UPCOMING NEWS & GAMES


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020


GRAMMAR SCHOOL FALL SOFTBALL AT KILLINGWORTH I.S., KILLINGWORTH, CT


9:00 – BREAKERS VS MONARCHS


10:40 – MONARCHS VS COBRA KAI “THE SEQUEL”


12:20 – BREAKERS VS COBRA KAI “THE SEQUEL”


MIDDLE SCHOOL FALL SOFTBALL AT SHELDON PARK, KILLINGWORTH, CT


9:00 (DH) – MONARCHS VS BELLTOWN


12:20 (DH) – CARDINALS VS BREAKERS


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2020


HIGH SCHOOL FALL SOFTBALL IN KILLINGWORTH, CT


9:00 (DH) – TIGERS VS CLINTON CRUSH AT SHELDON PARK


9:00 (DH) – ILLUSION VS COBRA KAI “THE SEQUEL” AT HKIS


12:20 (DH) – MURDER HORNETS VS FLAMES AT SHELDON PARK


12:20 (DH) – HORNETS VS HAWKS AT HKIS


MIDDLE SCHOOL FALL SOFTBALL AT EAST HAMPTON  LL FIELD, EAST HAMPTON, CT


3:00 (DH) – BELLTOWN VS BREAKERS


12U FALL SOFTBALL AT PANTHORN PARK, PLANTSVILLE, CT


12:00 (DH) VS WALLINGFORD CARDINALS



 






 


 










 

 

 

 



ED HOBSON – DIRECTOR
65 ORCUTT DRIVE
GUILFORD, CT 06437
(203) 530-3964
hobson01@comcast.net

STING FALL SOFTBALL 2020

WITH WEEK FOUR BEHIND US AND WEEK FIVE UPCOMING, COBRA KAI “THE SEQUEL” INCREASED THEIR STANDINGS LEAD  TO TWO GAMES IN THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DIVISION.  

IN MIDDLE SCHOOL, WITH THE BREAKERS IDLE ON SATURDAY, THE  MONARCHS WON THEIR DOUBLEHEADER AND TOOK SOLE POSSESSION OF SECOND PLACE.  BELLTOWN CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE DIVISION AT A PERFECT 6-0.

THE TIGERS WON THEIR DOUBLEHEADER AND JUMPED INTO SOLE POSSESSION OF FIRST PLACE AT 7-1, AS ILLUSION SWEPT THE PREVIOUSLY UNDEFEATED FLAMES.  ILLUSION AND THE FLAMES ARE TIED IN SECOND PLACE AT 6-2, ONE GAME BACK.

GS SCHEDULE/RESULTS     MS SCHEDULE/RESULTS     HS SCHEDULE/RESULTS     STANDINGS

14U GOLD RUNNERS UP AT FPN

14U GOLD PICTURED ABOVE AFTER THEIR LAST 14U EVENT (THE TEAM BECOMES 16U WHITE IN 2021) IN FRONT FROM LEFT:  KILEY MULLINS, LEXI FALCIONI, ADDIE SMITH, ALAYNA MARIANI.  STANDING IN REAR FROM LEFT:  ADRIANA HILLS, GABI SENERCHIA, ALEX BACHER, GABBY BIGIO, EMMA BAYOR, NATALIA LUCIBELLO.

STING 14U BLUE A PERFECT 4-0 FIRST PLACE AT FASTPITCH NATION

STING BLUE……….WOOOOOOOOOO!

