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2011 17u BCS Finals

 



Weickel No Hits Astros >>
The Orlando Scorpions 17U Purple squad blanked the East Cobb Astros 17U team 8-0 in round 1 of the playoffs. RHP Walker Weickel (2012, Olympia, Orlando) threw a no-hitter while demonstrating good command of an 88-91 mph fastball. He also showed effortless arm action and sound mechanics. MIF Max Moroff (2012, Trinity Prep, Maitland) impressed at the plate by going 3 for 3 and driving in 2 runs. He showed excellent bat speed and has lift in his swing. C Chris Breen (2012, Winter Springs, Winter Springs) also had a good game at the plate, showing power to all fields and good extension. He drives the ball with regular contact.
Leinhauser Pitches All American Prospects to a Win >>
In the first round of the playoffs the All American Prospects 17U squad won a 6-1 game against the Jacksonville Warriors. RHP Jerrod Leinhauser (2011, Braden River, Sarasota) showed good command of an 80-84 mph fastball while allowing 1 run in 6 innings of work. He showed a balanced delivery and a good follow through while pitching. 2B Bret Lashley (2012, Park Vista, Lake Worth) showed a live bat and good bat speed while going 2 for 3 and scoring 2 runs.
Trio Of Stars Lead Sun Devils to Victory >>
Gm # 172 | 7/21/2011 | 9:00 AM Texas Sun Devils vs. Texas Stix
The Texas Sun Devils won a 7-1 game against the Texas Stix squad in the first round of the playoffs. LHP Matt Denny (2012, Jackson Academy, Jackson) threw a complete game for the Sun Devils and allowed only 1 run on 3 hits while showing good command of an 82-84 mph fastball. He maintained his velocity throughout the game and pitched downhill. OF Kolby Copeland (2012, Parkway, Bossier City) showed that he is a top prospect at the plate, hitting to all fields with raw power. He also demonstrated good bat speed and a fluid stroke. MIF Gavin Cecchini (2012, Barbe, Lake Charles) also impressed, driving in 2 runs and showing a fluid stroke and live bat.

RHP Weston Sims (2012, LD Bell, Hurst) impressed on the mound for the Stix. He showed good command of a 82-85 mph fastball while changing speeds to keep hitters off balance. Sims has a good follow through and pitches downhill. OF Cody Broussard (2012, Grapevine, Colleyville) impressed at the plate, staying inside the ball well to drive in the lone run for the Stix.
Palm Beach County PAL Defeats Marucci Elite >>
Gm # 171 | 7/21/2011 | 9:00 AM Marucci Elite vs. Palm Beach County PAL 17U
The Palm Beach County PAL 17U squad defeated Marucci Elite 7-2 in the first round of the playoffs today. LHP Brandon Rhodes (2012, Park Vista, Lake Worth) threw strikes with an 82-84 mph fastball in allowing 1 earned run over 5 innings. The crafty lefty showed he knows how to pitch by changing speeds to keep hitters off balance. C Robbie Coman (2012, Park Vista, Lake Worth) excelled at the dish, driving the ball with regular contact due to excellent bat speed. He drove in 2 runs and showed power potential.

RHP Jacob Waguespack (2012, Dutchtown, Prarieville) threw strikes with an 84-88 mph fastball to strike out 5 in 4 innings of work.
Pitchers Excel in South Florida Elite Squad Win >>
In the first round of the playoffs South Florida Elite Squad Black pulled out a close 6-5 victory over the Tampa Bay Warriors. LHP Andre Martinez (2012, Archbishop MaCarthy, Pembroke Pines) threw an 85-88 mph fastball while displaying loose, long arm action. He changes speeds while attacking hitters and showed a deceptive delivery. RHP Nick Travieso (2012, Archbishop MaCarthy, Pembroke Pines) showed himself to be a top prospect by striking out 4 hitters with an explosive 91-94 mph fastball. He showed effortless arm action and a smooth, online delivery.

