Hi-Hills Leagues Results

The following is a list of Hi-Hills League results by day with the most recent result at the top and then past results below that. Check back often for updated results!

HI-HILLS LEAGUES RESULTS

Day 18– August 15, 2012

THE CHAMPIOSNHIP ROUND!

Girls’ Soccer

Megamillions             0              

Eliminators                 1

In an instant classic on the soccer pitch, coach Emily’s East Coast Eliminators brought home the 2012 Hi-Hills Girls’ Leagues Championship with a heart-stopping 1-0 win over the tough-minded Megamillions.  In a game that would have inspired the immortal Mr. G to utter his famous catch phrase, “Ya gotta love those leagues!”, the two teams battled up and down the field all game long with Bunk 10’s Isabella Perry scoring the lone goal midway through the 1st half.  Morgan Champey and Savannah Sussman  did everything they could for the Megamillions with several great scoring chances, while Erin Flahery and Elizabeth LeClerc were also outstanding for coach Megan’s troops.  The Eliminators received excellent play in the field from another Bunk 10 rookie, Cassidy Gesualdo, while Kalli Mangean was absolutely heroic on defense.  Madison Gesualdo was the clincher for the champions, as she made 8 big saves in goal, including a diving stop in the final 10 seconds to preserve the title for the Eliminators.  Congratulations to BOTH teams for an outstanding finale to an exceptional Girls’ Leagues season!

SERIES RESULTS

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Boys Leagues                                                                                     

#3 Wolverines vs. #4 Oranges                                                         

Soccer – Wolverines 3, Oranges 2

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 10, Oranges 7

(Wolverines win series, 1-0)               

Girls Leagues

#1 Eliminators vs. #2 Megamillions

Basketball – Eliminators 12, Megamillions 6

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 8, Eliminators 7

Soccer – Eliminators 1, Megamillions 0         

(Eliminators win series, 2-1)

 

                                    

                                                                                               

Day 17– August 13, 2012

THE CHAMPIOSNHIP ROUND!

 

 

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

 

Oranges          7

 Wolverines      10

 

Coach RJ’s Wolverines are the 2012 Hi-Hills Boys’ Leagues Champions!  Nick Spinelli drove in 4 runs and played flawlessly in the field, while James “Birdman” Toolan laced 2 doubles to right field and also drove in 4 runs, as the Wolverines swept their championship series with the Annoying Oranges after a 10-7 win.  Edward McCarthy, Mitchell Dubson, and Jake Beers did their absolute best to keep the Oranges alive, with each team member driving in 2 runs. However, the Wolverines turned 2 double plays in the field and got the timely hits when needed to capture the title.  Josh Monto was another hitting star for the Wolverines, with 3 singles from the leadoff spot.  Both teams will receive their trophies in an Awards Ceremony on Thursday.

 

 Girls’ Tennis Baseball

 Megamillions             8              

Eliminators                 7

The Megamillions evened the championship series with the Eliminators after a 1-run victory on the tennis baseball diamond.  Trailing 4-3 entering the final inning, the Millions struck for 5 runs and an 8-4 lead.  The Eliminators fought back in the bottom of the inning with 3 runs of  their own, but they fell just short in their quest to tie the game and possibly win the title.  Savannah Sussman paced the Megamillions with 2 hits and 4 RBIs, while Morgan Champey also added a pair of hits and Amelia Rem drove in two runs.  The Eliminators got 2 hits and 2 RBIs from Madison Gesualdo, who also made 2 sparkling plays in the field.  Kalli Mangean added 2 hits for the Eliminators, while Cassidy Gesualdo scored 2 runs. The two teams will play a soccer match to determine the 2012 championship tomorrow morning. 

 

SERIES RESULTS

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Boys Leagues                                                                                     

#3 Wolverines vs. #4 Oranges                                                         

Soccer – Wolverines 3, Oranges 2

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 10, Oranges 7

(Wolverines win series, 1-0)                                                   

 

Girls Leagues

#1 Eliminators vs. #2 Megamillions

Basketball – Eliminators 12, Megamillions 6

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 8, Eliminators 7

(Series tied, 1-1)

 ROUND ONE

Boys Leagues                                                                                                                                                

 #1 Jaguars vs. #4 Oranges                                                   

Soccer – Oranges 8, Jaguars 0

Tennis Baseball – Oranges 13, Jaguars 2

(Oranges win series, 2-0)                                                       

 

#2 Bombers vs. #3 Wolverines                                            

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 11, Bombers 8

Basketball – Bombers 22, Wolverines 18

Soccer – Wolverines 2, Bombers 1

(Wolverines win series, 2-1)                                                               

 

Girls Leagues                                                                         

#1 Eliminators vs. #4 Narwhals

Soccer – Eliminators 2, Narwhals 1

Tennis Baseball – Narwhals 12,

Eliminators 6

Basketball – Eliminators 13, Narwhals 10

(Eliminators win series, 2-1)

 

#2 Megamillions vs. #3 Crocodiles

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions

Crocodiles 4

Soccer – Megamillions 1, Crocodiles 0

 (Megamillions win series, 2-0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 16 – August 10, 2012

THE CHAMPIOSNHIP ROUND!