A SOMETIMES CHALLENGING SEASON, CAME TO A WONDERFUL, SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION FOR THE VERY ENTHUSIASTIC PLAYERS AND FANS OF STING 14U BLUE, AS THEY FINISHED A PERFECT 4-0 AND IN FIRST PLACE AT “KEEP THE SEASON GOIN’ II” AT FASTPITCH NATION IN WINDSOR, CT ON AUGUST 16.  STING BLUE COLLECTED VICTORIES VS. THE FIREBALLS AND BATTER’S BOX RENEGADES (YOUNGER TEAM) ON SATURDAY AND BATTER’S BOX RENEGADES (OLDER TEAM) AND THE, ALWAYS TOUGH, SOUTHINGTON LIGHTNING ON SUNDAY.  IT WAS TOTAL TEAM EFFORT ON THE FIELD, BEHIND THE STRONG RIGHT ARM OF JAMIE BUCIOR AND THE STRONG LEFT ARM OF NINA DEMENNATO IN THE CIRCLE, WITH OCCASIONAL HELP FROM MELANIE MARTIN.  ABOVE:  STING 14U BLUE POSES UNDER THE SCOREBOARD OF THEIR HARD FOUGHT NIGHTCAP WIN AGAINST THE LIGHTNING.  PICTURED ABOVE IN BACK (FROM LEFT) ARE MELANIE MARTIN, EMMA GETROST, COACH KATIE HOBSON, HAILEY CHRISTENSEN, JENNY CRETELLA, ALYSSIA MAIKOWSKI, ANNA SOLIWODA, JAMIE BUCIOR, JENNY SCHAUDER NINA DEMENNATO, HEAD COACH DAN MARSH AND COACH MIKE BUCIOR.  IN FRONT (FROM LEFT) ARE COURTNEY VAUSE, AVERY STADLER, SADIE IOZZIA AND TAYLOR FERRIAOLO.  AT THE RIGHT, JAMIE BUCIOR AND ANNA SOLIWODA CELEBRATE A SUCCESSFUL DEFENSIVE INNING ON SATURDAY AND  CATCHER MELANIE MARTIN TRACKS AND CATCHES A SHORT POP IN FRONT OF THE PLATE ON SUNDAY.

SHORELINE STINGER XIII CONCLUDES WITH SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIPS

ANOTHER YEAR IN THE BOOKS FOR STING’S HOSTED TOURNAMENT.  THE POPULAR SHORELINE STINGER XIII CONCLUDED ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, WITH CHAMPIONS NAMED IN ALL FOUR BRACKETS.  IN THE 12U AGE GROUP, CT RAMS DEFEATED SEYMOUR TRADITION FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP.  IN 14U, LI CRUSH WON OVER RUNNER UP NEWTOWN THUNDER.  THE CT BOMBERS BLACK TOOK THE 16U BRACKET OVER THE CT TITANS GREEN.  IN 18U, ROTTERDAM REIGN WON THE CHAMPIONSHIP AND SHORELINE STING FINISHER RUNNER UP.  THANKS TO ALL TEAMS THAT PARTICIPATED AND ESPECIALLY TO THE DEDICATED HELP FROM OUR STING PARENT GROUP.  LOOK FOR SHORELINE STINGER XIV ON JULY 31 & AUGUST 1, 2021.  PICTURED BELOW IS LI CRUSH WITH THEIR 14U CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD CUP.

WHAT A WEEKEND! PERFECT 4-0 IN MERIDEN FOR STING 16U GOLD

STING 16U GOLD DOMINATED THE THREE DAY SUMMER SPECTACULAR EVENT ON JULY 24 – 26 IN MERIDEN, CT.  ON FRIDAY, COACH GAGE’S GOLD BEAT THE CT BULLETS 8-0. THE CENTRAL MASS PANTHERS AND CHARLETON WILDFIRE FELL VICTIM TO GOLD ON SATURDAY, 7-2 AND 5-0, RESPECTIVELY. STING FINISHED OFF THE PERFECT WEEKEND KNOCKING OFF THE CT LADY KNIGHTS 9-6 ON SUNDAY.  THE PITCHING WAS PHENOMENAL ALL WEEKEND, WITH VICTORIA GAGE RECORDING THE TWO SHUT OUT WINS.  THE BATS CAME ALIVE ALL WEEKEND, WITH PAYTON LOWE, MEGAN HART AND EMILEY WILSON LEADING THE OFFENSIVE CHARGE.  FRANKIE FOSTER BURNED UP THE BASE PATHS.  SHORTSTOP GRACE LATHROP WAS FLAWLESS DEFENSIVELY, PLAYING ERROR FREE BALL ON 20 CHANCES.  PICTURED BELOW (KNEELING FROM LEFT) EMILEY WILSON, GRACE LATHROP, HENDRIX KRUSZEWSKI, VIVIAN PARADIS AND CHRISTINA LOMBARDI.  (STANDING FROM LEFT) COACH MATT O’CONNOR, MEGAN HART, PAYTON LOWE, CAYLEE PARKER, FRANKIE FOSTER, VICTORIA GAGE AND COACH DAVE GAGE.

