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Texas Sun Devils Win Championship 4-1

7/18/2014

The Texas Sun Devils came out victorious in the championship game against the East Cobb Astros 16U team. The Sun Devils scored two runs in the fifth to break the tie and then another run in the sixth to go on and win by a score of 4-1.

Winning pitcher and McNeese State recruit Grant Anderson (2015, West Orange-Stark, TX) gave up just one unearned run in his 3 2/3 innings of solid work. He threw 78% of his pitches for strikes. Kyle Bergeron (2016, Bridge City, TX) pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings and struck out a batter. His fastball sat 76-80 mph and peaked at 81 mph. Texas commit Chase Shugart (2015, Bridge City, TX) pitched a scoreless inning with his 89-92 mph fastball. Shugart threw about 78% of his pitches for strikes. Rice commit Ford Proctor (2015, Monsignor Kelly, TX) went 3 for 4 with two doubles and three runs batted in. Austin Nelson (2015, Sulphur, LA) went 1 for 3 with an RBI single. 

Kennesaw State commit Trevor Hillhouse (2016, Woodstock, GA) gave up one run over his two innings of work for the Astros. He fastball sat 82-85 mph and topped out at 87 mph. Cason Greathouse (2016, Columbus, GA) pitched four innings, giving up three runs--two earned--on four hits and two walks. Greathouse threw 64% of his pitches for strikes and his fastball ranged from 76-79 mph. Will Benson (2016, The Westminster Schools, GA) singled twice and scored a run. 

Astros Top SWFL 8-7

7/18/2014

East Cobb Astros 16U hang on for a 8-7 win over the SWFL 17U team. SWFL scored two runs in the sixth inning to bring it to a one-run game but they were unable to do any more damage offensively.

Astros hitter and Vanderbilt commit Reggie Pruitt (2015, Kennesaw Mountain, GA) went 2 for 3 with a triple and two runs scored. Malique Foreman (2016, Mays, GA) singled, doubled, scored a run, and added an RBI. Conor Davis (2015, Blessed Trinity Cath, GA) smacked a two-run single in the win.

Winning pitcher Thad Harris (2015, Sonoraville, GA) pitched four innings, giving up five runs--two earned--on five hits and no walks. He threw almost 75% of his pitches for strikes and his fastball ranged from 81-85 mph. Cole Ganopulos (2016, Eagle`s Landing Christian Academy, GA) gave up a run in his two innings and his fastball ranged from 84-88 mph.

Alex Goebel (2015, Wiregrass Ranch, FL) ripped a three-run homer in the fourth to put SWFL up 6-5 at the time. Chris Berry (2015, Seminole, FL) singled twice, scored two runs, and added an RBI. Florida commit Troy Bacon (2015, Sickles, FL) hit a two-run single. Florida State recruit Donovan Petrey (2015, Port Charlotte, FL) tripled and scored a run.

Jose Valmana (2015, Cape Coral, FL) pitched three scoreless innings, his fastball sat 78-83 mph, and he hit 84 mph. UCF commit Thaddeus Ward (2015, Bishop Verot, FL) threw a scoreless inning with his 86-90 mph fastball. Conor Roe (2015, Gulf Coast, FL) gave up two runs in his two innings of work. His fastball ranged from 81-84 mph. Tyler Luneke (2015, St John Neumann, FL) pitched one inning, faced 12 hitters, and his fastball ranged from 77-81 mph.

Sun Devils Blank Scorpions Orlando 4-0

7/18/2014

The Texas Sun Devils blanked the Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple 4-0. The Devils put up a quick three runs in the first inning.

Winning pitcher and Mississippi State commit Kale Breaux (2015, Sulphur, LA) gave up just four hits and one walk over his complete game seven innings. He threw 68% of his pitches for strikes, sat 80-86 mph with the fastball, and topped out at 88 mph. He recorded 11 strikeouts. Addison Armand (2015, Alfred M. Barbe, LA) doubled twice, singled, and drove in two runs. Austin Nelson (2015, Sulphur, LA) doubled, scored a run, and added an RBI.

Cooper Jeffers (2015, Boone, FL) gave up three unearned runs in his four inning outing for Scorpions Orlando. He struck out four batters on a fastball that sat 77-81 mph and peaked at 82 mph. UCF commit Stephen Wells (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) threw two innings of one-run ball and his fastball ranged from 77-81 mph. He threw almost 85% of his pitches for strikes. Antonio Vega (2015, University, FL) singled and doubled in the loss.

East Cobb Astros Take Down South Upperclass

7/18/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16U team took down Scorpions South Upperclass 10-4. The Astros scored in every inning other than the second inning.

Astros hitter Will Benson (2016, The Westminster Schools, GA) went 3 for 4 with a double, two runs scored, and batted in a run. Rankin Woley (2016, The Westminster Schools, GA) went 2 for 3 with a double, a run scored, and added two RBIs. Georgia commit Jordan Holloman Scott (2015, Eagle`s Landing Christian Academy, GA) doubled, scored a run, and added two RBIs. Carter Kieboom (2016, Walton, GA) smacked a two-run double in the win.

Winning pitcher and Vanderbilt commit Braxton Garrett (2016, Foley, AL) threw six innings, giving up four runs--one earned--on six hits and three walks. He struck out seven hitters on a fastball that sat 86-89 mph and peaked at 90 mph. Taylor Gibson (2016, Foley, AL) threw over 70% of his pitches for strikes in his scoreless inning. His fastball sat 79-81 mph.

For Scorpions South Upperclass, Connor Power (2016, Palm Beach Central, FL) singled twice and batted in two runs. Conner Stephens singled and scored two runs. Chase Coppersmith (2015, William T. Dwyer, FL) doubled and scored a run. Coppersmith faced 7 batters in his inning of work. His fastball sat 84-87 mph, topped out at 89 mph, and he threw 68% of his pitches for strikes. Casey Goldenberg (2015, Suncoast Community, FL) pitched four innings, faced 22 hitters, and his fastball ranged from 84-88 mph. Air Force commit Steven Plaskett (2015, East Lake, FL) gave up two runs in his inning of work and his fastball stayed 85-88 mph.

Scorpions Orlando Defeats Gamers 4-2

7/18/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple defeated the St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue 4-2. The Scorpions chipped away in the later innings to take the lead and win it.

Winning pitcher Hunter Herr (2015, Apopka, FL) went the distance and gave up two runs in his seven inning outing. His fastball ranged from 80-84 mph and he recorded three strikeouts. He threw over 70% of his pitches for strikes. Harrison Keslar (2015, River Ridge, FL) singled, tripled, and scored a run. West Florida recruit Matthew Sullivan (2015, Dr. Phillips, FL) went 2 for 3 with a double and a run batted in. High Point recruit Nick Niarchos (2015, Lyman, FL) singled twice, scored a run, and added two RBIs. UCF commit Dallas Beaver (2016, Heritage Christian, FL) doubled and scored a run.

For the Gamers, Michael Bruin (2016, Home School, MO) pitched 3.1 innings, gave up two unearned runs, and his fastball ranged from 83-88 mph. Bruin struck out five hitters. Jake Garella (2016, Edwardsville, IL) topped out at 80 mph in his 2.2 innings of two-run ball. Western Illinois commit CJ Schaeffer (2015, Timberland, MO) smacked a two-run double in the second inning. Cody Birdsong (2015, Neelyville, MO) doubled and scored a run.

Texas Sun Devils Roll to Semis with 8-3 Win

7/18/2014

Texas Sun Devils scored two runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back, advancing to the semifinals with an 8-3 victory over Florida Burn 2015 Pennant on Friday.

Ethan Valdez (2015, William J. Brennan HS, TX) and Jacob Stracner (2015, Sam Houston HS, LA) each drove in two runs to lead the Sun Devils offense. Stracner also added three hits, while Austin Nelson (2015, Sulphur HS, LA) and Shane Selman (2015, Alfred M. Barbe HS, LA) both drilled a pair of singles. Kyle Bergeron (2016, Bridge City HS, TX) led the team with two runs scored.

Coby Roddy (2015, Little Cypress-Mauriceville HS, TX) tossed four innings for the Sun Devils, striking out one hitter with two earned runs allowed. His fastball topped out at 85 mph.

Nicholas Conti (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL) and Ty Craft (2015, Jeff Davis HS, GA) drove in one run apiece for the Burn. The team’s three runs were scored by Jake Romine (2015, Out-of-Door Academy, FL), Jimmy Kuebler (2015, Out-of-Door Academy, FL), and Conti.

SWFL 17U Walks Off with 5-4 Victory

7/18/2014

A fielder’s choice off the bat of Andrew Mink (2015, Clearwater Central Catholic HS, FL) sent SWFL 17U to the semifinals in a walk off 5-4 victory over Marlins Scout Team on Friday.

Andrew Abbott (2015, Alonso HS, FL) and Chris Berry (2015, Seminole HS, FL) each drove in one for SWFL, and Jacob Silverstein (2015, Seminole HS, FL) singled twice. South Florida commit Garrett Zech (2015, Naples HS, FL) led SWFL with two runs scored, while Silverstein, Florida recruit Troy Bacon (2015, Sickles HS, FL), and UCF commit Thaddeus Ward (2015, Bishop Verot HS, FL) each scored one run in the victory.

Shane McClanahan (2015, Cape Coral HS, FL) allowed just two hits with one strikeout, picking up the win over 3.1 innings on the mound. His fastball topped out at 86 mph.

UAB commit Luke Eigsti (2015, Saguaro HS, AZ) drove in two runs to lead the run production for the Marlins, while Kelvin Moore (2015, Lee HS, AL) and Jacob Hughey (2015, Millikan HS, CA) each drove in a run. Hughey led the team with two hits, including a double.

Sun Devils advance behind Shugart

7/17/2014

The Texas Sun Devils defeated the Palm Beach Select 4-3 to advance past the second round of the playoffs.  Sun Devils' starter, and Texas commit, Chase Shugart (2015, Bridge City HS, TX), earned the win tossing 5 innings allowing 2 runs, only 1 earned, on 4 hits and 4 walks, while recording 6 strikeouts.  Shugart threw easy and attacked hitters with a a 82-89/90 mph fastball, late breaking 69-73/74 mph curveball and a sinking 74-76 mph changeup.

Jacob Stracner (2015, Sam Houston HS, LA) lead the way for the Sun Devils' offense going 1-2 with 1 double, 2 RBI and 1 stolen base.  Also showing well was Rice commit, Ford Proctor (2015, Monsignor Kelly HS, TX), who went 2-2 with 1 run scored, 1 RBI and worked 2 walks.  Gavin Johnson (2015, O'Connor HS, TX) added in a 1-2 with 1 double, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk day at the plate. 

For the Select, Jacob Koos (2015, Wellington HS, FL) went 2-4 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI to lead their offense and Noah Meltzer (2015, Jupiter HS, FL) went1-3 with 1 double and 2 runs scored. 

Scorpions top Tigers to advance

7/17/2014

The Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple defeated the East Cobb Tigers 6-1 to advance out of the second round of the playoffs.  Cade Kelly (2015, Durant HS, FL) lead the way offensively for the Scorpions going 2-3 with 1 double, 1 run scored and 1 RBI.  Connor Slagill (2015, Plant City HS, FL) stayed inside the ball well with excellent bat speed going 1-2 with 1 double and 1 walk.  High Point commit, Nick Niarchos (2015, Lyman HS, FL), flashed all 5 tools including a quick bat as he went 1-2 with 1 double and 1 RBI. 

