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OPRF 14u Advances

Oak Park and River Forest Pony Baseball 14u team won the Regional last night. Host team Crest Hill beat OPRF 8-5 to force an "if necessary" game to determine the winner of the Regional Tournament. OPRF won the tie breaker 5-2 to advance to the Zone in Bay City, Michigan at the end of the month. Congratulations to the OPRF 14u team on a job well done.

OPRF 14u is perfect

Oak Park and River Forest 14u team beat the Regional host team, Crest Hill, 10-0 last night. Brendan Barrette, house league MVP and Team Ronbo starter, threw a perfect game. He faced the minimum number of batters, throwing only 51 pitches in the 5 inning slaughter rule game. He also contributed to the offense with a 2 run homer. Well done Brendan and congratulations to the entire team. The team plays for the sweep tomorrow, July 12, at 5pm in Crest Hill.

OPRF 14u wins

Oak Park and River Forest Pony Baseball 14u team beat Romeoville last night in their first game of the 2014 Regional by a score of 12-2. A good start for the team with a hectic week of baseball ahead. The team plays again tonight in Crest Hill at 7:45 against the host team. View the bracket.

Congratulations to OPA - Knight Champs

Oak Park Apartments built an early lead behind starter Michael Obermaier and Aidan Molina (3 H, 4 RBI), but had to battle a comeback by Knight Division leaders Bump City to win 9-8 in an 8-inning championship game. After two lead changes, BC tied OPA in the bottom of the 7th frame and loaded the bases. OPA catcher Casey McCormick made a diving snag of a foul for the third out. After OPA scored in the 8th, OPA closer Peter Bade sealed the win.

Congrats OPT: Pony Cunningham Champs

Oak Park Township beat Anderson Shumaker in the "if necessary" game to win the 2014 Oak Park River Forest Pony Baseball Championship. OPT forced the extra game on July 5 by winning the first championship round on July 3 against Anderson Shumaker. This is OPTs 2nd consecutive championship win, but just a small drop in the bucket for career championships at Lindberg Park for Manager Mike Kennedy. Congratulations to OPT on a fine season.

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