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Jul 3, 2018 2:06 PMPublication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press

Both Sag Harbor All-Star Teams Split Their First Two Games Of District 36 Tournament

Sag Harbor Little League played against Hampton Bays at Red Creek Park on Saturday morning.  DANA SHAW
Jul 4, 2018 12:06 PM

The Sag Harbor Majors (12-and-under) and Minors (10-and-under) Little League All-Star teams have begun play in the District 36 Tournaments and both have split their first two games.

The Minors All-Stars lost to undefeated East Hampton, 12-1, on Friday but came right back with a 14-8 victory over Hampton Bays the next day. Sag Harbor was scheduled to host Southampton on Tuesday evening in Bridgehampton and the winner of that game will advance through pool play to the district semifinals on Friday, which become a single-elimination playoff.

The Minors All-Stars are made up of Spencer Cavaniola, Nicholas D’Angelo, Andrew Dehler, Kai Greene, Jeffrey Gregor, Lucas Harder, Benjamin Kriegsman, Dominic Mazzeo, Martin Milazzo, Evan Mitchell, Finlay Panton, Michael Schaefer and Aiden Yurkewitch, and are managed by Ben Gregor.

The Majors All-Stars defeated Eastport South Manor, 9-3, on Friday night, but lost to undefeated East Hampton, 13-2, on Monday. The Majors division has many more teams in it this season, with 13 teams split into two pools. Sag Harbor plays in Pool ‘B’ along with East Hampton, ESM, Moriches Bay, North Shore National and Southampton. After playing each team once, the top two teams from each pool will advance to the semis.

Manager Chris Husband said that he has a well balanced team this year with a lot of versatility, including a number of pitchers to choose from. Sag Harbor used an eight-run bottom of the fifth to pull out the win over Hampton Bays last week.

Ethan Bramoff, Nathan Dee, Chad Federico, Justin Gardiner, William Husband, Cooper Kelsey, Carter Kleinsmith, Braeden Mott, Paul Roesel, Charles Schaefer, Andrew Wayne and Mason Wheeler make up this year’s Majors team.

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