JULY 17 – 19

14U GOLD RUNNERS UP AT USSSA NORTHEAST NATIONALS

STING 14U GOLD WON SIX CONSECUTIVE POOL GAMES FOR A #1 SEED IN THE USSSA NORTHEAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.  THE EVENT WAS PLAYED OVER FOUR DAYS AT “FASTPITCH NATION” IN WINDSOR, CT.

STING GOLD BEAT KING PHILIP PRIDE AND THE PHILADELPHIA SPIRIT ON THURSDAY, JULY 16, BEACON EXTREME WHITE AND SMITHFIELD STORM (BOYD) ON FRIDAY, JULY 17 AND DUCHESS DEBS AND BLUE THUNDER ON SATURDAY.

IN SUNDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND, STING GOLD TOOK OUT SMITHFIELD STORM (ROUMELIS) IN THE QUARTERFINALS AND CENTRAL MASS VOODOO IN THE SEMIFINALS, ONLY TO LOSE TO SMITHFIELD STORM (BOYD) IN THE FINALS, FOR AN IMPRESSIVE RUNNER UP FINISH.

WE ARE VERY PROUD TO REPORT THAT THE UMPIRES AWARDED COACH SENERCHIA AND STING GOLD THE TOURNAMENT SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD AND SHORTSTOP LEXI FALCIONI WAS AWARDED TOURNAMENT DEFENSIVE MVP.

PICTURED ABOVE SPORTING THEIR CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS ARE (KNEELING FROM LEFT) GABBY BIGIO, ALAYNA MARIANI, ADDIE SMITH, NATALIA LUCIBELLO, GABI SENERCHIA, ADRIANA HILLS AND KILEY MULLINS.  (STANDING FROM LEFT) ALEX BACHER, EMMA BAYOR, MORGAN MODINE AND LEXI FALCIONI.  AT RIGHT, COACH RUSS SENERCHIA AND LEXI FALCIONI HOLDING HER DEFENSIVE MVP AWARD.

JULY 11 – 12

STING 18U WINS IN EAST HARTFORD WITH PERFECT 4 – 0 WEEKEND

STING 18U TOOK THE CHAMPIONSHIP CUP IN THE ELITE SPORTS TOURNAMENT IN EAST HARTFORD, CT.  THEY DEFEATED “BOBBY VALENTINES” TITANS 3-0 IN A HARD FOUGHT SATURDAY OPENER, BEHIND BAILEY COMEAU’S SHUT OUT GEM.  THE BATS EXPLODED IN SATURDAY’S GAME TWO WITH A 16-2 WIN VS XTREME CHAOS.  RACHEL MILLER GOT THE WIN.  COMEAU WON A TOUGH SUNDAY GAME AGAINST THE CENTRAL MASS VOODOO.  IT WAS MILLER AGAIN IN THE SUNDAY’S “RUN LIMIT” FINALE VS BNB ROX 12-2.  CAMARYN REYNOLDS LED THE RUN PRODUCTION WITH EIGHT RBIS ON THE WEEKEND. STING 18U PICTURED ABOVE (SITTING FROM LEFT) BRENNA COMEAU, JILL BATICK, JAELYNN POTTER (WITH TROPHY), JULIE VINCENT, RACHEL MILLER, CHEYENNE ZVINGALAS, HAILEY HILL, ALEX BURDICK.  (STANDING FROM LEFT) BAILEY COMEAU, CAMARYN REYNOLDS AND COACHES, BRUCE MILLER, KATHY BURDICK, ED HOBSON AND AARON BURDICK.  (MISSING ARE MacKENZIE PETERS AND TAYLOR MYERS)

