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2014 PC HIGHLIGHTS

OPENING DAY

Red Raiders 7 – Beavers 3

4/26/14

The Red Raiders defeated the defending champ Beavers today 7-3.  The Red Raiders offense was led by Julian Young (3for3, 2 triples, HR, 3RBI), Tyler Zielinski (2for3, double)Matt Cichocki (2for3, RBI), Dionte Smith(2for3),

Terrell Crosson (2for3, RBI), Kameron Garfield (2for2).  Ryan Jenkins added an RBI triple and Ethan Dorsett, Aiden Barbour and Tyshayla Cremeans all added base hits.  Jonah Chaperon was robbed of a base hit in the final inning

by a fine defensive play by the Beavers.  Landen Willis was swinging the bat well and played a great defensive game. Great effort by both teams and we look forward to playing again.


Stars 13 – Scrappers 1

4/26/14

On a chilly Saturday afternoon the stars and Scrappers met for opening day. Evan walker started the scrappers hitting with a triple in the first inning but was unable to cross home plate.

The stars bats came out of this cold winter very hot. Their first seven hitters got hits followed by max Praet ‘s first single and RBI of the season which ended the first inning with 5 runs.

The stars came back in the second inning with another six hits and four runs. Highlighted by Owen Pitters blast for a double.  The third inning was more of the same.

The stars had another 7 hit inning scoring an additional four runs taking a 13-0 lead after three innings.

In the top of the fourth the scrappers scored their first run of the season. Andrew Horman started the inning with a single. Followed by another hard hit knock by Evan walker.

Later in the inning Xavier Emanuel ripped an RBI base hit scoring the scrappers lone run. Both teams showed some good defensive plays throughout the game.

Jameson Grunenwald of the stars caught a line drive and doubled off a runner at first.


Stars 18 – Beavers 10

4/28/14

The stars met the beavers on a chilly Monday evening. The stars continued to swing the bats with conviction beating the beavers 18-10.

The stars were led by Jameson Grunenwald (4-4 with 1 double and 1 triple), skylar Louwers (4-4 with 2 triples)and keleb Pritchard (4-4 with 2 doubles). The beavers showed some power with there bats as

well led by Demetrius Kennedy and Camden Wilson both going 4-4. Demetrius had 2 singles a double and a triple with 1 RBI. While Camden had 4 singles with 2 RBI. Jack madigan helped with 2 singles and 2 runs scored.

Both teams fought through the chilly evening to showcase an offensive battle. Very fun to watch. Congrats to both teams.


Red Raiders 5 – Scrappers 0

4/30/14

The Red Raiders got it going in the 2nd with a double by Tyler Zielinski, and singles by Dionte Smith and Terrell Crosson.  In the 3rd Kameron Garfield, Landen Willis, Ryan Jenkins and Matt Cichocki all got base hits to score two more runs.  Two more were added in the 4th to make the score 5-0.  Great defensive plays were made by Landen Willis and Ryan Jenkins

Nathan Schaefer if the stars had multiple put out one of which was almost a double play. Ultimately this game was decided by the hot bats of the Cilluffo Stars.

Combined they went 23-33 at the plate.Skylar Louwers, Owen Pitters and Jameson Grunenwald all went 3-3. While seven other players went 2-3.

What a great way to start opening day by both teams.


Scrappers 8 –  Beavers 0

5/3/14

Scrappers managed to scrap out their first victory of the season, topping the Beavers by eight runs through five complete innings of play.  Game ball was awarded to Xavier Emanuel who marked the first grand slam home run in more than two years.  Andrew Horman, Bobby Rhodes and Evan Walker all went 3 for 3 hitting.  Evan maintains his perfect season batting average, (8 for 8 on the season) and turned an unassisted double play.


Red Raiders 13 –  Stars 9

5/3/14

The Red Raiders and scored 3 in the top of the 1st but the Stars were able to take the lead with 4 of their own.  The Red Raiders were able to tack on 3 more in the 3rd, 5 in the 5th and two more in the 6th while holding the Stars until allowing 4 in the 5th and one in the 6th. Both teams were hitting the ball well but a few timely defensive plays by Ryan Jenkins who had 4 put outs from 1st base and pitchers mound kept the Stars from mounting a rally.
Ryan and Julian Young were both 4for4 while Ethan Dorsett broke out of a mini slump going 3for3 with two doubles.  Jonah Chaperon also broke out going 2for3.  Dionte Smith was also 3for3 and continues to play solid in the field.

A matchup of undefeated teams proved to entertain. The red raiders beat the stars 13-8 to take sole possession of first place. This was the first game this season the stars bats were cooled down. Although the great defense of the raiders helped to cool those bats. Ryan Jenkins 4-4 and Julian young 4-4 made multiple defensive put outs that proved to tilt the game in favor of the raiders. The stars led by Skylar Louwers 3-3 and Nathan schaefer3-3. Nathan Schaefer also had an incredible diving catch at the pitchers mound. Keleb Pritchard hit a 3 RBI triple in the 5th that got the stars back into the game late. Although the raiders held on to prevail 13-8. Great game played by both teams. Looking forward to see the next game between these two teams.