RHP/3B Corbin Olmstead (2012, Thomas Jefferson, Tampa) impressed on the mound and at the plate. He throws strikes with an 86-89 mph fastball and demonstrated short, solid arm action with good hip rotation. At the plate he showed excellent bat speed and raw power. C James Abbatinozzi (2011, Nease, St. Augustine) had a solid day at the plate, going 2 for 3 while showing a fluid stroke and good bat speed.
Scrambledawgs Shut Down South Oakland A's >>
Gm # 39 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM South Oakland A's-Green vs. CV Scrambledawgs
RHP Payne Kosobucki (2012, Harris County HS, Midland, GA) threw six inning, picking up the win as the CV Scrambledawgs beat South Oakland A's Green 8-3. Kosobucki topped out at 84, also throwing a 72 mph curveball and 72 mph change. C Leo Mendoza (2013, Shaw HS, Columbus, GA) showed great arm strength and a quick release.
PAL Rolls to Easy Win >>
Gm # 38 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM Palm Beach County PAL 17U vs. East Cobb Red Sox
PBC PAL picked up an easy win as they took down the East Cobb Red Sox 8-0. IF Brady Roberson (2012, Palm Beach Central, Royal Palm Beach, FL) had two hits and two RBI and 3B Peter Rivera (2012, Wellington, FL HS) also had a pair of hits.

RHP Matt Warren (2012, West Boca, Boca Raton, FL) topped out at 83 with a 72 mph curveball, LHP Rigo Beltran (2012, Atlantic HS, Delray Beach, FL) topped at 78, and RHP Trea Turner (2011, Park Vista HS, Lake Worth, FL) was up to 86 with a 76 mph curveball. 
Elite Squad Red One Hits LI Whalers >>
RHP Peter Rantz (2012, Boca Raton, FL HS) pitched all five innings in the South Florida Elite Squad Red 9-1 win over the Long Island Whalers. Rantz toppped out at 85 and showed easy arm action and room to fill. He allowed only one hit, walking two and striking out four. OF Sly Edwards (2012, Chaminade Madonna, Miami Lakes, FL) is one of the fastest runners in the class and a very good athlete.

RHP Matt D'Ariano (2012, Iona Prep, Yonkers, NY) topped at 89 with a good 77 mph curveball and RHP Greg Welch (2012, Wantagh, NY HS) was up to 86.
Sun Devils Get 5-2 Win Behind Green >>
Gm # 36 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM Texas Sun Devils vs. SWFL
Texas Sun Devils IF Zach Green (2012, Jesuit HS, Rocklin, CA) had a hit and drove in two runs in the Sun Devils 5-2 win over SWFL. Green is a long projectable player with very good athleticism and a smooth stroke from the right side that projects for power. He has good power and is committed to attend Oregon State.

Sun Devils RHP Josh Leone (2012, Calvary Baptist, Keithville, LA) topped out at 88 and RHP Taylor Butler (2012, Barbe HS, Lake Charles, LA) was up to 86 with a 75 mph slider and 75 mph changeup. LHP Sterling Wynn (2012, China Spring HS, Crawford, TX) has a smooth, online delivery, his fastball up to 89 with a 77 mph slider and 81 changeup.

SWFL RHP Kyle Miller (2012, Estero HS, Fort Myers, FL) topped out at 87 in his five innings of work.
SF Elite Black Gives Up One Hit in Easy Win >>
South Florida Elite Squad Black RHPs Hayden Hurst (2012, Bolles School, Jacksonville, FL) and Ryan Owens (2012, West Boca, Boca Raton, FL) combined to give up just one hit as they cruised to an easy 7-1 win over Florida Hardballers 17u. Hurst struck out four in a pair of innings, while Owens struck out seven over four innings of relief. Hurst topped out at 91 is a big, strong athlete who also showed a 75 mph slider. Owens topped at 88 with a 72 mph curveball.

