Middletown Little League History

Once upon a time ...

The Catholic War Veterans claimed their second consecutive city championship defeating Page & Warner two games to one.

Game One was played at Romegalli Field. Brian Biegen shutout Page & Warner 19-0.

Game Two at Snow saw Page & Warner even the series with a 14-6 victory. Travers Therrien went the distance for the win Eric Biegen and Matt Moskey pitched for CWV.

Game Three was at Hubbard Park. Brian Biegen pitched CWV to a 12-7 win and the city championship. Catholic War Veterans was managed by Kenny Robinson while Page & Warner was guided by Dennis Roberts.

Mercy High School in Middletown had a wonderful year, culminating in a Class LL State Softball Championship.

Mercy High School - 1994 Class LL State Champs
Undefeated: 22-0

Front Row(L to R): N. D'Onofrio, A. Sutton, R. Tata, L. Whitty, B. Rossi, K. Pitruzello,
K. Rossi, K. Hygiscian, K. Termine, Coach P. LaBella
Back Row(L to R):Coach D. Lombardo, C. Muirhead, K. Pessina, D. Onofrio, S. Atwell, M. Trigo
Front Center: Sr. Mary McCarthy

Stephen D. Keener becomes the first Little League graduate to be named President of Little League Baseball succeeding Dr. Creighton J. Hale.

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