The Sharks rolled to their third consecutive victory with another great game that was won by the score of 5-0. Five different pitchers combined for a 2 hit shutout. Way to go Siva, Jackson, Ryan, Ben and Sam. The offense was led by Ryan Wasserman who was 3 for 3 with an RBI. Also contributing on offense was Franco Dimilta 1 for 2 with an RBI and Jackson Benjamin, 1 for 2 with and RBI. There were many great plays in the field to preserve the shutout. Go Sharks!
The large ballroom was packed with both boy and girl League participants surrounded by family and coaches.
I Am Fired Up, You Fired Up, Yeah. I Can’t Hear You!!!!
In a showdown between the top 2 teams in the division, the Express outlasted the Long Island Gators for the Championship. They reached the finals after a 14-2 regular season and then defeated the Long Island Braves in a thrilling come from behind 5-4 victory. the pitching staff was anchored by Mike Lisojo, Conor Jacoby, Thomas Donnelly, Adrian Puran, Marty Koch and Paul Orbon. Michael Farrell also chipped in with a complete game against the Syosset Braves. Consistent hitting with several multi-hit games by Tyrell Robinson, Paul Orbon, Mike Lisojo and Mike Sokol led a balanced attack that used power, aggressive baserunning and timely sacrifice bunts by Joe Tomich, Timmy Brendel and Thomas Donnelly. Nick Duras did an outstanding job handling the pitching staff, throwing out runners and provide solid defense up the middle as the team continued to improve defensively throughout the year.
Best of Luck for the upcoming Labor Day Tournament as well as the fall NJBL season! We are so proud of all of you!
After a long summer season, the Red Sharks opened the playoff series against the number one seeded Oceanside Mariners. Five excellent innings from the starting pitcher Cenzo Montoni, gave the Red Sharks a 2 to 1 lead going into the 5th inning. Scoreless middle relief appearances by Justin Yang, Adrian Balkom, and Virag Shah gave the Merillon bats time to heat up. Mathew Merolla hit a 2 run homerun, Phil Schurr had a 2 out RBI, Christopher Piccirillo hit a long double into left scoring 2, Yanni Vlantis hit a rope to center scoring 2 and Danny McClellan hit a base-hit to right to add insurance runs. Defense was key to the victory as Matt Strocchia made great plays at third. Outfield play was also key as Paulie Depaulis and Abideen Dauti tracked down liners in the outfield. The Oceanside victory led the Sharks to the title game.
Beginning Aug. 15, the Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums will allow residents to play continuously from 4:30 p.m. until dark on any of the County’s four nine-hole golf courses.
This promotion is open to all Nassau County residents with a Leisure Pass. The fee is $15 per person and $8.50 for seniors.
The New Hyde Park Bluedevils defeated the Long Beach Mariners in the finals to capture the first 13 U Nassau County Travel League Championship on Saturday August 6th- 5 to 3! These two teams played three classic games vs each other and the Championship game was another classic. The Bluedevils jumped out on top in the bottom of the first, Michael Greene singled and Michael Parsconda followed with a triple to drive in Greene. Kyle Cajigas then delivered a big two out RBI to score Parsconda. Starter Doug Obidienzo held the Mariners in check until the third inning.
On a beautiful night for baseball in NHP, the Sharks came away with their 8th straight victory by a score of 3-2. The game was won with great pitching, great defense and timely hitting. The pitching was led by 6 different pitchers. Way to go Demetris, Ryan W, Jackson, Franco, Ben and Michael. The offense was led by Stephen DeRocchis who was 2 for 2 with 2 RBI. William Regan was 1 for 2 with 2 runs scored and Matthew Bloom contributed with an RBI. The game was saved by two great plays in the last inning. The first one happened when Ben Bidner threw a strike from center field to Ryan Wasserman who then applied the tag to the runner who was trying to stretch a single into a double. The next one was a smart heads up play made by Jackson Benjamin who hustled to pick up a wild throw to first base then made a long throw to third. Michael Femia then made a great leaping catch and applied the tag to the runner who had overrun 3rd base. It was a great all around team effort. The Garden City team played a great game in spite of coming up short. Go Sharks!
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