Portland Napa
     Bottom Row (L-R) Danny McAlear, Liam Wolfram, Shawn Marino, Tylor McDonald, Vincent Raffino, Joey Jenecaro.
     Second Row (L-R) Kyle Lohmar, Mathew McAlear, Peter Horton, Matt Monahan, Michael Mcquire, Brett Aletta.
     Coaches (L-R) Tom Johnson, David Wolfram, Tom Pellerin, Paul Horton.

Major League Baseball Final Standings  

Team W L   Team W L
Portland NAPA
Exchange Club
Page & Warner
Frank & Gloria's
  Catholic War Vets
Kiwanis Club
Puorro Electric
Westfield Fire

Major League Baseball Playoffs  

Portland NAPA wins city championship

By L.M. McCUSKER , Middletown Press Assistant Sports Editor 06/23/2004

MIDDLETOWN -- Portland NAPA was crowned the Middletown Little League champion Tuesday night, as the team blanked Middletown Rotary Club, 5-0, at Hubbard Park.

The game was a quick one, with six innings played in just over an hour. A match needs some good pitching to be that brief, and Tuesday’s championship had it. Mike Calnan took the mound for Rotary, and worked fast, giving up eight hits while walking just one and striking out four. NAPA’s Peter Horton was even more efficient, tossing a one-hitter, walking one and fanning 10.

"Baseball is what he lives for. He was all pumped up to do something extra special tonight," said NAPA head coach Paul Horton of his son, who got the win. "Nobody works harder at their game than Pete. He just loves it."

"Their pitcher pitched a great game, but I thought Mike did equally well. He gave up only two earned runs," said Rotary’s Dana Wilson. "This could’ve easily been a 0-0 game going into the sixth."

Horton started strong, striking out the side in order in the top of the first. He’d go on to face just three batters in each of the third, fifth and sixth. He issued his only free pass in the second, as Timmy Kraner worked out a walk after Horton had retired the previous two batters on just four pitches. The no-hitter was broken up in the fourth, with Matt Ayala clubbing a lead-off single to right. Horton also made good on all his fielding chances, handling a line-drive, pop-up and grounder.

Rotary got itself in trouble with a couple of errors in the first, which resulted in two Portland runs. Kyle Lohmar’s bunt was bobbled, allowing him to reach base, followed by another miscue on Horton’s grounder. Each runner stole second, with Lohmar scoring on Brett Aletta’s pop-up and Horton coming home on Matt Monahan’s fly to center. The fly ball was deep enough to score the run, but it was played cleanly by Rotary’s Tyler Cardi, who went 3-for-3 in his chances in center field.

As well as pitching a fine game, Horton was also big at the plate, going 2-for-3. In the second, he helped NAPA add on another run, as Michael McGuire singled, and got to third on Lohmar’s double. Horton singled to bring in McGuire.

Portland got its last two runs in the third, aided by another error. Lead-off batter Monahan reached on a dropped ball, then hustled home on Matt McAlear’s double to deep center, a shot that just missed clearing the fence. McAlear scored on Tyler McDonald’s single.

The last two frames were the briefest of the night. While Horton went 1-2-3 in both frames, Calnan faced just four batters in each. The Rotary pitcher got the outs in every way possible, on strikeouts, pop-ups, fly balls and grounders. He allowed just one hit to his last eight batters, a double by Horton, who was left at second.

The game finished up a season in which Rotary went 11-9, and took the O’Rourke Division championship.

"I’m very happy with the progress we made. Every kid got better with every game," said Wilson. "We learned a lot, had fun and enjoyed a successful season."

The coach pointed out in particular the contributions of his 12-year-olds, Lamar Jones, Calnan, Ryan Tracey, Joey Lentini and Trevor Johnson.

"Those guys played hard all year," said Wilson. "I wish them the best of luck as they move on to the next level. I’ll miss them next year."

Portland finished at 17-3, taking the Moose Division and league championships.

"It’s been a wonderful thing to see these kids work hard and have the success they had. This is a funny group; they never get uptight," said coach Horton. "They played loose and had fun the whole way."

With the regular season completed, it’s time for All-Star play to begin. All-Stars gets underway on July 3.

NAPA hits way to Moose title

By L.M. McCUSKER , Middletown Press Assistant Sports Editor 06/19/2004

MIDDLETOWN -- When a team is hitting the way Portland NAPA did on Friday, they’re mighty tough to beat.