The starting and winning pitcher for the Scorpions was starter, Kyle Cross (2015, Lake Brantley HS, FL), who tossed 5 1/3 innings allowing just 1 run on 3 hits and 2 walks, while recording 4 strikeouts.  Cross used a smooth delivery and got good life on his 83-87/88 mph fastball and effectively mixed in a plus 68-74 mph curveball. 

For the Tigers, Justin Evans (2015, Allatoona HS, GA) showed power potential to go with good extension and bat speed as he went 1-2 with 1 double, 1 run scored and 1 walk.  

Ford helps Sun Devils advance

7/17/2014

The Texas Sun Devils defeated the Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black 5-0 to advance past the first round of the playoffs.  Parker Ford (2015, Lufkin HS, TX) threw a gem, going all 7 innings allowing just 4 hits and 1 walk, while striking out 12 batters.  Ford changed speeds and set up hitters using a plus 88-91/94 mph fastball with riding life and a deceptive 74-81 mph straight changeup. 

Offensively for the Sun Devils, Gavin Johnson (2015, O'Connor HS, TX) went 1-3 with 1 double, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 stolen base.  Mississippi State commit, Kyle Breaux (2015, Sulphur HS, LA), also showed well going 1-2 with 1 double and Ethan Valdez (2015, William J Brennan HS, TX) added in a 1-3 with 1 double, 2 runs scored and 2 stolen bases performance. 

For the Scorpions, Jackson Furstace (2015, Trinity Preparatory HS, FL) went 2-3 with a pair of singles. 


Late rally helps Scorpions top Astros

7/17/2014

The Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple defeated the East Cobb Astros 17u 9-8 thanks to a 4 run rally including a walk-off single from West Florida commit, Matthew Sullivan (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL), who went 2-3 with 1 run scored in the game.  Connor Slagill (2015, Plant City HS, FL) had a very impressive game at the plate going 2-4 with 1 double, 1 run scored and 4 RBI.  Leadoff man, Harrison Keslar (2015, River Ridge HS, FL), added in a 2-3 day with 1 triple showing excellent bat speed and plate coverage.  Alex Skinner (2015, West Orange HS, FL) went 1-3 with 1 double and 3 runs scored. 

Casey Sutherland (2015, Lake Brantley HS, FL) earned the win for the Scorpions as he went 5 innings in relief allowing just 2 unearned runs on 4 hits and 1 walk, while recording 2 strikeouts.  Sutherland had a mound presence and showed a loose arm action on his 79-85/88 mph fastball to go with a good 66-69/70 mph curveball.

For the Astros, Manny Chavarria (2015, Lee County HS, GA) lead the way going 2-4 with 1 double, 3 RBI and 1 walk.  Also showing well was leadoff man, Matthew Nall (2015, St Pius X Catholic HS, GA), who went 2-4 with 4 runs scored. 


Scorpions come back in 7th for to earn win

7/17/2014

The Scorpions South Underclass defeated the Florida Hardballers 17U by a final score of 4-3. This win improved the Scorpions record to (7-1) for the tournament and it sends them to the quarterfinals round.

With 2 runs in the final inning, the Scorpions were able to come back and earn the win. On offense for the Scorpions, Tyler Dietrich (2015, Barron Collier, FL) led the team with 2 RBI's and walk. His teammate Connor Power (2016, Palm Beach Central, FL) finished 2 for 3 with an RBI. Matt Hodges (2015, Tampa Preparatory, FL) earned the win for the scorpions by tossing 2 innings in which he allowed 1 hit, 1 run, and struck out 3 batters.

Blaise Maris (2015, St. Francis, FL) played well on offense for the Hardballers. He went 2 for 3 in this game with a walk, an RBI, and a triple. Harrison Shubert (2016, Columbia, FL) pitched well in this one as well. He tossed 4 strong innings in which he allowed 1 hit, 1 unearned run, and 2 walks, while striking out 4.

SWFL stays undefeated, moves to 8-0

7/17/2014

SWFL 17U defeated the Long Island Tigers 17U by a final score of 7-0. This win is SWFL's 8th of the tournament and keeps them undefeated thus far.

SWFL was led on offense by Donovan Petrey (2015, Port Charlotte, FL). Petrey was perfect at the plate by going 2 for 2 on the day with a walk and an RBI. Garrett Bye (2015, Riverview, FL) also played well even though he had just 1 at bat. Bye went 1 for 1 with a triple and 2 RBI's. Also driving in 2 runs was Alex Goebel (2015, Wiregrass Ranch, FL). Troy Bacon (2015, Sickles, FL) was the winning pitcher for SWFL. He tossed 2 innings in which he allowed 2 hits, and 2 walks, while striking out 2. His fastball velocity was nice as it sat 83-85 and topped out at 90. Connor Roe (2015, Gulf Coast, FL) also pitched well for SWFL as he threw 2 perfect innings while striking out 2. His fastball sat 81-85 and topped out at 89.

Graffeo great on both sides of the ball

7/17/2014

Boca Thunder Baseball defeated the Tomball Thunder by a final score of 6-5 on Thursday. This win improved Boca's record to (6-1) for the tournament.

Christopher Graffeo (2015, Pope John Paul II, FL) was the leader of both offense and on the mound in this one for Boca. At the plate he finished 3 for 3 with a triple and 3 RBI's. On the mound he earned the win after pitching 2 shutout innings and giving up just 2 hits, while striking out 1 batter. Adam Saks (2015, Pine Crest, FL) was also successful on both sides tonight. At the plate he went 2 for 4 with a double and on the mound he earned the save with 2/3's and inning of work. Both Cale Brader (2015, Boca Raton Comminity, FL) and Domenic Baldino (2015, Pope John Paul II, FL) had 2 hit games in this one with Baldino adding an RBI.

Josh Breaux (2015, Tomball, TX) and Nicholas Mikolajchak (2016, Klein Collins, TX) drove in all of the runs for Tomball. Breaux went 1 for 2 with 3 RBI's and Mikolajchak went 1 for 3 with 2 RBI's. Aaron Bowley () had a multi-hit game, going 2 for 3.

Rockets fight off late PBC Rally

7/17/2014

The Easton Rockets defeated the PBC PAL 17U by a final score of 3-2. This win improved Easton's record to (6-1) for the tournament.

Easton was led on offense by Kyle Bauer (2015, Jensen Beach, FL). Bauer finished the game 2 for 3 with an RBI. Colin Smith (2015, Park Vista Community, FL) drove in the only other credited RBI of the game for Easton in a 1 for 3 performance. Tyler Frank (2015, American Heritage, FL) cranked out a triple for his lone hit of the game. On the mound for Easton, Triston McKenzie (2015, Royal Palm Beach, FL) pitched great. He threw 7 innings in a complete game win. McKenzie allowed just 1 hit, 2 earned runs, and 4 walks, while striking out 11 batters. His fastball velocity was tremendous as it sat 85-86 and topped out at 91. It was a good outing for the #40 prospect, and Vanderbilt commit.

Edmond Americaan (2016, Trinity Christian Academy, FL) supplied all of the offense for PBC. He finished the game 1 for 3 with a HR and 2 RBI's. On the mound for PBC, Kyle Farjad (2016, Seminole Ridge Community, FL) stuck with McKenzie pitch for pitch. He also pitched a 7 inning complete game. Farjad allowed 7 hits, 3 earned runs, and 2 walks, while striking out 3. His fastball velocity was great as it sat 85-86 and topped out at 89.

Strong offense pushes Burn past

7/17/2014

The Florida Burn 2015 Pennant defeated the Texas Drillers 12-3 to advance past the 1st round of the playoffs.  Josh Evans (2015, Venice Senior HS, FL) helped power their offense going 2-3 with 1 triple, 1 run scored, 4 RBI and 1 stolen base.  Rey Gonzalez (2015, Timer Creek HS, FL) showed a polished approach with power potential  going 2-2 with 1 double using good extension and the ability to stay inside the ball.  Florida Gulf Coast commit, Jake Smith (2015, Windermere Prep HS, FL), added in a 1-3 with 1 double and 2 RBI day and Walker Bailey (2015, Spurce Creek HS, FL) went 2-3 with 1 run score and 1 RBI.  Also showing well was Nick Blasucci (2015, Riverdale HS, FL) who went 2-3 with 1 run scored and 1 RBI from the leadoff spot.  

Earning the win for the Burn was starter, and Florida commit, Michael Byrne (2015, Olympia HS, FL), who threw 5 innings allowing 3 runs, 2 earned on 7 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 6.  While on the mound, Byrne used an 81-86/88 mph fastball while effectively mixing in a 71-74/75 mph curveball.  

For the Drillers, Josh Jung (2016, Macarthur HS, TX) went 1-3 with 1 double and 1 run scored and Christian Long (2016, Lawrence E Elkins HS, TX) went 1-3 with 1 double, 1 run scored and 1 RBI.  

Florida Hardballers 17u Advance

7/17/2014

Florida Hardballers defeat Team All American 6-3. Leading the way offensively for the Hardballers was Fletcher Simmons (2015, PK Yonge HS, FL) Simmons went 1-3 with a team high 2 RBI and 1 run scored. Wyatt Jackson ( 2015, Suwannee HS, FL) was 1-2 with a double and 2 runs scored. 

Getting the win for the Hardballers was Thomas Spinelli (2016, Trinity Catholic HS, FL). Spinelli went 3 innings giving up no earned runs and struck out 5. Spinelli kept his FB between 82-86 mph. 

Scott Koscho ( 2015, Penn Trafford HS, PA) led Team All American offensively going 2-3 with a double and a single . John Bondi ( 2015, Franklin Regional HS, PA) went 2-3 with 2 singles and 1 RBI. 

SWFL 17u Advances

7/17/2014

SWFL 17u defeats Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 5-4. Leading the way offensively for SWFL was Troy Bacon, a Florida Commit, (2015, Sickles HS, FL). Bacon went 2-2 with a double and 1 RBI. Bacon Also started the game on the mound, going 3 innings giving up 1 hit , 1 earned run and struck out 1. Bacon Kept his FB between 84-90 mph . 

Andrew Abbott (2015, Alonso HS, FL) went 2-3 with 2 singles and led the team with 2 RBI.

Patrick Morton ( 2015, Midway HS, NC) Started the game for the Prospects going 5 innings  giving up 3 earned runs and striking out 3. Morton  lived between 82-85  mph with his FB . 

Howard Smith ( 2015, South View HS, NC) was 1-3 with a double, 1 RBI and 1 run scored.  


East Cobb Tigers Advance

7/17/2014

East Cobb Tigers defeat Hampton Roads Hurricanes 2-0 in pitchers dual.  Bobby Gavreau , a Georgia Tech commit, (2015, Sprayberry HS, GA) Pitched a complete game 3 hit shut out, and struck out 3. Gavreau kept his FB between 86-90 mph.

Justin Evans (2015, Allatoona HS, GA) led the Tigers offensively going 2-3 with a double and 1 run scored. 

Pitching for the Hurricanes was Brett Moore (2016, Woodside HS, VA) who went 6 innings giving up 5 hits , and 1 earned run while striking out 6. Moore lived around 73-77mph with his FB. 

Seth Woodard (2015, Woodside HS, VA) went 1-3 with a double . 

