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After 5 games, the top 40% of teams in each division advanced to Round 2. After 8 Games, the top 4 teams in each division would advance to the finals.
This event almost set a record for honor scores bowled. In Scratch, the streak of non-PA winners continued as Francis & Tyler Vitally, of New Jersey, captured the title.
Their consistency all day landed them a 3rd seed spot in the finals. They only trailed tournament leaders Jason Walkman/ Brandon Run and #2 seed Andrew Malta/Jake Rollins.
The Vitally’s got off to a hot start in the final match and never looked back. They shot a team high of the day 500 to win the title.
Zombro’s also had a fairly consistent day during rounds of qualifying. Add in their 36 pins handicap per game, and they were near the top of the scoreboard.
In Round 2, they shot scratch games of 413, 350, and 360 to also earn the #3 seed in the finals. They only trailed tournament leaders Alex & William Iron.
In the other final match, #1 Iron’s took on #4 seed Kali Bail/BJ Myers. Ironically both #3 seeds entering the finals captured the title on this day.
For the youth, Chloe Korzybski shot a perfect 300 game! We also saw Josh Sattazahn & Jake Rollins roll perfect 300 games during qualifying.
Darren Zombie Jr, our adult champion, had an 834 series during his first 3 games of qualifying. Christine S. Gimmick Estate to Russel and Shannon Sellers, 2106 State Drive, $159,080.
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Usually, their stay in professional baseball is pretty short, but sometimes a full-fledged career blossoms from this point. RHP Michigan StateAtlantaStaunton 15RHPLenior-RhyneKansas City Charlottesville 15CCharlestonLA AngelsWoodsock 14-5Jose CarreraSSManhattanNY Yankees Covington 14-6Tyler Zombie RHP George Mason Tampa Bay Staunton 14Ratliff, by the way, faced 6 batters in his pro debut….
Was to stage “The Chris & Alex Show” for March, but had to scramble for a replacement event due to a medical emergency in the cast. Theater business manager Carol Zombie, artistic director Adam Carter and Western Michigan University playwright Zorn put together the “Gala,” with the theme, “Fancy Pants Theater is coming out of the closet,” Zombie said.
Zorn left Ohio University with a master’s degree in playwriting in 2009, and started on his Ph.D. at WMD last fall. His play “Metropolis Has No Superman” won the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in February.
Larry King, 15, had asked a fellow Oxnard, Calif., junior high student Brandon McKinney to be his Valentine in February 2008, according to a July 19, 2008, Newsweek story. Zorn’s play has King in the afterlife wondering about his death, and the lack of national news attention it had received.
It wasn’t an overly impressive regular season for Davison as they won just 13 conference games. But they fought through the loser’s bracket, beating top seeded ICU twice, to win the A-10 Baseball Tournament.
They then shocked the baseball world by taking down North Carolina twice to win the Chapel Hill Regional. After losing a hard fought battle against Texas A&M in game one of the College Station Super Regional, they were eliminated the next day.
Brett Centracchio and Max Basin should also be back in the lineup and are expected to have a major impact. Newcomer Walker Impale is expected to see immediate playing time at first base and designated hitter.
Evan Roberts should be back in the rotation after posting a 4.18 ERA last year in 84 innings pitched with 51 strikeouts. After a magical run in 2018, Head Coach Dick Cooke is looking to follow up on that success by improving their overall defense and finding some depth at pitching.
This lineup should be very good in 2018, but if they want to compete for another A-10 title the pitching staff will need to come together quick. The Flyers had a disappointing season in 2017, finishing with just nine conference wins and missing out on the Atlantic 10 Baseball Tournament.
First baseman Brandon Smith returns after hitting .291 and leading the team with 12 home runs and 36 RBI in 2017. Pat Meghan should man the other corner infield spot after hitting .233 last year with 27 runs scored and 13 stolen bases.
Head Coach Jayson King said a few new players could step in and get some playing time, including outfielders Mitchell Garrity and John Bus, as well as infielder Riley Ricotta. Austin Cline started 14 games for Dayton last year, while posting an ERA of 5.82 in 82 innings with 55 strikeouts.
Jordan Cox is another arm coming back that coach King will rely on. Fordham had a so-so year in 2017 finishing with an overall winning record, but two games back of a spot in the Atlantic 10 Baseball Tournament.
Head coach Kevin Leighton loses a lot from the 2017 lineup, including his top three hitters who all hit over .300. Outfielder Alvin Melendez is another player coach Leighton mentions as someone who will have an impact on the 2018 lineup.
Freshman infielder Jake MacKenzie could get some immediate playing time to try and boost this inexperienced lineup. Was Near was solid in the rotation last year with a 3.91 ERA in 73.2 innings pitched and 86 strikeouts.
George Mason had a winning conference record last year and won their first game in the Atlantic 10 Tournament, but dropped the next two to end their season. Tyler Begin should be back for his senior season after hitting .296 with a team-high 15 doubles and 10 home runs.
Another senior, Michael Smith, should be back at shortstop after leading the team with 46 runs scored last year. Redshift senior Frank Sure started 58-of-59 games last year in the outfield, while leading the team with 13 stolen bases.
Outfielder Mark Otis is also back after hitting .282 last year with 40 runs scored, 15 doubles and 16 stolen bases. Elliott Radio should be back to lead the rotation after a great freshman season where he started 15 games and posted a 3.20 ERA in 90 innings pitched with 73 strikeouts.
