Georgetown Royals Baseball '14

Georgetown in familiar surroundings


LOWELL — If the calendar says early June, chances are you can find the Georgetown baseball team playing important games.

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Baseball, 06/04/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown hands away Spofford final

GEORGETOWN — If you're Georgetown High baseball coach Justin Spurr, you absolutely need your baseball team to tighten things up with the Division 4 North Tournament.
A slew of mistakes — three errors and a whopping six outs on the base paths — cost the Royals the Bert Spofford Memorial tourney title in an 8-5 nine-inning loss to Newburyport here yesterday.
Next week, they might end the season.
Georgetown spotted the Port a 3-0 lead but showed some grit with three of its own in the third. Chris Chiklakis smacked an RBI triple and Colby Ingraham added a run-scoring double in the frame.
Spurr went to soft-throwing reliever Duncan Hough in the third, and he silenced the Clipper bats to the point where he deserved the victory. the Clippers kept coming.
The visitors, who didn't qualify for the postseason put up one in the sixth, one in the seventh and ultimately three in the ninth to make a winner out of Webster, who went the route.
Painfully, the last three Royals who reached base with a chance to win it in the seventh or eighth were either picked off by Webster or caught stealing.
And it looked like the Royals would grant him one in the fifth.
Walks to Chiklakis and Mike Goddu, two steals, two wild pitches and a Port throwing error made it 5-3 through five. But while the Royals seemed content, finishing the day with only four hits off Port righty Scott Webster,  
Hough deserved a much better fate, taking the loss with five innings of five-hit ball without a walk. 
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Baseball, 05/25/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royals' Slack wins duel

Georgetown's Pat Slack and Triton's Justin Cashman hooked up in a classic pitcher's duel in the opener of the Spofford Memorial Tournament. The Royals picked up just enough offense with Ben Noelk and Colby Ingraham producing RBI hits, to scratch out a 2-1 win.
Slack went the distance, giving up two hits and three walks while striking out three.
Not to be outdone, it was Pentucket's Ryan Kuchar and Newburyport's James Nutter colliding in the other semifinal.
The Sachems managed only one hit on the day against Nutter and fell, 1-0.
Today at noon, it's Georgetown vs. Newburyport in the title game, while the consolation between Triton and Pentucket is slated at 3 p.m. The games are both at Georgetown High School.
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Baseball, 05/24/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Colby goes deep

Colby Ingraham blasted a three-run homer, his first longball since his return from a torn ACL, as Georgetown rolled over Burlington 16-9

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Baseball, 05/20/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Going yard

Georgetown played longball with Kyle Nelson blasting a 3-run bomb in the first and winning pitcher Alex Bornholdt drilling a two-run shot in the second in a 9-2 shellacking of Amesbury.

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Baseball, 05/15/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Slack blasts homer

Patrick Slack blasted a two-run homer and Colby Ingraham smashed a two-run triple as Georgetown baseball rolled 9-0 over Ipswich.


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Baseball, 05/13/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royal upset


Georgetown's baseball team pulled off the win of the year, knocking off unbeaten Masconomet 5-4 behind the arm and bat of junior Alex Bornholdt. He pitched three innings of relief, allowing just one hit, and delivered the winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh with a long sacrifice fly, driving in Mike Goddu. In the last 11 innings over four days, he has two wins and allowed only three hits.

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Baseball, 05/12/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

What a Win!

Alex Bornholdt tossed an eight-inning shutout to lead Georgetown baseball 1-0 over Rockport.

The Royals scored in the top of the eighth after Dan Manning singled up the middle to begin the inning and was pinch run for by Duncan Hough.

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Baseball, 05/08/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tough luck loser

Pat Slack allowed just one earned run and struck out seven in an eight-inning complete game, but Georgetown suffered a tough 2-1 extra inning loss to Saugus.

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Baseball, 05/05/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Blasts hometown


Whittier Tech junior Ralph Francesconi of Georgetown blasted a mammoth two-run homer in the first inning over Georgetown and junior Craig Delorey made that stand in a 4-1 victory.

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Baseball, 04/28/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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