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Our spring season is over; BBQ Wednesday 6/22 @ 6PM Marjorie Post Park

BBQ/Awards night Wednesday June 22 at 6PM Marjorie Post Park

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO ASSIST PLAYERS

Come down to Burns park at 3pm; ask for Grace Dunn

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Special thanks go out to the Massapequa High School girls varsity softball team and the boys JV baseball team and coaches Brian Raff and Brett Malone for coming down Sunday April 24 and playing a game against our travel teams.

**IN MEMORIUM**

As we start this season, the Massapequa Challenger Baseball League mourns the loss of two very special members of our Challenger family, eleven year old Billy Christiansen and twelve year old Joey Hoehn. Both boys passed away this winter.
There are few words that will console the parents and families of these children, for their lives were far too brief. Yet in that short time, they gave much to their coaches and teammates that will never be forgotten. Their joy and determination in playing the game was a pleasure to see. The smiles on their faces was their greatest gift to us...warming our hearts by reminding us of the simple joys in life.
Our sincerest condolences to the Christiansen and Hoehn families, but also a sincere thanks for sharing their most precious boys with us.  It may have only been for a little while, but the memories of their endearing spirits are everlasting.


Softball Game John Venditto TOB All-Stars

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Massapequa Challenger Chiefs

TOB Supervisor and News12 Carol Silva and the Massapequa Challenger Chiefs

Massapequa Challenger Chiefs and Supervisor John Venditto's All Stars.

The All stars won the game 8-5. Additional pictures in the PHOTO button and video below.

Our baseball program has three levels of play: 
        A - non competitive, everyone bats and plays the field; runs are not counted.
  
        AA - more competitive - coaches pitch; players are limited to 5 swings; runs and outs are counted.Players are  encouraged to make plays in the field.

        AAA - most competitive - players pitch; count balls, strikes and outs;  rules similar to regular baseball. This division is our more experienced players. This is our travel team and they play half of their games away from Burns Park. . 

 

 

Volunteers needed - to assist the players during the game. Please come down Sunday 3PM

News12 Video

 

Thanks to young Luke Mildeberger(above). Luke opperated a lemonade
         stand over the summer and donated all of his proceeds to Massapequa Challenger Baseball.

                  Also many thanks to John Rywelski and Tony Demaio from the Massapequa Kiwanis
          for their continued generous support.

For Additional Jamboree pictures click Photo Button

Mets/Yankees vs Lindenhurst Pics- Click here

For Additional pictures click PHOTOS above

 

View 2008 Opening day video!

 


 

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