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*** Opening Day Recap

April 26th, 2015

It was a great day for the start of our Little League Season!  The weather worked out for our field and the players delivered with great performances.  The forecast looks good going forward so far, lets see if we can stay the course.

In our first game, the rematch of last seasons championship game, it was Hannaford vs. Vets.  This contest was a pitchers duel from start to finish.  Bryce Collis started on the hill and pitched fantastic, Brandon Paolozzi finished the game on the mound in fantastic form.  Collis had a collection of hits to keep his team in the game but in the end Ryan Cardone finished the game with 13 strikeouts and completed the game until his very last pitch.  Logan Michel started the runs for the Vets with a double to the fence and the Vets were stealing bases to preserve the 3 to 0 victory.

Our second game was WBFD vs. Legion.  Ty Kane was also doing his magic on the mound, the young fielders for WBFD caught several fly balls which is great to see out of our young players.  WBFD was strong from top to bottom, Kelly Crouch delivered a hit to keep WBFD in the game.  Legion had other plans for the day, Josh Komacek pitched 5 great innings and he also provided a 3 for 3 day to drive in the runs needed for the Legion victory.

Our final game of the day had Chapman vs NYMFD.  Sean Christensen pitched his team to an 8 to 3 victory.  The game was very close until later in the innings.  Aaron Snyder performed as a veteran should, keeping his team in the game.  He was relieved by Aidan Green who saw plenty of time on the mound in his second season, great job by Green.  The star of the day at the plate for Chapman was Carmen Centro, the first year Little Leaguer provided 3 hits for Chapman and a big inning for Chapman was the key to their victory.

I want to thank everybody for their participation on Opening Day and the Season has just begun!  It is because of the great parents and families that we have that makes this league work effortlessly!  There are a few people that I would like to acknowledge, a few people that I would like everyone to thank as the season progresses because of their hard work and dedication.  Logan Crouch who has played in our league for 4 years has come back this season to get our field ready and to announce all of our games.  I heard his birthday was yesterday but knowing Logan he did not want anyone to know because he wanted to make the day about our players with him getting things in order.  Happy Birthday Logan Crouch!  I also want to acknowledge Jenna Collea who had her first experience in our concession stand and did a fantastic job of getting food ready for all our our fans and players.  She did a great job on her first day!  When you see these great young individuals please share your appreciation for them!  That is what makes our league work day in and day out. 

I see there are a few new items in our concession stand.  Fried Ravioli, Mac and Cheese Bites, Bubba Basket (Chicken Fingers and Onion Ring) and our Britt Burger (Double Cheeseburger).  Thank you for all of your support and please stay tuned to the website for any updates and information for the season!  It will be updated regularly. 


President Panuccio

Posted 22 hours ago by Nick Panuccio.