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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

TO THE NEWEST

SCS MARINER

BRENNAN WILLIAM MALONE

6/9/2010 

Congratulations to Lake Shore (Kevin Malone, Ray Peralta, Aaron Rockenseuss) and St. Clair (Shane Dembinski, Andrew Rossi) for their District Championships

Lake Shore moves on to play Orchard Lake St. Marys and St. Clair plays Lutheran North for a chance to meet in the Regional Finals

Lanse Creuse North 3 Anchor Bay 0

Dan Clouse picked a good time to earn his first win of the season.
The sophomore pitcher tossed a four-hitter and struck out six, helping host L'Anse Creuse North to a 3-0 shutout victory over Anchor Bay in a Division 1 district final on Friday.
Clouse allowed a first-inning double by Kevin Collica - the only time he surrendered an extra base hit. He was dominant from start to finish and frustrated the Tars best hitters.
Despite the nearly flawless complete game, Clouse was initially worried that he would not be at his best.
"At the beginning of the game, my arm was a little bit shaky and I didn't think I was going to last that long," Clouse explained. "But as the game went on, I felt better and better. This was probably my best performance ever."
In addition to mowing down the Tars, who finished the season 22-8 overall, Clouse helped his cause with an RBI double in the second inning.
The Crusaders (19-11 overall) scored twice in the second. Senior third baseman Ryan Lech smacked an RBI triple, which brought classmate Tyler Veach home for a 1-0 lead. Clouse followed up two batters later.
Anchor Bay pitcher Anthony Misiewicz kept the Crusaders at bay with a 1-2-3 third inning, but it gave way to another run during a bizarre sequence in the fourth.
LCN's Alex Sypniewski came to the plate with runners on second and third and nobody out. The junior right fielder smacked an RBI single, which made its way out to center field. Clouse scored from third base, with senior outfielder Keaton Lashley chasing hard from second base. The throw from the outfield was in time, but it bounced off the chest of Tars catcher Steve Zawicki. Lashley jumped over Zawicki's head and tried to touch home plate, but was eventually called out.
It was a play that baffled Crusaders coach Jeff Dropps.
"The plate was being blocked, the catcher didn't have the ball and (Lashley) was kind of left with no choice," Dropps said with a smile. "But, he also could've ran around him. It hurt, because there was nobody out and we weren't getting a lot of hits."
Indeed, the Crusaders made the most of the opportunities that arose. The team managed nine hits off of Misiewicz, who pitched the entire game and fanned five.
L'Anse Creuse North was very sound defensively, but Clouse threw so well that his fielders did not have to make many tough plays. It was a game that impressed Dropps.
"Dan is a very poised kid as a tenth-grader," he said. "He's hit in the middle of our lineup all year and he's also an outstanding catcher."
The district championship was the first for LCN since 2006, when they defeated Anchor Bay by a 3-1 final.
Anchor Bay advanced to the title game by knocking off Port Huron 11-3. The Tars had 12 hits in the game, played Friday morning. Among those were home runs from Kevin Collica and Andrew Lobbesteal. Collica knocked in a total of four and scored twice himself. Nick Black and Travis Ryan had two hits apiece while Brad Sommers picked up the win. Collica closed out the game by mowing down the final two batters in the seventh.
Anchor Bay ended the season 23-8 with Black, Collica and Sommers earning All-MAC Blue honors. Coach John Graybill said Sommers, Aaron Warner, Collica, Black and Anthony Misiewicz all played well in what was a turnaround season for AB.

North will take on Stevenson in a regional semifinal game at L'Anse Creuse Saturday.

 Good luck to all players as their teams complete their season and move on to Districts.

 

       *THIS WEEK IN BASEBALL*

Friday June 4th

Lake Shore weathered a game effort from Warren Woods-Tower to edge the Titans 7-6 in a Division 2 district championship game Friday at Kyte Monroe Park in St. Clair Shores. Senior Aaron Rockensuess earned the win in relief.

