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The 2004 Archived Moon Twp. American Legion Baseball Home Page

The Official 2005 Moon Township.(PA) American Legion Baseball Update.


SATURDAY JULY 17, 2004 - SHALER 10, MOON TOWNSHIP 5 - LOSS - PLAYOFFS - AWAY - (0-1, 13-14)

It was a dark, wet, and dreary day in Moon Twp and in Shaler. After about an hour rain delay, the grounds crew pulled the tarp off Matulevic Field and the ump yelled play ball. For Moon it might've been better if they let the tarp on as they lost to top ranked Shaler in a steady drizzle. Shaler jumped on starter Adrian Sykes for an a five run lead after four innings. Moon started a comeback in the top of the fifth inning with two runs. The bottom of the fifth turned into a nightmare for Moon as Shaler put five more runs on the scoreboard when several erors and a wet ball proved fatal. Matt Mays had three hits (DOUB) and Billy Divis added two hit.

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 2 - 1 = 5 - 8 - 2

SHALER - 1 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 5 - 0 - X = 10 - 8 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Dougherty (4 innings) 3 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing Pitcher - Adrian Sykes (4 innings) 1 strikeout, 5 walks. 2B - Matt Mays (MT), Jordan Karcher (SH), Ray Seitz (SH), Jason Roos (SH). 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Matt Mays (MT) 3, Billy Divis (MT), Ray Seitz (SH), Jordan Karcher (SH).

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OTHER SCORES FROM THE TOURNAMENT

BALDWIN 7 - PLUM 2

OTHER GAME and TOURNAMENT NOTES :

No score was reported at this posting of the other game at Matulevic Field between West Mifflin and Washington at 3:30 PM. Shaler would meet the winner of this game at Shaler at 3:30 PM on Sunday. Moon will tenatively meet the loser of this game at 12 Noon at Shaler also on Sunday. I will have more information to pass on to you later in the morning. Keep the faith guys, don't quit. Good Luck GUYS !!! You can do it !!!

DIRECTIONS TO MATULEVIC FIELD FROM MOON TWP. :

It's is a tough place to find.

Follow directions if you were going to Ross Park Mall.

Follow McKnight Road (Rt 19 South) past Ross Park Mall till you reach Siebert Road (Post Office on Right).

Turn LEFT on Siebert Road

Turn RIGHT on Thompson Run Road

Turn LEFT on Vilsack Road

Turn Right on Anderson Road

Travel approximately 1 1/2 miles on Anderson Road. Matulevic Field is on left side along Anderson Road. Parking could be a problem if a large crowd is in attendance

Give yourself about 45 minutes to an hour. Shopping traffic is heavy on Saturdays. There are really no service stations or convienince stores after turning off McKnight(mare) Road. So make sure you have gas and snacks and directions before making that left onto Siebert. The field does have rest rooms and a concession stand and I do believe it should be open.


HERE ARE THE FINAL STANDINGS of the FOUR LEAGUES IN ALLEGHENY COUNTY (Only the playoff teams are listed)

ALLEGHENY RIVER LEAGUE :

1ST - Shaler (20-4, 40 points)

2ND - Hampton (19-5, 38 pts)

3RD - Springdale (17-7, 34 pts)

4TH - Plum* (17-7, 34 pts)

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SOUTHERN LEAGUE :

1ST - Baldwin (15-3, 30 pts)

2ND - Washington (10-8, 20 pts)

3RD - Mt. Lebanon (10-8, 20 pts)

4TH - Bethel Park (8-10, 16 pts)

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OHIO RIVER LEAGUE :

1ST - Robinson Township (16-5, 32 pts)

2ND - Elliott (15-6, 30 pts)

3RD - West Allegheny (15-6, 30 pts)

4TH - MOON TOWNSHIP (13-8, 26 pts)

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MON/YOUGH LEAGUE :

1ST - Lincoln Place (13-5, 26 pts)

2ND - South Park (12-5, 24 pts)

3RD - West Mifflin (10-7-1, 21 pts)

4TH - Brookline (8-7-1, 17 pts)

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HERE IS SATURDAY's ALLEGHENY COUNTY ALB Double Elimination Tournament pairings :

MOON TOWNSHIP at Shaler at Shaler's Matulevic Field (12:00 NOON)

West Mifflin at Washington at Shaler's Matulevic Field (3:30 PM)

Bethel Park at Lincoln Place at Peters Twp. Peterswood Park (12:00 NOON)

Springdale at Elliott at Peters Twp. Peterswood Park (3:30 PM)

Brookline at Robinson Township at Robinson Twp. Burkett Field (12:00 NOON)

Mt. Lebanon at Hampton at Robinson Twp. Burkett Field (3:30 PM)

Plum at Baldwin at CCAC Boyce College Campus (12:00 PM)

West Allegheny at South Park at CCAC Boyce College Campus (3:30 PM)

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Four teams will advance to the Pennsylvania State American Legion Baseball Region 6 Tournament which is being held at CCAC-Boyce Campus Field and hosted by Plum. As host, Plum automatically will recieve a spot in the region tournament. (If Plum is eliminated during the County playoffs, the 3rd and final seed will be determined by the winner of the loser's bracket game. If Plum does win a spot, they will automatically be the 4th seed and there will be no need for the game to be played).


In memory : My condolences and sympathy to Marty and Patty Kokel and their family on the passing of their daughter, Christina. I first met the Kokels in 1984 through my involvements in the Moon Crescent Lassie League. Christine was this beautiful little blonde girl that was just starting to play softball. Her parents were hard working volunteers in the league. I was watched Christine grow up. She was a sweet and lovable girl who as the years progressed also volunteered her time to the softball and now that her father and brother, Marty Jr. were involved in the Moon Township Baseball Association. She was helping there also. Time has sort of slipped away since then, it has been about five years since I last saw her. I will miss her smile and her willingness to help others. She was truly a sweet and blessed girt and is in our good Lord's hands now. God Bless you Christina !!! God Bless your family in their time of mourning.

Hope you are feeling and getting better Mom, we want you back home !!!!

CONGRATULATIONS Ray Bosetti on 40 years of service and commitment to Moon Township Baseball. God Bless you my friend !!!!


