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Baseball: Falco Allows Only Three Hits in Win Over J.P. Stevens

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Mike Falco in the mound for the Bears Credits: Falco family
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Edison, NJ - The Bears took an early lead in the first inning and they continued to build on their lead. Another dominant pitching performance for the Bears allowed them to coast to a 5-1 win over the Hawks.

In the first inning the Bears put pressure on the opposing pitcher early. Senior Ryan Flynn hit a single letting David Bermudez score the first run of the game. At the end of the top half of the first the Bears already had a 2-0 lead. EB Junior Michael Falco absolutely dominated the Hawks on the mound. To open up the game Falco had shut down the first six batters.

Michael Falco pitched a complete game without allowing an earned run and only allowed 3 hits in addition to 9 strikeouts

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In the third inning EB added another run from a single from Junior Brad Edwards allowing Falco to score. In the bottom half of the third inning the Hawks answered back with a run but it was off of an error.

The Bears scored two more runs the rest of the game including a home run by Junior David Bermudez. With this 5-1 victory, the Bears are now 3-1 on the year.
 

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