Twehouse dominates as Gamers advance

7/17/2014

The St. Louis Gamers 17u Blue defeated MPi 17u 12-1 to advance past the 1st round of the playoffs.  Logan Twehouse (2015, Rock Bridge HS, MO) started and won the game for the Gamers going 5 strong innings allowing just 1 run on 3 hit, while striking out 3.  While on the mound, Twehouse used a 76-79/82 mph fastball and effectively mixing in a 69-72/73 mph curveball.  He also had a strong day at the plate going 3-3 with 2 runs scored and 1 RBI.  

Also having a strong day was Cody Birdsong (2015, Neelyville HS, MO) who went 3-4 with 2 doubles, 1 run scored and 1 RBI.  Missouri commit, Ryan Mantle (2015, Linn HS, MO), added in a 2-3 day with 1 run scored, 3 RBI, 1 stolen base and 1 walk.  CJ Schaeffer (2015, Timberland HS, MO), a Western Illinois commit, also showed well going 3-4 with 1 double, 1 run scored and 2 RBI.  Leadoff man, Alex Barton (2015, Helias HS, MO), continued the big offensive day by going 1-1 with 2 runs scored, 2 RBI and 2 walks.   

For MPi, David Lanster (2015, Ransom Everglades HS, FL) and Kevin Barbato (2015, Miami Palmetto Senior HS, FL) each went 1-2 with 1 double a piece.  

Palm Beach Select Advance

7/17/2014

Palm Beach Select beats Indiana Prospects 5-4. Leading the way for Palm Beach was Jacob Koos (2015, Wellington HS, FL ). Koos went 2-4 with 2 singles , led the team with 2 runs scored and had 1 RBI. Cody Wilson ( 2015, Jupiter HS, FL) was 2-3 with 2 singles with 1 run scored. 

Getting the start for Palm Beach was Chad Tworek (2015, Santaluces Community HS,FL). Tworek went 7 2/3 innings giving up 3 earned runs, while striking out 7. Tworek kept his FB between 80-84 mph. 


Tristin English, Georgia Tech Commit, (2015, Pike County HS, GA) went 1-4 with a home run and 2 RBI. 

Quentin Miller (2015, Pendleton Heights HS, IN) pitched 7 innings giving up 3 earned runs and striking out 4. Miller lived 83-86 mph with his FB. 

Foreman carries Astros over Elite Squad

7/17/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16u defeated the Elite Squad 17u Slugger 10-1 to move past the first round of the playoffs.  Malique Foreman (2016, Mays HS, GA) dominated the game offensively using a power to all fields approach and impact speed as he went 2-3 with 1 triple, 2 runs scored, 3 RBI and 1 stolen base.  Vanderbilt commit, Reggie Pruitt (2015, Kennesaw Mountain HS, GA), also shined going 1-2 with 1 triple, 1 run scored and 2 RBI.  Georgia commit, Jordan Holloman Scott (2015, Eagle's Landing Christian Academy HS, GA), continued the strong day at the plate for the Astros as he went 1-1 with 1 triple, 2 runs scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk.  

Zach Goodman (2015, Kennesaw Mountain HS, GA) started and won the game for the Astros as he tossed 5 innings allowing just 1 run on 3 hits and 1 walk, while recording 5 strikeouts.  Goodman showed a good follow through on the mound and got good riding life on his 86-89 mph fastball.  

For the Elite Squad, Josten Heron (2015, Miami Southridge HS, FL) went 1-2 with 1 double and 1 run scored.  

Marlins walk-off to second round

7/17/2014

The Marlins Scout Team defeated the Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes 5-4 to advance out of the first round of the playoffs thanks to a walk off RBI single from Pittsburgh commit, Yasin Chentouf (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL). J'Mar Smith (2015, Meridian HS, MS) and Duncan McKinnon (2015, Redondo Union HS, CA) each had strong days at the plate picking up 2 RBI a piece.   

Marlins' starter, and Grand Canyon commit, Justin Revels (2015, Mountain Ridge HS, AZ), tossed 6 innings allowing 4 runs, 3 earned, on 7 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 3.  While on the mound, Revels mixed a 82-86 mph fastball with a 72-75 mph curveball.  Xavier Taylor (2015, Lee HS, AL) earned the win tossing a perfect top of the 7th using a 83-86 mph fastball.  

For the Big League Baseball Academy, Ke'Bryan Hayes (2015, Concordia Lutheran HS, TX), a Tennessee commit, went 2-2 with 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk.  George Swift (2015, Magnolia HS, TX) also showed well going 1-1 with 2 runs scored and 2 walks.  

SWFL jumps to early lead of MLI for win

7/17/2014

SWFL 17U Navy defeated the MLI Phantoms by a final score of 11-2 on Thursday. This win moved SWFL's record to (2-4) for the tournament.

Anthony Tejada (2015, Bishop Veret, FL) led the way on offense for SWFL. He finished the game 3 for 4 with a double and 3 RBI's. Also with 3 hits was Kenny Buzenius (2015, South Fort Myers, FL) who finished the game 3 for 4 with a double and 3 runs scored. Michael Iantosca (2015, South Fort Myers, FL) also did a great job at driving runs as he had 3 RBI's with a 1 for 3 day at the plate that included a double.

Skylar Wiens (2015, Fort Myers, FL) performed well on the mound and at the plate for SWFL. At the plate he finished 1 for 3 with an RBI and a double. On the mound he earned the win after pitching 4 solid innings. He allowed no hits, and 1 walk, while striking out 6.

Tim Kennedy (2014, Ridge, NY) and Brian Ricker (2015, Rocky Point, NY) drove in a run each for MLI for their 2 runs of the day.

Scorpions South Upperclass Advance

7/17/2014

Scorpions South Upperclass defeats Big League Baseball Academy 4-2. Matthew Mika, a UCF commit, (2015, Park Vista Community HS, FL).  Mika went 2-3 on the day, with a triple, 2 runs scored, and 1 SB. 

Getting the win for the Scorpions was Robbie Hoyt (2015, Cardinal Newman HS, FL). Hoyt went 5 innings giving up just 2 hits no runs, while striking out 4. Hoyt lived around 79-84 mph with his FB. 

Taking the tough loss for Big League Academy was Austin Kelly (2015, Tomball Memorial HS, TX). Kelly went 4 innings striking out 6, and gave up 4 runs with only 1 earned . Kelly kept his FB between 82-85 mph. 

Max Burns (2016,  Tomball Memorial HS, TX) went 1-2 with a double and a walk. 

Ammo advances

7/17/2014

This game was not played, Team Louisiana Ammo advanced thanks to a forfeit win.   

Whyte key in Blue Rays win

7/17/2014

The GBSA Blue Rays defeated the Scorpions 2015 Prime 3-2 to advance out of the first round of the playoffs.  Tekwaan Whyte (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) threw a very strong 7 innings as he earned the win allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and 5 walks, while striking out 10.  Whyte got big velocity on his fastball, throwing it between 88-91/92 mph and mixing in a 73-81/83 mph curveball and a 78-86 mph changeup.  Whyte also had a strong day at the plate going 2-2 with 1 triple, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk.  

Dexter "DJ" Neal (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) also showed well offensively as he went 1-3 with 1 RBI and Ronald McGhee (2015, Columbia HS, GA) went 1-2 with 1 triple.  

For the Scorpions, Jonah Garrison (2015, Edgewater HS, FL) went 1-2 with 1 run scored, 2 stolen bases and 1 walk.  Leadoff man, Cody Brickhouse (2015, Sarasota HS, FL), added in a 1-3 with 1 RBI and 1 walk day at the plate.  

Curry K's 10 in Astros' win

7/17/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16u defeated Boca Thunder Baseball 3-0 to advance out of the second round of the playoffs.  Astros' starter, Xzavion Curry (2016, Mays HS, GA), threw a masterful game allowing just 3 hits in his 7 shutout innings, while recording 10 strikeouts.  Curry showed a solid arm action on the mound as he attacked hitters and changed speeds with an explosive 83-86/88 mph fastball and flashing a good 11/5 69-71 mph curveball, which showed good depth.  

Leadoff man, and Vanderbilt commit, Reggie Pruitt (2015, Kennesaw Mountain HS, GA), stayed inside the ball well and showed good bat speed to go 1-1 with 1 RBI, 1 walk and 1 stolen base.  Kyle Wilkie (2016, Creekview HS, GA) added in a 1-2 day with 1 double and Conor Davis (2015, Blessed Trinity Catholic HS, GA) used a patient approach and a hitting to all fields approach as he went 1-2 with 1 double and 1 RBI.  

For the Boca Thunder,  Mitchell Carroll (2015, Highlands Christian Academy HS) took the tough-luck-loss going 6 innings allowing 3 runs, 1 earned, on 5 hits and 2 walks, while striking out 3.  Carroll worked fast and changed speeds using a 84-87/89 mph fastball that had armside run as well as a sinking 75-78 mph changeup.  


Long Island Tigers Advance

7/17/2014

Long Island Tigers 17u defeat Jacksonville Warriors 6-5.Getting the start on the mound for the Tigers was Kevin Rodriguez (2015, Syosset Senior HS, NY). Rodriguez went 6 strong innings, and got the win for his team.Rodriguez lived between 73-78 mph with his FB.  Rodriguez also went 2-2 on the day with a double and 1 run scored.  

Austin Ruiz (2015, High School Of Telecommunications, NY) led the team with 2 RBI , had 1 run scored, while going 1-2. 

Michael Syrakis (2015, Mandarin HS, FL)  led the way for the Warriors with the bat. Syrakis went 2-3 with a triple and 1 RBI. John Cassala (2015, Bartram Trail HS, FL) went 3-3 and had a double with 1 RBI. 

Kyle Morton ( 2015, Fleming Island HS, FL) started the game for the Warriors, going 5 innings and striking out 5. Morton stayed from 78-84 mph with his FB. 

Arzaga tosses gem in Marlins' win

7/17/2014

The Marlins Scout Team defeated the Easton Rockets 3-0 to advance out of the second round of the playoffs.  The Marlins received a dominating start from Oscar Arzaga (2017, Undecided, MEX) who tossed 7 shutout innings allowing just 5 hits, while recording 3 strikeouts.  While on the mound, Arzaga featured a 85-88/90 mph fastball and effectively mixed in a 75-78 mph curveball.  

Offensively, Murry lead the way for the Marlins going 2-2 with 1 run scored and 1 RBI.  Leadoff man, and Pittsburgh commit, Yasin Chentouf (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL), scored 1 run, stole 2 bases and worked 1 walk.  

For the Rockets, Jacksonville commit, Dakota Julylia (2015, Summit Christian HS, FL), went 2-3 with a pair of singles.  

Kragel helps Burn over Ammo

7/17/2014

The Florida Burn Pennant defeated Team Louisiana Ammo 6-3 to advance out of the second round of the playoffs.  The Burn received a strong start from Virginia Tech commit, Cole Kragel (2015, Venice Senior HS, FL), who tossed 5 shutout innings earning the win allowing only 3 hits and 1 walk, while striking out 5.  Kragel threw mainly fastballs which sat between 80-82 mph and peaked at 84 mph.  

Florida commit, Deacon Liput (2015, Oviedo HS, FL), lead the way offensively for the Burn going 2-3 with 1 double, 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk.  Jake Smith (2015. Widnermere Prep HS, FL), a Florida Gulf Coast commit, also showed well by going 2-4 with 1 double and 2 runs scored.  Navy commit, JP Colton (2015, Winter Park HS, FL), continued the strong day at the plate by going 2-3 with 1 run scored, 2 RBI and 1 walk.  

