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Senior Athlete Spotlight, Part 2

EllwoodCity.org has pieced together a three-part series spotlighting one senior from each of the seven fall sports in the Ellwood City Area School District. The group was interviewed at Thursday night’s Media Day Coverage. Today’s article marks Part 2 of the series and features three local students. Be sure to check out the first post from this segment, http://news.ellwoodcity.org/2014/08/18/senior-athlete-spotlight-part-1-2/.

IMG_2707Name: Bailey McKinney
Parents’ Names:
Rick & Stacey McKinney
Sport:
Girls Volleyball
Years Played:
This marks her sixth year on the team.
What has your favorite memory been over the years?
“My favorite memory was the MAC Tournament in 2012 because we won it all.”
What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming season? “We have a really close team, so I think that it will be a fun season.”
What have you and your team been doing to prepare for your first game? “We scrimmage each other a lot as well as running, conditioning and drills.”
How do you hope you will improve as a player throughout the year? “I think I need to work on my passing in the back row and being consistent and accurate with my serves.”
Are there any tough opponents this season? “Blackhawk and Hopewell are our toughest ones.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned through playing this sport? “There’s no ‘i’ in team.”
What will you miss about volleyball after graduation? “I’ll definitely miss the friendships the most.”
Future Plans: Bailey plans to attend a four-year university, followed by medical school.

 

IMG_2752Name: Paul Lutz
Parents’ Names:
Paul Lutz & Vicki Alexander
Sport:
Football
Years Played:
This marks his fourth year on the team.
What has your favorite memory been over the years?
“Mine is the Ellwood Riverside game last year because we crushed them.”
What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming season? “I’m just looking forward to playing with all my teammates.”
What have you and your team been doing to prepare for your first game? “We’ve been conditioning, running, hitting hard, lifting a lot and basically, just practicing.”
How do you hope you will improve as a player throughout the year? “I just want to get more touchdowns than I had last year.”
Are there any tough opponents this season? “Beaver, Aliquippa and Beaver Falls are always good and put up a fight.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned through playing this sport? “You have to work hard to achieve your goals.”
What will you miss about football after graduation? “I’m just going to miss the Friday night lights.”
Future Plans: Paul plans to attend a four-year university to study finance.

 

IMG_2736Name: Savannah Steilner – Co-Captain
Parents’ Names:
John & Karen Steilner
Sport:
Cheerleading
Years Played:
This marks her fourth year on the team.
What has your favorite memory been over the years?
“My favorite memory was the Ellwood Freeport Playoff game when I was in junior high because we got to rush the field.”
What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming season? “I’m excited to be a senior because it’s the most fun year with no stress.”
What have you and your team been doing to prepare for your first game? “We went to UCA Stunt Camp at Slippery Rock University this summer. We also have a lot of practices for our cheers and dance routine.”
How do you hope you will improve as a cheerleader throughout the year? “I want to take all the corrections I’m given and try to improve them as best I can.”
Are there any tough stunts you are attempting this season? “Yes, we’ve practicing our basket tosses and are still working on other new stunts.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned through cheerleading? “You don’t know it all, so always learn as much as you can. You can never learn enough.”
What will you miss about cheering after graduation? “I’ll miss being with all of my friends and going to all of the football games.”
Future Plans: Savannah plans to attend a four-year university to study business and fashion marketing. She also plans to be a cheerleader in college.

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Senior Athlete Spotlight, Part 1

EllwoodCity.org has pieced together a three-part series spotlighting one senior from each of the seven fall sports in the Ellwood City Area School District. The group was interviewed at Thursday night’s Media Day Coverage. Today’s article marks Part 1 of the series and features two local students. Be sure to check back for the rest of this segment.

