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Southeast: A team of Rituals, Traditions, and Camaraderie 07/29/2015

By Spencer Latran Over the past few days at the Cal Ripken Word Series, many things have been noticed regarding the Southeast baseball team. Not only have they had success on the baseball diamond, but their fans have been incessantly enthusiastic, always bringing an arsenal of chants, posters, supporter shirts, and accessories. It seems as though this team from West...

New England: Off-the-field Friendship Helps Exeter Through Current Adversity 07/29/2015

By: Ben Strack Twice on the cusp of a victory, the New England representatives from Exeter, New Hampshire fell short in their first two Cal Ripken World Series appearances. It was time to take a quick break from the Aberdeen stage and mentally regroup. A 7-6 defeat to Mobile, Alabama followed a 5-3 opening loss to Manoa, Hawaii, but a day of pushing those contests...

Midwest Plains: Play for Pride 07/29/2015

Team Midwest Plains had another tough 9-1 loss tonight at Cal Sr.’s Yard against (3-1) Team Southeast, bringing their record in pool play to (0-3).  The boys got off to a rough start, allowing Team Southeast six runs, which included two errors and two wild pitches, in just the first inning alone.  “We came out that first inning and just didn’t get things done,” said...

Southeast: A strong start and a late rally push them over Midwest Plains, 9-1 07/29/2015

By Spencer Latran A Single by #22 Tim Pate, followed by three Southeast players stealing home on passed balls, gave them a huge boost in the first inning as they defeated Midwest Plains, 9-1, at Cal Sr.’s Yard at the 2015 Cal Ripken World Series. “It was pretty simple for us tonight, “ said Southeast Head Coach, Rick Pate. “If we win, we’re in…. Just come out,...

New England: Close But No Cigar...Again 07/29/2015

By: Ben Strack Fresh off a devastating, one-run loss to Southwest, Exeter dropped a painfully similar game to the Pacific Northwest representative from Meridian, Idaho Tuesday night, 5-4. Down two runs heading to the sixth inning, New England’s Josh Morissette led the stanza off with a walk.  A fielder’s choice followed by a double by Kosta Mocklis put the tying runs...