- GREEN WAVE - 2009 DISTRICT 6 CHAMPS
- GREEN WAVE - 2012 DISTRICT 6 CHAMPS
- 2019 FINAL GREEN WAVE RECORD (17-11-1)
- July 20th - Green Wave 2 Hillcrest 1 (F,15 innings)
- July 20th - Maine Endwell 9 Green Wave 3 (F)
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Oneonta Green Wave
MAINE ENDWELL TOPS GREEN WAVE 9-3 TO WIN 2019 TITLE
Maine Endwell-1700 ended an unbeaten run through the 2019 District 6 Tournament topping the Green Wave on Saturday afternoon at Conlon Field 9-3 in the 2019 title game. The Green Wave had just defeated Hillcrest-1994 earlier in the day in a 15 inning marathon to advance to the title game and needed to defeat Maine Endwell-1700 twice to be crowned district champs. Trailing 1-0 heading to the bottom of the 2nd inning, Maine Endwell tallied 4 runs to take a 4-1 lead and held off the Green Wave extinguishing a few Green Wave opportunities later in the game thanks to some clutch pitching and solid defense as the Green Wave only struck out twice in the setback. The Green Wave jumped to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning on a Caden Clow RBI single but eventually left the bases loaded to end the inning. John Mikolaicyk blasted a solo homer in the top of the 5th inning and finished with a pair of hits in the setback to pace the offsense. Andrew Shapiro collected 3 hits and Chris Champlin chipped in with a pair of hits in a losing cause. The Green Wave finished another very successful season with a (17-11-1) record that inluded a District 6 regular season title, 2nd place finish in District 6 tourney and a 2nd place finish in their 22nd annual Green Wave Classic earlier in the summer.
GREEN WAVE STAY ALIVE WITH MARATHON 2-1 WIN VS HILLCREST
The Green Wave advanced on Saturday on a hot and humid Saturday afternoon with a marathon 2-1 win in 15 innings against Hillcrest-1194 at Conlon Field in the loser's bracket final to gain a berth later in the day in the 2019 District 6 title game vs Maine Endwell-1700. In the 2nd longest game in Green Wave history, John Mikolaicyk ended the game with a bases loaded 1 out single to deep right field scoring Jordan Goble who led off the bottom of the 15th inning reaching base on a Hillcrest error. Tanner Beang then followed Goble with a double off the right field wall and Chris Champlin was then intentionally walked to load up the bases and set up Mikolaicyk's heroics. The Green Wave pounded out 19 hits to only 7 by Hillcrest but left 21 runners on base as Hillcrest denied them from scoring the winning run inning after inning. Sean MacInerney tossed an 8 inning gem on the mound allowing 6 hits, only 1 first inning run which was unearned, walking only 1 and striking out 8 before being removed with 105 pitches. Champlin came in relief and went the rest of the way and dominated Hillcrest in the final 7 innings of work, shutting them out on only 1 hit, walking none and striking out 10. Hillcrest got their only hit off Champlin in the top of the 14th inning a lead off double but a batter later with 1 out their suicide squueze attempt was stymied by Champlin who made a sensational play on the mound diving at full stretch to catch the bunt attempt and doubling up the runner trying to score from third base to keep the game tied at 1-1. Beang led the Green Wave offense with 5 hits in the win, while Mikolaicyk, Caden Clow and Aidan Breakey all finished with 3 hits and Ryan Packard chipped in with a pair of hits. With the win the Green Wave (17-10-1) advanced to the District 6 title game for the 3rd time in the last 4 years facing Maine Endwell-1700.
M-E DOWNS GREEN WAVE 5-0
Maine Endwell-1700 scored a pair of 1st inning runs on 4 successive base hits to lead off the game and went on to shut out the Green Wave 5-0 on Thursday night at Conlon Field in the District 6 winner's bracket final. With the win Maine Endwell advances to the Saturday district title game and the Green Wave (16-10-1) fall to the loser's bracket and will play either Hillcrest-1194 or Endicott-82 on Friday night back at Conlon Field at 7pm in the loser's bracket final. Hillcrest and Endocott will play at 4pm on Friday night to see which advances to play the Green Wave. Tanner Beang and Andrew Shapiro recorded the only hits for the Green Wave as their offense was stymied by the Maine Endwell pitcher who went the distance spinning a 2 hitter walking only 2 and striking out 8.
