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    NYC baseball power rankings (5/8)

    by MSG Varsity on
    Tue, May 8, 2012 12:07 PM

    Updated Tue, May 8, 2012 12:29 PM
    NYC baseball power rankings (5/8)

    Norman Thomas pitcher Jeffrey Ledesma

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    NYC top 15 baseball teams (5/8)

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    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    1
    Grand Street Campus
    11-1
    1

    Ernesto Lopez had four hits and three RBIs, Kevin Martir had a double, triple and three runs scores and Jason Piascencia fanned seven in six no-hit innings in an 8-2 win over Bushwick. Next: Bushwick (Wednesday, 4 p.m.)

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    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    2
    11-0
    2

    Keith Moore, Andrew Shillaci and Gabe Hernandez led a balanced offensive attack and Frank Kaplan picked up the win in a 10-4 win over Holy Cross. Next: No. 25 Archbishop Molloy (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    3
    8-0
    3

    The Vikings continue to get solid pitching performances from Chris Falcone, who tossed a complete-game, one-hitter with nine strikeouts in a 3-0 win over Salesian. Next: @ St. Peter’s (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    4
    9-1
    4

    Matt Zapata, the younger brother of ace Andrew, homered and Phil Maldari tossed a no-hitter in a 10-0 non-league win over New Dorp. Next: Hackley (Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    5
    Tottenville
    11-3
    5

    Mike Sullivan struck out 10 in a complete-game two-hitter and homered with two RBIs in a 3-0 win over Curtis Monday for the red-hot Pirates. Next: McKee/Staten Island Tech (Wednesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    6
    George Washington
    11-1
    6

    Four pitchers combined to toss a no-hitter and Nelson Rodriguez and Bryan Mejia each drove in two runs in a 7-0 win over West 50th Street Campus. Next: @ Gregorio Luperon (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    7
    11-0
    8

    The Judges return to the field after back-to-back postponed games against Richmond Hill last week for a home-and-home against Francis Lewis. Next: @ Francis Lewis (Tuesday, 4:30 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    8
    8-2
    7

    The mighty Rams have tripped up a bit, losing two straight, including a 6-5 loss to Xavier Monday. It doesn’t get any easier Tuesday with revenge-minded Iona coming to Rose Hill. Next: Iona Prep (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    9
    8-1
    10

    The Mavericks belted out 17 hits in a 16-3 win over Cardinal Hayes. It was the start of a massive week for Moore, which has league games against Farrell and Sea on the horizon. Next: @ Monsignor Farrell (Tuesday, 5 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    10
    11-1
    9

    Inoel had an RBI double, but that’s the lone highlight for Monroe in a 3-1 loss to Clinton Monday. Mike Turo’s team seeks its revenge at home Wednesday. Next: DeWitt Clinton (Wednesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    11
    Norman Thomas
    10-1
    11

    The Tigers can’t quite focus on a massive home-and-home with George Washington to determine the PSAL Manhattan A East title. That’s because Brandeis is up next. Next: Brandeis (Thursday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    12
    John Adams
    10-1
    12

    Anderson DeLeon struck out nine in a five-inning, two-hitter and Jorge Barahona drove in two runs for the Spartans in a 10-0 win over Forest Hills Saturday. Next: @ Franklin K. Lane (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    13
    9-3
    13

    The Ravens offense is rolling, scoring a combined 20 runs in weekend wins against Iona Prep and Salesian. St. Ray’s has won nine of its last 10 games. Next: All Hallows (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    14
    7-4
    14

    Rosario DiLorenzo pitched a gem Monday, allowing just three hits in a complete-game 12-0 win over St. Edmund Prep. Next: @ No. 2 Xaverian (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    15
    Telecom
    8-3
    15

    The Yellow Jackets have lost two straight games, falling 4-2 against Midwood last week and 2-1 to New Utrecht Monday. Revenge against the Utes could come Wednesday. Next: EBC/Bushwick Leaders (Tuesday, 4 p.m.)

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