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Knights sweep Quincy in three games

The Knights defeated Quincy College 16 to 1 on Adams Field on the first game of a three game set on Friday April 15

The Knights scored five runs in the first two innings.

Knights in action against Quincy Photo by Editor-in-Chief/ Sports Editor Jose Rodriguez

Knights in action against Quincy

Chris Bear of Boston and Jared Coppola of Lynn both had a 3 RBI game. The Knights were up 5-1 heading into the top of the fifth inning as they immediately took off scoring one in the fifth, three in the sixth, including scoring seven run in the seventh as it was enough as the Knights won by mercy rule. Jayden Volker of Coventry, R.I., was unstoppable, striking out 13 Quincy hitters in just six innings of work. Four different Knights hitters also had 2 rbi game.

The Knights defeated Quincy college 8-0 in the first game of a double header. Todd Tringale struck out his career high 17 batters on the first game of the double header. Tringale struck out the side hree different times during the game — in the first, in the third and in the fifth inning.

“For the most part all of my pitches were working today, trusting my pitches, trusting every pitch to (be) executed,” Tringale said. After the game Tringale also mentioned to me that his career high was 13 before the game one contest.

The Knights defeated Quincy College 10-0 in the second game of the double header and completed the three game sweep versus Quincy College.

The Knights had on the mound Tristan Ciampa of Wilmington. He picked up the win as he struck out nine batters in five innings of work. Both teams did not scored in the first inning but the Knights scored four runs in the second and jumped into a 4-0 lead. The Knights scored 1 more run in the third 2 more run in the forth and 3 more in the six. This is the Knights nine shoutout win of the season after the conclusion of Saturday, April 16 game.