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July 11, 2013
Little League Awards Banquet
By Kevin Devlin

Forty-seven ribbons were presented to youngsters in the four year old instructional league. Volunteer team managers for this age-group were Trevor Findlin, Tom Quinlin, Ed O’Brien, and Bobby McGarrell. 

Thirty-one ribbons were presented to youngsters in the five year old rookie ball division and volunteer team managers were Bobby Jack Hynes, Damon Vaughn and Charlie DiBlasi. 

Thirty-two ribbons were presented to youngsters in the six year old rookie ball division and volunteer team managers were Bobby McGarrell, Paul Donlan, and Danny Manning. Thirty-six gold trophies were presented to players in the seven year old league and volunteer team managers were Jeb Banks, Peter Asiaf, and Ed Flynn. 

Thirty gold trophies were presented to players in the eight year old (AA) league and volunteer team managers were Mike Kenneally, Joe Burke, and Tom Harnon. 

Thirty-nine gold medals were presented to players in the minor league and the volunteer team managers were Bobby McGarrell, Jimmy Markos and Chris Crowley.

Thirty-one participation trophies were presented to players in in the major league and the volunteer team managers were Billy Collins, Billy Crowley, Jimmy Burgio, and Paul Breen. The players were Cole Askew, Mike Walsh, Dylan Murtagh, Mike Brooks, Nick Vadala, Mike Kenneally, Breaden Kennedy, Danny Potember, Phil DiBlasi, Pady Craddock, Zack Mitchell, James Arlauskis, Patrick Arlauskis, Juan Concepcion, Aaron Mulligan, Joe Brink, Mac Casper, Dan Bulger, Declan Dwyer, Chris Fitzgerald, Tim Medico, Brandan Wilbanks, Adam Alto, Dave Broussard, Joe Burke, Sean Cannon, Pat Corbitt, Andrew Hally, Cole Keenan, Sam Pickering, and Kevin Watts.

The Joe Beggan Awards were presented to: Brian Cloherty , Mathew Fumarola, Brandon Pokorski, Joe Arlauskas Matt Mcdonald, Will Sobchuck, Kyle Murphy, Adam Laythe,  Jacob Downey, Cameron O’Connell, Matt Mayo, Pat McAloney, and James Shubrooks, The Major League Gold Glove Awards were presented to: Brian Baez from the Foley Club, Benny Baez from Metro Energy, Chris Vadala from Firefighters, Tommy Grealy from Marr Scaffolding, Walter Steele from O’Briens, and Joseph Mauillari from Mount Washington. 

The Major League Harry Fielding/Jim Fitzgerald Memorial/Sportsmanship Awards were presented to: Gerard Colby from Firefighters, Evan Sullivan from the Foley Club, Harry Scully from Metro Energy, Carlos Pizarro from O’Briens, Sean Wilbanks from Marr Scaffolding, and Ryan Galvin from Mount Washington.

The Wiliamsport All-Star team included: Brian Baez, Benny Baez, Joseph Morris, Joseph Mauillari, Peter Welch, Harry Cully, Owen Callow, Christian Mazzeo, Logan Crowley, Bobby McGarrell, Sullivan Czar, Tadgh Kyne, Sean Wilbanks, and Tommy Grealy. 

The division and playoff champions were the Athletics sponsored by longtime league supporter, Metro Energy. The players are: Bobby McGarrell, Harry Cully, Benny Baez, Owen Callow, Christian Mazzeo, Kevin Cully John Goodine, Nolan Callow, John Hamilton, Jack Madjin, Jack Matthews, Dermot Murray, and Tyler Woolf.

The playoff finalists were the Astros sponsored by another avid supporter, J.F.O’Brien & Son’s. The players were: Tadgh Kyne, Sullivan Czar, Pat McAloney, Carlos Pizarro, Walter Steele, James ShubrooksMatt Mayo, Frank Casper, Johnathan Walsh, Drew Garcia, Jack Feeney, Brian Miller, and Sean Loftus.

The recipient of the Nicholas Buddy Sances Award was playoff MVP Owen Callow. The National League regular season MVP was Tadgh Kyne.This year’s Bill Hurld President’s Award was presented to Timmy Burke.  

The President’s Volunteer Award winner was John Healey for FIFTY YEARS OF VOLUNTEER SERVICE to the South Boston Little League and the South Boston Babe Ruth League. John also received a citation from the House of Representatives initiated by Representative Nick Collins, as well as a citation from the Boston City Council, initiated by District City Councilor William “Billy” Linehan. Through Councilor Linehan’s efforts, the City of Boston officially proclaimed Sunday, July 7, as “John Healey Day.” What an honor for such a great guy! 

(A hearty thanks from SBOL to league official Billy Collins for supplying this information)



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