Johnstown Mainline Pharmacy (6-0) defeated New Orleans Boosters (5-1) 3-2 in the championship game played before 2,528 fans at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point. A Johnstown franchise won the tournament for only the second time in 78 years, and the first time since 2018.
Franchise State Team Manager Logo Website Altoona PA Cumming Motors Chris Sanders Altoona-2 PA Johnston Realty Dennis Newberry Brooklyn NY SAYO Grays Darrel Tiebout Brooklyn-2 NY Cougars Eric Jaume Buffalo NY LDC Edge John Barberio Link Cleveland OH B2Bulls Jim Savel Sr. Link Columbus OH TNT Knights Daniel Crabtree LePara Link Johnstown PA Mainline Pharmacy Tim Rubal Link Johnstown-2 PA Martella’s Pharmacy Kerry Pfeil Link Maryland State MD Crabfest Michael Higginbotham Link New Brunswick NJ Matrix Glenn Fredricks Link New Orleans LA Boosters Doug Faust New York City NY Bonnie Rams Linton Dyer Philadelphia PA Philly Bandits Greg Olenski Jr. Link Youngstown OH Creekside Crocodiles Bob Mingo Zanesville OH Junior Pioneers Jay Bonifant
Place Franchise Team Games Wins Losses
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1 Johnstown Mainline Pharmacy 6 6 0 2 New Orleans Boosters 6 5 1 3 Johnstown-2 Martella’s Pharmacy 5 3 2 4 Columbus TNT Knights 5 2 3 5 Altoona Cumming Motors 4 2 2 6 Brooklyn-2 Cougars 4 2 2 7 New Brunswick Matrix 4 2 2 8 Youngstown Creekside Crocodiles 4 2 2 9 New York City Bonnie Rams 3 2 1 10 Brooklyn SAYO Grays 3 1 2 11 Buffalo LDC Edge 3 1 2 12 Maryland State Crabfest 3 1 2 13 Philadelphia Philly Bandits 3 1 2 14 Zanesville Junior Pioneers 3 1 2 15 Altoona-2 Johnston Realty 3 0 3 16 Cleveland B2Bulls 3 0 3
The Sportsmanship Award is given to the team that exhibits most exceptional sportsmanship.
Team Franchise Martella’s Pharmacy Johnstown-2
Player Position Team Franchise Erik Rhodes CF Mainline Pharmacy Johnstown Luke Barbier LHP Boosters New Orleans
Player Team Franchise Games At Bats Hits Ave. Chase Franken Creekside Crocodiles Youngstown 4 14 8 0.571
Player Team Franchise Strikeouts Innings Luke Barbier Boosters New Orleans 19 13
Single Game Strikeout Leader
Player Team Franchise Strikeouts Jacob Gehring Creekside Crocodiles Youngstown 14
Player Team Franchise RBI's Jhonnatan Ferrebus Boosters New Orleans 10 Nick Fleming Martella’s Pharmacy Johnstown-2 10
Schedule & Scores
Day Time Field Franchise 1 Franchise 2 Score Note Mon (7/31) noon Mount Aloysius New Brunswick Altoona-2 8 - 5 New Brunswick's Gianni Marana had three hits, including a homer and three RBIs, and pitcher Joe Carrea retired 13 in a row at one point. Mon (7/31) noon Portage New York City Brooklyn-2 6 - 5 New York's Andrew Ardito had a home run, a double, two runs scored and two RBIs in a comeback win. Mon (7/31) noon Roxbury Park Philadelphia New Orleans 3 - 8 Three-time defending tournament champions won their pool play opener for the fourth straight time since 2019. Jake Kaufmann and Cade Pregeant each went 3-for-4 with a run and one run batted in. Mon (7/31) noon Sargent's Stadium Johnstown-2 Cleveland 11 - 1 7 innings. Johnstown-2's Nick Fleming went 4-for-5 and finished a double shy of hitting for the cycle. Martella's had 11 hits, eight for extra bases. Steve Budash hit a 2-run HR. Aidan Layton struck out 6. Mon (7/31) noon Lilly Altoona Zanesville 15 - 4 7 innings. Altoona had 15 hits and 10 