GREEN WAVE SLIP PAST HOMER 4-0 ADVANCING TO WINNERS BRACKET FINAL
Ryan Packard shut out Homer for 6.2 innings scattering 6 hits, walking only 1 and striking out 6 helping lead the Green Wave to a 4-0 win against Homer-465 on Tuesday night at Conlon Field advancing the Green Wave to the winners bracket final on Wednesday night. After loading the bases in the top of the 7th inning, Packard was relieved by Sean MacInerney who came in a crucial spot striking out the final batter to notch the save and preserve the victory. Andrew Shapiro awakened the silent Green Wave offense as he lined a solo homer to right field leading off the bottom of the 4th inning to break a scoreless tie. Shapiro finished a perfect 3 for 3 on the night leading the offensive attack. In the bottom of the 6th inning with the Green Wave clinging to their slim one run lead, Tanner Russin delivered a clutch RBI double to make it 2-0 and later that inning Tanner Beang added a much needed 2 RBI single making it a more comfortable 4-0 Green Wave lead. Chris Champlin chipped in with a pair of hits as well for the Green Wave. The Green Wave (16-9-1) play Maine Endwell-1700 on Wednesday night at 7pm at Conlon Field in the District 6 Tourney winners bracket championship game.
GREEN WAVE MERCY HARPURSVILLE IN TOURNEY OPENER 16-0
The Green Wave tallied a crooked number in each of their 4 offensive innings and Tanner Beang dominated on the mound in a complete game performance as they coasted to a 16-0 mercy rule win against Harpursville-1596 in their opening game of the 2019 District 6 Tourney on Sunday afternoon at Conlon Field. Beang tossed a 1 hit shutout walking 2 and striking out 7 to raise his record to (3-1) on the season. The Green Wave scored 4 in the bottom of the 1st inning highlighted by RBI base hits from Ryan Packard and Aidan Breakey and then added another 4 spot in the bottom of the 2nd inning as the rout was on it's way. Sean MacInerney had a clutch 2 out 2 RBI base hit to cap off the bottom of the 2nd inning. John Mikolaicyk finalized the offensive eruption with a towering 2 run homer to left field in the bottom of the 4th inning to provide the final 16-0 margin. Beang sparked the offense with a perfect 3 for 3 effort with 3 runs scored, 2 stolen bases and an RBI. Packard also contributed 3 hits including a double with 2 RBI. Mikolaicyk, MacInerney and Caden Clow each finished with a pair of hits and 3 RBI apiece. The Green Wave (15-9-1) next play Tuesday at 4pm back at Conlon Field opposing Homer-465 in a winner's bracket semi-final game. Homer advanced in mercy rule fashion as well with a 13-3, 6 inning victory against Hillcrest-1194.
2019 DISTRICT 6 TOURNAMENT
The 2019 District 6 Tournament is set and will begin on Sunday July 14th and will run all week with the champion being crowned on Saturday July 20th. All games will be played at Conlon Field. All tournament results, schedule and bracket will be displayed in bulletin board section as well. The 8 qualifying teams were seeded 1-8 determined by regular season league records.
SUNDAY JULY 14TH RESULTS
Homer 13 Hillcrest 3 (6 innings)
Green Wave 16 Harpursville 0 (5 innings)
Maine Endwell 6 Bing(1645) 2
Vestal 6 Endicott 2
TUESDAY JULY 16TH RESULTS
Hillcrest forfeit win Harpursville (Harpursville eliminated)
Endicott 10 Bing(1645) 0 (5 innings) (Bing-1645 eliminated)
Green Wave 4 Homer 0
Maine Endwell 4 Vestal 1
THURSDAY JULY 18TH RESULTS
Hillcrest forfeit win Vestal (Vestal eliminated)
Endicott 13 Homer 8 (Homer eliminated)
Maine Endwell 5 Green Wave 0
FRIDAY JULY 19TH RESULTS
Hillcrest forfeit win Endicott (Endicott eliminated)
SATURDAY JULY 20TH SCHEDULE
Green Wave 2 Hillcrest 1 (15 innings) (Hillcrest eliminated)
Maine Endwell 9 Green Wave 3
2019 DISTRICT 6 CHAMPS - Maine Endwell-1700
PACKARD THROWS ONE HIT SHUTOUT IN 12-0 GREEN WAVE WIN
Ryan Packard pitched a 5 inning, 1 hit shutout leading the Green Wave to a 12-0 mercy rule win against Owego-401 on Monday night at Owego Free Academy. Packard walked only 1 and struck out 8 in his 65 pitch gem. The Green Wave erupted early offensively as they put up 10 runs in the top of the 1st inning before Packard even took the mound. John Mikolaicyk began the early onslaught with an RBI double that scored Chris Champlin whom doubled ahead of Mikolaicyk to make it 1-0. Aidan Breakey delivered an RBI single shortly thereafter and Sean MacInerney blasted a 2 RBI double of his own to put the Green Wave ahead 5-0. Tanner Beang continued the 1st inning outbreak with an RBI single as well and Mikolaicyk capped the inning making it 10-0 with a mammoth 3 run homer to left center field. Mikolaicyk finished the night with 3 hits, 2 runs scored and 5 RBI. The Green Wave (14-9-1) and (8-1-1) in league play will oppose Maine Endwell Post 1700 on Thursday night at 6pm at Maine Endwell HS in their final regular season league game of the season.