MOON WINS !!! MOON WINS !!!! MOON WINS !!! Moon Legion beats West View-Ross, 6-2 to claim the fourth and final playoff spot. Dave Cimato and Ben Sorosky combined on the mound for the win. Moon now advances to the Alleg. Co. DBL. Elm. Playoffs as the the No.4 seed out of the Ohio River League. They will await their playoff opponent, site, and time which will be determined at a playoff meeting on Friday. Stay tuned here for all your Moon Legion Playoff information.

WEDNESDAY JULY 14, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 6, WEST VIEW-ROSS 2 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOME - (13-8, 13-13

In the final and biggest game of the regular season, Manager Mark Thompson went to his veteran and elder statesman, Dave Cimato. Dave took the opportunity and turned in a great performance over the first five innings not allowing an earned run. With a tired arm, Thompson went to his bullpen ace, Ben "Jose Mesa" Sorosky. Ben came in and pitched two scoreless innings to help Moon advance to the Allegheny County Double Elimination Playoffs starting this Saturday at four sites around the county. Nicky Peterson and Jason Swalga had two (2) hits each. Paul Altmyer and Dave Cimato each knocked in two RBI's. Matthew Mays returned from the DL/MIA list and added a single and a walk and played an outstanding game at shortstop.

West View-Ross - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 = 2 - 6 - 1

Moon Township - 0 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 3 - 0 - X = 6 - 9 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Dave Cimato (5 innings) 6 strikeouts, 0 walks). Losing Pitcher - Lee Grandovic (6 innings) 5 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - None. 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Nicky Peterson (MT), Jason Swalga (MT).


Here are the FINAL REGULAR SEASON STATS :

ON BASE PERCENTAGE :

1. JASON SWALGA .554

2. ADRIAN SYKES .500

3. ERIC HAMILTON .475

4. BILLY DIVIS .458

5. NICKY PETERSON .408

6. MIKE SERETTI .395

7. MIKE BURGUNDER .387

8. PAUL ALTMYER .363

9. BRIAN SCHMIDT .357

10. DAVID CIMATO .350

11. CASEY WILLIAMS .310

12. BEN SOROSKY .301

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BATTING AVERAGE :

1. JASON SWALGA .548

2. ADRIAN SYKES .379

3. NICKY PETERSON .354

4. BILLY DIVIS .350

5. PAUL ALTMYER .321

6. MIKE BURGUNDER .317

6. BRIAN SCHMIDT .317

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HITS :

1. JASON SWALGA, 34

2. PAUL ALTMYER, 26

3. NICKY PETERSON, 23

4. ADRIAN SYKES, 22

5. MIKE BURGUNDER, 19

6. BILLY DIVIS, 14

7. BEN SOROSKY, 13

7. BRIAN SCHMIDT, 13

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EXTRA BASE HITS :

1. ADRIAN SYKES, 9

1. JASON SWALGA, 9

3. NICKY PETERSON, 6

4. PAUL ALTMYER, 5

5. ERIC HAMILTON, 4

5. BILLY DIVIS, 4

7. MIKE SERETTI, 2

7. DAVE CIMATO, 2

7. MIKE BURGUNDER, 2

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HOMERUNS :

1. ADRIAN SYKES, 5

2. JASON SWALGA, 1

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RUNS SCORED :

1. JASON SWALGA, 25

2. PAUL ALTMYER, 16

2. ADRIAN SYKES, 16

4. NICKY PETERSON, 13

4. MIKE BURGUNDER, 13

6. BILLY DIVIS, 11

7. DAVE CIMATO, 10

8. ERIC HAMILTON, 9

9. CASEY WILLIAMS, 8

9. BEN SOROSKY, 8

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RBIS :

1. ADRIAN SYKES, 21

2. JASON SWALGA, 20

3. PAUL ALTMYER, 16

4. NICKY PETERSON, 8

4. BEN SOROSKY, 8

4. BILLY DIVIS, 8

4. MIKE BURGUNDER, 8

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INNINGS PITCHED :

1. BEN SOROSKY, 33

2. ADRIAN SYKES, 30 1/3

3. PAUL ALTMYER, 29 1/3

4. MIKE BURGUNDER, 27

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STRIKEOUTS :

1. BEN SOROSKY, 36

2. PAUL ALTMYER, 28

3. ADRIAN SYKES, 26

4. MIKE BURGUNDER, 24

4. DAVE CIMATO, 24

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ERA :

1. BEN SOROSKY, 1.70

2. DAVE CIMATO, 1.94

3. MIKE BURGUNDER, 3.18

4. PAUL ALTMYER, 4.54

5. ADRIAN SYKES, 4.85

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RECORD :

1. BEN SOROSKY, (5-2)

2. PAUL ALTMYER, (2-1)

2. DAVE CIMATO, (2-1)

4. MIKE BURGUNDER, (1-1)

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SAVES :

1. BEN SOROSKY, 2

2. ADRIAN SYKES, 1


MONDAY JULY 12, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 8, WEST ALLEGHENY 7 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOME - (12-8, 12-13)

Billy Divis drove in Ben Sorosky from first base with a two-out clutch RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning to win it over West Allegheny. Jason Swalga (TRIP) and Dave Cimato each had two hits to pace Moon in the win. Cimato also scored 2 runs. Sean Holliday helped out a tired pitching staff by throwing 5 and 2/3 innings before Sororsky came into seal the victory.

WEST ALLEGHENY - 2 - 0 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 = 7 - 10 - 2

MOON TOWNSHIP - 1 - 4 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 1 = 8 - 11 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (1 1/3 innings) 2 strikeouts, 1 walk. Losing Pitcher - Don Cantley (7 innings) 4 strikeouts, 4 walks. 2B - Eric Hamilton (MT), Billy Divis (MT). 3B - Jason Swalga (MT). HR - None. Two or more hits - Jason Swalga (MT), Dave Cimato (MT), Chad Wilson (WA), Scott Ruperto (WA).