NAPA pounded out 11 hits, four for extra bases, as Portland won its Moose League championship match over Page & Warner, 10-0, at Hubbard Park.

The middle of the NAPA line-up was particularly dangerous. The two, three and four hitters, Pete Horton, Brett Aletta and Matt Monihan, combined to go 8-for-10 with five RBI. Aletta, who was a perfect 3-for-3, lacked only a home run to complete the cycle. Monihan hit a homer.

"We had a good night at the plate," said Portland coach Paul Horton, in a bit of an understatement. "When these kids are ‘on’, they just roll."

"Their big kids killed us," said Page & Warner coach Sal Santangelo, referring to Horton, Aletta, and Monihan. "We would’ve had more of a chance if we’d just walked them all."

NAPA got going right away, with three runs in the first inning. The ‘big kids’ left no doubt as to whether they were ‘on’ or not, as Horton clubbed a one-out double, scoring easily on Aletta’s triple to center. Monihan followed by sending the ball over the fence in left center, for a two-run homer.

"Monihan opened the game up fast and gave us confidence that we could take off and not look back. It was our breathe-easy moment," said Horton. "When our top of the order is up, we have real confidence. It’s a nice feeling."

The victors had their biggest inning in the third, sending 11 batters to the plate and scoring five times. Horton and Aletta set the table with a single and double, while Matt McAlear brought home a run with a fielder’s choice. NAPA also benefitted from two errors in the frame and three walks, two of them with the bases loaded.

McAlear was the first of two pitchers for Portland, and had little trouble through four innings. He gave up one hit, a single to Brian Santangelo to lead off the second. Santangelo advanced on a walk to Joe Goianges, the only free pass Page & Warner would get. The two runners pulled off a successful double steal, but were left at second and third, as McAlear then struck out two and induced a 4-3 ground out to end the inning. The pitcher went on to set down the side in order in the third and fourth.

Aletta came in from shortstop to toss the last two frames, with McAlear taking over the catching duties. Aletta was also impressive, giving up one hit, a single to Jason Woods, but never allowing a runner past first base.

"Our pitchers were on their game tonight and did a wonderful job," said Horton. "McAlear gave us four strong innings then went behind the plate and caught, and was solid there, too. I’m delighted with his effort."

NAPA tacked on its last two runs in its final at-bat. Kyle Lohmar got it going by leading off with a single and stealing second. Horton followed with a single and scored on a wild pitch, while Lohmar came home on Aletta’s single.

The loss signaled the end of the season for Page & Warner, though it was a successful one. The team, seeded third, got to the Moose finals by beating second-seed Exchange Club on Tuesday, 4-1.

"We played our ‘A’ game on Tuesday and our inconsistency showed up tonight and we just didn’t have our bats," said Santangelo. "But it was nice to get to the finals."

For NAPA, breaking the game open early was key to the win.

"It’s amazing what we can do when the front of our line-up gets going. It sets everyone at ease and gives us a feeling of confidence," said Horton. "A big first inning is always a nice boost, and we got it tonight."

With the victory, NAPA moves on to play for the Middletown Little League championship against Rotary at Hubbard on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

     Bottom Row (L-R)  Chris Danko, Michael Calnan, Joey Lentini, Tyler Cardi, Gino Cardella
     Second Row (L-R) Jordan Timbro, Ryan Tracey, Matt Lentini, Matt Ayala
     Coaches (L-R) Michael Cardi, Dana Wilson, Gary Calnan

Rotary wins O'Rourke title

By SEAN P. REILLY , Middletown Press Sports Writer 06/19/2004

MIDDLETOWN -- Timmy Kraner picked a fine time to show the Rotary coaching staff what his arm was made of. The Little Leaguer, sent to the hill in the O’Rourke-Kidney Middletown championship game Friday night by coach Dana Wilson, completely dominated the opposing batters from Puorro Electric over six innings and won the title 7-3 at Hubbard Park.

"That’s the first time he (Kraner) has ever pitched a complete game," Wilson said. "The entire coaching staff is very proud of him. He’s probably only pitched a total of 10 innings all season and he goes out as a 10-year-old and does this. Incredible."

Rotary, the second seed in the tournament with a 9-8 regular season record, had previously defeated Kiwanas on Tuesday night to advance to the title game. Fourth-seeded Puorro Electric finished the year 6-13.