The Shorians built a 6-1 lead heading into the sixth inning, but Warren Woods-Tower fought back.

Junior Will Stockdale, who went 2-for-4 with two RBI in the Titans'8-2 semifinal victory over South Lake, sparked the rally with a two-run homer.

"He's a fighter," WWT coach Leo Kondziolka said. "When a game's tight, he's the guy you want at the plate or on the mound."

The Titans added three more runs in the inning on a wild pitch and on Nathan D'Addario's two-run single to tie the game at 6-6.

"They fought all the way until the end," Carroll said. "All the props to Tower. They're a great team."

Lake Shore answered, though.

Waters led off the bottom of the sixth with a single. But WWT appeared to be out of any trouble when center fielder Michael Upina robbed Carroll of a home run, and Stockdale struck out Dalton Conlon.

But Ray Borkowski followed with a two-out single, and Ray Peralta reached on an error to extend the inning and load the bases. A wild pitch then allowed Waters to score the go-ahead run.

Rockensuess, despite allowing a leadoff double to Matthew Capone, closed out the game in the seventh, and he struck out Nick Westrick to set off a Lake Shore celebration on the mound.

"We're clutch," Rockensuess said. "We've done it the entire year. We always come back."


In the other semifinal, Lake Shore defeated Center Line 9-2 as Peralta earned the win on the mound.

"They don't give up, that's for sure," Lake Shore coach Chris Kuppe said. "We put the ball in play and just kept the pressure on."

 

Wednesday May 26th

Sterling Heights Stevenson 11, Utica Eisenhower 5: David Down went 3-for-3 with a homer and two RBIs, and Connor Harvey went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs for Stevenson (17-10, 6-4), which earned a MAC Red co-championship. Nick Ditomaso and Ken Stanisz hit back-to-back homers for Eisenhower.


Monday May 24th

ANCHOR BAY 2, ST. CLAIR 1: Senior right-hander Brad Sommers pitched a three-hitter with three strikeouts in his final Anchor Bay home game and Alex Sabella delivered the winning run with a two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh. Kevin Collica had a hit and walked twice for the Tars. Nick Black singled in the seventh and was on third base when Sabella delivered his bases-loaded single to win the game. Aaron Warner scored the Tars' other run, on a passed ball in the fourth.

PORT HURON NORTHERN 2, FRASER 0: Losing pitcher Connor Piecuch fanned seven strikeouts and allowed three hits for the Ramblers. He also had a hit, while Matt Culver had a double.

Utica Ford 6 Lake Shore 5

Lake Shore hosts LCN with MAC White title on line

Junior Scott Taylor starred in his own version of "The Hurt Locker" Monday afternoon.
It was Taylor, a first baseman/outfielder from Ford, who detonated two big blasts to put the hurt on Lake Shore 6-5 in a MAC White Division contest yesterday.
His second blast came as the leadoff batter in the bottom of the seventh to provide the Falcons with the winning margin.
Taylor also exploded in the first inning, sending a two-run shot over the fence.
"I think those were the seventh and eighth home runs of the year for Scott," said his coach, Derek Ganfield. "He's a left-handed batter and he has a very good swing. He plays for one of the elite summer teams and he has seen a lot of good pitching."
The loss means that Lake Shore (7-2, 17-8) and L'Anse Creuse North will play for the MAC White championship at Kyte Monroe Wednesday at 4 p.m. Ford is 12-15, 4-5.
"We had some tough games last week. We lost to Stevenson 6-4 after leading 4-1. We lost to L'Anse Creuse North 8-7 in eight innings and we had been up 7-5. This group has a lot of character and a lot of fight. They compete and hopefully now they have confidence we can win these kinds of games," said Ganfield.
Winning pitcher Mack Forsyth got the win after only 1/3rd inning of work. The sophomore also went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.
Starting Ford pitcher Adam Done enjoyed a quality outing. He went 6 2/3 innings, striking out five and walking two.
Senior designated hitter Rob Reed had an RBI single in the four-run first inning for the Falcons.
Lake Shore's Ray Peralta ripped a bases loaded double in the top of the seventh to temporarily tie the game at 5-5.
Coach Ganfield's guys close league play at Romeo Wednesday. They conclude the regular season with a home game against Avondale Thursday.