SF Elite Black had a great showing at the 17u WWBA and are one of the top teams in Florida. There offense was led Monday by Alexander Rodriguez (2013, Trinity Christian, Boyton Beach, FL), 2B Kevin Fagan (2012, North Broward Prep, Boca Raton, FL), and 3B Eric Neitzel (2012, Gulliver Prep, Coral Gables, FL).
Complete game gets a win for Michael Cyrocki >>
Gm # 35 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM East Cobb Indians vs. South Oakland A's-Grey
Michael Cyrocki who has good command,throws stirkes, and a smooth delivery got the win on the mound for South Oakland A's-Grey. Michael topped out at 81 on his FB and ranging from 74-81. Michael stuck out 6. He likes to change speeds up throwing his CB and CH for stikes a lot. South Oakland A's- Grey Eric Henderson, a athletic player who is a patient hitter with power behind it, went 2-4 with 2 RBI's and scoring 2 runs himself. Troy Smith for East Cobb Indians went 2-3 on the day. Troy is a lindrive contact hitter with some power behind him. The final score for this game was South Oakland A's-Grey-6, East Cobb Indians-2.
South Florida Elite Squad Black gets the win  >>
No runs thru the 4th, then Florida Hardballers 17u put a run on the board in the top of the 5th. South florida elite squad black awnsered with 3 runs then 4 in the 6th to make the final score 7-1. Hayden Hurst started on the mound for South florida Elite Squad Black throwing 2 innings while Ryan Owens came in after him throwing 4 innings. Ryan is a athletic, medium frame player with good command on his fasting with armside run on it. he topped out at 88 mph on his FB ranging from 85-88. Ryan stuck out 7. Helping get some hits for South Florida was Alexander Rodriguez who went 2-3 scoring a run himself. Alexander is a athletic, strong, projectable frame with gap to gap power.
Outlaws Win Behind McDougal/Newman >>
Gm # 33 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM Music City Outlaws vs. Connecticut Heat
Music City Outlaws RHP Jake McDougal (2012, Eagleville HS, Murfreesboro, TN) threw a complete game, allowing two hits and striking out three as the Music City Outlaws cruised to an 8-2 win over Connecticut Heat. He topped out at 86 and was around the plate with all his pitchers, showing good feel for a 77 mph slider, 78 mph change, and 84 mph slider. Outlaws 3B Hunter Newman (2012, Goodpasture Christian, Chapmansboro, TN) showed power potential and leverage in their swing and OF Cameron Hoge (2012, Battle Ground Academy, Franklin, TN) is an athlete with a live bat.
8 runs wins it for Music City Outlaws  >>
Music City Outlaws started the day out aganist Connecticut Heat. Music City got the win with a 8 to 2 victory. Getting the win on the mound was Jake McDougal. Jake has a large frame, solid arm action and is quick to the plate. Jake uses a slider for his out pitch and has good command on it. He topped out at 86 mph on his FB and 73-75 on his SL. Helping him score runs was Newman going 3 for 3 with 2 RBI's and scoring 2 runs himself.
Crouse One-Hits Team Gwinnett >>
Gm # 32 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM Orlando Scorpions 17U Purple vs. Team Gwinnett
Orlando Scorpions 17u Purple RHP Shane Crouse (2012, West Orange HS, Ocoee, FL) threw a complete game one-hitter, striking out 11 and walking two in the Scorps 8-0 win over Team Gwinnett. Crouse has a balanced delivery, easy arm action, topping at 89 with a 76 mph slider and 76 mph changeup. SS Kevin Brantley (2012, Wekiva HS, Apopka, FL) and IF Walker Haymaker (2012, Dr. Phillips HS, Orlando FL) each picked up a hit for the Scorpions offense.

Team Gwinnett LHP Ryan Woodard (2012, Brookwood HS, Lawrenceville, GA) topped at 86 during his 2/3 of an inning stint and is a projectable lefty with a 66 mph curveball and 74 mph change.
Marucci Picks Up Win Behind Duvall/Newman >>
Gm # 30 | 7/18/2011 | 9:00 AM Marucci Elite vs. Orlando Baseball Academy
LHP Hunter DeVall (2012, Centreville Academy, Clinton, LA) is an LSU commit who was up to 88, showing clean mechanics, very good arm action and feel for a 73 mph curveball, and 77 mph change. He struck out 11 over 6 2/3 in Marucci Elite's 4-3 win over Orlando Baseball Academy. RHP Hunter Newman (2012, Calvary Day School, Bloomingdale, GA) another LSU commit topped at 90 in his third of an inning.