SUNDAY JULY 11, 2004 - ROBINSON TOWNSHIP 8, MOON TOWNSHIP 4 - LOSS - LEAGUE - AWAY - (11-8, 11-13)

In the second game of the doubleheader, Moon played a tough game but ended up on the short of an 8-4 Loss to ORL Leader Robinson Twp.. Moon actually had a 4-2 lead after 4 1/2 innings. However, having played four games in just over 48 hours finally caught up with them. Several key errors and mental lapses cost them this important game. Moon scored thier first run on a perfect suicide squeeze by Eric Hamilton to allow Adrian Sykes to score. Jason Swalga (TRIP) had two hits.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 = 4 - 7 - 2

ROBINSON TWP. - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 4 - 2 - X = 8 - 6 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Mike Smith (6 innings) 6 strikeouts, 5 walks. Losing Pitcher - Paul Altmyer (7 innings) 4 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B - Tony Shippani (RT), Herman (RT). 3B - Jason Swalga (MT), Pfieffer (RT) 2. HR - None. Two or more hits - Jason Swalga (MT), Pfieffer (RT).

PLAYOFF UPDATE : Moon controlls thier own destiny going in to the last week of the season. Any combination of two Moon wins or two Sto-Rox losses will give Moon the fourth and final playoff spot. However, if Moon and Sto-Rox end up tied for the spot. Sto has the tie-breaker having won 2 of the 3 league games played this season.


SUNDAY JULY 11, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 7, STO-ROX 5 - WIN - LEAGUE - AWAY - (11

It would turn out to be the Adrian Sykes Show at Sto-Ken-Rox Field in Kennedy Township as he hit two homers and drove five runs. His two-run blast in the seventh gave Moon the lead and the win. Adrian's first shot was a 405 ft 3 run blast that gave Moon a 3-1 lead. Mike Burgunder pitched the first five innings. Ben Sorosky came in to pitch the last two and was a bit shaky to start, spotting Sto two runs and the lead in the sixth. However, Benny shut them down in the seventh including a game ending strikeout to win the contest. Tom DeAngelis had a beautiful bases loaded, one out, unassisted double

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 4 = 7 - 11 - 2

STO ROX - 0 - 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 2 - 0 = 5 - 6 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (2 innings) 1 strikeout, 2 walks. Losing Pitcher - Mike DePace (1 inning) 0 strikeouts, 1 walks. 2B - Mike Burgunder (MT), Pat Ringel (SR). 3B - Lou Parrilla (SR). HR - Adrian Sykes (MT) 2. Two or more hits - Adrian Sykes (MT), Paul Altmyer (MT), Mike Burgunder (MT), Ben Sorosky (MT), Pat Ringel (SR)


Moon's 7-2 victory over KOA on a bright sunny afternoon in Greentree kept thier playoff hopes and dreams alive. Moon needs more magic on thier rollercoaster ride today as the meet two ORL playoff contenders in a DH that starts in the late afternoon. Moon heads to Ewing Road in Kennedy Township to meet Sto-Rox at 4:00 PM at Sto-Ken-Rox Field. Afterwards, they travel about 5 minutes to meet Robinson Township at Burkett Field on Route 60 to meet first place Robinson under the lights and stars at 8:00 PM. Both games to be played weather permitting.

SATURDAY JULY 11, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 7, KEYSTONE OAKS ASSOC. 2 - WIN - LEAGUE - AWAY - (10-7, 10-12)

The Moon Township American Legion has had it's ups and downs this season. Much like a roller coaster with it's dips and peaks. On Saturday at Duquense University Field in Greentree, Moon was hoping they could get one more big peak before the ride ends. With the 7-2 win over KOA they kept it going. Some outstanding defensive plays and strong pitching were the key in this essential ORL win. Adrian Sykes went the distance on the mound striking out six batters and scattering 5 hits. A spectacular catch down the right field line in the third inning by Mike Burgunder quieted KOA for the rest of the game. At the plate, Burgunder and team mate Billy Divis (2 DOUB) carried the offensive load with 3 hits and scoring a pair of runs a piece. It was Divis's two run double in fifth inning that put the game on ice. Tom DeAngelis also added a double to deep RCF.

With Sykes complete game performance, it allowed Mgr. Mark Thompson to give Mike Burgunder, Ben Sorosky, and Paul Altmyer one more day's reat for today's big ORL doubleheader. Moon starts the late day on the road DH at Sto-Rox at 4 PM and moves a few miles away to Robinson Twp. for the 8 PM nitecap. Good luck guys !!!!

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 4 - 0 - 0 = 7 - 10 - 0

KEYSTONE OAKS - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 2 - 5 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Adrian Sykes (7 innings) 5 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing Pitcher - Jeff Richko (5 innings) 2 strikeouts, 4 walks. 2B - Billy Divis (MT) 2, Tom DeAngelis (MT), Jeff Theobald (KOA). 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Billy Divis (MT) 3, Mike Burgunder (MT) 3.


FRIDAY JULY 9, 2004 - ELLIOTT 5, MOON TOWNSHIP 0 - LOSS - AWAY - LEAGUE - (9-7, 9-12)

Monn's playoff hopes hit a pothole on Stueben Street in Crafton Heights Friday night. The pothole came in the form of a big loss to Elliott, 5-0. Moon's bats couldn't come up with the big hit as they stranded 11 base runners. Dave Cimato pitched a good game but Elliott made the most of thier eight hits. Billy Divis had two hits. Eric Hamilton was on base three times including a pair of walks and a single. Casey Williams and Adrian Sykes each had doubles in the loss. Moon needs to pick up the pace and some wins or the summer will end sooner than they want. Good luck today guys against KOA.

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 0 - 7 - 1

ELLIOTT - 2 - 0 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 0 - X = 5 - 8 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Dan Holko (7 innings) 3 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing Pitcher - Dave Cimato (6 innings) 6 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B - Casey Williams (MT), Adrian Sykes (MT). 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Billy Divis (MT), Allen Ruckert (ELT).


Moon (9-6) used 4 pitchers to get past CIT on Wednesday night, 6-3. Moon returns to action on Friday night when they travel to Elliott in a very big ORL game at 6 PM on Herschel Field.