Boys’ Soccer

Oranges          2

Wolverines      3

In between the raindrops, coach Guillermos’ Annoying Oranges and coach RJ’s Wolverines staged an instant classic on the soccer pitch in game one of the 2012 championship series.  David Elkins proved to be the difference maker, scoring a goal with just 41 seconds remaining to lift the Wolverines to a thrilling victory after they had twice trailed by 1 goal.  The game was tied 1-1 at the half after goals from the Oranges’ Mitchell Dubson and the Wolverines’ Nick Spinelli. Those two then traded goals in the 2nd half before the final dynamic minute decided the contest.  Both teams got outstanding work from their goalkeepers, as Edward McCarthy made 8 saves for the Orange, including 3 from point-blank range.  Adam Sladika recorded 5 saves for the Wolverines, who can hoist the championship trophy if they win Monday’s game on the tennis baseball field.

Girls’ Basketball

Megamillions             6              

Eliminators                 12

Coach Emily’s East Coast Eliminators are one win away from a Hi-Hills 2012 League Championship after a 6-point win over the coach Megan’s Megamillions on the basketball court this morning.  The Eliminators raced out to a 6-0 halftime lead and built the advantage to 12-2 in the second half before coasting home with the victory.  Kalli Mangean was at it again, scoring 10 of the 12 Eliminator points, while Jolie Golden also added a basket and Madison Gesualdo played tremendous shut-down defense.  Savannah Sussman scored 4 points for the Millions, while Morgan Champey also added a basket.  The Megamillions will try to even the series in a tennis baseball game on Monday, while the Eliminators will be attempting to sweep the series and win the championship.

     

SERIES RESULTS

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Boys Leagues                                                                                     

#3 Wolverines vs. #4 Oranges                                                         

Soccer – Wolverines 3, Oranges 2                                         

(Wolverines lead series, 1-0)

 

Girls League

#1 Eliminators vs. #2 Megamillions

Basketball – Eliminators 12, Megamillions 6

 (Eliminators lead series, 1-0)

ROUND ONE

Boys Leagues                                                                                                                                                 

#1 Jaguars vs. #4 Oranges                                                   

Soccer – Oranges 8, Jaguars 0                                               

Tennis Baseball – Oranges 13, Jaguars 2                               

(Oranges win series, 2-0)                                                       

#2 Bombers vs. #3 Wolverines                                            

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 11, Bombers 8            

Basketball – Bombers 22, Wolverines 18                                                      

Soccer – Wolverines 2, Bombers 1                                        

(Wolverines win series, 2-1)                                                               

 

Girls Leagues                                                                         

#1 Eliminators vs. #4 Narwhals

Soccer – Eliminators 2, Narwhals 1

Tennis Baseball – Narwhals 12,

               Eliminators 6

Basketball – Eliminators 13, Narwhals 10

(Eliminators win series, 2-1)

 

#2 Megamillions vs. #3 Crocodiles

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 5,

            Crocodiles 4

Soccer – Megamillions 1, Crocodiles 0

(Megamillions win series, 2-0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       

 

 

 

 

 

Day 15 – August 7, 2012

PLAYOFFS!!!!

Boys’ Soccer

Bombers         1

Wolverines      2

In a thrilling contest on the soccer pitch, the gritty Wolverines and tough-minded Bombers battled to the very end, with coach RJ’s troops eking out the 2-1 win to advance to the championship round against the Annoying Oranges.  David Elkins scored a pair of 1st-half goals to stake the Wolverines to a 2-0 halftime lead, but Armeen Mozzaffarri scored early in the 2nd half to cut the deficit to 2-1.  Bomber goalie Blake Bertoli kept it close with a tremendous point-blank save, but coach Brian’s squad came up just short in trying to get the equalizing goal.  Ben Wolff played a solid field game for the Bombers, while the Wolverines got terrific play in the field from Peter Bohlen.

 

Girls’ Basketball

Narwhals                   10            

Eliminators                 13

In a comeback for the ages, Emily’s East Coast Eliminators lived up to their #1 seed with a stunning come-from-behind win over the unbelievably tough Narwhals. Emma Torkelson scored six 1st-half points for the Narwhals, and Madi Bednarik added 4 points to stake coach Nicole’s squad to a 10-2 halftime lead.  But captain Kalli Mangean scored 11 straight points in the 2nd half and finished the game with all 13 of her team’s points to lead the Eliminators’ rally and ultimate victory.  Also playing a huge role in the victory was Madison Gesualdo, who had 5 assists and helped hold the Narwhals scoreless in the 2nd half. Lily Lorio played excellent defense for the Narwhals.  The Eliminators will now face the 2nd-seeded Megamillions in the championship round.