The Marucci offense was lead by two Chase's, Rivett and Nyman. Rivett (2012, East Ascension HS, Gonzalez, LA) showed a quick bat with power potential and Nyman (2012, Pascagoula, MS HS) has a smooth left-handed swing with balance and good plate coverage.
Pitchers Duel Ends in 1-1 Tie >>
Gm # 12 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Bucky Dent A's vs. En Fuego Baseball
En Fuego Baseball and Bucky Dent Bandits A's combined for only five hits as they ended in a 1-1 tie. En Fuego starter RHP Quint Fields (2013, Fairhope, AL HS) went the distance, allowing two hits and a walk while striking out six. He topped out at 84 and complimented his fastball with a 68 mph curve. 3B Hunter Ellenburg (2013, Fairhope, AL HS) showed good defensive actions and arm strength across the diamond and SS Beecher Faust (2013, Fairhope, AL HS) showed good bat speed and balance at the plate.

Bucky Dent Bandits A's RHP Jose Gonzalez (2013) topped at 80 in his inning of relief of RHP Perry Kulaga (2013, Middleton South, Lincroft, NJ) who threw six strong innings topping at 82 with a 70 mph curveball and 73 mph change.
Scorpions 17u Black Get Comeback Win >>
Down 3-1 the Orlando Scorpions 17u Black tallied single runs in the 5th, 6th, and 7th to beat the Delaware Warriors 4-3. RHP Keith McClellan (2012, Oviedo, FL HS) threw four shutout innings for the Scorps, allowing no hits while walking three and striking out four. He topped his fastball out at 84 and showed good command of a 70 mph curveball and 75 mph changeup. RHP Nathan Kelly (2012, Lake Brantley HS, Apopka, FL) came in to throw three innings of relief, topping out at 80 with a 68 mph curveball.

Four pitchers threw for the Warriors with RHP Zach Flowers (2013, Salesenium HS, Middletown, DE) showing a smooth delivery and a fastball that reached 85 and a 68 mph curveball, RHP Isaac Taylor (2013, Bayard Rustin, West Chester, PA) topped at 81, RHP Jake Wersinger (2012, Salesnium HS, Wilmington, DE) was up to 81, and RHP Danny Shea (2012, Salesenium HS, Claymont, DE) topped at 84.
Tampa Bay Warriors shutout BLBA Houston Sox >>
Gm # 11 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Tampa Bay Warriors vs. BLBA Houston Sox
The Tampa Bay Warriors beat the BLBA Houston Sox today when the Warriors shutout BLBA 9-0.  Warriors pitcher, Tommy Peterson, threw 5 full innings giving up just 2 hits, and me managed to strikeout 9 batters in the game.  Tommy has pinpoint command and changes speeds effectively to help himself set up hitters.  He competes on the mound, keeps hitters off balance, and maintains his velocity out of the stretch.  Chad Witkowski helped out Tommy by his 3-3 (single-2 doubles) day at the plate, along with 2 runs scored and 1 RBI.  Chad is is a patient and drives the ball consistently with gap power to all fields. 
SWFL vs Long Island Whalers...21 K's in the game >>
Gm # 10 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM SWFL vs. Long Island Whalers
SWFL was matched up against the Long Island Whalers, so evenly matched that a definitive winner was never decided as it ended in a 2-2 tie.  Pitcher for the Long Island Whalers, Tyler Manez, threw 6 full innings, giving up 3 hits and 2 runs. On the other hand, he had an impressive 10 strikeouts with his 86mph FB, 78 mph CH, and 72 mph CB to counter with.  He sets up hitters and keeps them off balance; he has sound mechanics with a smooth delivery and good movement on all pitches. He is efficient at controlling the opponents running game and has a good pick off move.  

