Welcome to New England Elite Baseball League, comprised of the most talented teams in New England. Our mission is to maintain a competitive league with a strong focus on structure and organization within the league. Programs that are part of the EBL will have a team page on our site to promote their program, post team rosters and update game scores and stats. By being part of the EBL League, you will better your program for your players, as it will eliminate constant changes, cancelations and the hassle of finding games last minute.
The 13U & 14U EBL Playoffs are set to begin this weekend for all divisions (I, IA & II). The championship games will be played during next weekends (July, 18th) Championship Day followed by the All-Star Game on (July 19th). Teams from across New England will compete in this top 8 double elimination format. "These teams are the best of the best in our league so every game will be a battle from the first inning until the final out, says President Dave Costantino. We expect to see some amazing endings and some crazy upsets this weekend just like we have the past 3 years. Good Luck to all of the teams that will be participating this year."
The 10u Jr. Spinners were crowned Champion in the 2015 Bobcat Classic. The Spinners were led with power by Forest Nelson who hit 3 home runs in one day, Scotty Brown who had 2 homeruns in the tournament including a Grand Slam, and Andrew Chenevert who had 3 homeruns including a walk off homerun in the semi finals and a come from behind homerun down a run in the top of the last inning in the Championship game. Chenevert also did it with his glove making a diving play at first base with two runners in scoring position late in the Championship game. Riley Ducharme, Scotty Brown, Cam Marshall, Ben Thompson, Ben Pashoian, Andrew Chenvert, and Jaiden Leduc all pitched very well with Marshall and Brown throwing complete games. A Great team win by JSP!!
Pitching played a major role in the Hawks tournament success as they received complete games from Garrett Hughes (6-inning no hitter), Luke Silvia, and Troy Van Vliet. Griffin O’Connor, Reece Rappoli & Robert Jarest also pitched extremely well in the team’s 6-0 run to the trophy. The team outscored their opponents 47-8 in their 6 wins with big offensive outbursts from Chris Mclean, Colin Plante, Mike Debolt, and Jackson Walonis. The defense was anchored by outfielders Will Jarvis and Daniel Donato as the team held their opponents to the 2nd fewest amount of runs in pool play throughout the tournament. Head Coach Paul Rappoli said “Our boys have worked hard all season long and after finishing as runners-up in a previous tournament, I knew they’d be itching to get over the hump this weekend. I’m very proud of our players, parents, and coaches. This is a great day for our program.”
The 14u Nokona Chiefs went 6-0 last weekend to win the Baseball Heaven Memorial Day tournament. The Chiefs began pool play on Saturday with a solid 4-1 win against a tough Rhode Island Eagles team and followed up with a win later in the day with an 8-0 win against Academy Baseball Patriot. On Sunday, the Chiefs started where they left off by defeating the NY Swarm by a score of 8-0 and followed that up with a hard fought win against a talented CP Stars team to earn the two seed in the 25 team field.
The Chiefs began their play-off run with an 8-5 win against the Long Island Mudcats to earn a berth in the championship game against the DB Hawks who had knocked off the one seed. The championship game proved to be a classic with Nokona winning the game 4-3 in extra innings on a two out walk-off hit with the bases loaded by Jack Schwartz who also earned the win by pitching a scoreless top half of the 8th.
The tournament win was highlighted by the solid pitching from the entire Nokona starting staff and the hitting of Brandon Lee who collected 10 hits and drove in an impressive 10 runs during the six game stretch.
Plympton Crush 14U won the Legends Slugfest Tournament by going undefeated, 4 - 0. Our pitching staff showed its durability using only 5 pitchers in 4 games with 3 complete games recorded. They allowed the fewest runs in the tournament throughout the weekend.
Crush offense found themselves in deficits in the first 3 games. Each time they found different ways to make offense happen. Timely bunts, hit and runs, and heads up baserunning got them back each game. Then, when called for, they hit the gaps with extra base hits to create separation. Substitutions proved valuable performing when their numbers were called.
"It was nice to see all the hard work and practice drills in great use over the 4 games in tournament weekend. We succeeded with every type of baseball play you can ask your players to execute. It was truly a team effort" Coach Tibbetts
The 12U Concord Cannons captured the Perfect Game Super 25 Regional championship with a perfect 5-0 tournament record. Over the two day tourney, the Cannons allowed just 8 runs and played solid defense committing just two errors. The team will move on to the PG National Championship in Marietta, GA. July 16-21.