CLINTON COUNTY DEFEATS GREEN WAVE 8-1
The Clinton County Mariners took advantage of 6 Green Wave errors as they coasted to an 8-1 win on Saturday morning at Conlon Field in the final game for both teams in the 2019 Broome County Hall of Fame Tournament. All 8 runs were unearned as the Green Wave uncharacteristicly played sloppy defense all game long. Starting pitcher, John Mikolaicyk suffered his 1st loss of the season on the hill despite allowing only 1 hit in 4 innings of work as all 8 runs were charged to him but they were all unearned and he finished with 9 strikeouts. The only bright spot was delivered by Seamus Catella as he came off bench to register 2 scoreless innings in relief of Mikolaicyk and had an RBI single in the top of the 7th inning to avert the shutout. Tanner Beang and Caden Clow each doubled in a losing cause. The Green Wave (13-9-1) will next play Owego-401 on Monday night at Owego Free Academy in District 6 league action.
BEANG RETURNS TO HILL LEADING GREEN WAVE TO 4-2 WIN
Tanner Beang returned to the hill making his first start in a month after recovering from injury to pitch the Green Wave to a 4-2 win against Harpursville-1596 on a hot and humid Friday afternoon at Conlon Field in Binghamton. With the win the Green Wave kept their playoff hopes alive in the Broome County Hall of Fame Tournament. The Green Wave (13-8-1) play the Clinton County-20 Mariners at 9am on Saturday at Conlon Field needing a win and some help later in the day to advance to the Sunday semi-final and final rounds. The Green Wave jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st inning as Beang led off the game with a base hit and later scored on a Ryan Packard sacrifice fly. After Harpursville tied the game at 1-1 the Green Wave took the lead for good in the bottom of the 3rd inning as Andrew Shapiro bounced a clutch 2 out 2 RBI single through the middle to make it 3-1. Caden Clow added a much needed cushion RBI sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 5th inning to make it 4-1 and Beang held off pesky Harpursville the rest of the way to notch his 2nd win of season. Beang went the distance in a complete game effort allowing 1 earned run on 5 hits while walking only 2 and striking out 11. Chris Champlin and John Mikolaicyk paced the offense with a pair of hits apiece.
SHRUB OAK SLIPS PAST GREEN WAVE 5-4 IN 9 INNING MARATHON
Shrub Oak-1080 took advantage of 6 costly Green Wave errors en route to a marathon 9 inning 5-4 win on Thursday morning at Conlon Field in the Broome County Hall of Fame Tournament. Shrub Oak trailed 4-2 heading to bottom of the 6th inning but scored a pair of unearned runs to tie it at 4-4. Green Wave starter, Sean MacInerney pitched a terrific game despite the no decision as he went 7+ innings allowing only 1 earned run on 6 hits while walking only 1 and striking out 3. Tanner Russin got the Green Wave on the board 2-0 in the top of the 4th inning with a clutch 2 RBI double. In the top of the 5th inning, Tanner Beang manufactured a run to put the Green Wave on top 3-1 as he led off with a base hit then quickly stole 2nd and 3rd base and scored on a John Mikolaicyk RBI ground out. Shrub Oak responded in the bottom of the 5th inning with a run to make it 3-2 but Beang ripped an RBI single in the top of 6th inning to give Green Wave a 4-2 lead but the Shrub Oak bullpen stymied the Green Wave bats the final 3 innings setting the side down in order the remainder of the game. Beang led the offense with 3 hits and 3 stolen bases and Russin also finished with 2 hits. The Green Wave (12-8-1) play Harpursville-1596 on Friday at 3pm at Conlon Field in tournament action which will also count as a District 6 league game. The Green Wave are (6-1-1) in league play with a week left in regular season and have already clinched a berth in the 2019 District 6 Tournament.
GREEN WAVE COME UP SHORT IN BROOME COUNTY TOURNEY OPENER LOSING TO NEWBURGH 6-5
The Green Wave lost their opener in the 2019 Broome County Hall of Fame Tourney 6-5 to Newburgh-152 on a steamy hot afternoon at Conlon Field in Binghamton. The Green Wave fell behind 4-0 early but battled back with 3 runs in bottom of 3rd inning as Tanner Beang had an RBI double and John Mikolaicyk delivered a 2 RBI double to cut the margin to 4-3. Newburgh responded with single runs in the top of the 4th and 6th innings respectively making it 6-3. In the bottom of the 6th inning, Caden Clow blasted a 2 run homer to cut the deficit to 6-5 but couldn't rally in the bottom of the 7th inning as Newburgh escaped with the win. Andrew Shapiro paced the offensive attack delivering 3 hits while Beang finished with 2 hits and a stolen base. The Green Wave (12-7-1) continue tourney play Thursday morning back at Conlon Field with an early morning 9am game vs Shrub Oak-1080.