WEDNESDAY JULY 7, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 6, CRAFTON-INGRAM-THORNBURG 3 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOME - (9-6, 9-11)

Moon's pitching staff won by commitee preparing for the last six games. Dave Cimato got the start and worked 3 scoreless innings. Reliever Dave Compo came on in the fourth and got into a jam. Manager Mark Thompson brought in his "Work Horse", Ben Sorosky to get Moon out of the jam. Adrian Sykes came in the last two innings to earn the save.

Adrian Sykes (2 DOUB, SING) and Dave Cimato each had three hits as Moon improved to 9-6 and stayed in the hunt for a playoff spot in the tight Ohio River League race.

CRFT-INGR-THRN - 0 - 0 - 0 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 3 - 5 - 1

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 0 - X = 6 - 9 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (2 innings) - 3 strikeouts, 0 walks. Losing Pitcher - Tim Caine (5 innings) 0 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - Adrian Sykes (MT) 2, Tim Caine (CIT). 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Adrian Sykes (MT) 3, Dave Cimato (MT) 3.


MONDAY JULY 5, 2004 - STO-ROX 3, MOON TOWNSHIP 0 - LOSS - LEAGUE - HOME - (8-6, 8-11)

Moon Township returned from just recieving a well deserved break. Having the 4th of July weekend off. However, apparently some of the rest of the team decided to take some extra time off. At game time, Moon only had eight players. In American Legion rules you have THIRTY (30) minutes to have enough players to play the game. At 6:21, Moon had it's nine players. Billy Divis pitched 5 solid innings. But Moon's offense only managed three hits.

Sto-Rox 3, Moon 0

STO-ROX - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 0 = 3 - 6 - 0

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 0 - 3 - 1

Winner - Pat Ringel (6 inns.) 8 strikeouts, 0 walks. Loser - Billy Divis (5 inns.) 2 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B - Pat Ringel. 3B - none. HR - none. 2 or more hits - Mike Merencek (SR).


THURSDAY JULY 1, 2004 - STO-ROX 7, MOON TOWNSHIP 3 (9 innings) - LOSS - LEAGUE - HOME (8-5, 8-10)

Ben Sorosky pitched well for 8 1/3 innings but ran out of gas, allowing Sto-Rox to score 4 runs in the ninth inning. Moon hitters had trouble early adjusting to SR pitching. But Moon bats came alive in the 6th and 7th inning to come from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game and send this one in to extra innings. Brian Schmidt singled to start the 7th, Eric Hamilton followed with a double and boths scored on a combination of walks and errors. Hamilton had two doubles in the game. SR scored four runs in the 9th on a pair of singles, a pair of walks, a HBP, and an error. Moon will get a much needed break for the holiday weekend before returning to action on Monday July 5 at home at 6:00 PM

STO-ROX - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 4 = 7 - 7 - 2

MOON TWP - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 0 - 0 = 3 - 9 - 4

Winner - Mike DePase (3 inns.) 3 strikeouts. Losing pitcher - Ben Sorosky (8 1/3 inns.) 10 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - Eric Hamitlon (MT) 2, Mike Yost (SR), Dave Baird (SR). 2 or more hits - Jason Swalga (MT), Brian Schmidt (MT), Eric Hamilton (MT), Mike Yost (SR), Lou Parilla (SR)


WEDNESDAY JUNE 30, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 5, WEST ALLEGHENY 4 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOMW - (8-4, 8-8)

Moore information to come. Sorry for the delay in posting. Working on a project !!!!

Moon Township 5, West Allegheny 4

WEST ALLEGHENY - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 = 4 - 7 - 2

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 3 - 2 = 5 - 6 - 1

Winner - Paul Altmyer (7 inns.) 7 strikeouts, 2 walks. Losing pitcher - Brad Rizzuto (4 inns.) 3 strikeouts, 5 walks. 2B - Eric Hamilton (MT), Greg Marshall (WA), Weisser (WA). 2 or more hits - Jason Swalga (MT) 2, Madalinsky (WA) 2


Moon had a picnic in Wellsburg, West Virginia on Sunday afternoon following their last game in the tournament versus Mill Creek, PA. But without any pitchers left to throw it was no picnic during the game as they got beat 20-10.

SUNDAY JUNE 27, 2004 - MILL CREEK 20, MOON TOWNSHIP 10 - LOSS - TOURNEY - AWAY - (7-7, 7-9)

After playing four outstanding games in this tournament, the Moon pitching staff which was completely exhausted and depleted by injury was given the day off. Thus the loss and the score, 20-10. All the Moon non-pitching position players were given a chance to pitch which needless to say led to the lopsided loss. We will not list the pitching stats from this game due to the fact no Moon pitcher pitched in it.

However, on a bright note the Moon offense did make some noise. Nick Peterson continued his hot pace at the plate with another 3 hit performance which included a triple. Jason Swalga also continued to pound the ball he had a pair of hits including a 3-run homer to deep right center field. Brian Schmidt also had three hits. Mike Burgunder added a pair. Ben Sorosky, Adrian Sykes, and Billy Divis all had a hit. Eric Hamilton had two walks to set the tourney record with seven walks.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 4 - 0 - 1 - 3 - 2 = 10 - 13 - 3

MILL CREEK - 1 - 2 - 5 - 1 - 11 = 20 - 14 - 2

Tournament and general notes : Moon had a picnic after after the game. .... Ironically, Moon won all 5 cointosses during the tourney. Moon was to return to ORL action on Monday night with a game with West View - Ross at home at 6:00 PM. Good luck guys


SATURDAY JUNE 26, 2004 - ELKINS, WV. 6, MOON TOWNSHIP 5 - LOSS - TOURNEY - HOME - (7-4 ; 7-7)

The Moon Legion continues to play great baseball against some of the better legion programs in west Virginia but can't seem to bring a win back from accross the state lines. They have won every coin toss here but fail to find a key hit or make the big play to nail down a win.

Jeremy Barchie started for Moon and went three innings before seeking relief. Ben Sorosky finished the game and took the loss. Moon's offense continued to struggle, but not Nicky Peterson. He continued his torrid pace with 3 of the seven Moon hits including a double. Duane Compo (2B) and Jason Swalga each added a pair.

