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Hamilton A's Select 15U Win the Toms River Halloween Fall Classic V Tournament

The Hamilton A’s 15u dominated the competition, winning 5 straight games to capture the tournament. The A’s outscored their opponents 40-14. Outstanding pitching, as 10 different pitchers were used over the five games, solid defense, and timely hitting by the entire team were the key ingredients.

Pictured left to right back row: Sam Irvin, Kyle Forcini, Cameron Cane, Paul Cooke, Justin Maccagnan, Jake Tobia

Front row kneeling: Sam Margulis, Scott Doherty, Ryan Strype, Dom Gambino, Cole Millinger

Not pictured: Joey Sacco, Nick Psomaras

 

The A’s defeated:

Jackals Baseball 8-5 scoring 4 runs in the last inning, solid pitching from Joey Sacco, and Dom Gambino, and key RBI’s from Ryan Strype, Cameron Cane, and Joey Sacco.

Pro Skills Baseball 2-0, shut out pitching from Kyle Forcini and Ryan Strype, extra base hits from Cameron Cane (triple) and Kyle Forcini (double) led the offense.

9ers Baseball 13-4, triples from Cole Millinger and Kyle Forcini (bases loaded) broke the game open, solid pitching from Cole Millinger, Sam Irvin, and Sam Margulis.

SJ Titans 9-2, outstanding pitching from Sam Irvin and Jake Tobia, two out RBI’s from Justin Maccagnan (twice), extra base hits from Paul Cooke (double), Cameron Cane (double) and Kyle Forcini (triple) led the way.

SoJo Dawgs 5-3, terrific base running and a key bunt from Sam Margulis, solid catching from Scott Doherty throwing out two runners, key RBI hits from Justin Maccagnan, Ryan Strype, and Kyle Forcini led the offense and Cameron Cane delivered 4 strong innings as starting pitcher, then Dom Gambino slammed the door shut with three shutdown innings of relief pitching.

 

14U A’s Softball Secure World Series Bid

 

A special day needed a special ending, and Kaylee Whittaker was happy to oblige for the 14U A’s travel softball team on Sunday.

 

The standout hitter crushed a grand slam over the left field fence to give the A’s three big results at the USSSA October Fest 14-and-Under“B” World Series Qualifier: A 12-0 win over the Central Jersey Panthers, a three-game sweep to the tournament championship, and, best of all, an automatic berth to the World Series.

 

The title was the third in three fall tournaments for manager Joe Cerasi’s newly formed squad, which has an 11-0 record after winning the 10-team October Fest with a 5-2 win over the Mt. Lauren Storm, an 8-0 blanking of the Game On Lady Inferno and then the shutout of the Panthers.

 

The A’s have many interchangeable parts and have been winning with a variety of excellence from pitching to hitting to defense to intelligent base running.

 

The pitching was on target as Whittaker won twice, striking out 19 batters with only one walk over 10 innings, and Abby Schrandt fired a one-hit shutout against the Lady Inferno. Catchers Sydney Buell and Alex Haley were spotless behind the plate.

 

Offensively, leadoff hitter Nicole Cerasi set the table for the A’s 25-run effort, going 4-for-6 with two walks, six runs and two RBIs. The production continued with Whittaker (5-for-9, two runs, six RBIs), Buell (four hits, three RBIs), Megan Brugnoli (four hits, three runs, three RBIs), Zoe Rodriguez (2-for-2, two walks, two sacrifice bunts, three RBIs) and Olivia McElroy (two doubles, two runs, two RBIs).

 

In addition, the A’s offense featured Schrandt (2-for-4, two walks, two runs, RBI), Mackenzie Fitzpatrick (two hits, two runs, RBI), Kaila Mungo (two hits, two runs), Olivia Owens (two hits, two runs) and Haley (two runs).

A's Player Luca Dalatri commits to UNC Chapel Hill!

 

 

The A's want to congratulate Luca Dalatri and his family as he has committed to play college ball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Luca has played for the A's since the age of 10 for coach Brian Maglione. According to coach Mags "Luca is a special player, his tireless commitment to baseball has made the entire A's organization proud and we want to wish him luck playing for one of the premier college programs in the country."

A's Showcase Team Solves Rodriguez, Wins Diamond Nation Invitational!

After four lights out innings by Wesley Rodriguez, a pitcher who will likely go very early in the June MLB draft, the a's got to him in the 5th. After walk by winning pitcher Frank Logiudice, Bryan Renda hit a 90+ fastball down the right field line for an RBI double. A bunt single by Jeff Ciocco followed and after a walk to Aaron portee, Darnell Maisonet doubled in 2 runs for the deciding runs.

The pitching of logiudice and zack Schuyler handled the rest. Ryan and Michael Fischer and Michael Spinelli made some great defensive plays in a classic game.

"That's the best pitcher we've seen this year" added coach Mags, speaking of Rodriguez. "He sat in the low 90's all night and had big time breaking stuff, it's just a testament to how focused a group we have. Renda's double really made us believe we could get to him and Maisonet and Ryan Fischer had great at bat bats on him all night."  This has always been a very special team and we showed that again this weekend.