Friday May 21st

ANCHOR BAY 4, COUSINO 3: Does Under Armour do asbestos sliding pads?

"He's been hot lately. In the last five games, he has been on fire," said John Graybill, the Anchor Bay coach.

Graybill was referring to senior rightfielder Frank Yeihey, who ripped a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh to provide the winning margin.

Senior shortstop Kein Collica went 3-for-3 with two RBI. Sophomore first baseman Anthony Misiewicz had two hits. It was second baseman Travis Ryan's single in the seventh that loaded the bases. He had two hits.

Pitcher Colin Capaldi got the win. The sophomore struck out four and scattered four hits.

Anchor Bay (18-6) entertains St. Clair Monday.

Tuesday May 18th

ST. CLAIR 11, PORT HURON 0: Winning pitcher Joel Seddon picked up his sixth win of the year, allowing one hit in six innings with eight strikeouts. Jeremy Carrell had three hits and two RBIs, and Seddon doubled twice and drove in two runs. Jacob Cronenworth had two hits, including a double, and three RBI. Matt Stone and Andrew Rossi each had two hits for the Saints (7-0, 20-2).

Monday May 17...Mariners rule

ANCHOR BAY 11, L'ANSE CREUSE 2: Junior Ray Robbins hit a three-run home run and Kevin Collica, Ethan Gotz and Frank Yeihey had three hits apiece to lead Anchor Bay. Anchor Bay is 4-2 in the division and 16-5 overall.

LAKE SHORE 7, UTICA 2: Danny Carroll (RBI) had two hits and Dalton Conlon drove in two runs for the Shorians (7-0, 16-5). Ray Peralta, Mike Kopytara and Aaron Rockensuess combined for a four hitter.


ST. CLAIR 5, PORT HURON NORTHERN 1: Jeremy Carrell and Joel Seddon had two hits apiece and each drove in a run to pace St. Clair (6-0, 19-2). Winning pitcher Andrew Rossi, a senior right-hander, struck out six.


PORT HURON 6, FRASER 5: Alex Vollmers had three hits and Matt Culver, Connor Piecuch, Brandon Rice and Kelly Schaefer had two hits apiece for Fraser, which built a 5-0 lead but could not hang on against Port Huron.


Wednesday May 12

L'ANSE CREUSE 4, FRASER 2: Nick Marek and Terry Phillips had back-to-back pinch hits to start L'Anse Creuse's three-run rally in the seventh inning and Josh Batkins drove in the winning run. Derek Franke pitched a two-hitter and had four strikeouts as the Lancers lifted their record to 4-2 in the division and 9-13-2 overall. Fraser is 0-6 in the Blue. Connor Piecuch pitched 6.2 innings and allowed only five hits, and Dominic Incarnati drove in a run with a pinch-hit single for Fraser.

Monday May 10th

Ray Peralta believes that since the Lake Shore baseball team lacks the dominating pitching it had in years past that it's in the Shorians' best interest for their starting pitchers to throw strikes, force contact and let the defense make plays behind them.

On Monday, in a matchup between undefeated teams in the Macomb Area Conference White Division, Peralta did just that.

The senior went 6 1/3 innings and helped Lake Shore improve to 5-0 in the division with a 9-2 victory over host L'Anse Creuse North.

"I was excited to get the ball in the big game," Peralta said. "I was just trying to pitch to contact and let my team make plays. And they did that. I threw a lot of strikes, they hit the ball and we made plays."

Peralta only struck out two batters, but he never allowed an extra base hit while forcing the Crusaders, who lost their third game in a row, to hit into two crucial double plays early.

"That just kills innings," L'Anse Creuse North coach Jeff Dropps said of the double plays. "We just didn't move base runners up and we just didn't come up with the big hit.