Moon attempted a comeback in the seventh inning but a controversial call on a "hidden ball trick" hampered it. With one out in the bottom of the seventh, Nicky Peterson singled, Jason Swalga then also singled. Peterson slid safe into 2nd base, but injured his knee. Peterson signalled for time and was checking his knee while still on the bag. When the Moon coaches started onto the field to check him. He stepped off the bag and was immediately tagged by the secondbaseman. The umpire called him out.The ump claims he didn't give any one timeout. Therefore Peterson became the second out. Duane Compo then hit the next pitch for a double and Swalga scored. Compo reached third on the errant throw home. Paul Altmyer then hit shot to the fence for the final. The tying run was left stranded at third.

ELKINS,WVa - 0 - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 2 = 6 - 9 - 1

MOON TWP. - 0 - 1 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 = 5 - 7 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Nate Heavner (7 innings) 6 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (4 innings) 3 strikeouts, 1 walk. 2B - Nicky Peterson (MT), Duane Compo (MT), Derrick Crider (ELK), Craig Draft (ELK). 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Nicky Peterson (MT) 3, Derrick Crider (ELK) 3, Duane Compo (MT), Jason Swalga (MT), Zach Meyer (ELK).


SATURDAY JUNE 26, 2004 - WHEELING, WV 9, MOON TOWNSHIP 8 - LOSS - TOURNEY - HOME - (7-4 ; 7-8)

Wheeling who jumped on host Wellsburg on Friday night for eight runs in the first inning continued to use that approach with Moon. Post 1 used a pair of walks to start the game then a pair of home runs to take a quick 4-0 lead. Adrian Sykes answered the call in the bottom of the first, when after singles by Jason Swalga and Duane Compo, he launched a three run blast to center to make it 4-3. Adrian Sykes pitched 6 2/3 innings in relief but took the loss as Wheeling put together three hits for two runs in the seventh inning for a come from behind victory. Offensively Moon had 11 hits, Jason Swalga led the team with three hits including a double. Nicky Peterson continued his torrid hitting pace with another pair of hits. Duane Compo and Adrian Sykes also added two hits each. Paul Altmyer made some outstanding defensive plays in right field.

WHEELING, WVa. - 4 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 2 = 9 - 13 - 2

MOON TOWNSHIP - 3 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 2 - 1 - 0 = 8 - 11 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Jason Fazio (2 innings) 1 strikeout, 0 walks. Losing Pitcher - Adrian Sykes (6 2/3 innings) 7 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - Jason Swalga (MT), Jon Eberhart (WHG). 3B - None. HR - Adrian Sykes (MT), Mike Carroll (WHG) 2, Chris Stephens (WHG). Two or more hits - Jason Swalga (MT) 3, Mike Carroll (WHG) 3, Chris Stephens (WHG) 3, Joe Eberhart (WHG) 3, Nicky Peterson (MT), Duane Compo (MT), Adrian Sykes (MT).


FRIDAY JUNE 25, 2004 - WEIRTON, WVa. 3, MOON TOWNSHIP 2 - LOSS - TOURNEY - HOME - (7-4, 7-6)

Moon lost it's second straight close tonight to Weirton, 3-2 in Weirton. Moon is now 0-2 in the Wellsburg WVa. Nick Crocce Tournament. It was mental errors and some missed signals that cost moon a chance to upset the the 2004 West Virginia State Champions.

Despite the one run loss, Moon played an outstanding game and got great pitching and a complete game out of Mike Burgunder. Moon's infield again sparkled coming up with two double plays. Offensively, Duane Compo went 3-3 with a double. Billy Divis had two solid singles. Eric Hamilton got walked three times. Moon returns to Wellsburg today (Saturday) to play a doubleheader against two more good teams from "downunder". They play Wheeling at 12:30 PM and Elkins at 3:00 PM.

WEIRTON - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 = 3 - 8 - 2

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 1 = 2 - 7 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Brian McNabb (7 innings) 3 strikeouts, 4 walks. Losing Pitcher - Mikr Burgunder (7 innings) 2 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - Duane Compo (MT), Harry Ciccarelli (WR), Alex Gianni (WR) 2. 3B - None. HR - None. Two or more hits - Duane Compo (MT) 3, Billy Divis (MT), Jay Narino (WR), Alex Gianni (WR).


THURSDAY JUNE 24, 2004 - WELLSBURG, WVa. 5, MOON TOWNSHIP 3 (9 innings) - LOSS - TOURNEY - HOME - (7-4, 7-5)

Moon Township won the opening coin toss of the tourney and played the home team role. However, in extra innings, host Wellsburg, WV scored a pair of runs in the ninth inning to snatch away the win at Brooke High School. Paul Altmyer pitched 7 1/3 strong innings despite a sore arm. Nick Peterson took the loss in relief. Moon struggled offensively, only managing four singles. The team will down Route 22 again tonight to Cove Field in Weirton for a late night game with the other host of this tournament Weirton.

WELLSBURG - 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 = 5 - 8 - 2

MOON TWP. - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 3 - 4 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Garrett Railing (9 innings) 9 strikeouts, 6 walks. Losing Pitcher - Nicky Peterson (0 innings) 0 strikeouts, 0 walks. 2B - None. 3B - None. HR - Joe Pettini (WB). Two or more hits - Chris Hataca (WB).

QUICK NOTES - Sunday's game with Mill Creek, PA has been moved up to a 1:00 PM start instead of the 3:00 PM start previously slated. ...... For those needing directions to COVE FIELD in WEIRTON : Take US Route 22 into West Virginia. Get off at the Hampton Creek exit. Go right and at the third (3rd) light make a left to Cove Field. These directions are only for Friday's game in Weirton. The remaining games are in Wellsburg.


WEDNESDAY JUNE 23, 2004 - ELLIOTT 8, MOON TOWNSHIP 6 - LOSS - LEAGUE - HOME (7-4)

Elliott came into Moon on Wednesday night and walked away with a 8-6 win. Having just taken a 5-2 lead in the fifth, four flair singles, two errors, and a walk allowed the visitors from Crafton Heights to score five runs and take a 7-5 lead. Moon had several opportunities in the sixth and seventh innings offensively but stranded four runners and only came up with a solo run in the last frame. Elliott added an insurance run in the seventh. Adrian Sykes took the loss pitching the complete game.

