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Sports

Woodridge Bulldogs win big to claim WSBL title

Bulldogs achieve season-long goal with 11-1 win over Top Prospects

Members of the Woodridge Bulldogs 10U team include (front row, from left): Mike Cecconi, Jason Pluister, Tristan Schauer, Niall Brennan, Nick Machacek, Louie Vincelette, (second row) Bobby Atkinson, Tyler Atkins, Tyler Jarvis, Michael Bucher, Kyle Fenner, Brian Huttner, (third row) coaches Rocky Fenner, Steve Vincellette, Bob Atkinson, Brian Jarvis, Dan Atkins and Mark Machacek.
Members of the Woodridge Bulldogs 10U team include (front row, from left): Mike Cecconi, Jason Pluister, Tristan Schauer, Niall Brennan, Nick Machacek, Louie Vincelette, (second row) Bobby Atkinson, Tyler Atkins, Tyler Jarvis, Michael Bucher, Kyle Fenner, Brian Huttner, (third row) coaches Rocky Fenner, Steve Vincellette, Bob Atkinson, Brian Jarvis, Dan Atkins and Mark Machacek.

WOODRIDGE -  The Woodridge Bulldogs' 10U traveling baseball team had one major goal before the season.

They achieved that goal July 2 when they topped Top Prospects Baseball Club 11-1 to win the West Suburban Baseball League championship.

"Our goal from the beginning of the season was to win the WSBL Championship" manager Brian Jarvis said. "From the beginning of the season, every player had a connection with each other. We always played as a complete team and each individual stepped up when needed."

Going into the game the Bulldogs' record was 35-5. They had previously won the Memorial Classic Tournament they hosted in Woodridge, and they also won the Spring Swing Classic tournament in Homer Glen in April.

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