Hollow Varsity Baseball team defeated Irvington On Wednesday, May 24th
3-2 in the bottom of the 8th inning to advance to the Sectional playoffs.
Trailing 2-1 in the bottom of the 7th, the Horseman tied it up 2-2.
In the bottom of the 8th inning, with two outs, Zane Buckley hit a
game winning single to send the Horseman into the playoffs.
Buckley also picked up the win for the Horseman pitching an
8-inning complete game.
The Horseman will play in the first round of the sectional
tournament this Saturday, May 27th, with the opponent to be
Tuesday, May 23rd, in their ninth game of the season, the
Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by White Plains
12-1. The next game will be played at Rye on Thursday, May 25th. (Posted 5/25/2006)
Hollow baseball won a big game on Tuesday, May 23rd with a
score of 9-5 to keep their sectional hopes alive.
Max Lipson pitched a complete game to get the win and Danny Rosario
and Darwin Cabrejo added 3 hits each.
They play their final game on Wednesday, May 24th at
home versus Irvington. The
winner of this game will make the sectionals. (Posted 5/25/2006)
Sleepy Hollow lost
to Nanuet On Thursday, May 18th, 13-1. Zane Buckley took the loss for the
Horseman. Sleepy Hollow will face Bronxville Monday, May 22nd at home. (Posted
junior varsity baseball team won its forth straight game improving their
record to seven and seven. Matt Vallo pitched a complete game shut out,
striking out nine, bringing his season total to 49. Jonathan Rodriguez
went 4-4 setting the table for the rest of the offense to drive in seven
runs and defeat Irvington 7-0. (Posted
junior varsity baseball team won its third game in a row on Wednesday, May
Ortiz pitched another complete game, and Matt Vallo hit his first home run
of the year. The entire team contributed to this win, with timely hitting
and very good defense. (Posted
The Sleepy Hollow Varsity
Baseball team lost an 11-inning heartbreaker on Wednesday, May 17th
with a score of 6-5 vs. Nanuet. Max
Lipson pitched 9 strong innings allowing only 2 hits, while Chris Pichardo
smacked two homeruns for the Horsemen.
Zane Buckley took the loss. The
Horseman will take on Nanuet again on Thursday, May 18th at
home. (Posted 5/18/2006)
May 12, 2006
Due to the weather, the Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball team’s game
against Mamaroneck Middle School was cancelled today. As here are no
common available dates, the game will not be rescheduled. (Posted
Tuesday, May 9, 2006 in their seventh game of the season, the Sleepy
Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by a Pelham split squad
next game will be played against Mamaroneck Middle School at Washington
Irving on Friday, May 12th.
junior varsity baseball team won their fourth game of the season on
Friday, May 5th by a score of nine to four.
Luis Ortiz pitched a complete game, striking out 14 batters.
The entire team played and it was a great team win. Our
next game is Tuesday, May 9th at Woodlands.
(Posted May 9, 2006)
Hollow lost to Bronxville 11-5 on Thursday, April 27th.
Tim Arduino collected 3 hits, while Yonathan Rodriguez recorded 8
strikeouts. Zane Buckley took
the loss. Sleepy Hollow faces
Valhalla on Saturday April 29lth at 7 p.m., under the lights at Losee
Park. (Posted 5/1/2006)
Thursday, April 27th in their second game of the season, the
Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by Mamaroneck
20-14. The game was halted in the middle of the fifth inning due to time
next game will be played at home against Hendrick Hudson Middle School on
Friday, April 28th.
Hollow defeated Valhalla 12-0 Saturday, April 28th under the lights at
Losee Park. The winning
pitcher was Max Lipson who pitched 6 shut out innings.
Yonathan Rodriguez hit a home run into the Hudson River for Sleepy
Hollow. The Horseman face
Albertus Magnus today at home. (Posted
april 28th, in their third game of the season, the Sleepy
Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by Hendrick Hudson 17-1.
The game was stopped after the fifth inning due to the Mercy Rule.
next game will be played at home against New Rochelle Middle School on
Tuesday, May 2nd. (Posted 5/1/2006)
Wednesday, April 26th the junior varsity baseball team played
its first mistake-free game of the season.
Although they lost the game, making no mistakes for a full
seven-inning game was a huge accomplishment. (Posted 4/28/2006)
Sleepy Hollow lost a heart
breaker on Wednesday, April 26th losing 6-5 to Pelham.
Sleepy Hollow took an early 3-0 lead, but allowed Pelham to tie it
in the 4th inning with three unearned runs on three errors.
Sleepy Hollow regained the lead 5-3 going into the 7th inning.
In the 7th inning with one out, Pelham cracked a two-run homerun to
tie the game. Pelham then
followed with a single, and double to score the eventual game-winning run.
Sleepy Hollow was unable to score in the bottom of the 7th inning. The loss now drops Sleepy Hollow to 4-6.
Sleepy Hollow travels to Bronxville on Thursday, April 27th.
Hollow lost on Tuesday, April 25th 9-2 to Eastchester.
Max Lipson took the loss allowing 5 earned runs.
Sleepy Hollow didn't help themselves yesterday committing 5 errors,
but look to rebound today Wednesday, April 26th against Pelham.
Erik Waldman hit a triple and scored a run for Sleepy hollow.
junior varsity baseball team lost another heartbreaker to Eastchester On
Tuesday, April 25th. Luis
Ortiz pitched another complete game, but came up empty.
The Horsemen have a game against Pelham on Wednesday, April 26th
and are looking forward to getting back to their winning ways. (Posted 4/28/2006)
Tuesday, April 25th, in their first game of the season, the
Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by Rye 1-0. The
game took just over two hours and was a very well played game. The only
run in the game came when the first batter for Rye walked, advanced to
second on an infield error and scored on an opposite field bloop hit.
