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Jun 25, 2019 4:10 PMPublication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press

Hampton Bays Looks To Get Back On Track This Week In District 36 Tournament

Jun 25, 2019 4:22 PM

The Hampton Bays 12-and-under All-Stars had the unlucky hand of drawing what appears to be the top teams in their pool in their first two games of the District 36 Tournament.

After suffering a tough 8-7 loss to Sag Harbor at the Bridgehampton Fire Department field on Saturday afternoon, Hampton Bays lost, 14-0, at East Hampton on Monday afternoon. East Hampton and Sag Harbor both sit atop the Pool ‘A’ standings as of Tuesday morning while North Shore American and East End are both 1-1 and Hampton Bays and Southampton are 0-2. After each team plays each other once, which will wrap up this Sunday, the top two teams from each pool move on to the semifinals of the tournament. Pool ‘B’ this year is made up of North Shore National, Eastport-South Manor, Moriches Bay, North Patchogue/Medford, Riverhead and Mastic. The tournament ultimately leads to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Hampton Bays will look to get into the win column this week. It hosted North Shore American on Wednesday and will play at Southampton at Downs Family Recreational Park on Friday at 5:45 p.m. before finishing pool play at home at Red Creek Park on Sunday at noon against East End Little League.

The players for this year’s team include Michael “Soup” Campbell, Nate Carney, Ryan Carvis, Nate Chekijian, Taylor Clark, Thomas Culhane, Nate Donahue, Xavier Johnson, Ian Kuffner, Tristan Maffia, Lucas Magnozzi, Seamus Smith, John Tedesco and Cole Wilson. Tim Wilson is the team’s manager and Pat Donahue and Mike Kuffner are the assistant coaches.

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