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Jays Softball team competes in UCONN team camp.

The girls travelled to UCONN this past wekend and participated in the UCONN Softball Team Camp.  The girls were coached by the UCONN staff and players.  

"We had an great experience, meeting all the players and coaches.  I could not believe we were playing at a Divsion I school.  UCONN's facilities are amazing.  Going to this camp made me realize, that I want to be a college softball player.  I want to thank Coach Marisol for giving me this experience". 

Skylar LoPiccolo

 

 


East Coast Jays Announce the Addition of its Softball Division

September 10, 2018

The Jays would like to welcome there  first softball team. The team will compete in the 16U division. Team will be coached by Marisol Mahler. 


2018 Summer Season, College Commitments

The Jays would like to congratulate the following player on there recent college commitments:

 

Austin Vlahakis - (Oceanside HS) Concordia College

Noah Eisel - (Oceanside HS) Univ. of New Haven

Jordan  Rios - (Deer Park HS) Concordia College

Leo Alvarez - (Oceanside HS) Concordia College

Ryan Powers - (Oceanside HS)  Manhattanville College


2019 Summer Seaon Tryouts

August 20, 2018

 2019 Summer Season Baseball Tryouts

 

 

Highly Competitive Baseball
Coached by Qualified Professional Coaches/Instructors

(High School and College Level Coaches as well as top College & Professional Ballplayers)

 

 October 27-28

Times slots coming soon!!!

 

Location: Oceanside Park Field 1

3800 Mahlon Brower Dr., Oceanside 11572

 

 

***Please check website day before tryouts for updates and changes***

 

               On-Line Pre-Registration is Required.

              Please click on 2019 Tryout Form after clicking the following link:

https://www.leaguelineup.com/FormPreview.asp?sid=97054173&url=eastcoastjays&FormID=85581

We will see you at the tryouts!!!!!

For all inquiries, contact:
Chris LoPiccolo,
ecjayscoach@gmail.com

 

 

 


 


Charlie Rainone commits to St Joseph's College.

November 17, 2017

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Charlie Rainone for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for St. Joseph's College.  Best of luck to Charlie and his family.


Brendan McFall commits to Tufts University

November 13, 2017

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Brendan McFall for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for Tufts University.  Best of luck to Brendan and his family.


Chris Murphy commits to Manhattanville College.

October 30, 2017

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Chris Murphy for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for Manhattanville College.  Best of luck to Chris and his family.


Garrett Going Commits to Roger Williams University

October 4, 2017 – 10:29 AM

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Garrett Going for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for Roger Williams University.  Best of luck to Garrett and his family.


East Coast Jays 17U Player Dylan Judd Commits to UMass Amherst

September 29, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Dylan Judd for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for University of Massachusetts - Amherst.  Best of luck to Dylan and his family.

 


 


2018 Fall Tryouts Have Been Announced Copy

July 25, 2018

 2018 Fall Baseball Tryouts

 

Highly Competitive Baseball
Coached by Qualified Professional Coaches/Instructors

(High School and College Level Coaches as well as top College & Professional Ballplayers)

 

August 12, 2018

 

10:00am - 12:00pm- (16U - 17U)

 

August 13, 2018

 

6:00pm - 8:00pm- (15U)

 

Location: Oceanside Park Field 1

3800 Mahlon Brower Dr., Oceanside 11572

 

 

***Please check website day before tryouts for updates and changes***

 

               On-Line Pre-Registration is Required.

              Please click on 2018 Tryout Form after clicking the following link:

https://www.leaguelineup.com/FormPreview.asp?sid=97054173&url=eastcoastjays&FormID=85581

We will see you at the tryouts!!!!!

For all inquiries, contact:
Chris LoPiccolo,
ecjayscoach@gmail.com

 

 

 


 


Evan Mallon Commits to Cochise College in Arizona.

September 19, 2017

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Evan Mallon for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for Cochise College in Arizona..  Best of luck to Evan and his family.


Ryan Mueller Commits to NYIT

July 28, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate 17U player, Ryan Mueller for verbally committing to play collegiate baseball for New York Institute of Technology.  Best of luck to Ryan and his family.


 

 


Dylan Judd Named to 2017 New York All-State Second Team

July 16, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays would like to congratulate 17u Jays' player, Dylan Judd on being named to the 2017 New York All-State Second team as a catcher.  As we have previously posted, Dylan has had another impressive high school season and this is another proud accolade of the many that he has added to his resume this year.


 


Lazzaro Verbally Commits to St. John's University

July 6, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays would like to congratulate Jake Lazzaro, of the 17u Jays, and his family for him verbally committing to play baseball at St. John's University.  Lazzaro is also a Nassau County All-League Player for Oceanside High School and will be a junior this coming September.


 

 

 


High School All County Awards Announced for Nassau & Suffolk County

June 14, 2017

The East Coast Jays is extremely proud to announce and would like to congratulate the following 17u Jays players who have received recognition at the Nassau County & Suffolk High School Baseball Association Awards Dinner:

 

Nassau County Awards:

Dylan Judd - Named 2017 Nassau County All-County Player
                            Named 2017 Nassau County Conference MVP
                            Recipient of the 2017 Ryan T. Caufield Award - Outstanding Catcher Award

Brendan McFall - Named 2017 Nassau County All-County Player
                                      2017 Diamond Award Finalist

 

Matt Carey - Named 2017 Nassau County All-Conference Player

Garrett Going - Named 2017 Nassau County All-Conference Player

Chris Siklas - Named 2017 Nassau County All-Conference Player

TJ Thorne - Named 2017 Nassau County All-Conference Player

Austin Vlahakis - Named 2017 Nassau County All-Conference Player

 

Nick Collins - Named 2017 Nassau County All-League Player

Jake LazzaroNamed 2017 Nassau County All-League Player

Ryan MuellerNamed 2017 Nassau County All-League Player

 

Suffolk County Awards: 

Evan Mallon - Named 2017 Suffolk County All-League Player

Charles Rainone - Named 2017 Suffolk County All-League Player

Jordan Rios - Named 2017 Suffolk County Academic All-League Player


 


Dylan Judd Stays Hot at the Plate as Thorne Earns Another Win, Vlahakis Has RBI

May 19, 2017

 

17u Jays player, Dylan Judd remained hot offensively and defensively for the Oceanside Sailors.  Judd went 2-4, stole 2 bases, scored 2 runs and threw a runner out for his high school team as the Sailors faced Herricks High School in game 3 of the quarter finals.

Judd was not the only 17u Jays player to lead Oceanside and help them advance to the Semi-Finals.  TJ Thorne pitched a complete game, allowing only 1 earned run while striking out 4 batters and Austin Vlahakis contributed with an RBI.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=291319


 

 

 


Rios, Mallon and Tavares Lead Deer Park HS in Suffolk County AA Playoffs

May 18, 2017

 

With the Deer Park Falcons on the brink of elimination and the score tied 6-6 with Northport HS, Evan Mallon doubled late in the 6th inning and cleared the bases give the Falcons a 9-6 lead.  Mallon's 3 run double was crucial as Northport answered with 2 more runs but Jordan Rios was able to hold the Tigers at bay.  The Falcons defeated the Tigers 9-8 and advanced to the Suffolk County AA quarter final.  Oliver Tavares went 3-4 for the day.

Tavares is a 3 year Jays alumni while Rios and Mallon play for the 17u Jays.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=291319


 


McFall Throws Another Gem While the Judd Brothers Provide the Offense for Oceanside HS

May 16, 2017

 

Brendan McFall, 17u Jays, has consistently shined on the mound for the Oceanside Sailors Baseball team. McFall was entrusted with taking the hill in game 1 of the Nassau County Conference AA playoff game against Herricks High School.  McFall went the distance, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits while striking out 4.

Brothers, Tyler & Dylan Judd, provided run support for McFall and the Sailors.  D. Judd, 17u Jays, went 2-3 with 2 RBI's and his older brother T. Judd, Collegiate Jays, went 2-3 with and RBI as Oceanside defeated Herricks 6-1.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=291160

 


 

 


 


Piccolo Has 2 Hits for Long Island Lutheran in Semi-Finals

May 11, 2017

 

Tom Piccolo of the 17u Jays had 2 hits as his high school team, Long Island Lutheran, faced Berkely Carroll in the semi-finals.of PSAA.  Good luck to Tom and his team as they head to the championship game on May 15.

Click here for Newsday artice:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=290742


 


Rainone Solid in Early Relief

May 9, 2017

 

Charles Rainone, 17u Jays, was summoned early in the 1st inning to relieve Deer Park Falcons' starting pitcher who got into a jamb against the HuntingtonBlue Devils.  As the Falcons were trailing 4-0, Rainone answered the call for his high school team by hurling 7 innings of shutout ball, striking out 13 and only allowed 2 hits. Rainone, normally a starter for Deer Park High School, was a big factor in the victory and helping secure a share in the league title.  The Falcons won 7-4.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=290375


 


Dylan Judd Gets Game Tying RBI to Send the Sailors to Extra Innings

May 10, 2017

 

Dylan Judd of the 17u Jays, had the game tying RBI in Oceanside High School's 2-1 victory over the Hicksville Comets. The Sailors were trailing 1-0 in the 7th inning when Judd's single sent the game to extra innings.  The Sailors would go on to defeat the Comets 2-1 the following inning.  Fellow Jays' teammate, Matt Carey shined on the mound by tossing 6 innings of 4 hit ball, allowing 1 run while striking out 6.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=290592

 


 


Judd Brothers Hot at the Plate as McFall Wins Again for Oceanside High School

May 9, 2017

 

Brothers, Tyler Judd and Dylan Judd provided plenty of offense for the Oceanside Sailors as Brendan McFall took the hill. Senior, Tyler was 3-3 with an RBI while his younger brother, Dylan, went 2-3 with 2 RBI's in Oceanside's 4-2 victory over the Hicksville Comets.  Brendan McFall pitched another complete game while striking out 10 and allowing only 2 runs. McFall finished the regular season 6-0.  These players' performance helped Oceanside clinch the Conference AA-1 title.

D. Judd and McFall are current players for the 17u Jays while T. Judd is currently playing for the Collegiate Jays' team.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=290440


 

 


Garrett Going Productive for Garden City High School

May 4, 2017

 

Garrett Going, 17u Jays, had 2 RBI's and 2 runs scored while going 2-4 to help the Garden City Trojans defeat the Manhasset Indians 10-3 and clinch the Conference A-1 title.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289912


 


Rainone Blanks North Babylon High School

May 4, 2017

 

Charles Rainone, 17u Jays, threw a complete game shutout for the Deer Park High School Falcons.  Rainone struck out 10 North Babylon batters and yielded no walks as Deer Park won 2-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289824


 


McFall Throws One Hitter for Oceanside High School as Rubino Scores Winning Run

May 4, 2017

 

Brendan McFall, 17u Jays, went 8 innings for Oceanside High School and kept the Syosset Braves off balance through the game.  He limited the Braves to 1 hit, struck out 6 batters without allowing an earned run.  McFall earned the James Rubino, 17u Jays, scored on a wild pitch.  The Sailors defeated the Braves 2-1.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289942


 


Mallon Goes 3-4 While Hewlette Earns the Win for Deer Park High School

May 3, 2017

 

Evan Mallon, 17u Jays, was 3-4 at the plate for Deer Park High School while Conor Hewlette struck out 7 batters and earned the win as the Deer Park Falcons defeated West Islip Lions 9-4.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289391


 


Ryan Mueller Earns His 3rd Win of the Season for Lynbrook High School

May 2, 2017

 

Ryan Mueller, 17u Jay player, earned his third win of the season as he threw a 2 hitter while striking out 7 Valley Stream South players.  Lynbrook defeated Valley Stream South 6-1.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289409


 


Carey Throws 3 Hit Shut-Out

May 2, 2017

 

17U Jays player, Matt Carey, threw a 3 hitter in a complete game shutout for the Oceanside Sailors.  Carey went 7 innings, striking out 8 Syosset Braves hitters and allowed only 1 walk as the Sailors defeated the Braves 3-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/player.php?id=224153


 


Going perfect at the Plate

April 29, 2017

 

Garrett Going of the 17u Jays went 3-3 at the plate for Garden City High School.  Garden City defeated Valley Stream Central 15-3.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289119


 


Dylan Judd With Another Game Winning RBI and TJ Thorne Wins Again

May 1, 2017

 

Dylan Judd singled in the game winning RBI in the 7th inning as the Oceanside Sailors faced the Syosset Braves.  Judd would also score as insurance for the Sailors.  Judd had the game winning RBI in the previous game for his high school team.  Meanwhile, TJ Thorne earned his 4th win of the season by throwing a complete game while striking our 4 Braves as the Sailors defeated the Braves 4-2.

