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Tournaments | Championship | 7/22/2019

Roos win 14u PG World Series

Photo: Kangaroo Court Roos American (Perfect Game)

SANFORD, Fla. – The Kangaroo Court Roos American scored in the top of the first inning and never looked back against Resmondo Baseball, locking down a 8-0 victory in the 14u PG World Series championship game on Monday. The victory finalized an impressive 8-1 run through a loaded field at the Boombah Sports Complex in Sanford, Florida.

Kangaroo Court wasted no time getting their offense going, plating two runs before the defense could record an out. Aidan Miller knocked in Colton Wombles with a single to left field to open the scoring. The Roos tacked on a third run in the top of the second when Wesley Mendes lifted a sacrifice fly to right field, scoring Troy Reader from third base.

Nelson Ramos kept the scoring parade going with a two-RBI double to left field. With Matthew Rose at the plate, Ramos swiped third base before Rose was able to knock a sacrifice fly into right to push the score to 6-0.

Ramos added an RBI single in the fifth inning, scoring Miller from third base. In the sixth, Wesley Mendes pushed across the eighth and final run for Kangaroo Court, leaving them just three outs away from the 14u PG World Series title.

After sending the final three hitters for Resmondo down in order, Landen Maroudis finshed a complete game shutout for Kangaroo Court Roos American in the title game. While dealing for six innings, Maroudis allowed just two hits and one walk to Resmondo FTB hitters. In three appearances in the PG World Series, Maroudis worked for 9 2/3 innings without giving up an earned run, allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Most Valuable Player honors for the 14u PG World Series went to Colton Wombles of Kangaroo Court Roos American. Throughout the World Series, Wombles hit .435 with 10 hits, six walks, four RBI and seven runs scored. Wombles also displayed some above average speed for a catcher, stealing six bases over the course of the tournament.

Nazier Mule of Resmondo FTB was named Most Valuable Pitcher of the 14u PG World Series. For the tournament, Mule threw 8 1/3 innings, including 6 1/3 innings of relief in Remondo FTB’s semifinal win over Canes National 14u. Mule fanned 14 batters, allowing just three hits over his three appearances in the tournament.


2019 14u PG World Series runner-up: Resmondo Baseball



2019 14u PG World Series MVP: Colton Wombles



2019 14u PG World Series MV-Pitcher: Nazier Mule




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