From SWFL, Anthony Prohaska was 2-3 (double-double) with 1 run scored and 1 RBI.  He is an aggressive hitter with gap power and a good eye for the zone with good bat speed. 
Triple Threat Baseball vs Chain Select tie >>
Gm # 13 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Triple Threat Baseball vs. Chain Select
        Chain Select Vs Triple Threat Baseball finished this game with a 6 to 6 tie. Chain select had couple guys have a good day at the plate. Austin Simmons, an athletic medium frame player with power behind him, went 3-4 with an RBI. Also for Chain Select was Will Bagwell. Will Has a medium frame, a live bat with gap power. Will Bagwell went 2-3 on the day with 2 RBI's and a stolen base..
        For triple Threat Baseball Cody Sharp had a perfect day at the plate going 3-3 with a walk and a run scored. Cody Sharp is a all around good player with his strong, athletic projectable frame. Cody is a quick bat with power behind it. When cody gets on base, you also have to be careful with his impact speed.
Texas Sun Devils 1-hit S. FL Elite Squad Black >>
The Texas Sun Devils defeated the South Florida Elite Squad Red 6-1.  The Sun Devils, Kolby Copeland, was 3-3 with 1 run scored; he is an effective spray hitter who can drive the pitch to all fields, and has a quick bat with a linedrive swing plane.  Zach Green, also of the TX Sun Devils, was 1-2 (HR) with 1 run scored, and 2 RBI's.  He has excellent bat speed with lift in his swing, a live bat, and displays raw power. 
NY Grays come out swinging >>
Gm # 8 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Bucky Dent Seminoles vs. New York Grays 17U
The New York Grays were matched up against the Bucky Dent Seminoles; the NY Grays won 12-1 in 5 innings.  Harrison Bader and teammate, Richard Carthon, both had standout games worthy of notice.  Harrison Bader went 2-3 (single-triple) with 2 runs scored and he was hit by a pitch.  He's a middle of the lineup type hitter capable of putting the ball in play consistently and producing runs.  He bats with a confident approach, live bat, and drives the ball regularly.  Richard Carthon, from the NY Grays, went 3-4 (triple-single-triple) with 3 RBI's in the game.  He makes very hard contact with a quiet hitting approach, excellent bat speed, and power to all fields.  He is also an exceptional runner on the bases who is disruptive to the opponents, he moves well down the line with a good first step, and solid instincts on the base path.  
Both pitchers stike out 9 >>
Gm # 15 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Team Reebok PSA 17U White vs. Travelers Baseball
Travelers Baseball's Starting pitcher Ryan Thursten Threw 6 innings striking out 9 while Team Reekbok PSA 17u White's Starter Schooley threw 4 innings also striking out nine giving up 1 hit! Ryan Thursten is a crafty lefty with armside run on his FB. Ryan likes to attack the hitters with his 1/7 CB. He Ranged from 75-81 on his FB and 64-74 on his CB. On the other side of the plate was Mallet from Team Reebok PSA 17u White having a great day at the plate. He went 2-2 with a walk and a RBI. Due to Ryan Thursten and Schooley having a great day on the mound, this game ended in 7 with a tie of 3-3.
Close win for NJ super 17 >>
Gm # 14 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM NJ Super 17 vs. Palm Beach Select
Palm Beach Select started the first inning scoring a run, but didn't score till the top of 7th again. Coming thru in the 5th, NJ super 17 stuck 3 runs on the board getting the win 3-2. Helping NJ super 17 get the runs was Devin Robinson, an athletic projectable frame with gap to gap power, hitting a double to score 2. For palm Beach Select, Darren Seferina is a athletic medium frame player with quick speed. He has a live bat with power behind him. Showing off his power today with a HR!
Mason throws well for Team Gwinnett >>
Gm # 6 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Team Gwinnett vs. Connecticut Heat
Team Gwinnett faced the Connecticut Heat and got the win 7-4 as pitcher, Stephen Mason threw an impressive game.  He threw 6 solid innings with 7 strikeouts and only gave up 3 hits in his outing.  His FB topped out at 86 mph and his CB at 72.  Command for Stephen was spot on, he changed speeds well, showed good use of his athletic body and strong lower half. 

