Thank you all for coming to our end of year celebration last night. It was a great way for us to send off our seniors and celebrate the end of the season.
Wednesday 5/22/19: Playoff Game. George Washington HS v Brooklyn Tech @ George Washington Field. Wear Blue Uniforms.
Tech Baseball Drops Regular Season Finale to Millennium
Brooklyn Tech completed their regular season with an 8-2 loss to Millennium in Brooklyn Saturday. The Engineers finished the PSAL slate with a 5-11 record, earning them a spot in the postseason playoffs.
Starting hurler Matthew Kue threw a complete game for Tech Saturday, surrendering five earned runs. Jasper Stoddard and Luca Vasiliu hit safely for the Engineers.
Tech begins postseason play Wednesday, against an opponent to be named.
Tech Baseball Rally Falls Short Against Telecom
Brooklyn Tech couldn’t overcome an early 5-0 deficit against Telecom Friday in Brooklyn, losing 6-3 despite a late rally.
Tech scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to make the game close. Zachary Gee (2-for-2) and Andy Santella (3-for-4) had multiple-hit games for Tech. Santella drove home one of Tech’s runs with a triple, and Victor Riso plated two more with a triple of his own.
Jake Schnall kept Tech in the game with 5 innings of effective relief pitching, allowing just two runs.
Brooklyn Tech lost to Millennium 5-0 Wednesday in the first of two matchups between the teams this week.
Tech starting pitcher Zachary Gee struck out seven. Jasper Stoddard, Will Verde and Brett Borcherding had hits for Tech.
The loss left Tech with a 5-9 record in the PSAL AAA Southeastern Division. The two teams meet again Saturday, May 18 at Brooklyn’s Parade Ground, to conclude the 2019 regular season.
Tech Outlasts Madison for Epic, 14-Inning Win
Brooklyn Tech broke a 2-2 tie with an eight-run barrage in the top of the 14th inning to defeat Madison 10-2 on Saturday in Brooklyn.
Tech starter Matthew Kue pitched seven and one-third innings, allowing just one earned run. Reliever Fritz Martell shut out Madison for the remaining six and two-third innings to seal the victory.
Madison claimed an early 2-0 lead in the game, before Tech tied the game in the fifth inning on a two-RBI single by Cooper Gee. The score remained deadlocked for another eight frames before the Engineers finally broke through in the 14th. The Engineers offense was led by Brett Borcherding (3-for-4, 2 RBIs), Marco Gambino (3-for-6, 1 RBI) and Zachary Gee (3-for-8, 1 RBI).
The win elevated Tech’s record to 5-8. Next up is a two-game series with Millennium, Monday, May 13 and Wednesday, May 15.
Congrats to the Brooklyn Tech Engineers for their win yesterday against Madison. Final Score 4-3. Next Up: Friday 5/10 @ 4pm vs. Tottenville at Parade Grounds, Field 7. Uniform: Blue
Monday’s rained out game vs. Madison has been rescheduled for Saturday May 11th, at 9 am sharp at Madison High School Field. Uniform: Blue
Tech Falls to Grand Street Campus
Brooklyn Tech lost to Grand Street Campus 11-1 in Williamsburg Wednesday. The defeatdropped the Engineers’ record in the PSAL AAA Southeastern Division to 3-2.
Grand Street grabbed a 3-0 first inning lead. Tech answered with a run in the third inning, after Victor Riso was hit by a pitch and Jasper Stoddard drove him home with a triple to left-center field. But that was as close as the Engineers would come. The Wolves added four runs in the fourth inning, two in the fifth and two more in the sixth to bring the game to an early finish.
Tech got singles from Harry Yamada and Boubacar Basse in addition to Stoddard’s triple.
The Engineers return to action on Monday, April 8, when they host Tottenville at the Parade Grounds.