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Tonightís games have been postponed due to weather conditions. They will be rescheduled for Monday, May 27th.

Open Arms Church Claims Victory Over Legacy Church, 11-3
Open Arms Church sailed to an easy victory over Legacy Church 11-3 on Monday. Open Arms Church got on the board in the first inning. Open Arms Church scored one run when Tim Feliciano singled. Rene Pedrosa was the winning pitcher for Open Arms Church. He allowed 11 hits and three runs over seven innings, walking zero. Peter Deeb took the loss for Legacy Church. He allowed 13 hits and 11 runs over six innings, striking out one. Open Arms Church had 13 hits in the game. Scott Masti, Andrew Kean, Dan Clark, and Feliciano all had multiple hits for Open Arms Church. Masti went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Open Arms Church in hits. Legacy Church racked up 11 hits. KouryDeeb and Stephen Deeb each racked up multiple hits for Legacy Church. Legacy Church didn't commit a single error in the field. Deeb had seven chances in the field, the most on the team. "Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2019. All rights reserved." Box Score

Redeemer Christian Church Loses Lead Early in Defeat Redeemer Christian Church fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 26-9 loss to Grace Fellowship Royals on Monday. Grace Fellowship Royals scored on a triple by Tim Brizzell, a home run by Michael Deeb, an error, a single by Mark Frament, a double by Brian Siegfried, a single by Stas Kondrackie, a single by Deeb, and a home run by John Nolan in the first inning. Alan Galgana drove in five runners in the loss. Galgana drove in runs on a home run in the first and a home run in the third. Grace Fellowship Royals got on the board in the first inning when Brizzell tripled on a 0-2 count, scoring two runs. Nolan was the winning pitcher for Grace Fellowship Royals. He lasted six innings, allowing 13 hits and nine runs while striking out one and walking zero. Kris Miner took the loss for Redeemer Christian Church. He went six innings, allowing 26 runs on 32 hits, striking out two and walking one. Redeemer Christian Church hit three home runs on the day. Miner went deep in the first inning. Galgana had a homer in the first and third innings. Redeemer Christian Church scattered 13 hits in the game. Jonathan Cappadona, Nick Gilberti, Galgana, and Vince Tai each racked up multiple hits for Redeemer Christian Church. Gilberti and Cappadona each managed three hits to lead Redeemer Christian Church. Grace Fellowship Royals collected 32 hits on the day. Nolan, Siegfried, Karl Vogel, Deeb, Brizzell, Kondrackie, Frament, Brian First, and Ben Leavitt all collected multiple hits for Grace Fellowship Royals. Grace Fellowship Royals was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Deeb had the most chances in the field with five. "Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2019. All rights reserved." Box Score

Grace Fellowship Church Slips by Church at Newtown Road Jeremy Kozlowski led the attach as Grace Fellowship Church defeated Church at Newtown Road, 7-5. Not only did Kozlowski scatter 5 runs on 12 hits while striking out 3, he helped himself with the bat. The pitcher had a double, home run and drove in 3 runs. Dylan Altobelli homered for the visitors. Box Score

2018 A Division Champions Open Arms Church
Where and When We Play
Home fields are located in Colonie, Guilderland, Bethlehem and the Clifton Park area. Opening Day 2019 is April 29. The regular season continues on most Mondays through July with playoffs in August.
About the CDCSL
The Capital District Church Softball League (CDCSL) is a modified pitch, menís league offering a balance of fun and fellowship in a competitive environment. Since 1994, the CDCSL has ten teams representing churches in New York's Capital District area.
From April 29, 2019

4-Hit Day for Rappold Leads Church at Newtown Road Past Faith Baptist Iron 4-Hit Day for Rappold Leads Church at Newtown Road Past Faith Baptist Iron Jeff Rappold did the opposing team no favors on Monday, picking up four hits over four at bats and leading Church at Newtown Road to a 17-12 win over Faith Baptist Iron. Rappold homered in the first, doubled in the second, doubled in the third, and homered in the fifth. Church at Newtown Road grabbed an early lead. Church at Newtown Road scored on a home run by Rappold in the first inning, a single by Mike Wallace in the second inning, a single by Joe Demers in the second inning, a single by Michael Fitzsimmons in the second inning, a double by Rappold in the second inning, and a sacrifice fly by Andrew Rollis in the second inning. Church at Newtown Road pulled away for good with six runs in the second inning. Church at Newtown Road put up seven runs in the third inning. Church at Newtown Road big bats were led by Wallace, Joe Albano, Demers, and Fitzsimmons, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning. Faith Baptist Iron scored four runs in the third inning. Faith Baptist Iron's big inning was driven by home runs by Geoff Snow and Geoff Cramer. Don Roddy led the Church at Newtown Road to victory in the pitcher's circle. He lasted seven innings, allowing 15 hits and 12 runs while striking out one. Bryan Monty took the loss for Faith Baptist Iron. He allowed seven hits and eight runs over one inning. Church at Newtown Road launched three home runs on the day. Rappold went deep in the first and fifth innings. Fitzsimmons put one out in the third inning. Church at Newtown Road totaled 18 hits. Rappold, Fitzsimmons, Wallace, Demers, Jeff Joseph, and Scott Cahrenger all had multiple hits for Church at Newtown Road. Rappold led Church at Newtown Road with four hits in four at bats. Faith Baptist Iron collected 15 hits. Cramer, Dan Cooper, Zach DíErrico, Greg Bibigahus, and Snow each collected multiple hits for Faith Baptist Iron. Faith Baptist Iron didn't commit a single error in the field. Randy Voges had the most chances in the field with seven. Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2019. All rights reserved. Box Score

Faith Baptist Steel Blanks Kingís Chapel Matt McCrank smacked two home runs and drove in four to help lead Faith Baptist Steel over Kingís Chapel, 15-0. Brody Savoie was 3-3 with a double and Eric Croote collected two hits including a double while also driving in four. Bill Frederick pitched five innings of 4-hit ball, walking only one and striking out another. Brian Shaughnessy was 2-2 for Kingís Chapel. Box Score

Grace Fellowship Royals Almost Erases 8-Run Deficit in Loss to Legacy Church Legacy Church got out to an eight-run lead in the fifth inning and held on for a 13-11 victory over Grace Fellowship Royals on Monday. Grace Fellowship Royals managed eight runs in the comeback attempt. Bats blistered as Legacy Church collected 17 hits and Grace Fellowship Royals tallied ten in the high-scoring game. Legacy Church tallied six runs in the fourth inning. Legacy Church's big inning was driven by singles by Stephen Deeb and Connor Brownell, a triple by Dan Almy, a sac fly by Isaac Gonzalez, an error on a ball put in play by Koury Deeb, and a double by Mike Agneta. Grace Fellowship Royals scored four runs in the seventh inning. Peter Deeb pitched Legacy Church to victory. He lasted seven innings, allowing ten hits and 11 runs while striking out one and walking zero. Legacy Church launched one home run on the day. Deeb put one out in the fifth inning. Legacy Church collected 17 hits. Deeb, Agneta, Deeb, Brownell, Almy, and Steve Pierson all managed multiple hits for Legacy Church. Agneta and Deeb all had three hits to lead Legacy Church. Grace Fellowship Royals racked up ten hits in the game. Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2019. All rights reserved. Box Score

Open Arms Defeats Redeemer Open Arms Church opened the defense of their 2018 A League Championship with a 20-5 victory over Redeemer Christian. Box Score




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