Judd and Thorne paly for the 17u Jays.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=289290


 


 


Jays Players Faceoff at MCU Park

April 29, 2017

 

In their annual fundraiser event, Deer Park High School and Oceanside High School played each other at MCU Park - Cyclone Stadium in Coney Island.  Several players from the Deer Park Falcons and Oceanside Sailors play for the Jays' Organization.  Deer Park Coaches, Ryan Argenziano and Chris LoPiccolo are also coaches of the 17u Jays. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Pictured Left to Right:  Coach Vinny Rubino, Coach Ryan Argenziano, Matt Carey, TJ Thorne, Chris Murphy, Austin Vlahakis, James Rubino, Brendan McFall, Tyler Judd, Oliver Tavares, Jordan Rios, Evan Mallon, Connor Hewlette, Dylan Judd, Coach Chris LoPiccolo  Missing:  Charles Rainone

 


 


The Sticks of Mallon, Rainone and Tavares Lead Deer Park

April 27, 2017

East Coast Jays players, Evan Mallon, Charles Rainone and Oliver Tavares sticks were alive as their high school team, Deer Park Falcons, defeated the Huntington Blue Devils.  Rainone went 3-4 with 2 runs batted in.  Mallon and Tavares collected 2 hits a piece in the Falcons'11-3 victory.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=288684


 


Dylan Judd and Brendan McFall Instrumental in Sweep

April 27, 2017

 

Brendan McFall of the 17u Jays earned the start against Massapequa High School's number one pitcher and Collegiate Jays player, Stephen Sattanino.  The Sailors took the first two games and were looking for the sweep under the lights at John Burns Park in Massapequa. The two pitchers slung it out and went pitch for pitch in game 3 of the Oceanside Sailors and Massapequa Chiefs series.  Fellow Jays player Dylan Judd, had an RBI single to score McFall in the third inning which was the only run Sattanino would allow through 6 innings.  McFall held steady throughout the game and nearly went the distance while yielding only 3 hits, striking out 4 and did not allow a run over 6 2/3 innings.  Judd's defense behind the dish was also a big factor as he threw out 2 runners and picked off another in the 6th inning.  The  Sailors defeated the Chiefs by a score of 1-0.

McFall improved to 4-0 and has been fearless in big games and situations.  Judd went 5 for 10, had 3 RBI's and 2 runs scored in the series.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=288885


 

 


Matt Carey Shines and Dylan Judd Stays Hot for Oceanside High School

April 26, 2017

 

In the rubber match of a 3 game series, the Massapequa Chiefs were looking to avenge their first loss of the season to the Oceanside Sailors on nuetural ground,  Farmingdale State College.  Matt Carey & Dylan Judd, 17u Jays, gave solid performances for the Sailors which were keys to their team's win.  Carey got the nod to start on the hill with Judd behind the dish.  Carey pitched 6 innings, striking out 10 Chiefs while allowing only 4 hits. However, Carey's bat was just as critical to the game as he drove in Judd in the 7th inning to break a 3-3 tie.  Judd went 2-4 with a run scored.  The Sailors defeated the Chiefs 6-4.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=288538


 


D. Judd, T.J. Thorne, Vlahakis & The Sailors Hand Massapequa Their First Loss

April 24, 2017

 

Two of the biggest high school baseball rivals in Nassau AA-1 faced off today.  The Oceanside Sailors hosted the, undefeated, Massapequa Chiefs (9-0).  Dylan Judd, TJ Thorne and Austin Vlahakis, 17u Jays, played key roles in the victory as Thorne started on the mound and earned the victory, going 6 innings and only allowing 6 hits.  Judd and Vlahakis each had 2 hits and 3 RBI's.  One of Vhalakis' RBI's tied the game and Judd had a tie breaking RBI.  The Sailors won 9-7 and improved to 8-1-1.

Click here for the Newsday Article & Video of Inter:view with Dylan Judd:

http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/baseball/oceanside-hands-massapequa-its-first-baseball-loss-of-season-1.13516632

 

Click here for the Newsday photos:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=288538


 


Tyler Judd's Sac Fly Helps Get the Win for McFall and the Sailors

April 20, 2017

 

The Oceanside Sailors and the Farmingdale Dalers, found it hard to score runs as both teams' pitchers battled it out on the bump.  Three players from the East Coast Jays were key components to the Sailors' victory.  Brendan McFall tossed 5 innings of shut out ball while Austin Vlahakis tagged up from third base on Tyler Judd's deep sacrifice fly to score the only run of the game.  The Sailors won 1-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287874


 


Thorne Wins His Second Game of the Season

April 17, 2017

 

In as many starts, TJ Thorne won his second outing of the season while on the hill for the Oceanside High School Sailors.  Thorne, of the 17u Jays, allowed on 2 runs over 6 innings while striking out 4 and yielding 4 hits.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287260


 


Mueller Tosses 2nd Shutout of the Season

April 17, 2017

 

17u Jay, Ryan Mueller threw his second shutout of the season for the Lynbrook Owls High School team.   Mueller struck out 9 Floral Park batters over 6 innings as the Owls went on to victory, 9-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287257


 


Rainone Stays Hot for Deer Park HS, Tavares 3-5

April 15, 2017

 

Charles Rainone of the 17u Jays continues to swing a hot stick for his high school team, Deer Park Falcons.  Rainone went 2-2 with 3 RBI's and 2 runs scored.  Fellow Jay and Falcon, Oliver Tavares went 3-5.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287241


 


Deptulski Provides Offensive Spark

April 13, 2017

 

Chris Deptulski, 2016 17u Jay, provided his high school team, the East Rockaway Rocks, with the offense they needed to beat Friends Academy 12-2.  Deptulski went 3-3, had 2 RBI's and a stolen base in the win.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287001


 


Lucas Goes Deep Leading Baldwin HS to Victory

 

Jays Collegiate player, Fred Lucas provided the needed offense for the Baldwin HS Bruins as they faced Long Beach HS. Lucas went 2-4, with a home run, 3 RBI's and 2 run scored to help the Bruins defeat the Marines 10-6.

Lucas has committed to play baseball at SUNY Oswego.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287017


 


Battery, D. Judd and McFall Get it Done for Oceanside High School

April 13, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays 17u team continue to make headlines as they produce for their high school teams.  Dylan Judd and Brendan McFall did just that as they helped Oceanside HS defeat Freeport HS 5-2.  Brendan McFall started on the hill for the Sailors with Dylan Judd behind the dish.  McFall threw 6.2 innings, striking out 6 Red Devils and only allowing 2 earned runs.

Dylan Judd was perfect at the plate as he went 3-3 with 3 doubles, 2 runs scored and a RBI for Oceanside.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286888


 


Going Helps Lead Garden City High School

April 13, 2017

 

Garrett Going, 17u Jays, contributed to his his high school team's decisive victory over Bellmore JFK HS. Going went 2-3 with 2 runs scored as the Garden City Trojans defeated the Bellmore JFK Cougars 15-3.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=287024


 


Carey Tosses No-Hitter as T. Judd Provides Some Offense

April 12, 2017

 

East Coast Jays 17u, Matt Carey earned his second win in as many starts for Oceanside HS by throwing a no hitter against the Freeport Red Devils.  Carey stifled the Red Devils through 7 innings by striking out 9 batters, walking and 3.  A walked batter in the 7th inning and a throwing error in the 7th allowed the only run to score for Freeport.

Jays Collegiate player, Tyler Judd went 3-4 with 2 runs scored as the Oceanside Sailors grabbed the win 6-1.

Carey a junior has committed to play baseball at NYIT while T. Judd committed to play at Concordia College.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286888


 


Thorne Goes the Distance in Shutout

April 10, 2017

 

East Coast Jays 17u pitcher, TJ Thorne started on the bump for the Oceanside Sailors and went the distance against the Freeport Devils.  Thorne pitched 7 innings of shutout ball while striking out six Devil batters. Oceanside defeated Freeport 5-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286694


 


Deer Park HS Wins, Led by Hewlette and Rainone

April 12, 2017

 

East Coast Jays players, Connor Hewlette and Charles Rainone were key players to lead their high school, Deer Park Falcons, past the North Babylon Bulldogs.  Rainone's swung a solid stick as he hit a homerun, tripled and had 3 RBI's.

Hewlette struck out 3 batters over 4 innings to earn the win.   He has committed to play baseball for Roger Williams University.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286961


 


McFall Fans 9 Batters

April 7, 2017

 

In his second start of the season for Oceanside High School, Brendan McFall struck out 9 batters, did not yield a walk and gave up only 6 hits over 7 innings as the Sailors faced the Port Washington Vikings.  The game ended in a 2-2 tie due to darkness.  McFall plays for the 17u East Coast Jays.

 

Please click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286543

 

 


Mueller Tosses 2 Hit Shutout

April 5, 2017

 

Ryan Mueller, 17u Jays, tossed a 2 hit shut out for his high school team, the Lynbrook Owls.  Impressively, Mueller struck out 10 batters, giving up no walks and only allowing 2 hits over 6 innings.  The Owls defeated Lawrence High School 11-0.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=286241


 


Carey Earns His First Win of the Season, Backed by T. Judd and Murphy

March 30, 2017

 

Matt Carey was on the mound for the Oceanside High Schools Sailors against the Port Washington Vikings.   It was Carey's first start of the season and he showed no signs of rust.  Carey shut down the Vikings by striking out 8 batters and not yielding a run over  4 2/3 innings.  He was backed by Tyler Judd who went 2-4 and had 3 RBI's and Chris Murphy who was 1-3 with an RBI.  The Sailors defeated the Vikings 9-3.

Carey and Murphy play for the East Coast Jays' 17u team.  T. Judd plays for the Jays' Collegiate team and will be playing baseball for Concordia College.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=285601


 


Deer Park High School Wins Behind the Efforts of Rainone and Tavares

March 29, 2017

 

2017 Graduate, Oliver Tavares, went 2-4 with 2 doubles and RBI in Deer Park High School's 11-4 win over the Centereach Cougars while, 17u Jay, Charles Rainone provided 5 1/3 solid innings on the bump.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=285320


 


McFall & Vlahakis Shine for Oceanside High School's Season Opener

March 29, 2017

 

Brendan McFall and Austin Vlahakis of the 17u Jays team shined for Oceanside High School during their season opener against the Port Washington Vikings.  Vlahakis went 1-2 with a triple and 2 RBI's.  McFall picked up where left off last season by giving the Sailors a solid start on the hill.  McFall allowed 2 earned runs over 5 2/3 innings while striking out six in the Sailors 8-4 victory.

 

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=285403


 


Jays Players Named to Long Island's Top 100 Baseball Players

March 27, 2017

Pictured from Left to Right:  Mike Valentino, Connor Hewlette, Oliver Tavares, Dylan Judd, Brendan McFall
Missing:  Fred Lucas & Brandon O'Brien

The top 100 baseball players on Long Island for 2017 has been announced by Newsday.  The East Coast Jay's Organization is proud to see several of their players making the list.  We would like to acknowledge and congratulate the following players for their outstanding achievement:

Connor Hewlette, Senior at Deer Park High School

Dylan Judd, Junior at Oceanside High School

Fred Lucas, Senior at Baldwin High School

Brendan McFall, Junior at Oceanside High School

Brandon O'Brien, Senior at Division High School

Oliver Tavares, Senior at Deer Park High School

Michael Valentino, Senior at Mepham High School

 

Click here for Newsday article:

http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/baseball/top-100-long-island-baseball-players-for-2017-1.13288713


 


Several Jays Players Propel Deer Park High School to Victory

March 27, 2017

 

2016 17u Jay, Connor Hewlett earned his first victory of the season by throwing a complete game for his high school team, Deer Park Falcons.  Hewlett struck out 4 batters while allowing 5 hits and 2 runs over 7 innings.  Other Jays players had a significant roll in the Falcons' victory over Centereach HS.

Jordan Rios, 2017 17u Jays, roped a 2 run double in the 4th inning to give Deer Park a 2-0 which scored Oliver Tavares, 2016 17u Jays.  

Later in the game with 2 outs, 2-0 count and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 7th, Evan Mallon, 2017 17u Jays, was hit by a pitch which sent home the winning run.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=285036


 


Good Luck to All Jays Players and Their Respective School Teams

March 26, 2017

 

The East Coast Jays organization would like to wish all their players best of luck as the 2017 school season begins.  We are confident that you will make your family and us proud with your skills.  Play Hard and Play Proud!

 


 


Tyler Judd of the 2016 17u Jays Commits

March 26, 2017

 

Congratulations to Tyler Judd and his family on committing to play baseball at Concordia College.  Tyler has been with the organization since 2014 and will continue with the Jays' organization by playing in the 2017 ECBL collegiate summer league.

 


 


College Commitments

 

The East Coast Jays would like to congratulate the following players on there recent college commitments:

 

Matthew Carey, 2018  -  NYIT

Connor Hewlette, 2017 - Roger Williams University

Tyler Judd, 2017 - Concordia College

Freddy Lucas, 2017  -  SUNY Oswego

Brandon O'Brien, 2017  -  St. Josephs College, Long Island

Stephen Sattanino, 2017 - Eastern University, PA.

Oliver Tavares, 2017  -  Fairleigh Dickinson University

 


 

 

 

 


 


Winter Workouts Begin

December 3, 2016

 

The winter workouts for the 2017 East Coast Jays summer teams begins tomorrow, December 4, 2016. Workouts will run from 2:00pm until 4:00pm at Turf Island.  Turf Island is located at 3573 Maple Court, Oceanside.  

Players are expected to arrive 10 minutes early so that workouts can start promptly, have all necessary equipment and we recommend you bring water.  If you have not made your initial payment, you are required to do so tomorrow.  

We look forward to a great start to our season!


