SUMMIT, NJ - Junior Mike Competiello pitched three scoreless innings of five-hit ball, went 2-4 with three RBI and stole two bases as the Summit High School Varsity Baseball Team mercy-ruled Union Catholic 10-0 at Memorial Park. The victory, the Hilltoppers second in a row, takes the Maroon and White's season slate to 5-6.
Sophomore Will Hellings and junior Danny Isralowitz each went 3-4 with two RBI, while Hellings also tossed three frames and allowed just a single hit and striking out four.
Summit smacked 13 hits on the afternoon, blew the game open with a nine-run third inning, and stole nine bases during the six-inning contest.
Post-game, Summit Head Coach Kevin Zaleski said contributions from throughout the roster have contributed to the big, back-to-back wins. "We are all buying in. Everyone is contributing and we are playing like a team.Hitting is contagious, and our two guys did a great job on the mound today."
The Hilltoppers will next face Rahway April 26 at Memorial Park. First pitch is set for 4 p.m. Summit opens Union County Tournament Play April 28 at Cranford. Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Reporting for this article was supplied by Summit High School junior Kyle Standing.