Offensively, Nicky Peterson and Ben Sorosky had two hits each. Moon opens the Wellsburg, W.Va. Round Robin Tournament this evening as they meet the hometown team, Wellsburg. On Friday, Moon travels to play Weirton in Weirton. On Saturday, they return to Wellsburg for a doubleheader. They play Elkins, W.Va. at 12:30 PM and Wheeling, W.Va. at 3:00 PM. On Sunday, they return, to play Mill Creek at 3:00 PM

ELLIOTT - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 5 - 1 = 8 - 10 - 3

MOON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 3 - 0 - 1 = 6 - 8 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Dave Powell (2 2/3 innings) 2 strikeouts, 1 walk. Losing Pitcher - Adrian Sykes (7 innings) 4 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - None. 3B - None. HR - Dave Powell (E). Two or more hits - Nicky Peterson (MT), Ben Sorosky (MT), Dave Powell (E), Anthony Trapazano (E).


TUESDAY JUNE 22, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 13, CRAFTON-INGRAM-THORNBURG 1 - WIN - LEAGUE -AWAY - (7-3)

Ben Sorosky made the most of of his first start for the Moon Legion. Sorosky struckout ten and pitched a complete game to spark Moon to a 13-1 victory over CIT. Moon bats blazed on this hot summer night as they pounded out 14 hits. Adrian Sykes led the Moon barrage with four hits and four RBI's including a homerun to deep right center field. Paul Altmyer added three hits including two doubles. Nicky Peterson (2B, 3B) and Billy Divis each added a pair of hits. Sean Holliday had three RBI's.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 1 - 1 - 4 - 0 - 3 - 4 = 13 - 14 - 1

CRAF-INGR-THOR - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 = 1 - 3 - 3

Winning Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (7 innings) 10 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing Pitcher - Tom Mayer (5 1/3 innings) 5 strikeouts, 3 walks. 2B - Paul Altmyer (MT) 2, Nicky Peterson (MT), Mike Seretti (MT), Tom Mayer (CIT). 3B - Nick Peterson (MT). HR - Adrian Sykes (MT). Two or more hits - Adrian Sykes (MT) 4, Paul Altmyer (MT) 3, Nicky Peterson (MT), Billy Divis (MT).


SUNDAY JUNE 21, 2004 - WEST ALLEGHENY 8, MOON TOWNSHIP 2 - LOSS - LEAGUE - AWAY - (6-3)

Moon made several mistakes, mentally and physically in the first two innings and was not able to recover as West Allegheny went on to a 8-2 victory. West Allegheny's 10 hits didn't help matters either.

Mike Seretti hit a 2-out RBI double in the fourth inning to pull Moon within one run. But West A gloves made four outstanding defensive plays to keep Moon off the bases and scoreboard the rest of the game. Dave Cimato and Nicky Peteron each had doubles but were stranded by Moon's lack of offense. Sean Holliday pitched the first two innings and Mike Burgander pitched the last four in relief.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 2 - 4 - 1

WEST ALLEGHENY - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 4 - X = 8 - 10 - 1

Winning Pitcher - Brad Rizzuto (5 innings) 2 strikeouts, 2 walks. Losing Pitcher - Sean Holliday (2 innings) 2 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B - Mike Seretti (MT), Nicky Peterson (MT), Dave Cimato (MT), Jon Leber (WA), Scott Ruperto (WA). 3B - Damico. Two or more hits - Damico (WA), Rizutto (WA), Leber (WA).


WEDNESDAY JUNE 16, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 9, ROBINSON TOWNSHIP 2 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOME - (6-2)

Dave Cimato, making his 2004 debut after a 12-month layoff, pitched a complete game over first place Robinson Township. The Moon infielders turned two double plays and Cimato struck out 7 batters, which effectively shut down Robinson's high scoring offense. In the third inning, after a walk, Mike Serretti fielded a ground ball who tossed the ball to Paul Altmyer covering second who then threw to Sean Holliday covering first for the DP. In the sixth inning, after back to back singles, Altmyer, fielded a ground ball then went to Ben Sorosky at second base. The Robinson runner was called for interference (sliding at Sorosky's ankles).

Nicky Peterson had led the Moon offense driving in the first three Moon runs. Nicky had a two-run single in the 3rd and a two out RBI single in the 4th. Jason Swalga and Adrian Sykes each had 2-run doubles in the sixth to put the icing on the cake.

ROBINSON TWP. - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 = 2 - 7 - 2

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 0 - 3 - 1 - 2 - 5 - X = 9 - 9 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Dave Cimato (7 innings) 7 strikeouts, 2 walks. Losing Pitcher - Cliff Davis (2 1/3 innings) 2 strikeouts, 1 walk. 2B - Jason Swalga (MT), Adrian Sykes (MT), Singeltary (RT), Pieffer (RT), Ryan Yost (RT). Two or more hits - Nicky Petersen (MT), Adrian Sykes (MT), Jason Swalga (MT), Sean Holliday (MT), Pieffer (RT).


MONDAY JUNE 14, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 7, KEYSTONE OAKS 1 - WIN - LEAGUE - HOME - (5-2)

As I'll quote Frank Sorosky, "It was Deja Vu all again" last night as Jason Swalga hit a clutch two-run single for the second night in a row as Moon improved to 5-2 in the Ohio River League. Adrian Sykes started the game on the mound for Moon but was forced to leave after the first inning with a sore arm. Ben Sorosky took to the hill in relief of Sykes and pitched four solid innings to get his first legion win.The game was called after five innings by the umps after numerous lightning strikes filled the Moon Township skies. The Moon offense though they scored seven runs only managed three hits. They took advantage of 3 KOA errors and 5 walks. Moon returns to action tonight (weather permitting) as they travel to Meyer and Middleton Field in Crafton to meet Crafton-Ingram-Thornburg (CIT) at 6:00 PM. Mike Burgender is slated to start on the mound for Moon.

