Madison's Matt Favero lifts a game-winning, walk-off RBI hit to lead the Warhawks past Chantilly for the Virginia 6A state championship.
Baseball scores and schedule, Spring 2015
Overall record: 24 - 6
Last game:
Home
Jun. 13
Date Opponent Score
3-24 @ Marshall (W) 4 - 2
3-25 Jefferson (W) 10 - 0
3-30 Conway (W) 7 - 1
3-31 Fleming (W) 13 - 0
4-1 St. Francis (W) 7 - 0
4-2 @ Battlefield (W) 10 - 1
4-3 @ Narbonne (L) 4 - 2
4-7 @ South Lakes (W) 11 - 9
4-10 @ Fairfax (L) 6 - 5
4-11 @ Oakton (L) 11 - 3
4-16 McLean (W) 10 - 8
4-17 @ Langley (W) 11 - 0
4-22 @ Hayfield (W) 15 - 0
4-24 Washington-Liberty (W) 10 - 0
4-27 Stone Bridge (L) 4 - 3
4-28 @ Yorktown (W) 13 - 0
5-1 South Lakes (W) 9 - 0
5-7 Fairfax (W) 11 - 1
5-8 @ McLean (L) 4 - 0
5-12 Langley (W) 8 - 0
5-15 Hayfield (W) 21 - 2
5-19 South Lakes (W) 8 - 5
5-22 Fairfax (W) 2 - 0
5-29 T.C. Williams (W) 9 - 1
6-2 Herndon (W) 21 - 3
6-3 Battlefield (W) 2 - 1
6-5 Chantilly (W) 9 - 0
6-5 Chantilly 12:00 am
6-12 First Colonial (W) 7 - 2
6-13 Chantilly 7:00 pm
6-13 Chantilly 7:00 pm
5-25 Osbourn (W) 1 - 0
5-27 Centreville (L) 6 - 0
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Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Kullen Kritsky INF Jr.
2 Kyle Hayes C Jr.
3 Jordan Ebersole OF Jr.
4 Brian Eckert LHP Sr.
5 Jimmy Goldsmith 1B Jr.
6 Owen Socher OF Sr.
7 John DeFazio RHP/Util Sr.
9 Daniel Gerke LHP/OF So.
10 Pete Nielsen SS/RHP Jr.
11 Bryan Harthun OF Jr.
12 Carlo Alfano INF/RHP Jr.
13 David McGuire RHP Sr.
14 Nick Conforti INF So.
16 Matt Prillaman RHP Jr.
18 Zach Silverman OF Sr.
19 Noz Honda RHP Jr.
21 Andrew Metz OF Jr.
22 Wiley Counts OF So.
23 Kevin Benson OF Sr.
25 Joey Goldsmith C/3B So.
26 Jack Kidd OF So.
27 Matt Favero LHP/1B Jr.
29 Peter Freck OF/C So.
30 Kyle Novak INF Fr.
33 Max Kidd INF Jr.
33 Max Kidd INF Jr.
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