Massapequa Coast Little League is playing in the Metro Regional Championship Game on Friday night at 7 PM. With a win, they would advance to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA. The town of Oyster Bay has set up an official watch party to cheer on the boys Friday night at 7 PM at Burns Park. Get all the details from their press release about the event below.
Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Oyster Bay Town Board invite residents to cheer on the Massapequa Coast Little League at 7:00 PM this Friday, August 12th at Burns Park as their Little League Metro Region Championship game is streamed live from Bristol, Connecticut.
“The players of the Massapequa Coast Little League truly are our hometown champions. Already crowned Little League New York State Champions, this 11 and 12-year-old team is the first in the League’s 72-year history to advance to regionals, and now, with a win on Friday, may even have an opportunity to compete in Williamsport for the Little League World Series,” Supervisor Saladino said.
Following playoff victories against teams from New Jersey and Fairfield, Massapequa Coast will play in the Little League Metro Region Championship game this Friday, August 12, in Connecticut. ESPN will live stream the game, and it will be shown live at Burns Park (4990 Merrick Road, Massapequa Park) beginning at 7:00 PM. With a win on Friday, Massapequa Coast will advance to Williamsport for their first-ever opportunity to compete in the Little League World Series.
“Bring your coolers, blankets, chairs, and hometown pride to our Watch Party around the big screen at Burns Park this Friday. Let’s show our support for the Massapequa Coast Little League as they compete for a spot in the Little League World Series!” Supervisor Saladino concluded.
Good luck boys from all of us at 102.3 WBAB and 106.1 BLI!
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