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SUMMER BASEBALL STARTS ON MONDAY JULY 8
The Summer Basseball program will begin on Monday July 8. All games will be played on Mondays and Thursdays until Thursday August 22.
We have 66 players signed up and they will be divided into the following 3 groups:
Instructional players (5 to 7 year olds) 5:30 to 6:30 PM Junior Minor League players (7 to 9 year olds) 6:30 to 8 PM Major League players (10 to 12 year olds)8 to 9:45 PM
Bayonne Exterminating just completed an undefeated season to win the Senior League championship series. Congratulations to manager Tom, coaches Mike, Jason, Ryan and the players .
ATTISANO WINS MAJOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
Attisano Electric won the Major League Championship for the second year in a row and their third in four years. Congratulations to manager Domingo and his coaches Mike, John, Gene and the players.
Assumption CWV won the their third conscutive Major League Softball Champion. Congratulations to Manager Joe Galano, his coaches Cheryl and Jason and his players.
SUMMER BASEBALL PROGRAM AT BAYONNE LITTLE LEAGUE
Coach Joe Mal has once again offered to run a summer program at Bayonne Little League for those who wish to keep playing baseball through July and August. The games will be Monday and Thursday. The game times will be determined once registration is complete and the number of teams is determined. The fee will be $25 and the players will wear their uniforms from the spring season. There will be no practrice, just games. If you are interested, you may stop by the Little League Office by June 26, 2019 and ask for a form.
BIELAN LAW WINS 2018 HATTENBERG MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
Bielan Law 6 Kuhl's 3
Bielan Law is the 2018 Charlie Hattenberg Minor League champions of the Bayonne Little League, the Bielans swept the championship series by taking game 2 by a 6-3 score at Volunteer Stadium
Kuhl's took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on a hit batsman and five walks. Bielan scored a run in the first, Jared Edwards got a base hit and rode home on a triple by Paul Erwin; the Bielans closed the gap to 3-2 on four walks and when a batter got hit by a pitch.
The Attorneys put the game in the win column in the fourth frame with four markers. Jared and Ethan Villacres got the big hits. Ethan got another hit for Bielan. Edwards, Patrick Cena, Logan Servodio and Ethan divided the mound chores with Patrick getting the victory and Ethan picking up the save, all four pitchers gave up three hits, struck out 11 but passed 11, however, they managed to get out of several jams. :Logan made some excellent defensive plays at second, including two game saving plays in the final inning. Ty Yoon pitched an excellent game for Kuhl's giving up three runs, three hits, striking out seven and issuing 5 free tickets, but he had to leave the mound due to the pitch count rule, Ty also got two of his team's three hits, and Aidan Mota got the other base hit for Kuhl's
BIELAN TAKES GAME ONE OF THE HATTENBERG CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Bielan Law took a one game lead in the Charlie Hattenberg Minor League championship series by beating Kuhl's 4-0 on game one at Volunteer Stadium at the Bayonne Little League complex. Jared Edwards, Chris Lopez, Logan Servodio and Ethan Villacres divided the mound duties by combining to pitch a two-hitter, with 13 strikeouts and 10 walks. The game remained scoreless until the 5th inning, when Bielan scored three runs, four batters in a row drew free tickets and Lopez drove in two runs with a single. In the sixth inning, Paul Erwin lead off with a double, advanced to third and scored on a sacrifice ground out. Chris wound up with two hits for Bielan, while Carmelo Isler and Brandon DeloSantos got both hits for Kuhl's.
BIELAN LAW ADVANCES TO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
It will be Bielan Law vs Kuhl's in the Charlie Hattenberg MInor League best two out of three championship series. That was determined when Bielan eliminated Borker Transmission by an 11-1 score. Jared Edwards, Patrick Cena and Logan Servodio combined to pitch a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts and eight walks. Cena and Paul Erwin lead the hit parade for the Bielans with three hits apiece, two of Paul's hits were doubles while all three of Patrick's were singles; Edwards and Ethan Villacres pounded doubles and Savier Garcia had a base hit. Will Carrington got the only hit for Borker.
