Last Updated: September 6, 2015
Players Needed in 8u Division
Players are still needed for our 8u Gold Team. Players can be 7u or 8u to play on this team. If interested, please email DenMaddalena@aol.com as soon as possible to arrange a tryout.
June 30, 2015
The 8u Hamilton A's completed an undefeated season going 11-0 to win the USABL Central West Division. Pictured are
Back Row: AJ Maddalena, Jake "Migs" Mignogna, Brian "Tulli Time" Tulli, Ian Slattery, Danny Dittes, Jacob Kemp
Front Row Frankie Mazzella, Ryan Moser, Evan Ward, Eddie Rosado, Derek Anson, Chris Whalen
June 30, 2015
Congratulations to the 9U Hamilton A's Green and Coach Bob "Duke" DeLuca on their USABL Championship.
June 30, 2015
Congratulations to the 10U Hamilton A's for winning the USABL Frazier Elite Tournament this weekend!!
9U Elite Take USABL Division
Congratulations to Coach Ed Miller and the 9u Elite A's that won their American League Divsion and were USABL 9u World Seried Runner Up!!
The the 10U A's coached by Chris Wargo and Bob DeLuca won the 11U one day Frazier Event in Toms River July 18th.
A's Player Luca Dalatri commits to UNC Chapel Hill!
The A's want to congratulate Luca Dalatri and his family as he has committed to play college ball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Luca has played for the A's since the age of 10 for coach Brian Maglione. According to coach Mags "Luca is a special player, his tireless commitment to baseball has made the entire A's organization proud and we want to wish him luck playing for one of the premier college programs in the country."
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Hamilton A's 14U win ECTB Championship
Hamilton A's 8U win back-to-back tournaments in October
The 8U Hamilton A's have entered 4 tournaments this fall and made it to the Championship Game in each. After losing in the final game at the first 2 tournaments, the A's went 3-0 at the USABL Columbus Day Bash in Marlboro and 3-0 at the Frazier Baseball Halloween Havoc Tourney in the Tom's River area. These victories were the result of a total team effort on the part of the A's including solid fielding, timely hitting and strong pitching.
Special recognition goes to Rohun Kaistha who took home the MVP honors at the Columbus Day Bash. Roh got one win and a save along with solid fielding at 1B and strong hitting. Another shout out goes to Collin Elam for a great fielding effort at 3B along with timely hitting in the Halloween Havoc tourney. This team is also blessed with 2 of the best 8 year old catchers in the area - Alex Bischoff and Jackson Caruso. Collin Elam, Jack Gill, Robert Kelly, Joe Loreti, Chris Tonzini, Tyler Tucker, Christian Yoo, along with Kaistha, were dominant on the mound throughout both tournaments. Jacob Jordan and Frank Prezioso round out this strong team with good fielding and hitting. "Web gem" catches in the outfield by Kelly, Prezioso and Tonzini also contributed to the team's success.
Kudos as well to the great coaching staff of Ryan Bischoff (3B and hitting), Anoop Kaistha (1B and admin.), Sean Kelly (pitching) and manager Ed Miller.
14U A’s Softball Secure World Series Bid
A special day needed a special ending, and Kaylee Whittaker was happy to oblige for the 14U A’s travel softball team on Sunday.
The standout hitter crushed a grand slam over the left field fence to give the A’s three big results at the USSSA October Fest 14-and-Under“B” World Series Qualifier: A 12-0 win over the Central Jersey Panthers, a three-game sweep to the tournament championship, and, best of all, an automatic berth to the World Series.
The title was the third in three fall tournaments for manager Joe Cerasi’s newly formed squad, which has an 11-0 record after winning the 10-team October Fest with a 5-2 win over the Mt. Lauren Storm, an 8-0 blanking of the Game On Lady Inferno and then the shutout of the Panthers.
The A’s have many interchangeable parts and have been winning with a variety of excellence from pitching to hitting to defense to intelligent base running.
The pitching was on target as Whittaker won twice, striking out 19 batters with only one walk over 10 innings, and Abby Schrandt fired a one-hit shutout against the Lady Inferno. Catchers Sydney Buell and Alex Haley were spotless behind the plate.
Offensively, leadoff hitter Nicole Cerasi set the table for the A’s 25-run effort, going 4-for-6 with two walks, six runs and two RBIs. The production continued with Whittaker (5-for-9, two runs, six RBIs), Buell (four hits, three RBIs), Megan Brugnoli (four hits, three runs, three RBIs), Zoe Rodriguez (2-for-2, two walks, two sacrifice bunts, three RBIs) and Olivia McElroy (two doubles, two runs, two RBIs).
In addition, the A’s offense featured Schrandt (2-for-4, two walks, two runs, RBI), Mackenzie Fitzpatrick (two hits, two runs, RBI), Kaila Mungo (two hits, two runs), Olivia Owens (two hits, two runs) and Haley (two runs).