The home Rotary club wasted no time in getting a four-run lead in its half of the first inning. Shortstop Mike Calnan, son of assistant coach Gary, walked to lead of. He promptly stole second and third and was driven in, along with rightfielder Chris Danko, when catcher Jordan Timbro ripped a single to centerfield. Puorro starter Randall Hunter proceeded to walk his third batter of the inning and brought up the seventh man in the frame, third bagger Ryan Tracey, who took a Hunter fastball deep over the head of the defense and drove in the third and fourth run.

"Our top three hitters this year have been Timbro, Calnan and first baseman Lamar Jones," Wilson stated. "We aren’t afraid to hit the ball, but we won today with great defense and pitching."

Puorro got one back in the top of the second on a pass ball advance of home by catcher Vincent Quintilano. Quintilano led his squad in the offensive department, knocking two and attaining a walk for a 2-for-2 day.

Calnan tripled in the bottom of the frame and was driven in by Timbro, who grounded into a fielder’s choice.

Timbro, easily the hitting star for the champs, took a two-two fastball from Puorro reliever Patrick Reynolds 220 feet over the centerfield fence to extend the lead to an insurmountable 7-3 mark.

In the top of the fifth, the visitors attempted to get back into the contest with back-to-back singles from Timothy Meskill and Hunter. The vacuum defense however of Rotary took care of the threat with two quick outs.

With the win, Rotary will now play for the Mayor’s Cup on Tuesday night against the winner of the Moose Majors, Portland NAPA, who demolished Page & Warner 10-0 in the night’s other game.

"I can’t say enough about how great these kids played tonight," Wilson said. "We have one more win to go."

     High View
     Bottom Row (L-R) Nick Curello, Justin Peirce, Christian Outlaw, Shane Wickham, Heric Flores-Huerta.
     Second Row (L-R) Justin Folsom, Matt Demelis, Max Dellagrotte, Josh Arabas, Andrew Murrone
     Coaches (L-R) Mgr Tom Wickham, Coach Gordon Folsom, Coach Peter Dellagrotte

Minor League Baseball Playoffs  

Champions honored

By L.M. McCUSKER , Middletown Press Assistant Sports Editor 07/14/2004

MIDDLETOWN -- The Middletown Moose Minors Little League championship team got together for one last time on Tuesday.

This time it was at a barbecue to celebrate their title along with their sponsor, parents and friends. The team was sponsored by Middletown’s High View Health Care Center, which contributed to help buy uniforms and supplies. But High View gave more than just money; it gave the team backing in the form of residents who were more than happy to root for the young players.

High View is in its sixth year of sponsoring Little League teams. According to administrator Frank Fiore, it’s an idea that those who stay at the center came up with which has turned out to be a big success.

"It’s something the residents thought of to interact with the children of the community. They came up with the idea, and I made a couple of phone calls," Fiore said. "Our residents love to have children, animals, and life around them. I brought a few of them out to a game this year. They live in the community too, and it makes them feel a part of it."

The residents at High View run the gamut from short to long term, with many recovering until they are well enough to leave. About 45 percent of those admitted return home.

Until they do, following the team has been a nice diversion the past few weeks. The Moose Minors kept improving this year, and finished with a 12-5 record. In the championship match, they beat Brainard Elliot Insurance, 6-1, for the title. In that game, pitcher Matt DeMelis went the distance for the win, striking out 13 batters along the way. He also helped himself out at the plate, hitting an inside-the-park home run and driving in two runs.

It was rewarding for manager Tom Wickham to see how well his team performed in that championship game. He and his coaches took the time to teach the players the basics, and they showed they had been listening.

"They (Brainard) scored a run in the first inning, then Matt shut them down. He pitched like a champion," said Wickham. "Christian Outlaw made a great run-saving catch in right field, he caught and held onto the ball just like he’d been taught. And catcher Justin Folsom made a textbook catch of a foul pop, locating the ball and throwing his mask to the side before making the catch.

"It’s fun to coach when you see the players using the things they learned. We taught them the basics, and they knew what to do. These kids wanted to be champions in the worst way."

Along with improving their game, Wickham also thought it important to teach his players things besides baseball.

"We try to keep the kids involved with many things in the summer," he said. "If it’s a rainy night and we can’t practice, sometimes we’ll come here."

And sometimes, the fans at High View will come to them. Fiore took some of them out to a game at Hubbard Park a couple of weeks ago, and it was rewarding for both players and spectators.

"I wore my special fishing hat to the game, and they won," said resident Delia Potter. "I like watching the young kids play."