KUHL'S ADVANCES TO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
Kuhl's advanced to the championship round in the Bayonne Little League's Charlie Hattenberg Minor League by eliminating Perrucci 14-4 in a playoff game at Volunteer Stadium. Aidan Mota had a perfect day at the plate for Kuhl's by getting three hits in three trips to the plate, one of these hits was a two-bagger, Brandon DeloSantos blasted two doubles, Carmelo Isler had two base knocks, while Dave Wermann and Noah Martinez both had base hits; Anthony Weimmer and Nate Enamarado both lead Perrucci with a two base hit apiece and Brandon Kahle had a single.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
CWV 4 Control Services 2
Caitlin Gaetani pitched CWV to the 2018 Major League Softball Championship. Caitlin gave up two hits (both by Emma Flores; she struck out 13 and walked five; Emma also pitched well for Control, she gave up four hits, retired seven batters on strikes and walked 5. The Controllers opened up a 2-0 lead in the top of the first, they scored both their runs on fielder's choice plays; the Vets tied it up in the bottom of the first. Sheila O'Neill lead off with a base hit and Caitlin reached on a fielder's choice, then they both scored on a base hit by Bella Coppola; CWV took the a 3-2 lead in the third. Annie O'Neill singled and scored on an error, the Vets picked up an insurance marker in the fourth, when Annie got her second hit of the game, and scored on another error.
CHARLIE HATTENBERG MINOR LEAGUE FIRST ROUND GAME
Perrucci 6 Tarantino 3
Perrucci advanced to the semi-final round of the Charlie Hattenberg Minor League postseason playoffs. Nate Enamarado and Anthony Weimmer combined to pitch a no-hitter, with Anthony getting the victory in relief. Nate pitched the first two innings giving up three runs, striking out 6, but walking out 9, Anthony pitched four shutout innings, struck out 11 and walked three. Logan Farber and Niko Johnson combined to give up six hits, strikeout 16 and walk eight. Weimmer got three hits, including a triple, Ethan Smith got two hits, Enamarado drove in two runs with a double, and Antonio Moscone contributed a base hit.
MAJOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Attisano 10 Mackenzie 2
Attisano clinched the 2018 Major League 10-2 at Vounteer Stadium. The Electricians put the game away in the first two innings by taking a 7-1 lead. Adrian Pardo gave up only two and retired 11 batters on third strikes, issued three bases on balls, blasted three doubles and drove in three runs. Logan Chi and Jadiero Estavez also had three hits for the champs, Justin Perry contributed two base hits and drove in two runs, while Aiden Rosario and Joey Jasinski both had base hits. Jack Kelly had a double and a triple for Mackenzie.
CHARLIE HATTENBERG MINOR LEAGUE GAME OF JUNE 14, 2018
Perrucci 11 Tarantino 3
Brandon Kahle and Ethan Smith combined to pitch a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and four walks, Ethan also had two hits which one was a double, Anthony Weimmer also had three hits for Perrucci, including an inside the park homer and a double; Annalyse Columbani and Niko Johnson each had a base hit for Tarantino.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL GAME OF JUNE 14 (LOSER'S BRACKET FINAL)
Control Services 7 Stop and Shop 2
The Controllers advanced to the championship game in the Major League Softball Postseason Tournament. Emma Flores was the "girl of the hour" as she hurled a five hitter, striking out 15, walking three and getting a base hit. Maddie Ashe was the top batter for Control with two hits, while Samantha Boehm, Emily Matos and Lilah Gomez all had base hits. Olivia Weber contributed a double and single for Stop and Shop and struck out 12 batters on the mound. Jaden Bailey also had two hits and Jadalee Gonzalez had a single.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL LOSERS BRACKET ELIMINATION GAME
Control Services 15 FMBA 10.