2014 fall reg form

Please click here on this link for the 2014 fall registatration form.   Our costs remained unchanged from last year and again NO MANDATORY FUNDRAISER.  Cost is $150 for all players, and teams in USABL $100 per player additional.

A's Announce Monday Night Workouts & Training--PLEASE NOTE NEW NIGHT

MONDAY NIGHT CLINICS.   Hamilton A's will be offering workouts and training for all ages at our Whitehead Road facility.  The cost of the program is just $10 per hour.  There is no minimum or committment required.  Pay as you go, week to week.  Our coaches and older Elite team members will be on hand to help players improve their game in every category....pitching, fielding, throwing, catching and hitting.  Players in the 46/60 ages will be from 5pm until 7pm and players from 50/70 and 60/90 divisions from 7pm to 10pm.  Cash or Check acceptable.   No reservation needed.

HAMILTON A’S  TRAVEL BASEBALL

The foundation of any good travel program is strong leagues from which our players come.  The Hamilton A’s encourage players to participate in their local recreation leagues and all-star teams!!  The A's support Little League Baseball!!!

HTRBA LITTLE LEAGUE

www.eteamz.com/htrba

SUNNYBRAE LITTLE LEAGUE

www.eteamz.com/SUNNYBRAELL

NOTTINGHAM

LITTLE LEAGUE

www.nllnj.org

ROBBINSVILLE

LITTLE LEAGUE

robbinsvillelittleleague.org

6-11 LITTLE LEAGUE

www.611littleleague.com

EWING LITTLE LEAGUE www.eteamz.com/ewingbaseball

HAMILTON A’S CONTACTS

President-Brian Maglione

609-841-2444 

Dennis Maddalena

VP-Administration

denmaddalena@aol.com

609-937-5748

Bob "Duke" DeLuca

VP-Finance

Duke0307@aol.com

Barry Oboyle

VP-Facilities

oboyleandson@gmail.com

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Thank you to all the businesses that sponsor our teams!!

Color Me Mine - The Art Of Having Fun

Proud Sponsor of Hamilton A's 8u Gold

The Shoppes of Hamilton  Route 130 North   581-9500

http://hamilton.colormemine.com/ 

 State Farm Insurance

Frances Martillotti

3386 Quakerbridge Rd

Hamilton, NJ 08619

584-2501  fran.martillotti.gujc@statefarm.com

 ICI Flooring Inc

806 Silvia Street

W. Trenton, NJ 08628

538-8800

 Arnell Enterprises, Inc

Property Management-General Contracting

ARNELL-INC.COM

609-847-2364

Massimo V. Verduci, DMD

2279 Route 33 Suite 516

Hamilton, NJ 08690

609-689-9292

Hamilton Honda

655 US. Highway 130

Hamilton,NJ

HamiltonHonda.net

609-528-2600

33’s Barbershop

1629 Route 33

Hamilton, NJ

609-586-1996

The33sbarbershop.com

Laura J Kozman, Esq

3 Hamton Court East

Robbinsville, NJ

LJKozmaesq@aol.com

609-208-1301

 Open Road BMW

731 US Hwy 1

Edison, NJ

Openroad.com

732-985-4570

 Open Road Acura of East Brunswick

1041 Route 18

Openroad.com

732-238-3030

Open Road Honda

50 Route 1

Edison, NJ

Openroad.com

732-985-0290

Verizon

Wireless Zone

957 Route 33 Mercerville, NJ

609-588-9000

Dr. David Iorio, DPM

1225 Whitehorse Mercerville Road

609-581-6085

Pets in Paradise Grooming Salon

2222 Route 33

Hamilton, NJ 08690

Petsinparadise.com

609-586-9600

ReMax Tri County

Wirth Team

2275 Route 33

Suite 308

Hamilton, NJ 08690

Wirthteam.com

 

Gabe’s Barbershop

502 Whitehorse Ave

Hamilton, NJ 08610

609-585-7203

Leo R. Zamparelli Attorney at Law

1719 Brunswick Pike

Lawrenceville, NJ

Leozamparelli.com

609-989-4770

McCabe

Concrete Foundations

18 Rising Sun Road

Bordentown, NJ

609-324-2988

Mansfiled Oil Company

24622 E.Main Street

Columbus, NJ 08022

Mansfieldcomfort.com

 Mason, Griffin & Pierson, PC
Counselors at Law

101 Poor Farm Rd

Princeton, NJ

Mgplaw.com

609-921-6543

 C.Robert Santin

Small Business/ Home Office Network &

Computer Service

609-306-6599

crsfixit@gmail.com

AJ Jersey Inc

Material Handling Equipment

135 Saint Nicholas Ave

S.Plainfield, NJ 07080

Ajjersey.net

908-754-7333

F.E.DiBacco, Inc

Bank Services Consultants

730 North Broad St.

Woodbury, NJ

856-848-8040

 

Bonanni Realtors

85 Route 33

Mercerville, Nj

609-586-4300

 




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