JULY 3 – 5

STING 18U AND 14U GOLD SPARKLE IN MERIDEN

AFTER A FRIDAY NIGHT RAIN OUT, STING 18U, ONCE AGAIN SWEPT THE FIELD IN MERIDEN, CT AT THE SPARTAN SPECTACULAR.  MACKENZIE PETERS, BAILEY COMEAU AND RACHEL MILLER WON THEIR GAMES IN THE CIRCLE.  PETERS WAS A PERFECT 8-8 AT THE PLATE IN THE EVENT.

12U GOLD PLAYED “UP” IN THEIR FIRST 14U EVENT.  ON SATURDAY, COACH DURKIN’S TEAM, SWEPT THE HOST 14U CT HURRICANES 10-1 AND 15-0 IN A DOUBLEHEADER.  CHRISTINA ANIERO WON THE OPENER, YIELDING ONLY ONE RUN.  KYRA MANNING AND ERIN CERNEY COMBINED FOR THE SHUT OUT IN THE NIGHTCAP.

STING 14U BLUE TAKE JULY 4TH TRIP TO HERSHEY, PA

PICTURED ABOVE, STING 14U BLUE IN PALMYRA, PA.  FROM FRONT LEFT HAILEY CHRISTENSEN, JENNA SCHAUDER, AVERY STADLER, EMMA GETROST, MELANIE MARTIN, ANNA SOLIWODA, ALYSSA MAIKOWSKI, COURTNEY VAUSE, SADIE IOZZIA, TAYLOR FERRIALO, JENNY CRETELLA,  JAMIE BUCIOR, NINA DEMENNATO.  COACHES IN REAR FROM LEFT, DAN MARSH, MIKE BUCIOR, KATIE HOBSON.

JULY 2, 2020 – CVFL……….

STING 10U SWEEPS THUNDER

OUR YOUNGEST GROUP, STING 10U, DEFEATED THE SOUTHINGTON THUNDER  10-7 AND 9-5 IN CONNECTICUT VALLEY FASTPITCH LEAGUE DOUBLEHEADER ACTION ON THURSDAY, JULY 2. 

IN GAME #1, STING’S SARAH O’BRIEN BROKE OPEN A 5-5 TIE IN THE BOTTOM OF THE THIRD WITH AN RBI DOUBLE.  STING HELD THE LEAD THROUGHOUT.  BRIANNA PALMESE GOT THE WIN IN THE CIRCLE.  IN GAME #2, THE THUNDER SCORED FIVE RUNS IN THE FIRST INNING, BUT 10U STING FOUGHT TO CATCH UP THROUGHOUT AND TOOK THE VICTORY 9-5.

JUNE 24, 2020 – CVFL……….

STING 12U BLUE BEATS WALLINGFORD WITH PITCHING GEM

STING 12U BLUE (11 YEAR OLDS) OPENED THEIR CVFL SEASON WITH AN AMAZING SHARED PERFORMANCE IN THE CIRCLE.  LAUREN VITARISI AND ADRIENNE FROST LED THEIR TEAM TO A 1-0 SHUT OUT WIN VS THE WALLINGFORD CARDINALS AT PRAGEMANN PARK, WALLINGFORD.  OUR PAIR OF YOUNG PITCHING ACES COMBINED FOR 16 STRIKE OUTS IN THE EFFORT.

JUNE 20 & 21, 2020……….

OFF WITH A BANG!!!

