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Engineers battle Grand Street to Opening Day tie; lose in extras

Tech shows grit, consistency against top City team

[From Coach Nardiello]

Brooklyn Tech opened the ‘23 season by giving its division rival, Grand Street, all it could handle. A 2-2 tie after 7 innings and 2 extra innings played, the game was postponed on account of darkness. Led by starting pitcher, Hugo Tosler (7 IP, 12 Ks, 0 ER), Tech led 1-0 and then 2-1, in an exciting game. Dylan LaBella pitched 2 gutty innings (3 Ks) and will most likely be back on the mound, whenever we can arrange to finish the game.

[UPDATE From GameChanger]

Both teams were strong on the mound on Friday, but Grand Street High School was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over Engineers on Friday. Hugo Tosler started the game for Engineers and recorded ten outs.

One bright spot for Engineers was a single by Tosler in the third inning.

Tosler led things off on the pitcher’s mound for Engineers. The righthander went three and a third innings, allowing one run on seven hits and striking out three.

Tosler led Engineers with one hit in two at bats.  Engineers didn’t commit a single error in the field. Reatz Reatz had  four chances in the field, the most on the team.

S Torres went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Grand Street High School in hits



Former Baseball Alumni Visits 2023 Team

Thank you to Brooklyn Tech Baseball Alumni & NBA Deputy Commissioner, Mark Tatum for taking the time to visit our 2023 baseball team! Tatum was part of the 1984 team that won the PSAL Baseball Championship. He spoke to the years that he was at Tech, the baseball team and his career pathway and abounding life lessons.


Varsity Baseball interest meeting on Tuesday September 13th at 3:45PM!

Any students/ballplayers interested in our 2022-23 Tech baseball can come to Room 2W24. Meet returning players, classmates and Coach Joe Nardiello ( Our on-field workouts, no cut tryouts begin on 9/19 & 9/21 and each Monday & Wednesday through October.


Engineers Celebrate the End of a Great Season

Photo Credit: Vera Nieuwenhuis

Congrats to our Engineers on an exciting season filled with a lot of DRAMA! So much fun watching this team pull out wins in the 7th inning and Never giving up. Congrats to all our seniors on their next adventure. Looking forward to great things from our underclassmen next year!  Go Engineers!


Brooklyn Tech Engineers Falls to John Jay Campus After Eighth Inning Score

Photo Credit: Vera Nieuwenhuis

The Engineers stayed in it until the end, but John Jay Campus pulled away late in a 5-3 victory on Friday. The game was tied at three with John Jay Campus batting in the bottom of the eighth when #28 singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. The Engineers lost despite out-hitting John Jay Campus eight to seven. Russell Silverman was on the hill for Brooklyn Tech Engineers. The southpaw surrendered two runs on one hit over four and two-thirds innings, striking out seven. Mark DeDona threw two and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen. Silverman started the game for the Engineers. The lefthander went four and two-thirds innings, allowing two runs on one hit and striking out seven. The Engineers had eight hits in the game. Aiku Chalmers and DeDona each racked up multiple hits for the Engineers. DeDona and Chalmers all had two hits to lead Brooklyn Tech Engineers. To view the game, click here: 2022-05-27 Tech vs John Jay Playoff.mp4



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Engineers Drop Game 2 to Grand Street


[From Coach Nardiello]

While Game 2 vs Grand St. didn’t turn in our favor.. we learned valuable lessons. About positioning our OF, taking control of pop-ups.. challenging hitters and throwing strikes. Four pitchers got real game experience – but we have to come right at them. They had only 5 hits, and 3 were gifts. We walked a month’s worth of batters, and the dam broke. 13-1.

[From GameChanger]

Grand Street High School scored seven runs in the fourth inning.  I Mercedes, S Torres,  R Rodriguez, E Polanco, and C Martinez all drove in runs in the frame.

E Lebron was on the pitcher’s mound for Grand Street High School. Lebron surrendered one run on one hit over three and a third innings, striking out three.

Logan Reiman started the game for Engineers. The southpaw lasted two and two-thirds innings, allowing two hits and three runs while striking out two.  Owen Bassett, Elliott James, and Archer Tsang each contributed in relief for Engineers.

Hugo Tosler and Zach Harwayne each collected one hit to lead Engineers.



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