, St. Rose; Jack Lomerson, St. Rose; Jack Crawford, Sainte Rose
Class A Southern Player of the Week
Cam Leiter, Central
As the first player with the Leiter name to play at Central in nearly four decades, Cam Leiter had his first big moment as a Golden Eagle and he didn’t come over the mound. Leiter had a solo home run to break a 2-2 draw at the bottom of the sixth inning to give Central a 3-2 victory over Toms River South.
Honorable Mention Class A South: Jack Tava, North Toms River; Anthony Encarnacion, East Toms River; Ty Beck, Jackson Memorial; JR Osmond, Jackson Memorial; Sean Mindas, North Toms River; Joe Gioia, Brick Memorial; Charlie Meglio, Jackson Memorial; Ty Gibson, South Toms River
Class B North Player of the Week
Liam Wiley, Freehold Boro
Freehold Boro needed a win the wrong way and Wiley delivered one to his team almost on his own. On Thursday, Wiley went 4 for 4 with a double, homerun and two RBIs, including a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth to seal the 6-5 victory over Neptune.
Honorable Mention Class B North: Max Harrell, wall; Nick Lovarco, wall; Gabe Cavazzoni, wall; Cullen Condon, Manasquan; Ben Goldman, Colts Neck; Sean O’Mara, Red Bank; Gus Dal Pra, Red Bank; Jack Zabarsky, ocean; Eli Gries-Smith, Matawan; Brad Salamone, Colts Neck
Class B Center Player of the Week
Nick Bigotto, Henry Hudson
Henry Hudson’s runner-up set the tone for a 2-1 week with a full game on the mound in a 6-1 win over Mater Dei Prep. Bigotto also went 1 for 3 with two RBIs in the win, which preceded a 24-21 victory over Mater Dei the following day to complete the sweep.
Class B central honorable mention: Charlie Chropuvka, Ranney; Brandon Hendrickson, Henry Hudson Lou Spadafora, Ranney; Jake Jacobsen, Mater Dei; Andrew Banick, Point Beach
Class B Southern Player of the Week
Nick Danbrowney, Barnegat
Danbrowney has been as good as any player in the conference, both as a hitter and pitcher, and that’s why he now has a Divisional Player of the Week to go along with the Pitcher of the Week of the Week nomination. last. Last week Danbrowney hit a career-high 14 in a loss to Lacey, including 11 straight strikeouts, and his offense was even better. In three games, he’s gone 8 for 11 with a double, triple, homerun, five runs and five RBIs – including 4 for 4 with a double against Lacey Jacob Bowles’ ace.
Honorable Mention Class B South: Mike Damato, Manchester; Nick Danbrowney, Barnegat; Bryan Snowden, Barnegat; Matt Kaliske, Lacey; Carl Barth, Jackson Liberty; Chris Grille, Manchester; Gavin Degnan, Catholic of Donovan
Mike Damato, Manchester
Damato was locked at home plate, going 7 for 10 with a double, triple and home run, including a tied treble at the bottom of the seventh inning of a 6-5 win over Toms River East. Damato also pitched six solid innings to beat Jackson Liberty, allowing just one unearned run while striking out six.
Luke O’Hea, Raritan
Raritan had two big offensive games last week thanks to O’Hea’s efforts. He was 5-for-12 for the week and 5-for-9 in both wins. The senior midfielder went 3-for-5 with an RBI in a 9-8 win over Ocean and belted a grand slam in a 10-6 win over Shore.
Adrenaline pitchers of the week
Class A North Pitcher of the Week
Danny Frontera, Middletown North
Frontera defeated Long Branch when he left last week, striking out 17 in a six-innings batter that started with a brace by Robert Baez of Long Branch. He also went 5-for-9 with two triples and three RBIs in the two wins over Long Branch.
Honorable Mention Class A North: Joe Mazza, Manalapan; Zach Gorman, Twp Freehold; Daniel Furlong, Howell; Colin Dowlen, Middletown North; Colin Reilly, CBA
Class A Center Pitcher of the Week
Lucky Perrotto, Ocean
With his team mired in a three-game losing streak, Perrotto was set to deliver a big outing last Wednesday against Raritan. The senior southpaw landed a hit with a batter in which Perrotto allowed only one undeserved run and one walk while striking out nine.
Class A central honorable mention: Jake Umans, Holmdel; Charlie Jones, Rumson-Fair Haven; Declan Leary, Catholic of Red Bank
Class A Southern Pitcher of the Week
Brandon Valles, North Toms River
Valles made two impressive starts to open his final year and after losing a pitching duel to Shane Panzini of Red Bank Catholic, he finished on the winning end last week. The senior southpaw had a three-stroke shutout in a 2-0 win over Brick Memorial, with three goals and six strikeouts in the Jewel.
Honorable Mention Class A South: Jeremy Bruner, Center; Matt Potok, Jackson Memorial; Mike Florie, Toms River East; Ethan Gonzales, brick
Class B North Pitcher of the Week
Mike Caldon, Matawan
Caldon was one of the highlights of the Last Dance World Series in July and he was even better to open his final year. In his last outing, the Huskies right-hander threw a two-stroke shutout with 12 strikeouts and no marches in Matawan’s 5-0 win over Freehold Boro.
Honorable Mention Class B North: Brian Young, Neptune; Ryan Sekman, Saint John Vianney
Class B Center Pitcher of the Week
Nick Coniglio, Ranney
While Middletown North’s Frontera recorded all of his 18 strikeouts except one via the strikeout, Coniglio was 12 in 12. The sophomore Panthers struck out a dozen in four shutout innings in Ranney’s win over Keyport.
Class B central honorable mention: Nick Bigotto, Henry Hudson; Diego Tavarez, Ranney; Marcello Mastroianni, Ranney
Class B Southern Pitcher of the Week
Jacob Bowles, Lacey
Although he didn’t throw a second hit without a hitting, Bowles was the Class B South standout pitcher again last week. The senior right-hander went the distance on 112 shots to beat Danbrowney and Barnegat, 3-1. In the win, Bowles struck a career-high 12 and set the tone for home plate with a starting single in a three-run first inning for the Lions.
Honorable Mention Class B South: Ethan Bloomfield, Jackson Liberty; Nick Danbrowney, Barnegat; Shaun O’Keefe, Catholic from Donovan
Joe Mazza, Manalapan
Mazza was another standout Shore pitcher to take a hitter deep in a start, with the Manalapan left-hander taking a perfect game late in the sixth inning against the ABC before giving up two straight hits. Mazza went home and tied the game with a two-strikeout RBI single and finished seven innings on the mound with 12 strikeouts in the extra victory over ABC.
Brian Young, Neptune
After losing to St. John Vianney, 9-0, to open the week, Neptune rebounded to a 4-1 win over the Lancers thanks to another impressive outing from Young. The engagement from Rider University struck out 12 points in a full three-batting game and went 2 for 3 at home for good measure.