Troy Heterick from Team Gwinnett helped out his team when he went 2-3 with 1 run scored, and 1RBI.  Opponent, Tommy Jankowski also had a standout game with his 2-2 (double-single) and 1 run scored.  
Music City Outlaws sting the Scorpions Purple >>
The Orlando Scorpions faced the Music City Outlaws when the Outlaws won 6-1.  Luke Czajkowski was 2-3 (single-double), and had the only RBI of the teams outing.  He is a patient hitter with a good eye for the zone and a well balanced swing.  Newman, of the Music City Dodgers, was 2-3 (single-double) with 3 RBI's, 1 run scored.  He stays inside the ball well with power potential and a knack for making consistent contact.  
Late surge gives FL Diamond Pros Gold the win >>
Gm # 4 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Florida Diamond Pros 17U Gold vs. Laredo Flames
The Laredo Flames took on the Florida Diamond Pros 17U Gold and it was a tough fought game for both teams.  The Flames put up 4 in the top of the first for a great start when the Diamond Pros responded in the bottom of the 2nd with 3 of their own.  Each team would only score again in one inning with the Flames getting 2 in the 4th and the Diamond Pros racking up 4 in the bottom of the 5th to give them the one run lead they needed to take the lead which they held onto for the 7-6 victory.  

The Florida Diamond Pros lead off hitter, Michael Miedzianowski, came through big for his team when he hit a 3-run homer in the game.  He has a sound hitting approach, lighttower power, and hits to all fields comfortably.  Opponent, Misael Monrel, was 2-3 (single-double); he stays inside the ball well with a confident approach and raw power to the gaps. 
ATL Academy Braves and All American Prospects tie >>
The game between the Atlanta Academy Braves and the All American Prospects was too close to name a winner as it ended in a 2-2 tie.  Bryan Van Vranken of the All American Prospects helped his team by going 1-2 with 1 RBI, and 1 walk.  He has good bat speed with a lively bat and patience at the plate.  Marcus Mooney, also from the All American Prospects, went 2-3 batting; he has a quick bat with a scrappy, lead-off type hitter way of playing the game and sound hitting approach. He stays inside the ball well and hits with regular contact. 
Tampa Panthers end in tie with iFungo Revolution >>
Gm # 2 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM Tampa Panthers vs. iFungo Revolution
iFungo Revolution and the Tampa Panthers were too evenly matched in this game, as it ended in a 2-2 tie.  Shawn Henderson of the Tampa Panthers went 2-3 with 1 run scored; he stays inside the ball well with good hip rotation in his swing, he is also an aggressive hitter with gap power.  Teammate, Kyle Woodford, went 2-3 with 2 RBI's.  Pitcher for the Tampa Panthers,  Brad Hencke, pitched 7 innings with 2 runs given up, 5 strikeouts, 1 walk, and 63% of his pitches were thrown for strikes.  He is a crafty lefty with armside movement on his FB that topped at 83 mph.  Hencke has good command of his FB with sound mechanics, balanced delivery, and a projectable frame.  
6-2 win for the Gatorball Baseball Academy >>
Gm # 28 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Dulin Dodgers vs. Gatorball Baseball Academy
Derek Vail, starter for the Gatorball baseball academy, gets the win today. His fastball topped out at 82 mph ranging from 76-82. Derek Vail had 7 strikeouts on the day with a 73.6 Strike percentage. Matthew Ferguson of the Dulin Dodgers got the lose today, but still did a great job. he threw 7 innings stiking out 6 with a 60.6 Strike percentage. Matthew has a quick arm, with sound mechanics. He has good Command on the 11/5 CB, with armside run on his FB which topped out at 85 mph ranging from 78-85. for Gatorball Baseball Academy, Logan Malphurs went a perfect 2-2 with 2 runs scored. Logan has a fluid stroek, shrot compack swing. With Good bat speed and linedrive swing plane. Final score for this game was 6-2 with gatorball baseball academy on top over Dulin Dodgers.