GREEN WAVE RALLY LATE TO TIE HOMER 10-10
Trailing 10-4 entering bottom of 7th inning, the Green Wave rallied with 6 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to tie Homer-465 at 10-10 which ended up the final result as darkness settled in after 8 innings with the score remaining tied. The Green Wave grinded out one terrific at bat after another in the 7th inning that included 4 hits, 4 walks and a John Mikolaicyk sacrifice fly capping the inning at 10-10 that scored Cameron Neer. Both teams went scoreless in the 8th inning ending the game in a tie. Tanner Beang paced the offense going a perfect 3 for 3 coming up only a home run short of the cycle with a double, triple and 2 RBI. Mikolaicyk added a pair of hits with 2 triples, 2 sacrifice flies and 2 RBI. With the tie vs Homer the Green Wave clinched a berth in the 2019 District 6 Tournament later this month to be played at Conlon Field. The Green Wave (12-6-1) and (6-1-1) in league action begins play on Wednesday in the 2019 Broome County Hall of Fame Tournament with a 12pm game vs Newburgh-152 Nuclears at Conlon Field in Binghamton.
GREEN WAVE CONTINUE TO ROLL IN SHUT OUT OF JC 14-0
The Green Wave continued their hot hitting and dominant pitching as they mercy ruled Johnson City-1305 on Monday night at JCHS 14-0 in 5 innings. John Mikolaicyk tossed his second consecutive shutout on the hill allowing only 2 hits, 1 walk while striking out 11 in a complete game gem. The Green Wave continued their torrid offensive production as well erupting for 6 runs in the top of the 3rd inning highlighted by a 2 RBI double from Mikolaicyk to lengthen their insurmountable lead to 10-0. Mikolaicyk finished with 3 hits including 2 doubles and 5 RBI on the night. In the top of the 5th inning, Ryan Packard blasted his 3rd homer in as many games and his 6th on the season a 2 run blast to left field to cap the scoring 14-0. Packard also finished with 2 hits in the lopsided win. Andrew Shapiro also chipped in with a pair of hits and 3 RBI. The Green Wave (12-6) play next on Tuesday night at 6pm at OHS Field facing Homer-465.
2019 DISTRICT 6 LEAGUE STANDINGS
District 6 Standings thru games of July 9th
Team total points in ()
1) Green Wave (17) 8-1--1
2) Vestal (16) 8-2
3) Maine Endwell (14) 7-1
4) Hillcrest (12) 6-4
5) Endicott (12) 6-5
6) Homer (11) 5-4-1
7) Bing (1645) (8) 4-5
8) Harpursville (6) 3-6
9) Chenango (6) 3-7
10) Owego (4) 2-6
11) Bing (80) (4) 2-7
12) Johnson City (4) 2-8
* (2) pts for a win
* (1) pt for a tie
* Top 8 qualify for 2019 District 6 Tournament
* Standings and league scores are also updated daily in the Bulletin Board section of web site
2019 BROOME COUNTY HALL OF FAME TOURNAMENT
The Green Wave will be playing in the 2019 Broome County Hall of Fame Tournament next week in Binghamton. The tournament begins on Wednesday July 3rd and runs through the week with semi-finals and championship game slated for Sunday July 7th. All games will be played at Conlon Field in Binghamton. We will depart on Wednesday morning at 9:30am from our meet point and Wednesday we are scheduled to play at 12pm vs the Newburgh-152 Nuclears. After our Wednesday game we will check into our motel (Quality Inn Vestal Parkway - Tournament Motel) and then at 5:30pm all teams have to report back to Conlon Field in uniform for opening ceremonies to be held before the 6pm tournament game. We will be staying 3 nights (Wed, Thu and Fri), if we qualify for Sunday playoff action we will spend Saturday night too. On Thursday night July 4th the team will be traveling to Scranton, PA for a minor league triple A baseball at 7pm at the beautiful stadium of Yankees affiliate the Scranton Wilkes Barre Railriders. It would be greatly appreciated if all players could pay $20 before we depart on Wednesday morning to help minimally with tournament expenses which include a ticket for each player for the Scranton minor league game as we have already got paid reserved tickets for our team to attend the game as a group.
