GA, which used nine hits to build an 8-0 advantage, improved to 10-1-1. The Patriots have won seven straight, including a pair of Inter-Academic League contests, since returning from a five-game stint in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
"The kids worked really hard in the offseason," Stampone said. "It's great to have such a positive vibe going on."
In 2005, as a senior second baseman for GA, Stampone earned first-team all-league honors. The year before, he helped the Patriots to a 32-2 record and the area's No. 1 ranking.
He played collegiately, as a third baseman, at Holy Cross and then William and Mary. In 2009 and 2010, he rotated between third and first base in the Baltimore Orioles' minor-league system.
Before the job opened at GA, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Stampone, slowed by a fractured hamate bone in his left hand, considered playing professionally in Italy.
"This was a great opportunity," said Stampone, who works in GA's business office. "I couldn't pass on it. It's where I'm supposed to be."
Against C.R. North, the 5-foot-8, 180-pound Hoy went 2 for 2, walked twice, and scored three runs. He singled and scored in a five-run second inning, and blasted a 3-2 fastball over the left-field fence in the fourth to make it 13-1.
Hoy, a leadoff man and three-year starter, is ticketed for Princeton. He chose the Tigers over Harvard, Wake Forest, North Carolina, and Duke.
Righthanders Logan Sneed (four innings) and Mike Garbose held the Indians (2-2) to two hits. Third baseman John Aiello (3 for 3, two runs), catcher Zeke Zabinski (two-run single in the first), and first baseman Luke Reilly (two-run triple in the second) helped ignite the offense.
Last fall, Hoy, of Sellersville, played forward for GA's soccer team and also found time to play for the All-Star Baseball Academy.
"He's our best hitter," Stampone said. "He has incredible bat speed for a high school kid. He's a smaller guy, but he's definitely got power."
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WP: Logan Sneed. LP: Nate English. 2B: GA–Zeke Zabinski, Andrew Leopold, John Aiello. 3B: GA–Luke Reilly. HR: GA–Dan Hoy.