"(Peralta) threw strikes, kept us off balance. He was not a guy that was going to overpower you but he got the big double play ball when he needed it and that helps any pitcher. One pitch and two outs, you can't beat that."

Peralta got the scoring started for Lake Shore (14-5, 5-0) when his first inning single scored two runs. The Shorians added

another run in the third when catcher Kevin Santo doubled off the wall in right center.

Peralta and Santo, who hit five and six in the order, combined for seven RBIs on the day.

"When we hit the ball we're good," Peralta said of himself and Santo. "Because we got people getting on base in front of us, and if we knock them in than we're going to win some games."

Three of Santo's RBIs came on his second consecutive double, another deep shot to right center in the fourth.

"That was real big," Lake Shore coach Chris Kuppe said of Santo's drive that made the score 8-0. "It was a big hit, it hit the gap and we got lucky. They hit a couple balls hard right at us. We hit a couple nice gaps."

The Crusaders finally got on the board with two runs in the seventh inning, one on a Ryan Lech infield hit and the other off an Alex Sypniewski single.

After the game, the two coaches were most interested in talking about defense. Kuppe was pleased with his group's effort and Dropps was concerned with how poorly his infielders handled the ball.

"We made way too many errors," Dropps said. "Our fielding has been horrendous. Right now, I wouldn't want to pitch for this team."

"We like the way they're gelling," Kuppe said. "We didn't make the little mistakes. We made the plays we had to. We didn't give them any extra outs, which is the key."

Danny Carroll was 2-for-4 with two doubles in the Shorians leadoff spot. Ray Borkowski had a single and two RBIs in the three spot.

Saturday May 8th

Shorians sweep at GP South tourney

 The Shorians finish the tournament with a 9-2 victory over Cousino in the championship game of a tournament at blustery Grosse Pointe South.  In its other games, Lake Shore beat Royal Oak 8-3 and defeated Grosse Pointe South 3-0.

Freshman Cody Cummins pitched 2 2/3 innings and Rockensuess went 3 1/3 in the Shorians' victory over Royal Oak.

Danny Carroll and Steven Martinez had three hits and knocked in a run apiece.

Jeremy Bamford had two hits and drove in two runs against Grosse Pointe South. Kevin Malone struck out two as he combined with Mike Koptyra for the shutout.

Lake Shore returns to Macomb Area Conference White Division play Monday at L'Anse Creuse North.


ANCHOR BAY 2, LUTHERAN NORTH 1: Kevin Collica pitched four innings and Anthony Misiewicz went the final three as Anchor Bay edged the Mustangs. Travis Ryan had two hits and walked twice for the Tars. The second game of the scheduled doubleheader was canceled because of high winds

Friday April 30th

ST. CLAIR 14, MARINE CITY 4: John Winckler (two RBI) and Andrew Rossi (RBI) each had three hits to lead an 18-hit attack by St. Clair (13-1). Joel Seddon added two hits and two RBI, and Matt Stone, Scott Young, Jake Cronenworth and Jeremy Carrell each had two hits and a RBI.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 28

ST. CLAIR 8, PORT HURON NORTHERN 3: His name is Young, but don't be fooled. He swats the baseball like a wily old veteran.
Junior catcher Scott Young belted a three-run homer in the fourth to help pace the undefeated Saints (2-0, 12-0). Junior shortstop Joel Seddon had two hits and scored two runs.
Winning pitcher Andrew Rossi went the distance, allowing just two hits and striking out 13. Both of those hits came in the first inning. He's a senior righthander.

LAKE SHORE 10, UTICA 4:

Junior Jason Wimbury hit a solo home run and Danny Carroll had three hits, including a triple, and drove in two runs to pace Lake Shore. Wimbury finished with three hits and a pair of RBI and Steven Martinez had two hits, including a double, and two RBI as the Shorians won behind Ray Peralta, who allowed two hits in five innings. Lake Shore is 2-0 and 8-4, while Utica dropped to 0-2 in the league.