DIVISION I: Oneonta Green Wave, Harpursville-1596, Newburgh-152, Endicott-82, Utica Adrean-625
DIVISION II: Johnson City-1305, Binghanton-1645, Vestal-89, Clinton County-20, Shrub Oak-180
GREEN WAVE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
Wed 12pm vs Newburgh, Thu 9am vs Shrub Oak, Fri 3pm vs Harpursville, Sat TBA vs Clinton County
PACKARD POWERS GREEN WAVE PAST POST 80 AT CONLON
Ryan Packard pitched a complete game 2 hit shutout with 7 strikeouts to lead the Green Wave to a 17-0 mercy rule 5 inning win on a hot Friday night against Binghamton-80 at Conlon Field in Binghamton. Packard was dominant from start to finish tossing his second consecutive shutout, this gem followed up his no hitter last Sunday in the Green Wave Classic against the Clinton County Mariners. Packard also paced the 14 hit offensive attack going a perfect 3 for 3 with 2 runs scored, 3 RBI which included a mammoth 2 run homer in the 3rd inning that put the Green Wave ahead 11-0 after 3 innings. John Mikolaicyk added 2 hits, 2 runs scored and 2 RBI in the lopsided win. All in all ten Green Wave hitters recorded base hits in the win. The Green Wave (11-6) next play Monday July 1st at 6pm at Johnson City HS vs Johnson City-1305.
GREEN WAVE POUND ENDICOTT AT HOME 19-1
The Green Wave erupted for 13 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning and coasted past Endicott-82 on Wednesday night at OHS Field 19-1 in 5 innings as game ended due to the mercy rule. All 13 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning were scored after 2 were out highlighted by a 2 RBI double from Aidan Breakey and a 2 RBI single from Tanner Russin. They also benefited from 7 opening inning walks issued by a pair of Endicott pitchers. Cameron Neer paced the offense with a pair of hits, 3 runs scored, an RBI, 2 walks and a stolen base. Sean MacInerney earned the complete game win on the mound as he allowed only 1 run which was earned, 4 hits, walked only 1 and struck out 4. The Green Wave (10-6) and (4-1 in league) will play next on Friday night at 6pm at Conlon Field vs Binghamton-80.
MIKOLAICYK NOTCHES 4TH WIN OF SEASON WITH 1 HIT SHUTOUT
John Mikolaicyk was dominating on the mound Tuesday night at Norwich HS notching his 4th win of season leading the Green Wave to a 10-0 mercy rule shortened victory as he fired a 1 hitter, walking none and striking out 12 in 5 innings of work. Mikolaicyk was dominant from start to finish with his overpowering fastball. He also chipped in with a pair of hits to help pace the offense. Aidan Breakey and Tanner Russin also each finished with a pair of hits energizing the Green Wave attack with clutch hitting and baserunning. Ryan Packard also finished with a pair of hits and polished off the opponents with a mammoth 3 run homer in the 4th inning to put the Green Wave ahead 9-0. In the 5th inning they reached the mercy rule minimum to make it 10-0 as Cole Platt delivered a line drive opposite field double in a pinch hitting role and was driven home by a Breakey RBI single to left field. The Green Wave (9-6) play Endicott-82 on Wednesday night at OHS Field.
PACKARD THROWS NO-HITTER IN SEMI BUT GREEN WAVE LOSE TITLE GAME TO TITANS 9-4
The Montreal Titans defended their crown winning the title game in the 2019 Green Wave Wood Bat Classic by a score of 9-4 on Sunday afternoon against the Green Wave at OHS Field. Trailing 4-3 the Titans plated 6 runs in the bottom of the 4th inning and held on to oust the Green Wave. The Green Wave jumped out in the top of the 1st inning as Caden Clow had a 2 run triple. Clow also added a sacrifice fly in the top of the 3rd inning to finish with 3 RBI. Chris Champlin tallied 3 hits in a losing cause for the Green Wave. In the early morning semi-final game, Ryan Packard tossed a dominating no hitter versus the Clinton County Mariners in a 5-0 win. Packard struck out 10 and walked only 1 as he faced only 2 batters over the minimum. Andrew Shapiro finished with 2 hits and 2 RBI in the win as the Green Wave only managed 4 hits versus the Mariners. The Green Wave (8-6) will next play on Tuesday night at 6pm at Norwich HS vs the Chenango Hell Cats in District 6 league action.