 

SERIES RESULTS

BoysLeagues    

                                                                                                                                              #1 Jaguars vs. #4 Oranges                                                   

Soccer – Oranges 8, Jaguars 0                                               

Tennis Baseball – Oranges 13, Jaguars 2                                                                               

(Oranges win series, 2-0)                                                       

#2 Bombers vs. #3 Wolverines                                            

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 11, Bombers 8            

Basketball – Bombers 22, Wolverines 18                                                            

Soccer – Wolverines 2, Bombers 1                                        

 

(Wolverines win series, 2-1)   

 

 

Girls Leagues                                                                         

 

#1 Eliminators vs. #4 Narwhals

 Soccer – Eliminators 2, Narwhals 1

Tennis Baseball – Narwhals 12,

Eliminators 6

Basketball – Eliminators 13, Narwhals 10

 (Eliminators win series, 2-1)

 #2 Megamillions vs. #3 Crocodiles

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 5,

 Crocodiles 4

Soccer – Megamillions 1, Crocodiles 0

(Megamillions win series, 2-0)

 

                                                      

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 14 – August 6, 2012

PLAYOFFS!!!!

 

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Oranges          13

Jaguars           2

Using a 10-run inning to set the tone, the Annoying Oranges emerged from the ranks of 4th place and swept their series with the short-handed Jaguars with a 13-2 victory on the diamond.  With the triumph, the Oranges advance to the championship round and will await the winner of the Bombers-Wolverines series. Edward McCarthy was the hitting star with a grand slam home run, triple, and double for a total of 6 RBIs,  Mitchell Dubson and Jake Beers combined to drive in 4 runs for the victors,  Dylan Vaidya gave a superhuman effort for the Jaguars with an unassisted double play and two base hits, while Gavin Leung had an RBI single.

Boys’ Basketball

Bombers          22

Wolverines      18

Ben Wolff scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, while Max Williams and Chris Gammon scored 4 points apiece as the 2nd-seeded Bombers extended their series with an exciting 4-point win on the basketball court.  The Wolverines did their best to end the series behind the efforts of Peter Bohlen and Max Hausser, each of whom dropped in 8 points.  The series will move to a third and decisive game on Wednesday morning, as the 2 squads meet on the soccer pitch to determine who will face the Oranges in the championship round.

 Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Narwhals                   12           

Eliminators                6

 They’ll go to a decisive third game in this series, as the Narwhals evened things up with a 12-6 win on the tennis baseball field.  Mariel Ganes had 3 hits and 3 RBIs, while Lily Lorio and Dakota Champey each had a pair of hits to help coach Nicole’s troops to the much-needed victory.  Emma Torkelson also had 2 base hits for the Narwhals.  Kalli Mangean drove in 3 runs, while Madison Gesualdo has a 2-RBI single for the top-seeded Eliminators.  The series will come down to a basketball game tomorrow morning, with the winner advancing to the finals.

 Girls’ Soccer

Megamillions             1

Crocodiles                   0

 For the 2nd straight day, the Megamillions pulled out a nail-biter and swept their series with the much-improved Crocodiles after a 1-0 victory on the soccer field.  Savannah Sussmann scored the game’s lone goal, and Morgan Champey provided the excellent defense to help coach Megan’s squad advance to the championship round.  The Crocodiles, who battled hard in both games of the series, received sensational all-around efforts from the duo of Kristen McGuire and Ella Baker.

 SERIES RESULTS

 

Boys Leagues                                                                                                                                            

 #1 Jaguars vs. #4 Oranges                                                  

Soccer – Oranges 8, Jaguars 0

Tennis Baseball – Oranges 13, Jaguars 2

(Oranges win series, 2-0)                                                     

 

#2 Bombers vs. #3 Wolverines                                            

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 11, Bombers 8

Basketball – Bombers 22, Wolverines 18

 (Series tied, 1-1)                                                                 

 

Girls Leagues                                                                        

 #1 Eliminators vs. #4 Narwhals

Soccer – Eliminators 2, Narwhals 1

Tennis Baseball – Narwhals 12, Eliminators 6

 (Series tied, 1-1)

 #2 Megamillions vs. #3 Crocodiles

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 5, Crocodiles 4

Soccer – Megamillions 1, Crocodiles 0

(Megamillions win series, 2-0)

 

                       

 

 

Day 13 – August 5, 2012

PLAYOFFS!!!!

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Bombers         8

Wolverines      11

A thrilling contest on the diamond this morning went the way of the 3rd-seeded Wolverines, as they grabbed the 1st game in their series with the Bombers thanks to an 11-8 tennis baseball win.  Peter Bohlen had 3 hits and 4 RBIs as part of a 5-run 2nd inning to help the Wolverines rally for the victory.  Josh Monto and Max Hausser also chipped in with 2 hits apiece to lead the way for coach R.J.’s troops.  Ben Wolff led the Bomber effort with 2 hits and 2 RBIs, while Max Williams and Blake Bertoli each had a hit and plated one run.

Boys’ Soccer

Oranges          8

Jaguars           0

The #1 seeded Jaguars are in dire straits, as the Annoying Oranges proved to be quite the nuisance on the soccer pitch this morning. Mitchell Dubson recorded the hat trick in the game’s 1st 3 minutes en route to a 5-goal effort, while Timmy Miller and Edward McCarthy combined for the other 3 goals in the Oranges’ romp in game one of the 2012 playoffs.  The short-handed Jaguars got an excellent effort in the field from Dylan Vaidya but could not overcome their lack of depth wit\h so many players missing.  The two teams will square off in tennis baseball tomorrow, with the Jags trying to stave off elimination.

Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Megamillions             5              

Crocodiles                   4

In a nail-biting game this morning, the Megamillions pulled out the extra inning victory to grab a 1-0 lead in the series with the Crocodiles. Savannah Sussman and Morgan Champey were the hitting stars for the Megamillions, while Kristen McGuire and Ella Baker led the way for the game Crocodiles.  The two teams will face off in soccer tomorrow morning, as the Crocodiles look to fend off elimination and even the series.

Girls’ Soccer

Eliminators                 2

Narwhals                    1

The Narwhals and Eliminators staged a classic soccer match this morning, and in the end, it was captain Kalli Mangean stepping it up with 2 goals to help coach Emily’s #1 seeded Eliminators post a 2-1 victory.  Madison Gesualdo played well defensively and came up with 3 awesome 2nd-half saves to preserve the one-goal lead, while Cassidy Gesualdo had some sweet moves in the field to pace the Eliminators.  The Narwhals played a magnificent game and were led by the 1-goal effort of Lily Lorio and tremendous field play from Emma Torkelson.

        

SERIES RESULTS

 

Boys Leagues                                         

#1 Jaguars vs. #4 Oranges                                                

Soccer – Oranges8, Jaguars 0                                               

(Oranges lead, 1-0)                                                                

#2 Bombers vs. #3 Wolverines                                            

Tennis Baseball – Wolverines 11, Bombers 8            

(Wolverines lead, 1-0)                                                                

Girls Leagues 

 #1 Eliminators vs. #4 Narwhals

Soccer – Eliminators 2, Narwhals 1

(Eliminators lead, 1-0)

 #2 Megamillions vs. #3 Crocodiles

Tennis Baseball – Megamillions 5,

Crocodiles 4

(Megamillions lead, 1-0)

 

                       

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 11 – August 1, 2012

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Bombers         4

Jaguars           5

An epic moment occurred on the Hi-Hills tennis baseball infield this morning, as Ben Wolff turned the first TRIPLE PLAY in camp history – and an unassisted one at that – to help the Jaguars take a 4-1 lead into the final inning. Unfortunately for he and the Wolverines, the Jaguars remained hot and scored 4 runs in the bottom of the 3rd to squeak out the 5-4 win. Sean Altuve had the tying hit, while Gavin Leung drove in the game-winner for the Jags, who also got an RBI single from Matt Messina. The Bombers got 2 line drive hits from Nick Middleton and some sound defensive play from Sean Kellogg

Boys’ Basketball

Oranges          15

Wolverines      18

The Wolverines clawed their way back into 2nd place in the standings this morning with a 3-point win over the Oranges on the basketball court.  Nick Spinelli led the way for coach RJ’s squad with an 8-point performance, while Josh Monto chipped in with 4 points and James “Birdman” Toolan was tough on defense.  The Oranges, who still have a chance to finish in 3rd place, were led by 7 points from Ed McCarthy, 4 points from Mitch Dubson, and 2 points from John Toolan.

Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Crocodiles                  10            

Narwhals                    6

In a battle of 2 teams that have been flip-flopping positions in the standings over the past few weeks, the Crocodiles opened up some breathing room with a 4-run win on the diamond.  Kristen McGuire had 2 hits and 4 RBIs for the Crocs, while Ella Baker also had a pair of hits and Katie Seidel also drove in a run.  Lily Lorio led the Narwhal effort with a pair of hits and 3 RBIs, while Abigail Rogers also knocked in a pair of runs.

Girls’ Basketball

Megamillions              2

Eliminators                 19

 

The Eliminators avenged their only loss of the season by taking it to the Megamillions and cruising to an easy basketball win.  Kalli Mangean led the way with 11 points for the 1st-place Eliminators, while Madison Gesualdo chipped in with 4 points and Julia Spinelli also added 4 points.  The Megamillions, who are still battling for the #2 seed in the playoffs, were paced by Savannah Sussman’s 2 points as well as the superb defensive efforts of Morgan Champey and Erin Flaherty.

CURRENT STANDINGS

 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Jaguars

8

3

0

16

Wolverines

5

5

1

11

Bombers

4

6

1

9

Oranges

4

7

0

8

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

8

1

2

18

Megamillions

4

4

3

11

Crocodiles

4

6

1

9

Narwhals

3

8

0

6

 

Day 10 – July 30, 2012

Boys’ Soccer

Wolverines      2

Oranges          1

Mitchell Dubson scored just 20 seconds into the contest to stake coach Guillermo’s troops to the 1-0 halftime lead, but the Wolverines rallied with an early 2nd-half goal from Andrew Taddeo to tie it before Nick Spinelli banged home the game-winner with just 48 seconds remaining.  The Wolverines also received a splendid performance in goal from James “Birdman” Toolan (4 saves) and consistent field play from Peter Bohlen.  The Annoying Oranges got 5 saves in goal from Eddie McCarthy and tremendous play in the field from Jake Beers..

