Orioles pictured after winning Championship. From left: Tom DePaul (Coach), Noah Slivka, Jack Turner, Will Rowe, Kevin Adamson, Kaden Dillon, PJ Milton, Evan Stegenga, Ian DePaul, Louis Genovese, Finn McConville, Nathan Kiochandra, and Bruce Dillon (Assistant Coach). Not pictured: Blayden Woodruff.
Vienna Orioles won the Greater Vienna–Falls Church–Annandale Babe Ruth National League Fall 2018 Championship on Monday night, Oct. 29 at Nottoway Park, defeating the Cubs 11-1.
The game was tied 1-1 after 3 innings when the Orioles took a 1 run lead in the top of the 4th inning, and then scored 5 runs in the 5th inning, adding 1 run in the 6th and 3 more in the final inning. Five players had hits for the Orioles – Kevin Adamson (1), Ian DePaul (2), Kaden Dillon (1), Jack Turner (1), and Noah Slivka (2), and DePaul hit the only double in the game, scoring 2 runs.
Luke Gecan and James Mills each had a hit for the Cubs.
Starting pitcher for the Orioles was Evan Stegenga. He got the win, surrendering one run on two hits over six and a third innings, striking out five. Kaden Dillon closed for the Orioles, striking out the final two batters.
To get to the Championship game, the Orioles beat the White Sox 13-4, and the Cubs beat the Nationals 12-5. The White Sox won the consolation game versus the Nationals 6-2.