Two separate collegiate-level baseball organizations might soon be operating – and competing for players and fans – in the City of Johnstown.
Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors completed one of the most dominant seasons in league history and won the franchise’s first playoff championship on Friday night at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point.
Regular-season champion Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors entered the championship series in the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball League with two days rest and plenty of offensive firepower.
Jake Swank had a key role in his Laurel Auto Group team’s completing a stunning run to the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball League playoff championship series on Tuesday night.
Laurel Auto Group needed two straight dramatic victories, including 10 innings on Tuesday, to earn the franchise’s first trip to the league championship series in five years.
Laurel Auto Group won a wild slugfest against Martella's Pharmacy 15-8 on Monday in the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball League semifinal round.
Fittingly, a player nicknamed “Chewy” delivered the big hit to help send Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors into the championship series again.
Laurel Auto Group pitcher Nick Lagnese wasn’t about to leave the Sargent’s Stadium mound in Game 2 of a best-of-5 semifinal series against Martella’s Pharmacy on Saturday night.
In a pre-COVID-19 world, the AAABA Hall of Fame induction ceremony would be held on Saturday night. The 76th tournament would open two nights later.
Matt Wicker hoped to support his pitcher as he stepped to the plate in the sixth inning during Game 1 of the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball League semifinal round on Friday.
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