 


NYIT Invites the Jays Organiztion to their Winter Clinics at Unlimited Sports Action

December 3, 2016

 

Old Westbury, N.Y. - Head Coach Robert Malvagna has announced three upcoming clinic dates hosted at Unlimited Sports Action in Port Washington, N.Y. The baseball staff and team will put on three events including a Three-Day Holiday CampWinter Showcase and Winter Prospect Camp starting in December and ending in January. 

The unique three-day camp gives a more personalized experience than typical camps and provides players with the skills needed to enhance performance on the field. Athletes will get a chance to perform high-level drills while working exclusively with the NYIT Coaching Staff. This camp runs from December 26-28, with two sessions broken up by age range. The price is $270 for all three days or attendees can pay $100 per session and choose which days they want to attend. 

The Winter Showcase is scheduled for Saturday, January 14, 2017 and is open to players ages 13 to 18. Pitchers and catchers are invited to attend Session I and position players can participate in Session II for $90 per person. 

The final event offered by the NYIT baseball program falls on Sunday, January 15 and Monday January 16 as a three-hour prospect camp open to players ages 9 to 15. Price per attendee is $225. 

All the links at the top of the page can be used to register for the events. Clicking on the name of the event will redirect to a flyer with more information on each camp. Any questions can be directed to Coach Malvagna (rmalvagn@nyit.edu).

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Tryout Information

October 29, 2016

 

 

Please arrive 15 Minutes prior to your scheduled session.

 

Good Luck to all the players!

See you all tomorrow!

 

 

 

 


 


Brendan McFall Tosses No-Hitter

September 10, 2016

 

The East Coast Jays would like to congratulate Brendan McFall - 17u for throwing a no hitter against the Patchouge - Medford Raiders.  McFall threw 7 innings of no-nit ball while striking out 15 batter and only walking 1.  The Jays defeated the Raiders 9-0 in The Town of Brookhaven Varsity September Showdown Tournament.

 

In an earlier game, 17u Jays player Connor Hewlette threw a 2 hitter while striking out 9 batters and did not yield a walk.  The Jays defeated the All-Pro All-Stars 6-0.

 


 


17u - Team Blue, Semi-Finalist

August 8, 2016

 

Congratulations to the 17u-Team Blue in their impressive showing at 2016 East Coast Championship 18u Tournament.  The team made it to the semi-finals and finished the tournament 4-1.

 


 


13u - Team Blue Runner Up in Sports at the Beach, Delaware

August 7, 2016

 

Congratulations to the 13u Jays - Team Blue with their impressive showing in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Sports at the Beach Tournament.  The team went 6-1 with their only loss being in the championship game.


 


Tournament Schedule Updates

July 18, 2016

 

We have updated the schedules and links for the upcoming tournaments for the ones that have been released by the tournament director.  We will continue to update them as we receive the schedules.  Please check out the links located on the menu for your appropriate team and click on the link within the tournament page for schedule information.

 


 


Congratulations to the 13u Jays- Team Blue, Baseball Heaven Mid-Atlantic Showdown

July 17, 2016

 

The ECJA would like to congratulate their 13u-Team Blue on their strong finish in the 2016 Baseball Heaven Mid-Summer Showdown Tournament.  The Jays went 4-1, scoring 29 runs and allowing 18 runs over 5 games.  They lost to team Baseball Heaven in the championship game and finished as runners-up.

 


 


17u Jays -Team Blue Earns Bid to the USABL Frazier World Series

July 10, 2016

 

The East Coast Jays is proud to announce that the 17u Jays - Team Blue received a qualifying bid to the United States Baseball Amatuer League Frazier World Series.  The only way to advance to this event is if a team has won a qualifier tournament or finished in 2nd place.  The 17u Team Blue quailified yesterday by making it to the championship game at the Frazier Qualifier in Staten Island.  

Congratulations and best of luck on July 30th when the tournament begins!

 


 

 


McFall's 1 Hitter Leads Jays to Triple Crown Tri-State Championship Over 18u LI Titans

July 6, 2016

 

The 17u East Coast Jays - Team Blue endured the 4th of July 3 day weekend hot temperatures as they played in the Triple Crown Sports, Tri-State Regional Championship Tournament.  The 17u-Team Blue went 6-1 overall, scoring 50 runs, allowing only 19 runs over 7 games, tossing 3 playoff shut-outs and bringing home the title.

The Jays faced the 18u Long Island Titans Gold in the championship game.  The game was played well defensively by both teams and the opposing pitchers battled pitch for pitch.

In the third inning, Tyler Judd led off with single to right field.  With T. Judd running on the pitch, Garrett Going singled to right field, scoring Judd.

In the 6th inning, the Jays threatened to blow the game open.  Going led off with a double which was followed by a single by Evan Mallon.  The next batter, Oliver Tavares, walked setting the plate for the next batter, Dylan Judd.  Dylan laced a single to score Going.  However, the Titans' defense held steady and got out of the jamb.

Starting Jays' pitcher, Brendan McFall came out to finish the game in the 7th inning.  McFall did just that by getting their leadoff batter to fly out.  He would walk the following Titan but induced a ground ball by the next batter for a game ending double play.  McFall had a strong outing on the mound which was a key component in the Jays defeating the Titans.  He threw 7 innings of shut out ball, giving up only 1 hit, striking out 4 batters and only walking one.

 

Notable Tournament Stats:

 

Game 1:  East Coast Jays 11   Clarkstown Stars Black 6

Garrett Going - 3-4, 2 Runs Scored

Tyler Judd - 3-3, Triple, BB, 3 RBI's, 2 Runs Scored

Fred Lucas - 1-3,  HR (Grand Slam), BB, 4 RBI, Run Scored

 

Game 2:  East Coast Jays 12   Mavericks Baseball 4

Garrett Going - 2-3, BB, Double, 2 Runs Scored

Oliver Tavares - 3-4, Double, Triple, 3 RBI

Fred Lucas - 3-3, BB, RBI, Run Scored

Max Jennings - 2-3, 3RBI, Run Scored

Chris Murphy - 2-4, 3 RBI, Run Scored

Chris Deptulski - 2-3, Run Scored 

Max Morill - 5 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 3 K

Steve Sattanino - 1 IP, 0 ER, 2 K

 

Game 3:  East Coast Jays 2   NJ Warriors 6

Dylan Judd - 1-3 Double

Brendan McFall - 2-2 Double, Run Scored

Chris Deptulski - 1-2, Run Scored

 

Game 4:  East Coast Jays 8   NJ Gamers 3

Garrett Going - 2-4, Run Scored

Dylan Judd - 2-4, Double, Triple, 3 RBI, Run Scored

Chris Murphy - 3-3, 3 RBI, Run Scored

Dylan Judd - 7 IP, 5 H, 3 Runs, 4 K, 2 BB

 

Quarter Final Playoff:  East Coast Jays 6   Patterson Braves 5

Garrett Going - 1-3, Triple, 2 RBI, 2 Runs Scored

Dylan Judd -  1-2, BB, Run Scored

Brendan McFall - 1-2, BB, RBI

Steve Sattanino - 1-1

 

Semi-Final:  East Coast Jays 8   Clarkstown Stars Black 0

Evan Mallon - 2-4 RBI

Dylan Judd - 2-4 RBI, Run Scored

Max Jennings - 2-4, 2 Runs Scored

Chris Murphy - 2-4, RBI

Brendan McFall - 3-3, BB, Double, 2 RBI, Run Scored

Tyler Judd - 2-4, RBI, 2 Runs Scored

Connor Hewlette - 6 IP, 2 Hits, 2 K, 0 BB

 

Championship Game:  East Coast Jays 2   Long Island Titans 18U Gold 0

Garrett Going - 2-3,Double, 2 RBI, Run Scored

Dylan Judd - 2-3, RBI

Tyler Judd - 1-2, Run Scored

 

 


 


Jays Players Receive High School Baseball Awards

July 6, 2016

 

The East Coast Jays Organization is proud to announce and congratulate the following Jays players who were recipients of High School Varsity Baseball Awards:

 

Kevin Dunn, junior at Long Beach HS, 17U Jays -  Team White - Nassau County All-Conference Player 

Connor Hewlette, junior at Deer Park HS, 17u Jays - Team Blue - Suffolk County All-League Player

Dylan Judd, sophomore at Oceanside HS, 17u Jays - Team Blue - Nassau County All-Conference Player

Fred Lucas, junior at Baldwin HS, 17u Jays - Team Blue - Nassau County All-County Player

Sean Nappier, senior at Mepham HS, 2015 Alumni - Nassau County All-County Player

Oliver Tavares, junior at Deer Park HS, 17u Jays - Team Blue - Suffolk County All-League Player

 


 


Congratulations to the 17u Jays - Team White Boys of Summer Father's Day Champions

June 19, 2016

 

 

In their first tournament of the season, the 17u Jays - Team White won the Boys of Summer Father's Day Tournament. The team went 4-1 in the tournament and defeated the East End Aviators 6-3 in the championship game.  The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate Team White on their win and their great start to the season! 


16u Jays Defeat the Brooklyn Bonnies

June 8, 2016

 

The 16u Jays took down the Brooklyn Bonnies with a score of 3-2. The Jays manufactured two runs before Franco Lagozzo clobbered a lead off double and would eventually score on a sacrifice fly by George Vlantis making the score 3-2.

On the defensive side Jason Goldstein threw four innings while only giving up two runs.  Goldstein would then give the ball to the tough lefty, Johnny Cook, who took care of the rest, recording the last nine outs to notch the save.


 


Chris Deptulski and the East Rockaway High School Team Take LI Title

June 2, 2016

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to congratulate Chris Deptulski of the 17u Jays - Team Blue and the East Rockaway Rocks for winning the Long Island Class C Championship.  The Rocks defeated the Southold Settlers 3-0 as Deptulski smoked a double in the 5th inning and would go on to score to add to the Rocks lead.

Chris and his high school team move on to face Section 8's North Salem in the NYS Regional Final at Arlington High School, Lagrangeville, NY on Saturday at 11:30.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/baseball/ryan-kelly-s-1-hit-shutout-gives-east-rockaway-c-crown-1.11870997


 

 


McFall Is Clutch On the Mound In Must Win Playoff Game

May 19, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team Blue player, Brendan McFall was given the nod to start game 3 for Oceanside High School against Farmingdale.   The sophmore is not shy to pressure and welcomed the challenge with the 3 game series tied up at 1.

McFall kept the Dalers off balance throughout the game and did what was expected of him.  He pitched 5 solid innings of 4 hit ball, allowing only 1 walk and 1 run while striking out 4 batters.  McFall exited the game in the 5th inning with the score tied 1-1.

Oceanside would go on to score a run in the bottom of the 6th inning which was the difference in their 2-1 victory over Farmingdale.  The Oceanside Sailors advanced to the Nassau County Class AA Semi-Finals and will face the Massapequa Chiefs.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/baseball/kyle-martin-a-force-as-oceanside-advances-to-baseball-semifinals-1.11820099


 


James Silberger Earns the Save for Hewlett High School

May 17, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team White player, James Silberger came in for the Hewlett Bulldogs in the bottom of the 6th inning while  Island Trees was threatening with runners on 1st and 2nd during the Nassau County Class A playoff game.   Silberger shut down Island Trees and did not allow a run as he completed the game. 

Hewlett plays the number 1 seed, Carey High School, on Thursday.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=267998


 


Metz Scores Three Times in Hewlett High School's Playoff Win

May 16, 2016

 

Jesse Metz of the 17u Jays - Team White went 2-4 and scored 3 runs as he helped lead the Hewlett Bulldogs to a 6-1 victory over Lynbrook High School in the second round of the Nassau County Class A playoffs.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=267863


 


Good Luck to Our Jays Players in Their High School Playoffs!

May 14, 2016

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to wish all our Jays players the best of luck in their high school playoff games going on this week. 

We will provide updates all month for the Jays players' respective school team.


 


Mallon's Production Leads Deer Park High School in Comeback Victory

May 12, 2016

 

Evan Mallon, 17u Jays - Team Blue, helped his team rally from a 6 run deficit in the bottom of the 7th inning. Trailing 7-1 to the Bellport High School Clippers, the Deer Park Falcon's timely hitting and patient bats, led to the Falcons' tying the game at 7-7 as Mallon scored the tying run.

With the bases loaded in the 11th inning and fellow Jays' teammate Oliver Tavares on base, Mallon stroked a single up the middle to give the Falcons an 8-7 victory over the Clippers.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=267433


 


D. Judd's Tie-Breaking Single Leads Oceanside High School to Conference Title

 

For the second game in a row with the score tied, Dylan Judd of the 17u Jays - Team Blue, hit an RBI single late in the game to give the Oceanside Sailors the lead.  Judd had 2 hits for the day with 3 RBI's as the Sailors outscored the Syosset Braves 8-7.

The win secured the Conference Title for Oceanside High School as they finished their regular season 16-2-1 and they now have the 1st seed for the playoffs.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=267270


 


Dylan Judd's 2 RBI Single Proves to be the Difference for Oceanside High School

May 10, 2016

 

Oceanside High School faced the Syosset Braves in game 2 of a 3 game series.   With the score tied 1-1 in the 6th inning, Dylan Judd singled home 2 runs which would be the difference in the Sailors' 3-1 victory.  Judd plays for the 17u Jays - Team Blue.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=266924


 


Solid Day at the Plate for D. Judd

May 9, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team Blue Player, Dylan Judd had a solid day for his high school team, Oceanside Sailors.  Judd went 3-4 with 2 runs scored as the sailors defeated the Syosset Braves 12-6.

