14u PG Super25 Projections

Super25 : : General
Drake Browne        
Published: Thursday, March 27, 2014

All amateur baseball teams will have the opportunity to become the No. 1 team in their region and represent that region in the Perfect Game Super25 National Championship.

The 14u PG Super25 will be played in Fort Myers, FL on July 30-03.  The spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, Jet Blue Park, will play host to the 25 teams competing for a National Title.  Spots still remain in the qualifying tournaments, so request an invite today to earn a spot in the Super25.

Berths Earned:

SoCal Regional Champions: So Cal SKLZ
Defeated the Dirt Dawgs in the Championship game to take home the SoCal title.  Went 4-1 on the weekend, defeating the highly touted Phenom Elite by the score of 2-0 in the first round of the playoffs.  A solid defensive team, RHP/2B Keaton Carattini was named the MVP of the SoCal Regional.

Caribbean Regional Champions: SBO
SBO defeated Team M in the championship game of the Caribbean Regionals by the score of 11-5 to earn a berth in the PG Super25.  The team can really swing the bats, as they scored 42 runs over five games in the tournament.

Projected Berths:

*Based on teams expected to compete in the 2014 tournaments

Florida State Regional: CFBL Elite Prospects
College development program with a lot of talent at all age groups.  2018 LHP Jack Quayle has shown strong command and is considered the top arm on the team’s roster, being described as a shutdown pitcher. Other standouts to watch include OF/LHP Christian Robinson and MIF/RHP Lyon Richardson.

South Florida Regional:  SWFL Canes Elite
Have shown to be a good team throughout different tournaments in Florida.  Champions of the SWFL Spring Shootout and have a lot of team speed/athleticism.

North Florida Regional: Orlando Stingers
Newly formed youth program as a part of the Orlando Scorpions organization.  Even though it is the team’s first year, they will have plenty of talent to compete at the highest level.

Texas State Regional: Dallas Dodgers Black
The Dodgers went 2-0 at the inaugural Texas State Qualifier of the 2014 season.  They were very impressive defeating the Fort Worth Cats and Oklahoma Elite, before rain shortened the event.  Team showed a lot of offensive firepower, with Carson Bradley and Colton Hinkle both going 3-3 in the win over OK Elite.

Deep South Regional: Golden Spikes Baseball Club
Quality program out of Meridian, MS, the Golden Spikes have won many tournaments over the past few seasons.  In 2013 they were the champions of the “Brandon Bash” and “Shiloah in September.”

Ohio Valley Regional: Huntington Hounds
Based out of Huntington, WV, the Hounds organization has been a constant presence at Perfect Game tournaments all over the country.  Will be a top level team in 2014 with many potential division one prospects.

Central Regional: PoundTown Wreckers
PoundTown Baseball is a year round, highly competitive youth program that showcases their players at the national level.  Strong instruction throughout the organization and a lot of skilled players.

Georgia Regional: Team DeMarini Georgia Gold
Strong club that plays an exciting brand of baseball.  The 14u Gold team is coached by Casey Hill and CJ Nitkowski.  Nitkowski, the team’s pitching instructor, played 10 seasons at the Major League level and pitched in a total of 336 MLB games.

Coastal Regional: Wake Rays Baseball Club
The Rays had an impressive showing at the BCS finals, making the playoffs and earning the #26 national ranking by Perfect Game.  They had top wins over Sports55 and the Dallas Tigers.

Mid-Atlantic Regional: Tri State Arsenal Red
Joe Barth’s team is always a force in the 14u age division, historically known for having a deep and talented pitching staff.  A few of the quality arms on this year’s team are Brady Devereaux, Tommy Sheehan, Chris Sabino and Anthony Piccolino.

Four Corners Regional: Stetson Hills Stealth
The Stealth finished as the #28 ranked team in the country by PG in the final 2013 Travel Team Rankings.  Based out of Phoenix, AZ, they will be a tough team to beat in the Super25 tournament series.

West Super Regional: All Star Baseball Academy
The All Star Baseball Academy has won many championships on the West Coast in recent years.  Strong showing at previous PG events and the AABC World Series.

California State Regional: Team Phenom
Team Phenom played up in the 14u division most of the year last season, but they proved their dominance by winning the PG MLK Championship this past January.  The team finished ranked #2 in the Nation last season.

New England Regional: New England Ruffnecks
The organization is talented at every age level, especially this group who has been playing together for a few years now.  The team will be a very solid combination of athleticism and fundamentals.

Great Lakes Regional: Chicago White Sox ACE
Playing against older teams at the first ever PG Super25 Event, the White Sox ACE team impressed many at the Great Lakes Fall Qualifier.  They are a very athletic team that has playmakers all over the field.

South Texas Regional: Houston Banditos
One of the many strong teams in the Banditos organization, this group finished as the #9 ranked team in the nation by Perfect Game.  They had an impressive win over the San Diego Show and made the elite eight at the BCS Finals.

North Texas Regional: Oklahoma Elite
Ranked #1 in the Pre-Season Super25 North Texas rankings, and finished 2013 ranked #21 in the nation by Perfect Game.  Made the playoffs at the BCS Finals and had top wins over the St. Pete Saints and Sports55.

Pacific Northwest Regional: West Coast Mariners
The team has been selected by Perfect Game scouts and staff to receive an invitation to the PG World Series, the most exclusive event of the summer.  This shows the team’s skill level and status among the elite clubs in the entire country.

Northeast Super Regional: EvoShield Canes
The Canes organization has won many National Championships over the past few years, including the PG WWBA World Championships this past October.  While their younger age teams do not have as many players from different states, they are still talented and competitive.

Midwest Super Regional: Kansas Redlegs
One of the top ten teams in the nation for the past three years across different sanctions.  Finished the 2013 season with a 58-16 record playing against the top competition almost every weekend.

Southeast Super Regional: PTI Maniacs
Talented organization with many players representing Team USA at the NWTBA World Championships.  The 14u team was Champions of the IBC Winter Nationals tournament in Dover, FL.

South Super Regional: Houston Banditos Black
Finished as the #1 ranked team in the country by Perfect Game.  Co-Champion of the BCS Finals where they defeated the San Diego Show and went on to earn a piect of the title.

NorCal Regional: East Bay Bombers
Highly skilled group out of Northern California, who have been off to a hot start in 2014.  The team won the TBS NorCal Super Regional, defeating Nor Cal Baseball 8-0 in the championship game.  Emilio Vasquez was the tournament MVP.

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