Extra Points — May 13, 2016


Cleavinger named Orioles’ Minor League Pitcher of the Month

Delmarva Shorebirds relief pitcher Garrett Cleavinger has been named the Baltimore Orioles’ Pitcher of the Month for April.

The first Delmarva pitcher to earn the award from the organization since Donnie Hart in May of 2015, Cleavinger earned consideration by going 3-0, with a 1.84 ERA, in six appearances last month. He also racked up 21 strikeouts while allowing only 10 hits and walking eight batters.

The 22-year-old relief pitcher was drafted by the Orioles in the third round of the 2015 June Amateur Draft and currently ranks 26th on the club’s Major League prospect list by Baseball America.

ECU softball caps regular season, enters AAC tournament

The East Carolina University softball team is gearing up for the playoffs after ending the regular season with a win and two losses in a series against No. 25 UCF last week.

After the Pirates took the first game 2-1 on Friday, May 6, IR grad and ECU sophomore slugger Karlie Smith went 2-3 with a double in an 8-0 loss to the Knights on Saturday, May 7. Then, in the rubber game on Sunday, May 8, Smith would get on base with a walk on one of her two at-bats; however, the Pirates would fall 5-0, to finish the season with a 23-30 record.

At Coastal Point press time, the Pirates were set to take on No. 3 Tulsa on the road for the first round of the American Athletic Conference (AAC) Championship. The three-game series against the Hurricanes was set to start on Thursday, May 12, and span through Saturday, May 14.

Smith finished the regular season leading the team with a .323 average this season, second in hits (51), tied for second in doubles, with nine, and RBIs, with 17, and tied for third in home runs, with four.

Jake’s Wayback to host dine-and-donate for IR cross-country

Jake’s Wayback Burger in Millsboro will be holding a dine-and-donate fundraiser for the Indian River High School cross-country team on Wednesday, May 18.

The event will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. No coupon is necessary, and proceeds will go toward the cross-country program.

Jake’s Wayback Burger is located at 26670 Centerview Drive, #7, in Millsboro, just off Route 113.

Indian River 4, Seaford 1 (boys’ tennis)

1st Singles — Mac Smith (IR) def. Diego Torres-Gutierrez (Seaford) 6-2, 6-0

2nd Singles — Antonio Ambrosino (Seaford) def. David Clark (IR) 6-1,6-2

3rd Singles — Patrick Mochiam (IR) def. Brian Johnston (Seaford) 6-0, 6-0

1st Doubles — Adam Izzo/Brandon Galliher (IR) def. Spencer Mendible/Malik Weldon (Seaford) 6-2, 4-6, 6-3

2nd Doubles — Jhony Ortiz/Juan Linares (IR) def. Jose Orozco/Darren Baine (Seaford) 6-4, 6-4

Indian River 4, Seaford 1 (girls’ tennis)

1st Singles — Hannah Shultie (IR) def. Samantha Cotten (Seaford) 7-6 (7-3), 6-0

2nd Singles — Kayla Huebner (IR) def. Jordyn Lewis (Seaford) 6-4 6-2

3rd Singles — Alexa Fitz (IR) def. Kaitlyn Coll (Seaford) 6-1 6-0

1st Doubles — Lovelace/Cain (IR) def. Pearson/Phillips (Seaford) 6-4 7-5

2nd Doubles — Dingo/Perez (Seaford) def. Wayland/Galbreath (IR) 6-4 7-6 (7-4) tiebreaker for third set 10-8

SMS track places at Delaware Middle School Classic Invitational

The Selbyville Middle School track team left their mark at the Delaware Middle School Classic Invitational on Thursday, May 5, with the boys’ team placing second and girls’ placing fourth out of seven squads there to compete.

The Indians’ top finishers were as follows:

Boys results:

Jordan Harper — 1st, Long Jump (17’10”); 2nd, Triple Jump (35’10”)

Jared Cordoba — 1st, 100m (11.6); 1st, Long Jump (18’1.5”); 5th, 4x100 Relay (50.8)

Ta’Jon Knight — 5th, 100m (11.98); 5th, High Jump (5’0”); 5th, 4x100 Relay (50.8)

Ramond Turner — 5th, Shot Put (34’5”); 6th, Discus (90’0”)

Jodiah Morris — 2nd, Discus (115’5”)

Kevin Custis — 4th, 100m (11.97); 3rd, 4x200 Relay (1:49.3); 5th, 4x100 Relay (50.8)

Lucas Weber — 3rd, Discus (98’0”)

Arian Elvira — 3rd, 4x200 Relay (1:49.3)

Jee Wu — 6th, 400m (62.9); 3rd, 4x200 Relay (1:49.3)

Chris Saylor — Tied 5th, 1600m (5:41)

Jorge Olguin — Tied 5th, 1600m (5:41)

T.J. Oxbrough — 6th, High Jump (4’10”)

Omar Baker — 3rd, 4x200 Relay (1:49.3)

Girls results:

Morgan McGee — 3rd, 800m (2:44.9); 5th, 1600m (6:19)

Kirsten Taylor — 2nd, Discus (66’10”); 5th, 1600m (6:19)

Keyonia Purnell — 2nd, 100m (13.3); 5th, 4x200 Relay (2:03.6); 6th, 4x100 Relay (57.7)

Chamyra Handy — 6th, Triple Jump (27’5”); 6th, 4x100 Relay (57.2)

Tatiana Young — 5th, 4x200 Relay (2:03.6); 6th, 4x100 Relay (57.2)

Brianna Cedeno — 6th, 4x100 Relay (57.2)

Kaylee Hall — 5th, Long Jump (12’9”); 5th, 4x200 Relay (2:03.6)

Emma Ruley — 6th, High Jump (4’0”)

Alina Titter — 5th, 200m (30.8)

Kylie Kirchner — 6th, 200m (31.36)

Alexis Pszczola — 5th, 4x200 Relay (2:03.6)

Indian River 198, Milford 214 (golf)

The Indian River High School golf team capped their regular season with a 198-214 division win over Milford at Cripple Creek on Tuesday, May 10. Senior Joey Cooper was the medalist on the day, with a 44, and junior John Evans and sophomore Mikaela Brosnahan weren’t far off, shooting 49 and 50, respectively.

The Indians finished 10-6 overall on the year, and 6-1 in the Henlopen South.

Results:

Joey Cooper, 44*

John Evans, 49

Mikaela Brosnahan, 50

Fred West, 55

Joe Dorazio, 63

Gavin Gates, 64