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Championship Game Apollos 9 Bengals 3
The Apollos finally got a decent showing for the championship game after being swept by the Bengals in the regular season. Isiah Villareal started and threw 3 scoreless innings before getting knocked out in the 4th, Russell Revere came on allowed another run and pitched 2-2/3 for the win. Andrew Dunn lead off the game with a walk and scored on wild throw to third after a pass ball. The game remained 1-0 until the 3rd inning when Adan Moody reached on an error. Andrew Dunn bunted for a hit moving him to the third. He scored on Abe Garcia's key infield hit that bounced off the 3rd baseman. Tim Brown and Roy Sanchez struck out with the bases loaded.. After the Bengals tied the game in the 4th, The Apollos came back, Brandon Mason reached on a infield hit. Adan Moody was hit by a pitch, Andrew Dunn hit into a fielders choice leaving 1st and 3rd with two outs and Bob Pfaff at the plate. Bob hadn't played since the Hurricane and looked bad so the Apollos elected to get Dunn in a run down and score the run leaving the score 3-2. in the 5th the Apollos finally broke the game open and knocked out the Bengals starter (Kelly). Bob Pfaff lead off with a double. Abe Garcia got another key hit driving in Bob. After a Tim Brown single, Abe attempted to steal third and the ball was thrown in the outfield scoring Abe. Tim would score on Roy Sanchez's ground ball leaving the score 6-3. In the 6th, pinch hitter Marcus Moore in his first ever Apollos at bat doubled, and after an Andrew Dunn single, Bob Pfaff hit into a fielders choice scoring Moore, Alex Ruiz walked, Tim Brown got a hit scoring both Bob and Alex and putting the game out of reach at 9-3, time limit was called. The inaugural season at Coastal Park is complete with the Apollos winning the league tournament. The Bengals won the leagues regular season title and were forced to play in the tournament due to low number of fall teams.

Game 9 Apollos 4 Katy Braves 3
The Apollos played their lone weekday night game of the fall season against the Katy Braves at LC Sportsplex. Fog and mist covered the field and due to questionable conditions the Apollos only had 8 players. Andrew Dunn used the fog to the advantage and pitched 6 innings striking out 13. The Apollos had three high school players playing and basically no offense. Abe Garcia had two key RBI's driving in Dunn both times. Dunn got a jam shot hit that proved to be winning run in the 6th. The Apollos had two guys thrown out on pass balls in the first inning and Brandon Hammerly got thrown out stealing by the Braves catcher. Sonny Terrazas tried to steal third and he also got thrown out. All of this compounded when in the 5th inning Dunn walked a batter, the batter stole 2nd base and Isiah Villarell missed the ball, with no centerfielder the run scored. tieing the game 1-1. The Apollos built a 4-1 lead on Garcia and Dunn's hits. In the 7th the Braves threatened getting the lead off hitter on. Dunn was removed for Brandon Hammerly who gave up a run but got a huge ground ball to short which turned into a double play as they got the out at the plate. Hammerly struck out the next guy to end the game. The Apollos somehow won this game End of 2009 Season.
Game 8 Bengals 4 Apollos 3
Chris started for the Apollos and shut out the Bengals for 4 innings. Then Kurt Parker came out and allowed 4 runs in three innings. The Apollos were trying to sneak a win playing a split doubleheader without Tim Brown, Andrew Dunn, Ryan Ondrey, AJ Fentena, High School players filled in but with a failure of combination of failure as Mike Wilson as a coach and limited offense, they managed to blow a 3-0 lead with the wind blowing in 20 mph from center field in a game with wooden bats. Sonny Terrazas was the other bright spot getting two key hits for the Apollos. A win would have given the Apollos the regular season title, now the Bengals will be regular season champs because they hold the tie breaker.
Game 7 Apollos 5 Katy Braves 2
The Apollos showed up for this one with exactly 9 people. Andrew Dunn pitched 4 innings striking out 9 and allowing 1 run, making a good play on an attempted squeeze bunt by fielding the ball and tagging the runner out. Villaeral pitched two innings allowing one run striking out 5. The Braves pitcher was wild but effective. Andrew Dunn and Cody Langum lead the game getting on base and scoring giving the Apollos a 2-0 lead. The only solid hit of record by either team was Marcus Haidley's double scoring Langum and Lujan giving the Apollos a 5-1 lead.

