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*** Battle of the Boulevard - Interleague Play

May 2nd, 2016


For the first two games of each team this season Whitestown played their brothers Marcy Deerfield in interleague play.  It was great to see both leagues combine for these games as they all play together after Little League careers are over.  Marcy/Deerfield got the best in the “Battle of the Boulevard” 9 games to 3.  Both leagues are very strong with great players and great coaching in each of their respective leagues.  Whitestown would like to thank Marcy/Deerfield as a generous host at Link Field and our Program in turn did the same.  At the end of the day kids from both Programs were enjoying hot dogs and candy, gaining some bragging rights when they went back to school.  We wish Marcy/Deerfield the best this season and look forward to more partnerships between both Whitesboro Programs.

For a quick summary for our teams, we are very balanced this season.  All teams bring many aspects of their game to the table and we are looking forward for the rest of the season in our Program. 

Legion – Kody Czternastek and DeShawn Hutchinson pitched great in their respective games and both had key hits to lead their team to victory.  Jimmy Reilly had some power hits as well to help carry his team in his last season.  Key moment is when Spencer Cater laid down a perfect bunt to get his team rolling against the high and powerful team, Field of Dreams.  Great job Legion!

Hannaford – They are rebuilding, draft included 4 young players that are very versatile and they will be a very good team in the future.  Tyler Thorngren played great in the field for Hannaford and Logan Lachacz pitched very well for Hannaford

Vets – This is the youngest team in the league, they lost many players last season and the young kids are going to get some great experience.  Zach Montana, Tony Dorozynski, Trent Dowd and Charlie Karrat all saw time on the mound.  Jacob Collea hit a hard double and Matt “Tank” Brinck hit a double as well to give the Vets some confidence with their bats going into the season

NYMFD -, Aidan Green and Colin Skermont  saw much time on the mound.  Anthony Daniels, Jack LaFayette, Aidan Green, Chris Stilwell,  Mikey Stilwell and Nick Polnak also had some key hits to put runs up on the board

WBFD - Whitesboro FD out hit their opponent with six different players getting hits and the Trevisani brothers helped lead the team with older brother Frankie driving a double to the Left Center field wall and younger brother Devin getting the first hit of his Little league career which drove in two runs.  A strong outing from Cannon Chapman on the mound was backed up by solid play in the field leaving the WFD coaches proud of the team’s effort.  Whitesboro FD started slow in their second game and while they fought back late in the game they could not overcome FOD’s early lead.  WFD was led at the plate by Frankie Trevisani, Dominic Bullis and Griff Haggas who combined for 5 hits in their combined 9 at bats.

Chapman - True team win for Chapman with 5 different players taking the mound. On offense, hits came from throughout the lineup, including Chance Sherwood’s first homerun and a big 2-run single from Jake Long in his first Little League at bat. The defensive highlight was a backhanded shoestring grab by Joey Gorsey in right field. In the second game Chapman lost in a back-and-forth close game, but battled hard until the final out. This game also saw the Centro brothers hit for the cycle. Carmen hit a double and triple, but big brother Frank would not be outdone as he hit a single and his first homerun of the season.

We would like to acknowledge some great performances by Marcy/Deerfield – Jeff Cubino hit the first HR of the season as the Whitestown Field over right field fence.  Ryan Cook also had a pair of HR’s, one at each field.  Ryan Bushey and Cayden Wood provided some great pitching along with Cook to keep Whitestown hitters at bay. 

Good luck to both Whitesboro Programs and thank MD for some great games!!

Nick Panuccio - WTLL President

 

 

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