Sleepy Hollow displayed good pitching and defense in the contest.
The key was a lack of timely hitting as the Horseman left the bases loaded
twice and stranded a total of ten runners.
The next game will be played at
Mamaroneck on Thursday, April 27th. (Posted
Thursday, April 20th, Sleepy Hollow defeated Edgemont 7-3 at
home. Entering the bottom of
the 6th inning with two outs, Sleepy Hollow was clinging to a 4-3 lead.
Yonathan Rodriguez stepped to the plate and delivered a 3-run
homerun, giving Sleepy Hollow a 4-run lead entering the 7th inning.
Winning pitcher, Zane Buckley, closed the door to give Sleepy
Hollow the victory. Zane
Buckley pitched 7 innings, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits, striking out ten. (Posted
Thursday, April 20th the junior varsity baseball team suffered
a tough loss to Hastings. The
team played without a few key starters and younger players had to step in.
Though the team lost, everyone played his hardest and some younger
players showed promise. Our
next game is on Saturday, April 22nd at Warwick.
Thursday, April 20th in a contest played as a scrimmage, the
Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball team was defeated by White Plains,
17-0. The game was stopped after the top of the sixth inning due to the
Mercy Rule. Some highlights of the game were:
- Seven athletes had the opportunity to
- All fifteen players hit in a continuous
first game will be played at home on Tuesday, April 25th against Rye.
a contest played as a scrimmage, the Sleepy Hollow Middle School baseball
team was defeated 16-6. The game was stopped after the fifth inning due to
the Mercy Rule. Some highlights of the game were:
unassisted double play
out a runner at the plate on a well executed relay from the outfield
1-2-3 defensive fourth inning
athletes had the opportunity to pitch
fifteen players hit in a continuous batting order
next scrimmage will be played at White Plains on Thursday. (Posted
junior varsity baseball team suffered their first lost yesterday to
Pelham. It was a tight game.
Matt Vallo and Jesse Humm pitched very well, but for the first time
all year the offense struggled to produce runs.
It was a learning experience for the young team and they will set
their sites on Hastings for a re-match on Thursday.
Sleepy Hollow (3-4) defeated
Pelham yesterday 9-5 in a close game.
The game was tied 5-5 entering the top of the 6th till Sleepy
Hollow’s second baseman drove in the eventual game winning run with a
triple. Entering the 7th
inning, clinging to a one run lead, the Horseman loaded the bases, and
Taylor Zolbe unloaded them. With
infield drawn in, Zolbe laced a single to center.
That gave Sleepy Hollow a 4-run lead entering the ninth inning.
Sleepy Hollow was able to hold onto the win in the bottom of the 7th
with great pitching. Sleepy
Hollow will play at Edgemont Thursday.
junior varsity baseball team hit its first winning streak of the season
defeating a very talented Eastchester by a score of 15-13.
Matt Vallo pitched five plus strong innings and Jesse Humm came in
to mop up the rest. It was
another great team victory as almost everyone in the line-up contributed
one way or another. (Posted
Sleepy Hollow Varsity Baseball team dropped their opener on April 6th,
21-1 to Hastings. Making
his Varsity debut, sophomore Mike Sullivan had Sleepy Hollow's lone hit,
while driving in the only RBI. Sleepy
Hollow will look to bounce back Friday as they face Eastchester away.
junior varsity boys’ baseball team got off to a good start yesterday
April 6th, defeating Hastings by a score of 4-2.
Luis Ortiz pitched a gem, going all seven innings and only walking
one batter. Erik Truetler,
who had two doubles, and Christian Zolbe who drove in two important
RBI’s powered the offense. It
was a great team win, producing runs when needed, and keeping optimum
composure in tight jams.
The Sleepy Hollow Varsity Baseball Team has made great strides in
recent years. The team looks to recapture the momentum of its
quarterfinal sectional bid last season. Transitioning from the powerful
lineup of 2005, this years team will utilize speed and "small ball"
to generate the majority of its offensive output. Combined with strong
pitching and a very aggressive base running approach the 2006 Varsity
baseball team will be a very tough team to beat.
The sleepy hollow junior varsity baseball team is off to a good
start. The team is full of dedicated, hardworking ball players. After
completing a week of six a.m. practices, the devotion and passion for
the game is no longer in question. The return of players as Darwin
Cabreja, Eric Treutler, Matt Vallo and Jesse Humm should add to the
excitement and success of the team. Some exciting new comers include:
Jonathan Rodriguez and Christian Zolbe. Together, along with a plethora
of other talented ball players, should make for an exciting season, and
eventually increase the potency of the varsity.
The Sleepy Hollow Modified Baseball Program is for 7th
and 8th grade students. This Interscholastic Program allows
the more talented players the opportunity to practice with and perform
against other higher skilled athletes. The objective of this program is
to focus on rules, skills player development, team play and healthy
competition. It is extremely important that athletes at this level have
a positive, meaningful, and productive experience.
The team is coached by
Richard Perugini. Previously, Mr. Perugini coached varsity baseball in
the Tarrytowns and has guided the modified program for the last eight
The squad’s practice
facility is Washington Irving School. Indoor practices take place in the
gymnasium, while outside practices will be held on the lower baseball
field. Home games will be played on the W.I. lower baseball field and
away contests will be played at sites scheduled by the opponent.
Athletes will be transported to and from away games. Games generally
begin around 4:15, with no inning started after two hours.
Please come out and
support the Modified Baseball Program.