The Huskies lost their 2nd round game to Governor Livingston by a score of 9-0.
This is a special group with 15 seniors who should be commended for the hard work and dedication.
The end of year banquet is June 14 at Sterling Gardens.
It’s playoff time and after reaching the state semi finals in 2014 and 15, the Huskies Continued their early round success with a big win over #6 Warren Hills. A host of Huskies helped in this one. Key sac bunts by Brandon Rivera and Makel Caldwell put runners in RBI position for Adam Elliott’s 1st inning double and Alex Cosentino’s 7th inning sac fly. Elliott threw 6 strong innings to pick up the win and Richard Joa picked up his 5th save on the year. Matawan is now 12-10
The Huskies came through on a beautiful senior day with a come from behind 4-3 victory.
Anthony Hirujo upped his record to 3-1 and lowered his ERA to 2.12 allowing 3 runs 1 earned over 6 six innings. Richard Joa struck out the side in the 7th for his 4th save.
Makel Caldwell and Alex Cosentino got the Huskies on the board first with 1st inning RBIs. Dylan Dobbin hit a monster shot triple to right-center to drive in Griffin Leibell (running for Chris Vetter who singled) and Richard Joa singled in Dobbin with the go ahead run.
Than you seniors and families for a great 4 years
Richard Joa and Brandon Rivera led the offensive charge and gave Colin Thompson all he needed as the Huskies (10-9) topped Raritan 5-1. Joa had a single, double, SB and 2 runs scored while pitching a scoreless 7th. Rivera collected 2 hits and 2 RBI. Colin Thompson [2-3] cruised through 6 innings allowing a run on 4 hits helped by the stingy Husky defense which again didn’t make an error and had some nice plays made by Alex Cosentino, Antonio Martinez, Eric Johnson and Joa.
Even though our Jersey Mikes player of the week is finished we would still like to recognize players who make contributions weekly
Freshman – Danny Hirujo – on base three of 4 times, led by example on and off field
Jv – Richie Olsen – led team in hitting and pitched well in 3 games during week
Varsity – Anthony Hirujo – pitched a complete game shut out in a 6-0 win over Red Bank Regional to propel the Huskies to a 9-9 record and qualifying for the Shore Conference Tournament
Njsiaa scholar athlete award