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Spotswood Defeats Rahway For 16th Victory

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RAHWAY, NJ - The Spotswood High School boys varsity baseball team continued its strong season with a 13-2 route over Rahway High School. Rahway held a brief one run lead over the Greater Blue Division champion Chargers after the first inning before Spotswood broke the game open, scoring two runs in each of the second, third and fourth innings. They piled more runs on in the fifth and sixth to nail down their sixteenth victory of the season.

Dylan Seel had the hot bat and was four-for-four with three doubles and five RBIs. Ryan Szatkowski went three-for-three with two doubles and two RBIs. Vinnie Guardiola was two-for-three with one double. Matt Vento earned the win on the mound, giving up two runs on four hits. Vento struck out ten batters. Andrew Fuzesi and Evan Scarduffa each pitched one inning and struck out one batter.

Radelvis Paulino, Jordan Becker and Seth Holguin all spent time on the mound for Rahway, giving up a total of 14 hits. Paulino was tagged with the loss. Kris Houck and Matt Houck both has RBIs for Rahway.

The win improves Spotswood's overall record to 16-3. They are 11-1 in league play. The Chargers will have a couple of practice days before playing a rare evening game against North Brunswick High School at Michelin Field on Thursday, May 11. First pitch is 7 p.m.

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