Brady Runner should also return to the rotation with a 3.42 ERA in 84.1 innings pitched with 38 strikeouts. Will Hobos was very good last year mostly out of the bullpen with a 1.99 ERA in 40.2 innings pitched with 42 strikeouts.
This team losses a lot of key players from their lineup, but have two wonderful starting pitchers atop their weekend rotation. It was not pretty in 2017 for La Sale as they were one of the worst teams in all college baseball and finished with just four conference wins.
Those three should form a nice middle of the order for La Sale, but others will have to become key contributors for this offense to improve. They lose their best pitcher from last season, but Matt Holt does return after posting a 3.97 ERA in 59 innings pitched with 56 strikeouts.
Constantine was the team’s closer last year and had a team-best 2.16 ERA in 16.2 innings pitched with 14 strikeouts. Pruitt could get a shot in the weekend rotation after posting a 5.70 ERA last year in 47.1 innings pitched with 36 strikeouts.
With a team ERA over five last year, and losing their best pitcher from 2017, this pitching staff could be in trouble. MASS had a disappointing season in 2017 winning just 15 games overall and failing to make the A-10 Tournament.
Shortstop Ryan Lever also returns after he led the team in RBI with 29 a year ago. They should get Brooks Knack back after his freshman season in which he had a 3.86 ERA in 42 innings pitched (8 starts) with 35 strikeouts.
Christian Rosa ti led the team with 19 appearances last year, while posting a 4.50 ERA in 22 innings pitched with 21 strikeouts and 3 saves. Head Coach Tracy Woodson mentioned several newcomers who could have an immediate impact on the lineup.
Those players include: OF Anthony Forte, UNTIL Sage Bruh, INF Davis Payne, and INF/RHP Jordan Schulman. Robbie Baker returns after throwing the most innings last year with 82, to go along with a 5.05 ERA and 76 strikeouts.
Lane Mooney was second on the team with 61.2 innings pitched and 65 strikeouts, while posting a solid 3.21 ERA. Newcomers Collin Lowe, Jarrod Delays and Foster Roy could have an immediate impact on this pitching staff.
Head Coach Tracy Woodson said he hopes the team can improve their pitching in 2018. Head Coach Raphael Serrano mentioned junior infielder Laurence Hill as an important player for 2018 after missing a lot of time in 2017 due to injuries.
Other than that, coach Serrano will be relying on some unproven players coming back and freshman. Xavier Vargas is a plus defender at first base and could be a middle of the order bat as a freshman.
Freshman Austin White should get a look in the outfield and has a chance to be the team’s lea doff hitter. Rhode Island gets a big boost to the pitching staff with Redshift junior Tyler Wilson returning after missing most of 2017 due to an injury.
Sophomore Vitaly Angels was a freshman All-American last year after posting a 2.23 ERA in 60.2 innings with 25 strikeouts. Senior Nick Johnson made 10 starts for Rhode Island last year and had an ERA of 4.31 in 62.2 innings pitched with 61 strikeouts.
The Bonnie's had a very good regular season in 2017 winning 26 games and finishing third in the Atlantic 10. The only two starters returning from last year’s final starting lineup are outfielders Ryan McCormick and Dave NASCAR.
Senior Brandon Schism is the team’s leading returning starter after posting a 4.50 ERA in 58 innings pitched with 40 strikeouts. Casey Vincent started 12 games for St. Bonaventure last year with a 4.99 ERA in 70.1 innings with 51 strikeouts.
This could be a difficult year for coach Studbook as he tries to rebuild almost his entire lineup and pitching staff. “We graduated 11 seniors and lost our catcher, Deon Stafford, to the draft last year (5th round, Pittsburgh),” said Head Coach Fritz Hamburg.
Their season came to an end in the Atlantic 10 Baseball Tournament with an extra innings' loss to eventual champion Davidson. Junior college transfer Mórrígan Bartlett could get a shot to start in right field.
Infielder Zach Trailing and catcher Ben Livers could see playing time as freshman. “We have an exciting team back at Saint Louis as we return 2/3 of our rotation and 8/9 (of our) starting lineup,” said Head Coach Darin Hendrickson.
“We return Miller Hogan for his junior year, a 32nd round pick as draft eligible sophomore for the Milwaukee Brewers. Jackson Work also returns, a Saturday starter who beat Team USA this summer while pitching in the coastal plains league.
It was a great regular season for ICU as they dominated A-10 play and finished as the number one seed. However, they lose two of their top three hitters from last year in Logan Farrah and Alex Grans back.
They also lose their leading home run hitter from last year in Marian Carpenter who hit 15 bombs. Mitchel Lacey and Steven Carpenter will both be back after receiving significant playing time last year and hitting .300 and .287 respectively.
There are obviously a lot of key contributors missing, but there are players ready to step up and take their place. Sean Thompson will be back for his senior season and should lead the weekend rotation after posting a 3.46 ERA last year in 83.1 innings pitched with 77 strikeouts.
Michael Daily should also return to the rotation after posting a 4.61 ERA last year in 68.1 innings pitched with 50 strikeouts. The pitching staff does lose its best starter and closer to year, but just like in the lineup there are players ready to take their place.
It’s hard not to see this team taking a step back after all they’ve lost in the lineup especially, but there is still plenty of talent here to compete for an A-10 championship.