GREEN WAVE WIN A PAIR ADVANCE TO SUNDAY CLASSIC SEMI FINALS
Seamus Catella and Caden Clow each notched wins on the mound on a sunny Saturday afternoon at OHS Field helping lead the Green Wave to a pair of wins to advance to the 2019 Green Wave Classic semi final game back at OHS. In the opener, Catella tossed 4 innings as the Green Wave routed Corning-746 in 5 innings 17-6. The Green Wave benefitted in large part due to 15 walks issued from Corning pitchers. Aidan Breakey led the offense with a pair of hits and 3 runs scored. Clow added 2 runs and 2 RBI in the blowout win. In the nightcap, Clow earned his first win of the season as he pitched a 5 hit shutout in a complete game performance as the Green Wave defeated the Brockville Bunnies from Canada 6-0. The Green Wave jumped to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning as Breakey laced an RBI base hit to center scoring John Mikolaicyk who tripled to lead off the game for the Green Wave. Breakey finished with a pair of hits in the nightcap as well to lead the offense and Clow went a perfect 3 for 3 with a home run. Sean MacInerney also finished with 2 hits which included a home run the first of his career. The Green Wave (7-5) will play the Clinton County Mariners on Sunday morning at 10am back at OHS Field in the 2019 Green Wave semi final game #1, while at 12:30pm the defending classic champs from 2018 the Montreal Titans will play the Brockville Bunnies in semi final game #2. The semi final game winners will play for the 2019 title at 3pm at OHS Field.
GREEN WAVE DROP OPENER IN CLASSIC 4-3
Clinton County tallied a run in the top of the 7th inning to break a tie and held off the Green Wave in the bottom of the inning to secure a 4-3 win on Friday night at Damaschke Field in the 2019 Green Wave Classic. Trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the 3rd inning Cam Neer tied the game scoring on an errant throw by the catcher attempting to throw out Aidan Breakey successful steal of 2nd base in a 1st and 3rd running situation. Caden Clow and Tanner Russin delivered RBI base hits later in the inning to give the Green Wave a 3-1 lead. However, Clinton County tied the game at 3-3 in the top of the 5th inning and scored the winning run in the top of the 7th inning. The Green Wave (5-5) play a pair of tourney games on Saturday at OHS Field against Corning Gray at 10am and the Brockville Bunnies at 4pm.
MIKOLAICYK LEADS GREEN WAVE TO 4-2 WIN AT HOME
The Green Wave ended their 3 game losing skid as John Mikolaicyk led the offense and tossed a complete game performance on the mound at OHS Field in a 4-2 league win vs Binghamton-1645. On the mound, Mikolaicyk raised his record to 3-0 on the season as he allowed only 3 hits while walking 2 and striking out 10 as he dominated the visitors with his usual power fastball and had total command all night long of the zone and all his pitches. Binghamton averted the shutout as they scored a pair of runs with 2 outs in the 7th inning on a 2 RBI double. The Green Wave jumped out in the 1st inning as Tanner Beang and Aidan Breakey led off with consecutive singles and Beang scored on a Mikolaicyk sacrifice fly. In the 3rd inning Mikolaicyk delivered an RBI double to make it 2-0. In the bottom of the 6th inning Caden Clow blasted a clutch 2 run homer to left center field to give Mikolaicyk a comfortable 4-0 cushion. The Green Wave (5-4) will host their 22nd annual Green Wave Wood Bat Classic this upcoming weekend of June 21-23. They open tourney play on Friday night at 8pm at Damaschke Field vs the Clinton County Mariners.
VESTAL OUTLASTS GREEN WAVE IN EXTRA INNINGS
In a rematch of the 2018 District 6 title, Vestal defeated the Green Wave on Tuesday night at OHS Field 10-5 in a hard fought game in 8 innings. Vestal broke a 5-5 tie with 5 runs in top of 8th inning highlighted by a grand slam from Adam Carr. The Green Wave fought back from a 5-1 deficit late as John Mikolaicyk blasted a pair of homers in each of the 5th and 6th innings. His 2 run blast in the bottom of the 6th inning tied the game at 5-5. The Green Wave (4-4) will host Binghamton Post 1645 on Wednesday night at 6pm back at OHS Field.