Red Raiders 13 – Beavers 6

5/5/14

OssBoth teams came out hitting tonight, each scoreing 4 in the 1st.  The Raiders added 1 in the second, 3 in the fourth and 5 in the fifth.  The Beavers added1 in the second and fourth.
Tyler Zielinski was a single away from the cycle.  Julian Young and Matt Cichocki each had key doubles.  Other hitters were Dionte Smith, Ethan Dorsett, TerrellCrosson, Aiden Barbour, Jonah Chaperon, Kameron Garfield, Landen Willis and Ryan Jenkins


Stars 11 – Scrappers 8

5/7/14

Scrappers had the hottest bats of their season, but still fell to the Stars .  Scrappers had fifteen hits in all.  Flashes of brilliant defensive play spotted the game, particularly in the final inning when the Stars stopped a last minute run by top of the Scappers’ bating order.Scrappers outstanding players were Roderick and Xavier, both with pop-fly catches.  The hustle award could be awarded to several players, but Jaden, Daniel, and Roderick showed their best effort.


Red Raiders 12 – Scrappers 5

5/10/14

Red Raiders improved to 5-0 today.  Scrappers show signs of improved recognition of defensive play, as well as improved contact with the ball.  In the closest game of the season for the Scrappers ended in a loss, but made things very interesting, tying up the game in the fourth inning.
Scrappers got their second homerun of the season off the bat of Evan Walker.


 Stars 11 – Beavers 1

5/10/14

 The stars beat the beavers 11-1 on a beautiful sunny Saturday morning game. The stars scored one run in the first inning on keleb Pritchard’s RBI single. Keleb went 3-3 with a single,double and triple. The stars added five runs in the third. Joe Oneill 2-3 had a RBI single to help add to the total. The beavers scored there only run in the third off the bat of Damarion with a RBI double. This made the score 6-1. The stars played solid defense to stop any beavers attempts to score runs. skylar louwers, Jameson Grunenwald and Owen Pitters played superb defense to quell the beavers offense. The stars finalized the game with another five runs in the bottom of the 5th. Young six year old jontea wright got his second hit of the season going 1-2 with a single. Great game played by both teams.


Beavers vs Scrappers

5/16/14


Red Raiders 10 – Beavers 0

5/17/14

The Red Raidets remain undefeated


Stars 16 – Scrappers 4

5/17/14


Stars 15 – Beavers 0

5/19/14

The stars continue there amazing season tonight against the beavers. There offense scored 15 runs in three innings to dispose of the beavers 15-0. Their offense was led by keleb Pritchard’s grand slam in the second inning. Skylar Louwers continued his perfect batting average going 2-2. Skylar is 22-22 on the season. The stars not only shined offensively, they too proved that they could play defense. Give the beavers credit they are certainly hitting the ball more efficiently. Althought the stars gloves were solid throughout the game. In the first inning Skylar Louwers made a nice catch at third and Jameson Grunenwald fielded a grounder at first. Max Praet scooped a grounder at pitchers mound to throw out a beaver in the third inning. In the top of the fourth Kenyon Pritchard had two ground out put outs at pitchers mound. All helped by wonderful play by Nathan Schaefer securing the ball at first base. Both teams are showing progress as the season goes on. Great job kids.


Red Raiders 9 – Scrappers 2

5/21/14


Stars 11 – Red Raiders 7

5/30/14


Red Raiders 19 – Beavers 5

5/31/14

The Red Raiders got back to their winning ways today.  Great defense and everyone hitting today.


Scrappers 13 – Stars 12

5/31/14


Stars 19 – Beavers 0

6/3/14


Scrappers 4 – Red Raiders 4

6/5/14

Game to be completed the next time these 2 teams face each other


Beavers 6 – Scrappers 0

6/6/14


Stars 11 – Red Raiders 0

6/6/14


Stars 6 – Scrappers 0

6/7/14


Red Raiders 16 – Beavers 7

6/7/14

Every player for the Raiders had at least one hit today.


Stars 7 – Red Raiders 2

6/9/14


Stars 6 – Beavers 0

6/14/14


Red Raiders 17 – Scrappers 9

6/14/14

Julian Young hit for the cycle today.  Looks like the playoff seedings are set.


PLAYOFFS

Stars 13  – Beavers 3

6/19/14


Scrappers 3 – Red Raiders 1

6/20/14


Red Raiders 14 –  Beavers 4

6/21/14


Stars 13 – Scrappers 4

6/21/14


Red Raiders 9 – Scrappers 3

6/23/14


CITY CHAMPIONSHIP

Red Raiders 7 – Stars 5

6/24/14


Stars 7 – Red Raiders 4

6/26/14

Tonight ths Cilluffo stars won the city championship. They beat the red raiders 7-4 to clinch the championship. The stars played hard all season showing a great ability to apply what we have taught them all season. The stars finished with a record of16-3. An unbelievable team and a unbelievable season. Could not be more proud of these kids. Congrats kids you deserve it!!!!!