The Royals were the first team in 22 years of the DYAA to repeat as champions. They lost the first game of the double-elimination playoffs, but came back to win six straight to beat the White Sox and repeat as champs.

WHALING CITY

Whaling City wraps up the regular season.

DeBross 9, NB Fire 5: Ethan Carpenter, Craig Baptista and Jayden Sylvia had two hits each and Matt O’Leary picked up the win for The Oilers. Chase Francis, Gavin Fletcher and Payton Beaulieu accounted for the offense for The Fire Department.

ACG 16, True Swing 2: Jhadin Reis had four RBIs as did Gavin Almeida. Addison Dumont chipped in with two hits and Almeida was the winning pitcher as ACG would roll to victory. Connor Dement and Josh Lorenco each tallied hits for True Swing.

Palace 10, Wonder Bowl 6: Jacob Carreiro was the winning pitcher for the Pizza Crew. Talan Allain scored four times and knocked in two runs while Justin Coelho chipped in with two hits as well. Darrius Sousa, Rotwin Cruz and Landon Patricio all had hits for Wonder Bowl.

Amaral’s 7, McCann’s 4: Lucas Beauregard was the winning pitcher in relief of Chase Lagoa. Ben Ponte and Rick Maldonado each had hits for the Paint Crew. Garrett Vieira led the offensive attack for Amaral’s knocking in two runs.

DeBross 5, K&B 1: Jayden Sylvia was the starting pitcher for DeBross, he went three innings leaving the mound in a 1-1 tie. Matt O’Leary closed out the game throwing three innings, striking out five and not allowing a hit. Sylvia would deliver the win for the Oilers with a bases-clearing double in the fifth inning to clinch first place for DeBross. Ethan Carpenter was the table setter for the Oilers, scoring twice. J.J. Perez accounted for both K&B hits.

Dave’s 13, Tremblay’s 0: Cam Cabral and Josh DeMelo combined to defeat the Bus Compant and close out another great regular season. Cabral homered and DeMelo scored twice as Dave’s will prepare for the playoff run. Drew Taylor singled twice and scored both times for manager Jimmy Sylvia’s squad.

Amaral’s 5, South Coast 4: Lucas Beauregard picked up the win for Amaral’s. Brady Couto had two hits and Seth Mederios scored the winning run to lead Amaral’s into the playoffs. Aijian DePina had two hits for South Coast.

N.B. Fire 15, True Swing 1: Payton Beaulieu was 4-for-4 with seven RBIs to lead the Fire Department into the playoffs. Gavin Fletcher and Chase Francis also chipped in by running wild on the base paths. Connor Dement tallied the lone True Swing hit.

The first round of the playoffs begin on Monday at Ladetto Field at Brooklawn Park in New Bedford. Series are a best of 3 and if game 3 is necessary it will be played on Thursday. DeBross Oil and Dave’s have a first round bye due to finishing first and second overall.

Lumber Yard Women's Fast Pitch League

Sluggers 6, Ninjas 2: Kayla Kirby, Chandler Palmieri, Holly Roy, Hailey Napier, Brittany Carvalho and Been a Lazaronall all had key hits. The winning pitcher was Kourtnee Guidry. For Ninjas, Krystal Burke tripled, Becca Flores doubled, and Amanda Correia had an RBI hit.

Banshees 12, Challengers 11: Ashley Alves doubled and had three RBIs and Megan Cassidy hit the walk off two-run double. Julie Meelia was the winning pitcher. For the Challengers, Ashley Brown had two double plays at shortstop. Paula Martin and Nicole Bellefeuille each had two hits.