Fleet Park Little League: VCP Nationals: 16 - VCP Yankees: 11

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  VCP Nationals vs 16 22 1  
  VCP Yankees 11 18 0  
Game Played 4/19/2013 1:00PM  

Offense aplenty in the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees's 16
Eighteen hits weren't enough for the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees as it lost a shootout, 16-11 in six innings, to the Nationals on Friday at Field seven.

Justin L got a hit in each of his three at bats. He homered in the first inning and singled in the fourth and fifth innings.

The Nationals pounded the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees pitching, as eight hitters combined for 17 hits, eight RBIs and 14 runs scored.

The FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the top of the first. The FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees' rally started when Matthew W singled. A groundout by Andrew M then moved Matthew from first to second. Childers W tripled, scoring Matthew. The FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees then tacked on more runs when W scored on a two-run home run by Justin.

The Nationals never trailed after scoring six runs in the first on six singles.

The Nationals added six more runs in the bottom of the second. A single by Lucas ignited the offense,, plating Kolby. That was followed up by Pierce's triple, scoring Lucas.

Six runs in the top of the fourth helped the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees close their deficit to 12-9. A single by Justin, an RBI double by Ethan W, a two-run single by Daylin M, an RBI single by Ramsey B, and an RBI single by Adrian T sparked the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees' rally.

After pushing across two runs in the top of the fifth, the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees faced just a 12-11 deficit. A two-run single by Andrew gave the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees life. Ethan to end the FPLL Veteran Coach Pitch Yankees threat.

It didn't take long for the Nationals to respond as they scored four runs of their own in the fifth. The Nationals scored on an RBI single by Kyle, an RBI single by Fred, and a two-run double by Houston.