League Openers

Monday April 26th

LAKE SHORE 4, ROMEO 3:

 Ray Peralta doubled and drove in a run and Ray Borkowski drove in a run and got the final out of the game. Shorians starter Aaron Rockensuess pitched 6 2/3 innings. Lake Shore is 7-4 overall.

ANCHOR BAY 6, PORT HURON NORTHERN 0

Ray Robbins had two hits and three RBI and Anthony Misiewicz had two hits and a run scored as Anchor Bay won behind the six-strikeout, two-hit pitching of Kevin Collica. The Tars are 9-3 overall after winning their division opener.

LANSE CREUSE 4 FRASER 2

Two outs. Two strikes. As things turned out, too bad for Fraser, which wound up on the losing end of a 4-2 score against L'Anse Creuse in a MAC Blue Division game Monday.
L'Anse Creuse sophomore third baseman Tyler Phillips dug in with two strikes and two outs in the bottom of the sixth and promptly laced a double to clear the bases. Junior catcher Eric Winnega had two hits, scored a run and swiped two bases.
Senior righthander David Pozolo threw six innings for the win. He allowed four hits and struck out four.
Fraser's Connor Piecuch cracked a homer in the sixth to give the Ramblers a temporary lead.
L'Anse Creuse plays at Anchor Bay Wednesday.

Friday April 23

LAKE SHORE 11 Dakota 5

Winning senior pitcher Ray Peralta threw a 3 hitter thru four innings.

ST. CLAIR 10 EAST DETROIT 0

Winning pitcher Andrew Rossi allowed one hit in 6 innings. Joel Seddon went 3-4 with a 3 run home run and 5 rbi. Andrew Carrell, Scott Young and Shane Dembinski each had 2 hits for the Saints (8-0)

 

 

Thursday April 22

CHIPPEWA VALLEY 5, FRASER 2: Starting Nikkel made a lot of cents for the Big Reds.

The senior righthander went the distance, striking out five and scattering six hits. He also smacked two hits and knocked in two runs. Junior rightfielder Frank Fahey had two hits.

Dominic Incarnati and Brandon Rice each had two hits, and pitcher Connor Piecuch struck out seven and allowed two hits for Fraser (5-3).


Wednesday Arpil 21

ST. CLAIR 3, WOODS-TOWER 1: Has Mel Gibson been in the lineup? Chalk another one up to the road warriors.

St. Clair raised its record to 7-0, and all of those wins have been on the road. The Saints host East Detroit Friday for their first home game.

Junior right-hander Joel Seddon went the distance. He threw a three-hitter and struck out 11.

The Saints opened the game with a leadoff homer by sophomore second baseman Jeremy Carrell. He went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Junior catcher Scott Young had a hit and an RBI. His sacrifice fly in the fifth scored the go-ahead run. Senior rightfielder Andrew Rossi knocked in a run in the seventh.

Saturday April 17

CARLSON INVITATIONAL: Anchor Bay went 3-0, outscoring its opponents by a combined 30-9.

In Game 1, the Tars knocked off Dearborn 10-4. Anthony Miscewicz, who struck out six, retired 14 of last 15 batters he faced for the win. Blake Baumgart had two hits and drove in three.

In Game 2, Frank Yeihey tossed a three-hitter, striking out four and walking none as Anchor Bay blanked West Bloomfield, 10-0. Aaron Warner was on base three times and scored three runs, while Kevin Collica was 3-for-3 with a triple. (4-5 FOR THE DAY)

In Game 3, Miscewicz had a key hit in top of sixth and ended up scoring to lead the Tars (6-3-1) past Carlson, 10-5.

FRASER INVITATIONAL: Fraser and Sterling Heights each went 2-1 on the day, with Fraser defeating the Stallions 5-4. Fraser then lost to Ferndale 13-9 and defeated Marysville 7-4.

