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Saturday, June 22, 2013 • POSTED BY:  Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2013. All rights reserved.


Ben Ostrowski both hit and pitched well for Indiana Chiefs 14U, but it wasn't enough as Indiana Chiefs 14U fell to Ohio Glaciers 5-0 at Cincinnati, OH on Thursday.

Indiana Chiefs 14U was led by Ben's hitting. Ben went 1-1. He singled in the seventh inning.

Ben pitched lights out for Indiana Chiefs 14U. Ohio Glaciers managed just one hit off of Ostrowski, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out four during his two innings of work.

Parker Shannon got the win for Ohio Glaciers. He tossed seven innings of shutout ball. Parker struck out seven, walked three and gave up one hit.

The lead stayed with Ohio Glaciers after the third, when it scored three runs on an RBI double by Sam Garner, an error, and an RBI single by Michael Turner.


The Schaumburg Flyers had a tough outing on Thursday, as Indiana Chiefs 14U dominated in a 12-3 win in seven innings at Cincinnati, OH.

Indiana Chiefs 14U scored five runs in the seventh on a walk by Will Kulcher, an error, a fielder's choice, a fielder's choice, and a single by Evan Hylek.

Evan racked up two RBIs on three hits for Indiana Chiefs 14U.

Alex Dobrzeniecki got the win for Indiana Chiefs 14U. He allowed three runs over 5 2/3 innings. He struck out five, walked four and surrendered five hits.

Indiana Chiefs 14U jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second. The Indiana Chiefs 14U attack began with a single from Troy Mead.

The game's last lead went to Indiana Chiefs 14U thanks to a third inning rally that saw two runs cross the plate on two ground outs.


Indiana Chiefs 14U rolled over the Southfield Cardinals 16-1 on Friday at Cincinnati, OH after a nine-run rally in the second inning.

Mike Popp had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He doubled in the second innings.

Jason Lamont recorded the win for Indiana Chiefs 14U. He allowed one run over three innings. He struck out four, walked one and surrendered four hits.

Indiana Chiefs 14U went up for good in the first, scoring seven runs on a three-run double by Alex Dobrzeniecki, three errors, and a walk by Will Kulcher.


Both Indiana Chiefs 14U and Lake in the Hills Thunder put runners aboard on Saturday, but it was Indiana Chiefs 14U that was able to take advantage, pulling out a 5-4 win at Cincinnati, OH.

Lake in the Hills Thunder had nine hits compared with Indiana Chiefs 14U's six, but Lake in the Hills Thunder stranded six runners on base.

Indiana Chiefs 14U staved off Lake in the Hills Thunder as Lake in the Hills Thunder was unable to match Indiana Chiefs 14U down the stretch.

Lake in the Hills Thunder scored on a sacrifice fly by Eric Helm and a sacrifice fly by Thomas Laurie in the third inning and a fielder's choice in the fourth inning. Despite its efforts, Lake in the Hills Thunder couldn't get over the hump.

Pat Manyek racked up three RBIs on two hits for Indiana Chiefs 14U. He singled in the first and third innings.

Ben Ostrowski recorded the win for Indiana Chiefs 14U. He allowed four runs over seven innings. He struck out two, walked one and surrendered nine hits.

The lead stayed with Indiana Chiefs 14U after the first, when it scored two runs on a two-run single by Pat.

Lake in the Hills Thunder brought home one run in the first inning, and matched that run total in the fourth. In the first, Lake in the Hills Thunder scored on an RBI single by Joey Rizzo, plating Alec Coss.

Indiana Chiefs 14U increased its lead with two runs in the third. Pat started the inning with a single, scoring Joey O'Keefe. That was followed up by Troy Mead's single, plating Chris Manyek.


Indiana Chiefs 14U fell 13-3 to D1 Hoosiers on Saturday.

Evan Hylek got on base two times in the game for Indiana Chiefs 14U. He also drove in one runner. He singled in the second inning.

Northeva got the win for D1 Hoosiers. He allowed three runs over four innings. Northeva struck out four, walked three and gave up three hits.

D1 Hoosiers pounded Indiana Chiefs 14U pitching, as six hitters combined for eight hits, 12 RBIs and eight runs scored.

The lead stayed with D1 Hoosiers after the second, when it scored 10 runs on a two-run double by D Hensley, an error, two three-run blasts, and an RBI single by Mathews.