PICTURED RIGHT, STING 14U GOLD SHORTSTOP, ALEXA FALCIONI RECEIVES A THROW AND PREPARES TO TAG A RUNNER OUT AT SECOND IN ACTION AT FASTPITCH NATION, WINDSOR. 

PICTURED BELOW, STING 16U GOLD, EMILEY WILSON LAYS OUT TO SNAG A LINE DRIVE AT THIRD BASE AT “CT TIGER’S SUMMER SLAM” IN MERIDEN.  COACH GAGE’S TEAM SPLIT THEIR FOUR-GAME WEEKEND. 

ALL OF THE GAMES OVER THE WEEKEND WERE PLAYED AS “EVENTS”, AS OPPOSED TO A TOURNAMENT FORMAT. 

STING 18U BESTED EVERYONE IN THE FIELD AND FINISHED THE “SUMMER SLAM” IN MERIDEN UNDEFEATED!  16U BLUE EXCELLED IN EAST HARTFORD, ENDING 3-1 AGAINST A VERY COMPETITIVE FIELD.  MOST IMPRESSIVELY, STING 14U GOLD PLAYED UP IN THE 16U BRACKET AT FASTPITCH NATION’S OPENER IN WINDSOR.  COACH SENERCHIA’S TEAM FINISHED 3-1 AGAINST THE OLDER COMPETITION.  STING 14U BLUE WENT .500 IN FRANKLIN, FINISHING 2-2 IN THE FATHER’S DAY SLUGFEST.  STING 10U AND STING 12U BLUE FINISHED 2-2 AND 1-3, RESPECTIVELY IN CHESHIRE.  MOST TEAMS WILL BE IN ACTION, BEGINNING FRIDAY, JUNE 26.

RACHEL MILLER COMMITS TO SCSU……….

AFTER EVALUATING OFFERS FROM SCORES OF SCHOOLS, 18U STANDOUT PITCHER RACHEL MILLER HAS SIGNED TO PLAY IN HER OWN BACKYARD FOR DII SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY IN NEW HAVEN.

RACHEL WAS A DYNAMIC FORCE IN THE CIRCLE FOR STING 18U IN 2019, WITH A RECORD OF 18-10, WITH 90 STRIKE OUTS AND AN ERA OF 3.16.  (RACHEL WON 2019 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AT “WAVES SUMMER SLAM” IN RHODE ISLAND AND THE “CHAMPIONS” NATIONAL EVENT IN OSWEGO, NY)  AT THE PLATE, SHE HIT .408 (.457 OBP, .536 SLUGGING).  RACHEL PLAYED AN INTEGRAL PART IN WATERFORD HIGH SCHOOL’S 2019 CLASS M STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON.

AT SCSU, MILLER WILL BE PLAYING FOR COACH JILLIAN RISPOLI AND PITCHING COACH CHRISTINE AKCER, A LONG-TIME SHORELINE STING VETERAN. 

RACHEL WILL PURSUE A DEGREE IN EDUCATION AT SCSU AND LOOKS FORWARD TO A GREAT CAREER WITH THE OWLS.  WE ALL WISH HER MUCH SUCCESS.THE TEAM CELEBRATES RACHEL’S HOME RUN BLAST IN THE FINAL TOURNAMENT EVENT OF 2019.

STING DOMINATES USM GAMES

ON SUNDAY, MARCH 8, STING 16U GOLD (WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM 18U AND 14U BLUE) SOUNDLY WHIPPED ALL OF THEIR OPPONENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE 18U GAMES IN GORHAM, ME.  STING OPENED WITH A 4-0 WIN VS. THE POWERFUL SOUTHERN MAINE RIVER RATS (18U), BEHIND A SHUT OUT BY 18U PITCHER, RACHEL MILLER.  IN GAME TWO, 16U GOLD PITCHER VICTORIA GAGE WAS ON FIRE IN THE CIRCLE, THROWING AN 11-0 SHUTOUT VS. NH COMETS RED (16U).  IN THE FINAL TILT, CHRISTINA LOMBARDI, WITH HELP FROM MILLER, BEAT THE NH COMETS (16U) 5 – 2.  THE HITTERS CRUSHED THE BALL ALL DAY.  PICTURED ABOVE, BACK ROW FROM LEFT:  JAMIE BUCIOR (14U BLUE), JAELYNN POTTER (18U), RACHEL MILLER (18U), PAYTON LOWE, HENDRIX KRUSZEWSKI, VIVIAN PARADIS.  FRONT FROM LEFT:  EMILEY WILSON, MEGAN HART, VICTORIA GAGE, GRACE LATHROP.

