The Camp will be guided by current St. Peter's Varsity Baseball Coach John Eberlein.
Cost : $185 per Camper per week , with discounts for multiple siblings
Week 1: July 27 - July 31
Week 2 : August 3 - August 7
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Little League District 24 All-Star 10s softball: Snug Harbor 'steals' game from Great Kills, 5-4
Kelly Baker left her mark on Snug Harbor's 5-4 District 24 opening-round 10-year-old all-star win over host Great Kills on Monday night.
Baker struck out 13 while going the distance on the bump, but it was her heroics on the basepaths that propelled Snug Harbor to victory.
With two outs and the bases loaded in the home-half of the sixth inning, Baker took off from third on a delayed steal -- swiping home to pull off the incredible walk-off victory.
Snug Harbor will take on South Shore at Great Kills LL on Wednesday.
"We were looking for an opportunity," said Snug Harbor coach Steve Sandberg. "Fortunately, we were able to pull it out."
Great Kills put up a run in the first inning before SH answered back with a run of its own in the bottom-half -- fortuitously, after Olivia Scarpaci stole home.
Scarpaci reached on a base hit in the third and came around to score -- once again -- after stealing home. SH tacked on another in the inning after a walk forced in a run for a 3-1 count.
Great Kills responded by adding a run in the third and another in the fourth to regain the lead, 4-3. However, it would be short-lived, as Grace Perez roped a RBI single in the bottom of the fourth to knot things back up at four a side.
The score remained even heading into the sixth. Baker led off with a walk and Perez followed up with a double. Another then load the bases before two strikeouts set up Baker's astonishing two-out steal of home in the game's final frame.
"They were on their toes, they played hard," said Sandberg of his team.
Snug 11 Year Old Boys lose tight one to Staten Island in Game 1
New York Mets broadcasters recently have been talking about how the team's pitchers -- some of the hottest hitters on the Amazin's recently --
Christian Russo had such an effort for Staten Island in its Little League District 24 11s baseball All-Star tournament victory Sunday over Snug Harbor.
The decision sends Staten Island into a winners' bracket contest Wednesday night at 7:30 against Great Kills National. Snug Harbor falls into the losers' bracket and will play Friday at 7:30 p.m. against an opponent yet to be determined.
"It was a great pitchers' duel between Christian and (Jack) Fitzgibbons," noted SI manager Don Nesensohn.
"Both pitchers had good games. (Russo) threw strikes and his defense made all the plays behind him in the field," said SH manager Kevin Fitzgibbons. "Their defense just did a better job than ours today."
"We wanted Christian to go deep into the game," said manager Nesensohn. "He was hitting his spots today, especially against their big hitters. We knew Snug Harbor was a great hitting team because we lost to them as 10s last year."
At least for one day, the Livingston loop should have changed its name to Slug Harbor.
Damon Anthony belted two of Snug Harbor's four home runs in an impressive power display Saturday en route to an 11-4 victory over host Great Kills American in the opening round of the Little League District 24 All-Star baseball tournament. Game #3 will be at Snug Harbor on Wednesday July 1 @ 5:30
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Mary Lee Mitchell fanned eight to help Snug Harbor register a 7-2 win over Great Kills Friday to advance to the championship round of the District 24 12-year-old All-Star Tournament Friday at South Shore Little League.
Snug Harbor will take on undefeated South Shore Monday at 7:30 p.m. and must beat the tourney hosts twice to capture the Island title.
Mitchell also went 2 for 3 with two hits while Julia Maida starred with great defense. Nicole O'Rourke added a double and two RBI.
Staten Island Advance photographer Derek Alvez spent the day at Snug Harbor Little League and captured some heart-warming and funny photos.
From T-ball action to coach's pitch, these are photos you can't miss.
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The weather could not have been any better to start our 2015 Spring Season. On a sunny 60 degree spring day, President Terjesen welcomed hundreds of families to our 1st day of ball, Father Jerome blessed us all prayer and Albert Cardone graced us with a beautiful rendition of our national anthem. The President then recognized Charlie Marlin , Steve Sandberg , Amy Zuntag, Peter Donchick and The North Shore Rotary Club with plaques for all they have done for our league. The crowd was then surprised with a special visit from New York State Senator Charles Schumer. The Senator spoke to the children about the great sport they are involved in and to all life lesson they can learn from Little League. The Senator, along with Softball Director Amy Zuntag proceeded to throw out the ceremonial 1st pitch, which official marked the beginning of our season.....
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Treasurer - Jim Ahern
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Safety Officer - Mark Teitler
Umpire in Chief - Tom Lotito
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