In the championship game, Colby Marshall gave up a 3-run homer in the 1st inning without recording an out, he did not back down. Marshall did not allow a hit the rest of the game, as the Cannons defeated the Legends 6-3. The Cannons offense didn’t take long to respond. In the home half of the 1st inning, a 3-run four bagger by Cam Haynes tied the game at 3-3. The Cannons produced all the offense Marshall would need, plating 3 runs in the 3rd inning, highlighted by Tyler Crawford’s home run and Marshall’s RBI single. The Cannons defense was rock solid all game. Second baseman Griffin Wheeler made the defensive play of the tourney ending a Legend rally. With runners on 1st and 2nd, Wheeler made a diving stop of a ground ball headed to centerfield and in one motion slapped his glove down on second base preventing the go ahead run from scoring.
In the semi-finals, the Cannons walked off 2-1 winners over the RI Gulls, on Cam Haynes’ RBI single scoring pinch runner Ryan Kastle. The right arm of Owen Kellington keep the Gull offense at bay. Kellington worked five strong innings allowing just one run while striking out 7. Adrian Siravo had a big day at the plate, blasting solo homer in the 4th and helped set up the winning run with a double to left center in the final frame.
The Cannons went 3-0 in the pool portion of the tourney claiming the #1 seed for the elimination round.
Siravo earned the win on the mound in game one as the Cannons dropped the CT Capitols 9-2. Nate Sottak (2-3, 2 runs), Connor Sullivan (2-3, RBI), and Tyler Wright (home run, 2 RBI) paced the Cannons offense.
In game two, the Cannons busted out the bats, as the defeated the CT Blazers 11-0. Andrew Normindin (3-3, RBI), Levi McAllister (2-2, 3 runs), Siravo (3-3, 5 RBI) lead the Cannons 13- hit attack. Haynes pitched two scoreless innings in relief allowing just two hits.
The Cannons rounded out pool play with a 10-2 victory over the Atlantic Mariners. Wright (4 innings, 7 hits) earned the win on the mound for Concord. McAllister (3-3, 3 runs, RBI) lead the offense.
The Cannons 10U team went 4-1 this weekend in the Legends Spring Shootout Tournament in Northborough, MA.
In Pool play action in Game #1 the Cannons defeated the Kings 12-8 behind a strong pitching performance by Levi Jones. The offense was led by Dylan Miles 2-2 2RBI, 4 SB, Kalan Gauderault 2-2 triple and Isaiah Robles 2-2 2 RBI. In Game #2 the Cannons defeated the NE Hurricanes Salem 14-3. The offense led the way pounding out 13 hits. Leading the way Sean Jenkins 2-3 2 RBI, Peyton Marshall 2-2 RBI and Levi Jones 1-3 RBI. Sean Jenkins picked up the win working 5 innings and striking out 8.
In the quarterfinals the Cannons defeated the Noreasters 7-5 in a back and fourth game. The pitching held up for the Cannons with another strong outing by Levi Jones and Dylan Miles. Offensively Jake Boudreau, Kalan Gauderault, Levi Jones, Dylan Miles, Jack Reynolds and Isaiah Robles all picked up hits in the game.
In the semifinals the Cannons took on a very talented Nokona team and with some late inning heroics the Cannons came out on top 11-10. The Cannons were down 6-0 after the first inning and rallied back several times and Jake Boudreau came through for the game winning RBI single in the top of the 6th inning. Strong relief pitching by Isaiah Robles allowed the team to stay in the game for the late inning comeback.
In the finals the Cannons got down early to the Legends Prospects and couldn’t get anything going offensively against a strong defensive team. The Cannons battled hard all tournament and currently sit in 2nd place of the American League Standings in the Elite Baseball League.
The Legends Prospects beat Nokona Baseball in the Championship Game 7-0 to win the Legends 11U Spring Fling Tournament held in Northborough Ma at the New England Baseball Complex. The Legends Prospects went 4-0 while outscoring their opponents 35-2. This 17 team tournament attracted some of the best 11U teams from 3 different states. This tournament featured some wild endings, spectacular defensive plays and some unbelievable individual performances during the two days. Most of the teams that participated in this tournament are from the New England Elite Baseball League along with a few AAU teams.
In game #1, the Legends Prospects beat the Plympton Crush White 16-1. Jeremy Lopez (Amesbury, Ma) was 2-2 with 2 doubles and J.R Bozek (Danville, NH) got the win on the mound. Edo Spadaccini (Lexington, Ma) had a hit and an RBI. The story of game #2 was Joseph Kotwicki (Beverly, Ma). Joseph pitched a complete game 6 inning shutout while striking out 9. He was in complete control of this game from the very first pitch. Chase Eary (Danvers, Ma) was 2-3 with a HR. Brett Moore (Gloucester, Ma) added a hit and a stolen base.
