Brunswick baseball uses 7-run second inning to blitz St. Luke’s 12-2

The Brunswick School baseball team used a seven-run second inning and stellar pitching from Bradley Wilpon to take care of St. Luke’s School earlier today 12-2 in a game that lasted five inning.

Offensively Brunswick was led by Sam Fraser, who belted a two-run home run in the second inning. He also drew a walk in the third inning and singled in the fourth. Ryan Hardin also fared well at the plate, drilling two singles, drawing a walk, was also hit by a pitch and netted two runs batted in.

On the mound, Wilpon was light’s out throughout most of the contest. In four innings of work, the Brunswick pitcher gave up one hit and struck out nine, including retiring the side via the strikeout in the fourth. The only other people that got on base were the four that earned walks and the two that reached base on a Brunswick error.

“I thought as the game progressed I felt increasingly better,” Wilpon said. “Definitely towards the later innings I commanded the zone more and started commanding all my pitches. Its felt good towards the end and I’ll build on that for my next start.”

To read more about the game and to hear more from Wilpon, as well as head coach Johnny Montanez, check out Thursday’s Greenwich Post.

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