For the Ammo, Dillan Gilbert (2015, Notre Dame HS, LA) went 1-2 with 1 walk and Jake Slaughter (2016, Ouachita Christian HS, LA) went 1-3 with 1 triple and 1 run scored.  

Hawks holds Rawlings in check

7/17/2014

The Scorpions South Underclass defeated the Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 team by a final score of 8-2 on Thursday. This win improved the Scorpions record to (5-1) for the tournament thus far.

Tyler Hawks (2015, River Ridge, FL) led the way for the Scorpions on the mound. He pitched 7 strong innings in a complete game win. Hawks gave up 6 hits, 2 unearned runs, and 1 walk, while striking out 4. His fastball sat 80-82 and topped out at 86. Chase Coppersmith (2015, William T. Dwyer, FL) was the team leader with his bat. He went 3 for 3 in this game with a double, a triple, and 3 RBI's. Joe Genord (2015, Park Vista Community, FL) also went 3 for 3 in this game with 2 doubles. Casey Santos-Ocampo (2015, Barron Collier, FL) was 2nd on the team in RBI's as he finished the day 1 for 2 with 2 RBI's. Gage Schrantz (2015, Cardinal Mooney, FL) and Matthew Mika (2015, Park Vista Community, FL) also drove in runs for the Scorpions.

Rawlings was led on offense by Justin Kunz (2015, Heritage, NC). Kunz went 2 for 3 in the game with an RBI. Josh Kiehle (2015, Orange, NC) also went 2 for 3 in this game. On the mound Alex Royalty (2015, Millbrook, NC) sat 81-82 with his fastball and topped out at 86. He was relieved by Patrick Morton (2015, Panther Creek, NC) who also topped out at 86 and sat 82-83 with his fastball.

Gamers advance past Blue Rays

7/17/2014

The St. Louis Gamers 17u Blue defeated the GBSA Blue Rays 14-8 to advance past the second round of the playoffs.  Cody Birdsong (2015, Neelyville HS, MO) lead the way for the Gamers offense going 2-4 with 2 doubles, 1 run scored and 3 RBI.  Leadoff man, Alex Barton (2015, Helias HS, MO), added in a 2-2 day at the plate which saw him score 2 runs, collect 1 RBI, 1 stolen base and walk 2 times.  

Jake Garella (2016, Edwardsville HS, IL) kept the strong offensive day going for the Gamers by posting a 3-3 with 1 RBI and 1 walk day at the plate.  Storme Cooper (2015, Timberland HS, MO) also showed well as he went 1-4 with 1 triple, 2 runs scored.  Missouri commit, Ian Nelson (2015, Timberland HS, MO) added in a 1-4 day with 1 double, 1 run scored and 2 RBI day.  

The winning pitcher for the Gamers was starter, Logan Twehouse (2015, Rock Bridge HS, MO) who tossed 4 innings allowing 1 earned run on 5 hits, while striking out 2.  Twehouse threw a 72-81 mph fastball while on the mound.  He also had a strong day at the plate going 1-4 with 1 triple and 2 runs scored.  

For the Blue Rays, Keishaun Clark (2015, Columbia HS, GA) went 3-3 with 1 double, 2 runs scored and 2 RBI.  Ronad McGhee (2015, Columbia HS, GA) picked up 1 double, 1 run scored and 1 RBI at the plate.  Tekwaan Whyte (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) added in a 2-3 with 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 walk performance.  

South Florida Breakers earn 3rd win

7/17/2014

The South Florida Breakers 17U defeated the South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase team by a final score of 6-0 on Thursday. This win was the Breakers 3rd of the tournament and improved their record to (3-3-1).

Chase Reyes (2015, American Heritage, FL) was one of a few players to lead the Breakers on offense. Reyes finished the game 2 for 3 with a home run and an RBI. His teammate Joey Hennessey (2016, Monarch, FL) played well at the plate and on the mound. At the plate Hennessey finished the game 3 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's. On the mound he threw 1 inning in which he allowed 1 hit and struck out 1 batter. His fastball sat 83-84 and topped out at 86. Damien Alba (2015, Monsignor Edward Place, FL) and Bryce Keller (2015, Pompano Beach, FL) also drove in runs for the Breakers.

Phillip Kniskern (2015, Pompano Beach, FL) was the winning pitcher for South Florida. He pitched 4 innings in which he allowed 4 hits and struck out 1 batter. Frankie Corridora (2015, Westminster Academy, FL) and Kelleher each threw 1 inning of relief and gave up no runs.

Erik Arenberg (2015, Middle Township, NJ) played well for Jersey as he went 1 for 2 at the plate and pitched a scoreless inning on the mound with 1 strikeout.

Batting 1.000 Seminoles Win Via Forfeit

7/17/2014

Batting 1.000 Seminoles and Georgia Jackets 17U were tied 2-2 in the top of the 5th inning when the game was ended in a forfeit. In a back-and-forth affair, the Jackets took an early 1-0 lead in the 1st, followed by 2 runs for the Seminoles in the 2nd before the Semoinoles tied it back up in the 3rd. 

Batting 1.00 pounded 9 hits in the shortened game led by 3 players who finished the with 2 hits. Richard Mattone (2015, Garden City HS, NY), Peter Tagios (2015, St Francis Prep, NY), and Marino Sorbara (2015, Valley Stream South HS, NY) all finished the day 2-2 at the plate. Sorbara, the lead-off man, recorded a double and a run scored in the process. Mike Delio (2015, Carle Place Middle Senior, NY) also produced at the plate with a 2-run double to give the offense their runs.

Dawson Pfost (2017, Sequoyah HS, GA), sparked the offense at the top of the order on the losing end, the only player recording multiple hits for the Jackets. Pfost finished 2-2 with an RBI and a run scored on the afternoon. 

The game was ended in a forfeit, as the Seminoles were given the victory. 

Big Bats For Scorpions Jville

7/17/2014

The Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass seized the San Diego Scorpions by a score of 7-3.  The Jacksonville Scorpion offense was relentless, as they recorded 13 hits in the ballgame.  Joseph Peery (2015, Orange Park, FL), Josh Broughton (2015, Callahan, FL), Brooks Wilson (2015, Jacksonville, FL), and Rhys Pollock (2015, Ponte Verde, FL) all had two hits in the victory.  Hunter Jones (2015, Jacksonville, FL) finished with a triple.  

Robby McMahon (2015, Jacksonville, FL) tossed 3.0 innings and picked up the win.  McMahon allowed just one earned run, two hits, and struck out three. 

Conrado Diaz-Jimenez (2016, San Diego, CA) went 2-3 for the San Diego Scorpions.  

Selman and Nelson Homer in Sun Devil Victory

7/17/2014

The Texas Sun Devils beat the Florida Suns Baseball 10-1 in six innings. 

In the bottom half of the 1st, Shane Selman (2015, Lake Charles, LA) smashed a two run homer that cleared the left field fence.  Selman also recorded a RBI single in the bottom of the 3rd. Austin Nelson (2015, Sulphur, LA) also had a home run to left field for the Sun Devils.  Nelson's home run ended the game in the bottom of the 6th.

Jake Smith (2015, Sulphur, LA) tossed 4.2 innings for the victors.  Smith allowed no earned runs, three walks, and struck out four.  His fastball maxed out at 81 mph.  

Brandon Jenkins (2015, Davie, FL) went 2-2 for the Florida Suns.  

Legends Get 2nd Win

7/17/2014

The Legends 17U Prospect Team handled the Jersey Seminoles by a score of 8-1.  Brody Santilli (2015, Lincoln, Rhode Island) was the winning pitcher in the contest.  Santilli went 4.0 innings and allowed no earned runs and recorded three strikeouts.  

The Legends 17U offense finished the ballgame with 12 hits.  Liam O'Sullivan (2016, North Hampton, NH) and Nick Latham (2015, Salem, MA) both had two hits and two RBIs.  Ryan Spagnoli (2015, Burlington, MA) went 2-3 with two singles and one RBI and Dan Trulli (2015, Melrose, MA) finished with a double and two RBIs.  

Alexander Sica (2015, Franklin Lakes, NJ) went 1-3 with one RBI for the Seminoles.  

Next Level 17U Victorious

7/17/2014

Next Level 17U defeated the Palm Beach Select by a score of 4-3.  

Ryan Day (2015, Tallahassee, FL) threw 7.0 innings for Next Level.  Day allowed just two hits, one earned run, and recorded eight punch-outs.  Day had his fastball sitting at 77-78 mph and touched 81 mph.  His curveball maxed out at 73 mph. 

Shawn Blue (2015, Tallahassee, FL), Parker Stephens (2015, Live Oak, FL), Willis Carter (2015, Lake City, FL), Brandon Geiger (2015, Crawfordville, FL), and Jake Webb (2015, Tallahassee, FL) all had hits in the contest.  

Jacob Koos (2015, Wellington, FL) and Jarret O'Leary (2015, Port St. Lucie, FL) both had triples for Palm Beach Select.  

Mountain Expos vs Bronx Bombers

7/17/2014

The Mountain Expos edged the Bronx Bombers by a score of 4-3.  John Bennett (2015, Forest City, NC) went 1-3 with two RBIs for the Expos.  In the bottom of the 1st, Bennett hit a double to center field that scored Justin Sparks (2015, Hendersonville, NC) and Dustie Fender (2015, Mills River, NC).  Chris Clary (2015, Gaffney, SC) also had a RBI for the Expos. 

Joseph Reyes (2016, Bronx, NY) went 1-2 with two RBIs for the Bombers.  Reyes now has seven hits on the tournament. 

Rockets Blast Florida Pokers

7/17/2014

The Easton Rockets defeated the Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina by a score of 8-0.  Matt Ellmyer (2016, Jupiter, FL) threw all 5.0 innings for the Rockets.  Ellmyer allowed just one hit, two walks, and recorded one strikeout.  His fastball sat at 81-83 mph and maxed out at 85 mph.  Derek Schwimmer (2016, Port St. Lucie, FL), Tyler Frank (2015, Loxahatchee, FL), and Baylen Sparks (2015, Palm Beach Gardens, FL) all had two hits for the Rockets.   

Dakota Julylia (2015, West Palm Beach, FL) and Colin Smith (2015, Palm Beach, FL) both finished with two RBIs for the Rockets.  

Garrett Hioitt (2015, Coconut Creek, FL) had the lone hit for the Pokers.  

Tigers Get the Best of CageRate Baseball

7/17/2014

The Long Island Tigers 17U handled CageRat Baseball by a score of 16-2.  Joshua Cruz (2017, Pennsburg, PA) was the winning pitcher for the Tigers.  Cruz went 4.0 innings and allowed just one walk and struck out two.  

The Tiger offense finished with 15 total hits in the contest.  Cameron Hayes (2015, Hicksville, NY) went 3-3 with a double and three RBIs and Austin Ruiz (2015, Brooklyn, NY) went 3-3 with a triple and two RBIs.  Derek Spillane (2015, Syosset, NY), Kevin Rodriguez (2014, New York, NY), and Michael Manzoine (2015, Glen Clove, NY) all finished with two hits.  

Antony Winfrey (2017, Indianapolis, IN) went 1-2 with two RBIs for CageRat.  