"It’s fun to watch the kids," agreed Walter Koba, who also attended. "Seeing them makes me wish I had a little one."

"We wanted to come here to have the barbecue because without them, we wouldn’t have a team," said Wickham, who added that the league depends largely on donations from places like High View, and others who donate time and money. "People don’t realize the amount of money it takes to run a team. We need parents to take an interest and help out. Without volunteers, no Little League."

The kids and their fans at High View got together on Tuesday to cap off the season with a barbecue and awards ceremony.

The residents could talk to their favorite players, and see them receive trophies. Each player got a trophy and a certificate acknowledging his participation on the championship team.

The only thing that didn’t cooperate on Tuesday was the weather, which was rainy and on the chilly side. That, however, did little to dampen the spirits of those who attended, who moved the festivities indoors.

"The residents like to talk to the kids and enjoy having them around," said Wickham. "And the kids love it. It’s a nice end to a fun season."

     Brainard Insurance
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     Second Row (L-R)

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     Bottom Row (L-R)
     Second Row (L-R)

Major League Softball Final Standings  

Team W L
Dr. Pat's
Mallove's Jewelers
Judge Marino's

Major League Softball Playoffs  

Emanuels wins city softball title

By SEAN P. REILLY , Middletown Press Sports Writer 06/19/2004

MIDDLETOWN -- If the overall play of both squads in Friday night’s Middletown Majors Softball Championship was any indication, the town may just have a high school softball title or two in its future.

Emanuels and Dr. Pats got together at Pat Kidney Field amid a massive crowd and played one of the more exciting games in recent memory with Emanuels scoring three times in the last half of the sixth inning to pull out the victory, 14-13.

"(Dr. Pat’s coach) Bob (Dorflinger) was going for a three-peat tonight," Emanuels coach Dale Pieta stated. "It’s a real honor to beat a coach of his caliber. What an exciting game."

With Emanuals leading 10-6 in the top of the fifth, Dr. Pats exploded for five runs. Third baseman Taylor Bartolotta drove a ball down the right field line for a two-run homer that inched the visitors to within two at 10-8. Catcher Mallory Dorflinger, two outs later, proceededto drive home the tying run with a single to left/center field. A pass ball off the glove of Emanuels catcher Kelly Feodorov put Dorflinger’s club ahead 11-10.

After Dr. Pats knocked in two insurance runs in the top of the sixth, Emanuels had its collective backs against the wall in its final three outs of the season. The club didn’t feel the pressure and most certainly didn’t disappoint its faithful.

With the bases loaded and only one out, shortstop Rachel Barber ripped a single to shallow centerfield scoring both the tying and winning runs. Emanuels, along with its supporter, went wild. Dr. Pat’s, on the other hand, had victory within its grasp only to have its defense fail them at the most inopportune time.

Amanda Ives led the winning club with three triple and a single for 10 total bases while Brianna Sneed had a single, double and two runs scored.

For Dr. Pat’s, which finished the year at 11-5.

Mallory Dorflinger had three runs scored.

In the Minor League Championship game, Magnano Electric defeated Neon Deli 8-7 behind the pitching of Maria Aresco.

Tina Grant pitched a solid effort for Neon while Rebecca Jackson turned a double play to end the game.

     Magno Electric
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     Bottom Row (L-R)
     Second Row (L-R)

Minor League Softball Playoffs  

Moose Baseball

11/12 Year Old All Stars

Brett Aletta – Portland NAPA
Austin Brassaw – Frank & Gloria’s
John Ciccarello - Elks
Nick DeRita – Elks
Peter Horton – Portland NAPA
Jordan Hyman – Exchange Club
Kyle Lohmar – Portland NAPA
Matt Monahan – Portland NAPA
Brian Santangelo – Page & Warner
Jason Sinagra – Exchange Club
Ryan Tuttle – Frank & Gloria’s
Will White – Page & Warner

11 Year Old All Stars

Andrew Bourne – Page & Warner
Brandon Carta – Elks
John Didato – Page & Warner
Jonathan Francois – Elks
Nathan Masse – Frank & Gloria’s
Tyler McDonald – Portland NAPA
Mike McGuire – Portland NAPA
Dillon Milardo – Elks
Sal Pizzuto – Elks
Adam Przekopski – Exchange Club
Brenner Wickham – Page & Warner
Jason Woods – Page & Warner

