Saugerties workforce heads to states after successful championship
A Little League baseball workforce from Saugerties has earned a spot within the New York State championship event. The workforce of boys, ages 9 and 10, earned a spot within the state competitors after sweeping their manner by way of the district and part tournaments. The workforce streaked to the finale behind good pitching and a stingy protection, permitting solely 5 runs in seven video games. It’s the first baseball workforce from Saugerties to qualify for the state event in many years. Solely eight groups from throughout New York State earn a bid to the state event, which begins July 25 in Endicott.
The workforce consists of Luke Armstrong, Andrew Bernard, Tristan Bosch, Caleb Burch, Matthew Erceg, Levi Hunter, John Kelly, Easton Koegel, Deegan Lasusa, Everett Nelson, Chase Mooers, and Maxton Van Etten. The workforce was managed by Dan Koegel and coached by Nick Bernard, Adam Bosch and Eric Nelson. The workforce, proven above, defeated a workforce from East Greenbush on July 20 to earn its place within the state event.
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