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Nate Krevey fires as Anthony Waterloo gets ready at 1st
Tuesday, September 25
CHARLES COUNTY YOUTH LEAGUE
13U PREP

"YANKEES"



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YANKEES RALLY LATE
ADVANCE TO CHARLES COUNTY BABE RUTH LEAGUE FINALS
9-4 WIN OVER TIGERS SETS REMATCH WITH REDS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP

MATTHEW SMITH AND JOSH TIMKO FLEX SOME MUSCLE TO LEAD YANKEES

      SATURDAY, LAURAL SPRINGS PARK   The score was deadlocked for the first four innings of
this hotly contested semi-finals match between the YANKEES and TIGERS. . The YANKEES had a
regular season undefeated record versus these same TIGERS, but this game was to be different.
Pitcher Nate Krevey was his usual masterful self on the hill shutting down the TIGER attack, but
the TIGER defense became very stingy and cut down two YANKEES at the plate! Matthew Smith
got the YANKEE hit machine started with a 250 foot double down the left field line. Bradley Tipper
soon followed with a single and the YANKEES threatened, but could not score.
Patrick Flaherty started the 4th with a walk and Devon Herbert deliverd with a grounder to get Patrick into scoring position. But curses foiled again!...as great hustle by the Tiger catcher nipped Patrick at the plate on a wild pitch.

      With one out in the bottom of the 5th Jonathan Grzech. singled and Matthew Smith drew a walk. The runners were in scoring position when "hot hitting" Brendan Klotz deliverd with a clutch single that scored Jonathan. With runners on 2nd and 3rd, Nate Krevey drilled a "hot shot" off the shortstops glove that scored both Matt and Jonathan. Justin Grey,was just in time, to draw a walk before Patrick Flaherty stepped into the box. With Nate in scoring position Patrick delivered by smashing a line drive single to left-center that scored Nate. The Yankees tried to shut them down but these pesky TIGERS wouldn't go away as they rallied to knot the score at 4-4.

       To start the bottom of ther 6th Tommy Adams legged out a grounder to third. Bradley and the next batter walked to jam the bases. Matthew then picked up an RBI by drawing another walk. It was then Josh Timko's turn to deliver. With the bases packed, he connected on one of the longest hits of the season! He drove a low fastball within a foot of the left-centerfield fence! When the smoke cleared, Josh was cruising into second with a base clearing stand up double! The almost 300 foot shot had done its damage, but the TIGERS were able to retire Josh before catcher Brendan Klotz came to bat. Brendan then singled again and stole second to get into scoring position. Nate Krevey then singled to score Brendan and that was all that was needed. Justin Grey finished in relief of Tommy Adams and closed out the top of the 7th 1-2-3. The game ended on a hard hit grounder to Devon Herbert at third who was able to make the tough play to Anthony Waterloo at first to end the game.

       The champonship game is scheduled for TUESDAY NIGHT at Laurel Springs Park in La Plata.

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PIRATES WANT MORE AS YANKEES FINISH WITH A FLURRY 16 - 7

       When the clock ran out on regulation play the YANKEES had opened the BABE RUTH LEAGUE PLAYOFFS with a 9-7 victory! The game had ended with a great comeback try by the PIRATES and several controversial calls. The PIRATES had the bases loaded in the top of the sixth when the homeplate umpire failed to see catcher Brendan Klotz jump up to make the catch and then land with his foot on the dish. The PIRATES had scored 5 runs and still had the bases jammed. The next batter hit a hot grounder to 3rd baseman Devon Herbert who made a great play fielding the ball and then waited for the runner comming from second to apply the tag. The runner sidestepped Devon and raced to the bag scoring another run. But, not so fast...on the appeal to the homeplate umpire, the runner was called out for running out of the baseline to avoid the tag.

       With regulation time expired,the players and coaches lined up for handshakes after the game. The players started cleaning up equiptment and the players for the next game began to take the field. After the team meeting, players and families began to head home while others stayed to watch the next game. An after the game conference between the coaches, the commissioner and the umpires resulted in the continuation of the game. It seems that no one told the umpire that the game can not end unless 7 innings are played. After a flurry of cell phone calls and several players running to the parking lot to catch moving cars The YANKEES managed to make it back to the field!

       The YANKEES went back to work and immediately pounded out 7 more runs! A one-two-three top of the 7th sent the PIRATES packing this time as the YANKEES go home with the W!!! Pitcher Nate Krevey brought his "A" game holding the PIRATES in check early. He racked up 7 strikeouts as the YANKS posted an 8-1 lead. "Rocket Man" Brendan Klotz had the big stick with two doubles. The YANKEES advance to the CHARLES COUNTY YOUTH LEAGUE semi-finals this SATURDAY at Laurel Springs Park.

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YANKEES REBOUND BY BEATING TIGERS
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YANKEES FALL HARD TO PIRATES
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JUSTIN GREY AND JOSH TIMKO LEAD COMBACK TRY BUT YANKEES COME UP SHORT VS CALVERT REDS

       Getting down early didn't discourage the YANKEES, as they erupted for 7 runs in the 4th inning at Laurel Springs Park. The bats finally "came alive", but the hole was to deep, as the YANKS fall to the other REDS.

