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When it is your turn to have concession stand duty, you are also responsible for providing the team snack after the game. If you'd like to order snacks ahead of time from the concession stand, please fill out the Snack Order Form and bring it to the stand. Please note that providing a snack from the Hamilton Little Lads concession stand is not mandatory, but it is encouraged.
9U wins travel championship
September 10, 2011
The Hamilton Little Lads 9U Travel team captured the spring 2011 Central Jersey Travel Championship at South Brunswick New Jersey. It was a tough game against the Hillsborough Jackals and it took a complete team effort but the boys were focused and determined to win it all. Congratulations to the 2011 9U team.
Click on the 9U_Champs to watch them in action.
12U All Stars win Walker Crown
September 12, 2011
The Hamilton Little Lads 12U All-Star Team recently claimed the Lambertville-West Amwell Vic Walker Tournament championship by going 7-1. Hamilton trailed during just one inning in the entire tournament as it dominated.
Highlights from the event included three home runs each by Nate Perez and David Stec, and homers by Chris Rouh, Maguire Balke, Roy Forestano, Dylan Delaney and Tony Morency.
Timely hitting came from by Kyle Harrington, Angelo Sanger, Kyle Liedtka, Ryan Sparks, TJ McKenzie, Miguel Cruz, and spark plug Frankie Vitella.
“It was a total team effort," said manager Bob Liedtka. “Everyone hit from top to bottom, and we had the deepest pitching hands down than any other team in the tournament.” The outstanding pitching was led by Delaney, Morency, Balke and Stec.
“It was really great for the kids to end their little league careers like this,” noted Liedtka. “Not many Little League/Cal Ripken All-Stars can say they won their last game...or last tournament.”
Hamilton Little lads 12U goes to the Central Jersey Travel Championship
Team members are (front row, from left) coach Chuck Delany, Chase Teichmann, Miguel Cruz, Nate Perez, Dylan Delany, Kyle Liedtka, coach Mike Teichmann; (back row) Ryan Sparks, manager Bob Liedtka, Roy Forrestano, David Stec, Kyle Harrington, Angelo Sanger, coach Bob Sanger, Maguire Balke and coach Pete Balke.