22ND ANNUAL 2019 "GREEN WAVE CLASSIC"
2019 GREEN WAVE WOOD BAT CLASSIC (22nd Annual) sponsored by 6th Ward Athletic Club
GREEN DIVISION: 1-Oneonta Green Wave, 2-Corning Gray (746), 3-Brockville Bunnies (ONT)
GOLD DIVISION: 4-Clinton County Mariners, 5-Montreal Titans (QBC), 6-Harpursville (1596)
FRIDAY JUNE 21ST RESULTS
Montreal 10 Corning 0 (5 innings)
Brockville 6 Harpursville 0
Clinton County 4 Green Wave 3
SATURDAY JUNE 22ND RESULTS
Green Wave 17 Corning 6 (5 innings)
Montreal 8 Harpursville 3
Brockville 15 Corning 0 (5 innings)
Montreal 2 Clinton County 0
Green Wave 6 Brockville 0
Clinton County 5 Harpursville 1
SUNDAY JUNE 23RD
10am Consolation Game - Corning vs Harpursville @Field #6
10am Semi Final Game 1 - Green Wave 5 Clinton County 0
12:30pm Semi Final Game 2 - Montreal 8 Brockville 5
3pm 2019 Championship Game - Montreal 9 Green Wave 4
2019 CHAMPS - Montreal Titans
GREEEN WAVE LOSE PAIR SUNDAY FINISH 2-2 IN VERMONT
The Schenectady Indians jumped out to an early 3-0 lead after 2 innings and held on to defeat the Green Wave 4-1 on Sunday morning to earn a berth in the Vermont POC Tourney title game later that afternoon vs the Montreal Titans at Champlain Valley Union HS. The Titans went on to win the title game defeating the Indians 6-3. John Mikolaicyk led the Green Wave offense in the setback with a 2 for 2 effort that included 2 doubles. Tanner Russin threw 4 solid innings in relief to keep the Green Wave within striking distance allowing only 1 run on 2 hits while walking none and striking out 3 Indians. The Green Wave lost the Vermont POC 3rd Place Game later that afternoon to Essex-VT Post 91 by a score of 13-3 at Essex HS finishing the tournament with a 2-2 record. In the 3rd Place Game, Ryan Packard got the Green Wave on the board first with a 2 run homer in the top of the 1st inning that scored Aidan Breakey whom singled ahead of the Packard blast. However, the Green Wave bats were kept relatively silent from thereafter as Essex-VT slowly pulled away for the victory. Packard and Chris Champlin each recorded a pair of hits to lead the offense. The Green Wave (4-3) return to District 6 league play Tuesday with a 6pm game vs Vestal-89 at OHS Field in a rematch of the 2018 District 6 title game that Vestal-89 won.
GREEN WAVE WIN PAIR IN VERMONT ON SATURDAY
The Green Wave won both tourney games on Saturday in the Vermont POC Tourney in Hinesburg, VT. They beat the host team, SDI Hinesburg, in walk off fashion in the opener 2-1 as pinch hitter, Carter Neer drew a bases loaded walk with no outs in the bottom of the 7th inning. Caden Clow had an RBI double in the 4th inning to knot the game at 1-1. Andrew Shapiro went 2 for 2 to pace the offense which included a lead off double in the bottom of the 7th inning to start the winning rally. Seamus Catella making his Green Wave debut pitched 5 sparkling shutout innings in relief allowing only a pair of hits to notch the win on the mound. In the nightcap the Green Wave trounced Montpelier-VT 10-1 with Jordan Goble leading the offensive attack with a pair of hits and an RBI. Sean MacInerney blasted an RBI triple in the top of the 2nd inning and Goble capped the inning scoring MacInerney with an RBI single to give the Green Wave a 3-1 lead that they would never relinquish. John Mikolaicyk earned the win on the mound tossing 4 innings without allowing a walk and striking out 4. Cole Platt came in relief to toss the final 3 scoreless innings in relief in his Green Wave debut allowing only one hit while striking out 3. The Green Wave (4-1) will play the Schenectady Indians at 9am Sunday back at CVU High School with a berth in the 12pm Vermont POC Tourney title game at stake. The loser will play at 12pm in the 3rd Place Game at Essex High School.
VERMONT POC TOURNEY SCHEDULE SET
SCHEDULE FOR VERMONT POC TOURNEY (June 14-16)
GREEN WAVE SCHEDULE
SAT JUNE 15 (9am vs SDI Hinesburg-VT) (2pm vs Montpelier-VT) SUN JUNE 16 (9am vs Schenectady-NY) (2pm Title Game)
All games at Champlain Valley Union HS in Hinesburg, VT
We will be leaving Friday June 14th after school.
GREEN WAVE SPLIT TWINBILL WITH UTICA-229 ON SATURDAY
The Green Wave opened their home slate this season on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at OHS Field gaining a split in a non league doubleheader with Utica-229 winning the first game 9-4 behind a homer each from Ryan Packard, Teddy McGraw and Caden Clow. However Utica-229 rallied late in the nightcap to eatn an 11-8 win. In the opener, the Green Wave quickly erased a 2-0 deficit in the bottom of the 1st inning as Packard capped the inning with a 2 run blast putting the Green Wave ahead 4-2. McGraw started the early rally with a leadoff base hit and after a stolen base scored on an Aidan Breakey RBI double. John Mikolaicyk followed with an RBI double of his own scoring Breakey and Packard followed with his 1st homer of the season. In the bottom of the 2nd inning, McGraw blasted his 2 run homer lengthen the lead to 6-2 and Clow led off the 3rd inning with his line drive shot to left field. McGraw and Breakey each finished with a pair of hits and pair of RBI in the opening game win. Mikolaicyk notched the win on the mound tossing 6.1 innings of 3 hit ball allowing no earned runs while striking out 13. In the nightcap, the Green Wave erased a 6-2 deficit plating 6 runs in the top of the 6th inning highligthed by a 2 run triple from Mikolaicyk and another 2 run homer from Packard to give the Green Wave an 8-6 lead. Utica-229 though responded scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to rally for an 11-8 win. Mikolaick, Packard and Andrew Shapiro each delivered a pair of hits to pace the offense in the setback. The Green Wave (2-1) next play on Thursday night at 6pm at OHS Field in a District 6 league matchup vs Harpursville-1596.