Boys’ Basketball

Bombers         10

Jaguars           12

The Bombers fought back gamely in the 2nd half to erase an 8-point deficit, but Jesse’s Jaguars had just enough left in the tank to win their 4th straight contest and clinch the #1 seed in the playoffs with a 2-point victory.  Andrew Fillipelli scored 6 of the Jag’s 12 points, while the trio of Tyler Turoczy, Ryan Bullett, and Dylan Vaidya each had 1 basket.  Ben Wolff stepped up big for the Bombers with 8 points, while Phil Lockitt grabbed 5 rebounds for coach Brian’s squad, which is currently in a 2nd-place tie with the Wolverines.

Girls’ Soccer

Eliminators                0              

Megamillions             0

Coach Emily’s East Coast Eliminators clinched the #1 seed in the upcoming Leagues playoffs by battling to a scoreless tie with the gutsy Megamillions this morning on the soccer pitch. The Megamillions got 2 outstanding saves from Erin Flaherty in the 2nd half to preserve the tie, while Morgan Champey and Savannah Sussman were superb in the field. The Eliminators were paced by Madison Gesualdo, who had 3 saves in goal, Cassidy Gesualdo (4 shots on goal), and the defensive talent of Kalli Mangean.

Girls’ Basketball

Crocodiles                   7

Narwhals                    4

The Crazy Crocodiles leapfrogged over the Narwhals in the standings with a 3-point victory this morning on the basketball court.  Kristen McGuire scored all 7 points for the victorious Crocs, while Ella Baker chipped in with 3 assists.  Meg Cohen and Maddie Soultanian were also big contributors for coach Catherine’s troops.  The Narwhals received outstanding defensive efforts from both Emma Torkelson and Lily Lorio, while Abigail Rogers scored all 4 points.

 

CURRENT STANDINGS

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Jaguars

7

3

0

14

Bombers

4

5

1

9

Wolverines

4

5

1

9

Oranges

4

6

0

8

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

7

1

2

16

Megamillions

4

3

3

11

Narwhals

3

6

1

7

Crocodiles

3

7

0

6

                                                      

 

Day 9 – July 20, 2012

 

 Boys’ Soccer

Wolverines      2

Jaguars           6

Led by a hat trick from Ryan Vispoli, the Jaguars made it a perfect week and solidified their hold on 1st place in the standings with an easy victory on the soccer pitch.  Dillon Olsen added 2 goals and Andrew Fillipelli tallied once for the Jags, who now stand at 6-3 overall heading into the All-Star Break.  Peter Bohlen scored both Wolverine goals, with each one coming on a penalty kick, while Max Hausser played well defensively and Robbie DeVergillo made 2 spectacular saves in goal.

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Bombers         5

Oranges          4

The Bombers won a close one on the tennis baseball diamond this morning and leapfrogged over their competitors into 2nd place in the standings with a 5-4 victory over the Oranges. Robbie Bellina had 2 hits and 3 RBIs, while Max Williams and Eideen Mozafarri each drove in a run.  Sean Kellogg had 2 hits, while Phil Lockitt played excellent in the field at 2nd base.  The Oranges received 2 hits and 1 RBI apiece from Eddie McCarthy and Jake Beers, while Timmy Miller also had one hit at the plate.

Girls’ Soccer

Crocodiles                  0              

Megamillions             6

Coach Megan’s squad dominated from start to finish, as the Megamillions secured their hold on 2nd place with a shutout win this morning.  Sara Neivert and Morgan Champey both recorded hat tricks with 3 goals apiece, while Savannah Sussman played well on defense.  The Crocodiles, who played the game without 3 very experienced veterans, received tremendous defense from Maddie Soultanian and excellent all-around hustle from Allie Girgis.

Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Eliminators                 4

Narwhals                    3

For the 2nd straight week, Madison Gesualdo provided the heroics for the Eliminators, as she blasted a 2-run walk-off single to rally the 1st-place Eliminators to a 4-3 tennis baseball win this morning.  Jolie Golden also had a big hit and several sparkling plays at 3rd base for the victors, while Jordan Lazaar had an important late-game single.  Coach Nicole’s Narwhals had inititally built a 3-0 lead behind RBIs from Emma Torkelson, Lily Lorio, and Mariel Ganes.  Another impressive Narwhal hit came from Catherine D’Arcangelis.

CURRENT STANDINGS

 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Jaguars

6

3

0

12

Bombers

4

4

1

9

Oranges

4

4

0

8

Wolverines

3

5

1

7

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

7

1

1

15

Megamillions

4

3

2

10

Narwhals

3

5

0

6

Crocodiles

2

6

1

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 8– July 18, 2012

 Boys’ Basketball

Oranges          14

Bombers          6

 Coach Guillermo’s Oranges clawed their way back to the .500 mark with an 8-point victory on the basketball court over the Bombers.  Mitchell Dubson was a one-man wrecking crew with 8 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals.  Eddie McCarthy added 4 points, and John Toolan added a basket to pace the victorious Oranges.  The Bombers were led by the 4-point effort of Sean Kellogg and 2 points from newcomer Max Williams.

 Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Wolverines      3

Jaguars           12

 The Jaguars maintained their grip on 1st place with a runaway victory on the tennis baseball diamond this morning.  Ryan Vispoli achieved a 1st-ever feat in Leagues history, homering to both right field and left field in the same game and driving in 5 runs in the process.  In addition, Andrew Fillipelli added a 2-run triple and Dillon Olsen knocked in 3 runs for the Jags.  The Wolverines, who got out to a quick 2-0 lead, received a 2-RBI performance from Peter Bohlen, who also made an amazing between-the-legs catch in the field.  The Birdman, James Toolan, knocked in the other Wolverine run.

 Girls’ Basketball

Narwhals                   2

Eliminators                14

Coach Emily’s Eliminators kept on destroying all of their victims on the East Coast with a 12-point win on the hardwood.  Kalli Mangean (10 points) and Julia Spinelli (4 points) paced the Eliminator scoring attack, while Madison Gesualdo was outstanding on the defensive end and finished the game with 4 steals.  Emma Torkelson scored the lone basket for coach Nicole’s troops, while Becky Fernandez grabbed 6 rebounds for the Narwhals.

 Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Crocodiles                   4

Megamillions             4

 Each team was able to gain a point in the standings, as the Crazy Crocs and Megamillions battled to a 4-4 tie on the tennis baseball field.  Savannah Sussman and Stephanie Oliver each had a pair of hits for the Megamillions, while newcomer Sophia Bocchino provided the game-tying hit.  Katie Seidel and Lindsay Frucci combined for 4 hits for the Crocodiles, while Maddie Soultanian was solid in the field.

                                           CURRENT STANDINGS 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Jaguars

5

3

0

10

Oranges

4

4

0

8

Wolverines

3

4

1

7

Bombers

3

4

1

7

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

6

1

1

13

Megamillions

3

3

2

8

Narwhals

3

4

0

6

Crocodiles

2

5

1

5

 

 

 

 

 

Day 7 – July 16, 2012

Boys’ Basketball

Jaguars           21

Wolverines      8

In a showdown between coaches from the same bunk, it was Jesse’s Jaguars who rolled to a 21-8 victory and vaulted into 1st place in the process.  Dillon Olsen scored 11 first-half points to pace the Jags, while Ryan Vispoli chipped in with 4 points.  Meanwhile, the trio of Andrew Fillipelli, Ryan Bullett, and Tyler Turozy each added 1 basket.  The Wolverines were led by the 4-point effort of the “Birdman”, James Toolan, as well as 2 points apiece from both Peter Bohlen and Max Hausser.

Boys’ Soccer

Bombers         0

Oranges          2

Jake Beers scored just 17 seconds into the game, and Eddie McCarthy added an important 2nd-half insurance goal, as the Oranges shut out a very game Bomber squad this morning.  The Oranges also received tremendous play in the field from Charlie Porr in picking up their 3rd victory of the season.  Despite being short-handed, the Bombers fought hard all game long behind the efforts of Nick Middleton and Robbie Bellina on defense, the excellent field play of Phil Lockitt and Alex Girgis, and terrific goaltending from Blake Bertoli (4 saves).

Girls’ Basketball

Crocodiles                  2

Megamillions              10

Coach Megan’s squad regained 2nd place in the standings with an easy victory on the basketball court over the Crazy Crocodiles. Savannah Sussman scored 8 of the winning team’s 10 points, while Morgan Champey added a basket for the victorious MegaMillions.  Stephanie Oliver provided superb defense, causing several turnovers.  The Crocs’ lone basket of the game came courtesy of Katie Seidel, while both Elizabeth Traver and Megan Coehn were outstanding on the defensive end of the floor.

Girls’ Soccer

Narwhals                    0

Eliminators                 3

The game was scoreless at the half, but the Eliminators erupted for 3 goals in the 2nd half en route to their 5th win of the season.  Julia Spinelli converted a goal off a missed penalty kick, and she added a 2nd goal later off of a corner kick.  Jolie Golden scored the other Eliminator goal, while Cassidy Gesualdo played well in the field.  The Narwhals received an outstanding performance in goal from Becky Fernandez (6 saves) and solid field play from Mariel Ganes.

CURRENT STANDINGS 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Jaguars

4

3

0

8

Bombers

3

3

1

7

Wolverines

3

3

1

7

Oranges

3

4

0

6

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

5

1

1

11

Megamillions

3

3

1

7

Narwhals

3

3

0

6

Crocodiles

2

5

0

4

 

 

 

Day 6 – July 13, 2012

 

Jaguars           9

Oranges          7

In a high-scoring affair on the diamond, coach Jesse’s troops broke their 2-game losing streak and moved within one point of 1st place in the standings with a 9-7 victory over the Annoying Oranges.  A 3-run home run by Andrew Fillipelli and a pair of hits from Dylan Vadiya were the key to the win, while Gavin Leung played terrific in the outfield.  Mitchell Dubson homered in the losing effort for the Oranges, while John Toolan and Peter Skourlis combined for 3 hits.