After earning the top seed the Legends got a bye into the semi final round. Game #3 for the Legends Prospects was the Concord Cannons. Roman Ercoli (Concord, Ma) pitched 6 strong innings allowing 1 run while striking out 6 and only allowing 2 hits. Mike Leon (Danvers, Ma) hit his 2nd HR of the season. The Legends went on to win this game 6-1.
In the Championship Game the Legends played Nokona Baseball. Legends vs Nokona is always a great matchup with this one being no different. The Legends won 7-0 but the game felt like a 2-0 game all the way until the final out. Peter Martin (Manchester, Ma) was the difference in this game on the mound. He pitched a complete game 6 inning shutout allowing only 1 hit while walking 0 batters. Peter had a tremendous tournament and would have been named the MVP if there was such an award for this tournament. Aidan Spurr (Georgetown, Ma) put the game out of reach with his first ever over the fence HR with a 3 run shot in the 3rd inning to put the Legends up 4-0. Luke McClintock (Hamilton Wenham, Ma) was 2-3 in the Championship Game and Eric Wing (Georgetown, Ma) was 6-10 in this tournament while hitting his 4th HR of the season. The 11U Legends Prospects are now 11-1 on the young season.
This past weekend, Seacoast United Pirates Baseball Club hosted their first tournament in Epping, NH. The tournament had representation from 3 Seacoast United Pirates 10u teams (North, South, West), NH Bobcats (Manchester, NH), Akadema Razorbacks (Holbrook, MA), Minutemen Baseball (Waltham, MA), East Cobb Expos (Beverly, MA) and the Jr. Spinners (Lowell, MA).
The SU Pirates South went 5-0 on the weekend to capture the championship with a 9-5 win over SU Pirates West in the first annual Seacoast United 10U Spring Swing. The Pirates collected wins against Minutemen Baseball, Akadema Razorbacks, NH Bobcats, SU Pirates North, and SU Pirates West with 54 runs scored and 15 runs allowed.
No. 2 seed SU Pirates South defeated the No. 3 seed NH Bobcats, 12-2 in 5 innings, to advance to the championship game, while No. 4 seed SU Pirates West easily beat the No. 1 seed East Cobb New England Expos in the other semifinal game by the score of 10-1.
In the championship game, SU Pirates South jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st with runs by Jake Fredericks (2-2, 1B, 3-run HR) and Zach Brassill (2-2, 1B, 3B). A big offensive 3rd inning lead by Jason Pinsonnault (1-2), Steven Lawton (1-2), Owen Bateman (2-3, 12-16 in 5 games), and Owen Pallatroni (1-3) set up a Jake Fredericks 3-run HR to left-center, putting them up 7-1. Two more runs on an AJ Politano (1-2, 1B) single made it 9-1.
Fredericks, SU Pirates South starting pitcher, was very effective with first pitch strikes and kept SU Pirates West hitters off balance. His battery mate Kevin Tilley caught all five games in the tournament and was the team's defensive MVP.
A.J. Van Winkle was untouchable on Sunday, throwing a no-hitter for the Akadema Razorbacks 11U White Division 2 team.
A.J. threw a no-hitter, striking out 15 batters and walking none. He finished off his amazing performance by striking out the final batter of the game. A.J only threw 6 balls all game long and delivered one of the best pitching performances in EBL history.
In the first start at 60'6" in his life, New England Stampede's Declan Quinn throws a no hitter in a 7-0 victory. Quinn's success was in large part due to his aggressiveness in the strike zone, throwing only 17 pitches over the last 4 innings of the game. The left-handers final line was 7IP, 5K, 0R, 0BB, 0H.
The Nokona Baseball 11U squad took home the first annual New England Baseball April Classic title. The 4-0 weekend started with a win against a tough Braintree Bandits team. Nokona continued on to the championship after defeating the Ocean Waves (10-2) and NE Storm (2-1). In the championship versus Triple Crown Kings (7-2), Jake Burns scattered 5 hits over 6 innings, striking out 6 and walking none
The weekend was full of great defensive plays and clutch hitting. Brendan Weddleton continued to turns hits into outs in RF, while our infield play was near perfect (Foley, Goodman, Weihrauch, Clancy all made solid plays).
Ryan Seaver, Thomas Rogers, Robbie O’Connor, and Tyler Weihrauch all pitched well around Burns. They threw good strikes, changed speeds, and only allowed 6 walks all weekend, striking out 21, and keeping the team ERA at 2.28.