different players reached base. Kevin Lechner went 3-for-4 with four runs. Colton Burd drove in four runs. Jake Hillard, Corey Chamberlain and Aidan Steinbugl each scored twice. Mon (7/31) noon Forest Hills HS Brooklyn Youngstown 1 - 6 Youngstown starter Jake Gehring struck out 14 batters and Jeremy Krewzwiese fanned five as the Creekside Crocodiles hurlers combined for 19Ks. Mon (7/31) noon Westmont HS Maryland State Columbus 2 - 5 Columbus' Heath Mann struck out 13 and allowed only one earned run. Cam Gilkerson hit a run-scoring double during the TNT Knights' 3-run seventh. Mon (7/31) 7:30 Sargent's Stadium Buffalo Johnstown 1 - 10 Four Johnstown pitchers combined to strike out 17 batters, 11 of those looking, in front of 6,444 fans. Erik Rhodes had three hits, including two triples. Alex Glumac tripled. Tue (8/1) 10 a.m. Roxbury Park New Brunswick New York City 19 - 9 8 innings. New Brunswick had six extra-base hits, including homers by Gianni Marano, Kyle McSorley and Luke Bicknunas. Casey Cumiskey, Tony DiChiara and Trevor Wallace each doubled. Edwin Bueno had four hits, including a double for New York. Tue (8/1) 10 a.m. Forest Hills HS New Orleans Cleveland 9 - 1 New Orleans had five extra-base hits, including triples by Logan O'Neill and Jhonnatan Ferrubus, and doubles by Joshua Eames, Cade Pregeant and Giovanni Licciardi. Boosters broke open a 3-1 game with five runs in the seventh. Tue (8/1) 10 a.m. Portage Brooklyn Altoona 9 - 3 Brooklyn-1's Bryant Pena had two hits and three RBIs, and Teonis Pimentel had two hits, including a double. Marcel Garcia had two hits and drove in a pair. Tue (8/1) noon Lilly Brooklyn-2 Altoona-2 9 - 1 Brooklyn-2 pitcher Cole Peaslee tossed a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts and five walks. Caleb Mulcahy had four hits, including a triple, two runs and three RBIs. Tue (8/1) noon Sargent's Stadium Johnstown-2 Philadelphia 9 - 2 Johnstown-2 pitcher Michael Marinchak threw five scoreless innings with five strikeouts. Jared Dowey had two hits, with a double and two runs scored. Steve Budash had two hits. Hunder Smith doubled. Tue (8/1) noon Westmont HS Zanesville Youngstown 5 - 9 Youngstown's Colten Shaffer had two hits, including a double and two RBIs. Nathan Fleming had two hits with a double and three runs scored. Tue (8/1) noon Mount Aloysius Buffalo Maryland State 4 - 9 James Holloday and Kai Higginson each had three hits, and Ryan Torres, Harry Middlebrooks and J.D. Robinson each had two hits. Tue (8/1) 7:30 p.m. Sargent's Stadium Johnstown Columbus 6 - 1 Alex Glumac hit a 3-run triple in Johnstown's 6-run fourth inning, and pitcher Luke Schrock allowed 2 hits in 7 1/3 innings for the win. Wed (8/2) 10 a.m. Forest Hills HS New Brunswick Brooklyn-2 2 - 3 Thomas Michael Marshall went 4-for-4 at the plate and tossed 9 innings on the mound, striking out seven in Brooklyn-2 win. Brandon Polanco had three hits. New Brunswick's Trevor Wallace and Kyle McSorley each had two hits. Wed (8/2) 10 a.m. Westmont HS New York City Altoona-2 8 - 5 Aniel Delorbe had two hits, and George Calderon had two hits, with a double and two RBIs as New York beat Altoona-2. Johnston Realty scored five runs in the sixth to tie the game, but the Bonnie Rams answered. Wed (8/2) 10 a.m. Portage Zanesville Brooklyn 7 - 5 Zanesville used a four-run second to take