Control Services eliminated FMBA from the postseason double-elimination tournament. Control scored five runs in the all the odd innings. Maddie Ashe lead the hit parade for the Controllers with three base hits, Gabby Flores and Lilah Gomez added two hits each and Samantha Boehm contributed a double, Samantha also excelled on defense at shortstop. Eva Reynolds lead FMBA with three hits, Giselle Davis got two hits and Maddie Diaz drove in two runs with a double. Emma Flores was credited with the victory when she gave up six hits, retired nine on third strikes and issued nine free tickets.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL WINNER'S BRACKET FINAL GAME
CWV 8 Stop and Shop 3
CWV advanced to the championship round by defeating Stop and Shop 8-3. Stop and Shop took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning, Kelly Hester reached first on an error, advanced to second on a passed ball, stole third and scored on a throwing errror for the game's first run; CWV tied the game in the bottom of the first when Sheila O'Neill reached first base on a single, went to second on a throwing error, advanced to third on a wild pitch, and scored on an overthrow for the tying run. The Vets took a 2-1 lead in the second frame when Keely Gorrell walked, went to second and third on passed balls and came home when the catcher threw the ball into the outfield. Stop and Shop tied the game in the fourth frame, Olivia Weber blasted a double and rode home on a fielder's choice play. CWV took a 3-2 in the fourth. Caitlin Gaetani reached base on a single, moved to second on a passed ball, advanced to third on a fielder's choice and scored on a ground out. The Vets put the game away when they scored five runs on a series of four consecutive hits by Sheila, Arianna Castaldo, Caitlin, and Annie O'Neill (one of Arianna's hits was a double) and four walks in a row. The Shoppers scored the final run of the game when Jaleah Porch got a base hit and scored on Jayden Bailey's base hit. Sheila and Caitlin both won up with two hits in the game. Caitlin picked up the victory, she gave up three hits, retired 11 batters on strikes, and walked three; Olivia was charged with the reversal, allowing six hits, fanning six and issuing nine free passes.
GAME 1 OF THE MAJOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Attisano 7 Mackenzie Post 6
Attisano Electric took a one game lead in the best of three League Championship Series. Mackenzie jumped to 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning. Jack Kelly led off with a walk and advanced to second on a single by Justin Arbelo, then they both rode home on a double by Nico Chairavolatti, Jayshaun Foster doubled to drive in Nico, Jayshaun rode home on a single by Connor Weening, Attisano came back with a run in the bottom of the first, Adrian Pardo singled with two out and advanced to second on Justin Perry's base hit, and came home on a miscue. Attisano tied the game in the third. Jake Sullivan and Adrian Pardo both reached base on back to back base hits, then they both scored on a triple by Aiden Rosario, Aiden scored the tying run on an overthrow by an outfielder. Mackenzie took a 6-4 lead when Justin Arbelo got hit by a pitch and rode home on Chairavollati's second double of the game, and Nico scored on a overthrow. The Electricians scored three runs in the home half of the fourth to put the game in the win column. Joey Jasinski drew a two out walk, advanced to second on Logan Chi's single, Jake Sullivan got his second base hit to drive in Jasinski, then Logan and Jake both rode home on Pardo's third hit of the game. Perry picked up the win giving up four hits, struck out six and walked four, Logan closed out the game pitched two hitless innings with three strikeouts and two walks.
MAJOR LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL GAMES PLAYED ON JUNE 9
Attisano Electic 13 J & J Printing 8.
Attisano advanced to the championship series in the Major Division at Volunteer Stadium. J & J took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Nikko Sanchez drew a walk, advanced to second and third on a wild pitch and a passed ball, then scored on a passed ball; Attisano tied the game in the bottom of the inning. Logan Chi singled, stole second and came home on an overthrow. Attisano broke the game open in the second when they scored five runs. Anthony Devaney, Chi and Jake Sullivan loaded the bases on free passes, Devaney and Chi both scored on a base hit by Adrian Pardo, Pardo and Sullivan both scored on a single by Justin Perry, Justin scored the fifth run when he was forced home on a hit batsman. J & J closed the gap to 6-5 in the third stanza. Chris Cena reached first on a fielder's choice, NIkko reach base on an error by the centerfielder, then they both scored on a series of throwing errors, Jason Villacorta singled and scored on a double by James Fowler, Fowler scored the fourth run of the inning on a fielder's choice. Attisano put the game in the win column in the third frame by scoring 6 runs. Joey Jasinski walked and scored on Logan Chi's second hit of the game, Sullivan reached first on a walk and Adrian reached on a fielder's choice to load the bases, Logan and Jake both rode home on Justin's second hit of the game, Aiden Rosario drew a free ticket and Javier Garcia got a base hit to plate Perry and Rosario. Attisano added another run in the fifth. Chi drew a free pass and advanced to second and third, and stole home. J & J scored the final three runs of the game on base hits by Cena, Sanchez and Villacorta. Garcia got another hit for Attisano; Chris Cena, Jason Villacorta and James Fowler all got two hits for J & J and Nikko Sanchez got a base hit.
