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This was a strong first week for the Aces baseball team.

On Wednesday, the team jumped out to an early lead on Providence St Mel and captured a 20-3 victory. The game was decided quickly as the Aces exerted their will early with 10 runs in the first three innings.

An error, an error, and a passed ball in the first inning and an error, an error, a passed ball, a two-run single by Ben Rosenblum, and a groundout by Josh Polster during the second inning helped the Ida Crown Aces Varsity put some runs on the board early.

Josh Polster racked up two RBIs on one hit for the Aces.

Rosenblum put together a nice outing. Rosenblum held Providence St. Mel hitless over three innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out eight.

Joseph Dimbert got the win for the Aces. He allowed three runs over two innings. He struck out six, walked one and surrendered four hits.

The Aces brought home one run in the third inning, and matched that run total in the fourth. In the third, the Ida Crown Aces Varsity scored on an RBI single by Noah Aberman, plating Zack Cooper.

On Monday, the Aces defeated Northtown in their season opener at Laramie Park, 7-5. Avi Asher picked up the win on the mound, with Seth Greenberg getting the save. Timely hitting from Noah Jaffe, Max Baker and Josh Goldrich helped the Aces in a true team victory with contributions from many on the roster. Team members wore neon green arm bands in honor of teammate Caleb Maeir, sending him prayers for a refuah shleima. Seth Greenberg says, “This season we, The Ida Crown Aces Baseball team, will be wearing neon arm sleeves to honor our teammate Caleb Maeir (who loves neon) and support him with his fight for cancer and his road to recovery. Caleb, you might not be at the games with us physically but every play, every win is for you bud.”

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Thanks to parent Ezra Jaffe for the photos.

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