WWBA Tournament

2012 WWBA 2014 Grads or 16u National Championship

Jul 13, 2012 - Jul 20, 2012

East Cobb Complex - 4617 Lee Waters Road Marietta, GA 30066 Map

- East Cobb Complex
  4617 Lee Waters Road Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

- Chapel Hill HS
  4899 Chapel Hill Road Douglasville, GA 30135 Map   

- Home Plate Field
  611 Highway 74 South Peachtree City, GA 30269 Map   

- Parkview HS
  998 Cole Rd SW Lilburn, GA 30047 Map   

- Hamilton Crossing Park
  31 Beavers Drive Cartersville, GA 30120 Map   

- Perry Park
  738 Grassdale Road Northwest Cartersville, GA 30121 Map   

- Woodland HS
  800 Alabama Rd. Southeast Cartersville, GA 30120 Map   

- Hebron Christian Academy
  2975 Old Peachtree Road Dacula, GA 30019 Map   

- South Gwinnett HS
  2288 East Main Street Snellville, GA 30078 Map   

- Mountain View HS
  2351 Sunny Hill Road Lawrenceville, GA 30043 Map   

- Hunter Park
  8830 Gurley Rd. Douglasville, GA 30134 Map   

- New Cass HS (White, GA)
  1000 Colonel Way White, GA 30184 Map   

- Mt. Pisgah HS
  9825 Brumbelow Road Johns Creek, GA 30022 Map   

- Duluth HS
  3737 Brock Road Duluth, GA 30096 Map   

- Aviation Sports Complex
  455 Aviation Road Marietta, GA 30060 Map   

- West Forsyth HS
  4155 Drew Road Cumming, GA 30040 Map   

- Pinecrest Academy
  955 Peachtree Parkway Cumming, GA 30041 Map   

- Alpharetta Legion Field
  201 Wills Road Alpharetta, GA 30004 Map   

- Cartersville BB Complex
  11 Sugar Valley Rd. Cartersville, GA 30120 Map   

- South Paulding HS
  1364 Winn Road Douglasville, GA 30134 Map   

- Campbell HS
  5265 Ward St SE Smyrna, GA 30080 Map   

- South Cobb HS
  1920 Clay Rd. SW Mableton, GA 30126 Map   

- Weber School
  6751 Roswell Rd. NE Atlanta, GA 30328 Map   

- Etowah HS
  6565 Putnam Ford Dr. Woodstock, GA 30189 Map   

- Cherokee HS at Boiling Park
  1098 Marietta Highway Canton, GA 39114 Map   

- Dominion Christian School
  4607 Burnt Hickory Rd. Marietta, GA 30064 Map   

- Kennesaw Mountain HS
  1898 Kennesaw Due-West Road Kennesaw, GA 30152 Map   

- North Cobb Christian School
  4500 Lakeview DR Kennesaw, GA 30144 Map   

- Georgia Tech
  Fowler and Ferst St Atlanta, GA 30332 Map   

- Centennial HS
  9310 Scott Road Roswell, GA 30076 Map   

- Wheeler HS
  375 Holt Rd NE Marietta, GA 30068 Map   

- Southern Poly
  1100 South Marietta Marietta, GA 30060 Map   

- Lassiter HS
  2601 Shallowford Rd. Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

- Chattahoochee HS
  5230 Taylor Rd Alpharetta, GA 30022 Map   

- Walton HS
  1590 Bill Murdock Rd Marietta, GA 30062 Map   

- Sprayberry HS
  2525 Sandy Plains Rd Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

- Pope HS
  3001 Hembree Rd Marietta, GA 30062 Map   

- Woodstock HS
  Lake Hills South Drive Woodstock, GA 30189 Map   

- Kell HS
  4770 Lee Waters Road Marietta, GA 30066 Map   

Tournament Format:

16u WWBA(Pools of 8)
July 13-18 –Each team will play 7 pool games in first 6 days. No consolation games. Doubleheader one of first 4 days. Games will begin at 9AM on July 13.
July 18 – Playoffs (Pool winners) will be played later in day after last pool play game.
July 19 – Rounds of 16 and 8 will be played starting at 9AM.
July 20 – Semifinals & Championship games (11:30AM Championships start)
The official schedule will be released approximately 4-5 days prior to the start date.


ATTENTION: We will be switching some Wednesday pool play games that have playoff implications from the 2PM time slot to the 9AM & 11:30AM slots. This will push non-playoff teams to the 2PM and 4:30PM time slots. We will notify team via phone throughout the day on Tuesday. The schedule page will be updated as well. 

There will NOT be water provided in all dugouts. The ONLY coolers allowed in the gate at each field will be team/player coolers that are taken into the dugouts. No spectator coolers will be allowed.

Due to the number of games played on these fields over the 6 straight weeks of tournaments, all players need to be prepared to wear tennis shoes/turfs when warming up for games on field if asked.

Game time may display incorrectly in GameChanger scoreboard.
For the correct and most up-to-date game schedule, please refer to this Game Schedule.
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This is the 9th annual WWBA 16u National Championships, which will take place in northwest Atlanta using the East Cobb Complex and various fields in the area. Past Champions: South Florida Elite Black (11), Canes Baseball (09,10), Richmond Braves (08), Knoxville Yard (07), East Cobb Astros (05,06), Florida Redwings and Upper Deck Cougars (04)

This is a wood bat only tournament. AGE LIMIT: 2014 Grad or born on/after May 1, 1995. Games: 7 guaranteed, weather permitting. All teams will be expected to be able to play first thing on the morning of Friday the 13th. Schedule will be released 4-5 days before the start of the tournament. Friday the 20th will consist of semifinals and championship games. Champions will receive a team trophy as well as individual rings. Runner Up and 3rd place teams will receive a team trophy. MVP and MVPitcher will receive individual award.

GATE PRICES:
All-Tournament Pass (good for all games all days) $55
Daily Pass (good for all games on one day) $10
Official Program $5 

Games: games guaranteed, weather permitting.

Age Eligibility:

Bat Type: Bat Restrictions

Hotels: All teams are required to book housing through following link Host Hotels

Coolers: Not Allowed

Entry Fee: 1750 USD

NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AT ANYTIME AFTER PAYMENT. PERFECT GAME WILL HOLD A CREDIT TO A FUTURE EVENT IF NOTICE OF CANCELLATION IS GIVEN AT LEAST 3 WEEKS PRIOR

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Event Records  

Category Time/Velo Name St Event year Draft Commitment
Fastball 96 mph Beau Burrows TX 2013 Tigers 1 Texas A&M
Pop-Time 2.00 sec Adrian Chacon FL 2010   North Carolina
  

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