IMG_2721Name: Lauren Stiles
Parents’ Names:
Joe & Tricia Stiles
Sport:
Girls Tennis
Years Played:
This marks her fourth year on the team.
What has your favorite memory been over the years?
“It was winning my first tennis match in 9th grade.”
What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming season? “I’ve become really close with the team, so I’m really excited to spend time with them.”
What have you and your team been doing to prepare for your first match? “We’ve just been doing summer conditioning, hitting around, practicing serves and doing foot drills.”
How do you hope you will improve as a player throughout the year? “I hope I get my serve harder and win more matches than I did last year.”
Are there any tough opponents this season? “Beaver is our toughest opponent; they’re really good.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned through playing this sport? “I learned that being a good teammate is really important because you can’t win by yourself.”
What will you miss about tennis after graduation? “I’ll miss becoming such good friends with everyone and just playing. I always liked tennis and thought it was fun to play.”
Future Plans: Lauren plans to attend a four-year university to study biology. She also hopes to play softball in college.

 

IMG_2731Name: Wesley Larry
Parents’ Names:
Sam & Renee Larry
Sport:
Cross Country
Years Played:
This marks his sixth year on the team.
What has your favorite memory been over the years?
“Winning races on and off over the year against the foreign exchange student, Tatsumasa Abe.”
What are you most looking forward to about the upcoming season? “I’m looking forward to beating my own personal record.”
What have you and your team been doing to prepare for your first race? “Running. We run Monday through Thursday for three to five miles a day.”
How do you hope you will improve as a runner throughout the year? “I hope to get faster. I normally run a 19:30 during a race for 3.1 miles.”
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned through playing this sport? “Be sure to pace yourself and don’t run too fast.”
What will you miss about cross country after graduation? “I will miss my teammates because they’re all awesome and fun people.”
Future Plans: Wesley plans to attend a four-year university to study chemistry.

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Brothers of Baseball

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The participants of the 2013 “Battle of Champions” alumni game.

A blast of baseball players from the past will be taking Sanders Field this weekend in the “Brothers of Baseball” reunion and benefit game.

Ellwood City Baseball has been a cherished program by both the school district and community for many years.

The team has brought home a total of 23 Section Championships, 5 WPIAL Championships and 1 State Championship since its start.

Kevin Ricciuti, the pitcher for the 2003 WPIAL and State Champion team, decided to create the first alumni baseball game last year to honor former coach, Erwin “Bud” Campbell.

He accumulated a total of 60 years of coaching in Ellwood City and across Lawrence County. Campbell passed away on May 31, 2009 and the batting cages were dedicated in his honor that same year.

“The Battle of Champions” was a head to head face off of a combination of the 2001 and 2003 Championship teams versus the 2012 Championship team that raised money to purchase a plaque for outside of “Campbell’s Cages”.

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The plaque installed at Sanders Field to commemorate Bud Campbell.

The sign was installed and unveiled during a dedication ceremony at the Ellwood Baseball game on May 5.

Because of the success of the alumni game last year, Ricciuti decided to organize a second for this Saturday.

This time, the game will not only raise money toward the maintenance of “Campbell’s Cages”, but to also help his dad and former coach, Joe Ricciuti.

In January, Ricciuti suffered a stroke and was given surgery to remove a spinal tumor. He was forced to retire due to his limited physical abilities from the operation.

“It will be good to get him back on the field and for him to see the people who helped him along the way,” said Kevin about his dad.

Ricciuti has been a coach for 25 years in numerous Ellwood City sports including baseball, basketball and softball. Part of the money raised will go toward Ricciuti’s medical costs because of his dedication to the program and school district.

Because the young guys stole the game in an 11-1 finish last year, the team format will be changing. Players will be divided into two teams on game day, so the playing field is even.

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Ricciuti huddles his team on the mound in the 2013 game.

All baseball alumni of any year are encouraged to come down to the field and participate on Saturday.

The schedule for the night is as follows:

  • 5:00 p.m. – Gates Open
  • 6:00 p.m. – Pre-Game Warmups
  • 7:00 p.m. – Honorary First Pitch
  • 7:15 p.m. – Game Time

Admission is merely based off of donations accepted at the gate. A 50/50 raffle for Coach Ricciuti will also be held. Prizes will even be awarded between innings.