Mackenzie Post 12 Unico 6
Mackenzie advanced to the final round. Mackenzie took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, Jack Kelly and scored on a two-bagger by Nico Chairavolatti, Nico scored on a based ball, Joe Ashe doubled, stole third and scored when Jashaun Foster reached on a throwing error. Unico closed the gap to 3-2 in the second inning. Steven Kass lead the inning off with a single and scored on a double by MIke Wermann, Mike scored the second run on a ground out,. Mackenzie took a 6-2 lead in the third. Kelly and Justin Arbelo both singled and scored on Nico's second double of the game, Chairavollati scored the third run of the inning on a base hit by Tyler Essex. Mackenzie added two more runs to their lead in the fourth when Kelly and Chairavolatti both walked and came home on passed balls. Mackenzie clinched the game in the fifth with 2 runs. Kelly lead off with a walk and scored on a singled by Arbelo, Justin scored on Nico's triple. Unico closed the gap to 10-5 in the bottom of the fifth. Christian Hampton reached on an error, Nick Ponczek walked, and they both scored on a double by Aiden Milachouski, Aiden scored on Steven's base hit. Mackenzie scored two insurance runs in the top of the final inning on base hits by Connor Weening and Essex. Unico closed the gap to 12-6 on a single by Mike Cordero, MIke completed his tour of the bases on a stolen base, and two passed balls.
MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYOFF GAME OF JUNE 7, 2018
J & J Printing 9 Hudacko's 7
Hudacko's jumped to a 5-0 lead in the top of the first, a double by Nick Malloy and singles by Mickey Boehm and Jack were they key hits; J & J came back in the third frame, a 2 run double was the key blow, Nikko scored on a single by James Fowler, J & J took a 9-5 lead in the 4th, a 2 RBI triple by Chris Cena and a 2 run single by Nikko were the key hits. Hudacko's came back to close the gap to 9-7 in the last inning, with bases loaded and 2 outs Aidan Petisco came in to close the game, he got the last batter to foul out to the catcher to save the game. Chris Cena also had another hit for J & J; Nick Malloy added another hit for Hudacko's and Andrew Farber also got a base hit.
MINOR LEAGUE GAME PLAYED ON JUNE 7
Tarantino 8 Perrucci 4
Brayden Farber and Jordan Bhimdass both had base hits for Tarantino; Anthony Weimmer lead Perrucci with an inside the park homer and a single, while Ethan Smith and Brandon Kahle both contributed base hits.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL GAMES POSTSEASON PLAYOFFS PLAYED ON JUNE 6, 2018
Stop and Shop 7 Control Services 6
4th seeded Stop and Shop defeated the top-seeded Control Service to advance to the winner's bracket final and send Control to the losers bracket in the double elimination postseason tournament. The Shoppers took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning when Jaleah Porch walked, Kelly Hester singled, then they both rode home on Jayden Bailey triple; Control came back with three runs in the bottom of the first to take a 3-2 lead, Emma Flores and Samantha Boehm reached safely on base hits, while Maddie Ashe drew a free ticket to fill the sacks, Emma scored when Emily Matos reached first on a fielder's choice, Maddie was forced home on a bases loaded walk and Emily scored on a ground out; Control took a 4-2 lead in the third on four balls on balls, Control extended the lead in the fourth to 5-2 when Sophia Milachouski drew a free pass, then rode home on Samantha's base hit. Stop and Shop regained the lead in the 5th by scoring five runs with Kylie Skowronski getting the key hit. Control closed the gap to 7-6 in the home half of the sixth; with two out and a runner on first, Samantha and Maddie both got base hits to load the bases, then Treacy Cena snared a line drive at third to preserve the victory. Kelly lead Stop and Shop with two hits and Treacy also had a base hit, Olivia Weber picked up the win, striking out 11 batters. Olivia also had a base hit.. Samantha had three hits for Contol.
CWV 15 FMBA 5
CWV took advantage of several walks and made the most of 4 hits to advance to the winner's bracket final and send FMBA to the loser's bracket. Caitlin Geatani threw a one-hitter and struck out eight. Annie O'Neill lead CWV with a triple, while Isabella Coppola, Emilee Martin and Isabel McIntosh all had base hits for the Vets. Sydney Fogu had the only hit for FMBA.