Scorpions South Underclass Roll to 11-1 Win

7/17/2014

Scorpions South Underclass scored six runs in the top of the first inning, and never looked back in an 11-1 victory over SWFL 17U Navy on Thursday.

Tyler Dietrich (2015, Barron Collier HS, FL) led the run production for the Scorpions with three runs batted in, two hits, and a run scored. South Florida commit Joe Genord (2015, Park Vista Community HS, FL) also added two runs batted in and two runs scored, while Matt Hodges (2015, Tampa Prep School, FL) also scored a pair of runs. UCF recruit Matthew Mika (2015, Park Vista Community HS, FL) drilled three of the 14 Scorpion hits, including a double.

Logan Hollyman (2015, Palm Beach Gardens HS, FL) earned the win over four innings on the mound, and struck out five hitters. His fastball topped out at 79 mph.

The lone SWFL run was scored by Kenny Buzenius (2015, South Fort Myers HS, FL). Richie Nizza (2015, Bishop Verot HS, FL) added a double and a stolen base in the losing effort.

Jacksonville Warriors Score 15 Runs, Win Easily

7/17/2014

Jacksonville Warriors scored 14 runs in the final two innings, and easily claimed a 15-3 victory over Long Island Whalers at South Fort Myers High School on Thursday.

North Florida commit Dalton Board (2015, Bishop Kenny HS, FL) led the run production for the Warriors with three runs batted in, three runs scored, and two hits. John Cassala (2015, Bartram Trail HS, FL), Michael Syrakis (2015, Mandarin HS, FL), Bryson Tuttle (2015, Fleming Island HS, FL), and Kyle Jenkins (2015, Mandarin HS, FL) each added two runs batted in. Jacksonville recruit Mike Cassala (2015, Bartram Trail HS, FL) and Blake Marabell (2015, Bartram Trail HS, FL) supplied a pair of hits apiece in the victory.

Troy Hollinger (2015, Bishop Kenny HS, FL) tossed three innings for the Warriors, allowing three unearned runs with one strikeout. His fastball topped out at 78 mph.

Fordham commit Reiss Knehr (2015, St. Dominic HS, NY) drove in two runs, drilling a home run for the Whalers. Fairfield recruit Brendan Harkin (2015, St. Dominic HS, NY) added two hits and a run scored, while Ryan Gonzalez (2015, St. Dominic HS, NY) clubbed a double.

Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 Rally for 4-3 Win

7/17/2014

Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, the game’s final runs, to claim a 4-3 victory over MLI Phantoms on Thursday.

Josh Kiehle (2015, Orange HS, NC), Dylan Reget (2015, Heritage Hall HS, NC), and Howard Smith (2015, South View HS, NC) each drove in one run, while Kiehle and Justin Kunz (2015, Heritage HS, NC) led the team with a pair of hits apiece. Kiehle, Kunz, Houston Hamilton (2015, Triton HS, NC), and Robbie Moore (2015, Jacksonville HS, NC) scored one run each for Rawlings.

Phillip Simpson (2015, Holly Springs HS, NC) tossed the game’s final inning, and earned the win for Rawlings. He struck out two hitters, and did not allow a hit or a run. His fastball topped out at 84 mph.

The three Phantoms runs were driven in by Chris Nugent (2015, Mount Sinai HS, NY), PJ Weeks (2015, Bayport-Blue Point HS, NY), and Michael Amandola (2015, North Babylon HS, NY). Ernie Geraci (2015, Westhampton Beach HS, NY) added three hits, all singles, in the losing effort.

Morris County Cubs Shutout Team DeMarini

7/17/2014

The Morris County Cubs were able to shutout Team DeMarini 17u- Illinois 7-0 in seven innings. Alex Busby (2015, Roxbury, NJ) pitched a great game going all seven innings allowing no runs on five hits while striking out five. He was able to keep the DeMarini batters off balanced all game long. Chris Somerville (2015, Mt. Olive, NJ) led the Cubs offense by going 1-2 with four RBI. 

Jack Kurtenbach (2015, St. Ignatius College Prep, IL) picked up the loss, but he was able to go three strong giving up only two earned runs. His fastball tipped out at 88 mph. Mike Neill (2015, Fenwick, IL) was a bright spot in the Cubs lineup, as he went a perfect 3-3 with two doubles.

6th inning rally helps Hurricanes over Panthers

7/16/2014

The Hampton Roads Hurricanes defeated the West Boca Panthers 11-8 thanks to a 3 run top of the 6th inning that broke the tie.  Caleb Ward (2015, Phoebus HS, VA) helped power the Hurricanes' offense by going 2-3 with a home run, 2 runs scored, 3 RBI and 1 walk.  Seth Collins (2017, Menchville HS, VA) and Mason Adamson (2016, Woodside HS, VA) each added in a 1-3 with 2 RBI day.  Jordan Sprouse (2015, Grafton HS, VA) continued the hot hitting by going 2-3 with 1 RBI and 1 walk. 

Seth Woodard (2015, Woodside HS, VA) earned the win out of the bullpen tossing 2 perfect innings, while recording 1 strikeout.  Woodard threw almost all fastballs in his 2 innings of work, throwing it between 76-78 mph.  Woodard also had a strong day offensively, going 3-5 with 1 double and 2 runs scored day at the plate.

For the Panthers, Mack Nathanson (2014, North Broward Prep HS, FL) had a big day going 1-1 with 1 double, 2 runs scored, 3 RBI and working 2 walks.  Handy Rodriguez (2015, John A. Ferguson HS, FL) also performed well going 1-2 with 1 double and 3 RBI. 

PBC PAL Jumps to Win

7/16/2014

PBC PAL 17U jumped out to an early lead, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first and leaned on strong pitching the rest of the way to take the win 4-2 over Team Mizuno Northeast Pride. Both offenses struggled to get the bat on the ball with only three hits apiece, but James Buckley (2015, Coral Springs Christian Academy, FL) turned his one hit in for a key triple in the bottom of the first to jump-start the PBC offense. 

Ricky Miranda (2015, Coral Springs Christian Academy, FL) picked up the win for PBC for his three innings on the mound to start out the game. Miranda allowed no hits but two runs, one earned, while walking four and striking out two with a fastball averaging 83 mph and topping out at 89 mph. 

Sun Devils Cruise to Victory

7/16/2014

The Texas Sun Devils used a huge six-run second inning to take back the lead after one run in the bottom of the first from Team DeMarini 17U- Illinois and cruise to a 9-1 win in five innings. The Sun Devils offense knocked in 11 hits from eight different players with Ethan Valdez (2015, William J. Brennan HS, TX) leading the way. Valdez finished 2-4 at the plate with a game-high three RBIs, three stolen bases, a run scored and a strikeout. 

Aldan Anderson (2015, West Orange-Stark HS, TX) picked up the win for the Sun Devils for his three and two thirds innings on the mound to close out the game. Anderson, a High Follow, allowed one hit and no runs while walking one and striking out three with a fastball averaging 80 mph and topping out at 84 mph. 

Scorpions Fend off Team Lights Out

7/16/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple were able to fend off Team Lights Out 6-3, thanks to a late fifth inning rally. Landon Seymour (2015, North Florida Christian, FL) led the Scorpions offensive charge by going 2-3 with a double and two runs scored. Alex Skinner (2015, West Orange, FL) was also productive as he went 1-2 with a triple and a run scored. 

UCF commit Stephen Wells (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) came in for the save going three strong innings allowing no runs on three hits while also striking out two batters. His fastball sat 83-87 mph throughout his three innings of work.

Max Kinney (2015, Johnson, TX) was a spark plug in the Team Lights Out lineup. He went 2-3 with a double and an RBI.

East Cobb Astros Win Thanks to a Three Run 2nd

7/16/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16u battle past Team Tampa Bay 3-2 in five innings. The Astros were able to pull out the victory thanks to a three run second inning. The Astros offense was led by Kyle Wilkie (2016, Creekview, GA) ho went a perfect 2-2 with an RBI. Nate Dupree (2015, Lassiter, GA) picked up the win on the mound for the Astros. He went four innings allowing one earned run on three hits.  Dupree's fastball maxed out at 85 mph on the day. 

Michael Ferrandiz (2014, Lakewood, FL) was a bright spot in the Team Tampa Bay line up by going 2-2 with a double, a run scored, and an RBI.

Tiger Leibrand Leads Marshals to Win

7/16/2014

The McKinney Marshals 17 Hadeler got a standout game and a shutout from hurler Tiger Leibrand (2015, Herriman HS, UT) as they take the win 5-0 over the South Oakland A's. Leibrand anchored the defense from the mound and threw a full game of seven innings and 105 pitches while allowing two hits and no runs with four walks and ten strikeouts with a fastball averaging 78 mph and topping out at 83 mph. 

The Marshals needed offense to complement the standout defense and complete the win as they knocked in seven hits from five different player with Matt Wood (2015, Rockwall-Heath HS, TX) leading the way. Wood had a perfect 2-2 game at the plate with an RBI, a run scored, a stolen base and was hit by a pitch. 

Team Lights Out Falls Short

7/16/2014

The Ronkonkoma Cardinals survived a late-run from Team Lights Out and took the win 5-4 after six innings. The Cardinals jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first, but Lights Out responded with three in the bottom of the second to take the lead before the Cardinals added in three of their own in the fifth to put the game out of reach despite one run in what would be the final inning.

The Cardinal's logged nine hits from eight different players with Joseph Riso (2015, Miller Place HS, NY) leading the way on offense with a perfect 2-2 game at the plate with a run scored. The Lights Out offense was sparked by Derek Stallworth (2015, Macarthur HS, TX) who logged half of his team's four hits to finish 2-3 with an RBI, a run scored and two doubles. 

David Nodeland (2015, Comsewogue HS, NY) picked up the win for the Cardinals for his full game on the mound. Nodeland threw 83 pitches and allowed four hits and four runs, three earned, while walking three and striking out five with a fastball averaging 82 mph and topping out at 86 mph.

Sluggers Blank Ronin Bat Co 9-0

7/16/2014

The Elite Squad 17U Slugger pitched a shutout and picked up the 9-0 win over the Ronin Bat Co. 17U Black in five innings of play. The Slugger's offense knocked in eight hits from six different players and was led by Daniel Rodriguez Velez (2015, Pembroke Pines Charter HS, FL) and Griffie Connie (2015, Pine Crest HS, FL). Velez finished 2-3 at the plate with two RBIs, a run scored and a double with Connie having a perfect 2-2 game at the plate with two RBIs, two runs scored, a walk and a home run. 

Michael Schappell (2015, West Broward HS, FL) picked up the win for the Sluggers for his four innings on the mound to start out the game, throwing 53 pitches and allowing one hit and no runs or walks while striking out six and logging a strike on 76 percent of his pitches. Schappell showed good command all around the plate with his pitches, sound mechanics and mound presence on a  three-pitch rotation featuring a fastball averaging 83 mph and topping out at 86 mph.

GBSA Blue Rays wins easy.

7/16/2014

Armond Upshaw (Northgate, Newnan, GA 2014) hits and pitches the GBSA Blue Rays to 5-1 victory. Upshaw led the offense today with his hitting performance at the plate. He went 1-3 for the game and scored one run with a single in the first inning.

Upshaw also help shutdown the other team with his pitching on the bump. The other team only managed just one hit off of the pitcher. He allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out three during his three innings of work. Upshaw fastball range for the game was 82-88 mph.