the lead. Aidan Lackey tripled and drove in two runs. Matt Terzola had two RBIs. Brooklyn-1's Noel Medina had three hits. Wed (8/2) noon Sargent's Stadium New Orleans Johnstown-2 12 - 6 New Orleans' Jhonnatan Ferrebus had two homers, a double, three runs and five RBIs. Johnstown-2's Nick Fleming homered and Joe McGowan legged out a triple. Wed (8/2) noon Mount Aloysius Cleveland Philadelphia 1 - 12 Philadelphia's Aidan Robbins had two triples, two RBIs and three runs in the seven-inning win. Ethan Martini and Wyatt Baker each doubled. Wed (8/2) noon Roxbury Park Youngstown Altoona 4 - 13 Jacob Hillard went 4-for-5 with three doubles and a home run as Altoona won Pool C. Wed (8/2) noon Lilly Columbus Buffalo 4 - 8 Buffalo's Mason Cisco and Vincent Stutz each had three hits, including a double apiece in Buffalo's win. Wed (8/2) 7 p.m. Sargent's Stadium Maryland State Johnstown 4 - 10 Johnstown's Erik Rhodes had three hits, and relief pitcher Andrew Root tossed four scoreless innings for the save. Thu (8/3) noon Sargent's Stadium Brooklyn-2 Johnstown-2 3 - 11 Nick Fleming homered and Andrew Weaver had two doubles as Johnstown-2 pulled away from Brooklyn-2. Caleb Mulcahy homered and Luis Reyes doubled for Brooklyn-2. Thu (8/3) noon Forest Hills HS New Orleans New Brunswick 1 - 0 Giovanni Licciardi's solo homer in the fifth inning produced the game's lone run for New Orleans. Boosters Connor Achee (7 IP) and Kaile Levatino (2 IP) combined in the shutout. New Brunswick's Gianni Marano and Kyle McSorley each doubled among the Matrix's five hits. Starter Jake Marciano pitched 6 innings with 8Ks and 2 BB, and Joe Carrea tossed 2 scoreless frames, striking out 3. Thu (8/3) noon Westmont HS Altoona Columbus 5 - 15 7 innings. Cam Gilkerson had three hits, with a home run and two doubles while driving in five runs in Columbus' win. Daniel Gladden had three hits, including two doubles. The TNT Knights collected 17 hits. Altoona's Ethan Schimony hit a grand slam, and Corey Chamberlain hit a homer. Thu (8/3) 7 p.m. Sargent's Stadium Johnstown Youngstown 9 - 0 Seth Shuey pitched 8 scoreless innings for the win, and Brody Roberts closed for Mainline Pharmacy. Erik Rhodes hit his third triple of the tourament, driving in two runs. He had two hits and three RBIs. Fri (8/4) noon Sargent's Stadium Johnstown-2 New Orleans 2 - 4 New Orleans scored 3 runs in the bottom of the eighth in a comeback win that put the Boosters into the finals. Logan O'Neill had three hits for New Orleans. Casey Artigues hit a two-run triple during the winning rally. Martella's Konnor Pittman had a run-scoring single to give his team the lead. Pittman and Hunter Smith each had two hits for Johnstown-2. Fri (8/4) 7 p.m. Sargent's Stadium Johnstown Columbus 10 - 8 Devon Boyles went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs as Johnstown earned a spot in the championship game. Releiver Aiden coleman pitched the eighth and ninth innings, striking out five for Mainline Pharmacy. Sat (8/5) 7 p.m. Sargent's Stadium New Orleans Johnstown 2 - 3 Johnstown Mainline Pharmacy used a 2-run homer by Devon Boyles in the bottom of the first and a run-scoring single by Lincoln Pack in the third for its runs. Reliever Griffin Madden pitched 3.1 scoreless innings in a 3-2 win over 3-time defending champion New Orleans in front of 2,528 fans.