The offensive attack was led by Jake Burns (5 hits, 4 RBI), Thomas Rogers (2 hits, 6 RBI, HR), and Matt Brinker (4 hits, 3 2B, 5 RBI). Home runs by Kevin McCasland and Danny Clancy were big momentum changers for the Chiefs.
|9U DIVISION I||LEGENDS PROSPECTS||MIZUNO NAVY||12-2|
|10U DIVISION I||NOREASTERS BLUE||LEGENDS PROSPECTS||15-9|
|10U DIVISION II||MASS HURRICANES||MIZUNO NAVY||4-3|
|11U DIVISION I||LEGENDS PROSPECTS||ACADEMY AMERICAN||9-4|
|11U DIVISION II||USA MAVERICKS BLUE||HURRICANES SALEM WHITE||8-4|
|12U DIVISION I||KINGS||NOREASTERS BLUE||5-0|
|12U DIVISION IA||HURRICANES NASHUA||MAINE LIGHTNING||1-0|
|12U DIVISION II||HURRICANES SALEM RED||DIAMOND JAXX||6-5|
|13U DIVISION I||NOKONA||CONCORD CANNONS ORANGE||3-2|
|13U DIVISION IA||MAINE LIGHTNING BLUE||ACADEMY AMERICAN||4-3|
|13U DIVISION II||STAMPEDE RED||MAVERICKS||12-2|
|14U DIVISION 1||STAMPEDE BLACK||LEGENDS PROSPECTS||9-0|
|14U DIVISION IA||BAY STATE BULLDOGS||NH BOBCATS||7-1|
|14U DIVISION II||HIT DR DIAMONDS||VIKINGS NATIONAL||12-5|
|15U DIVISION I||SCORPIONS||PLYMPTON CRUSH||1-0|
|15U DIVISION II||RBI BLACK||MAINE LIGHTNING|
|18U DIVISION I||STAMPEDE 17||LEGENDS PROSPECTS 17||5-2|
|18U DIVISION II||SAUGUS WINGS||ACADEMY||5-0|
|9U DIVISION I||ACADEMY||HURRICANES||1-0|
|10U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||HURRICANES||5-3|
|10U DIVISION II||ITZ THUNDER||MIZUNO||16-11|
|11U DIVISION I||NOKONA||MIZUNO||10-1|
|11U DIVISION II||EAGLES||MIZUNO||14-4|
|12U DIVISION I||CANNONS||NOKONA||9-8|
|12U DIVISION II||DIAMOND JAXX||DUGOUT DAWGS||8-2|
|13U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||STAMPEDE||7-5|
|13U DIVISION II||PLYMPTON CRUSH||NH BOBCATS||16-13|
|14U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NE BASEBALL||4-3|
|14U DIVISION II||MIZUNO CARDINAL||HURRICANES BLUE||9-7|
|15U DIVISION I||SEACOAST THUNDER||CONCORD CANNONS||17-0|
|15U DIVISION II||MV THUNDER||FURRY||4-3|
|18U DIVISION I||LEGENDS 16 PROSPECT||STAMPEDE||5-4|
|18U DIVISION II||PLYMPTON CRUSH||RBI HAWKS||5-3|
|10U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||11-10|
|10U DIVISION II||MIZUNO NAVY||STAMPEDE||8-4|
|10U DIVISION III||NOREASTERS NAVY||LEGENDS GOLD||11-1|
|11U DIVISION I||NOREASTERS BLUE||NOKONA||7-6|
|11U DIVISION II||CONCORD CANNONS||MIZUNO NAVY||6-4|
|12U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NE HURRICANES||2-1|
|12U DIVISION II||LEGENDS GOLD||MIZUNO NAVY||9-2|
|13U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||7-2|
|13U DIVISION II||NS SHARKS||NE COLONIALS BLUE||10-0|
|14U DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||11-7|
|14U DIVISION II||JM FORCE GREY||NEWTON MINUTEMEN||13-3|
|15U DIVISION I||MA PRIDE ELITE||STAMPEDE||2-1|
|15U DIVISION II||NEWTON MINUTEMEN||LEGENDS||4-0|
|16/17 DIVISION I||LEGENDS NAVY||NOKONA||4-1|
|16/17 DIVISION II||TRIPLE PLAY||MA PRIDE ELITE||4-2|
Ripken Baseball is proud to partner with the New England Elite Baseball League in their effort to bring a better experience to top-tier travel teams in the New England area. We’re excited to provide NEEBL teams with exclusive offers on tournaments at our world-class facilities in Aberdeen, MD and Myrtle Beach, SC—where teams can compete on our major league-caliber diamonds and enjoy elite competition.
Here’s to providing great teams with great baseball experiences! We wish the best of luck to the New England Elite Baseball League in its inaugural season and to all the teams getting ready to compete in 2012!