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April 22. 2013 10:12PM

Errors doom Trinity in setback at Bedford


Bedford's Anthony Spagnuolo (22) comes in after scoring a run in the sixth inning and is greeted by Patrick Watson, left, and captain Ben Philbrick, center, during their game against Trinity High School played in Bedford Monday afternoon. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)

Errors continue to plague Trinity of Manchester.

Pat Watson singled home Ben Philbrook with two outs in the home seventh to lead Bedford to a 6-5 Division I baseball win over the Pioneers Monday at Riley Field in Bedford.

The Pioneers committed four errors, giving them 25 this season in seven games. Trinity (4-3) has lost two one-run games and one game by two runs.

"It's frustrating because we're getting strong pitching from our entire staff," said Trinity coach Eddie Poisson. "We're just not giving our pitchers the support they need on defense."

Bedford (3-2) erased a 4-1 deficit with a four-run, sixth inning rally highlighted by a solo homer from Andy Lalonde and a two-run single from Chris Danielson.

Trinity tied the game 5-5 in the seventh inning when Connor Walsh belted a two-out single to plate Carmen Giampetruzzi.

In the third, Ryan Boldin doubled in a run and Ryan Slatky followed with a two-run double. A wild pitch in the fifth inning allowed Zack Szczechowicz to score, giving Trinity a 4-1 cushion.

On Wednesday, Bedford will host Manchester Memorial while at 1 p.m. Trinity plays Manchester Central at Gill Stadium.


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