Against Sterling Heights, winning pitcher Connor Piecuch threw a four-hitter and struck out four, and Alex Vollmers scored twice and had two hits for Fraser. Kelly Schafer tripled and drove in two runs.

Against Ferndale, Piecuch tripled, drove in three runs and scored twice. Anthony Galietti doubled and had a RBI for the Ramblers.

Against Marysville, winning pitcher Reid Weirauch struck out eight, and he helped his cause with a double, RBI and two runs for Fraser (4-1).

After falling to Fraser in the opener, the Stallions bounced back in Game 2 to defeat Marsyville, 6-5. John Capobianco went the distance, striking out three, for the win, and was also 3-for-3 with a RBI. Jeff Kozumplik drove in a run with a double and Mike Perini was 2-for-2 with a double and RBI

APRIL 15

ST. CLAIR 14, CHIPPEWA VALLEY 5: Jacob Cronenworth, who drove in three runs and scored two, and Shane Dembinski, who scored twice and knocked in a pair of runs, led visiting St. Clair's 12-hit attack with three hits apiece. Winning pitcher Andrew Rossi had a double among his two hits. Rossi pitched four innings and left with a 6-5 lead. St. Clair scored seven times in the sixth inning as the Saints improved to 6-0.

Fraser 8, Troy Athens 5: Winning pitcher Connor Piecuch came on in the second inning and threw four innings of four-hit ball. Taylor Grzelakowski earned the save with two innings of work.

ST. CLAIR 8, DAKOTA 4: Joel Seddon, John Hanrahan and Andrew Rossi combined on a no-hitter for the Saints. Andrew Carrell, Jacob Cronenworth and Shane Dembinski had two hits each. Dakota is 7-1 overall.

 

Happy Easter !!!!!!     

      

                This week in Baseball!!!!!!!!!

Congratulations to Andrew and Shane for there play which got them and St. Clair High into the Macomb Daily........Keep up the good work! 

 

 ***  Season Schedule Updated  ***

We will email out tournament info ie: Locations, Maps and Hotel info in the coming weeks.

 

Mariners,

We are working to lock down tournament dates as you read this. Unfortunately we were notified at 3:15 today that the away tournament we registered for has been cancelled. SO... with that said there will be some adjusting of the other tournaments we had selected. As of today the only tournament date we have for you is the Great Lakes Spectacular in Midland 7/16-7/18. The remaining dates should be comfirmed by this weekend. 

 

 

 

Mariners........

Please forward your parents email address to me at SCSMARINER@YAHOO.COM    I need to make sure that a parent is receiving the team notices as well as you getting them.........

Thanks Coach Mike

PRACTICE THIS SUNDAY......

I will also be handing out Super Bowl Squares. They're $10 squares......See you Sunday!!!!!

Coach Mike's Christmas List:

Major league coaching contract

Ferrari....any model

Snowmobile / Watercraft

Winning 2010 Season!!!!

jPhone.....because anyone can get an iPhone

Gift card for a Tanning Salon

60" LED LCD

 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!

 

Good Afternoon,

I just wanted to take a minute and talk about last nights practice. It was good to see everyone again and we thought for the most part everyone looked good hitting.  For those who got some direction please work on what we gave you between today and the next practice. We're confident we can help improve your average and power but we'll need your help as well. I know nobody likes doing the drills they are given but it will pay off for you and the team.

                                                                            Thanks again,

                                                                                           Coach Mike

 

 

 

You should have received and email message informing you of the practice schedule through the rest of 09. I will add it to our team website as well for future reference. See schedule for dates................

 

Good Afternoon Mariners,

Update......There will not be a scrimmage on Sunday the 18th.  There was no interest from the teams I notified.....We will have indoor practice next Thursday at Batter-up off of I-94......I will post dates and times for practices tomorrow

Good Morning Mariners,

Just a quick update......We're working on a scrimmage game for Sunday Oct. 18th.......Cage times for Oct. and Nov.  will be posted soon.

 

 

Mariner Update.........

