2015 Seadogs

12U BLUEs and 10U BLUES in Finals

Two Seadog teams advanced to the NEAAU Final Four and will need two more wins to be crowned champions!

Both took similar paths, losing their first game in Pool Play before winning their next two and escape as champions of their respective pools.

Coach Tom Levett’s 12U squad dropped their opener on Saturday to the East Bay Bulldogs 12-4. Later that same day they topped the Rhode Island Raptors 6-5 to keep their hopes alive. On Sunday they stunned the #2 seeded Mass Hurricanes 6-4 to advance.

On Saturday, June 13, they will play in Connecticut against the #3 seed New England Storm at 12:00 noon. The winner will play the winner of the game between the Ocean State Outlaws (#4) and the Connecticut Mustangs (#9). The Seadogs came in as the #14 seed out of 16 teams.

 

Walkoff Grand Slam Keys 10U Weekend!

Seadogs 11, Lakeville Cardinals 8

After dropping their Saturday opener and needing a win to stay in contention, Dylan Umano’s eighth inning, one out grand slam made the Dogs an 11-8 winner. Trailing 4-0 in the first, Grayden Harris hit the first of his two homers to cut the lead to 4-1. RBI hits by Cole Murphy and John Garrett narrowed it to a 4-3 game. The Cardinals stretched the lead to 7-3 before fifth inning back to back long balls by Harris and Murphy made it 7-5. A two-run single by Conor Therrien knotted things at 7-7. The Cards took an 8-7 lead in the top of the eighth to set the stage. Vince Chaisson and Gil Dolan both singled. Harris was intentionally walked before Umano launched the game winner.

Seadogs 12, East Greenwich Avengers 1

The Dogs scored in every inning, highlighted by Alex McGowan’s three run triple and Nick McCabe allowed just three hits.

10U BLUES Win Three

Saturday May 9

Seadogs 16, Braintree Bandits 5

Vince Chaisson, Syd Palese and Ryan Lindblom shared duties on the mound while the Seadogs slugged their way to victory. John Garrett’s opposite field blast highlighted the offensive explosion at Watson Park in Braintree.

Sunday May 10

Seadogs 12, New England Storm 0

Connor Therrien, Alex McGowan and Nick McCabe combined to allow just one baserunner in the opening win in Auburn, MA. Grayden Harris, Danny Kent and Syd Palese contributed to a solid offensive effort.

Seadogs 14, New England Storm 4

Grayden Harris, Danny Kent and Sean Regan finished off a strong pitching weekend. Dylan Umano, Cole Murphy, Gil Dolan and Ryan Lindblom had multi-hit efforts on the day.

 

12U BLUES Win Three of Four

Saturday May 9

Seadogs 6, Milton Knights 2

Patrick Menton tossed a complete game four hitter and added three hits including a double and an RBI in a strong two way effort. Jake Becker (2 for 3, HR, 2 RBI) led the attack along with two hit men Jack Doyle, Camden Harris and Chris Karalekas.

Seadogs 11, Milton Knights 5

Becker (4 for 4, double, 2 RBI) continued his hot hitting in game two. Other muti-hit guys included Dan Elliott, Karalekas, Doyle, Menton, Harris and Kyle McCrea. Noah Edge tossed three shutout innings in relief.

Sunday May 10

Seadogs 6, Cape Cod Clippers 5

Jack McPartlin pitched five strong innings for the win. Jack Doyle, Camden Harris and Patrick Menton each had two hits for the Seadogs.

Cape Cod Clippers 7, Seadogs 4

Brian Doherty tossed three solid innings but the Clippers came away with the split of Sunday’s twinbill.

10U BLUES in Sweep

Sunday May 3

Seadogs 8, Lakeville Cardinals 7

A five run second was highlighted by Dylan Umano’s two-run homerun as the Dogs jumped out to an early lead and hung on for the victory. Ryan Linblom’s sprawling catch in centerfield sealed the win. John Garrett and Umano shared the pitching duties.

Seadogs 5, Lakeville Cardinals 2

Cole Murphy pitched five strong innings before Gil Dolan came on and slammed the door to conclude the sweep in Lakeville. The Dogs scored all their runs in the first inning keyed by an RBI double from Danny Kent and hits by Dolan, Lindblom, Murphy and Nick Dubois.

The sweep upped the Seadogs record to 4-2-1 in NEAAU Super Division play.