Cameron Kitt helps get the win with 10 strikeouts >>
Gm # 27 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Florida Bombers 17's vs. Long Island Storm
Cameron Kitt from Long Island Storm, a 3/4 arm angle with a large frame, threw 6 innings on the day giving up only 4 hits but striking out 10! Cameron topped out at 80 mph on his fastball ranging from 75-80. a big day at the plate for Thomas Viverito, a medium frame player, went 2-2 with 3 RBI's, a walk, and 2 runs scored. Alex Marquez, a athletic medium frame palyer for the Florida Bombers 17u went 2-2 on the day with 1 run scored. final score of this game was Long island Storm-6, Florida Bombers 17's- 1.
IBAHS knights bats help get the win >>
Gm # 26 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Team Reebok PSA 17U Blue vs. IBAHS KNIGHTS
IBAHS knights get the win over team Reebok PSA 17u Blue of a score 11-2. Getting the win On the Mound was Pitcher Victor Ilarraza. Victor is a Medium Frame kid who has positive Control on the mound. ranging from 75-81 mph for the fastball. He threw 5 innings on the day. Alexis Cruz, a Strong, large/ projectable frame with his open stance went 2-3 with an RBI and 2 runs scored.  Cesar Acosta for Team Reebok PSA 17u Blue had a good day at the plate, going 1-2 bring in 2 RBI's on the day.
16 hits for NJ super 17 american helps get the win >>
Gm # 25 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Florida Pokers 17UWhite vs. NJ Super 17 American
Devon Hedgepath From the NJ super 17 american Got the win on the mound today throwing 6 innings. Helping him score some runs were Derek Jenkins, John Adryan, Dave Dudeck, Matt Tietz, Dj Link and Tayler Blankmeyer who All Got 2 hits on the day. Nj super 17 American Had 5 stolen bases as a team today. The Final Score of this game was Nj Super 17 american-11 and florida Pokers 17u white-2.
Tie game for Team Mizuno strom vs Pensacola pirate >>
Gm # 24 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Team Mizuno Storm vs. Pensacola Pirates
A 6-6 game for the Pensacola Pirates Vs Team Mizuno Storm. For Penscaola Pirates, Tyler (TC) Curtis, Tanner Halstead, Skylar Beckerman, all had an RBI. Starting For Pensacola Was Pitcher K Brooks who threw an inning striking out 2. Garrett Waters Came in after and threw 4 innings striking out 5. Briant Miranda, J Rodriguez, and Ernesto Lizardi for Team Mizuno storm all had an RBI also. Starting pitcher for Team mizuno was Stefan Guilbe who threw 3 innings.
Big Day for CV Scrambledawgs >>
Gm # 23 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM East Cobb Red Sox vs. CV Scrambledawgs
Getting the win on the mound today was Pitcher Chris Cobb. Chris Has a 3/4 arm angle with a Fastball ranging from 81-85 with a great Changeup. Chris Threw 5 innings striking out 8 batters and only giving up three hits on the day. Helping him Score runs were Osman and Anthony Padron. Osman had Two doubles on the day going 3-4 with 4 rbi's. Anthony Padron, an live drive hitter with a large frame, went 2-3 with a walk, an rbi, and scoring 3 runs himself. The final score for this game was CV scrambledawgs-13, east cobb red sox- 3
Taylor Gushue helps Palm beach county get a win >>
Taylor Gushue, an Athletic, Projectable strong frame with Excellent bat speed. He has gap power with a live bat went 1-1 with a triple which drove in 2 runs. South Oakland A's- Green drove in two in the first inning and Palm Beach County Pal 11u also drove in 2. No runs were scored until the bottom of the fifth Inning when Robbie Coman drove in the go ahead run. Final Score for this Game was South oakland A's green-2, palm beach county pal 17u- 3.
Marucci Elite gets a win over East Cobb Cubs >>
Gm # 20 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM Marucci Elite vs. East Cobb Cubs