East Cobb Tigers wins.

7/16/2014

Kevin Coulter's pitching leads the East Cobb Tigers past Banditos Houston 5-0. Tristan Mooney (Etowah, Woodstock, GA 2015) lead the offense today with his hitting. He went 1-3, drove in one and scored one run. He homered in the fourth inning.

Christian Tripp (Klein, Spring, TX 2015, New Mexico) was charged with the loss. He lasted just five innings, walked three, struck out three, and allowed three runs. Tripp fastball range for the game was 82-86 mph. His curveball action was 70-76 mph with a change up coming at you at 74-76 mph.

Terror Baseball wins big and quick.

7/16/2014

Terror Baseball wins big and quick over Boston Scorpions Baseball Club. Jeff Mejia (North Reading, North Reading, MA 2017) was the hot hitter for Boston Scorpions Baseball Club. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run. Trey Hatcher (Salmen, Slidwell, LA 2015) was the hot hitter for the game for Terror Baseball. He went 2-2 for the game with scoring two runs and had two RBIs.

Nolan Webb (St. Johns Preparatory, Rockport, MA 2016) was the ace pitcher for Boston Scorpions Baseball Club. He tossed two innings worth while giving up three hits and five runs. Cole Holley (East Ascension, Gonzales, LA 2015) was the other ace pitcher for Terror Baseball. He tossed three innings worth while giving up six hits, two runs, and striking out five.

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black wins.

7/16/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black defeats Long Island Whalers 9-4. Alec Thompson (West Orange, Windermore, FL 2015) went 3-3 at the plate with a double in the fourth inning and singled in the second and fifth innings. Bradley Stewart (Portledge, Elmont, NY 2015) was the other hot hitter for Long Island Whalers. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run.

James Hartley (Lake Brantley, Apopka, FL 2015) shut down Long Island Whalers while he was on the bump. He held Long Island Whalers hitless over 1 1/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three. Hartley fastball range for the game was 79-80 mph.

Jacksonville Warriors 17U White wins.

7/16/2014

Fifth-inning rally sparks blowout win for Jacksonville Warriors 17U White, 8-0. Bryson Tuttle (Fleming Island, Fleming Island, FL 2015) got on base three times in the game for Jacksonville Warriors 17U White. Kyle Jenkins was the other hot hitter for the game. He went 2-3 for the game with and had two RBIs.

Cole Shaver (Mandarin, Jacksonville, FL 2015) kept Lobos Baseball off the scoreboard for all five innings he was on the mound. He pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on three hits while ringing up two. Shaver fastball range for the game was 78-82 mph.

Lobos Baseball-Swain wins close.

7/16/2014

Lobos Baseball - Swain defeats SBO Puerto Rico Red after late game, 5-4. Gerald Collazo (Coral Glades, Caguas, PR 2014) was the hott hitter for SBO Puerto Rico. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had two RBIs. Montgomery Smith (Boerne-Samuel V Champion, Fair Oaks Ranch, TX 2016) was the other hot hitter for  Lobos Baseball - Swain. He went 2-3 for the game and had one RBI.

Mason Minister (Smithson Valley, New Braunfels, TX 2016) recorded the win for Lobos Baseball - Swain. He allowed four runs over seven innings with striking out six, walked two and gave up seven hits. #45 took the loss for the team. He lasted just 1 2/3 innings, walked none, struck out one, and allowed one run.

MPi 17U wins close.

7/16/2014

MPi 17U defeats the East Cobb Astros 17U 7-4. Reynaldo Pastrana (Southwest Miami, Miami, FL 2015) went 1-2 for the game with a single in the seventh inning. Ben Carswell (North Gwinnett, Buford, GA 2015) had two extra base hits for the East Cobb Astros 17U. He homered in the third inning and doubled in the sixth inning.

Victor Quintero (Corat Gables Senior, Miami, FL 2015) struck out eight batters to help get the victory. He allowed three eared runs on five hits and two walks over six innings. Brock Love (Southside, Rainbow City, AL 2015, Alabama) was charged with getting the loss. He lasted just four innings, walked six, struck out and allowed five runs. Quintero fastaball range for the game was 80-85 mph.

Big League Baseball Cruises to Win

7/16/2014

The Big League Baseball Academy scored early and often, putting up two runs in the first inning as they cruised to a 10-2 win over Antonelli Baseball, holding Antonelli to only two hits. The Academy's offense powered its way to 12 hits from seven different players with Gavin Shukanes (2015, Tomball Memorial HS, TX) and Garrett Spencer (2015, Concordia Lutheran HS, TX) leading the way. Shukanes had a 2-3 at the plate with a game-high three RBIs, two runs scored, two walks, a stolen base and a double with Spencer adding in his own 2-3 game with two RBIs, two runs scored, two stolen bases and a walk. 

Kyle Chinn (2016, Tomball Memorial HS, TX) picked up the win for the Academy for his five innings on the mound to start out the game. Chinn allowed two hits and two runs, one earned, while walking thee and striking out four with a fastball averaging 76 mph and topping out at 82 mph. 

Sandlot Elitte ties East Cobb Bulldogs.

7/16/2014

Sandlot Elite 17U ties East Cobb Bulldogs 17U after seven innings of baseball. John Ghyzel (Westfield, Cranoke St, VA 2014) was the hot hitter for the Sandlot Elite 17U. He went 1-2 for the game. Braden Zarbinsky was the other hot hitter for East Cobb Bulldogs 17U. He went 1-3 for the game.

Khalli Lee (Flint Hill, Centreville, VA 2016) was the ace pitcher for Sandlot Elite 17U. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up three hits, walking one and striking out three. Nicholas Dye (Central, Carrollton, GA 2016) was the other ace pitcher for East Cobb Bulldogs 17U. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up two hits, walking one and striking out eight.

South Florida Breakers 17U wins big.

7/16/2014

Sixth-inning rally sparks blowout win for South Florida Breakers 17U, 10-1. David Carnicella (Homsechool, Loxahatchee, FL 2015) had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. South Florida Breakers 17U was sparked by Hunter Stept (Pompano BEach, Coral Springs, FL 2015) and Carnicella, who teamed up for three hits and two RBIs.

Alec Duffy (Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Coral Springs, FL 2015) picked up the win for South Florida Breakers 17U. He pitched six innings and allowed one earned run, six hits and no walks while striking out one. Jake Bak (Plant, Tampa, FL 2015) ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision with getting the loss. He allowed seven runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked two and struck out four.

Boca Thunder Baseball wins close.

7/16/2014

Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes coughs up lead, Boca Thunder Baseball wins 4-3. Adams Saks (Pine crest, Delray Beach, FL 2015) racked up two RBIs on one hit for Boca Thunder Baseball. Grant Guillory (St Johns, Houston, TX 2015) was the hot hitter for Big League Academy-DeMarini Hayes. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run.

Mitchell Carroll (Highlands Christian Academy, Coral Springs, FL 2015) got the win in relief for Boca Thunder Baseball. He pitched two-thirds of an inning and allowed no runs. Grant Guillory was also the pitcher for Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes. He tossed 6.2 innings worth while giving up three hits, four runs, walking three and striking out six. Carroll fastball range for the game was 87-88 mph.

Aces Baseball Club wins easy.

7/16/2014

Will Plummer's (Noblesville, Noblesville, IN 2015) pitching leads the Aces Baseball Club past the East Cobb Twins 4-0. Brad Burton (Fishers, Fishers, IN 2015) had a hot bat for the Aces Baseball Club. He went 2-3, drove in one and scored two runs. Joe Charron (Holy Innocents Epsicopal, Atlanta, GA 2015) went perfect 3-3 at the plate for East Cobb Twins. He doubled in the first inning and singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

Plumer was on his game today on the mound as he help get the victory. He struck out six and allowed four walks and four hits. Lucas Boundreau (Greater Atlanta Christian, Norcross, GA 2015) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out one, and allowed two runs.

Hampton ties Sandlot.

7/16/2014

Hampton Roads Hurricanes ties Sandlot Elite 17U after seven innings of baseball. Seth Woodward (Woodside, Newport News, VA 2015) was the hot hitter for Hampton Roads Hurricanes. He went 2-4 for the game. Khali Lee (Flint Hill, Centreville, VA 2016) was the hot hitter for Sandlot Elite 17U. He went 1-3 for the game with scoring one run.

Caleb Ward (Phoebus, Hampton, VA 2015) was the ace pitcher for Hampton Roads Hurricanes. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up three hits, one run, walking one and striking out eleven. Andrew Greco (Oakton, Oak Hill, VA 2015) was the other ace pitcher for Sandlot Elite 17U. He tossed 6.2 innings worth while giving up seven hits, one run, walking four and striking out six. Ward fastball range for the game was 83-87 mph.

McKinney Marshals 17 Hadder wins.

7/16/2014

McKinney Marshals 17 Hadder beats Langan Baseball 17U 7-2. Marshal Nichols (The Parrish Episcopal, Dallas, TX 2015) had a nice day at the dish. He went 2-2 for the game with a single in the fourth and fifth innings. Jeremy Gerringer (Marlboro, Marlboro, NJ 2015) was the hot hitter for the Langan Baseball 17U. He went 1-3 for the game with scoring one run.

Cayde Williams (Newman South, Carrollton, TX 2015) put together nice outing. Langan Baseball 17U managed just three hits off of Williams. He allowed one earned run, walked three and struck out two during his five innings of work. Daniel Schirmacher (St. John Vianney, Manalapan, NJ 2015) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just four innings, walked none, struck out three, and allowed two runs.

Team All American wins in good fashion.

7/16/2014

Fourth-inning rally sparks blowout win for Team All American, 10-2. Connor Perry (Norwin, North Huntington, PA 2015) put himself in scoring position with two extra base hits for Team All American. He tripled in the first inning and doubled in the third inning.

Robert Klinchock (Mt Lebannon Shs, Pittsburgh, PA 2015) got it done on the bump on his way to a victory. He allowed two runs over five innings with striking out five, walked three and surrendered four hits. Zeniege Muniz (Sachem North, Lake Grove, NY 2015) was charged with the loss. He allowed ten runs in 4 2/3 innings, walked four and struck out none.

Tomball Thunder wins in a close one.

7/16/2014

A wild pitch helps Tomball Thunder take down the GBSA Blue Rays 5-4. Nathan Crowe (Tomball, Tomball, TX 2014) was the player that gave Tomball Thunder the lead on a wild pitch. Josiah Breaux (Tomball, Tomball, TX 2015) reached base two times. He scored one run and had one RBI with a triple in the fifth inning.

GBSA Blue Rays had a tough time trying to get anything going with Mathew Wells (Tomball, Tomball, TX 2015) pitching. The GBSA Blue Rays managed just two hit off of Wells. He allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out during his 2 2/3 innings of work. Kevin Ray Coleman (Okeechobee, Okeechobee, FL 2015) was the game's losing pitching. He lasted just three innings, walked two, struck out two, and allowed five runs. Wells fastball range for the was 78-82 mph.

FTB Puerto Rico wins easy.

7/16/2014

FTB Puerto Rico seize victory thanks to late, drop the Brooklyn Dodgers 7-3. Luis Camacho (PR Baseball Academy, Arecibo, PR 2015) went a perfect 1-1 at the plate at the dish for FTB Puerto Rico. John ladevaia (Commack, Commack, NY 2015) was the hot hitter for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run.

