Cal Ripken Tournaments
Warrington Youth Baseball is hosting the 2015 Cal Ripken Southeast PA State Tournament for the 11 year old age division at Barness Field. This State Tournament will begin July 18, 2015.
Warrington Youth Baseball is also hosting the 2015 Cal Ripken 10 Year Old Middle Atlantic Regional for the 10 year old age division at Barness Field. This Regional Tournament will begin July 25, 2015.
Please contact the WYB Tournament Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Warrington Youth Baseball had a very successful Cal Ripken Tournament Season in 2013.
The 8 Year Old Warrington Warhawks won the Cal Ripken District 10 and Pennsylvania State Championships going undefeated in both tournaments. The team then moved on to Staten Island, NY for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament where the boys fought to the Championship game and fell to the South Jersey State Champions Marlton.
Team members included: Kevin Bukowski, Eric Damico, Jack DiCesare, Logan Hinds, Sean McDaid, Walker McElrath, Nick Pinkerton, Sean Rieber, Brett Szarko, Dalton Van Zanten, Owen Wheeler and Aidan Zakarewicz.
The 11 Year Old Warrington Lumberkings won the Pennsylvania State Championship and went undefeated in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship Tournament in Basking Ridge, NJ beating Audubon on Northwest Pennsylvania 5-4 in the Championship Game.
Team members included: Logan Balesteri, Tyler Dalzell, Alex Dietz, Chad Ebinger, Brian Finn, Dalton Grochowski, Steve McMillan, Antonio Rossillo, Patrick Schaeffer, Nick Thompson, Brock Veit and Ryan Zakrzewski
The 12 Year Old Warrington Outlaws completed their final Cal Ripken season with District 10 and Pennsylvania State Championships being Glenside in both the District and State Finals. The team moved on to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship falling in the Semi-Finals to Piedmont, DE 10-9 in the Semi-Finals.
Team Members included: Nathan Bendzlowicz, Noah Collachi, DJ DiCesare, Kevin Gillard, Ryan Jennings, Tommy Kuypers, Michael Marino, Kyle McNamee, Brendan Meyer, Brian Rossi, Jake Trachtenberg, and Richie Walsh.