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Jay Sariano’s patient eye at the plate set the tone for the Philly Fightin’ Quakers in their 3-2 victory over the Philly Bandits on Monday night at Holy Ghost Prep High School. Leading off the seventh inning, Sariano worked a crucial walk and later scored on a defensive miscue, crossing the plate with what proved to be the game-winning run.

Sariano (Cairn) was instrumental for the Quakers, scoring twice. Brendan Raven (Widener) and Tyler Tucker (Bates) each added two hits, bolstering the offense in the tightly contested match.

On the mound, Andrew Armstrong (Bloomsburg) delivered another standout performance. He hurled six innings, yielding just one unearned run on three hits, walking two, and striking out nine. Matt Mays (Alvernia) came on in the seventh and, despite allowing a run on two hits, managed to close the door and secure the save.

In a losing effort, Brian Klumpp (St. Thomas Aquinas) notched two hits for the Bandits. 
Matt Milone (Babson) took the loss, pitching 4 1/3 innings and allowing two runs on four hits.

The Quakers’ victory lifts them to a 4-2 record for the season, while the Bandits fall to 2-2-1. The series continues on Wednesday as the two teams clash again.

Elsewhere in the Philly Select Collegiate league, the Philly Mummers capitalized on eight walks to cruise to an 8-3 win over Rake at Gwynedd Mercy University. Alex Dardaris’s two-run single capped a three-run sixth inning for the Mummers. Sam Serpiello showcased his speed with three stolen bases and chipped in an RBI.

Nolan Walker earned the win for the Mummers, pitching three innings and surrendering just one run.

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