Jose Espada (Jose Felipe Zayas, Coamo, PR 2015) got the win for FTB Puerto Rico. He allowed three runs over five innings with striking out eight, walked five and gave up five hits. Neil Alvarez (Earl L. Vandermuellen, Port Jefferson, NY 2015) couldn't get it done on the mound for the Brooklyn Dodgers with getting the loss. He lasted just two-thirds of an inning, walked two, struck out one and allowed no runs. Espada fastball range for the game was 83-87 mph.

Florida Suns Baseball 17U wins easy.

7/16/2014

The Morris County Cubs outdone by Antonio Gonzalez (West Broward, Pembroke Pines, FL 2015) and Florida Suns Baseball 17U, 8-4. Gonzalez went 2-3 for the game with a single in the third inning and doubled in the fourth inning. Florida Suns Baseball 17U brought home one run in third inning and that run total in the seventh.

Enrique Maury (West Broward, Pembroke Pines, FL 2015) recorded the win for Florida Suns Baseball 17U. He allowed four runs over 5 2/3 innings with striking out one, walked five and surrendered four hits. Chris Grillo (Mt Olive, Budd Lake, NJ 2015) took the loss for Morris County Cubs. He lasted three innings, walked two, struck out three and allowed three runs.

Bronx Bombers wins in a close one.

7/16/2014

Bronx Bombers seize victory thanks to late single, drop Next Level 17U 5-4. Bronx Bombers pulled out the win thanks to a strong seventh inning. Bronx Bombers went up for good on a single by Randy Taveras (Salesian, Bronx, NY 2015) and Dylan Lee (Blountstown, Tallahassee, FL 2015).

Joseph Reyes (All Hallows, Bronx, NY 2016) got the win for Bronx Bombers. He allowed four runs over seven innings with striking out two, walked three and gave up seven hits. Lee got the loss. He lasted just 2 2/3 innings, walked one, struck out two, and allowed one run. Reyes fastball range for the game was 79-84 mph.

Palm Beach Select wins in a close one.

7/16/2014

Palm Beach Select gets eight strikeouts from Erik Wiebke in 2-0 win over the Mountain Expos. Anthony Maniotis (Wellington, Wellington, FL 2015) boosted his batting average by going 2-2 for the day with a single in the second inning and doubled in the fourth inning.

Eric Wiebke (Wellington, Wellington, FL 2015, Stetson) had a great day on the rubber. He tossed six scoreless innings to help his team get the victory. Zachary Wood (Gaffney, Gaffney, SC 2015) got the lost today for his team. He lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked one, struck out one and allowed two runs. Wood fastball range for the game was 81-85 mph. Wiebke fastball range for the game was 81-85 mph.

Elite Squad 17U Slugger wins.

7/16/2014

Elite Sqaud 17U Slugger defeats Antonelli Baseball 9-4. Josten Heron (Miami Southridge, Culter Bay, FL 2015) had two extra base hits with a double in the second and sixth innings. Heron, DiAndre Amion (Miami Southridge, Culter Bay, FL 2015, Alabama State), Griffin Conine (Pine Crest, Weston, FL 2015) and David Villar (American Heritage, Pembroke Pines, FL 2015, South Florida) helped lead Elite Squad 17U Slugger. They combined for seven hits and six RBIs.

Michael Gonzalez got the win for Elite Squad 17U Slugger. He allowed one run over 3 1/3 innings with striking out three, walked two and gave up three hits. Alex Gomes (Malden Catholic, Peabody, MA 2016) was charged with the loss. He lasted just three innings, walked two, struck out one, and allowed three runs. Gonzalez fastball range for the game 79-82 mph.

Scorpions Battle Past Team All American

7/16/2014

The Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple battle past Team All American 3-2, thanks to a two run seventh inning. Antonio Vega (2015, University, FL) and West Florida commit Matthew Sullivan (2015, Dr. Phillips, FL) led the Scorpions offense on Wednesday. Vega ended the day 3-3 with three singles and a run scored. Sullivan went 2-3 with a double and a run scored.

Trey Van Der Weide (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) picked up the win on the mound for the Scorpions. He went 3 innings allowing only one hit and no earned runs. His fastball maxed out at 87 mph on the day. 

Memphis commit Nate Fichtner (2015, Pittsburgh HS Creat & Per Arts, PA) was a real bright spot in the All American lineup as he went 2-3 with a double, one triple, and one run scored. 

Scorpions Prime Blowout South Oakland A's

7/16/2014

Scorpions 2015 Prime blew out the South Oakland A's on Wednesday by a score of 14-0, in five innings. Mississippi commit Nick Fortes (2015, Deland, FL) and Florida Atlanta commit Vincenzo Catanza (2015, Orangewood Christian, FL) led the explosive Scorpions offense. Fortes went 3-4 with two doubles, four RBI, and a run scored. Catanza was 1-2 with one walk, a home run, three RBI, and two runs scored. 

Wake Forrest commit Bobby Hearn (2015, Jesuit, FL) got the win on the mound going all five innings allowing no runs on three hits, while striking out seven. His fastball maxed out at 86 mph.

Zoned RedHawks Elite Shutout Hit & Run

7/16/2014

Zoned RedHawks Elite 17u shutout Hit & Run Team 17 on their way to a 3-0 victory. Sisco Cooper (2015, Spotswood, NJ) was on the mound for the RedHawks and went all seven innings. He was able to keep the opposing batters off balance as he gave up zero runs on four hits while striking out six. 

Matthew Rubayo (2016, Montgomery, NJ) led the RedHawk offense by going 2-3 with a home run, two RBI, and a run scored. Biali Aquino (2015, War Memorial, NJ) also had a good day at the plate as he went 1-2 with one walk, a triple and a run scored. 

Scorpions Roll Past Langan Basbeall

7/16/2014

Scorpions 2015 Prime rolled past Langan Baseball 17u 13-0 in three innings. Mississippi commit Nick Fortes (2015, Deland, FL) led the massive offense of charge by the Scorpions as he went 3-3 with a home run, a triple, six RBI, and three runs scored. Evans Bonzeman (2015, Pensacola Catholic, FL) also had a huge day at the plate by going 2-2 with a home run, three RBI, and two runs scored. 

Bozeman also came in on the mound for an inning and struck out all three batters he faced. His fastball maxed out at 88 mph. Ryan Welsh (2015, West Orange, FL), however, got the win on the mound going 2 innings allowing no runs. His fastball sat 83-86 mph.

Elite Squad 17U Push Past SCORE International

7/16/2014

Elite Squad 17U TPX edged out SCORE International 17U by a score of 3-1. Elite Squad made a push in the later innings to pick up the win.

Jesse Crosno (2015, University School Of Nova Southeastern University, FL) earned the win as he threw three scoreless innings. His fastball sat 74-79 mph and topped out at 81 mph. Brian Van Belle (2015, Archbishop Edward Mccarthy, FL) surrendered a run in his four inning outing. His fastball ranged from 83-86 mph and he struck out four batters.

Chayce Hay-Eldon (2015, West Broward, FL) added the insurance run when he smacked an RBI single in the seventh. Hay-Eldon also lifted a sac fly in the fifth to tie the score up 1-1. Michael Escarra (2015, Mater Academy Charter, FL) hit a solo shot in the sixth inning.

For SCORE International, Blake Hodgens (2015, Gaither, FL) gave up just one run over his five innings on the mound. He gave up one hit, allowed two walk, and struck out seven hitters. His fastball sat 82-84 mph and peaked at 86 mph. Andrew Lindsay (2015, Steinbrenner, FL) threw two innings of two-run ball. His fastball ranged from 77-82 mph and he threw almost 66% of his pitches for strikes. Eric Blanc (2016, Armwood, FL) doubled and scored a run. Chase DeBonis (2015, Steinbrenner, FL) hit in Blanc with an RBI double in the fourth inning.

Team Louisiana Defeats Scorpions Jacksonville

7/16/2014

Team Louisiana Ammo defeats Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass 5-3. Team Louisiana's offense was powered by Dustin Mitchell (2015, West Monroe, LA) who went 2-2 with a double, an RBI, and one run scored. Kyle Griffen (2016, Sulphur, LA) was also very productive as he went 2-3 with two singles, and two RBI. 

Hayden Frost (2015, West Monroe, LA) got the win on the mound for Team Louisiana. He went 2.2 innings giving up no hit or runs while striking out three.

Josh Broughton (2015, Trinity Christian Academy, FL) provided the offense for Scorpions Jacksonville by going 2-3 with one run scored.

Jack Gardner Shines in Pride's 3-0 Victory

7/16/2014

Team Mizuno Northeast Pride took a 3-0 win over the Batting 1.000 Seminoles.  The Pride scored a run in the second, the third, and the fourth inning.

Jack Gardner (2017, Mount View, MA) singled twice and scored two runs to pace the Pride. He also gave up just one hit in his three scoreless innings. His fastball sat 76-80 mph and topped out at 82 mph. He recorded four strikeouts. Sean Winthrop (2015, Lawrence Academy, MA) topped out at 79 mph and threw three scoreless innings.

For the Seminoles, John Dehler (2015, Chaminade, NY) enjoyed a nice two-hit game. Colin Lowe (2014, Calhoun, NY) gave up three runs (two earned) through his four innings on the mound. His fastball ranged from 78-82 mph. Ryan Hensley (2015, Carey, NY) struck out three batters in his perfect two innings.

Jackets, PBC Pal End in 1-1 Tie

7/16/2014

The Georgia Jackets 17U and PBC PAL 17U ended in a 1-1 tie. The Jackets tied it up with a run in the sixth inning.

Johnathan Meuse (2015, Woodstock, GA) hit an RBI single in the sixth to tie the score up. Grant Pfost (2014, Sequoyah, GA) singled and scored a run. Brantley Flanagan (2014, Sequoyah, GA) pitched a complete game seven innings, giving up one run on six hits and four walks. His fastball ranged from 78-82 mph and he recorded three strikeouts.

For PBC PAL, Pemron Burrows (2015, Coral Springs Christian Academy, FL) singled twice and scored a run. Kevin Thomas (2015, North Broward Prep, FL) singled, doubled, and added the RBI. Florida commit Hunter Bowling (2015, American Heritage, FL) threw four scoreless innings, giving up no hits and one walk. His fastball that sat 83-87 mph and topped out at 89 mph produced six strikeouts. Zach Schneider (2015, American Heritage, FL) threw 1.2 scoreless innings with a 79-81 mph fastball. Zakary Sprankle (2016, Jupiter, FL) gave up a run in his 1.1 innings on the mound. His fastball ranged from 79-82 mph and he threw 65% of his pitches for strikes.

East Cobb Astros Blowout RedHawks 11-1

7/16/2014

East Cobb Astros 16U won in blowout fashion 11-1 over the Zoned RedHawks Elite 17U.

Vanderbilt commit Reggie Pruitt (2015, Kennesaw Mountain, GA) had a huge day, going 3 for 3 with a triple, a double, four runs scored, and three RBIs. Malique Foreman (2016, Mays, GA) singled twice, doubled, scored a run, and added two RBIs. Conor Davis (2015, Blessed Trinity Cath, GA) went 2 for 3 with a double and a run batted in. Rankin Woley (2016, The Westminster Schools, GA) singled, scored a run, and drove in two runs.

