Brooklyn, NY – La Salle Academy rolled out to Brooklyn for the second time in as many games and for the second time in as many games rolled out of Brooklyn with a decisive win, this time 12-0 against Nazareth at American Legion Fields. La Salle’s second straight victory improves their CHSAA ‘A’ Division record to 4-3 and 5-6 overall.
Junior pitcher, Eamon Moogan, pitched a complete game one-hitter for La Salle with nine strikeouts and only two walks. He also had a RBI double with a run scored and was awarded the ‘Angry Bird’ as La Salle’s player of the game. Four Cardinals had two hits including Izzac Garcia and Daniel Estevez, who also had two RBIs apiece.
The Cardinals, for a second straight game were delayed getting to the game, saw their offense delayed in beginning of the game as they went down 1-2-3 in the top of the first. Nazareth returned the favor in the bottom half of the inning before the Cards got into a groove and put up 12 over the next four innings to seal the game.
On Deck: La Salle hosts division rival St. John’s Prep on Tuesday under the lights on Randall’s Island, Field #46. First pitch is 6:00pm.