9/10 Year Old All Stars

Kenneth Boyd – Elks
Matt Demelis – High View Health
Bradley Derwin – Frank & Gloria’s
Justin Folsom – High View Health
Travis Garbowski – Illiano’s
AJ Grimm – Frank & Gloria’s
Derek Herring – Dr. Palmer’s
Shaun Marino – Portland NAPA
Anthony Marchese – Odds & Ends
Alexander McGrath – Bish Electric
Joey Pizzuto – Frank & Gloria’s
Jovan Santos – Frank & Gloria’s

O'Rourke Baseball

11/12 Year Old All Stars

James Aronne – Westfield Fire Dept.
Robbie Brown – Westfield Fire Dept.
Michael Calnan - Rotary
Joey DiMauro – Catholic War Vets
Shawn Hewitt – Catholic War Vets
Randall Hunter – Puorro Electric
Lamar Jones - Rotary
Sal Marino – Catholic War Vets
Brandon Murzyn – Catholic War Vets
Ryan Nicholson - Kiwanis
Patrick Reynolds – Puorro Electric
Jordan Timbro - Rotary

11 Year Old All Stars

Mark Adamiak – Kiwanis
Matthew Ayala - Rotary
* Ryan Batchhelder – Catholic War Vets
Chris Danko - Rotary
Garrett Rice-Earl – Westfield Fire Dept.
Ryan Hertler – Puorro Electric
Jonathan Holmes – Puorro Electric
Rohan Kapur – Westfield Fire Dept.
Matthew Leighton – Puorro Electric
Cristian Matos – Westfield Fire Dept.
Zachary Newton – Westfield Fire Dept.
Vincent Quintiliano – Puorro Electric
Zachery Tine – Kiwanis

* selected to team but unable to play due to injury

9/10 Year Old All Stars

Zachery Askew – Kiwanis
Tyler Cardi – Rotary
Joey Cooney – Westfield Fire Dept.
Anthony Dimauro – Catholic War Vets
Spencer Fletcher – Catholic War Vets
Austin Huntin – Puorro Electric
Timmy Kraner – Rotary
Sebastian Lagana – Brainard Elliott Ins.
Kyle Pegalo – Catholic War Vets
Shay Peterson – Kiwanis
Carlos Ruiz – Westfield Fire Dept.
Louis Zanette – Puorro Electric


9/10 Year Old All-Stars

Jada Green
Jalissa Winsten
Taylor Piangenti
Jacquesha Perry
Amanda Demoranville
Taylor Garboski
Brooke Franco
Maria Aresco
Patricia Santos
Emily Levis
Samantha Martinez
Kimberly Adorno
Brailey Williams
Christie Idiong
Brittany Fitzpatrick

11/12 Year Old All-Stars

Kyra Poudrier
Mallorie Dorflinger
Taylor Bartolotta
LeeAnn Morrison
Michelle Brown
Billie Fournier
Rachael Barber
Kelly Feodorov
Alysha Pieta
Kathleen Mosca
Brianna Durant
Cassie Pieper

Senior All Stars

Kaylee Marino
Diana Kostocopoulos
Sarah Stoddard
Maria Brower
Kaylin O'Leary
Ashley Flynn
Kate Stanley
Rachel Soll
Kelley Michanczyk
Stephanie Aresco
Marissa Pellerin
Amanda Varicchio

     Middletown Little League
     Bottom Row (L-R) Brenner Wickham, Tyler McDonald, Kenny Boyd, Dillon Milardo, Brandon Carta.
     Second Row (L-R) Sal Pizzuto, Jason Sinagra, Shay Peterson, Nick DeRita, Tyler Pirruccio, Jonathan Francois, Adam Przekopski
     Coaches (L-R) Coach Steve Francois, Mgr. Bob Sinagra, Coach Mike Carta

Middletown wins 10/11 Year Old District 9 championship

By B. Sinagra, Manager

EAST HAMPTON -- Middletown’s Home Team Supply defeated Haddam National 4-0 in a repeat of last year’s District 9 Fall Baseball Tournament Championship game. Jason Sinagra and Brandon Carta combined for 12 strikeouts while yielding only 3 hits and 1 walk. None of the Haddam runners advanced past 2nd base. Sal Pizzuto led HTS with 2 hits including a double. Tyler Pirruccio added a double and an RBI. Other hits were provided by Kenny Boyd (RBI), Dillon Milardo, Tyler McDonald, Jonathan Francois and Sinagra (RBI). Shay Peterson had the other RBI. Fine defense preserved the shutout with McDonald making 2 great plays at 2nd base and Sinagra robbing a base hit with a diving catch at shortstop.

The game, played in East Hampton, was started on Saturday but was suspended in the top of the 2nd inning due to heavy fog. The game continued on Sunday.

Home Team Supply reached the Championship game by defeating Haddam American 10-6 in the District semi-finals. HTS was led by the 6-RBI performance of Nick DeRita, which included a grand slam high over the left field fence and a 2-run double. HTS took advantage of 10 walks and 3 hit batters. Jason Sinagra and DeRita struck out 13 Haddam batters while giving up 6 singles.

Home Team Supply manager Bob Sinagra was ecstatic with the way his team performed throughout the season and tournament. “I didn’t know what to expect from this group”, said Sinagra, “as it was the first time they all played together. Pitching was the key to our success as we used 7 different pitchers during the season. They were all ready to go for the tourney.”

Haddam National beat the East Hampton Cubs 6-5 to advance to the finals. The games were played in a heavy mist and light fog. “Todd Bixby should be commended for his leadership with the Fall Ball program this season”, said Coach Sinagra. “He organized the entire season, right down to grooming the field and base umpiring the Championship game. The 25 teams involved with District 9 Fall Ball salute him for his efforts.”

Fall Ball Teams

8/9 Year Old

Middletown 1
Aaron Deegan
Sean Deegan
Shane Wickham
Spencer Fletcher
Justin Peirce
Frank Mazzota
Marcus Fazzino
Tyler Ashlar
Ryan Stiles
Brian Sheey

Middletown 2
Malcolm Alleyne
Tyler Cardi
Chris Cardi
Jacob Dotson
Matt Garofalo
Matt Gomes
Julian Madison
Evan Pennington
Nick Roy
Nick Wilson
Nick Zannete
Mark Zocco

10/11 Year Old

Middletown 1
Kenny Boyd
Brandon Carta
Nick DeRita
Jonathan Francois
Tyler McDonald
Dillon Milardo
Shay Peterson
Tyler Pirruccio
Sal Pizzuto
Adam Przekopski
Jason Sinagra
Brenner Wickham

Middletown 2
Cristian Matos
Shaun Hewitt
Kyle Pegalo
Anthony DiMauro
Rohan Kapur
Zachary Newton
Carlos Ruiz
Joey Cooney
Steven Gambino
Ryan Batchelder
Garrett Rice-Earl
Joshua Strohm

Middletown 3
Mike Funaro
Nathan Seng
Anthony Kipphut
Joseph Vitelli
Zachary Zbinden
AJ Grimm
Louis Zanette
Vincent Quintillano
Jonathan Holmes
Billy Wrang
Mathew Leighton
Eric Fritz
Mike McQuire
Gino Cardella

League Directors

Position   Name
President   Eddie Valeriano
Vice President Softball   Mark Soll
Vice President Baseball - Moose   Dana Wilson
Vice President Baseball - O'Rourke   Mario Pizzutto
Secretary   Brenda Michanczyk
Treasurer   Carl Carta
Fund Raiser   Kathleen Wickham
Player Agent O'Rourke   Mike Carta
Player Agent Moose   Wayne Pegolo
Scheduling Director - Softball   Kelly DiMauro
Scheduling Director - Baseball   Mike Nicholson
Tournament Director   Eddie Valeriano/Carl Carta
Saftey Officer   Cliff Carlson
Umpire Training and BB Ump. Scheduling   Robin Watson
Softball Umpire Scheduling   Lee Heckstall
Baseball Equipment Manager   Jeff Marchese
Softball Equipment Manager   Jody Manemeit
Training Director   Mike Funaro
Training Director   Lou Zanette
Public Relations   Bob Sinagra
Assistant Public Relations   Mike Cardi
League Web Site   Mike Cardi/Ken Brostek
Jr/Sr Baseball President   Steve Ladd
Challenger Division Director   Don Mitchell

Baseball Directors

Position   Name
Director - T-Ball   Victor Matos
Director - T-Ball   Victor Matos
Director - Instruct Moose   Marco Gaylord
Director - Instruct O'Rourke   Mike Cardi
Director - Minors   Carey Hewitt
Director - Majors   Cliff Carlson

Softball Directors

Position   Name
Director - T-Ball   Penny Murphy
Director - Instructional   Rick Pizzonia
Director - Minor/Majors   Craig Nielson
Director - Junior & Senior   Lisa Keereweer

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