The Boulders won all but one of their games since opening day on Thursday. In the second game of the four game series against the Trois-Rivieres Aigles on Friday the Boulders won 6-4, and on Saturday 11-7. On Sunday in the series finale the Boulders lost to the Aigles 12-5. But on Monday in the first game of the double header against the Ottowa Champions, the Boulders won 17-6 and did it again, beating the Champions 13-4 in the second game. Both teams return to Provident Bank Park for a day game at 10:30 AM tomorrow. You can listen to the game live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders played their opening night on Thursday, winning against the Trois-Rivieres Aigles 5-1. Following a ceremony where the team was presented with their rings for last year’s win as champions, the two teams took the field at 7:00 PM in front of nearly 4,000 fans, with the Aigles taking the lead with the first run. The Boulders soon caught up, winning the game. They will play the Aigles again tonight at 7:00 PM, the second game in their four-game series at home in Provident Bank Park.
Congratulations to the Spring Valley Tigers basketball team who played an impressive game on Saturday at SUNY New Paltz against against Saugerties, winning 65-62. This means that the team wins the boys Class A Regional Championship and will now head to the State Semifinal Game against Scotia-Glenville.
The Boulders will be hosting a championship celebration at Provident Bank Park tonight from 6:00-8:00. Come meet and congratulate the team at the home plate concourse and enjoy $1 hotdogs and sodas. The first 500 fans will receive a “Bould in Blue” tee-shirt. The ceremony will start at 6:15.
The Boulders played their last game of their fourth season last night, facing off against the New Jersey Jackals at Yoggi Berra Stadium in New Jersey. The Boulders held a 2-0 lead until the seventh inning when they added two more runs to their score, winning the game 4-0 and the Can- Am League Championship.
The Boulders played a full weekend, continuing in the playoffs against the New Jersey Jackals. On Friday the teams returned to Provident Bank Park and the Boulders won the game with a score of 5-4. On Saturday Rockland won 8-7 and again on Sunday 14-4, giving them a lead of 3-2 in the championship. THe teams return to New Jersey tonight at 7:05. You can listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders continued their race to the championship against the Jackals last night in New Jersey. In the first inning the Jackals took the lead with a score of 2-0 with the Boulders tying the score in the top of the sixth inning. However in the bottom of the inning the Jackals scored another run and won the game 3-2. This puts New Jersey in the lead with 2 wins to Rockland’s 0. The two teams play again tonight at Provident Bank Park at 7:00. Listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders played their first game in the playoffs against the New Jersey Jackals last night. The Jackals held a 1-0 lead for four innings, when the Boulders tied the game with their run. In the ninth inning the two teams were tied again with two runs each, but in the bottom of the inning the Jackals pulled in another run, winning the games 3-2. They will play again tonight in New Jersey at 7:05. You can listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
Listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com as the Boulders begin their first playoff series against the New Jersey Jackals at 7:05 tonight.
On Friday the Boulders played their first game against the New Jersey Jackals, winning 6-3. On Saturday the Boulders lost 6-5 after the Jackals took a 4-0 lead in the second inning. On Sunday the Boulders won with a score of 3-0 and on Monday’s Labor Day game, and the final game in the series the Boulders won 7-3. With three out of four wins it means the Rockland team took the pennant against the Jackals and the two teams begin the playoffs Wednesday night at 7:05 in New Jersey.