The U10 Purple Tigers traveled to Northborough, MA to take part in the Perfect Game Super 25. The team had the opportunity to play against 4 very talented teams: Poughkeepsie, NY, Legends Prospects, Triple Crown Kings and Team Nokona. The Tigers would face Poughkeepsie, NY a very talented team and would open the tournament with a loss in 4 innings 14-4. In game two under the lights the team would take a strong Legends Prospect team that was well coached. The Tigers had Colby Godwin on the bump and with Colby throwing darts and going 5 1/3 innings, while hitting a bases loaded triple and Drew White coming in for the save in the 6th to squeeze out an 8-7 victory over Legends Prospects.
In game three the Tigers would face the Triple Crown Kings with a game that went back and forth all game between the two teams. Dylan Santoro would get the ball to start and go three innings before handing the ball over to Roberts Galvis who would pick up the last three innings. The game would end after 6 innings in a tie 6-6 qualifying the Tigers to move onto the semi-finals facing Team Nokona.
The Tigers would head into the game with a limited pitching staff after using most pitchers in their previous 3 games. Emerson Marshall would take the mound in a game that was played in the rain. The Tigers would use Marshall, Leon, Viglione and Galvis on the mound against Team Nokona. The Tigers would fall to Team Nokona 13-3 in 3 innings due to time limit.
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New England Patriot Rob Ninkovich with EJ Field and Conor Donovan
Ryan Going Deep at War at the Shore
Ryan, Colin & Conor with the Championship Hardware..
The U14 Tigers would improve to 20-2 while capturing the Seacoast Tournament this weekend going 4-0 beating Seacoast United Gold, Concord Cannons, Northeast Baseball (NEB) and the Noreasters for the Championship. Coach Field has the boys playing sound fundamental baseball on offense and defense. The team will be leaving Friday for their 3rd tournament in a row at the War at the Shore in East Lyme, CT over Memorial Day Weekend.
New England AAU Memorial Day CHAMPIONS
The U9 North Shore Tigers traveled down to Rhode Island for the AAU Memorial Day Blast tournament that started on Friday and ended on Monday. The Tigers would beat a very strong Hawk Valley Panthers team 8-3 to capture the New England AAU Memorial Day Blast tournament in Rhode Island. The Tigers also increased there record to 13-1 overall heading into this upcoming Sunday's showdown with the Quincy Red Stockings Red team in Quincy.
The Tigers would go 5-0 in the tournament beating the Milton Knights, Connecticut Mustangs, Attleboro Badgers, Plymouth Noreasters and Hawk Valley Panthers to capture the Title. The Tigers scored 54 runs over the Tournament while allowing 26 runs. The wins were a direct result of pure teamwork. A variety of different pitchers stepped up to the task, Kyle Rush and Dawson DiBarri took the mound and helped their team, Kyle was a small ball force at the plate bunting with 4 basehit bunts. Jacob Behn won 2 games for the Tigers with pinch running situations. Stevie Migliero had a fantastic weekend at the plate with clutch hits and Dawson DiBarri was fantastic on the bump, not having pitched much this season he stepped up and was a great help to his team. This 9u team has proved what hard work and being a solid team together will result in. This organization is very proud of these boys and we look forward to our final division series coming up next week in Quincy.
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The entire U10 Orange coaching staff has the boys clicking on all cylinders in the early part of the NEAAU season. The team is unbeaten in Divisional play with a 12-0 record scoring 136 runs and allowing only 23 runs in 12 games. The team will be heading to the War at the Shore for the Memorial Day Weekend.
The entire U10 Orange team has been playing great defense, timely hitting and outstanding pitching. We look forward in having everyone come out to support both U10 Tiger teams this weekend in East Lyme, CT.