Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Butler did it for EG-C LL - again

East Greenbush/Castleton's Anthony Butler celebrates going from first to third safely in front of Twin Town third baseman Sal Pezzolla during third inning of District 14 Little League baseball Championship action Thursday July 15, 2010 at East Greenbush. He also came up big Tuesday night in Chatham. (Photos by J.S. Carras/The Record).

CHATHAM — Pressure situations do not seem to bother East Greenbush-Castleton 11-12-year-old Little League slugger Anthony Butler. In fact, he seems to thrive on them.

With Tuesday’s Region 3 championship game against Rotterdam hanging in the balance, Butler blasted a two-run homer to snap a 7-7 tie, then slammed the door shut on a late rally in the bottom of the sixth to propel East Greenbush to a 9-8 victory and a berth in the New York State Championship Tournament.

Tuesday’s clutch play was nothing new for Butler, whose walk-off home run a year earlier against Colonie put the East Greenbush 11-year-old All-Stars into the state tournament.

“I normally come up big in big situations,” Butler said.


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With the Section 3 title now in hand, East Greenbush/Castleton sets its sights on the state championship tournament, with the winner there moving on to play in the Mid-Atlantic Regionals in Bristol, Connecticut.

East Greenbush/Castleton will be in Pool B, along with teams from Section 4 (Montgomery or Stony Point) and Section 6 (Sunrise or North Babylon) Their first game is scheduled for Thursday at 7:45 p.m. against the Section 4 representative.

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And the rest of Tuesday's local roundup:
Little League
District 14 B Round Robin
East Greenbush Gold 3, Twin Town Blue 2:
Tommy Miller’s single in the seventh inning scored Tommy Donahue with the winning run.
Nick Raymond and Donahue each hit a double for East Greenbush. Miller struck out 14 in six innings for the victors.
Twin Town’s Colin Fazziola’s two-run single in the sixth inning tied score and forced extra innings.
Brunswick 8, Twin Town 7: Brandon Cellucci pitched two shutout innings to stop a Twin Town rally and record the victory.
Twin Town rallied to within a run in the fourth inning when Joe Vooris slammed a three-run homer.
Chris St. Dennis hit a three-run homer to give Brunswick an early lead it never relinquished.

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