12U GOLD AT ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE SOFTBALL CLINIC

COACH DURKIN’S 12U GOLD TEAM PARTICIPATED IN THE ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE SKILLS CLINIC ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 IN WEST HARTFORD.  AFTER THE CLINIC, THE TEAM ATTENDED THE HARTFORD WOLFPACK HOCKEY GAME.  BETWEEN THE CLINIC AND THE GAME, THE TEAM ENJOYS CUPCAKES.  PICTURED ARE:  STANDING FROM LEFT:  ERIN CERNEY, KALEIGH DURKIN, MAKALA ANDERSON, McKAYLA GREENWOOD, CHRISTINA ANEIRO, MIA STARLING, KYRA MANNING.  KNEELING FROM LEFT:  ABBY YOUNG, ANAI ALVAREZ, AVA RYSCZCZK, LILY ARDITO (WHO DOES NOT SEEM TO BE ENJOYING HERS)


HAILEY HILL TO PLAY AT MITCHELL COLLEGE

STING 18U INFIELDER, PITCHER AND UTILITY PLAYER, HAILEY HILL, HAS AGREED TO PLAY FOR MITCHELL COLLEGE IN NEW LONDON, CT, COMMENCING IN THE 2021 SEASON.  MARINER HEAD COACH, ERIN MILLER IS VERY PLEASED TO HAVE HAILEY ON HER 2021 ROSTER.  AT GRISWOLD HIGH SCHOOL, HAILEY HAS STARTED AT THIRD BASE SINCE HER SOPHOMORE YEAR.  SHE ALSO LETTERED IN VOLLEYBALL IN THE FALL.  HAILEY CAN LEGITIMATELY PLAY EVERY POSITION ON THE FIELD, EXCEPT FOR CATCHER, AND WILL PROBABLY HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY ALL EIGHT DURING HER 2020 SUMMER SEASON WITH STING 18U.  SPEED AND VERSATILITY ARE HER GREATEST ASSETS.

“WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO HAVE HAILEY JOIN THE MITCHELL SOFTBALL PROGRAM IN THE UPCOMING YEAR”.  SAID MILLER.  “SHE HAS FIT IN EFFORTLESSLY WITH OUR TEAM AND I THINK HER LOVE OF SOFTBALL AND COMMITMENT TO HER EDUCATION WILL ALLOW HER TO BE SUCCESSFUL HERE.  WE CANNOT WAIT TO HAVE HER AND HER FAMILY BE A PART OF OUR PROGRAM.  GO MARINERS!”

HAILEY WILL GRADUATE WITH HIGH HONORS FROM GRISWOLD HIGH SCHOOL IN THE SPRING.  SHE INTENDS TO PURSUE A DEGREE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE / LAW ENFORCEMENT AT MITCHELL.  WE ALL WISH HAILEY SUCCESS IN HER ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PURSUITS THROUGHOUT HER COLLEGIATE CAREER.

