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Spring 2018 Travel Tryouts

Spring 2018 Travel Rosters will be posted at the conclusion of the current Fall Travel season on the evening of October 22nd. 



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 Photos FROM OPENING DAY! --> 2017 Opening Day Photo Gallery 




Halfmoon Baseball at its Best!

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Halfmoon 7Y wins Halfmoon Melee 7YU American! 

Halfmoon 11Y wins Halfmoon Melee 12U National! 

Halfmoon 10Y wins Greenwich 10U tournament!

Halfmoon 14U Runner-Up at Baseball Heaven!

Halfmoon 12U wins Beat The Heat Tournament!

Halfmoon 11Y Team wins South Glens Falls Slugfest!



Halfmoon 8Y Team wins Hoosick Falls 8U Tournament!

The Halfmoon 8Y All-Star team went 5-0 to win the 2017 Hoosick Falls Tournament beating Cambridge 15-0. Congratulations!

The Halfmoon 7Y Team also competed in this 8U tournament finishing 2-3 on the weekend.  Great job players!

Halfmoon 8Y Team wins Greenwich 8U Tournament!

The Halfmoon 8Y All-Star team won their 2nd championship ofthe Summer! Congratulations!



Follow the 2017 Playoffs here!

12U Playoffs and Scores

12U Championship 6/22/2017

All in 1 Realty 7 - Halfmoon Fire 4

10U Playoffs and Scores

Grace Fellowship 6 - Halfmoon Auto 3

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