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Softball  | Softball Tournament  | 3/9/2023

Perfect Game 14U Griffon Indoor

Rachel Klipper     

Perfect Game 14U Griffon Indoor

March 5th, 2023

St. Joseph, MO.



Middle Infielder, Ana George (2027, Kansas City KS) with Select Fastpitch 09 – Dragon was unstoppable on and off the field. She had a true knack for tracking deep, hard to reach balls hit and following the play through to first with an accurate throw to her first baseman. Any ball headed in her direction was known you could count her and that followed into the batter’s box. At the plate as a lead-off she had consistent hard line drive hits with a quick swing at the ball.


The 5-8 RHP Mk Cisneros with KC Rebels 2027A excelled at the mound touch 60s with ease. She had control of the ball hitting her spots while having movement on the tail-end of her pitches for an often swing and miss. At no surprise, she allowed 0 walks in a game. As she continues to grow her feel for the ball there is great potential for this pitcher.


Lindsey Kuzmic (2028, Kansas City KS) the RHP with Select Fastpitch 2010- Reliford could faithfully work her way around the zone, making for an unpredictable force time after time. She had an up-and-coming weekend with 1 walk allowed between two games, only 1 run and 0 hits allowed in 1 game.


Karrigan Henrichs (2027, Wymore NE) with Firecrackers 14u at the mound made an impression with her ability to hit her spots with the inclusion of movement in her pitching. In one game alone she allowed only 2 hits and had 9 strikeouts. In another game she had 0 runs allowed and 0 earned runs.


Makenzi McCoy (2026, Omaha NE) with Nebraska Echoes 14U Rasmussen was touching 60 and came to play with 0 allowed runs and 0 earned runs on top of 0 walks in once game. In another she had a total of 10 strikeouts. With accuracy and the added plus of command of the ball, her pitches were hade to catch at the plate for the opposing team.


McKenna Schwarzer (2026, Jefferson City MO) with Hype Fastpitch 14U behind the plate played a key role in framing for strikes. The ability to have a quick jump on the ball gave her the advantage to dive out for a popped-up bunt in a hard-to-reach spot. She could read the pitch, the batter and the field to know and act on her next moves whether it be to frame or to throw down for an out on a steal steps ahead of the runner.