Behind strong pitching from Miles Langhorne and timely hitting, Greenwich’s baseball team posted a 7-1 win over Norwalk in an FCIAC game held on Monday night in Norwalk.
Langhorne, a senior right-hander, struck out 12 batters in five innings to lead the Cardinals on the mound. Throwing 88 pitches in five innings, Langhorne allowed three hits to earn the victory. Junior right-hander Tommy Healey allowed one run and two hits in two innings of relief for Greenwich. He registered three strikeouts in his two innings of work.
Leadoff hitter Tyler Cusimano, a junior, had two hits and two runs scored, while senior first baseman Cage Lasley had one hit and two RBI to help pace the Cardinals’ offense. Senior Jack Zola had one hit, one run scored and two RBI, while senior catcher Felipe Echeto delivered one hit and two RBI in the winning effort. The Cards scored one run in the first inning, two in the third and four in the sixth inning.
Junior Justin Zych added a hit and a run scored, while junior second baseman Auggie Bancroft had one hit, one run scored and one RBI for Greenwich. With the win, the Cardinals improved their record to 13-3. They will visit Fairfield Warde Wednesday in a matchup that will decide the No. 1 seed in the upcoming FCIAC Tournament.
Categories: Greenwich High, Spring sports
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