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  • 2005 SYAC Junior League
    Cuspids took the top trophy in the Junior League American division In the June 9th season finale action last place Prestige Employee Administrators took out former first place Syosset Sluggers in a one run nail biter dropping them to third place while Mr Pickle s victory over The Wacky Pack broke up a potential three way tie for third place In the National Division it was no surprise as Syosset Storm rolled to a final record of 10 1 0 Brand Glick Brand P C Storks and Buddy Clyde s Girls slugged it out all season finishing second third and fourth respectively in a close race Below is the schedule for the 2005 Junior League Playoffs After each game was completed the scores of those games were reported in the same arrow This is a single elimination playoff If you win you move on to the next round If you lose see you next year An umpire no show in the first round s Walt Whitman playoff game threw the rest of the playoff schedule into turmoil Commissioner Phil Rosen worked with coaches to rearrange the schedule navigating among the various school related obstacles in the next week s calendar Junior League 2005 Final Standings Includes all scores reported by Tuesday 7 June 2005 at 11 30pm American W L T Pct National W L T Ptct Team 3 Camhi s Cuspids 6 4 1 591 Team 13 Syosset Storm 10 1 0 909 Team 2 Mr Pickle 7 5 0 583 Team 8 Brand Glick Brand P C 9 3 0 750 Team 4 Syosset Sluggers 6 5 0 545 Team 10 Storks 7 4 0 636 Team 7 Woodbury Hand Rehab Allstars 6 5 0 545 Team 12 Buddy Clyde s Girls 6 5 0 545 Team 6

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  • 2005 SYAC Senior League
    Cougars who had dominated Robert Chevrolet all evening ran into trouble walking in four runs between them to give the game back to Robert Chevrolet 9 8 The offensive gems came off the bats of Nikki Tang and Andrea Zalin Nikki hit a three run triple capped by a head first slide into third to tie the game This was followed by Andrea who lined a shot just over second base that found its way nearly all the way up the hill in Syosset Woodbury Park and cleared the bases putting the Cougars ahead 8 5 All in all a well coached and well played game and a very exciting finish to another great SYAC Senior League season Click the schedule below and then go to Round 3 for more pictures Senior Playoff Finals Washed Out Will Be Played Monday Night Syosset NY 16 June 2005 Senior League Champions Robert Chevrolet s Final against Access Cougars was rained out last night in the flash floods that came around 6 40pm The game will be played on Monday evening For stories and pictures of all the action click the schedule at left After each game is completed the scores of those

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  • 2005 SYAC Travel League
    including teams that have been together several years and competed in tournament play Coaches Bob Mitchell Ben Jacobson and Bruce Littman did an excellent job in putting together an 8 4 record The Syosset Fire also enjoyed a great experience their first season out as a team Coaches Ken Beck Pam Emerson and Jack Warfield did a great job in holding practices and competing against far more experienced squads in the U10 Division The Travel Program also included hitting and fielding clinics from training professionals Angel Mangual of Baseball Plus SYAC looks forward to expanding the Travel program further in the future Watch this Website for more information or contact SYAC Travel Commissioner Bob Carton 849 7948 or kristenalex1960 aol com Here is a photo gallery of scenes from SYAC s third and best Fall Ball Season Cheering from the bench is a proud tradition for the Syosset Xtreme of the SYAC travel program Coach Bob Mitchell runs a hitting drill for members of the Syosset Flames travel team Angel Mangual of Baseball Plus ran our hitting clinic Syosset Xtreme players show that pizza makes a perfect break between two games of a doubleheader The Syosset Fire show good sportmanship The Fire picking up bases and having fun Watching the action SYAC Travel style A great catch for the final out clinches a win for the Xtreme Safe or out You make the call SYAC TRAVEL TEAMS TAKE THE FIELD Syosset NY 11 September 2005 The Fall season is underway for three SYAC Girls Softball travel teams The Syosset Flames the U10 A travel team claimed victory in both ends of a doubleheader today with 10 4 and 12 11 wins over Smithtown St James Bombers Blue Sharing pitching duties for Syosset were Connor Bird Ashley Freedman Elizabeth Jacobsohn Madison

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  • 2006 SYAC Girls Softball Instsructional League Home Page
    2007 2008 2009 SYAC 2006 Instructional Pony Junior Senior Travel Instructional League Hall of Fame Team Directory Team 1 Fanatico Team 2 The Smile Station Mighty Molars Team 3 Future U Team 4 Little Rascals Team 5 Dynamics Superstars Team

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  • 2006 SYAC Girls Softball Pony League Home Page
    278 Team 11 Family Health Acupuncture 0 8 1 056 Division standings are determined by points divided by games played Points are assigned as follows 1 for a win 1 2 for a tie and 0 for a loss See the Rules for additional clarification Team Page Color Key 1 5 0 1 1 A set of numbers like the ones shown at left means 1 win 5 losses no ties one rainout or unreported game and 1 disqualified game not played Mr Pickle captures 2006 Pony crown Syosset NY 15 June 2006 Family Health Acupuncture made it all the way from a last place regular season finish to the Pony League Championship game Tuesday evening when they had to face the 10 0 Mr Pickle team that was determined not to be FHA s next stunning upset victim 2006 Pony League Playoff Champions Mr Pickle and their coaches pose with their trophies Family Health Acupuncture and their coaches were the talk of the town this week Here they pose with their trophies The game started off with Cinderella team Family Health Acupuncture winning the coin toss to decide home field advantage and ended with Mr Pickle showing why they