Boys’ Soccer

Bombers         3

Wolverines      3

In a thrilling match on the soccer pitch, the Wolverines and Bombers fought to a 3-3 tie, capping an undefeated week for coach Brian’s squad.  Sean Kellogg, Eideen Mozafarri, and Alex Girgis were the goal scorers for the Bombers, while Ben Wolff had 5 huge saves in goal.  In addition, Robbie Bellina provided solid defense.  For the Wolverines, Peter Bohlen scored 2 goals and James Toolan added a score of his own.  Josh Monto came up with 3 important saves at the goalkeeper position.
Girls’ Tennis Baseball

E.C. Eliminators        6

Megamillions              5

A walk-off single by Madison Gesualdo brought home the winning run, as the 1st-place Eliminators got right back on track with a 6-5 win on the tennis baseball field.  Madison had the hit, while the winning run was scored by Kalli Mangean, who also turned a beautiful double play with a catch of a line drive and force-out at 1st base. Ellie Gustaffson, in her final appearance of the season, had 3 hits for the Eliminators. Savannah Sussman plated 2 runs for the Megamillions, while Morgan Champey also had a pair of hits.

 

Girls’ Soccer

Narwhals                    2

Crocodiles                   1

In a well-played game on the pitch, the Narwhals returned to the win column with a 2-1 victory over the game Crocodiles. Lily Lorio scored the 1st Narwhal goal, while Dakota Champey provided the game-winner in the 2nd half.  Becky Fernzndez made 4 spectacular saves in goal to preserve the win.  The Crocodiles received one goal from Hunter Champey and solid all-around play from Ella Baker in the losing effort.

 

 

CURRENT STANDINGS

 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Wolverines

3

2

1

7

Bombers

3

2

1

7

Jaguars

3

3

0

6

Oranges

2

4

0

4

 

 

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

4

1

1

9

Narhwals

3

3

0

6

Megamillionss

2

3

1

5

Crocodiles

2

4

0

4

 

 

                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 – July 11, 2012

Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Wolverines      3

Bombers         7

Break up the Bombers!  Rookie coach Brian led his squad to a 3rd straight win, and the Bombers vaulted into a 1st-place tie in the standings with a 7-3 win on the diamond this morning. The trio of Eideen Mozafarri, Sean Kellogg, and Ben Wolff combined for 5 hits and 4 RBIs, while Blake Bertoli played well in the field, and Nick Middleton provided great hustle. Peter Bohlen had 2 hits and an RBI, while Robbie DeVergillo had a hit and 1 RBI for the Wolverines, who have lost 2 straight after going undefeated last week.

Boys’ Basketball

Jaguars           6

Oranges          8

The previously-winless Orangeshave been quite “annoying” to the Jaguars this week, winning their 2nd straight contest this morning, an 8-6 triumph on the basketball court.  Peter Skourlis scored 6 of the Oranges’ 8 points, while J.W. Gustaffson recorded 3 assists in the winning effort for coach Guillermo’s troops.  The Jaguars came oh-so-close to pulling off the victory and were led by Andrew Fillipell (4 points) and Dante Giunta (2 points).

Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Crazy Crocodiles        10

Narwhals                    1

The Crocodiles are having a MUCH better week after recording a 2nd straight victory with an easy tennis baseball win over the Narwhals.  Meghan Hausser scored an important run early on for the Crocs, while Kristen McGuire and Ella Baker each chipped in with multiple hits for the victors. The Narwhals were paced by Chrsitina Tamchin, who scored their only run of the game and Lily Lori, who had a pair of hits.

Girls’ Basketball

Megamillions              10

E.C. Eliminators        6

The Megamillions dealt coach Emily’s Eliminators their 1st loss of the season, with a 4-point victory on the basketball court. Savannah Sussman was a true leader for the Megamillions, scoring 8 points and grabbing 6 steals on the defensive end.  Elizabth Leclerc added the other basket for the winners, while Sara Neivert played excellent defense. Kalli Mangean scored all 6 Eliminator points, while Ellie Gustaffson played a solid all-around floor games.

CURRENT STANDINGS 

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Wolverines

3

2

0

6

Bombers

3

2

0

6

Jaguars

2

3

0

4

Oranges

2

3

0

4

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

3

1

1

7

Megamillions

2

2

1

5

Narwhals

2

3

0

4

Crocodiles

2

3

0

4

 

                                            

 

Day 4 – July 9, 2012

Boys’ Soccer

Oranges          6

Jaguars           1

In a dominant effort on the pitch, coach Guillermo’s Annoying Oranges came out firing and rolled to their 1st victory of the season. Jake Beers recorded the hat trick early to help stake the Oranges to a 3-1 halftime lead, with the lone Jaguar goal coming off the foot of the reliable Andrew Fillipelli. It was more of the same in the 2nd half, as Mitchell Dubson scored back-to-back goals and Edward McCarthy added the exclamation point for the final margin of victory. Despite the loss, Dylan Vadiya played solid for the Jaguars, while Andres Castano had several sound offensive opportunities.