“Brothers of Baseball” will give these men the opportunity to step away from their everyday lives and take a trip down memory lane back on Sanders Field. This is a game you won’t want to miss!

“With everything that has happened to my dad, baseball has made me mentally strong and has helped me to keep my family strong,” said Ricciuti. “I felt like the bases were loaded, I was on the mound and I had to step up for my team.”

If you can’t make it to the game, but would still like to donate, you can mail a check to Kevin Ricciuti, 303 Division Avenue, Ellwood City, PA 16117. Checks should be made out to the “Ellwood Baseball Boosters” with the memo as “Bud Campbell Memorial Fund”.

Questions about the game or donations can also be directed to Kevin at (724)614-6111.

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Ellwood and Riverside Football Schedules Released

Football camp is only days away for both Ellwood City and Riverside High Schools. Both teams have a long road ahead to prepare for the 2014 season.

The Wolverines, under the direction of Head Coach Don Phillips, nearly broke even last year with a record of 4-5. Ellwood will have 20 pairs of senior shoes to fill after almost half of the 2013 team graduated.

The Panthers, run by Head Coach Tom Liberty, finished last season with a record of 1-8. Riverside will remain a fairly young team, only losing 10 seniors last year.

Despite the jam-packed schedules for both teams, the rival schools will not face off against each other this season. You can check out all of Ellwood and Riverside’s opponents below.

The 2014 Ellwood City Football schedule is as follows:

  • Saturday, August 16 – Ellwood at Allderdice High School 10:00 a.m. (Scrimmage)
  • Friday, August 22 – Ellwood vs Rochester Area High School 7:00 p.m. (Scrimmage)
  • Saturday, August 30 – Ellwood at Summit Academy 12:30 p.m.
  • Friday, September 5 – Ellwood vs New Brighton High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 12 – Ellwood vs Aliquippa High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 19 – Ellwood at Freedom Area High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 26 – Ellwood vs Burgettstown High School 7:00 p.m. (Homecoming)
  • Friday, October 3 – Ellwood vs Beaver Falls High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 10 – Ellwood at Mohawk Senior High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 17 – Ellwood at Laurel High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 24 – Ellwood vs Beaver Area High School 7:00 p.m. (Senior Night)

The 2014 Riverside Football schedule is also as follows:

  • Saturday, August 16 – Riverside at Avonworth Senior High School 10:00 a.m. (Scrimmage)
  • Friday, August 22 – Riverside at Quaker Valley High School 6:00 p.m. (Scrimmage)
  • Saturday, August 30 – Riverside at Bishop Canevin Catholic High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 5 – Riverside vs Western Beaver High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 12 – Riverside vs Neshannock High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 19 – Riverside at Rochester Area High School 7:30 p.m.
  • Friday, September 26 – Riverside vs North Catholic High School 7:00 p.m. (Homecoming)
  • Friday, October 3 – Riverside at Union Area High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 10 – Riverside at South Side Area High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 17 – Riverside vs Shenango High School 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 24 – Riverside vs Vincentian Academy 7:00 p.m. (Senior Night)
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Ellwood City Girls Softball to host Picnic

The Ellwood City Girls Softball League will hold its yearly picnic for the Lil Angels League and the Youth League on Thursday, August 7 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Stiefel Park.

Trophies will be awarded to first and second place season finishers and also the first and second place playoff winners. The league’s annual $500.00 scholarship winner will be announced.

On Friday, August 8, the T-Ball and Instructional Leagues will hold their annual picnic. All players will receive a trophy.

Girls that are moving up to the Lil Angels next year and all girls that played in the Lil Angels league this past season can sign-up for fall ball during the evening.

Additional sign-ups will be held August 12, 13 and 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Stiefel Park. The cost this year is $60.00 for the first sister, $25.00 for the second sister and $10.00 for any additional sisters. Girls from the Riverside league are welcome to play.

For more information, call (724)651-1572.

