Georgetown Royals Baseball '09

Georgetown can't hold onto early lead, fall in semis

BROCKTON — Just the 10th seed in Division 3 North, Georgetown defied the odds, winning four straight tourney games in the last two weeks. But Abington, the No. 1 seed in the South, ended the Cinderella run yesterday at Campanelli Stadium.

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Baseball, 06/11/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brunette, North Andover make history

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LOWELL - For a team forging ahead into history, North Andover High looked quite at home here on the finely-manicured diamond at LeLacheur Park.

Sophomore Alec Jillson slapped a two-run single in the first and Aaron Brunette - with a save from Mike Weisman - made it work swimmingly as the Knights knocked off Reading, 2-0, before about 500 fans for the Division 2 North championship.

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Baseball, 06/06/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sinkiewicz, Georgetown cling to title win

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LOWELL - With nearly 400 fans thinking hook, a gassed Georgetown High's Andrew Sinkiewicz landed one final jab.

"I was on fumes," said Sinkiewicz, who fought through 120-plus pitches and somehow held off Newburyport, 4-3, in a Division 3 North championship classic.

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Baseball, 06/06/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sinkiewicz fans 14, hits solo homerun in quarterfinal win.

Division 3 Georgetown starting pitcher Andrew Sinkiewicz pitched a complete game with 14 strikeouts and hit a homerun to help his cause. The Royals won the game 8-2 and move on to the Semifinals. There they will get a second chance at the North Reading Hornets who knocked them out of the quarterfinals last season 10-9.

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Baseball, 06/01/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Browner silences AC

Georgetown freshman pitcher Ryan Browner was dominant again, firing a complete-game six-hitter, as the Royals scored a 3-1 win over Arlington Catholic in the first round of the Division 3 North sectional. Browner allowed just a single run, registering six strikeouts. Georgetown will play either Weston or Amesbury in the quarterfinals.

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Baseball, 05/30/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sinkiewicz sends Tyngsboro packing

Andrew Sinkiewicz allowed just two runs while fanning 10 in seven innings and also helped his own cause at the plate with two hits and two RBIs as Georgetown topped Tyngsboro, 9-3, in the Division 3 North preliminaries. Josh Ingram also had a big day at the dish as he went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored. The Royals face Arlington Catholic in the First Round tomorrow at 2 p.m.

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Baseball, 05/28/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royals cop tourney

There was not a lot of great pitching, but Georgetown wasn't complaining after defeating Newburyport 7-6 in the finals of the second annual Bert Spofford Memorial Tournament.

“It’s nice that we were able to come out on top,” said Royals coach Mark Rowe, who’s starting pitchers, Andy Sinkewicz and Ryan Browner walked off with tournament co-MVP honors. “We lost in the championship game last year, honoring Bert, who was really important to us and to be able to win a tournament in his name is a great feeling for me and I know it is for my players as well.”

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Baseball, 05/25/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Four star day for Ingram

Josh Ingram drove in all four runs for Georgetown in a 4-0 shutout over Ipswich, in the opening round of the Spofford Tourney (at Georgetown). The senior outfielder cracked a three-run homer in the second inning and followed that with a run-scoring double in the fouth.

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Baseball, 05/23/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

East Boston 6, Georgetown 4

Ryan Browner (7 innings pitched, 11 strike outs, 0 walks, 3 hit-by-pitch, 4 hits, 6 runs, 1 earned run) pitched great on the mound, but the Royals made a couple of costly mistakes leading to big East Boston innings. Danyer Fabian had a solo home runs for Georgetown.

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Baseball, 05/18/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royals clinch share of CAL

Georgetown baseball clinched at least a share of the Cape Ann League title with yesterday's 8-4 win over Rockport. Freshman Ryan Browner (7 innings, 3 earned runs, 6 strikeouts, 6 hits) remained perfect while picking up his sixth win of the season. Said coach Mark Rowe of Browner's fantastic season, "I wouldn't have expected any of our pitchers to be 6-0, that's pretty remarkable. I didnt think he'd necessarily be pitching in the potential championship-clinching game, but he's certainly earned it."

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Baseball, 05/14/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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