Thanks to all that came out for the picnic. It was nice to see everyone and welcome a couple of the new players. I will be mailing out the 2010 Season team packet this week. If you have any questions feel free to call or email.

                                         Thanks Coach Malone

 

 

 

As of today we have looked at 18 players.  We will be looking at another 8-10 thru Sunday. We have extended offers to 4 of the players and have 2 that have committed.  Tyler Butlin and Connor Piecuch. I will update the site again the first part of next week with the outcome of the final tryouts.

                                                                         Coach Malone  

 

 

SUPER SEASON BOYS!!!!!

 

Mariners, 

Just a quick reminder. If you could please reply to Coach Mike at scsmariner@yahoo.com by know later than Friday July 24th if you are interested in being considered for a spot on the 2010 team with a response of either ......... Planned on Returning / Planned on Returning and attending other try-outs / Not Returning............This will allow us time to post try-out notices for the new players we'll will need for the 2010 season.

Thanks, 

Coach Kevin 

 

 

Friday, July 17th 12:30 game at Bullock Creek Varsity Field against the Michigan Lumber Kings.  We will be wearing white pants and blue jerseys with M on the front.  See you there.  Call Coach Kevin with any questions @ 586-822-9186

   

Mariners Tonights game against the Detriot Metro Stars is at 6:00 Kyte Monroe Diamond "A" We'll be in White Pants and Grey Jersey's..........See you there.

CONGRATUALATIONS to Andrew Rossi for this years 1st Mariner GRAND SLAM!!!!!!! Great job Andrew!!!

 

Schedule Change with the Detroit Metro Stars!!!!!!!!!!                      The Tuesday July 21st game has been moved to Kyte Monroe Monday July 13th..see schedule for more info.

Uniforms for Friday Night!!!!! White pants and GREY Jersey

Just a reminder......its $2 off day at Boric's......Kevin and Andrew. Also new music was added to the site and the song is per Sean and Andrew's request.

Good evening Mariners,

The Coaching Staff would like to thank all the parents for their help with this weekends tournament. We couldn't do it without your support every time we play in tournaments and or double headers. I know the boys really appreciate it too. I would also like to take the time to thank the players for giving their all this weekend too. This tournament means more to coach Mike than any other. His long time friendship on and off the field with Justin will never be forgotten and his will to win the tournament every year in his honor will always be the goal. Thank you again coach Mike and John. Also thanks to Brian Weber for the team prayers this weekend and to Bob LaForge for helping out with the score keeping.

Thanks again,
Coach Kevin




Sunday July 5th Kyte Monroe

10:00am Game Time
Mariners vs Worthington Cardinals
Diamond 1
White Pants/Grey Jersey


Mariners....... Please call the Soaring Eagle Inn today....Sales Rep. Teresa Wenzlick 989 775-9012 has the your names and is waiting for you to secure your room with a card #......Thanks Coach Malone

Attention...the game scheduled for-Thursday July 2nd has been CANCELLED...

June 29-hitting practice at Anchor Bay Sports Facility 6pm contact coach Collica for more info.

June 26th ......

Please see Schedule............

The JRM Tournament game times have been added!!!! First game is Friday 1:30pm Diamond A

The June 11th rain-out against the ECM Rebel's has been re-scheduled for Sunday July 12th at 6:00pm at their field which is in the Fort Gratiot area. I will forward a map before the game!!!!

I'm still working with the Metro Stars on a make up date for last nights rain out......

 

Today's GAME IS CANCELLED!!!!!!

FIELD CHANGE!!!!!

Immaculate Conception School Warren, Mi. is where we will be playing tonight!!!!!!!!!!!

I've emailed directions......

June 25th......Mariners @ Detroit Metro Stars

6:30 Start ....please be there at 5:30

White pant / Grey jersey

ATTENTION PLAYERS...NO BATTING CAGE PRACTICE TODAY WEDNESDAY JUNE 24...BUT BE READY TO HAVE HITTING INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE BEFORE THE GAMES TONIGHT...TRY TO ARRIVE IN TIME FOR INFIELD PRACTICE AND HITTING (5PM)

From the Coaches and your Parents.... CONGRATUALATIONS!!!!!!!!!!

