Charter Eagles blank Seton, 7-0

Solid defense, offense lead to win

Charter School pitcher Nick Ronquette rares back to deliver a pitch in the Eagles 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton. Ronquette gave up just one hit in four innings, while slamming out two triples and knocking in three runs.

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Charter School pitcher Nick Ronquette rares back to deliver a pitch in the Eagles 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton. Ronquette gave up just one hit in four innings, while slamming out two triples and knocking in three runs.

 Greg Trzyna races to third base on a hit in the Charter School's 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton on Thursday.

Diane Fowler / Special to the Eagle

Greg Trzyna races to third base on a hit in the Charter School's 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton on Thursday.

 As night shadows come Charter School's Adam Hurdis slams out a base hit in the Eagles 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton.

Diane Fowler / Special to the Eagle

As night shadows come Charter School's Adam Hurdis slams out a base hit in the Eagles 7-0 win over St. Elizabeth Seton.

 Charter School's Will Bott takes a pitch for a ball, while the St. Elizabeth Seton catcher tries to coax the umpire into calling the pitch a strike.

Diane Fowler / Special to the Eagle

Charter School's Will Bott takes a pitch for a ball, while the St. Elizabeth Seton catcher tries to coax the umpire into calling the pitch a strike.

By ALEX GALIANA

CHARTER BASEBALL COACH, EAGLE I CONTRIBUTOR

The Marco Island Charter Middle School Eagles bounced back in week two with a solid victory over St. Elizabeth Seton, winning 7-0.

Pitcher Nick Ronquette was solid, blanking Seton for four innings, giving up just one hit, striking out six and walking three batters.

Kenny Moss came in with two solid innings of relief, adding three strikeouts, one walk and only two hits.

In the field the Eagles had only one error, which did not lead to any runs.

Adam Hurdis at third, Greg Trzyna at second and Will Bott in center field all had solid performances.

At the plate Nick Ronquette went 2-for-2, with two triples, knocking in three runs. Kenny Moss went 3-for-3 with two RBIs. Sean Lampos also went 3-for-3 and Adam Hurdis 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs.

It was pretty much a 180-degree change from the previous week and more like the Eagles baseball we need to play this year.

Next up is an away game at First Baptist Academy, at 5 p.m., Thursday.

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