KEYSTONE OAKS - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 = 1 - 5 - 3

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 1 - 0 - 3 - 3 = 7 - 3 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Ben Sorosky (4 Innings) 4 strikeouts, 0 walk. Losing Pitcher - DelSordo (1 inning) 2 strikeouts, 5 walks. 2B - None. 3B - Bevridge (KOA). HR - None. Two or more hits - None.


SUNDAY JUNE 13, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 13, ELLIOTT 10 (8 Innings) - LEAGUE - AWAY - (4-2)

The Moon Legion improved to 4-2 on Sunday night with an extra inning win in an ORL game with Elliott. Left fielder Jason Swalga hit a two-run single in the top of the eighth inning as Moon (4-2) claimed the extra-innings victory at Hershel Field.

Ben Sorosky led off the Moon eighth with a single, Nick Peterson then doubled, then Swalga's third hit of the game, a single to right center field, drove in two runs including the winning RBI.

Sean Holliday struck out seven in seven innings of work. Ben Sorosky picked up the save as he pitched a scoreless eighth

Moon 13, Elliott 10

MOON TWP. - 2 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 0 - 3 = 13 - 17 - 4

ELLIOTT - 0 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 0 - 5 - 0 - 0 = 10 - 11 - 2

Winner - Sean Holliday (7 inns.) 7 strikeouts, 2 walks. Loser - Frank Carothers (2 2/3 inns.) 0 strikeouts, 1 walk. 2B - Nicky Peterson (M), Holliday (M) 2, Mike Burgender (M), Tom Witfield (E) 2, Carothers (E). 3B - Jason Swalga (M). 2-or-more-hits - Peterson (M) 2, Ryan Schmidt (M) 2, Jason Swalga (M) 3, Sean Holliday (M) 3, Mike Burgender (M) 3, Witfield (E) 3, Paul Scully (E) 3.


TUESDAY JUNE 8, 2004 - WEST VIEW - ROSS 3, MOON TOWNSHIP 2 - LEAGUE - LOSS - AWAY - (3-2)

Moon Twp. lost a pitching duel to West View -Ross at Herb Field in Ross Township. Mike Bergunder pitched 4 1/3 strong innings before a couple of bloop hits propelled them to the 3-2 win. Adrain Sykes took the loss in relief. Sykes hit a homer and Jason Swalga hit a double. Paul Altmyer had two singles. Moon is now 3-2 as they move into a tough weekend. They travel to West Allegheny on Friday at 6 PM. They meet Sto-Rox at SKR Field on Sunday at 2 PM and later they travel to Elliott, Sunday at 6 PM.

Moon Township - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0 = 2 - 6 - 1

West View Ross - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 2 - X = 3 - 7 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Bill Grandovic (7 innings) 9 strikeouts, 1 walk. Losing Pitcher - Adrian Sykes (1 2/3 innings) 1 strikeout, 1 walk. 2B - Jason Swalga (MT). HR - Adrian Sykes (MT). Two or more hits - Paul Altmyer (MT), Bill Grandovic (WVR).


SUNDAY MAY 30, 2004 - ROBINSON TWP. 3, MOON TOWNSHIP 1 - LOSS - AWAY - LEAGUE - (3-1)

Moon lost it's very first game to still unbeaten Robinson Township, 3-1 under the the lights at newly renovated Burkett Field. Moon's Sean Holliday took the loss striking out eight Robinson batters in six strong innings of work. Robinson's Nick Zyroll was equally impressive in getting the win. He struck out seven in five innings. Moon outhit Robinson , 7-5. Jason Swalga had two hits. Brian Schmidt's RBI single in the second was Moon's only run and the ONLY run that Robinson's pitching staff has allowed in thin early season encounter. Danny Vietmeier had three hits for Robinson. Moon is now 3-1 and in a schedule change will again take on this tough Robinson line-up again in Moon's next game on Wednesday June 2nd under the lights again at Burkett. The game had been originally scheduled for July 11th on the original schedule.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 = 1 - 7 - 2

ROBINSON TWP. - 1 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - X = 3 - 5 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Nick Zyroll (5 innings) - 7 strikeouts, 0 walks. Losing Pitcher Sean Holliday (6 innings) - 8 strikeouts, 4 walks. 2B - Paul Altmeyer (MT), Andy Rafalski (RT). Two or more hits - Dan Vietmeier (RT) 3, Jason Swalga (MT).


SATURDAY MAY 28, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 8, KOA 6 - WIN - AWAY - LEAGUE - (3-0)

Moon Legion improved to 3-0 after an exciting come from behind win over Keystone Oaks, 8-6 at on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon. Moon pitcher Mike Burgender pitched 5 strong innings in relief of starter Paul Atlmeyer. Moon fell behind early and were trailing 5-0 after three innings. They battled back with one run in the 3rd, four runs in the fifth and then scoring three in the top of the seventh inning to pull out the win. The win keeps them unbeaten in the Ohio River League.

Other notes ..... The Friday night game against Elliott was postponed due to wet and poor field conditions at Herschel Field. Herschel was also to be the site of the City League Championship which also got postponed. ...... The Moon Legion meets neighboring rival Robinson Township at newly renovated and I must say, beautiful Burkett Field. The game will be played under the lights at 8:00 PM. I urge you to get out to this one, not only will it be a great game with two outstanding teams. It will be a chance to check out a sweet field under the lights on a Sunday night. ..... Don't forget the Moon Area Pinch Hitters Club Baseball Banquet is scheduled fot Thursday June 3rd at the Elks Club on Stoops Ferry Road. Hurry up and RSVP.

MOON TOWNSHIP - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 4 - 0 - 3 = 8 - 7 - 4

KEYSTONE OAKS - 0 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 6 - 8 - 2

Winning Pitcher - Mike Burgender (5 innings) 7 strikeouts, 1 walk. Losing Pitcher - Smith (2 innings) 4 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B - Brian Schmidt (MA), Theobald (KO) 2,. 3B - Theobald (KO), Zeher (KO). Two or more hits - Theobald (KO) 3, Jason Swalga (MT), Mike Burgender (MT), Zeher (KO).