                                        STING 18U REYNOLDS SIGNS WITH RWU

ITS OFFICIAL!  STING 18U STANDOUT OUTFIELDER, CAMARYN REYNOLDS HAS SIGNED A PLAYING AGREEMENT WITH ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY IN BRISTOL, RI., COMMENCING IN THE 2021 SEASON.  CAMI PLAYED IN 52 GAMES IN SUMMER 2019, HITTING .350, WITH NINE EXTRA BASE HITS.  LAST YEAR AS A JUNIOR AT HAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL, SHE WAS SELECTED AS AN ALL-SCC CONFERENCE OUTFIELDER.  CAMI IS LOOKING FORWARD TO PLAYING HER SENIOR YEAR AT HAMDEN, BEGINNING IN APRIL, 2020 AND HER STING TRAVEL TOURNAMENT SEASON, BEGINNING IN JUNE.  SHE WILL BE FINISHING UP HER ACADEMIC CAREER AT HAMDEN AS A HIGH HONOR STUDENT.

CAMI WAS RECRUITED BY RWU AT 2019 SHOWCASE EVENTS IN LONDONDERRY, NH, SWANSEA, MA AND PROVIDENCE, RI, WHERE SHE EXCELLED IN EVERY TOURNAMENT GAME.  RWU HEAD COACH, JOYCE MAUDIE SAYS, “SHE IS VERY HAPPY TO HAVE CAMI JOIN THEIR ROSTER.”  CAMI WILL BE JOINING RWU STING VETERANS ALEX BURDICK AND TAYLOR MYERS ON THE ROGER WILLIAMS ROSTER.  HARD WORK PAYS OFF AND WE ALL WISH CAMI WELL IN HER ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PURSUITS.

STING 14U TEAMS BOTH PLAY AT ADIRONDACK DOME

14U GOLD FINISHES RUNNER UP IN ADIRONDACK WINTER BLAST

PICTURED ABOVE, 14U GOLD 2020 WINTER BLAST RUNNERS UP:  SITTING FROM LEFT, KILEY MULLINS, NATALIA LUCIBELLO, ADDIE SMITH, GABI SENERCHIA, ALEXA FALCIONI, ADRIANA HILLS.  STANDING FROM LEFT, MORGAN MODINE, EMMA BAYOR, ALAYNA MARIANI AND ALEXANDRA BACHER.  (MISSING IS GABBY BIGIO.)

ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JANUARY, 25 & 26, 2020, BOTH STING TEAMS PLAYED IN THE WINTER BLAST EVENT AT THE ADIRONDACK DOME IN QUEENSBURY, NY.  STING BLUE WON THEIR OPENER VS. THE WESTCHESTER HEAT (NY) 10-2, BEHIND PITCHER JAMIE BUCIOR.  STING GOLD FINISHED SATURDAY’S POOL ROUND 2-1, HIGHLIGHTED BY TWO HOME RUNS FROM NATALIA LUCIBELLO AND ONE FROM ADDIE SMITH.

SUNDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND OPENED WITH A STING VS. STING CONTEST, WITH STING GOLD WINNING BEHIND EMMA BAYOR IN THE CIRCLE.  EMMA PITCHED A SHUTOUT AND PUNCTUATED THE PERFORMANCE WITH A MONSTER HOME RUN TO RIGHT CENTER FIELD.  COACH SENERCHIA’S TEAM WENT ON TO WIN THE QUARTERFINALS VS. THE EMPIRE STATE HUSKIES (HOTLE) (NY) AND THE SEMIFINALS VS. THE NY DIAMOND GIRLS.  BOTH SUNDAY WINS WERE CREDITED TO ALEXANDRA BACHER IN THE CIRCLE.  BAYOR, ALEXA FALCIONI AND MORGAN MODINE ADDED SUNDAY HOME RUNS.  14U GOLD LOST IN THE THE FINALS TO THE VERY TOUGH EMPIRE STATE HUSKIES (CORBIN) (NY), FINISHING RUNNERS UP IN THE VERY COMPETITIVE 16 TEAM FIELD.

 

STING 2019 FALL SEASON ENDS WITH PLAYOFF CHAMPIONSHIPS

RACCOONS – MIDDLE SCHOOL CHAMPIONS

ANAPHYLAXIS – HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS