CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham's Aquinas Healthcare baseball team recently won the Majors Mayors Cup game, 6-5, in walk-off fashion on Matt Krill's two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh against the Madison Elks at Shunpike Field.
Chatham Aquinas Healthcare is the Hawk Allstate Chatham Baseball Team of the Week.
The Chatham Aquinas Healtcare team is coached by Andrew Young, with assistant coaches Sean Barry, Matt Huth, Rob Mumby, Ken Ruggiero. Chatham High baseball players Jack Nonnenmacher, and John Winans also helped coach the team.
The players included: Ryan Barry, Luke DiMaggio, Nolan Huth, Matt Krill, Zach Labus, Charlie McGill, Teddy Mendrzycki, Will Mumby, Tommy Nonnenmacher, David Ruggiero and Thomas Young.
The Aquinas Healtcare squad rallied from a run down in the bottom of the seventh to pull out the championship of the Majors division.
Krill finished with three hits and pitched two innings for Chatham in the game. Also pitching two innings for Chatham in the win were Barry and Mendrzycki. Young was the winning pitcher, escaping a bases-load jam in the top of the seventh to set the stage for Krill's walk-off homer.
Young and Tommy Nonnenmacher each had two hits for Aquinas Healthcare.
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