Click here for Newsday article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=266748


 


Fellow Jays Players Face off Against Each Other at MCU Park

April 30, 2016

 

On April 30, 2016, several Jays players had the opportunity to play against each other at MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones.

The Deer Park Falcons played the Oceanside Sailors at their annual game at MCU Park.  Both high schools have the pleasure of having Jays players on their varsity roster.  The game went 8 innings and ended in a 4-4 tie.

 

(L to R)  Justin Mendez, Tyler Judd, Chris Murphy, Jake Lombardo, Max Jennings, Oliver Tavares, Dylan Judd, Brendan McFall, Evan Mallon, Connor Hewlette

 


 


D. Judd Makes Key Pick-Off for Oceanside High School

April 28, 2016

 

With the Farmingdale Dalers threatening in the 7th inning, Dylan Judd of the 17u Jays - Team Blue, picked off a runner at 1st base.  It was his second successful pick off of the game, adding to Judd 's total of 9 Daler runners being plucked off the base paths during the 3 game series against Farmingdale High School.

Oceanside defeated Farmingdale 2-1.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264855


 


Ryan Mueller Improves to 4-0

April 28, 2016

 

16u Jays pitcher, Ryan Mueller started on the mound for the Lynbrook High School Owls and pitched his way to his 4th victory in as many starts.  He allowed 3 runs, 6 hits and struck out 5 batters over 6 innings.  Lynbrook defeated Floral Park High School 15-3,

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264953


 


Metz Scores Go Ahead Run for Hewlett High School

April 28, 2016

 

Jesse Metz, 17u Jays - Team White, scored the winning run in the 7th inning to give the Hewlett Bulldogs a 4-3 lead and victory over the Plainedge Red Devils.

Click here for Newsday Article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264953


 


Hewlette Goes the Distance as Tavares Provides the Offense for Deer Park HS

April 26, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team Blue players, Connor Hewlette and Oliver Tavares sparked the Deer Park Falcons in their defeat of Kings Park Kingsmen.  

Hewlette pitched a complete game and allowed only 2 earned runs while limiting the Kingsmen to 4 hits. Tavares went 2-3 for the Falcons in their 3-2 win over Kings Park HS.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264621


 


Metz Leads Hewlett High School to Victory

April 26, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team White, Jesse Metz had a great showing for his high school team.  Metz went 2-4 with 2 RBI's as he led Hewlett High School in its 5-2 defeat of Plainedge HS.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264621


 

 


McFall & Judd Play Instrumental Role in Oceanside High School's Victory

April 26, 2016

 

High School teammates and 17u Jays - Team Blue teammates, Brendan McFall & Dylan Judd played an important role in the Oceanside Sailor's win over the Farmingdale Dalers.

Coming off two strong outings, McFall put on another strong performance.  He kept the Dalers scoreless while on the mound for 4 2/3 inning, striking out 3 batters and allowing only 5 hits to the Dalers' powerful lineup.  

With the score tied 0-0 late in the game, Judd's base hit allowed 2 Sailors to score giving the only runs Oceanside needed to win the game.  Judd finished the day 2-5 with 2 RBI's.  

McFall earned his 3rd victory in as many starts as Oceanside defeated Farmingdale 6-0,

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264399


 


Lucas Has a Solid Day at the Play in Baldwin's Win

April 25, 2016

 

17u Jays Team - Blue player, Fred Lucas went 3-4 with 2 RBI's.  Lucas' RBI's were instrumental in Baldwin High School's 4-1 victory over Hicksville.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264399


 


Murphy's Walk-Off 2 RBI Double Wins the Game for Oceanside High School

April 25, 2016

 

With the Oceanside Sailors trailing 8-7 in the bottom of the 7th inning, Chris Murphy, 17u Jays - Team White, stepped to the plate with runners on 1st and 2nd base.   Murphy worked the count and stroked a 3-2 pitch to right center scoring both base runners, one being Jake Lombardo also of the 17u Jays - Team White,  Murphy's walk-off double gave the Sailors a 9-8 victory over the Farmingdale Dalers.  

Catcher, Dylan Judd of the 17u Jays - Team Blue, picked off a Daler runner.

Click here for Newsday Article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=264327

 

Click here for MSG Highlights, Murphy's Double, Interview and Judd's pick off:

http://www.msgvarsity.com/highlights-oceanside-9-farmingdale-8-04-25-16-1.1795072

 


 


Another Solid Outing for Mueller

April 22, 2016

 

Ryan Mueller, 16u Jays, earned his 3rd victory on the mound for the Lynbrook Owls.  Mueller tossed six innings of 5 hit ball while striking out 3 batters and allowing only 1 run to the Valley Stream North Spartans.  The Owls defeated the Spartans 2-1.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=263726


 


Rodriguez Solid at the Plate

April 21, 2016

 

Chris Rodriguez, 17u - Team Blue, helped Hewlett High School secure a 6-6 tie with the Rosyln Bulldogs.  Rodriguez went 2-3 with 2 RBI's.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=263849


 


McFall Fan's 12 for Oceanside High School

April 19, 2016

 

Once again, Brendan McFall of the 17u Jays - Team Blue, shined on the mound for his high school team.  In his second start, McFall and the Oceanside Sailors faced the Uniondale Knights.  McFall went deep into the game, pitching 6 innings while striking out 12 batters, walking none and only allowing 3 hits and 1 run.  It was second game in as many that he struck out 12 batters.  The Sailors defeated the Knights 11-1.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=263341

 


 


Silberger Shines on the Mound as Teammate Goes Yard for Hewlett H.S.

April 14, 2016

 

James Silberger and Jesse Metz both of the 17u Jays - Team White, helped lead the Hewlett High School Bulldogs to victory over New Hyde Park High School.  Silberger shutout the Gladiators by firing a 3 hitter and allowing only 3 hits.  Metz hit his first home run of the season for Hewlett.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=262621

 


 


Lucas Leads the Baldwin Bruins Past the Port Washington Vikings

April 13, 2016

 

Fred Lucas, 17u Jays - Team Blue, was perfect at the plate for his high school team, the Baldwin Bruins.  Lucas went 3-3 with 3 R.B.I.s to pace the Bruins past Port Washington High School.

 

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=262341

 


 


D. Judd Guns Down Runners for Oceanside High School

April 11, 2016

 

17u Jays - Team Blue, Dylan Judd was behind the dish in game 1 of an important 3 game series against the Massapequa High School Chiefs.  Testing his arm early, Judd gunned down two runners attempting to steal second, ending the 2nd and 3rd inning respectively.  Judd is a sophomore for the Oceanside High School Sailors and a 2nd year varsity starter.

The Sailors won the game 9-4.

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http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/baseball/dilorenzo-2-for-5-sparks-oceanside-s-win-over-massapequa-1.11680875

 


 


McFall & Murphy Propel Oceanside Sailors To Victory

April 9, 2016

 

Oceanside Sailors' Sophomore, Brendan McFall, also of the Jays 17u - Team Blue, dominated on the mound against the Baldwin Bruins.  McFall, in his first career varsity start, kept the Bruins off balanced the entire game.  He did not allow a hit until the 5th inning.  McFall threw a complete game while allowing 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 walks and striking out 12 batters.

Fellow 17u Jays - Team White player, Chris Murphy provided the run support the Sailors and McFall needed.  With the score tied 0-0 late in the game, Murphy hit an RBI single to give the Sailors the lead.  Murphy finished the day 2-4 with 2 RBI's. Murphy is also a Sophomore and a first year varsity player for Oceanside High School.

Oceanside went on to win the game 4-0.

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http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=261459

 


 


Mueller's Earns His 2nd Win for Lynbrook HS

April 8, 2016

Ryan Mueller, Jays-16u, earned his second win of the season for the Lynbrook Owls.  Mueller pitched 5 innings and only allowed 3 hits while striking out 7 batters and allowing no runs.

Click here for Newsday Article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=261275

 


 


Chris Rodriguez Goes Deep

April 8, 2016

 

Chris Rodriguez, 17u-Jays Blue, hit his first home run of the season for the Hewlett High School Bulldogs. Despite three Bulldog Players going deep, they lost 14-5 to Wantagh High School.

 


 


Tavares' Bat Helps Lead Deer Park HS to Victory

April 8, 2016

 

Oliver Tavares, 17u Jays - Blue, had a strong day at the plate as the Deer Park Falcons defeated Bellport High School.  Tavares had 3 hits in 4 at-bats with runs batted in to lead the Falcons.

Senior player, Carlos Miranda pitched a complete game while striking out 7 batters to earn the win.  Miranda is a Jays Alumni.

 

Click here for Newsday Article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=261236

 


 


Hewlette Goes the Distance for Deer Park High School

April 6, 2016

 


17u Jays - Team Blue player, Connor Hewlette had a solid day on the mound against Bellport High School.  Hewlette pitched a complete game for the Deer Park Falcons and earned the win in the 7-1 victory.

Click here for the Newsday Article:

http://scores.newsday.com/sports/highschool/gamepage.php?id=260851

 


 


Anatra Sparks Half Hollow Hills West's Extra Innings Victory

April 6, 2016

 

T.J. Anatra, of the 17u Jays - Team White, singled in the top of the 9th inning for the Half Hollow Hills West Colts.  Anatra would later come around to score the winning run with two outs in a 3-2 defeat of North Babylon High School.

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Deptulski Contributes to East Rockaway's Win over Lawrence

March 30, 2016

 

17u Jay - Team Blue, Chris Deptulski went 1-2, with 3 walks and he scored 2 runs for East Rockaway High School.  East Rockaway defeated Lawrence 10-2.   It was the second straight day that Deptulski played an integral roll in his team's win.

 

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Mueller's Solid Pitching Leads Lynbrook HS to a Victory

March 30, 2016

 

Ryan Mueller was given the start on the mound for the Lynbrook H.S. Owls.  The 16u Jays player gave a solid performance for the Owls by tossing a 5 hitter, striking out 6 and allowing only 1 earned run to the Bethpage Golden Eagle.  

Mueller earned his first win of the season in a 10-1 victory over Bethpage.

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Deptulski Shuts the Door on West Hempstead

March 29, 2016

 

Chris Deptulski of the 17u Jays - Team Blue was summoned for relief out of the bullpen for his high school team, the East Rockaway Rocks.  Deptulski shut down the West Hempstead Rams by pitching 3 innings of shutout ball while striking out 6 batters.  The Rocks defeated the Rams 9-2.

 

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Vlantis Has A Clutch Save for Great Neck South

March 23, 2016

 

George Vlantis was summoned to close out the game in a tight situation for the Great Neck H.S. Rebels.  With the Westbury Dragons threatening in the top of the 7th with the bases loaded and 2 outs, the 16u Jays player struck out the Dragon's last batter to earn his first save of the season.

The Rebels defeated Westbury 8-5. 

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2016 High School Tryouts

March 8, 2016

 

The Jays organization wishes best of luck to all our players who are competing for a roster spot on their 2016 high school baseball team!

 


 


Napier and Valenti Commit

March 8, 2016

 

Congratulations to our own, Sean Napier and Jimmy Valenti, who committed to play college baseball.  Sean committed to play at John Jay College and Jimmy will be playing at Mount Saint Vincent College.

Napier was an outfielder for the 2015 16u Jays and Valenti was our 3rd baseman.  Both players were leaders on & off the field.  

We wish them both all the best in their college career!

 


 


Sunday, January 24th Workouts Are Canceled

January 22, 2016

 

 

Please be advised that this week's workouts for all teams are canceled due to the impending blizzard.  We will reschedule the workout for a later date.    Stay warm and stay safe!


 


Rosters & Schedules

January 20, 2016

 

The 2016 East Coast Jays' rosters have been updated on the site.  Please notify us of any mistakes of your son's name so that we can correct it immediately.

Also, tournament information for the 2016 Jays are posted as well.  


 


2016 Fan Apparel

 

We will soon be distributing order forms for the 2016 East Coast Jays' Fan Apparel.  We will have samples for sizing purposes.

 


 


17U players training with pros.

17u SS, Oliver Tavares training with former Met and now Colorado Rockies SS, Jose Reyes.


 

 

 

 

 


16u Jays Finish 4-1 in the Antonia Agostinelli Memorial Baseball Tournament

October 20, 2015

 

The 16u Jays made a nice run in the Antonia Agostinelli Memorial Baseball Tournament this past weekend.

In their first game Saturday morning, the Jays defeated Next Level Baseball 13-1 while accumulating 11 hits.  Later on in the day, the Jays faced Baseball Warehouse and got a stellar performance from their own starting pitcher, James Silberger.  Silberger was flawless for 7 innings by  keeping Baseball Warehouse off the bases and throwing a perfect game while striking out 8 batters.  The Jays' offense backed him with 16 hits and 7 runs.

On Sunday, the Jays were credited with a 7-0 victory over the LI Whalers and moved onto the Semi-Finals.  