WEDNESDAY MAY 26, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 15, CRAFT-INGR-THORN 2 - WIN - HOME - LEAGUE - (2-0)

Moon's Legion team behind some great pitching by Adrian Sykes and a solid offense moved to 2-0 in this young season. Adrian Sykes scattered three CIT single in five innings of work. The offense pounded out 12 hits. Paul Altmeyer went 3 for 3 and had four RBI's. Jason Swalga added 3 hits (2 2B's) and Sean Holliday added two hits (3B).

Craft-Ingr-Thorn - 0 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1 = 2 - 3 - 0

Moon Township - 4 - 4 - 1 - 6 - X = 15 - 12 - 0

Winning Pitcher - Adrian Sykes - (5 innings) 4 strikeouts, 1 walk. Loser - Perky (1 1/3 innings) 0 strikeouts, 4 walks. 2B - Jason Swalga, 2 (MT), Paul Altmeyer (MT). 3B - Sean Holliday (MT). Two or more hits - Paul Altmeyer, 3 (MT), Jason Swalga, 2 (MT), Sean Holliday 2, (MT).


Hello everyone !!! By popular request and demand (and with a lot of help from Frank Sorosky) I am pleased to say I will be giving you updates and scores for the team. And just like this, the team has already began its schedule. Tonight, Moon won its season home opener over West View/Ross, 10-6. Mark Thompson begins his second tour of duty as the manager of the team. He is being assisted by Chaz Compo and Frank Sorosky.

MONDAY MAY 17, 2004 - MOON TOWNSHIP 10, WEST VIEW/ROSS 6 - WIN - HOME - LEAGUE (1-0)

Winning pitcher Paul Altmeyer provided his arm and his bat in this Ohio River League home opener. He threw six strong innings, striking out seven. At the plate, he was a 2-3 with three RBI's. Casey Williams (3B) had three hits and Jason Swalga added a pair.

West View/Ross - 0 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 1 = 6 - 7 - 3

Moon Township - 2 - 3 - 4 - 0 - 0 - 1 - X = 10 - 12 - 4

Winning Pitcher - Paul Altmeyer (6 innings) - 7 strikeouts, 3 walks. Losing pitcher = Jon Klein (5 innings) - 2 strikeouts, 2 walks. 2B's - William Divis (MT), Steve McGill (WVR), Jon Klein (WVR). 3B's - Casey Williams (MT), Paul Altmeyer (MT). Two or more hits - Paul Altmeyer (MT), Jason Swalga (MT), Casey Williams (MT) 3, Steve McGill (WVR)



The 2005 Moon Township American Legion Schedule as of: 6/4/2005 2005 MOON TWP American Legion Schedule as of: 6/5/2005


Date Day Time EX-LEAG Location Opponent H/A W/L Score Record

5/17/2004

Mon

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

West View-Ross

H

WIN

10-6

1-0

5/24/2004

Mon

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Sto-Rox

H

PPD

0-0

0-0

5/26/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Craf-Ingr-Thor

H

WIN

15-2*

2-0

5/29/2004

Sat

12:00 PM

LEAG

Duquense Field

Keystone Oaks

A

WIN

8-6

3-0

5/30/2004

Sun

8:00 PM

LEAG

Burkett Field

Robinson Twp.

A

LOSS

3-1

3-1

6/8/2004

Tue

6:00 PM

LEAG

Herb Field

West View/Ross

A

LOSS

3-2

3-2

6/13/2004

Sun

6:00 PM

LEAG

Herschel Field

Elliott

A

WIN

13-10

4-2

6/14/2004

Mon

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Keystone Oaks

H

WIN

7-1

5-2

6/16/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Robinson Twp.

H

WIN

9-2

6-2

6/20/2004

Sun

6:00 PM

LEAG

W. Allegheny H.S. Field

West Allegheny

A

LOSS

8-2

6-3

6/22/2004

Tue

6:00 PM

LEAG

Meyer & Middletown Field

Craf-Ingr-Thorn

A

WIN

13-1

7-3

6/23/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Elliott

H

LOSS

8-6

7-4

6/24/2004

Thu

6:00 PM

EX

Brooke H.S. Field

Wellsburg, WVa

A

LOSS

5-3

7-5

6/25/2004

Fri

8:00 PM

EX

Cove Field

Weirton, WVa.

A

LOSS

3-2

7-6

6/26/2004

Sat

12:30 PM

EX

Brooke H.S. Field

Elkins, WVa.

A

LOSS

6-5

7-7

6/26/2004

Sat

3:00 PM

EX

Brooke H.S. Field

Wheeling, WVa.

A

LOSS

9-8

7-8

6/27/2004

Sun

1:00 PM

EX

Brooke H.S. Field

Mill Creek, PA.

A

LOSS

20-10

7-9

6/30/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

West Allegheny

H

WIN

5-4

8-9

7/1/2004

Thur

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Sto-Rox

H

LOSS

7-3+

8-10

7/5/2004

Mon

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Sto-Rox

H

LOSS

3-0

8-11

7/7/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

Craf-Ingr-Thor

H

WIN

6-3

9-11

7/9/2004

Fri

6:00 PM

LEAG

Herschel Field

Elliott

A

LOSS

5-0

9-12

7/10/2004

Sat

12:00 PM

LEAG

Duquense Field

Keystone Oaks

A

WIN

7-2

10-12

7/11/2004

Sun

4:00 PM

LEAG

Sto-Ken-Rox Field

Sto-Rox

A

WIN

7-5

11-12

7/11/2004

Sun

8:00 PM

LEAG

Burkett Field

Robinson Twp.

A

LOSS

8-4

11-13

7/12/2004

Mon

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

West Allegheny

H

WIN

8-7

12-13

7/14/2004

Wed

6:00 PM

LEAG

Moon Field

West View/Ross

H

WIN

6-2

13-13

7/17/2004

Sat

12:00 PM

PLAY

Matulevic Field

Shaler

A

LOSS

10-5

13-14

7/18/2004

Sun

12:00 PM

PLAY

Matulevic Field

West Mifflin

H

LOSS

7-0

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