Matthew Sharp, Starting Pitcher for Marucci Elite, has a Athletic Medium Frame, with good command, and has great approach with the pitches. Matthew topped out at 86 mph on his fastball ranging from 83- 86 mph. He threw 5 innings giving up only 3 hits and 11 Stikeouts! Helping him on the offense side was Jacob Shempert. Jacob has a slightly open stance with power potential and a Strong Lower half. Jacob went 2-3 on the day bring in 3 rbi's. The East Cobb Cubs Derek Morris had a good day at the plate. he went 2-2 on the day. Final score for this game was Marucci elite- 5, East Cobb Cubs-1.
Big win for South Oakland A's Grey >>
 Getting The win for South Oakland A's Grey was Pitcher Brandon Cichoki. Brandon likes to work fast and attack the hitters with his 80-84 mph fastball and a good CB topping out at 74 mph. Helping Brandon Cichoki get the win was Luke Ortel, with his Athletic Large Frame, going 1-1 with an rbi, 3 walks, a stolen base, and scoring a run himself. Kellan Bailey for the Florida Hardballers 17u is a Athletic, Projectable frame. He has a fluid Stroke and strong wrists with some power. Kellan went 2-3 for the day scoring a run himself. the Final score of this game was South Oakland A's Grey- 9 and florida hardballers 17u- 3.
A close Win For South Florida Elite Squad Black >>
        Big RBI day for Chandler Durham from the East Cobb Indians. with his Raw Power, And aggressive hitting, he went 1-2 with 3 rbi's and scoring a run himself! Also helping his team get a win was Brandon Lopez from the South Florida Elite Squad black, Brandon is A athletic kid with a large frame, strong, all around great athlete going 2-3 with 2 rbi's and a walk. the Final score between the East cobb Indians Vs South florida Elite squad Black was 6-7. Starting Pitcher for S.F elite squad black was Andre Martinez throwing 3 innings. Andre Has a Projectable Frame, 3/4 arm angle with a good FB and a good 10/4 CB.
Pitchers Duel for Big League Academy vs CFBL elite >>
Gm # 17 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM CFBL Elite Prospects 17U vs. Big Leagues Academy
        Only 5 hits for both teams, gives this game a tie thru 7 innings. Big League Academy Had 1 hit on the day and CFBL elite Prospects had the other 4. Helping keep the hits low were pitchers Kurt Sowa who started for the Big Leagues Academy, Joseph Warren, and Bret-Michael Destefano. Kurt Sowa only gave up three hits but came thru with 5 stikeouts. Kurt topped out at 87 ranging from 82-87 for the day. Bret-Michael  DeStefano was 77-81 on his fastball, but had a great 82.6 % Strike percentage. Starting for the CFBL Elite Prospects 17u was Scott Moss, throwing 3 innings with 1 hit and 6 strikeouts.Scott Moss, who is a lefty, with an over the top arm angle topped out at 87 mph ranging from 83-87 mph. Coming in After Scott moss was Nick Knarr who also threw 3 innings giving up 0 hits and 6 strikeouts. Nick Was 80- 84 mph on his fastball for the day.
Big win for the East Cobb Astros 16u >>
Gm # 16 | 7/17/2011 | 2:00 PM East Cobb Astros 16U vs. Texas Stix
        The East Cobb Astros 16u started out with a Run in the first inning, and the runs didn't stop there. They Scored 11 runs for the game defeated the texas stix 11-2. Getting the Win for the Astros Was starting pitcher Duane Underwood. With a Plus fastball, topping out at 95 mph ranging from 88 to 95, helped him throw 5 innings only allowing 3 hits and 8 strikeouts. Helping The Astros get the runs were Nathaniel Maggio who went 2-2 with 2 rbi's and travis Demeritte who went 1-3 with 2 rbi's also.
Astros win with help of McLaughlin's arm >>
Gm # 1 | 7/17/2011 | 11:30 AM East Cobb Astros 17U vs. Jacksonville Warriors
The East Cobb Astros won their first game of the 17u BCS tourney against the Jacksonville Warriors by a score of 6-3 with the help of pitcher, Sean McLaughlin. He threw the first 5 innings and had 7 strikeouts.  He is a polished pitcher with a high baseball IQ, solid arm action, and can set up hitters.  His FB topped at 91 mph with a CB to compliment at 76.  Jon Pryor, also of the Astros had a swell day, going 2-3 (single-double) with 2 runs scored, and 1 RBI.  He has good bat speed with a balanced swing and ability to drive the ball to all fields.