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RIGHTHANDER BREAKS HAND IN GO-KARTING ACCIDENT

       First the good news. The finger that Patrick Flaherty jammed in the game vs the Pirates is just sprained and it should be fine in just a few days. Now, the bad news...while nursing his badly sprained finger, Patrick thought he would just take it easy and go for a leisurely drive in his GO-KART. Not wanting to further injure his hand, he let one of his classmates drive him through the trails around his uncle's house in Brandywine. Unfortunately, the inexperienced driver failed to negotiate a sharp turn that resulted in the GO-KART flipping over! Even though the cart had a full roll cage, Patrick's left hand got trapped under one of the roll bars. SNAP! NO, that wasn't a twig. That was the metacarple bone in Patrick's left hand.

       The swelling was so severe the Orthopaedic doctor couldn't place a full cast on his wrist. He hopes he can make it back into the line-up before the end of the season. The YANKEE leadoff man had a batting average over .400 and will sorely be missed! He had some excellent outings on the hill and is considered one of the YANKEE "BIG UNITS". Get well soon!!!
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YANKEES POUND PIRATES 15-7

       After resting their bats against the REDS last week the YANKEES brought their big sticks to Laurel Springs Park. From top to bottom the YANKEES knocked out hit after hit. Patrick Flaherty picked up the victory and whacked a double and single before jamming a finger(on his throwing hand).

       From Brendan Klotz, with his blazing speed...to the little guys in the line up, everyone had a great game. Devon Herbert, Justin Grey and Anthony Waterloo all delivered with clutch hits. Nathan Krevey kept his stick hot at the plate driving in a couple of big runs.

       WAY TO GO YANKEES!!!
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YANKEES SEEING RED AFTER FALLING TO REDS

       Nathan Krevey had a hot day at the plate and Brendan Klotz and Patrick Flaherty singled, but RED defense stymied any chance at a YANKEE rally. Patrick Flaherty was able to show his defensive skills by picking off two runners at second and one at third in relief of Nathan. Nathan,Justin Grey, and Devon Herbert combined on a 6-4-3 double play but there weren't many highlights in this one as the YANKEES fall to 6 and 2 on the season.
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YANKEES SPANK TIGERS 13 - 6

      Pitcher Nathan Krevey picked up his 2nd win of the season behind a constant barrage of YANKEE hits.
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CALVERT NEW YORKERS FIND WEARING YANKEE BLUE A NO NO AT LAUREL SPRINGS PARK

ADAMS,FLAHERTY AND GREZCH COMBINE FOR NO HITTER VS CROSS STATE RIVALS

       Tommy Adams improved his mark by picking up his third win of the season. Patrick Flaherty came in to relieve Tommy in the second to quell any chance of a Calvert rally. Patrick notched 3 K's before yielding to Jonathan Grezch in the 4th. Jonathan had his best game of the seson by striking out the sides to end the game and preserve the NO HITTER!

       Brendan Klotz delivered the big blast of the day with a 270 foot shot to "deadcenter". The stand up double left the home team screaming for more. "Birthday Boy", Devon Herbert started his own party with an RBI single that scored a couple of runs. Catcher Anthony Waterloo recorded his second "strike'em out thow'em out" double play of the season, when he caught a runner napping just off third base. Many YANKEES reached base safely. Patrick lead the hit parade going 3 for 3! But in the end it was the YANKEE pitching and defense that shut down the YORKERS attack.

WAY TO GO YANKEES!!!
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YANKEES MISS WAKE UP CALL AND FALL TO REDS

       Injuries and a shortage of players took its toll on the YANKEE lineup Saturday in the battle for first place with the REDS. Patrick Flaherty tried to get things started with a lead off single to left, but the REDS squashed any rally attempt. Anthony Waterloo blasted a double and Brendan Klotz continues to leg out hits, but the REDS were able to turn two double plays to shut down the YANKEE batters.

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YANKEES TAME TIGERS 11-1

       The Charles County Youth League YANKEES kept their undefeated season in check with a victory over the TIGERS Thursday night. Patrick Flaherty pitched a masterpiece allowing a couple of hits and one walk over 4 innings. The YANKEE defense stayed on its toes all night to shut down these same TIGERS who beat the REDS a few games ago.
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YANKEES GIVE THE DODGERS THE BLUES 7 - 1

       The DODGERS flew into town Tuesday night to try their luck against the undefeated YANKEES at Laurel Springs. This time St. Peters ALUM, Brendan Klotz was inthe line up. After missing opening day he wasted no time in the batters box. He proved that he was going to be a force to be reckoned with in '05. His 3 for 3 day lead the YANKEES as they put on another consistant performance. Bradley Tipper(1-0)got the start and retired to top of the DODGER lineup without any damage. Jonathan Grezch got things started with a "hot shot" up the middle. After that there was no looking back as the YANKESS cruise to victory.



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