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GNCBL - Week 3 Update


Rain made yet another appearance this week as Tuesday's games were washed out. Two of those games were able to be rescheduled to 6/23 and the Anglers hot start to the 2021 Season continued as they hosted the Norsemen. A tight game, 1-0 until Wyatt Williamson got hold of his first homer of the year to make it 2-0 and that was the way it ended. Brian Riley took the loss and Ethan Brown got the win, giving up just 1 hit through 7 innings.

At St. Joe's the Windjammers visited the NorEasters in a game that featured a Triple Play and remained close all night long. The NorEasters took a 4-2 lead into the top half of the 7th but the WJammers were able to plate 4 runs to take a 6-4 advantage into home half of the inning. With the bases loaded and two out Ben Isaak delivered a 2RBI walk-off single to grab the NorEasters the win. Brady Wildes was the winning pitcher and Dylan Minor got the loss in a complete game effort.

Games Thursday are at Westbrook and St. Louis Field in Biddeford. Come catch a game!



In the latest action, the Nor'Easters and Anglers met for a week 3 matchup. In this one, the Nor'Easters came away victorious behind some great pitching by Mike Stewart and a balanced attack at the plate led by Colby Emmertz who went 3-3 with 2 RBI and Grant Hartley who added a Grand Slam. Hunter Labossiere had 2 hits for the Anglers .

The other game of the night featured the Norsemen hosting the Lumberjacks. Jack Olcott was strong on the mound for the Norsemen and turned in a complete game giving up 1 run, and recording 5 K's as the Norsemen beat the LJacks 2-1. Devin Tobin went 2-3 in the losing cause.

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