I.S. 318 : Welcome

Welcome To The I.S. 318 Conquistadors

Baseball Team Website

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Brooklyn Champions

2011 and 2013 MSBL New York City Champions

               

2015 NYC Middle School Baseball League Record

3-0


4/24 vs WCCS

Win 20-5 

Kalvin goes 3-4 with a triple and 3 RBI. Antonio and Edwin also hit triples

4/13 vs I.S. 71 

Win 14-1 

Edwin rips a double and 4 RBI and Johan earns another win with 6 strikeouts

4/2 vs M.S. 662

Win 22 - 0 

Edwin and Dante with 5 RBI each and Johan earns the win with 10 strikeouts


Team Leaders 

Batting Avg.

On Base Pct. 

Hits 

Runs 

.800  Dante Camp

.923  Dante Camp

 5  Edwin Valderrama

 7  Dante Camp

.714  Edwin Valderrama

.846  Edwin Valderrama

 4  Dante Camp

 7  Giovanny Vasquez

.500  Antonio Pena

.786  Antonio Pena

 3  Antonio Pena

 7  Isaiah Decias

.375  Kalvin Reinoso

.778  Giovanny Vasquez

 3  Kalvin Reinoso

 7  Jaylen Ramos

.333  Giovanny Vasquez  

.727  Isaiah Decias

 2  Johan Cepeda  6  Antonio Pena

.250  Isaiah Decias 

.667  Jaylen Ramos

 1  6 Players Tied  6  Kalvin Reinoso 
.250  Francis and Steven

.571  Steven Urena

   5  Edwin Valderrama   

RBI

 Doubles

Triples 

Home Runs 

10  Edwin Valderrama

 2  Edwin Valderrama  1  Kalvin Reinoso      
  9  Dante Camp  1  Steven Urena   1  Edwin Valderrama      
  6  Antonio Pena    1  Antonio Pena      
  3  Johan Cepeda    

 

  3  Kalvin Reinoso    

 

  3  Diego Dominguez       

 

  2  3 Players Tied

 

 

 

 Wins

 ERA

 WHIP

 Strikeouts

 3  Johan Cepeda 1.80  Johan Cepeda 1.70  Johan Cepeda     21  Johan Cepeda

2.00  Antonio Pena    2.00  Antonio Pena   7  Antonio Pena

   
   

 

 

   League Schedule and Standings are also up at www.leaguelineup.com/msblnyc

I.S. 318 Baseball Team History: 

             In 2010, coaches Thanasi Iliopoulos and John Nagler put together the first ever I.S. 318 baseball team. With the help of the Roberto Clemente Little League, a local middle school baseball league was formed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  I.S. 318 finished their inaugural season 11-1 winning the first ever league championship against rival M.S. 50. 

             In 2011, I.S. 318 decided to join the New York City Middle School Baseball League as one of over 50 teams in Manhattan, Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn fighting to win the City Championship.  The Conquistadors made their presence felt in the league going an undefeated 7-0 in the regular season.  After a 20-0 win against I.S. 166 in the first round of the Brooklyn playoffs, they then faced I.S. 62 Ditmas for the Brooklyn championship.  The Conquistadors battled their way coming from behind twice in the game to win the Brooklyn Championship 5-3. 

           The celebration didn't last long because I.S. 318 knew their biggest challenge yet was still to come in facing the Queens Champion - I.S. 61. Da Vinci team.  Da Vinci was the 2-time defending champion, not having lost a game in over 2 years.  Behind great pitching and perfect defense, the Conquistadors toppled the defending champs 2-0 to punch their ticket to the championship game.

           Behind the beautiful backdrop at Roosevelt Island, I.S. 318 faced the Bronx champion M.S. 145 for the City Championship Game.   The Conquistadors faced amazing adversity in the game starting from behind early,  then losing their MVP to an injury early in the game and later on losing their center fielder and hits leader to a concussion.  The team, not hiding their tears for their fallen teammate decided to battle on and staged a come from behind victory to take the 2011 City Championship!  It was an amazing season and all the parents and players that were a part of it,  will never forget it.

      Since joining that first season in the MSBL the baseball team has gone on to win two more Brooklyn championships in 2012 and 2013 as well as another City Championsip in 2013. 

 Win-Loss Record since 2010:  62-4

 

"When a great man dies, for years the light he leaves behind him, lies on the paths of men. "

- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

The I.S. 318 baseball team pays its respects to a great man and a great leader. Mr. Rubino gave so much to our school and this team. We wouldn't have a baseball team if it wasn't for his belief in offering as much as we can to our students inside and outside of school. We will miss him greatly.



Saturday, June 8
2013 MSBL Playoffs