There still will be a game at the point tonight, and the schedule will continue as normal with the championship game at 6 P.M. tomorrow 08.11.2018.
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“Need to know how to get to the fields used for the 74th AAABA Tournament? Here’s how:
■ Sargent’s Stadium at the P o i n t : Located within walking distance from any downtown location, at Washington Street and the Johnstown Expressway.
Johnstown Tribune Democrat Monday August 6, 2018 Page J2
Franchise State Team Manager Logo Website Altoona PA Johnston Realty Dan Servello Brooklyn NY Bonnie Rams Dharyl Russell Brooklyn-2 NY SAYO Grays Darrel Tiebout Brooklyn-3 NY Youth Service League Rafael "Papo" Lozada Link Buffalo NY Royal Printing Bob Carnevale Buffalo-2 New York Full Circuit Power Gordon Karstedt Buffalo-3 NY Leib’s Ron Leib Columbus OH Columbus Jets Tony Perz Johnstown PA Martella’s Pharmacy Jesse Cooper Link Johnstown-2 PA Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors Dave Sheriff Maryland State MD Crabfest Sean O'Connor Link New Brunswick NJ Matrix Glen Fredricks New Orleans LA Boosters Darrin Dares Philadelphia PA Bandits Greg Olenski Link Youngstown OH Creekside Crocodiles Bob Mingo Zanesville OH Junior Pioneers Brian Swope
Place Franchise Team Games Wins Losses
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1 Johnstown Martella’s Pharmacy 6 6 0 2 New Orleans Boosters 6 4 2 3 Altoona Johnston Realty 5 4 1 4 New Brunswick Matrix 5 4 1 5 Johnstown-2 Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors 4 2 2 6 Youngstown Creekside Crocodiles 4 2 2 7 Zanesville Junior Pioneers 4 2 2 8 Buffalo-3 Leib’s 3 1 2 9 Brooklyn Bonnie Rams 3 1 2 10 Brooklyn-3 Youth Service League 3 1 2 11 Buffalo Royal Printing 3 1 2 12 Columbus Columbus Jets 3 1 2 13 Philadelphia Bandits 3 1 2 14 Buffalo-2 Full Circuit Power 4 1 3 15 Maryland State Crabfest 3 0 3 16 Brooklyn-2 SAYO Grays 3 0 3
The Sportsmanship Award is given to the team that exhibits most exceptional sportsmanship.
Team Franchise Creekside Crocodiles Youngstown
Player Position Team Franchise Brandon Briuglia 2B Boosters New Orleans
Player Team Franchise Games At Bats Hits Ave. Garrett O'Reilly Columbus Jets Columbus 3 12 7 0.583
Player Team Franchise RBI's Omar Ward Martella’s Pharmacy Johnstown 11 Brandon Briuglio Boosters New Orleans 10
Schedule & Scores
Day Time Field Franchise 1 Franchise 2 Score Note Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Roxbury Park Buffalo New Brunswick 2 - 6 Steve Bloyed struck out nine in seven innings, allowing one run and four hits for Matrix. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Portage Zanesville Maryland State 10 - 4 Andrew Mason and Matt Gibson each drove in two runs for Junior Pioneers. Three hits apiece by Luke Kleinhoffer and Riley Lake. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Lilly New Orleans Buffalo-3 3 - 12 The last team added to the tournament field, and third Buffalo representative, Leib's stunned defending champion Boosters. Andy Mazzone hit three-run double. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Point Brooklyn-3 Johnstown-2 3 - 6 Deven Judy pitched five scoreless innings, striking out five and allowing one hit for PCCA. Anthony Casciato had run-scoring double. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Westmont Brooklyn Buffalo-2 2 - 0 RHP Danny Montanez extended his shutout streak to 13 2/3 innings over the past two AAABA Tournaments by throwing 6 2/3 scoreless frames. He struck out 10 and walked six. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Mount Aloysius Altoona Brooklyn-2 11 - 5 Quick start as Johnston Realty scored four in first and led 6-0 through two. John Servello, Cody Storm and Drew Weglarz had three hits each. Weglarz drove in three. Mon (8/6) 12:00 p.m. Fichtner Youngstown Columbus 9 - 7 Dan Williams had four hits, scored three runs and drove in two for Creekside Crocodiles. Parker Shannon had two-run double. Mon (8/6) 7:30 p.m. Point Philadelphia Johnstown 2 - 14 Brady Walker pitched six innings with nine strikeouts. Omar Ward hit three-run inside the park homer to highlight seven-run sixth inning for Johnstown. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Lilly Buffalo Maryland State 5 - 2 Buffalo's Jared Burmaster struck out 11 in a complete-game win. Manny Montes drove in game-winning run. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Fichtner Zanesville New Brunswick 4 - 5 Matrix trailed 2-0 until a pair of bases-loaded walks tied the game. Game-winning run scored on a double steal with runners on the corners. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Mount Aloysius Philadelphia Buffalo-2 4 - 7 Buffalo Full Circuit Power scored four unanswered runs in the seventh and eighth. Philadelphia 17-year-old pitcher Colton Smith struck out six and allowed three unearned runs as coaches from University of North Carolina, Pitt and Penn State watched him. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Point New Orleans Johnstown-2 12 - 6 New Orleans collected 15 hits, with seven extra-base hits. Boosters used a five-run third inning to build a 10-1 lead. Brandon Bruglio ripped a three-run triple. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Westmont Brooklyn-3 Buffalo-3 7 - 6 Bases-loaded walk in bottom of the ninth provides Youth Service League with a walk-off victory over Leibs Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Roxbury Altoona Columbus 7 - 4 Altoona starter Dylan Gearhart tossed seven scoreless innings before allowing a pair in eighth. John Servello had two hits, with a solo HR in eighth. Tyler Treese singled in two runs. Tue (8/7) 11:00 A.M. Portage Youngstown Brooklyn-2 11 - 1 Youngstown's Tyler Zaluski hit a three-run homer. Brooklyn's Genesis Nunez hit a homer in the seventh. Tue (8/7) 7 p.m. Point Brooklyn Johnstown 4 - 10 Omar Ward rips 3-run triple to RF in 5-run eighth. Andrew Walker had three hits. Starter Joel Colledge and reliever Ryan Shawley solid on the mound. Wed (8/8) 10 a.m. Portage Buffalo Zanesville 7 - 9 Zanesville pitcher Bryce Husted tossed 8 2/3 innings and Sean Orillon closed the game after Buffalo's Milkowski hit a grand slam. Wed (8/8) 10 a.m. Roxbury New Orleans Brooklyn-3 14 - 4 Brandon Briuglio grand slam to right field highlights Boosters' 10-run eighth inning at Roxbury Park. Wed (8/8) 10 a.m. Lilly Columbus Brooklyn-2 17 - 5 Columbus scored 12 unanswered runs to break open what had been a 5-all game at Lilly Washington War Memorial Field. Wed (8/8) 11 a.m. Westmont Brooklyn Philadelphia 8 - 18 Philadephia collected 15 hits. Tatem Levins had a solo homer and Mike Ferrara hit a two-run double. Brenden Carter pitched six innings. Wed (8/8) 12:00 p.m. Mount Aloysius Maryland State New Brunswick 4 - 7 Catcher Aaron McLaughlin hit a gap shot to right center,plating three runs to highlight a four-run bottom of the eighth inning. Wed (8/8) 12:00 p.m. Point Johnstown-2 Buffalo-3 14 - 4 Paul Carpenter tallied a combined 10 runs in the sixth and seventh innings to pull away in what had been a 4-all game. Ben Maudie, Jason Beranek and Matt Privette each had two hits for PCCA, with Beranek hitting a triple and Privette a double. Wed (8/8) 1 p.m. Fichtner Altoona Youngstown 14 - 4 Johnston Realty scored 10 runs on one hit and nine walks in the second inning en route to a mercy-rule win. Drew Bankovich homered in the sixth and John Servello drove in a run with a double to put the mercy-rule into effect in the seventh. Wed (8/8) 7 p.m. Point Johnstown Buffalo-2 15 - 9 Omar Ward had three hits, three RBIs and two runs, and Jonny Kutchman had three hits, three runs and one RBI. George Coyle had two hits, four RBIs and two runs in a game delayed by 1:23 by rain and lasting 3:46 minutes before ending after midnight. Thu (8/9) 10 a.m. Point Stadium Buffalo-2 Altoona 3 - 4 Ben Foose pitched 7 1/3 innings in relief in a one-run victory. He struck out five and walked one while allowing two hits. Thu (8/9) 12:00 p.m. Roxbury Park New Orleans Zanesville 8 - 1 Tyler McManus hit two solo home runs and Daniel Dugas pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and two walks in a five-hitter. Thu (8/9) 2 p.m. Point Stadium New Brunswick Johnstown-2 5 - 4 Tavis Brunson doubled to lead off ninth and scored the walk-off run on Gary Otten's single to right. Thu (8/9) 7 p.m. Point Stadium Johnstown Youngstown 11 - 4 George Coyle has three hits with a double, four runs and two RBIs at the plate and pitches 2 2/3 scoreless frames, retiring the final eight batters to finish the game. Fri (8/10) 1 p.m. Point Stadium New Orleans New Brunswick 5 - 0 New Orleans Boosters right-hander Zach Roussel faced 29 batters and allowed only two hits in the shutout. Defending champion Boosters advance to the title game for a second straight year. Fri (8/10) 7 p.m. Point Stadium Altoona Johnstown 5 - 6 Martella's Pharmacy earned first trip to the tournament final in its 20-year history after starter Braxton Roxby and reliever Omar Ward limited Altoona to four hits. Boston Bradley had a two-run single. Sat (8/11) 6 P.M. Point Stadium New Orleans Johnstown 2 - 3 Martella's Pharmacy won the first AAABA Tournament championship for the host Johnstown franchise for the first time in history. LHP Brady Walker went 8 2/3 innings with five strikeouts, and T.J. Adams closed the game with a swinging strikeout on a 3-2 count with the bases loaded. New Orleans' Blake Freeman hit a solo home run.
Player Franchise Wins Losses Saves Innings ER ERA Strikes Walks Brady Walker Johnstown 2 0 0 14.2 1 0.63 14 3 Noah Laster Youngstown 1 0 0 14.0 2 1.29 14 8 Jarod Burnmaster Buffalo 1 0 0 9.0 2 2 11 5 Thomas Rozylowicz Maryland State 0 1 0 9.0 3 3 5 2 Daniel Dugas New Orleans 1 0 0 12.0 5 3.75 9 3
Player Pos Franchise At Bats Hits BA Doubles Triples HR's Runs RBI's Garrett O'Reilly Columbus 12 7 0.583 1 0 0 5 5 Brandon Briuglio New Orleans 16 9 0.563 4 1 1 5 9 Tyler McManus New Orleans 11 6 0.545 0 0 2 4 4 Brian Quezada Brooklyn 11 6 0.545 1 0 1 3 3 George Coyle Johnstown 18 9 0.5 4 0 0 10 6