And win the A bracket Travis Field Tourney championship
Brenden Mott hit seven home runs for the A bracket winners, golfing some and tomahawking others.
And he’s . . . safe! But Colin Davis, the Raptors’ pitcher, was thrown out on the next play at third base. Applying the tag was Nicole Fierro of the eventual-champion Pink Panthers, who won the first of three Raptor-Panther Sunday matchups 15-5. Jack Graves
Ryan Fowkes outkicked Nicholas Berglin, a State University at Oneonta runner, as they neared the finish line
The Rotary 10 and 5Ks in Amagansett Saturday drew 80-some competitors, a sign that interest in the race is growing.
It still was for the team a singular season
Jamie Galazin of St. John’s provided all of the Mustangs’ offense in Friday’s 8-2 loss to the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League-champion Westhampton Aviators with home runs in the first and eighth innings.
Roman Baisa, the Aviators’ leadoff hitter, drove a double to the fence in right center in leading off the bottom of the fourth inning of Friday’s championship game at the Westhampton Beach Elementary School. Craig Macnaughton
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Phil Capra, the Mustangs' catcher, hit two 2-run home runs in Wednesday's 7-4 win over the Westhampton Aviators, and had 12 postseason r.b.i. heading into Friday's championship series rubber game in Westhampton Beach.
Championship series was to have begun Tuesday
Joe Broderick, a Queens College senior from West Islip, on Sunday pitched the Montauk Mustangs into their first-ever Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League championship series.
The momentum shift began with a tantalizingly length-of-the-field kick by one of Bill Miller’s defenders, Gerber Garcia
Midway through the second half of the 7-on-7 final, Cristian Rios, Bateman’s goalie, bobbled a long, high-bouncing kick, and Jose Almansa, when the ball hit the ground, tapped it in, treating Hamptons F.C.-Bill Miller to an advantage that it was not to forsake.
Bono Plumbing swept Groundworks, the defending champion
The playoff hopes of Erica Silich, above, and her Groundworks teammates were dealt a severe blow when, in the last game of the regular season, their pitcher, Connie Mabry, took a shot to the shin that sent her to the sidelines.