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Ellwood 18U All Star Softball Takes First Again

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Row 1: Karyn Kline and Bat Boy, Anthony Teolis
Row 2: Tatum Tomak, Carmella Teolis, Susie Blyth, Andi Hozick, Cheyenne Annarumo and Amber Leech
Row 3: Head Coach Sam A. Teolis, Kayla Murin, Coach Don Rutter, Teagon Osborne, Miranda Fuchs, RaeAnna Orock, Lexus Garvin, Coach Bill Orock and Assistant Head Coach Rick Tomak

The Ellwood City Girls Slow Pitch All Star Softball 18U team traveled to the Penn Trafford All Star Tournament on Saturday, July 12 and Sunday, July 13. The team took first place in the 19U division.

On Saturday, they beat Scottdale, Mt. Pleasant, and Plum to secure the number 1 seed for Sundays double elimination. On Sunday, the team again beat Scottdale in a come from behind win in the bottom of the seventh inning, and went on to beat Plum to secure the top spot in the championship.

In the championship, they again faced off with Scottdale and were able to win 11-7. This was the third first place the team has won at Penn Trafford in the past five years. They won a second place once during that time.

The team will next travel to Dayton, Ohio to play in the USSSA World Tournament on July 25-27 in the 19U division.

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Ellwood City to play in Colt League Championship

The results of the semi-finals for the Beaver County Colt League Baseball program are as follows:

North Division:

  • New Brighton beats Ellwood City McElwain’s, 6-1.
  • Ellwood City McElwain’s beats New Brighton, 6-3.
  • Ellwood City McElwain’s beats New Brighton, 1-0.

Ellwood City McElwain’s wins the series, 2-1.

South Division:

  • West Allegheny beats ABE, 16-9.
  • ABE beats West Allegheny, 7-3.
  • West Allegheny beats ABE, 3-2.

West Allegheny wins the series, 2-1.

This week’s Championship Series:

  • West Allegheny at Ellwood City McElwain’s – Tuesday, July 22nd at 7:00 p.m.
  • Ellwood City McElwain’s at West Allegheny – Thursday, July 24th at 5:30 p.m.
  • West Allegheny at Ellwood City McElwain’s – Tuesday, July 26th at 5:30 p.m. (if necessary)
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Ellwood 18U Softball All Stars Win Tournament

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Row 1 (left to right): Karyn Kline
Row 2: Tatum Tomak, Rachael Falen, Miranda Fuchs, Carmella Teolis, Kaitlyn Lallement and Amber Leech
Row 3: Sam A. Teolis, head coach, Raeanna O’Rock, Bill O’Rock, assistant coach, Lexus Garvin, Teagan Osborne, Andi Hozick, Don Rutter, assistant coach, Susie Blyth and Rick Tomak, assistant head coach.

Ellwood City Girls Youth Slow Pitch Softball 18u All Stars won the West Middlesex 2nd Annual “Swing For Life” Breast Cancer Benefit Slow Pitch Softball tournament.

The team beat Howland, Ohio 14-0 and West Middlesex X Factor 16-1 on Saturday to secure the number 1 seed for Sunday.

On Sunday, they again beat Howland, Ohio 16-1, and then the other Ellwood City 18u team 18-1 to get to the championship.

In the championship, they faced off with Austintown Green and won 13-11. The win came in the bottom of the seventh, down by two, two on and two outs. Andi Hozick then hit a three run home run to win the game.

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Beaver County Colt Baseball Playoff Schedule

A list of the first round playoff games for the Beaver County Colt League Baseball program is as follows:

North Division:

  • Tuesday, July 8th – 5:30 p.m. – Blackhawk AIS at New Brighton
  • Tuesday, July 8th – 7:00 p.m. – Beaver Falls at Ellwood City McElwains
  • Thursday, July 10th – 5:30 p.m. – New Brighton at Blackhawk AIS
  • Thursday, July 10th – 5:30 p.m. – Ellwood City McElwains at Beaver Falls

North Division (IF NECESSARY):

  • Saturday, July 12th – 5:30 p.m. – Blackhawk AIS at New Brighton
  • Saturday, July 12th – 7:00 p.m. – Beaver Falls at Ellwood City McElwains

South Division:

  • Tuesday, July 8th – 5:30 p.m. – Hopewell 16’s at West Allegheny
  • Tuesday, July 8th – 5:30 p.m. – Moon at ABE
  • Thursday, July 10th – 5:30 p.m. – West Allegheny at Hopewell 16’s
  • Thursday, July 10th – 5:30 p.m. – ABE at Moon McCormick Field

South Division (IF NECESSARY):

  • Saturday, July 12th – 5:30 p.m. – Hopewell 16’s at West Allegheny
  • Saturday, July 12th – 5:30 p.m. – Moon at ABE

Game scores and results will be provided as they are received.

