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    U9 Tigers Improve To 8-1

    Coach Dooley and his staff have the young Tigers playing some great baseball.  The U9 Tigers are 8-1 heading into the AAU Memorial Day Blast down in Rhode Island.  The team will take part in this weekends AAU Memorial Day Blast in Rhode Island and will try to keep playing great baseball as they have all season.  The Tigers will play next weekend on May 31st against the Quincy Red Stockings Red team which will be a battle of the unbeaten and for first place in the Division.  

    North Shore Tiger Reporter

    Stitch McNugget


    U10 Purple Split







    On a beautiful mothers day the U10 Purple Tigers would travel to Waltham to take on the Jr. Hawks I team who was 8-2.  Coming into the games the Tigers knew they would have there hands full and would need to play complete games.  In the opening game the Tigers would face the Jr. Hawks ace who would go 5 1/3 innings against the Tigers.  It started out in the top of the first with the Tigers putting up 3 runs.  In the bottom half of the inning the Hawks would answer with 2 runs cutting the lead to 1 run.  The teams would exchange runs in the next two innings and in the top of the fourth inning the Hawks would put up 4 runs to take an 8-5 lead.  The lead would stay 8-5 heading into the top of the 6th.  The Tigers would then get a few hits followed by a few walks scoring a run cutting the lead to 8-6 with having runners on first and second with one out but couldn't push the tying run across losing a tough baseball game 8-6.

    In the second game the Tigers would bring the bats like they did in the first game but this time they would launch some long doubles and triples and scoring 19 runs in 5 innings on there way to a 19-9 victory and improve to 7-3.  The Tigers are back at it this weekend in Nahant against the Tigers Orange team.  A good tune up before departing on Memorial Day Weekend for the War at the Shore Tournament in East Lyme, CT.

    North Shore Tiger Reporter

    Brendan Fullerton

    Camps & Lessons

    U10 Orange Improve to 10-2

    North Shore Tiger Co-Owner Jerson Perez

    The U10 Orange improves to 10-2 on the season after winning three games this past weekend and dropping one.  On Saturday morning in Saugus the Tigers would take on a very tough East Cobb New England team.  The Tigers knew coming into the games that they would have there hands full as last year the team they would face won the New Elite Baseball League 9 year old Division.  Well the Tigers would come out swinging and swinging they did.  They posted a three spot in the bottom of the first inning to set the tone.  The Tigers would plug away throughout the game scoring 10 runs and allowing only 2 to take the first game of the doubleheader.

    In the second game East Cobb would come out play a solid game defensively, while putting the bat on the ball.  The game would go back and forth in the first few innings.  In the 3rd inning East Cobb would score a three runs taking a 5 run lead.  The Tigers and East Cobb would exchange runs throughout the game only to see the Tigers drop a tough 12-8 game and earning themselves a split.

    On Sunday the Tigers would travel to Waltham to take on the Jr. Hawks out of Waltham and the bats came alive in both games while pitching and defense limited the Jr. Hawks to 4 runs combined while the Tigers would score 32 (17 & 15) runs to 10 run rule the Jr. Hawks on mothers day.  The Tiger Orange team will take on their counterparts the 10 Purple team in Natant on Sunday before both teams head out the following week for tournaments.


    North Shore Tiger Reporter

    Jamie Marshall

    Why the North Shore Tigers

    Aidan getting ready before hitting his home run at Baseball Heaven

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    U11 Orange Improve to 10-2

    The U11 Orange Tigers have been playing some great baseball under Coach Charlie Bilton and his staff.  The team has improved it's record to 10-2 going into this upcoming weekend as they head down to the War at the Shore Memorial Day Blast.  The team has been pounding the ball and playing solid defense with the combined pitching effort from Jack Costanzo, Aidan Graciale, Aivan Cabral, Timmy Marrone, Jarred Lucido, Blake Moran and Zach Kent.

    The Tigers are averaging 10 runs a game scoring 120 runs in twelve games so far this season.  The hitting is being lead by Patrick D'Amico, Aivan Cabral, Aidan Graciale, Jarred Lucido, Jack Costanzo, Blake Moran and Zach Kent.  While the defense of Owen O'Keeffee, Timmy Marrone, Junell Leon, Miguel Segura and Aramis Sanchez.  The Tiger's next game is against Division rival Middlesex Reds on Sunday at GE Field in Lynn.

    North Shore Tiger Reporter

    Andrew Guido