White Pants and GREY Shirt for tonights game against the Redbirds

6/18............White pants blue shirt with your NAME on the back!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Tournament Schedule is Posted under the schedule and calender tab......We have (2) games Saturday, 8am and noon...Sunday game time is 2pm with the championship game at 6 !!!!! Directions to the field will be posted shortly!!!!

Congratulations Tim Weber and the Parkway Christian Eagles on advancing to the MHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, with a 2-1, 10 inning win over Climax-Scotts. Good Luck and we hope to see you next week as a STATE CHAMPION.

 !!!!!!!!Rain-out!!!!!!!!

Tonights game against the ECM Rebels will be re-scheduled as soon as a field is available.

I'm still trying to lock down rooms for the July tournament and should have something for Thursday nights game...Stay tuned!!!!

Tuesday, June 9th 6:00 at Anchor Bay.......Grey Pants and Shirts....Not later than 5:15...Thanks

Saturday June 6th......Grey pants / Blue shirt with name on the back!!!

Good Morning Mariners:

Well after are 8-2 loss last night we are now 1-1......Satruday's games won't be any easier. Come prepared to play. Kevin C. will start the first game and Andrew will start the second. See there by no later than 9:45.

Sports; Mitch Cd

Well it was a opening day 7-6 win for the SCS Mariners. It wasn't the prettiest game but they pulled it out with some small ball (Tommy) and some speedy base running (Brad)! The fifth and sixth innings proved to be to much for the Anchor Bay Angels who couldn't stop Steve Galant and Sean LaForge from crushing Triples. After the game rumors were already starting that one or both were looking to renegotiate their contracts. Looking forward to Thursdays game against the Rebels will see if the team can put the on field errors behind them and put another one in the win column

PLAYERS...please create a login name and password for your use with the Forum on this website.

POST A MESSAGE ON THE FORUM TO CONFIRM THAT YOU ARE AVAILABLE TO PLAY ON TUESDAY OR LET US KNOW IF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TEAM IS COMPETING IN REGIONAL PLAYOFFS.

Batting cage and hopefully uniform pickup on Monday June 1 6pm to 7pm at the ANCHOR BAY ATHLETIC FACILITY... http://www.anchorbaysportsfacility.com/ Be there early to help us organize the cage time.

PARKWAY CHRISTIAN 7, WARREN WOODS-TOWER 2: Brandon Gennette hit a solo home run and Nick Ventimiglia had two hits and drove in a run to spark Parkway Christian (3-0). Matt Mallino struck out seven and added two hits and two RBI to the Eagles offense. Sophomore Tim Weber pitched the final two innings.

COUSINO 15, PORT HURON NORTHERN 3: Sean LaForge had three hits and drove in four runs to support starting pitcher Brad Fecteau, who struck out five in four innings and earned the victory. Anthony Pietrobono had three hits, three RBI and Marty Case had three hits, two RBI for the Patriots, who are 3-0 in the tournament and 6-1 overall. Cousino plays Madison at Cousino on Friday.

Wednesday April, 15th 2009......Just a reminder to the new players that if you haven't faxed me your birthcertificate that you do so before Tuesday the 21st.

I will be putting together a batting practice sometime over the next 2-3 weeks. We will also be signing all of the league and Insurance forms that evening.

*********HAPPY BIRTHDAY*********

SHANE DEMBINSKI 4/3/93

Tournament dates are now added to the calendar!!!!!

WELCOME

SCS MARINERS 16U

All regular season games have been added. I'll be updating the site throughtout the week. Let me know if you have anything you would like to see added.

Players/Parents...check out the forum...get your outstanding High School Baseball performances posted.

Forward High School game information to coach Malone or Collica.

 

 

 

 





 


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