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Youth Baseball Round-Up: Playoff Edition

Little League:

Wolves 9 – Lions 5

Wolves Leading Pitchers:

  • Nick Neupauer pitched 6 innings for a total of 13 strikeouts and 9 walks.
  • Rody Polojac pitched 2 innings for a total of 5 strikeouts and 0 walks.

Lions Leading Pitchers:

  • Skylar Bartolomeo pitched 4.1 innings for a total of 10 strikeouts and 9 walks.
  • Ethan Coy pitched 3.2 innings for a total of 8 strikeouts and 2 walks.

Wolves Leading Batters:

  • Nick Neupauer batted 4 times for a total of 3 hits and 2 RBIs.
  • Trent Smith batted 2 times for a total of 1 hit and 1 RBI.
  • Tyler Richards batted 3 times for a total of 1 hit and 2 RBIs.

Lions Leading Batters:

  • Skylar Bartolomeo batted 3 times for a total of 2 hits.
  • Kelton Docchio batted 4 times for a total of 1 hit.
  • Ethan Pilarski batted 4 times for a total of 1 hit and 2 RBIs.
  • Noah Magill batted 3 times for a total of 1 hit.

It was a wild opener for the 2014 ECABF Little League Playoffs Semi-Finals at Friedhoff Field Thursday night when the Wolves prevailed in extra innings. It was a game filled with strikeouts and walks, with each team recording 18 strike outs, while allowing only 5 hits apiece but combining for 23 walks.

The Lions again jumped out to an early lead when Kelton Docchio reached on an error and Skylar Bartolomeo had a base hit. Ethan Coy and Brayden Veres both walked to push in the first Lions’ run. Ethan Pilarski knocked in two more runs on another Wolves error and Angelo Agostinelli picked up an RBI with a sacrifice to make the score 4-0 Lions after one inning.

The Lions added another run in the third on four walks by Ethan Hughes, Brayden Veres, Angelo Agostinelli and Justin Bailey.

The Wolves finally got on the board in the top of the fourth when Caden Crizer was hit by a pitch and Nick Neupauer recorded an inside the park home run on a fluke play where the Lions’ second baseman and right fielder collided.

The next batter, Ryan Gibbons, was hit by a pitch to force starting pitcher Ethan Coy from the game. The Wolves drew three straight walks by Trent Smith, Tyler Richards and Hyland Oesterling to add another run which made the score 5-3 Lions.

The Wolves starting pitcher, Nick Neupauer, got on track striking out the side in the fourth and fifth innings.

In the top of the sixth, down by two runs, Caden Crizer draws a lead off walk for the Wolves followed by a double off the left field wall by Nick Neupauer. Ryan Gibbons then grounded out to second base, but scored Crizer from third base.  Trent Smith walked and Tyler Richards hit an RBI single to tie the game 5-5.

In the bottom of the sixth, Neupauer walked the bases loaded, with Brock Biega, Skylar Bartolomeo and Ethan Hughes each drawing walks, but was able to pitch his way out of a jam to send the game into extra innings.

Lions’ pitcher, Skylar Bartolomeo, struck out the side in order in the top of the seventh inning. Wolves’ reliever, Rody Polojac, then retired the Lions 1 – 2 – 3 in the bottom of the seventh including 2 strike outs.