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  • 2006 SYAC Girls Softball Junior League Home Page
    effort by RPT Bombers by a score of 18 11 Highlights with pictures from the very few reports we ve received thus far can be found here As always stay tuned 2006 Junior League Playoff Champions Orange Crush and their coaches pose with their trophies after the game Playoff runners up RPT Bombers and their coaches put up a great fight Junior League 2006 Final Standings Includes all scores reported by Tuesday 6 June 2006 at 11 55pm American W L T Pct National W L T Ptct Team 6 Syosset Heat 8 1 1 850 Team 10 RPT Bombers 8 2 0 800 Team 4 Orange Crush 6 3 1 650 Team 13 Dr Lori s Curettes 6 3 0 667 Team 3 Vita Yoga 4 3 3 550 Team 8 The Golden Shibas 4 4 2 500 Team 1 Prestige Employee Administrators 4 4 1 500 Team 9 Juris Solutions 4 4 0 500 Team 5 Central Orthopedic Group 4 5 1 450 Team 11 Mr Pickle 3 5 1 389 Team 7 The Bicycle Planet 2 6 2 300 Team 12 Top Banana 3 5 1 389 Team 2 Sugar Babies 0 7 1 062 Team 14

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  • 2006 SYAC Girls Softball Senior League Home Page
    SYAC game ever Congrats to Bob and Jack and Paul and the Longo crew And as the ump said to the Ebtex Angels girls afterward You played an excellent game and there s nothing to be ashamed of It was a great final game in fact with timely hitting excellent pitching and real tight defense Came down to a two run nailbiter as Ebtex s Angels took the season right up to the last out in the finals Hats off to Ebtex Longo Construction SYAC Girls Softball 2006 Playoff Champions Ebtex Angels had a great run 2006 SYAC Girls Softball 2006 Playoff Runners Up Senior League commissioners Andy Lyman and Richie Levitan can breathe now Senior League 2006 Final Standings Includes all scores reported as of 10 15am Monday 12 June 2006 W L T Percent Team 7 Access Tigers 9 3 0 750 Team 5 Ebtex Angels 6 4 0 600 Team 6 Champion System 7 5 0 583 Team 3 Woodbury Hand Rehab 6 6 0 500 Team 4 Longo Construction 4 5 1 450 Team 2 Hot Shots 4 6 1 409 Team 1 Camhi s Cuspids 2 9 0 182 Division standings are determined by points

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  • 2006 SYAC Girls Softball Travel League Home Page
    a game if needed or possibly to join the team should a selected player drop out The is no fee to be an alternate A WORD ABOUT YOUNG TRAVEL PLAYERS At June tryouts we were delighted to see a large turnout of girls interested in playing travel Many applicants were one year younger entering fourth grade than the entry level that we anticipated for a new team We have spent several weeks contacting competing clubs in nearby towns to try to determine if there will be appropriate competition for such a group of young players We have not been able to definitively determine that Accordingly SYAC will not field a second U10 team at this time SYAC does not wish to raise hopes that can t be fulfilled Nor does SYAC wish to send out a group of young players who will have a negative experience in a league where other teams are as much as two years older and far more experienced SYAC very much encourages younger players to continue to practice build skills and to try out again Again if you were not selected please do not be discouraged from trying out again at a later date THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING OUT FOR SYAC TRAVEL Please note that in the Spring of 2007 the Fall U10 and U12 teams will move up a division i e the U10 team will move up to U12 and the U12 team will move up to U14 SYAC Travel teams compete in an ASA league where competition is keen Players are selected based on skills demonstrated at tryouts Cost for the year is 300 payable when teams are chosen Doubleheaders are played usually on Sundays and players must commit to attending practices and skills clinics as well A word about U14 SYAC will not field a U14 travel team this fall Girls who are high school aged are encouraged to play in the Fall Wesco League which has U14 U16 and U18 divisions Syosset High School softball coach Rich Powell will post a notice about these teams forming at the start of the school year All About the Travel League Going forward it is our intention to have Tryouts for Summer Fall and Spring teams at approximately the same time they were held this spring in the early part of June Three sessions will be held and girls interested in playing on the teams must attend a minimum of two sessions Applicants should bring a glove Parents must sign a release form at tryouts Next Spring 2007 girls will have the option to pick the season in which they want to play à la carte Thus if you d like to play Summer and Spring you ll sign up for that and those are the teams for which you ll be considered Most leagues and tournaments take place on weekends and doubleheaders are the rule While travel softball is definitely growing on Long Island that growth is far from steady so

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