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Maddogs Double Up Chiefs 6-3

Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jul 7, 2022 8:23PM PDT

(Malden, MA) The Malden Maddogs got a four for four performance from Logan Gillis (double, 2 RBI’s) and Braden Killens had a double and three RBI’s on the way to a 6-3 win over the Chiefs at Maplewood on Wednesday night.

Teddy Dziuba had a homer and drove in all three Chiefs’ runs.

Jack McLaughlin (1-3) got the win while Garrett Kingston chalked up his third save. Josh Desai (0-3) took the loss despite striking out 11 batters in his five innings.

The Chiefs are back in action tonight when they visit the Reading Bulldogs at Lexington High at 7:00 PM.


(Malden, MA) Cal Carroll (1-2) and Jonathan Chotkowski combined on a three-hitter when the Chiefs defeated the Malden Maddogs 5-1 at Maplewood on Wednesday evening.

Carroll (3 K’s) went three innings while Chotkowski (3 K’s) worked the final four frames. Chris Klein (2 RBI) and John Baptista both had triples, Juan Parra added a double and RBI, and Ryan Noone two hits to pace the Chiefs.

Matt Tyman (0-3) suffered the loss for the Maddogs.

The Chiefs are now off for the ICL’s annual Fourth of July break. They will resume play next Wednesday (July 6) when they again play the Madoogs at Maplewood at 8:00 PM. Next Thursday the Chiefs will visit the Reading Bulldogs at Lexington High at 7:00 PM.


(Melrose, MA) The Chiefs and Melrose Americans played to the ICL’s first tie of the season in a nine-inning 3-3 deadlock at Morelli Field on Sunday afternoon.

The two teams used seven pitchers in the game. Christian Rosati, (pictured) went 5.1 innings, Paul Frisoli (1.2 inn), and A.J. Rourke (2 inn) also worked for the Chiefs while Ryan Joyce (4.1 inn), Christian Loescher (0.2 inn), Nick Colucci (1 inn), and Bobby Tramondozzi (3 inn) pitched for the Americans.

Andrew Caulfield, with two hits including a double and RBI, and Ryan Noone, who had two hits and a couple of RBI’s led the Chiefs.

Aidan Barry hit a two run homer, Corey Bright had a double and single, and Gianni Zarrilli drove in a run for the Americans.

The Lexington Blue Sox-Chiefs game scheduled for tonight at Maplewood has been rained out. The Chiefs will play their final game before the ICL’s annual Fourth of July break on Wednesday at 8:00 PM when they host the Malden Maddogs at Maplewood.


(Lexington, MA) Southpaw Evan Walsh (1-0) tossed a complete game five-hitter to give the Andre Chiefs a 5-2 win over the Blue Sox in Lexington on Friday night.

Walsh struck out five and threw six shutout innings before allowing a couple of runs in the Blue Sox seventh.

Nick Valdario had three hits, stole two bases, scored twice, and drove in a run to lead the Chiefs’ offense. Juan Parra added two hits and Jackson Duffy had a triple to lead the eight hit attack. Andrew Caulfield Ryan Noone, Anthony Perry and Chris Klein drove home the other Chiefs’ runs.

Michael Finch (single, triple) had two of the Lexington hits while Andrew Selima and Jesse McCullough drove in the seventh inning Blue Sox runs.

Starter Steven Bangs (0-1), Sean Mahan, Ryan O’Rourke and Manny Delcarmen all worked for Lexington.

The Chiefs will look to make it two in row when they visit the Melrose Americans at Morelli Field in Melrose at 4:00 PM.

Bulldogs Beat Chiefs 3-1

Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jun 24, 2022 5:40AM PDT

(Lexington, MA) Ryan Boyle hit a two run homer and Brendan Albert and Andrew Croteau had doubles when the Reading Bulldogs knocked off the Chiefs 3-1 in Lexington on Thursday night.

Starter Brendan Flynn (1-0) got the win while Greg Gentle went the final three innings to record his second save.

Tim Dunphy (2-2), who went four innings, took the loss. Paul Frisoli and A.J. Rourke each threw a shutout frame for the Chiefs.

Nick Valdario had three of the Chiefs eight hits and Andrew Caulfield added two hits including a double and RBI.

The Chiefs are back in Lexington tonight at 8:00 PM to face the Blue Sox in the only ICL game on the Friday slate. On Sunday they travel to Morelli Field in Melrose to meet the Americans at 4:00 PM.