 

14U Enjoy Saturday, Falter on Sunday

Saturday May 2

Seadogs 13, Atlantic Mariners Open 3

Ten runs over the first two innings led the way for the Dogs. Ten players added hits with two apiece from Bradley Albanese and Kevin McGovern.

Seadogs 16, Atlantic Mariners Open 1

Hayden McCarthy (3 for 3, 2 doubles, 2 RBI) and Patrick Tevenan (2 for 3, 4 RBI) were the heavy hitters while Jack Clougherty, Andrew Snape (3 RBI) and Albanese had two hits each.

Sunday May 3

Brian Rose Baseball RED 12, Seadogs 2

The Dogs allowed ten runs in the first two innings in this five inning affair. Sam Pasquantonio had a two-run double.

Brian Rose Baseball RED 18, Seadogs 12

Rose Baseball scored seven times in the seventh inning to outlast the Seadogs in a game two slugfest.

 

12U BLUES in Weekend Sweep

Saturday April 25

Seadogs 4, South Plymouth Panthers 3

Winning pitcher Patrick Menton went four strong innings and also drove in the game winner. Cam Harris provided the game tying hit before Menton drove him in. Jake Becker added two hits.

Seadogs 8, South Plymouth Panthers 0

Kyle McCrea (6 K’s, 3 BB’s) allowed just 1 hit in a complete game effort and had two hits including a homerun in a great two-way performance. Jack Doyle, Jake Becker and Cam Harris all chimed in with a pair of hits.

Sunday April 26

Seadogs 15, South Shore Sabers 7

The Seadogs banged out 17 hits in the opening win. Brian Doherty (4 for 4, 3 runs), Jake Becker (4 for 4, 2 doubles, 5 RBI) and Jack Doyle (3 for 4, 4 RBI) led the attack.

Seadogs 10, South Shore Sabers 0

Jack Doyle and Jake Becker split the pitching and the Seadogs posted five first inning runs to complete the sweep. Patrick Menton and Jake Becker had a pair of hits each.

 

13U BLUES Win Three

Triple Play All Stars 7, Seadogs 3

The Dogs were held to just 6 hits in Saturday’s opener in Bolton. Tyler Fasoli’s two run single and a Zander Gomez RBI double accounted for all the runs. Jake Christian’s bat stayed hot as he had two hits including a double.

Seadogs 8, Triple Play All Stars 4

The Dogs rebounded behind Jack Jamieson’s solid pitching. Zander Gomez (triple, double, 3 RBI) and Evan Marwill (2 run double) led the offense. Gomez closed it out with two scoreless innings of relief.

Sunday April 26

Seadogs 8, Giants 4

Will Fitzgerald went the distance in Sunday’s opener at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton. Patrick Manning’s two-run, second inning double along with Joe Sullivan’s two run, sixth inning double were the big hits.

Seadogs 8, Giants 7

The Dogs came from behind twice to get the win in this hard fought, seesaw battle. Joe Sullivan scored on a walk-off wild pitch as the Dogs improved to 10-2.

 

14U Split Four Games

Saturday April 25

Seadogs 6, Team Mizuno NAVY 4

RBI singles from Shane O’Sullivan and John Tellier were the big hits in the fifth inning in this comeback win. The Dogs added an insurance run in the sixth. Jack Clougherty fanned the final two hitters for the save.

Seadogs 17, Team Mizuno NAVY 2

Thirteen Seadog hits combined with seven free passes created this mercy shortened win. John Tellier, Andrew Snape and Jack Clougherty each had two hits. Ten Seadogs had hits.

Sunday April 26

Cape Cod Clippers 6, Seadogs 5

The Clippers threw out both runners attempting to steal on a first and third play with no outs in the seventh to come away with the win.

Cape Cod Clippers 9, Seadogs 2

A faulty defensive effort led to the Clippers easy win in game two.

12U GOLD Splits

Sunday April 26

Shamrock Baseball 9, Seadogs 1

Strong pitching from starter Joe Bianchi was hurt by poor defensive play as the Dogs dropped the opener.

Seadogs 9, Shamrock Baseball 8

Brady Cashman (3 for 3, double, triple) led the way to the Seadogs first win of the season, swinging a potent bat and making a great defensive double play from the outfield. Johnny Cannavo (3 for 4, 5 for 7 on the day) and Nolan Tiani (3 hits) were offensive stars. Dylan Levangie and Andrew Joffe both shined defensively.