Facing Team Body Armour, the East Coast Jays had a defensive battle on their hands but they would prevail.  The Jays' bats came alive and broke the 0-0 tie in the 5th inning by scoring 5 runs.  East Coast would tack on another 4 runs in the top of the 7th and would only yield 1 run later that inning for a 9-1 win.

Going into the Championship Game, the Jays had only allowed 2 runs and scored 36 runs of their own over 3 games.  However, the Jays' bats went uncharacteristically cold and couldn't manufacture any runs or shut down the Adirondack Heat.  The Jays would lose 9-1.

Still an impressive showing against some tough teams.  Congratulations to the 16u Jays!


 


2015 Fall Tournaments Announced

September 1, 2015

 

The Jays' organization has announced their 2015 Fall tournaments for the 16u Team Blue & Team White.  Please click on the appropriate menu button located on the left side of the home page for detailed information.   Field Location, Game Times and Opponents will be announced at each tournament nears and as information is released to us.


 


16u Jays Fall to the Bronx Bomber in Playoff Game

August 13, 2015

 

The 16u East Coast Jays faced the Bronx Bombers in the first round of the playoffs at Diamond Nation Thursday night.

East Coast took an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st inning with an RBI single by Max Jennings. However, the Bombers responded with 3 runs of their own and capitalized on some rare errors by the Jays in the 2nd inning.  The Bombers also added two more in the 5th inning with 3 consecutive singles.

The Jays got back on the board in the 6th inning with a triple by Oliver Tavares that was followed by an RBI double by Dylan Judd, making the score 5-2.  Once again, the Bombers countered with another run in the 7th to take back their 4 run lead and went on to win 6-2.

The Jays' starting pitcher, Sean Napier battled throughout the game as he allowed 3 earned runs while striking out 5 in 6 1/3 innings.  Napier also had 2 singles on the night in 3 plate appearances while Carlos Miranda hit a double.

The 16u team finished 4-1 and finished with a #5 ranking in the 65 team tournament.


 

 


Jays Clinch #1 Seed Against the LI Storm in the Blue Chip Prospects Tournament

August 13, 2015

 

An outstanding effort by Dylan Judd carried the East Coast Jays 16U team to a 6-0 win in seven innings over the L. I. Storm on Thursday in their final game of pool play of the Blue Chip Prospects Tournament at Diamond Nation, NJ.

Judd kept contact to a minimum, striking out 10 L. I. Storm batters.  The Jays 16U's pitcher gave up just two hits over seven shutout innings.

The biggest inning for the Jays was the first.  East Coast's bats caught fire leading to four runs.  They scored in the first on a two-run single by Max Jennings.

The Jays brought home another run in the sixth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh.  In the sixth, East Coast scored on an RBI single by Jimmy Valenti.

With the win, the 16u Jays clinched the #1 seed in a tournament that consists of 65 other teams by allowing only 2 runs over 4 games and scoring 24 runs of their own.

 


 


16u Come Out On Top of Defensive Battle in Game 3 of Blue Chip Tournament

August 12, 2015

 

The 16u Jays played their second game of the day and their third game of the Blue Chip Prostpects Tournament in Diamond Nation.   The Jays went up against the B45 Nation and both teams put on a defensive display.

The game remained scoreless until the 4th inning when the Jays' lead off batter worked out a walk.  The next batter hit a single, advancing the runner to 2nd base.  The Jays capitalized on an errant throw to the outfield when their runner hustled all the way from 2nd base to score the games' only run.

The East Coast starting pitcher, Austin Prendergast threw 4 innings of no hit ball and struck out 4 batters.   The Jays' bullpen yielded 1 hit in relief and also struck out 4.

The 16u Jays improved to 3-0 in the tournament, allowing only 2 runs while scoring 19 runs.  They face the LI Storm Black tomorrow for game 4.


 


16u Jays Hold Off Bronx Brewers' Late Push In Game 2 of Blue Chip Tournament

August 12, 2015

 

The 16u Jays faced the Bronx Brewers' in Game 2 of Blue Chips Prospects Tournament in Diamond Nation.

The Jays jumped to a 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning and added another in the 4th inning with Justin Mendez hitting a solo home run to left field.  The Brewers responded with a run of their own in the bottom of the inning but East Coast countered with another run in the 5th.   

The Brewers didn't go quietly as they singled with one out in the bottom of the 7th, followed by a walk.  With two outs, the Brewers beat out an infield single to load the bases.  The Jays settled down and their pitcher induced the batter to hit a ground ball back to the mound and he made the throw to 1st base for the final out, securing the victory. 

Stephen Sattanino pitched a complete game allowing 2 runs on 7 hits against a tough offensive team.


 

 


16u Jays Take Opening Game in the Blue Chip Prospects Diamond Nation Tournament

August 10, 2015

 

The East Coast Jays traveled to Flemington, NJ to play in the Blue Chip Prospects Diamond Nation Tournament and won their opening game.

The 16u Jays offense exploded for 8 hits and 14 runs in 3 innings while their starting pitcher held the Staten Island Orioles Prospects Black to 1 hit.  East Coast run ruled the Orioles after 3 1/2 innings of play, winning 14-0.

The Jays face the LI Storm Black tomorrow morning.


 


15u Season Ends in The Eemi-Finals After Extra Innings

August 8, 2015
The 15u Jays lost to the Nationals in the Boys of Summer 15u National Semifinals by a score of 4-3.  The East Coast Jays finished the summer with a league record of 17-4-3, and a combined record of 27-12-3 including tournaments.  Excellent summer season for the 15u Jays


15u Jays Advance to Semi-Finals In League Playoffs

August 5, 2015

 

Congratulations to the 15u Jays who have advanced to the 15u Boys of Summer League Playoffs!

The 15u Jays finished league play by sweeping the B1000 Seminoles and the LI Mudcats before the playoffs. They had earned the #2 seed in the 15u National division with a record of 15-3-3 

East Coast won the first round playoff game vs. Prospects Academy with a late explosion of hitting.  Jake Lombardo singled with the bases loaded to give the Jays the lead in the bottom of the 6th inning.  TJ Anatra threw a complete game, with only 1 run surrendered. 

The Jays won their second playoff game, quarterfinals, against the LI Bears by a score of 7-1.  Kevin Dunn gave the Jays' bullpen a rest by pitching  a complete game, yielding only 1 run.  East Coast advances to the semifinals and will play the Nationals this Saturday, August 7, 2015 at Deer Park HS.


 


Plenty of Offense and Solid Pitching Ensure Victory for the 16u Jays

July 9, 2015

 

The East Coast Jays 16U beat the NY Diamonds on Thursday 12-2 at Centereach HS in the Boys of Summer 17u League.

After falling behind 2-0 in the top of the first, the 16u Jays answered back with two runs of their own.  East Coast scored on an RBI double by Dylan Judd an RBI single by Max Jennings.

The lead stayed with the Jays after the second, when it scored three runs on a three-run single by Bradley Cooper and later scored three more runs in the fourth on a sacrifice fly by Tyler Judd and a two-run double by Jake Esposito.  The Jays' bats did not stop there.  They then matched its two-run fifth inning with two more in the sixth.  In the fifth, the Jays scored on a ground out by Carlos Miranda bringing home Oliver Tavares.

Justin Mendez, Sean Napier and Brandon O'Brien each collected two hits during the game.  As a team, the Jays totaled 12 runs on 11 hits which included 3 doubles and a triple.

While their offense exploded with their bats, their arms were just as good.  Starting pitcher, Stephen Sattanino got it done on the hill on the way to the win.  He allowed two runs over four innings, struck out six, walked none and gave up four hits.  Jennings was impressive in relief against the Diamonds' lineup. Jennings held them hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out four.

The 16u Jays won 12-2 and are now 8-3-1 in the 17u Eastern Division of the Boys of Summer League.


 


16u Jays Down 17u Team Baseball Heaven

June 30, 2015

In the rubber match against Team Baseball Heaven 17u, the East Coast Jays 16u came out victorious by a score of 5-1.  The Jays had lost to Team BBH in their season opener earlier in the month.

East Coast scored 5 runs on 9 hits while their pitching staff allowed only 1 run on 2 hits.

The Jays improved their record to 5-2-1 in the Boys of Summer League.

 


 

 


15u Jays Come Up Short In Blue Chip Prospects Tournament

June 28, 2015

 

The 15u Jays defeated the LI Barnstormers in game 3 of the Blue Chip Prospects Great American Tournament.  Noah Warren threw a complete game shutout to earn the win by a score of 8-0.  The Jays advanced to the playoffs after going 3-0 in pool play earning the #3 seed.     
   
In a tight defensive game, the East Coast lost to the Richmond County Nationals in the quarterfinals by a score of 2-1.  TJ Anatra went the distance but the Jays offense couldn't lift them to the semifinals of the Blue Chip Prospects Tournament. 

The East Coast team scored 24 runs and allowed only 9 over 4 games.
 


 


East Coast 16u Bats Come Alive In Victory

June 25, 2015

 

Once again, the 16u Jays fell behind early, 1-0, to the Huntington Athletics in the 2nd inning of the Boys of Summer League. 

The Jays responded in the 4th inning by scoring 3 runs and would never trail after.  They would add to their lead, 4-1, with a run in the 5th inning.  A five-run explosion in the sixth inning would all but secure the victory as East Coast went onto win 9-3.


 


15u Jays Make An Impressive Showing in BBH Father's Day Tournament

June 21, 2015

 

The 15u Jays played their first tournament of the summer at the Baseball Heaven Father's Day Weekend Charity Tournament.

On Friday June 19, The Jays beat the North Shore Stallions in their opening game by a score of 9-4.  TJ Anatra threw complete game for the win. 

The next day, East Coast won their second game in pool play by defeating the Long Island Storm by a score of 8-3.  Kevin Dunn also threw a complete game, earning the win. 

The Jays stayed hot and won their second game of the day and third of the tournament.  They defeated the Frozen Ropes Team Red by a score of 8-0.  Jake LaNasa threw a complete game shutout, completing the Jays sweep in pool play.  They advanced to the semi-finals.

In the semi's, East Coast would battle Team Steel but would come up short and lose 5-2.  

The 15u Jays made a great showing in this tournament with solid offense backed by their pitching and defense.  The squad pushed 27 runners across the plate runs and only allowed 12 runs over 4 games.

 


 

 


16u Jays Split Double Header With South Shore Chiefs

June 20, 2015

 

East Coast 16u Jays' team took the first game of a double header from the South Shore Chiefs.  The Jays' starting pitcher went the distance in a solid outing.  The Jays trailed 1-0 after the Chiefs scored a run in the top of the 4th inning.   East Coast responded with a 2 run single in the bottom of the 5th inning.

 

In the second game, the Chiefs would avenge the first game loss by exploding with their bats and turning out a solid defensive performance.  The Chiefs would go on to defeat the Jays 7-0.


 


16u Jays Play to a Tie in a Defensive Battle With the Huntington A's

June 18, 2015

 

The Huntington Athletics and East Coast Jays 16u played to a 2-2 tie on Thursday at Harborfields HS in the 17u Boys of Summer League.

The Huntington Athletics jumped to a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st as the Jays' starting pitcher uncharacteristically got into trouble early in the game.

The Jays' relief pitcher entered in the bottom of the 2nd inning and quickly quieted the A's bats. 

The Jays then grabbed 2 runs in the 4th inning but were unable keep the lead as the A's team tied the game in the 6th.  The A's would threaten to walk away with the win by having bases loaded and no outs in the bottom of the 7th inning.  The Jays would then strike out the next 2 batters with their second relief pitcher doing the job.  Down to their final out, the A's batter swung and missed at a pitch that dropped and hit the back of the plate and rolled to the A's side of the backstop. The Jays' catcher quickly slid to the ball and throwing from his butt, made a stellar throw to get the runner by a step to send the game to extra innings.

The two teams were unable to break the tie in the 8th inning as the game ended do to time constraints.

The 16u Jays are 2-1-1 playing up in 17u league play.


 


16U Come Back Home to Continue Winning Ways

June 17, 2015

 

The LI Jr. Ducks jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the third. The 16u Jays grabbed the lead in the fourth, when it scored four runs on two singles.  East Coast later brought home another run in the fifth inning that helped secure the win, 6-2.


 

 


16U Jays Keep Rolling Against Diamond Jacks

June 13, 2015

 

In game 2 of the Diamond Nation Tournament, the East Coast Jays 16u's bats exploded as they jumped out to an early lead on the NJ Diamond Jacks.  The Jays' thirteen runs in the first three innings allowed the team to put the game away early and capture a 14-7 victory on Saturday.


 


16U Jays Bats Come Alive in Diamond Nation, Defeat the Wladyka National

June 12, 2015

 

The 16u Jays went to Diamond Nation and hit the ball all over the field which included 2 home runs. 

In a back and forth affair, the East Coast Jays took the last of five lead changes against Wladyka National, securing a 7-6 victory on Friday.  Wladyka National was unable to weather a two-run sixth inning deficit as the Jays' defense held steadily.


 


16U East Coast Jays Survive the Central LI Rams 4-3 With Late-Game Offensive Attack

June 10, 2015

 

Chris Murphy drove in the go-ahead run to give the 16u Jays the lead in the seventh inning, as they hung on to beat the Central LI Rams 4-3 on Tuesday.