Game 6 Apollos 8 White Sox 5
The White Sox were in control of this game leading 5-0 until the bottom of the last inning. The Apollos loaded the bases with hits and walks and tied the game. Then the Sox pulled their starter and the Apollos scored three more runs to put the game out of reach. Time Expired. The Apollos left numerous men on base in early innings. Sonny Terrazas had a poor outing on the mound throwing 3 innings allowing 4 runs. Sonny was behind to every hitter. AJ came in and got out of the inning and pitched another inning allowing 1 run. Chris Ryan and Marcus Haidley lead the way for the Apollos, Chris drove in several runs and played like a Bulldog. Marcus walked 3 times.
Game 5 Apollos 17 Pasadena Shamrocks 3
Sonny Terrazas threw 4 innings and hit a double and triple from each side of the plate to lead the Apollos over the former NABA Shamrocks who are getting used to wooden bats. Kevin Hall reached base all 4 times.
Game 4 Apollos 14 Kingwood College 3
The Apollos faced off with the new look Kingwood College Coyotes who dropped their traditional Green Colors for Navy. Chip Olipant took the mound for the Apollos who only had 9 players. Chip went 4 innings allowing only 3 runs. Chip did his damage with the bat, doubling twice including a key 2 rbi double. Offensively the Apollos things looked bleak had 5 pitchers in the lineup (Chris Ryan, Chip, Brockman, Terrazas, Sean Kelly). Andrew Dunn, Sean Kelly, and Chip Oliphant all had two doubles. Newly acquired high school catcher Rene Alonzo threw out every attemtped base runner. Matt Brockman threw two scoreless innings and walked twice.
Game 3 Bayou Bengals 7 Apollos 4
The pitching depleted Apollos had no available pitchers for the second game of a doubleheader, Lupe Caballaro volunteered to start and did very well allowing 2 runs in the three innings and leaving with the game tied 2-2. Things quickly went south as Sammy Guerreo took the hill in the 4th. He walked all 4 batters he pitched to. Manny Lujan picked a runner off of 2nd from his knees. Sammy left the game with the bases loaded and 1 out and a 3-2 score. Andrew Dunn came in, walked a batter, then Manny Lujan had the runner picked off of first base and Karl Johnson was not paying attention and the Ball went in the outfield allowing 2 runs to score. Two more runs scored on Lupe Caballaros wild throw home. By the end of the inning the score was 7-2. AJ came on to pitch two innings not allowing a run. The Apollos would score two more runs on rbi singles from AJ who had two hits and Andrew Dunn who had two hits and two runs. Karl Johnson and Tim Brown each struck out two times.
Game 2 Apollos 8 Baytown 5
The Apollos were visitors in this game at Coastal Baseball Park with many players struggling to arrive for the 10:00 AM start time. The Apollos scored 7 runs in the top of the first of Baytown starter Chip Oliphant. Chip threw the entire game and would only give up one more run. Tim Brown became the third person in team history to strike out twice in one inning. Manny Lujan had two rbi doubles. Andrew Dunn had three hits and scored 3 runs. AJ and Lupe played solid defense. Jon Tinker made his Apollo debut. Sonny Terrazas pitched 5 innings only allowing 1 run. Tim Brown came on for his Apollo pitching debut and retired Baytown 1-2-3 in the 6th, but then hit a serious wall in the 7th, he gave up three consective hits and 4 runs before closing out the game for his first save.
Game 1 Apollos 17 Silversox 1
This was the first ever game played in Coastal Baseball 18+ Fall League and the Silversox showed up short handed. The Apollos scored 5 in the first, second and third innings. Nick Grissom, Lupe Caballaro, AJ, Matt Brockman made their Apollo's debut. Nick started threw three innings, Brockman pitched two innings and Sonny Terrazas made his long awaited return to the mound pitching the final inning. The SilverSox Lead off hitter, Lopez hit a towering home run to left field for the league's home run and coastal baseball's first post hurricane ike home run with the new dimensions. Tim Brown and Andrew Dunn each had three hits and scored three runs.