Boys’ Basketball

Bombers         7

Wolverines      4

The Wolverines suffered their 1st defeat of the season, as Eideen Mozzafarri poured in 5 points to help the Bombers to their 2nd consecutive victory, a 7-4 win on the hardwood.  Ben Wolff scored the other 2 Bomber points, while Anthony Clerici had 3 rebounds and Phil Lockett provided excellent defense for the victors.  James “Birdman” Toolan and Max Hausser scored one basket each for the Wolverines, while Ziad Ibrahim pulled down an amazing 12 rebounds.

Girls’ Soccer

East Coast Eliminators          0

Megamillions                          0

The defensive battle of the season to this point saw the Megamillions and Eliminators fight to a scoreless tie on the Hi-Hills soccer field today.  With the tie, the Eliminators remained unbeaten for the season, while the Megamillions were able to earn their 3rd point.  Kalli Mangean played excellent defense for the Eliminators, while Cassidy Gesualdo was outstanding in the field and Jolie Golden made 4 saves in goal.  The Megamillions received tremendous defense from Savannah Sussmann, while Stephanie Oliver had 3 big saves to preserve the tie.

Girls’ Basketball

Crazy Crocodiles                    6

Narwhals                                2

The debut of Kristen McGuire couldn’t have come at a better time, as she scored all 6 of her team’s points to help the Crocodiles gain their 1st victory of the season. Another player making her season debut, Victoria Ackert, grabbed several key rebounds and was tough on the defensive side of the floor.  The Narwhals’ lone basket was scored by Abigail Rogers, who also collaborated for tremendous passing and teamwork with Lily Lorio.  Becky Fernandez was a defensive force for the Narwhals, causing several Crocodile turnovers in the contest.

 

CURRENT STANDINGS

Boys

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Wolverines

3

0

0

6

Jaguars

2

2

0

4

Bombers

2

2

0

4

Oranges

1

2

0

2

 

Girls

Team

W

L

T

Pts

Eliminators

3

0

1

7

Narwhals

2

2

0

4

Megamillions

1

2

1

3

Crocodiles

1

3

0

2

Day 3 – July 6, 2012

Boys’ Soccer

Bombers          3

Jaguars           2

 In a thrilling match on the soccer pitch, coach Brian’s Bombers picked up that elusive 1st victory with a 3-2 win over the previously-undefeated Jaguars. Eideen Mozafarri staked the Bombers to a 1-0 halftime lead before Dillon Olsen answered early in the 2nd half to tie it at 1-1. The Bombers went back ahead on a goal by Sean Kellogg, but another Dillon Olsen goal with just 1:20 remaining tied it at 2-2.  Then with just 16 seconds left to play, Sean Kellogg blasted in a goal off an errant clearing pass to pull it out for the Bombers. Ben Wolff helped the Bomber cause with 6 saves in goal, while Andrew Fillipelli assisted on both Jaguar scores.

 Boys’ Tennis Baseball

Oranges         9

Wolverines      10

 The Wolverines remained the lone undefeated team on the boys’ side with a nail-biting win on the diamond.  Andrew Acresti drove in Josh Monto with the game-winning run in the bottom of the 2nd to break the 9-9 tie and keep coach RJ’s squad atop the standings.  Nick Spinelli aided the Wolverine cause with a double and 2 RBIs, while Robbie DeVergillo drove in two runs and the “Birdman” James Toolan played excellent at 1st base.  Ed McCarthy and John Toolan each had a double and 2 RBIs, while Mitchell Dubson cracked a 2-run home run for the winless Oranges. 

 Girls’ Soccer

Narwhals                               1

Megamillions                         0

 In a tight defensive battle that went right down to the wire, coach Nicole’s troops took the rubber match of the 3-game series with a 1-0 soccer victory over Megan’s Megamillions. The lone goal of the contest came off the foot of Dakota Champey, and the Narwhals made it stand up with some excellent defense from Mariel Ganes and a spectacular save by goalie Becky Fernandez. The Megamillions were led by the trio of  Savannah Sussman, Elizabeth LeClerc, and Morgan Champey, each of whom provided outstanding defense.

 Girls’ Tennis Baseball

Crazy Crocodiles                    5

East Coast Eliminators          8

 An extremely well-played tennis baseball game saw the Eliminators complete the week with an undefeated record by virtue of their 8-5 win over the Crocs.  Jolie Golden drove in a pair of runs and made a sparkling play at 3rd base, while Madison Gesualdo had two hits and 3 RBIs to go along with an excellent defensive play of her own. Ellie Gustaffson also had 3 hits for the victorious Eliminators.  The Crocodiles got a sensational performance from Ella Baker who had 2 hits and an amazing catch of a pop fly. Hunter Champey had a tremendous putout at 1st base, while Cassidy Gesualdo had a solid line drive base hit and 2 RBIs. 

CURRENT STANDINGS 

Boys

Team

W

L

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