|2005 Majors CITY CHAMPIONS|
|Page & Warner|
|Bottom Row (L-R) Nick Curello, Patrick Michaud, Joe Durkin, Marcus Fazzino and Shane Wickham|
|Second Row (L-R) Coach Dan Woods, Brenner Wickham, Jason Woods, John Didato, Jack Dziedzic, Josh Bucchere and Manager Tom Wickham|
|Missing Rich Kish, Matt Kish and Andrew Bourne|
Major League Baseball Final Standings
|MOOSE MAJORS||O'ROURKE MAJORS|
Frank & Gloria
Page & Warner
High View Health
Catholic War Vets
Major League Baseball Playoffs
Page & Warner takes city title
By PAUL NICHOLS , Middletown Press Sports 06/22/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- Walks. The most important number on the scoreboard is runs. It’s not how many hits you get or how few errors you make; it’s how many runs you score -- no matter how you got them -- that matters.
The Page & Warner Little League team showed it had learned that lesson Tuesday night in the 2005 City Championship game at Romagelli Field. Page & Warner (the Moose League champions) had just two hits, but it wasn’t because of bad batting. The P&W batters worked out 15 walks and packaged them with the two hits for an 8-3 win over Westfield Fire (the O’Rourke League champions) to win the trophy.
"We were patient at the plate, and we had to be," P&W coach Dan Woods said.
Jason Woods pitched a complete game for the winners, allowing eight hits. More importantly, he didn’t walk a batter or throw a wild pitch.
John Didato, who pitched the semifinal win for P&W, slammed a triple in the decisive six-run fourth inning, and Andrew Bourne belted a single in the first inning. Other than that the P&W batters relied on their selectivity to wait out the pitches out of the strike zone.
Westfield was in the game until the disastrous fourth inning. The visitors came back to tie the game in the second and third innings and led 3-2 heading into the big-inning debacle. Zach Newton and Josh Strohm had two hits apiece for Westfield, and Troy Bermudez belted a triple.
Bermudez hit his three-bagger with two out in the second and scored on Luke Scotton’s dribbler down the first base line. Newton hit one of his two doubles in the third to drive in a run and then scored on a double by Carlos Ruiz.
Strohm bailed out a wild Ruiz in the second inning by getting out of a bases loaded jam with a pair of strikeouts. Strohm pitched 2.1 innings and got all seven outs via the strikeout route, but he also walked eight, including the last four batters he faced in the fourth.
"When the first guy was all over the plate we told the kids ‘make sure he throws a strike first’ (before you swing)," Woods said. "The second pitcher was faster and more on, so we said ‘if it’s a strike you’ve got to be swinging’."
There weren’t many strikes in that fourth inning, so the P&W batters weren’t swinging.
Didato started the rally with his triple to the fence in right center. Then with outs and a runner on, the game deteriorated when Strohm lost the plate. Brenner Wickham drew a walk and Michaud was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Then successive walks to Nick Curello, Jack Dziedzic, Josh Buchere, Didato and Matt Kish made a 3-3 game an 8-3 runaway.
All that was needed was for Woods to get the final six outs, which he did, including the final four by strikeouts.
Coach Woods credited his pitcher’s control to a 15-minute session earlier in the day at home in which he worked with his son on the importance of his mechanics.
"They definitely showed a little more emotion tonight," Woods said as the Page & Warner players took turns celebrating with the trophy as he and coaches Rick Kish and Tom Wickham relished the moment.
Page & Warner takes Moose title
By PAUL NICHOLS , Middletown Press Sports 06/18/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- The luck ran out for High View Health in the bottom of the third inning Friday night in the Moose Little League championship game at Romigelli Field at Hubbard Park.
After knocking off the undefeated Elks in the semifinal round earlier in the
week, David Pugliese hit a grand slam in the top of the third to give HVH a
four-run edge, but in the bottom half Page & Warner rallied for eight runs
to take the lead and went on for a 12-6 victory and the league championship.
"Some of the younger kids stepped up to the plate tonight and hit the ball," P&W co-coach Tom Wickham said. "We bounced back a lot this year. We lost three (to Elks) but we kept nibbling at them. The second game they only beat us by two and the third by one. We stuck with them and were hoping to face them tonight."
"We’ve put a lot of time and practice in with these kids and to see them make awesome plays makes it all worth it," P&W coach Dan Woods added.
John Dibato belted a double and triple and pitched a complete game for P&W. Both of his extra-base hits came in the eight-run rally. Dibato allowed nine hits, but settled down after getting the lead and permitted just one run over the final three innings.
High View was just 5-12 in the regular season, but rallied to beat the Elks 5-4 in the sixth inning when Steve Stanley hit a grand slam homer. Adam Przekopski struck out the final batter of the game with bases loaded.
High View’s magic continued early in the title game for coach Ray Garboski’s club.
Travis Garboski and Przekopski hit doubles in the first inning for a 1-0 lead, and with Stanley, Marco David and Przekopski on board, David Pugliese delivered a grand slam homer over the right center field fence for a 5-1 lead.
The lead didn’t last long. Dibato tripled in the first run and scored on Matt Kish’s single to make it 5-3. An error, walk and two wild pitches later it was tied.
A throwing error on a fielder’s choice allowed the go-ahead run to cross, and doubles by Jack Dziedzic and Dibato chased in three more for the 9-5 advantage.
The winners added three more in the fourth when Brenner Wickham hit a two-run single and Nick Corello singled in another.
Page & Warner will play Westfield Fire for the City Championship at Hubbard Park on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Westfield beat the Catholic War Vets 6-4 in the O’Rourke-Kidney League championship game at Baroni Field on Friday.
|2005 MAJORS O'ROURKE CHAMPIONS|
|Bottom Row (L-R) Joshua Strohm, Joey Cooney, Luke Scotton, Christopher Boyes and Garrett Rice-Earl|
|Second Row (L-R) Zachary Newton, Cristian Matos, Carlos Ruiz, Jr, Troy Bermudez and Matthew Newton|
|Coaches (L-R) Victor Matos, David Strohm and Carlos Ruiz, Sr.|
|Missing Steven Daniels and Tyler Renfro|
Westfield Fire wins O'Rourke championship
By SEAN P. REILLY , Middletown Press Sports Writer 06/18/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- Although his team was down by two runs in the final inning of what could very possibly been their final game of 2005, Westfield Fire (15-3) coach Victor Matos had faith.
The Middletown Little League skipper, who, in his first season at the helm, had already led his club to the finals of the O’Rourke League, however a win versus Catholic War Vets (15-4) and a trip to the City Championship was well within reach.
His troops, feeling his confidence, rallied with a spirited four-run, fifth-inning rally against CWV hurler Anthony DiMauro and won 6-4 at Baroni Field Friday night.
"These kids have fought hard all season," Matos said. "I knew we could come back. I had the top of my lineup coming up and we were down just two runs. Man, that felt great."
A dejected CWV coach Cary Hewitt, who managed his final game for Middletown Little League on Friday, was at a loss for words following the contest.
"I don’t know what to say," he said with first baseman and son Shawn at his side. "I feel so bad for these kids. Anthony (DiMauro) had pitched a great game. It just wasn’t our night."
For the initial four frames, it did appear to be a victory in the making for CWV.
After Westfield Fire took a 1-0 lead courtesy of leadoff hitter Josh Strohm’s (3-for-3, two runs scored) first inning triple, CWV responded with two runs in the next frame.
Rightfielder Nathan Seng roped a three-bagger of his own and later scored to make it 2-1. In the third, CWV extended that advantage to 4-1 on hits from DiMauro, Hewitt (2-for-3, one run scored) and Victor Seng, prompting Matos to pull starter Chris Matos in favor of then-first baseman Strohm.
The reliever proceeded to mow down the visitors for the final three innings.
With the score 4-2 and the immediate prospects of a comeback appearing bleak, Strohm led off the bottom of the fifth with a double past CWV leftfielder Nathan Seng. Shortstop Joey Cooney drove him home two pitches later to pull Westfield Fire within one, 4-3. Matos then lined a rocket down the first base line for a triple and tied the game.
Hewitt was asked if he considered pulling DiMauro at that point.
"Absolutely not", he stated. "Anthony was going to pitch through it."
Stocky Westfield Fire backstop Carlos Ruiz came to bat with one out and the potential winning run at third. He took a 1-2 offering from the CWV pitcher and came within a few feet of a homer in deep left/centerfield. For good measure, leftfielder Troy Bermudez capped off the rally with an RBI single to add the final run of the day.
Strohm, after surrendering a leadoff walk in the sixth, shut down Hewitt’s squad for the victory and promoting Westfield Fire into the championship game next Tuesday night at 7 p.m. versus Page & Warner under the lights at Hubbard Park.
"Last Friday, we beat CWV 2-1 in the same kind of game," an ecstatic Matos said. "These were two evenly matched teams and unfortunately, in this game, someone has to lose. I’m pretty excited right now."
|2005 MINORS CITY CHAMPIONS|
|Machinist Local 700|
|Bottom Row (L-R) Jacob Dotson, Brian Sheehy, Shayne Meeker, Chris Cardi, Nick Roy and Sklyer Sapinski.|
|Second Row (L-R) Thomas Panasewich, Nathan Roy, Mark Zocco, Stephan Sapinski, Hunter Courchesne and Nick Rodo.|
|Coaches (L-R) Jeff Roy, Chris Dotson, Don Roy, Frank Zocco, Mike Cardi and Brian Roy.|
Minor League Baseball Playoffs
Machinists Local wins minors title
MIDDLETOWN -- Chris Cardi and Nick Roy combined for 10 strikeouts and allowed only 3 hits in leading the Machinists Local 700 to the Minor League City Championship.
Strong defensive plays in the final inning by Shayne Meeker at second and Brian Sheehy at third - with each recording ground-ball outs to first baseman Jacob Dotson - helped Machinist Local close out the Polish Falcons.
On offense, Chris Cardi led the team with three hits and two runs, while Mark Zocco and Nathan Roy added two hits each. Jacob Dotson, Stephan Sapinski and Thomas Panasewich also contributed hits.
Drew Cietek and Logan Reich led the Polish Falcons on the mound, each offering up a solid performance in the championship game. Gregory Gaylord, Noah Hayes and Nick Fullom each turned in a good game behind the plate, while Andrew Gilliland was commended for his play in the field.
Machinists Local wins O'Rourke title
MIDDLETOWN -- Chris Cardi and Nick Roy combined to pitch six innings, leading Machinists Local 700 to the O'Rourke Minor League Championship. Both pitchers combined for 13 strikeouts while surrendering ony 3 hits.
Chris Cardi had two hits to lead the offense, with Stephan Sapinski, Nick Roy, Mark Zocco and Jacob Doston chipping in hits as well. One Dotson hit was a single down the first base line, driving in two runs with two outs.
Logan Pinigree pitched well for Peterson Electric, while Aiden Walsh, Pinigree and Frank LeMay Jr. had the hits on offense.
|2005 MINORS MOOSE CHAMPIONS|
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|Second Row (L-R)|
|2005 MAJORS SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS|
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Major League Softball Final Standings
Major League Softball Playoffs
|2005 MINORS SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS|
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Minor League Softball Playoffs
District 9 Champions
Middletown Little League 11-12 All Stars
Another District 9 win for Middletown
By PAUL NICHOLS, Middletown Press Sports 07/12/2005
EAST HAMPTON -- There were smiles and there was joy, but there was not the celebration you might expect following a championship game.
Maybe that was because this was not the first banner for the Middletown Girls
11-12 All-Star softball team.
Middletown blanked Coginchaug 6-0 Monday night at Seamster Park to win the District 9 championship behind a three-hitter by Kelly Feodorov. For Feodorov and three of her teammates -- Kyra Poudrier, Katherine Mosca and Mallorie Dorflinger -- it was their 24th straight District 9 tournament win.
"They’ve been together for four years now, and they have (state) sectional and a runner-up banner already," Middletown manager Bob Dorflinger said. "I think their record is something like 36-6 against the rest of the state."
Feodorov struggled a little with her control. She walked six and was out of the strike zone on a lot of hitters, but Dorflinger thought that was due to learning the umpire’s zone.
"My opinion, I don’t know if you want to print this or not, she got squeezed a little bit," he said. "The pitches coming across the chest weren’t getting called strikes, and in Middletown that’s what they are used to."
But, like a good pitcher, Feodorov didn’t get rattled. She nibbled high, and outside as she learned the zone. Twice she allowed the bases to get loaded, but both times got out of the inning without yielding a run.
Coginchaug found out it couldn’t run on catcher Mallorie Dorflinger. They tried once, in the first inning, but saw that was like give up a free out.
They should have run faster on the arm of Jacquesha Perry in right field. Perry, an infielder during the regular season, turned two would-be singles into force outs by rifling a throw to second to beat the runner. In defense of the Coginchaug runners, there was nothing either runner could have done to beat the throws.
Middletown jumped ahead 1-0 in the first inning. Feodorov started it with a single and scored from second on an slow infield roller off Dorflinger’s bat. When the late throw went to first, Feodorov rounded third and beat the return throw to the plate.
It stayed that way until the fourth, when the winners went ahead 3-0 on a two-out, two-run single by Rosie Manameit.
"She’s been having a rough (tournament) but she came through was two huge hits tonight," Dorflinger. "She’s been getting a hit here, hit there, so she’s starting to get it back."
Manameit had an RBI double in a three-run sixth that doubled the margin.
At that point it was just a manner of putting Coginchaug away. After allowing the first two runners to get on base Feodorov struck out three straight batters to start the celebration.
State play begins Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Snow School.
Middletown Little League Junior All Stars
Middletown advances to district finals
By SEAN P. REILLY, Middletown Press Sports Writer07/20/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- Although his team was perfect at 4-0 record coming into Tuesday night’s semifinal matchup with East Hampton, Middletown 13-14-year old softball coach Dale Pieta was waiting patiently for his club’s offense to finally break out.
Middletown, behind the superb pitching performance of Nicole Thody, thrashed and pounded East Hampton by a final score of 26-1 in five innings at Snow School. Twenty-six runs, eighteen hits and every one of Pieta’s 11 players crossed the plate at least once.
"I wasn’t very happy with our offense over the past few games even though we won them all," the Middletown skipper commented. "My girls’ batsfinally woke up -- in a big way."
Middletown (5-0 and the No. 1 ranked team) will play for the District 9 championship this afternoon at 5:30 p.m. versus Coginchaug. Coginchaug, the No. 2 ranked club, easily defeated Old Saybrook 15-7.
For Pieta, however, tonight’s opponent is of little consequence.
"I really don’t know who we’re going to play," he said following the contest. "If it’s Saybrook or Coginchaug, so be it. My kids have been great and I have a lot of confidence in them.
He should. Middletown’s Thody allowed just a single hit, to counterpart Jillian Geysen in the fourth inning, and struck out eight. Reliever Cassie Pieper came on to pitch a perfect fifth, giving Pieta the option of starting Thody tonight (coaches must sit a pitcher for one game should they go beyond four frames).
Every Middletown player was outstanding at the plate, with leadoff hitter LeeAnn Morrison, leading the attack (2-for-3, four runs scored, two RBI).
"She (Morrison) is the kind of kid every coach would love to have on his team," Pieta stated. "She deserves to be recognized."
Shortstop Billie Fournier added to the onslaught with a 2-for-3, four RBI and three runs scored performance and second baseman Allison Piangenti helped out by going 2-for-2 with three runs scored.
"There’s no telling how far we can go as long as we keep winning," Pieta said. "If we can beat (Wednesday’s) team, we move on to the sectionals. Give my girls credit, they worked extremely hard to get here."
Tonight’s battle will once again be held at Snow School as part of a double-Middletown appearance. The 12-year old softball all-stars of Bob Dorflinger will play on field No. 2 versus South Windsor, who defeated Middletown in the first game of the tournament. Dorflinger’s crew has since reeled off four consecutive victories while South Windsor is unbeaten at 5-0.
Middletown Little League Senior All Stars
Section 2 Champions
Middletown Little League 11-12 All Stars
All-Stars looking good in tourney
By PAUL NICHOLS, The Herald Press 07/17/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- After three rounds of pool play in the Girls state tournament, the Middletown team is in better shape than it was after its first game.
Middletown blanked Waterford 4-0 Friday night in Old Saybrook and outscored Granby 15-8 Saturday morning at Snow School to improve to 2-1 in the six-team Section 2 pool.
Kelly Feodorov pitched the shutout victory, while Taylor Piangenti picked up the win on Saturday.
"The Waterford team is really good," Middletown manager Bob Dorflinger said. "They played good defense, but Kelly pitched good and we got a solid game on defense. The girls did a great job."
Middletown scored one run in the first, two in the third and an insurance run in the fifth. That was enough for Feodorov, who walked just two.
"Kyra (Poudrier) every day is unbelievable, but she was out of this world (Friday)," Dorflinger.
Poudrier posted three putouts and four assists, including a bare-hand throw off on a ball that deflected off Feodorov’s glove.
In Saturday’s win, Middletown scored five times in the second and seven more in the third. Mallorie Dorflinger had a two-run double in the first rally, while Poudrier cleared the bases with a triple in the third.
Feodorov scored four times and Katherine Mosca three times in that win.
But the defense fell to the "big-inning" problem again.
"We had a few big hits, but we’re going to take what the game gives," Dorflinger said. "We’ve got to get rid of that bad second inning. It’s a bad rut we’ve gotten into."
After the complete robin-robin, the two teams with the best records meet for the Section 2 championship.
Middletown is in good shape to grab one of those spots. Because the District 9 champs beat Waterford, they are inbetter position to get the No. 2 spot by finishing 4-1 and tied with Waterford then they are finishing in a three-way tie with South Windsor and Waterford. In the three-way scenario, the team that has allowed the most runs is eliminated, and Middletown is not is good shape there.
"We’ve just got to watch what’s going on and hope some of these other teams score runs and Waterford and South Windsor," Dorflinger said. "We’ve got to win the next two first before we worry about that."
Middletown plays Jewett City today at noon and Wethersfield on Monday at 5:30 p.m.. Both games are at Snow School.
Feodorov shuts out opponents
By PAUL NICHOLS, Middletown Press Sports 07/18/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- Kelly Feodorov doesn’t like to lose; maybe that’s why she doesn’t very often.
The 12-year-old is the main pitcher for the Middletown Girls 11-12 All-Star team that won the District 9 championship and is now playing in the state tournament. She is also the main reason why Middletown is one of the three teams in good position to capture the two spots in the final round after pool play is completed.
Middletown lost its first state tournament game to South Windsor, but with Feodorov on the mound in game two the District 9 champs bounced back to shut out Waterford 4-0 on Friday, and improved to 2-1 on Saturday by beating Granby.
Middletown coach Bob Dorflinger has been the head coach of the main group of players that comprise this year’s 11-12 team for four years. The first year he was an assistant to Dale Pieta, but the last three he’s been the head coach. Along with Katherine Mosca, Kyra Poudrier and Dorflinger’s daughter, Mallorie, Middletown won five games in the district tournament pool by outscoring foes 74-13.
That stretched an undefeated streak to 23. Feodorov then took the mound and blanked Coginchaug, 6-0, in the championship game to make it 24.
"That first year I got to know her," Dorflinger. "For softball smarts on the field, she’s way above her age level. She’s knows what’s going on at all times. She knows where the play should go, even when she’s playing second base."
Feodorov bats leadoff for the team, a spot she has also been in for four years.
"She gets on base; she knows how to run the bases," Dorflinger said. "She’s amazing."
Twenty minutes after Middletown lost its first state tournament game most of the players had bounced back Feodorov still had a frown and a mist in the corner of both eyes. The next day she tossed a shutout.
"A couple of years ago when we had seven shutouts I think four of them were hers," Dorflinger. "When she’s pitching I’m able to pay attention to everything else; that’s not a worry of mine."
Feodorov leads Middletown in Section 2 finals
By PAUL NICHOLS, Middletown Press Sports 07/21/2005
MIDDLETOWN -- When Diana Taurasi played for the UConn women’s basketball team coach Geno Auriemma knew in the big games he had an advantage. "We have ‘D’, and they don’t," was often Auriemma’s "that’s the way it is" statement.
Bob Dorflinger knows what he meant. The Middletown Girls Majors All-Star coach has Kelly Feodorov, and the other teams in the District 9 and Section 2 state tournament don’t.
Feodorov pitched a seven-hitter Wednesday night as Middletown beat South Windsor 7-3 to win the Section 2 championship.
"We started this whole thing with high hopes, and we’ve accomplished two of our goals," Dorflinger said. "We wanted the district first, the section second, and now we’re going for our main objective -- the state title. Bottom line."
It was a long road for the District 9 champions after a tournament-opening loss to South Windsor. They bounced back to win the next four and earn the second-best record in pool play and a spot in the championship game. This time, though, Middletown had Feorodov pitching; South Windsor didn’t.
"Taylor (Piangenti) is only 11 and doesn’t have the experience yet that Kelly does, so, absolutely," Dorflinger admitted. "Kelly has deceiving movement on her ball, and I don’t think people realize because of her size how good a pitcher she really is."
Dorflinger had emphasized defense all tournament to his team, but three errors led directly to all three runs. Feodorov didn’t allow the miscues to bother her, and pitcher out of potentially dangerous situations.
None was more dangerous than a no-out, bases-loaded jam in the top of the sixth. Michele Scanlon lined the ball up the middle, but Middletown shortstop Kyra Poudrier caught it on the run, stepped on second for a double play and looked to nail one of the two remaining runners. Because theball had been hit so hard neither had a chance to get more than two steps off the bag and was able to get back.
"That’s college material right there, but you know what? That was a special play because it came at a special time, but Kyra makes plays like that all the time," Dorflinger said. "Defense wins championships, and tonight we made the plays we had to."
Paingenti had a two run-single in a three-run rally in the third, and Rosie Manameit did the same in a four-run fifth. Earlier in each rally Mallorie Dorflinger had a key hit for the winners.
Losing pitcher Emily Armstrong and Stephanie Rahm had two hits each for South Windsor.
"South Windsor was a class act throughout the tournament," Dorflinger said. "They could have played around and laid down against Waterford the other night if they wanted to play them again instead of us, but they played it straight up, beat them, and gave us another chance."
Middletown will play the Section I champion (Orange) for the state championship ina best-of-three series that starts Friday night in Simsbury. The first two games are at 7 p.m., with Game 3, if necessary, slated for 4 p.m. on Sunday. It’s a new tournament, so all pitchers are eligible. Look for Dorflinger to pitch Feodorov in Game 1.
"I’d be a jerk not to," he said.
After all, he’ll have Feodorov; the other team won’t.
11/12 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Steve Francois
Coach, Mike Carta
Coach, Bruce Milardo
11 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Todd McGrath
Coach, David Wolfram
Coach, Bob Grimm
9/10 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Tom Wickham
Coach, Bob Deegan
Coach, Ray Garboski
11/12 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Victor Matos
Coach, Carey Hewitt
Coach, David Strohm
11 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Mike Funaro
Coach, Joe Gambino
Coach, Bill Wrang
9/10 Year Old All Stars
Mgr, Dana Wilson
Coach, Michael Cardi
Coach, Wesley Pennington
9/10 Year Old All-Stars
Mgr, Chris Jordan
Coach, Jim O'Toole
Coach, Terisa Brainard
11/12 Year Old All-Stars
Julia "Rosie" Manemeit
Mgr, Bob Dorflinger
Coach, Norman Manemeit
Coach, Tony Franco
Junior All Stars
Mgr, Dale Peita
Coach, Jay Asmus
Coach, Pat Damelio
Senior All Stars
Coach, Todd Varricchio
Coach, Gary Fredericks
**Did not play with team
Fall Ball Teams
8/9 Year Old
10/11 Year Old
|Vice President Softball||Anissa Laddl|
|Vice President Baseball - Moose||Dana Wilson|
|Vice President Baseball - O'Rourke||Mario Pizzutto|
|Fund Raiser||Brenda Michanczyk|
|Player Agent O'Rourke||Mike Carta|
|Player Agent Moose||Carey Hewitt|
|Scheduling Director - Softball||Kelly DiMauro|
|Scheduling Director - Baseball||Mike Nicholson|
|Tournament Director||Mike Nicholson|
|Safety Officer||David Peterson|
|Umpire Training and BB Ump. Scheduling||Robin Watson|
|Softball Umpire Scheduling||Lee Heckstall|
|Baseball Equipment Manager||Jeff Marchese|
|Softball Equipment Manager||Jody Manemeit|
|Softball Training Director||Carl Aresco|
|Baseball Training Director||Mike Funaro and Lou Zanette|
|Public Relations||Joe Jenecaro|
|Assistant Public Relations||Mike Cardi|
|Jr/Sr Baseball President||Steve Ladd|
|Challenger Division Director||Don Mitchell|
|Concession Stand||Steve Francois|
|Director - Tball||Mike Joy|
|Director - Instructional||Mike Cardi|
|Director - Minors||Victor Matos|
|Director - Majors||Mike Nicholson|
|Director - T-Ball||Rick Pizzonia|
|Director - Instructional||Christine Martinez|
|Director - Minor||Anissa Ladd|
|Director - Majors||Karen Dorflinger|
|Director - Junior & Senior||Linda Mabery|