Max Jennings walked to get on base in the seventh.  He then went from first to third on a double by Stephen Sattanino.  Michael Valentino got a hit in each of his three at bats.  He singled in the first, fourth, and sixth innings. The Central LI Rams couldn't get anything going so long as Dylan Judd was on the hill.  Judd held the Central LI Rams hitless over 1 2/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out two. Sean Nappier got it done on the rubber in relief on the way to the Jays' win.  He pitched 1 1/3 shutout innings.  Napier struck out four, walked none and gave up one hit.

In the bottom of the first, the Central LI Rams grabbed the early lead, 1-0.  A single  scoring the runner from second that started the inning off.  The Jays matched its one-run fourth inning with one more in the sixth.  In the fourth, and scored on an RBI single by Judd, bringing home Valentino.


 


15U Jays Defense Keeps Them Rolling

June 14, 2015

 

The 15u Jays split the Sunday doubleheader in two close games with the CGI Braves.  In game 1, the Jays pitching only surrendered 2 runs, for a final of 3-2 in the their win.

The Jays defeated ProspectsAcademy in another close game, with a final score of 2-1.  Pitching had been stellar for the team by only letting up 1 run.


 


O'Brien Heads to State Championship

June 8, 2015

 

Congratulations to Brandon O'Brien of the 16U Jays and Levittown-Division High School for defeating Bayport-Blue Point and capturing the Long Island Championship.  Brandon O'Brien and the Division Dragons now head up to Binghamton to compete in the NY State championship round.

 


 


O'Brien Heads to Long Island Championship

June 4, 2015

 

Congratulations to 16u Jays' Brandon O'Brien and his Division High School team on winning the Nassau County Championship against North Shore High School.  Brandon and his high school team move on to the Long Island Championship Game and will face Bayport-Blue Point High School who won the Suffolk County Championship.


 


15U Jays Bats Come Alive

June 10, 2015

 

The 15u Jays defeated the Storm 6-2 for the second win of the season.  The Jays are now 2-0-1 in the Boys of Summer league play this summer.

Loncey Conyers threw 5 innings of two run ball, and Jesse Metz came in to close it out.  RBI singles from Matt Maquet, Jonathan Russin, and Jesse Metz in the second inning gave the Jays an early 3-1 lead.  TJ Anatra hit a 2 run triple in the fifth inning, and was driven home by Jake Lombardo's single.


 


15U Jays Win Home opener

June 10, 2015

 

The 15u Jays opened their summer season with a win against the NY Nationals Central.  Kevin Dunn threw the first 4 innings, giving up only one run.  Chris Murphy tied up the game with a double in the left centerfield gap. Jake Lanasa relieved the next 4 innings of scoreless baseball.  The Jays took the game into extra innings, and won 2-1 with a walk off single by Jesse Mets in the bottom of the 8th inning to score Jonathan Russin


Brandon O'Brien Leads Division HS into County Finals

May 28, 2015

 

Brandon O'Brien of the 16u Jays received the nod to start on the mound for Division HS in a crucial game against Manhasset HS.  With the best of 3 series tied 1-1, O'Brien went to work to try and get Division into the Nassau County Final.  Brandon pitched a complete game while allowing only 1 run on five hits to earn his 8th victory of the season as Division defeated Manhasset 3-1.

Division will now face North Shore HS in the Nassau County Championship best of 3 series.

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Good Luck to the East Coast Players in the County Championship Games for their High School

May 29, 2015

 

The East Coast Jays Organization is proud to announce and wish the best of luck to our following players whose high school teams have advanced to the Nassau County Finals at Farmingdale State Collge:

Class A Final - North Shore High School vs. Division High School 

Brandon O'Brien - 16u Jays, Division High School

 

Class AA Final - Oceanside High School vs. McArthur High School

Max Jennings - 16u Jays, Oceanside High School

Dylan Judd - 16u Jays, Oceanside High School

Tyler Judd - 16u Jays, Oceanside High School

Chris Murphy - 15u Jays, Oceanside High School


 

 


Dylan Judd Plays Big Roll in Oceanside HS Playoff Victory

May 25, 2015

 

Dylan Judd of the 16u Jays helped lead the Oceanside Varsity Baseball team to victory over Syosset in the first game of a best of 3 series during the Nassau County Semi-Finals.

Judd, a freshman, went 2-2 with a walk, a run scored and game winning RBI.  With the Sailors down to their last out, trailing 2-0 in the bottom of the 7th inning, Judd singled to center field to keep Oceanside's hopes alive.  His teammate then followed with an RBI double scoring Judd from 1st base.   The Sailor's then tied the game with another single sending the game to extra innings.

With the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the 8th, Judd battled off several pitches before working out a walk-off walk to give Oceanside a 3-2 victory.

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16u Takes Memeorial Day Weekend Championship

May 25, 2015

The 16u Jays competed in the Long Island Hot Stove Memorial Day Varsity Challenge during the Holiday weekend.   They were undefeated and took home the Championship.  The Jays went 4-0-1 while scoring 48 runs and only yielding 11 over the 5 games.

Tournament Game Wrap-Ups to soon follow.


 


16u Jays, Jake Esposito Contributes to Plainedge HS Playoff Victory

May 18, 2015

 

Jake Esposito of the 16u Jays went 2-4 with an RBI and a Run Scored in his high school team's 2nd round playoff victory.  Jake had the Plainedge Red Devil's first RBI of the game in the second inning as they went on to defeat Clarke HS 9-0.

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Good Luck to Our Jays Players Who Are in the High School Playoffs

May 15, 2015

 

The East Coast Jays Organization would like to wish Good Luck to the following players who are currently in the Varsity Baseball Playoffs:

 

Bradley Cooper - 16u Jays, Lynbrook HS
Jake Esposito - 16u Jays, Plainedge HS
Max Jennings - 16u Jays, Oceanside HS
Dylan Judd - 16u Jays, Oceanside HS
Tyler Judd -16u Jays, Oceanside HS
Chris Murphy- 15u Jays, Oceanside HS
Sean Napier - 16u Jays, Mepham HS
Brandon O'Brien - 16u Jays, Division HS
Austin Premdergast - 16u Jays, West Babylon HS

Michael Valentino16u Jays, Mepham HS


 

 


16u Jennings & O'Brien Shine on the Mound for Their High School Teams

May 13, 2015

 

Brandon O'Brien had another solid pitching outing for Division HS.  Brandon pitched 5 innings and only allowed 1 earned run while giving up 3 hits and striking out 5.   Division defeated South Side HS 13-1.

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Relief pitcher Max Jennings entered in the 5th inning for Oceanside HS.  Jennings threw 3 innings of shut-out ball while striking out 5 and yielding only 1 hit.  Oceanside defeat Hicksville 13-3.

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16u Deptulski Triples to Tie Game and Sets Up Victory for East Rockaway

May 12, 2015

 

Chris Deptulski of the 16u Jays had a game tying triple in the 5th inning for East Rockaway High School.  Soon after, Deptulski scored the game winning run as East Rockaway defeated Carle Place 6-5.

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16u Jennings Provides Scoreless Relief

May 11, 2015

 

Max Jennings of the 16u Jays was called upon for relief in the 5th inning and shut the door on Hicksville HS thru the remainder of the game.  Jennings provided his Oceanside HS team with 3 scoreless innings and only allowed 2 hits in Oceanside's 10-1 victory.

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11u Jays Come Out Ahead in Pitching Dual

May 8, 2015

 

In their third game of the season, the 11u Jays came out on top of a 3-2 battle against the Hawks.  The Jays got another solid pitching performance from their ace, striking out 10 thru 4 innings and only allowing 1 earned run.

A lead off hit in the 6th followed by two huge at bats and timely base running was the difference in what lead to their first walk-off win of the season.

The Jays improved to 3-0 in the Valley Stream Sandlot 12u division.


 


Miranda's Arm and Bat Lead His Team to Victory

May 7, 2015

 

16u Jays player, Carlos Miranda was called upon to pitch in a tight game in the 5th inning with Deer Park HS leading West Babylon 5-4.  Miranda threw 3 scoreless innings to earn the save.  He also had a nice day at the plate by going 2-3 with 1 RBI and a Run scored which helped Deer Park defeat West Babylon, 5-4.

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O'Brien Delivers Another Solid Outing

May 7, 2015

 

Brandon O'Brien continued his winning ways with another solid outing on the mound for Division HS.  O'Brien of the 16u Jays went 5 five innings, allowing only 1 earned run on 4 hits.  He also struck out 5 Plainedge batters while only yielding 3 walks.  Division defeated Plainedge 9-3.

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16u Jays', D. Judd Pitches 3 Scoreless Innings for Oceanside High School

May 5, 2015

 

Varsity Freshman, Dylan Judd came into relief in the 5th inning and threw 3 scoreless innings to earn the save for Oceanside High School.   Oceanside defeated Baldwin High School 11-5.

Judd plays on the 16u Jays team.

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11u Jays' Arms & Sticks Shine in No-Hit Victory

May 4, 2015

 

The 11u Jays defeated the Cardinals in a 15-0 victory in the Valley Stream Sandlot 12u division.  With a solid team effort, they compiled 7 hits and 15 runs over 4 innings of play.  Their pitching held the Cardinals scoreless by striking out 9 and allowing no hits.  It was the 11u Jays first No-No of the season.


 


11u Jays Take Season Opener in the Valley Stream Sandlot Baseball League

May 1, 2015

 

After a much anticipated season opener, the 11u East Coast Jays faced the Red Sox in the 12u AAA Division of the Valley Stream Sandlot Baseball League.  The Jays' starting pitcher threw 3 scoreless innings, striking out 5 without allowing a hit.  The Jays' offense scored 9 runs in the 3rd inning which included a bases clearing triple.

The Jays' defense played errorless baseball in their first win of the season defeating the Red Sox, 9-2.


 


16u Jays' Duo, Miranda & Tavares Lead Deer Park HS to Victory

April 30, 2015

 

Carlos Miranda pitched a complete game for Deer Park HS allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run while striking out 6 players.  Miranda, a junior at DPHS, earned his first varsity win in a 5-3 victory over Kings Park.  Sophomore, Oliver Tavares, went 2-3 with an important RBI.  Tavares tied the game with a sacrifice fly in the 7th inning.  

Miranda & Tavares both play for the 16u East Coast Jays.  

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16u Jays', Miranda Has Walk-Off Single for Deer Park HS

April 29, 2015

 

With the score tied 2-2, 16u Jays' Carlos Miranda hit a walk-off single to help his Deer Park HS team defeat Kings Park 3-2.

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16u Jays' O'Brien Shines at the Plate and on the Mound

April 17, 2015

 

Brandon O'Brien of the 16u Jays earned his second win of the season by pitching a complete game, allowing only 1 unearned run, 1 walk, 5 hits while striking out 5 batters for Division High School.  O'Brien also contributed offensively.  He went 2-4 2 RBI's and 2 runs scored in Division's 15-1 victory over Great Neck North.

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Mendez of the 16u Jays' Has 3-4 Day with Game Tying RBI

April 14, 2015

 

16u Jays', Justin Mendez, went 3-4 with a late game tying RBI as Deer Park HS defeated Bellport 4-1.

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16u Jays' Sophomore, O'Brien Earns First Varsity Win

April 10, 2015

 

Brandon O'Brien of the 16u Jays earned the victory in his Varsity debut for Division High School.  O'Brien, a sophomore, pitched 6 innings  and did not allow a run, struck out 4 and allowed only 5 hits and 3 walks.

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16u Jays' Miranda Helps Lead Deer Park to Victory

April 8, 2015

Carlos Miranda of the 16u Jays had a stellar day at the plate and helped Deer Park Varsity defeat Huntington 15-2.

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16u Jays' Jennings Makes Newsday

April 7, 2015

Congratulations to Max Jennings, 16u Jays, on earning his first varsity Save for the Oceanside Sailors.

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2015 Tournament Schedules Released

 

Tournament Schedules have been posted for all age groups.  Please check the site calendar for your appropriate age group.   League Play Schedules will be posted once they are released by the league.


 


Good Luck To All Our Jays Players Trying for Their School Teams!

Keep A Lookout for Our Postings for our Spring Practices.


 

 


15u & 16u Summer Tournaments Posted - Check Site Calendar -

13u to be Posted Soon! 


 


Jays Spend Quality Time with the Plainedge Pride Baseball Challenger Team

December 4, 2014

The 16u East Coast Jays spent some quality time with the Plainedge Pride Youth Baseball organization on September 14, 2015 at Plainedge Park.

The Plainedge Pride Youth Baseball League is an organization that participates in the Challenger Division where differently abled boys and girls participate in baseball activities and instructions.  Through their buddy system, family members and friends assist the players in learning the great game of baseball.  They PYBL will mark its' 5th season where many of the players have made tremendous strides, both socially and physically!

Each of the Jays' players buddied up with each of the Pride players to instruct the them on hitting, fielding and running the bases.  Together, both organizations brought smiles to each others faces, as well as their parents and coaches.  Whether it was hit, a play made or a simple conversation, it was a proud moment for both organizations to see the excitement and laughter from the Pride & Jays working together.  The event was such a success that the Jays eagerly returned again on October 26, 2014 and plan to continue this joint effort in the future.