PLAYER FEE AND PROGRAM DONATION DEADLINE
With the 22nd annual 2019 Green Wave Classic scheduled 3 weeks earlier this year the weekend of June 21-23 the deadline for the $150 player fee / program booklet donations is Thursday June 13th. Any check is to be made out to: ONEONTA LEGION BASEBALL
BEANG THROWS 1 HIT SHUTOUT IN 3-0 WIN VS HILLCREST IN 2019 OPENER
Tanner Beang fired a 1 hit, complete game shutout blanking Hillcrest-1194 on Thursday night at CVCS in the 2019 opener leading the Green Wave to a 3-0 win. Beang was dominant from start to finish walking only 1 and striking out 10 opposing batters. Beang also paced the offense with a pair of hits, a pair of runs scored which included a double and stolen base. John Mikolaicyk also delivered for the Green Wave as he stroked a pair of hits as well and drove in all 3 runs. In the top of the 3rd inning, Mikolaicyk ripped a clutch 2 out, 2 RBI base hit to give Beang all the support he would need and a 2-0 lead. In the top of the 5th inning, Mikolaicyk gave the Green Wave a cushion run with another RBI base hit scoring Beang again whom laced a double to lead off the top of the 5th inning. The Green Wave (1-0) will host Utica-229 on Saturday at 12pm at OHS Field in a non league doubleheader with the second game starting approximately 30 minutes after completion of the opener of the twinbill.
GREEN WAVE OPEN 2019 SEASON THURSDAY AT HILLCREST
The boys of summer are back as the 2019 Green Wave now open their season on Thursday night at 6pm at Chenango Valley HS vs Hillcrest-1194 after the Wednesday night home opener vs Binghamton-1645 was rained out. The league game vs Binghamton-1645 has been rescheduled for Wednesday June 19th at OHS. Two teams have canceled their 2019 seasons because of lack of players (Sherburne and Whitney Point) so games versus those two teams have been canceled from the initial schedule. The Green Wave look to return to the 2019 District 6 title game later this summer in pursuit of the District 6 title and berth in state tournament. The Green Wave finished their very successful 2018 season with a 29-13 record but lost the District 6 title game to Vestal-89. This summer they return their entire talented pitching staff with a stellar 5 man starting rotation that includes 5 year veterans whom both pitched significant innings in college this past spring as freshman, Tanner Beang and John Mikolaicyk, college returnee, Sean MacInerney and 2 of the top hurlers from Section 4 in high school ball this past spring, Ryan Packard and Teddy McGraw. They also return their starting catcher, Cameron Neer, who does a terrific job handling the hard throwing pitching staff. The offensive lineup should be very solid as well from top to bottom with Beang leading off and McGraw batting behind him they pose a dynamic 1-2 threat at the top of the order as they've done their entire careers that opponents have a hard time containing. Mikolaicyk, Packard, Caden Clow and Andrew Shapiro are all returning power driven threats in the middle of lineup providing dangerous run producing capabilities. Defensively, the Green Wave have many players that are extremely versatile able to play multiple positions all over the diamond such as newcomers, Aidan Breakey whom can play infield and outfield and had a solid season offensively at the plate this past high school season and Chris Champlin whom can catch, play infield and will see some action on the mound as well.
2019 GREEN WAVE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
The 2019 Green Wave will be particiapting in 3 tournaments this upcoming summer.
JUNE 14-16 VERMONT PUNCH OUT CANCER TOURNEY
More details and schedule will be released soon regarding our 2nd consecutive year visiting Vermont
JUNE 21-23 6TH WARD A.C. GREEN WAVE CLASSIC (hosting)
More details and schedule will be released soon regarding our prestigious classic here in Oneonta
JULY 3-7 BINGHAMTON HALL OF FAME TOURNEY
Wed July 3rd vs Newburgh-152 / Thu July 4th vs Shrub Oak-1080 / Fri July 5th vs Harpursville / Sat July 6th vs Clinton County Mariners