Tournaments | Story | 12/3/2021

10u-12u All-State Games Recap

John McAdams     
Photo: California 12u (Perfect Game)
With so much talent on the fields at TOP CHOPS East Cobb Complex during the National All-State Select Championships, we would like to continue to highlight Players to Watch after the completion of the event. (With so much time and room for these players to grow and mature, we will not use any scouting verbiage in describing these player's skills but rather just highlight them as standouts from the event).

10U: Team California took bragging rights back to the West Coast, as they defeated Team Coastal, 8-3, in the final. Ayden Samuelu took home MVP honors after hitting .625 (5-for-8) during the event, while scoring nine runs and stealing seven bases. Parker Durant of Team Coastal was awarded the MV-Pitcher after striking out 14 hitters across 6 2/3 innings. He allowed just one earned run between both of his outings.

(Name, Region Represented)

Aiden Gonzalez (Texas)
Amani Tuiasosopo (Pacific Northwest)
Amari Kirschner (Pacific Northwest)
Ayden Samuelu (California)
Braylen Fontenot (Louisiana)
Brody Sharp (California)
Cohen Ward (Georgia)
Gavin Smith (Louisiana)
Ian Gomez (Texas)
Inky Johnson (Georgia)

Jacob Miller (California)
Jake Holmes (Texas)
James Feliciano (Florida) 

Jaylen OBannon (California)
JJ Nixon (Coastal)
Landen Davis (Georgia)
Levi Avina (California)
Luke Wells (Texas)
Nicholis (Junior) Parker (Pacific Northwest)
Parker Durant (Coastal)

Silas Entrekin (California)

Talon Soliza (Pacific Northwest)
Tate Olsen (Coastal)
Tipton Roop (Georgia)

Trevor Lujan (Florida)

11U: Team Texas took home the crown, as they secured a 4-3 victory over Team Florida. Amari Maxwell took home MVP honors for Team Texas, as the sweet-swinging lefty hit .417 (5-for-12) during the event, while also driving in nine runs. Antonio Gill tossed 4 1/3 scoreless innings across two appearances to take home MV-Pitcher honors, as the hard-throwing right-hander punched out eight along the way.

(Name, Region Represented)

Amari Maxwell (Texas)

Antonio Gil (Texas)
Ashton Brown (Georgia)

BJ Hall (Mid-Atlantic)
Braiden Miller (Mid-Atlantic)
Caden Miller (Mid-Atlantic)
Carson Reis (California)
Carter Nash (Coastal)
Cruz Jones (Louisiana)
Ethan Orozco (California)
Evan Rupinta (Florida)
Freily Batista (Georgia)

Giancarlo Fuentes (Florida) 
Henry Bauer (Georgia)
Jack Sekelik (Mid-Atlantic)
Jaden Freeze (Mid-Atlantic)
Jakhi Gale (Mid-Atlantic)
Jimmy Quintero (California)
Logan Keiver (Florida) 

Lucas Borges (Louisiana)
Maksim Tucker (California)
Mekhi Surrell (Georgia)

Myles Schopfer (Texas)

Noah Mendez (Texas) 
Ronald "Trey" James III (Florida)

Tanner Klentz (Texas)
Tre' Lawrence (Coastal)
Tyson Brown (Florida) 

Xavier Rodriguez (Georgia)
Zachary Phillips (California)

12U: Team California outlasted a tough Team Georgia squad, 17-12, in a game that featured nine extra-base hits, including two home runs from MVP Carter Moon. The 2021 PG Select Festival alum hit .692 (9-for-13) during the event including an astounding five home runs. The Bogart, Ga. native scored 15 runs, drove in six and punched out 10 hitters on the mound. Luke Garcia of Team California took home MV-Pitcher honors after delivering 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball throughout his two appearances. He punched out 10 across those innings, while holding two tough lineups in check.

(Name, Region Represented)

Ander Elorriaga (Georgia)

Angel Gonzalez (California)
Austin Burns (Texas)
Blake Barberena (California)

Brody Costantine (Florida) 

Caden Scott (Coastal) 

Camden Shirley (Georgia)

Carter Moon (Georgia) 
Chase Gockenbach (Georgia)
Colin Anderson (Georgia)
Derek Vazquez (Coastal)

Dexter McCleon Jr. (Georgia) 
Gabriel McDowell (Nevada) 

Hadley Levi Leathers (Texas)
Hudson Brown (Texas)

Hunter Elmore (Alabama) 

Isaiah Cador (Georgia) 

Jacob Gray (California) 

Jayden Cunningham (Florida) 
Jeremiah Hall (Nevada)
Kaleb Foster (Texas)

Konnor Briggs (Florida) 
Lennex Minor (California)
Maksim Neshov (Mid-Atlantic) 

Mason Ryder (Florida) 
Memphis Mooneyham (Midwest)

Milan Fluhme (Mid-Atlantic) 

Robert Mascia (Northeast) 
Troy Tewers (Nevada)

William Wilson (Pacific Northwest) 

Zain Valdivia (California)
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