 

 

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15u Jays Come Up Short in a Solid Effort in the Finals of the BBH Labor Day Tournament

September 1, 2014

  

Advancing to the Championship Game in the Baseball Heaven Labor Day Tournament, the Jays faced the West Islip Gators.

The two undefeated teams battled and displayed their impressive defensive skills.   The Gators allowed only 4 hits while the Jays allowed 6 hits.  The Gators hit when it counted and were able to score 2 runs.   The Gators' relief pitcher held the Jays' bats in check the remainder of the game to take the Championship with a 2-0 win.

The Jays finished the tournament 5-1 and now move onto 16u Fall Baseball.

 

 


 


15u Battle the Grand Slam Ligers in the Semi-Finals

September 1, 2014

  

In Round 2 of the playoffs, the Jays faced the Ligers once again.   The Jays and the Ligers exchanged leads 5 times in a hard fought battle.

The Jay's starting pitcher provided the team with a dominant outing; 8 K's, 2 BB's and 1 earned run over 7 innings.

East Coast grabbed the lead after a strong 6th inning and took the lead for good.  They went onto win 5-2 and advance to the finals.

 


 

 

 


EC Jays 15u Take First Game of BBH Labor Day Tournament Playoff

August 31, 2014

  

Seeded number 2 in the Baseball Heaven Labor Day Tournament, the 15u Jays squared off against the Plainview Hawks in the first round of the playoffs.

The Jays took an early 2-0 lead in the 2nd inning and never looked back.   They exploded with 9 hits and 6 more runs in route to an 8-3 victory.

 


 


15u Jays Pitcher, Dylan Judd, No-Hits the Diamond Spike in the BBH Labor Day Tournament

August 30, 2014

  

Dylan Judd of the 15u East Coast Jays threw a no hitter against the Diamond Spikes in game 3 of the Baseball Heaven Labor Day Tournament.

The Jays provided some spectacular errorless defense for D. Judd while he was in command of his pitches throughout the game.  D. Judd struck out 9 batters and only walked 1 batter.

East Coast's timely hitting and patience at the plate helped in taking the 8-0 victory over the Spikes.

 


 


East Coast Jays 15u Tops Grand Slam Ligers in Back-and-Forth affair, 7-4

August 30, 2014

 

The East Coast Jays 15u team outlasted the Grand Slam Ligers on Saturday after a few lead changes, squeaking out a 7-4 win at Baseball Heaven.

The Jays were leading 3-0 after 4 but surrendered 4runs in the 5th inning to the Ligers.  The Jays responded with 4 runs of their own in the bottom of the inning and went up for the duration of the game.

 


 


15u Jays Take Opening Game From Team Baseball Heaven in the BBH Labor Day Tournament

August 29, 2014

 

The 15u East Coast Jays, playing in their last summer tournament, took the opening game from Team Baseball Heaven, 8-4 in the Baseball Heaven Labor Day Tournament.

The Jays were trailing 4-0 after four innings but they were able to put a dent in the deficit by scoring 2 runs in the 5th and 1 run in the 6th.  A key seventh-inning rally gave East Coast the lead for good when they tacked on 5 more runs.

 



15u Jays Cruise Past The Long Island Force

July 23, 2014

 The 15u Jays went up against the Long Island Force on July 23 in the Boys of Summer League.  They jumped to an early 2-0 lead in the first inning and added another in the 3rd.  After leading 3-1 through 6 innings, the Jays added 5 insurance runs in the top of the seventh and secured the win, 8-1.  The Jays pitching staff held the Force to 3 hits.


 


15u Jays Blank Long Island Storm in Both Games of a Double Header

 

On Sunday, the 15u Jays faced the Long Island Storm in a double header at Deer Park High School.

In game 1, the Jays held the Storm to one hit and had 10 hits of their own.  The Jays won the game 10-0.

In game 2, the Jays hot sticks and strong arms helped ensure the sweep of the Storm.  Once again, the Jays shut out the Storm and only allowed 3 hits.  They had 9 hits and scored 6 runs, winning the game 6-0.

The Jays have 7 shut out victories this season over 22 games in the Boys of Summer League.  They improve to 20-2 in league play.


 


14u Jays Split With the Diamond Spikes

 

The Jays split their doubleheader with the Diamond Spikes this weekend at Deer Park High School.  The first game was a pitcher's duel which ended with a score of 2-1 after a walk-off single in the 7th by the Diamond Spikes.

In the second game, the Jays bats came alive and they jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead.  Tied 5-5 in the top of the 7th, the Jays had a clutch sacrifice fly to regain the lead, and they held on for the win with a score of 6-5.


 


15u Coast Jays Hold Garden City Athletics to One Hit

 

It was the third time this season that the 15u Jays faced the Garden City Athletics with each of the teams winning one game in the Boys of Summer League.  The Jays held the Athletics to one hit, over 7 innings, with strong pitching and solid defense.  East Coast took the game 3-0 and won the season series.


 


15u Go Undefeated in the Baseball Heaven All American Invitational but Come Up Short

 

The East Coast Jays 15u team particpated in the Baseball Heaven All American Inviational Tournament and saw some quality competition.

On Saturday the Jays played the Taconic Rangers and defeated them 4-3.  Later on that day they defeated the Hitters Club Hawkeyes , 6-5.

The following morning they faced the Robert Curatolo Rangers, whom they were tied for first place.  Anything short of a win from this game would mean the Jays would not qualify for a playoff spot.  

In a quick solid defensive game, the two teams battled for 7 innings and were tied 2-2.  Even though the two teams had more than a half hour left in time regulation, the tournment rules dictated that no pool games were permitted to play extra innings.  With a final score of 2-2, the Jays came up short of qualifying for playoffs because the Curatolo Rangers were 1 run better in the overall run differential and despite being one of three teams who were undefeated in a tournament of 16 teams.  The Jays finished 2-0-1 overall.


 


14u Jays Travel to Triple Crown Sports in Myrtle Beach

 

The 14U Jays put on a great performance at Triple Crown Sports' "Myrtle Beach Tune Up" the weekend of July 11.  They beat the Batting 1000 Seminoles 6-4, and TCB National 9-2 and earned the #2 seed in the playoffs, but lost to the CT Mission in a very close game that ended with the Jays late comeback being cut short.  The final score was 7-4 vs. the Mission. The Jays finished the tournament with a record of 2-1.


 


East Coast Jays 15u Battle the LI Force In A Game of Lead Changes

 

After an unusual sluggish start by their pitching staff, the East Coast Jays 15u team found themselves trailing the LI Force, 2-0 at Baseball Heaven.  The Jays tied the score in the top of the 3rd inning but the Force responded with a run of their own, leading 4-3.

The Jays went up for good in the fifth inning by scoring five runs to secure the win, 9-4.


 


Jays' 14u Team Defeats Brentwood Braves

 

The 14u Jays offense continued to hit for their second straight win this week against the Brentwood Braves.  The final score was 12-0.

 


 


East Coast Jays 15u Bats Explode In Win Over Garden City Athletics

July 8, 2014

 

The East Coast Jays' 15u team exploded with 13 hits and 13 runs as they defeated the Garden City Athletics 13-1 in a 3 inning game.  The Jays avenged a 4-3 loss to the Athletics last week which happened to be only the 2nd loss for them this season in the Boys of Summer League.

The Jays improved to 16-2 with the win.

 


 


14u Jays Defeat NY Steelheads

July 7, 2014

 

The 14u East Coast Jays defeated the Steelheads for the second time this season at St. Anthony's High School, with a final score of 8-6.  After going down 2 runs in the top of the first, the Jays answered back with 4 of their own and did not stop hitting.  This improves the Jays record to 9-3 on the season in the Boys of Summer League.

 


 


15u Jays Take 2 From Brooklyn Dodgers

 

On July 6, 2014, the Brooklyn Dodgers visited the East Coast Jays at Deer Park High School in a two game series.

 In Game 1, a pitching duel ensued where both pitchers stifled each others' team bats.  The Dodgers took a 1-0 lead in the 4th inning and the 15u Jays knotted up the score in the bottom of the same inning.  The game remained tied after 7 and went into extra innings still tied up, 1-1.  The Jays starting pitcher went 7 1/3 innings, striking out 12 and allowing only 1 run and got solid relief from the bullpen in the top half of the 8th.

In the bottom of the 8th, the Jays would lead off with a single and follow with a walk.  A passed ball set the Jays up for runners on 2nd and 3rd base and no outs.  The batter then hit a deep fly ball to centerfield for a walk off sacrafice RBI.  Jays won, 2-1.

 

In Game 2, the Jays took an early 2-0 lead in the first inning.  They would add another 2 runs in the 4th inning but the Dodgers responded with 2 runs of their own in the bottom of the inning, making the score 4-2.  The Jays continued to stroke the ball and added 3 more runs in the 5th inning and never looked back.  Their opponent tried chipping away but the deficit was too much.  The Jays took the 2nd game, 8-4.

The Jays collected 13 hits and allowed only 2 earned runs.   The 15u Jays improved to 15-2 in the Boys of Summer Baseball League and are currently in 1st place.

 


 


15u Jays Defeat Long Island Astros

 

The 15u East Coast Jays traveled to Dowling College to face the Long Island Astro's on July 2, 2014 in the Boys of Summer League.

The Jays took an early lead in the first inning and never looked back as they defeated the Astros 7-1. 

 


 


15u Jays Take Double Header From North Atlantic Whalers

 

After suffering their first loss of the season this past Thursday, the 15u East Coast Jays rebounded quickly to take both games from the North Atlantic Whalers on June 29, 2014.

In game 1, the Jays exploded for 10 hits and 8 runs while their starting pitcher went the distance allowing 1 run, 4 hits, 1 walk and struck out 8.  The Jays took game 1, 8-1.

In game 2, the Jays got another strong outing from their pitching rotation.  Their starting pitcher threw 7 innings of 3 hit ball, allowing 1 run, 1 walk and struck out 6 while be backed by some good offensive innings.  The Jays would complete the sweep with a 9-1 victory.

The 15u Jays are currently 12-1 and remain in 1st place in the Boys of Summer League.

 


 


14u Jays Improve to 8-2

 

On June 24, the 14u East Coast Jays defeated the Brentwood Braves 21-0.  The Jays have improved to 8-2 on the season.   They are currently in 2nd place out of a 14 team division in in the the "Boys of Summer" league.

 


 


15u Jays Win 10th Straight Game

 

The 15u Jays winning streak was extended to 10 games when they defeated the Long Island Prospects Red, 10-5 on June 25, 2014.  The Jays have occupied first place since June 1st in the "Boys of Summer" National League Division.  They are 10-0 in the division which consists of 16 teams .

 


 


15u Jays Hot Streak Continues

 

The East Coast Jays 15u hot streak continued as they beat the Long Island Prospects Black 4-0 in the "Boys of Summer" league play on June 24, 2014.

The Jays won their 9th straight game as their pitchers continue to shut down their oppositions' offense with their 4th shut-out of the season. 

Once again, great defense and timely hits have also been a key to the 15u Jays' success this season.

 


 


15u Jays Take Two From Next Level Baseball

 

The 15u Jays faced the 15u Next Level Baseball team at Hofstra Stadium on June 21, 2014 in the Boys of Summer League. 

In the first game of the double header, the Jays were trailing 1-0 after the first inning.  The Jays momemtum changed and would lead Next Level 4-1 through majority of the game.  However, in the bottom of the sixth inning, Next Level plugged away and scored 3 runs to tie the score at 4 all.

The Jays would quickly respond with timely hits and agressive base running to score 2 runs in the top of the seventh and go on to secure the win, 6-4.

 

In the second game against Next Level Baseball, both teams played some hard-nosed defensive baseball and both teams' pitchers limited each other to minimal hits throughout the game.  However, the Jays made their hits count and were able to score a run late in the game to take a 1-0 lead.

Next Level would threaten to score in the top of the seventh inning with runners on 2nd and 3rd base.  But, the Jays were able to close the door on Next Level 's chances of scoring and win 1-0.

The 15u Jays team have scored 43 Runs and have only allowed 15 runs over 8 games in the Boys of Summer League this season.  They remain undefeated with an 8-0 record.

 


 


Jays' Players Honored at the 2014 High School Baseball Awards Dinner

 

The Jays' Organization would like to congratulate the following Jay's players who were honored and presented with awards at the 2014 Nassau County High School Awards Dinner:

 

Luke Aprile - (Lynbrook HS)  All County

Brian Boschert - (Oceanside HS) All League

John Condon - (Oceanside HS) All League

Jake Santamaria - (Oceanside HS) All Conference

Malik Todd - (Elmont Memorial HS) All League

 


 


15u Jays Win Their 6th Straight Game the Hard Way

  

The 15u Jays visited the New York Steel Heads at St. Anthony's High School on June 19, 2014.  The Steel Heads took advantage of some of the Jays unlikely errors and jumped to a 3-0 lead in the top of 1st inning.

The Steel Heads added another run in the 4th inning and it looked as if the Jays were about to suffer their first loss of the season.  However, the Jays rebounded defensively and added a run in the 6th inning.

It was in the 7th inning where the Jays took advantage of their first batter being hit by a pitch.  Followed up with some key hits, steals, bunts and patient at-bats, the Jays would tie the score, 4-4.  With 1 out and the bases loaded, the Jays pulled off a squeeze play and walk off to win 5-4.  The 15u Jays are 6-0 in the Boys of Summer League.

