Brattleboro LL Stars debut Saturday
Game 2 will be played in Brattleboro on Sunday at 3 p.m., Game 3 is set for Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in Bennington, and Game 4 will take place on the South Main Street field on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
The Brattleboro 12s are coached by Jeff Henry (manager), Eugene Frost (assistant) and Rob Heileman (assistant). The players on the team are: Alex Palomba (Reds), Brock Longe (Red Sox), Cameron Frost (A's), Devin Speno (Pirates), Forrester Avard (Giants), Joseph Reynolds (Reds), Patrick Gagliardi (Pirates), Samuel Hall (Giants), Samuel Henry (Red Sox), Tristan Evans (Cardinals), Turner Clews (Reds), Joshua McKenney (A's) and Tucker Sargent (Giants).
Hall went deep 16 times during the regular season, leading the G-men to a 15-1 record and first place in the Brattleboro Little League standings. The Reds finished second at 13-3, and the A's were next best at 12-4.
Brattleboro's 11-year-old All-Star team will open state tournament play on July 15. That team is coached by Chad Gundry, Rich Fagley and Chad Emery, with the players including Nolan Chisholm (Reds), Alex McClelland (A's), Degan Gundry (Giants), James Fagley (Cardinals), Jett Emery (Reds), William Miskovich (Mets), Troy Forkin (Pirates), Jackson Emery (Reds), Brandon Weeks (A's), Karson Elliot (A's), Nick Girard (Pirates), Willem Thurber (Reds) and William Hill (Red Sox).
The 10-year-old Brattleboro All-Stars will begin their best-of-five District 2 series on Saturday in Bennington at 5:30 p.m. Game 2 will be played on Sunday in Brattleboro at 1 p.m., and Game 3 is scheduled for Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in Brattleboro.
Lance Cutler, Jolene Paquette and Dan Systo are coaching the Brattleboro 10s. The players on that team are Evan Batts (Reds), Zach Corbeil (A's), Sam Bogart (Pirates), Montez Venson (Pirates), Mason North (Cardinals), Lucas Speno (Pirates), Keagan Systo (A's), John Satterfield (Mets), Hayden Avard (Giants), Harper Cutler (Red Sox), Gabe Alexander (Mets), Evan Wright (Mets) and Chase Austin (Cardinals).
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