Elizabethtown Boys Club Navy defeated New Cumberland 2-0 to claim the 2013 Susquehanna Valley Midget Baseball Tournament. Anthony Funk threw a no-hitter with 18 strike outs for the win. Austin Denlinger’s two-run homer accounted for the only scoring in the game. New Cumberland starter Austin Bradbury was nearly as dominant allowing just three hits.
Please come out and cheer on Elizabethtown Navy and New Cumberland as they face off in the 2013 championship game at McNaughton tonight at 6PM. Good luck to both teams!
First of all, thank you to the teams who are now finished with this year’s tournament, and good luck to those of you are are moving on.
I’d encourage those of you who can to come to McNaughton Field for this year’s finals on Wednesday night. It should be a lot of fun.
Thanks especially to the field representatives who worked so hard to give us fields to play on. We really cannot have this thing without the parent volunteers who make this happen.
Just a couple of reminder:
1. Try to bring your collection money by McNaughton on Wednesday or even tonight if you’re able.
a. If you absolutely cannot, shoot me an email and let me know and we’ll make some kind of arrangement.
b. If you are in a semifinal tonight, I suggest that whomever loses pass their dough onto the winner since they’ll have to come to McNaughton on Wednesday.
2. Raffle Tickets – you must turn these into McNaughton by the fifth inning of the final game. If you didn’t sell any, turn’em in anyway. Your association purchased the tickets prior to the tournament and they were a chance to recoup some of that. So even if you didn’t sell any, you can put your association name on the tickets and be in contention for the prizes.
3. A trip to Beliz is not one of the prizes, but we at tournament central did order up some tropical weather just so you wouldn’t be completely unsatisfied.
4. PATCHES – I HAVE SOME PATCHES still as I was unable to get them out to you all. If your team did not receive its patches please shoot me an email and we’ll figure out how to get them to you. These are the nicest patches I’ve ever seen for this tournament.
THOUGHT DU JOUR — With very few exceptions, this tournament ran smoothly, but I personally feel that no matter what you do there is room for improvement. The goal of this year’s tournament committee is to make this thing a little better for the next participants and organizers. With that in mind, we’ll issue a short survey in a day or two and we would really appreciate it if you would take a moment to give us some constructive feedback. We will try to digest the feedback and use it to keep the event moving forward. I ALREADY KNOW that fields will be a big topic on this survey. I’ve fielded numerous complaints on a couple of fields. The tournament committee gives a collective tip of the hat to the field reps and owners for stepping up the way they did. THE BIGGEST THING YOU COACHES CAN DO FOR THIS TOURNAMENT is to attend your next association meeting and remind them that this whole thing will happen again next year at this time – so plan ahead, and then step up and host some games. Good luck tonight and, for those of you not playing, good luck in Haps if you are playing in that one.
Sincerely, Jeff McGaw
Click here to see the game and field assignments for Monday July 15th’s crossover games. The standings have also been updated based on tournament tie-break rules.
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Monday scores are now available by clicking the scores tab above
The round robin portion of the 2013 schedule is now available on the site! Click the brackets tab above to view.