 

 


 


14u Jays Continue Thier Winning Ways With An 11-0 Victory

 

The 14u Jays went to Baseball Heaven this Thursday, June 18, 2014 and put on an offensive show all around.  Great pitching held the Port Jefferson Storm to only 1 hit in the 11-0 victory. This brings the team's record to 7-2 in the Boys of Summer League.

 


 


15u Jays Explode with 11 Hits and Throw Another Shutout

 

Enduring the heat, the 15u Jays played some quality baseball on June 17, 2014 against the Long Island Prospects, Team Black in the the Boys of Summer League.  The Jays' starting pitcher threw five shutout innings as the Jays exploded with eleven hits in a 10-0 win in a five inning game.  It was the second straight game that the Jays played the minimum of five innings and did not allow a run.  The Jays improved their record to 5-0 in league play.

 

 



14u Jays Improve Record to 6-2 in League Play

 

The 14u East Coast Jays improved their record to 6-2 in the Boys of Summer League with a 7-4 victory over the New York Steel Heads on June 17, 2014.

 

 


 

 

 


15u East Coast Jays win 4th Straight B.O.S. League Game

The 15u Jays continued their winning ways with some timely offense, solid defense and their pitching staff's strong arms.   The Jays went up against the Long Island Force on June 10, 2014 in the Boys of Summer League and defeated them 10-0.

 

 


 


15U Jays Edge Out the Hitter's Club Hawkeyes 3-2

 

On June 3, 2014 the 15u East Coast Jays played the Hitter's Club Hawkeyes in the Boys of Summer League.  Both teams played some tough defensive baseball with the Hawkeyes taking a 2-0 lead in the early part of the game.  However, the Jays scored a run in the 4th inning and two runs in the 6th to go ahead 3-2.  The Jays starting pitcher, behind some stellar defense, finished the 7th with a 1-2-3 inning to secure the win.

 

 


 

 


14u Jays Overcome 4 Run Deficit to beat the LI Storm

 

The 14u East Coast Jays trailed the Long Island Storm 4-0 after the 1st inning but settled down and overcame the deficit.  The Jays rolled on to win the game 11-6 in the Boys of Summer League on 6/2/2014.

 

 


 


Opening Weekend for the East Coast Jays Teams Results in Sweeps

 

The East Coast Jays teams came out of the gate blazing to start summer ball with 3 double header sweeps.

 

On Saturday, 5/31/14, the 14u Jays swept the Long Island Force 10-6 and 12-3 in the Boys of Summer L,eague.

 

On Sunday, 6/1/2014 the 15u Jays took the both games of the double header against the East Meadow Mustangs winning 6-4 and 2-1 in the Boys of Summer League.

 

Also winniing on Sunday were the 12u Jays, team White, who defeated the NYC Titans 8-5 and 9-1 in the NYCAA League.

 

 


 


 

Jays Player Makes Newsday Headlines - "Deptulski's Single wins it for East Rockaway"

 

15u East Coast Jays Player, Chris Deptulski stepped up to the plate for the East Rockaway HS Varsity team in the bottom of the seventh with 2 outs and a man on second base.  The sophmore hit the game winning line drive single to score the runner from second base and give the Rocks a 1-0 win.

Keep up the hard work and continue to make the Jays proud!

 

 

 


 


The East Coach Jays are proud to announce that several of their 2013 17U Jays players have signed and committed to playing college baseball.  Best of luck and congratulations to:

 

Patrick Broder - (Oceanside HS) St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn

Ryan Mallon (Deer Park HS) University of Bridgeport

Nick Ognibene - (Deeer Park HS) St. Joseph's College, Patchogue

Tom Pallatto - (Oceanside HS) St. Joseph's, Brooklyn

Jake Santamaria - (Oceanside HS) University of Southern Connecticut

Tyler Theiss - (Deer Park HS) University of Bridgeport

 

 

 


 


12u BBH Frank Catalanotto Baseball Classic Champs

Another Tournament Championship for the 12u East Coast Jays

 

The 12u East Coast Jays (team white) took the Frank Catalanotto Baseball Classic Championship with an outstanding performance this weekend at Baseball Heaven.  The Jays went undefeated playing some hard nosed competion.   While battling cold and rain throughout the tournament, the Jays defeated Team Baseball Heaven 11-3,  NYC Sharks 3-0 and the Long Island Junior Ducks Select 7-5 to move onto the championship game against the Long Island Titans.  The Jays secured the championship with a decisive win over the Titans, 9-3.

The 12u Jays (team white) are 16-3 in tournament play.  They have made it to the playoffs in four straight tournaments, made the finals three times while capturing two titles this season as they head into spring league play with NCYAA.

 

 

 


 


 

Congratulations to the 12u East Coast Jays - Team White on going undefeated and winning the 2014 Historic Dodgertown Tournament in Vero Beach, Florida.

 

The East Coast Jays organization is proud to announce that their 12u team white were crowned Champions in the 2014 Historic Dodgertown Tournament in Vero Beach, Florida.

The 12u team white traveled down to Vero Beach, Florida during the winter break to face some tough competition from across North America.  The team, coached by Ryan Gorecki, scored 52 runs over six games while only allowing 22 runs. The team consistantly displayed explosive offense and stellar defense throughout the tournament which enabled them finish with an overall record of 6-0.

On Saturday Feb. 15, the 12u Jays defeated the ASBA - Downingtown, Pa. team 6-4 in their opening game.  In their second game of the day, the Jays also defeated the Northstars of Florida 6-4.

On Sunday Feb. 16, the Jays defeated the Canadian team, Espoir Arvida with an impressive 16-4 score.  Later on, the Jays would continue their torrid offense and beat the Minnesota Millers 11-6 and advance to the semifinals.

On Monday Feb. 17, the Jays continued their winning ways with their pitching aresenal and shut out the Flossmoor, Illinois Firebirds 6-0.  With the win, the Jays secured their place in the championship game against a Florida team, the Treasure Coast Crusaders. 

It was a battle of two talented teams but the Jays stayed tough offensively and defensively.  They defeated the Crusaders 7-4 and captured the Historic Dodgertown Championship!

Well done team!

 

 


 

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Jays Players Named to Long Island's Top 100 Baseball Players
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Ryan Mueller Improves to 4-0
Metz Scores Go Ahead Run for Hewlett High School
Hewlette Goes the Distance as Tavares Provides the Offense for Deer Park HS
Metz Leads Hewlett High School to Victory
McFall & Judd Play Instrumental Role in Oceanside High School's Victory
Lucas Has a Solid Day at the Play in Baldwin's Win
Murphy's Walk-Off 2 RBI Double Wins the Game for Oceanside High School
Another Solid Outing for Mueller
Rodriguez Solid at the Plate
McFall Fan's 12 for Oceanside High School
Silberger Shines on the Mound as Teammate Goes Yard for Hewlett H.S.
Lucas Leads the Baldwin Bruins Past the Port Washington Vikings
D. Judd Guns Down Runners for Oceanside High School
McFall & Murphy Propel Oceanside Sailors To Victory
Mueller's Earns His 2nd Win for Lynbrook HS
Chris Rodriguez Goes Deep
Tavares' Bat Helps Lead Deer Park HS to Victory
Hewlette Goes the Distance for Deer Park High School
Anatra Sparks Half Hollow Hills West's Extra Innings Victory
Deptulski Contributes to East Rockaway's Win over Lawrence
Mueller's Solid Pitching Leads Lynbrook HS to a Victory
Deptulski Shuts the Door on West Hempstead
Vlantis Has A Clutch Save for Great Neck South
2016 High School Tryouts
Napier and Valenti Commit
Rosters & Schedules
17U players training with pros.
16u Jays Finish 4-1 in the Antonia Agostinelli Memorial Baseball Tournament
2015 Fall Tournaments Announced
16u Jays Fall to the Bronx Bomber in Playoff Game
Jays Clinch #1 Seed Against the LI Storm in the Blue Chip Prospects Tournament
16u Come Out On Top of Defensive Battle in Game 3 of Blue Chip Tournament
16u Jays Hold Off Bronx Brewers' Late Push In Game 2 of Blue Chip Tournament
16u Jays Take Opening Game in the Blue Chip Prospects Diamond Nation Tournament
15u Season Ends in The Eemi-Finals After Extra Innings
15u Jays Advance to Semi-Finals In League Playoffs
Plenty of Offense and Solid Pitching Ensure Victory for the 16u Jays
16u Jays Down 17u Team Baseball Heaven
15u Jays Come Up Short In Blue Chip Prospects Tournament
East Coast 16u Bats Come Alive In Victory
15u Jays Make An Impressive Showing in BBH Father's Day Tournament
16u Jays Split Double Header With South Shore Chiefs
16u Jays Play to a Tie in a Defensive Battle With the Huntington A's
16U Come Back Home to Continue Winning Ways
16U Jays Keep Rolling Against Diamond Jacks
16U Jays Bats Come Alive in Diamond Nation, Defeat the Wladyka National
15U Jays Defense Keeps Them Rolling
16U East Coast Jays Survive the Central LI Rams 4-3 With Late-Game Offensive Attack
O'Brien Heads to State Championship
15U Jays Bats Come Alive
15U Jays Win Home opener
O'Brien Heads to Long Island Championship
O'Brien Heads to State Championship
Good Luck to the East Coast Players in the County Championship Games for their High School
Brandon O'Brien Leads Division HS into County Finals
Dylan Judd Plays Big Roll in Oceanside HS Playoff Victory
16u Takes Memeorial Day Weekend Championship
16u Jays, Jake Esposito Contributes to Plainedge HS Playoff Victory
Good Luck to Our Jays Players Who Are in the High School Playoffs
16u Jennings & O'Brien Shine on the Mound for Their High School Teams
16u Deptulski Triples to Tie Game and Sets Up Victory for East Rockaway
16u Jennings Provides Scoreless Relief
11u Jays Come Out Ahead in Pitching Dual
11u Jays' Arms & Sticks Shine in No-Hit Victory
Miranda's Arm and Bat Lead His Team to Victory
O'Brien Delivers Another Solid Outing
16u Jays', D. Judd Pitches 3 Scoreless Innings for Oceanside High School
11u Jays Take Season Opener in the Valley Stream Sandlot Baseball League
16u Jays' Duo, Miranda & Tavares Lead Deer Park HS to Victory
16u Jays', Miranda Has Walk-Off Single for Deer Park HS
16u Jays' O'Brien Shines at the Plate and on the Mound
Mendez of the 16u Jays' Has 3-4 Day with Game Tying RBI
16u Jays' Sophomore, O'Brien Earns First Varsity Win
16u Jays' Miranda Helps Lead Deer Park to Victory
16u Jays' Jennings Makes Newsday
2015 Tournament Schedules Released
15u & 16u Summer Tournaments Posted - Check Site Calendar - 13u to be Posted Soon
Good Luck Jays!
Jays Spend Quality Time with the Plainedge Pride Baseball Challenger Team
15u Jays Come Up Short in a Solid Effort in the Finals of the BBH Labor Day Tournament
15u Battle the Grand Slam Ligers in the Semi-Finals
EC Jays 15u Take First Game of BBH Labor Day Tournament Playoff
15u Jays Pitcher, Dylan Judd, No-Hits the Diamond Spike in the BBH Labor Day Tournament
East Coast Jays 15u Tops Grand Slam Ligers in Back-and-Forth affair, 7-4
15u Jays Take Opening Game From Team Baseball Heaven in the BBH Labor Day Tournament
15u Jays Cruise Past The Long Island Force
15u Jays Blank Long Island Storm in Both Games of a Double Header
14u Jays Split With the Diamond Spikes
15u Coast Jays Hold Garden City Athletics to One Hit
15u Go Undefeated in the Baseball Heaven All American Invitational but Come Up Short
14u Jays Travel to Triple Crown Sports in Myrtle Beach
East Coast Jays 15u Battle the LI Force In A Game of Lead Changes
Jays' 14u Team Defeats Brentwood Braves
East Coast Jays 15u Bats Explode In Win Over Garden City Athletics
14u Jays Defeat NY Steelheads
15u Jays Take 2 From Brooklyn Dodgers
15u Jays Defeat Long Island Astros
15u Jays Take Double Header From North Atlantic Whalers
14u Jays Improve to 8-2
15u Jays Win 10th Straight Game
15u Jays Hot Streak Continues
15u Jays Take Two From Next Level Baseball
Jays' Players Honored at the 2014 High School Baseball Awards Dinner
15u Jays Win Their 6th Straight Game the Hard Way
14u Jays Continue Thier Winning Ways With An 11-0 Victory
15u Jays Explode with 11 Hits and Throw Another Shutout
14u Jays Improve Record to 6-2 in League Play
15u East Coast Jays win 4th Straight B.O.S. League Game
15U Jays Edge Out the Hitter's Club Hawkeyes 3-2
14u Jays Overcome 4 Run Deficit to beat the LI Storm
15U Jay, Chris Deptulski Makes Newsday Headlines
Opening Weekend for the East Coast Jays Teams Results in Sweeps
2013 17U East Coast Jays College Signings
12u BBH Frank Catalanotto Baseball Classic Champs
14u- White 2014 Historic Dodgertown Champions