 

14U Enjoy Winning Weekend

Saturday April 18

Seadogs 7, RI Riverdogs 6

Reliever Jack Clougherty came into a bases loaded, no out situation with the Dogs trailing in the fifth. He escaped unscathed which precipitated a Seadogs rally. Two run sixth inning doubles from John Tellier and Kevin McGovern created a one run lead. The Riverdogs scored twice to re-gain the lead before the Seadogs walkoff rally in their last chance. Patrick Tevenan’s (2 hits) leadoff single and a walk preceded a Charlie Devin RBI groundout which tied it. The game winner then scored on a wild pitch. Shane O’Sullivan added three hits while Clougherty got the win with three shutout innings.

Seadogs 8, RI Riverdogs 5

A three run Seadogs sixth sent a seesaw battle the Dogs way. Keying the rally were hits by John Tellier, Jack Clougherty and Sean Rafferty (double). Andrew Snape (4 IP, 2 hits, 7 K’s) tossed four strong innings. Sean Coffey got the save. Nine different Seadogs had hits.

Sunday April 19

Seadogs 13, Show Baseball 2

Andrew Snape (3 for 4, 2 doubles, 4 RBI) led the hit parade in this mercy shortened contest. Patrick Tevenan, Sam Pasquantonio and Sean Coffey each had two hits of the total of fourteen. Shane O’Sullivan and Kevin McGovern (3 IP, 6 K’s) shared mound duties.

Seadogs 14, Show Baseball 1

Game two was more of the same as Charlie Devin (3 hits), Patrick Findley (2 doubles), Shane O’Sullivan (2 hits) and Bradley Albanese (2 hits) led the attack.

13U Blues Win Three of Four

Saturday April 18

Seadogs 12, Middlesex Reds 3

Patrick Manning and Mike Milanoski shared the pitching duties, keeping things close before the Seadogs exploded with twelve runs from the second to the fourth innings in a game played at Barry Park in Medford.

Seadogs 5, Middlesex Reds 1

Tom Marshman’s first Seadogs start was a gem as he allowed just two hits over six innings of work. Pat Manning’s two run singled in the third inning was the key hit.

Sunday April 19

Seadogs 5, South Plymouth 2

Tom Connor tossed five strong innings and Zander Gomez came on for the two inning save as the Seadogs won a hard fought victory at Plymouth North High School.

South Plymouth 3, Seadogs 1

Will Fitzgerald was the hard luck loser as three hurlers stymied the Dogs offense and handed them their first defeat of the season. Two squeeze plays hurt the Seadogs.

10U Blues Split in Auburn

Seadogs 5, New England Storm 0

Cole Murphy and John Garrett tossed three innings each, allowing just two hits with 14 strikeouts. Gil Dolan’s leadoff triple was followed by Dylan Umano’s long homerun. Murphy later chimed in with a circuit clout of his own. Ryan Lindlom (2 runs) and Grayden Harris (3 hits) provided additional offense.

New England Storm 4, Seadogs 3

A furious last inning rally left the tying run on second as the Storm earned a split. Gil Dolan, Dylan Umano and Grayden Harris each pitched well in the loss. The Dogs were held to just four hits.

 

12U BLUES Drop a Pair

Hurricanes 7, Seadogs 6

Holding a 6-5 lead in the sixth, Brian Doherty came on in relief to try to close things out. After retiring a hitter and going 0-2 on the next guy, he was struck by a line drive and left the game. The Canes then scored twice for the win. Cam Harris tossed two strong innings and added two hits and a homerun. Jake Becker added a pair of hits.

Hurricanes 12, Seadogs 2

Cam Harris (2 for 2, double) and Jake Becker (2 hits) were highlights in game two.

13U BLUES Get 2015 Season Underway

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March 28 and 29

The 13U Blues won twice in the season opening tourney played at the New England Baseball Complex in Northboro.

Seadogs 5, Northeast Baseball 0

Jack Jamieson’s RBI single gave the Dogs a first inning lead. It remained that way until the fifth inning rally keyed by Jake Christian’s leadoff double. Singles by Evan Marwill and Tom Marshman increased the lead. Winning pitcher Will Fitzgerald (4 IP, 0 BB’s, 5 K’s, 1 hit)  tossed four tidy innings with Zander Gomez following with three perfect innings.

Seadogs 13, New England Blazers 2

Southpaw Tom Connor threw four no-hit innings and the Dogs plated 10 runs on 10 hits in the second inning to blow things open. Johnny Niles fanned two in his one inning of work. Tom Marshman (2 for 2) led the hit parade while Jake Christian was 4 for 5 on the day.

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