Sparta boys shine at Cooperstown tournament

Go 8-0 before one-run loss to Angels


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  • Pictured, left to right, Coach Sully, Coach Soto, Robbie Ford, Devon Soto, Dylan Testa, Mike Bello, Kyle Haller, Mike Sullivan, Alex Stone, Chad Newman, Jake Wells, Kevin Putsky, Justin Horan, Johnny Knox, Coach Knox, and Head Coach Vin Bello.



— Local 12U Hit and Run Outlaws went on a tear in Cooperstown, NY, this past week, finishing fifth out of 104 teams from across the United States and Canada.

They went 8-0 and then lost to the Milwaukee Angels from Wisconsin, with a score of 8-7 in a game which could have gone either way.

Had they won, they were one game out from the championship.

The boys will remember their Cooperstown experience for a lifetime.

The team will soon be returning to play at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Md.


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