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2014 BILLY KAYSER MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT (All-Star 9′s)
Hosted by Pearl River LL

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME:  Haverstraw (3)  vs  West Nyack (2)

These two teams played a championship caliber game in the championship game of the 11th Billy Kayser Memorial Tournament, with Haverstraw coming out on top, 3-2, on the strength of a 3-run fifth inning.  Until then, it looked like West Nyack might capture its second Kayser title in the last three years, as they took a 2-0 lead into the fifth, having scored both runs in the third inning on clutch base hits by Mason Gershenhoff,  Brandon Wray and Michael McGillycuddy. That lead appeared solid, because of the fine pitching of WN starter Michael Holder, who allowed Haverstraw batters one hit in each of the first four innings, but no runs.  Haverstraw’s offense, however, has made a habit of doing damage in the late innings of this tournament, and today was no exception.  With one out in the fifth, Holder reached the pitch count limit.  Haverstraw’s Eric Becker doubled, scoring Michael Niero, who had walked.  Nick Locurto lined a single to center, but WN pulled off a great relay (centerfielder to second baseman to catcher) to cut down Becker at the plate for the second out.  The reprieve, however, was temporary, as Pat Costin singled home Locurto with the tying run.  Javian Ovalles then smashed a double to bring home Costin with the go-ahead run.  That left it up to Haverstraw closer Pat Joseph, who struck out two WN batters in the sixth to give Haverstraw its first-ever Kayser Tournament championship.  The team received its trophies in the post-game ceremonies.

SEMI-FINAL ROUND:  West Nyack (8) vs Pearl River (3)
West Nyack starting pitcher Michael McGillycuddy scattered five hits over five innings, allowing only two walks, and his teammates played solid defense behind him. Closer Michael Holder then pitched a scoreless sixth on five pitches. WN put up two runs in the first inning (base hits from Holder and McGillycuddy) and two in the second on a clutch double by Mason Gershenhoff. Pearl River picked up a run in the third frame (RBI hit by Kieran Bellew) and two in the fourth (double by Jack Lynch and singles by Tommy Ocasal and Ian Rowan) , but West Nyack’s three-run fourth inning (hits by Gabriel Dong, Holder and Brandon Wray) put the game away. 

 



 

FALL BASEBALL REGISTRATION:   ENDED JULY 11 !!! 
This includes all the really cool kids that attend South HS, Albertus Magnus, Felix Festa MS and Strawtown, per new boundary rule from Little League.  
Like The Price is Right . . . COME ON DOWN !!
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FALL SOFTBALL REGISTRATION   < NANUET LITTLE LEAGUE LINK >

 



 

 

 

JUNIOR-LEAGUE CHAMPION METS   (Back-to-Back)

 

 

MAJOR-LEAGUE CHAMPION ATHLETICS

MAJOR-LEAGUE CHAMPION ATHLETICS
#15 Josh Kleinhandler … #2 Ben Partridge … #17 Jake Freeman … #3 Nicky Winograd … #32 James Davis … #13 Michael Davis … #5 Kyle Dennis … #18 Noah Shapiro … #29 Caleb Paley … #10 Micah Tsuei … #31 Mark Maraia … #11 Alec Lundgren … #16 Anthony Spadevechia
Manager Jim Davis … Coach Mike Partridge … Coach Kurt Lundgren

 

 

AAA-LEAGUE CHAMPION TWINS

AAA-LEAGUE CHAMPION TWINS
#24 Michael Holder … #52 Mason Gershenoff … #33 Brendan Powers … #6 Justin Ellis … #20 Finn Sweeney … #5 Johnny Trifilletti … #42 Cole Messer … #1 Wyatt Mattaway … #22 Devan Shah … #13 Vrishin Sundaram … #30 Dylan Stiles … #25 Ryan Holihan
Manager Mike Holder … Coach Mike Ellis … Coach Eric Gershenoff

 

 

AA-LEAGUE CHAMPION YANKEES

AA-LEAGUE CHAMPION YANKEES
Mark Pfister … Olivia Kalinowski … Joseph Holland … Josh Gilden … Anthony Guglielmo … Nicholas Ng … Federico Feteira … Jared Dreishpoon … Myles Ng … Luke Coleman … Robbie Repaci

Manager Gerry Coleman … Coach Doug Holland … Coach Bobby Ng

 

 

A-LEAGUE CHAMPION METS

A-LEAGUE CHAMPION METS
#4 Max Freeman … #8 Anthony Costello … #18 Gavin Intonato … #9 Joseph Rosorio … #7 Jonathan Tejerson … #5 Liam Ventry … #10 Joey Amodeo … #3 Noah Cerda … #11 Anthony Taddeo … #2 Lucas Cerda … #1 William Zamparelli … #6 Billy Brodsky
Manager Anthony Costello … Coach Glen Intonato … Coach Jose Rosorio … Luis Cerda



 

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING SENIORS !!

ATHLETICS: James Davis…Michael Davis…Jake Freeman…Alec Lundgren…Caleb Paley…Ben Partridge…Nicky Winograd
GIANTS: Brian Burke…Jonathan Harris…Matt Hoermann…Paxton Meyers…Ryan Rivera…Nick Stella
METS: Justin Chiovetta…Danny Fitzgerald…Nelson Gonzalez…Tyler Grant…Michael Iodice…Sal Iodice…Matt Siligato
PIRATES: Victor Chindemi…Cole DeVito…Jack Frae…Ryan Greene…Stephen Hade…Ian Stern…Andrew Solarski
RED SOX: Jacob Abraham…Mathis Aglialoro…Nick Gorglione…Connor Mahoney…Kory Rogers…James Spiegel…Nick Winterbourne
TWINS: Brandon Duffy…Brody Levatino…Bryan Longing…Frank Meore…Nick Shalaba…Ryan Smith…Derek Wray
YANKEES: Joe Chindemi…Jack Fitzpatrick…Ryan Giordano…Hunter Ippolito…Ryan Kalinowski…Chris Martino…Brandon Martins

You have likely spent the past 7 years playing baseball at WNLL. We hope you enjoyed your experience as much as we have enjoyed watching everybody improve their skills.
Now, good luck on The Big Field . . . That extra 30-feet is a doozy !!

 



NEW LL RULE: Boundary Rule Provides Options (click here to see the Rule)

For 75 years, the Little League community has been based on the boundaries of the local league. We are excited because for the first time in Little League’s existence, there are now two options for where your children can play Little League.

- As always, they can play for the league where your home is located.
- Or, this year (2014), a new rule allows your children to play for the league where their school is located.

In a changing educational landscape, this new rule gives parents the option to register their children for the Little League that is truly most convenient to the family, and further enhance the role of community with the classmates of your Little Leaguers® and their families.

 


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