Byram Little League team wins district championship

Hobb Engler boys now advance to state tournament

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  • 2017 NJ/D20/12U Champions, Hobb Engler (Byram) Little League. Players, in alphabetical order: Logan Angeline, Troy Brennan, Aidan Brown, Shane Chamberlin, Tanner Gaboda, Tyler Gaboda, martin Heath, Colin Hillenbrand, Liam Kelly, Thomas Smith, Kyle Wasik and Dylan Van Tuyl. Mnaager, Bill Brown. Coaches: Pat Brennan, Shawn Hillenbrand. Scorekeeper: Nancy Van Tuyl.

— The Hobb Engler (Byram) Little League, 12U All Star team decisively beat Newton Lackawanna on Sunday July 9, to remain undefeated and win the NJ D20 Championship title. Over the past five years Hobb Engler has been fortunate enough to win at least one D20 banner per year but this is only the 4th time in recorded history that they have won at this 12U or “Williamsport” level. This team now advances to the Little League NJ Section One Tournament, to be held at Freedom Park in Randolph, starting Saturday, July 15 and running through July 21. NJ LL Section One includes the north and northwestern part of the state, parts of Bergen, Morris, Sussex, Passaic, Hunterdon, Warren and Somerset counties.

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