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Hawk Allstate Chatham Baseball Team of the Week: Chatham U11 White

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The Chatham U11 White Travel Baseball Team shows off its winning hardware Credits: Chatham U11 White
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The scoreboard after a Chatham U11 White win Credits: Chatham U11 White
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Chatham U11 White travel baseball team celebrates Credits: Chatham U11 White
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Trent Jenks, Jackson Hodges, Teddy Mendrzycki, Justin Regno, Charlie Shushansky, Will Presti, Alex Johnson, Bryan Javello, Ben Solak, Jacob Bitar, Giovanni DelRe, Jack Tunny. Credits: Chatham U11 White
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Chatham U11 White travel baseball team Credits: Chatham U11 White
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CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham U11 White travel baseball team defeated Livingston, 7-6 in extra innings, to win the American Northeast Division of the United States Amateur Baseball League (USABL).

The final was a rematch of last year's final won by Livingston. This year, Chatham threw out a runner at the plate in the seventh inning to preserve the win.

The Chatham U11 White travel team is the Hawk Allstate Chatham Baseball Team of the Week.

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The Chatham U11 White team played in three tournaments over the spring season and played a total of 22 games.

This team also won the USABL Memorial Weekend tournament played in Englishtown, scoring 36 runs in three games to take home top honors.

The coaches of the Chatham 11U White team are: Ken Jenks, Mark Javello, John Bitar, John DelRe

The 12 players are: Trent Jenks, Jackson Hodges, Teddy Mendrzycki, Justin Regno, Charlie Shushansky, Will Presti, Alex Johnson, Bryan Javello, Ben Solak, Jacob Bitar, Giovanni DelRe, Jack Tunny.

Editor's note: The Hawk Allstate Chatham Baseball Team of the Week is sponsored by the John Hawk Agency. John and his team have been protecting local families and business owners for over 12 years. Call them at  973-635-9494 for a new auto, home, life and business insurance quote this week and if you mention the Hawk Allstate Chatham Athlete of the Week they will make a $20 contribution to the Chatham Booster Club! To learn more, visit the agency website

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