With two outs in the top of the eighth, Nick Neupauer singled and Ryan Gibbons walked to put two on for the Wolves. Trent Smith then knocked in what proved to be the game winning run with a two-RBI single – scoring Neupauer and Gibbons. Tyler Richards then reached on an error and Hyland Oesterling, Caden Meyers, and Brayden Strohecker each walked to score two more, making the score 9-5 Wolves.

Rody Polojac closed out the game striking out the side in the bottom of the eighth to give the Wolves the victory in Game 1 of the three game series.

Polojac was the winning pitcher, pitching two innings – striking out 5 and without giving up a walk. Neupauer was the Wolves’ starter, pitching 6 innings – striking out 13 and walking 9.

Wolves 9 – Lions 5

Wolves Leading Pitchers:

  • Nick Neupauer pitched 3 innings for a total of 6 strikeouts and 2 walks.
  • Ryan Gibbons pitched 3 innings for a total of 4 strikeouts and 1 walk.

Lions Leading Pitchers:

  • Ethan Coy pitched 3 innings for a total of 6 strikeouts and 4 walks.
  • Skylar Bartolomeo pitched 2 innings for a total of 2 strikeouts and 4 walks.
  • Angelo Agostinelli pitched 1 inning for a total of 2 strikeouts and 0 walks.

Wolves Leading Batters:

  • Nick Neupauer batted 2 times for a total of 2 hits.
  • Rody Polojac batted 3 times for a total of 2 hits and 1 RBI.
  • Ryan Gibbons batted 2 times for a total of 1 hit and 1 RBI.
  • Caden Meyers batted 1 time for a total of 1 hit and 1 RBI.

Lions Leading Batters:

  • Kelton Docchio batted 3 times for a total of 2 hits.
  • Ethan Pilarski batted 1 time for a total of 1 hit.
  • Brock Biega batted 2 times for a total of 1 hit.
  • Ethan Hughes batted 3 times for a total of 1 hit and 1 RBI.

The Wolves took Game 3 of the semi-final series with the Lions Saturday night to advance to the Championship series starting Monday, June 30, 2014.

The Wolves got on the board in the top of the first when Nick Neupauer hit a double, stole third and then stole home.

The Wolves added another run in the top of the second when Brennen Marsh drew a walk, Caden Meyers was hit by a pitch, and Braden Strohecker walked. With bases loaded, Brock Newman had an infield hit to score Marsh. The Wolves led 2-0.

The Lions came back in the bottom of the second to tie the game when Ethan Pilarski was hit by a pitch and Angelo Agostinelli walked to put two on for the Lions. Justin Bailey knocked them in with a base hit to left field.

The Wolves regained the lead in the top of the third when Nick Neupauer was walked and Ryan Gibbons drove him in with a double to make the score 3-2.

The Wolves added two more in the top of the fourth when Rody Polojac led of the inning with a double and was driven in by Trent Smith who also doubled. Smith was knocked in by a base hit by Caden Meyers to make the score 5-2.

The added four more runs in the top of the sixth inning when Nick Neupauer led off with a single and was driven in by a base hit by Rody Polojac. Polojac stole second and third and scored on a ground out by Trent Smith.

Brennan Marsh singled and Hyland Oesterling, Caden Meyers, and Brayden Strohecker each walked to score Marsh. Oesterling scored when Brock Newman was hit by a pitch to make the score 9-2 Wolves.

The Lions fought to the very end. Kelton Docchio led off the bottom of the sixth with a double and was driven in by an RBI single by Skylar Bartolomeo. Bartolomeo was driven in on a base hit by Ethan Hughes. Ethan Pilarski drove in Hughes to round out the scoring for a final score of 9-5.

Nick Neupauer was the winning pitcher, pitching three innings – striking out 6 and walking 2. Ryan Gibbons pitched the final three innings for the Wolves– striking out 4 and walking 1.

The Wolves will defend their 2013 ECABF Little League Championship in a rematch of last year’s final against Johnny’s Pizza. The three game championship series will begin Monday, June 30, 2014 at 8:00pm at Freidhoff Field. Game 2 will be Tuesday at 8pm and if Game 3 is needed, it will be played Wednesday at 8pm.

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