Winning pitcher and Kennesaw State commit Trevor Hillhouse (2016, Woodstock, GA) gave up just one run in his complete game five innings. He gave up two hits, allowed one walk, and struck out five hitters. His fastball sat 82-86 mph and topped out at 88 mph. He threw over 70% of his pitches for strikes.

Mike Barbato (2015, Tappan Zee, NY) hit an RBI single in the loss. Andrew Prescott (2016, Somerville, NJ) pitched 4.1 innings, faced 30 batters, and topped out at 78 mph.

Scorpions Win in the Seventh

7/16/2014

The San Diego Scorpions sneak past the Houston Banditos South 4-3 on Wednesday. The Scorpions offense was led by Adrian Rodriguez (2015, Undecided, CA) as he went 2-3 with a double and two runs scored. Javier Assad (2015, Undecided, CA) also had a busy day at the plate by going 2-3 with a double and a run scored. 

Cameron Segel (2015, Granite Hills, CA) grabbed the win on the mound for the Scorpions. He went 4.2 innings giving up only three hits and allowing one earned run. His fastball sat 79-82 mph.

Team Tampa Bay Edges Out Hit & Run

7/16/2014

Team Tampa Bay defeated Hit & Run Team 17 by a score of 3-1.

Winning pitcher Roman Oliu (2015, Armwood, FL) gave up one run on two hits and one walk in his seven inning outing. He struck out four hitters on a fastball that ranged from 76-81 mph. Anthony Pellegrino (2015, Berkeley Preparatory, FL) singled three times, scored a run, and added an RBI. Donovan Pink (2015, Lakewood, FL) went 3 for 4 with a double and a run batted in.

Devon Key (2015, Undecided, FL) pitched a solid seven innings for Hit & Run. He gave up three runs--two earned--on ten hits and no walks. His fastball topped out at 80 mph and produced three strikeouts. He threw 67% of his pitches for strikes. Key and Christian Alba (2015, Tampa Bay Tech, FL) both smacked doubles in the loss.


Indiana Prospects Win Pitching Duel

7/16/2014

Indiana Prospects 17U took a 1-0 win over the tough South Florida Prospects 17U team. Indiana scored once in the very first inning and that was all of the scoring for the rest of the game.

Winning pitcher and Georgia Tech commit Tristin English (2015, Pike County, GA) went the distance, giving up a mere two hits and two walks. He produced 10 strikeouts with a fastball that sat 87-90 mph and topped out at 92. Clay Dungan (2015, Yorktown, IN) provided the only run when he went deep in the first inning.

Joshua Koebel (2014, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, FL) gave up just one hit in his two inning outing. His fastball ranged from 81-84 mph. Tommy Taborda (2015, Calvary Christian Academy, FL) surrendered one run over his five solid innings. His fastball sat 81-83 mph and topped out at 85 mph. He had three strikeouts in the game. Blake Bottomley (2015, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, FL) smacked a double in the loss.

 

SWFL 17U Gets Solid Pitching in 4-0 Win

7/16/2014

SWFL 17U got good pitching from three different pitchers as they blanked Central CT Select 4-0.

Tyler Luneke (2015, St John Neumann, FL) gave up just one hit over his three inning outing. His fastball ranged from 79-83 mph, he struck out two batters, and he threw over 75% of his pitches for strikes. Connor Stephenson (2015, The Trinity Christian School O, FL) pitched three scoreless innings and his fastball ranged from 79-83 mph. He recorded two strikeouts. Jose Valmana (2015, Cape Coral, FL) threw a scoreless inning and struck out two batters with his 83-84 mph fastball.

Florida State commit Donovan Petrey (2015, Port Charlotte, FL) doubled, singled, and scored a run. Brandon Hernandez (2015, Royal Palm Beach, FL) singled twice and drove in a run in the win.  Jacob Silverstein (2015, Seminole, FL) singled, scored a run, and added an RBI.

Central CT Select player Brandon Rentas (2015, Mark T. Sheehan, CT) singled and walked twice as he got on base in each plate appearance. Rentas also impressed on the mound. He threw all seven innings, giving up four runs--two earned--on seven hits and three walks. His explosive fastball sat 81-86 mph and topped out at 89 mph. He had five strikeouts.

Scorpions Orlando Take Down Lobos Baseball

7/16/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black beat Lobos Baseball in a close game 6-5. In the sixth inning, six hitters crossed the plate.

Pablo Cabrera (2015, Bishop Moore, FL) doubled, scored a run, and batted in two runs for Scorpions Orlando. Quentin Davis (2015, Boone, FL) singled, scored a run, and added two RBIs. Patrick Trevisani (2015, Trinity Preparatory, FL) smacked a two-run double. Etienne Maldanado (2015, Bishop Moore, FL) doubled and scored a run.

Winning pitcher Jon Hoskinson (2015, Lake Minneola, FL) threw five innings, giving up two runs--one earned--on no hits and three walks. He struck out three batters on a fastball that topped out at 79 mph. He threw 65.5% of his pitches for strikes. Mac Comstock (2015, Edgewater, FL) threw two innings, faced 11 hitters, and his fastball ranged from 83-88 mph.

For Lobos Baseball, Nicholas Herrera (2015, South San Antonio, TX) singled and drove in two runs on the day. Joshua Anzaldua (2015, Madison, TX) gave up six runs (five earned) over his seven full innings of work. He surrendered four hits and six walks. His fastball sat 75-81 mph and peaked at 82 mph. He recorded four strikeouts. Anzaldua also ripped a single and scored a run offensively.

Marlins Scout Team Blanks Warriors 8-0

7/16/2014

The Marlins Scout Team blanked Team Bownet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U 8-0. The Marlins Scout Team scored multiple times in three different innings.

J'Mar Smith (2015, Meridian, MS) went 4 for 4 with a homer, three singles, scored two runs, and added three RBIs. UAB commit Luke Eigsti (2015, Saguaro, AZ) singled twice and scored two runs. Murry singled twice and added two RBIs.

Gabe Armstrong (2015, Sonora, CA) threw a complete game five shutout innings and earned the win. His 81-85 mph fastball produced six strikeouts. He threw about 70% of his pitches for strikes.

For the Warriors, Drew Vimond (2015, Northeast, FL) enjoyed a two-hit day. Collin Lowe (2015, Riverview, FL) gave up two runs in his 2.1 innings. He struck out three on a fastball that ranged from 80-85 mph. Bryce Benedict (2015, Carrollwood Day, FL) pitched 2.1 innings, faced 19 batters, sat 75-79 mph with the fastball, and touched 81 mph.

So Cal NTT Brings Out Lumber in 11-3 Win

7/16/2014

So Cal NTT brought out the lumber in their 11-3 victory over CFBL Mizuno 2015s. They scored in four of their six offensive innings.

So Call NTT hitter Devin Bard (2015, Spanish River Community, FL) went 2 for 3 with a run scored and drove in four runs. Michael Petrosino (2015, Peabody Veterans Memorial, MA) went 3 for 3 with a double and three runs scored. Garrett Huff (2015, Genoa Central, AR) enjoyed a two-hit game. Brendan Donovan (2015, Enterprise, AL) tripled, singled, and added two RBIs. Winning pitcher Jarod Bayless (2015, Pleasant Grove, TX) gave up three runs over five innings. He scattered six hits and two walks. He struck out a seven batters on a fastball that sat 79-84 mph and topped out at 86 mph. 

Juan Cruz (2016, Caguas Military Academy , PR) singled and drove in two runs for CFBL. Sam LaNeave (2015, West Orange, FL) doubled and scored a run. Nikolas Kovach (2015, Lake Mary, FL) pitched four innings, faced 24 hitters, and his fastball ranged from 76-81 mph. 

Drillers Top South Jersey 9-6

7/16/2014

Texas Drillers defeated the South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase 9-6. The Drillers scored four times in the both the second and fifth innings.

Drillers hitter Michael Berglund (2016, Carroll, TX) doubled twice, scored a run, and added two RBIs. Nicholas Bregenzer (2016, Memorial, TX) doubled, scored a run, and drove in two runs. Kurt Wilson (2017, Livingston, TX) gave up two unearned runs over three innings. He struck out two hitters with his smooth delivery and a fastball that sat 80-84 mph and topped out at 86 mph.  Mitchell Caskey (2016, Westside, TX) threw 2.2 scoreless innings and his fastball ranged from 75-80 mph.

For South Jersey, Justin McFadden (2016, Cedar Creek, NJ) singled twice and scored two runs. Erik Arenberg (2015, Middle Township, NJ) doubled and scored a run. Corey Smith (2016, St Augustine Preparatory, NJ) singled, scored a run, and added two RBIs. Nick Artymowicz (2016, Ocean City, NJ) pitched 2.2 innings, faced 14 batters, and his fastball ranged from 77-83 mph. 

Hickey throws a gem in win

7/16/2014

Ronin Bat Co. defeated Big League Baseball Academy by a final score of 2-1 on Wednesday. This improved Ronin's record to (3-2) thus far for the tournament.

Nathan Hickey (2014, Granbury, TX) was credited with the lone RBI of the game for Ronin. He went 1 for 2 with an RBI and a walk. Bronson Holbeck (2015, McKinney Boyd, TX) also hit well by going 2 for 3 in the game. Ronin's pitcher Nathan Hickey also pitched a great game by throwing 7 innings in a complete game win. He allowed 4 hits, 1 earned run, and 2 walks, while striking out 10. His fastball velocity was nice as well as he sat 81-86 with his fastball and topped out at 89.

Tannon Symm (2015, Tomball Memorial, TX) drove in the lone run for Big League. He went 1 for 3 in the game with that RBI. They were led on the mound by Michael Cugini (2015, Tomball Memorial, TX) who tossed 6 and 2/3 innings. He allowed 5 hits, and 2 unearned run, while striking out 7.

Sanchez tosses complete game shutout

7/16/2014

MPi 17U defeated Lobos Baseball by a final score of 5-0 on Wednesday. This win improved MPi's record to (4-1) thus far for the tournament.

Kevin Barbato (2015, Miami Palmetto Senior, FL) did it all on offense for MPi today. Barbato went 1 for 2 with a double, but added 4 RBI's as well. His teammates David Lanster (2015, Ransom Everglades, FL) and Jamar Criss (2015, Miami Southridge, FL) each had multi-hit games, tallying 2 apiece. Joseph Sanchez (2017, Terra Environmental Research Institute, FL) was magnificent on the mound for MPi. He tossed 7 innings in a complete game shutout victory allowing just 4 hits and striking out 2 batters.


Hardballers top Seminoles in close game

7/16/2014

The Florida Hardballers 17U defeated the Jersey Seminoles by a final score of 6-4 on Wednesday. This win improved the Hardballers record to (5-0) for the tournament thus far.

Wyatt Jackson (2015, Suwannee, FL) led on offense for the Hardballers on Wednesday. He went 2 for 3 with a double, a home run, and an RBI. Fletcher Simmons (2015, PK Yonge, FL) also performed well at the plate by hitting a triple and driving in a run. Benjamin Koff (2015, F.W. Buchholz, FL) showed nice velocity on his fastball by sitting at 81-82 and topping out at 86 in the first inning.

The Seminoles were led on offense by Thomas Genuario (2015, St. Mary's, NJ). He went 2 for 3 with a double and 3 RBI's. CJ Lopez (2016, East Stroudsburg South, NJ) and Nicholas Camilleri (2015, St. Peters Prep, NJ) each had multi-hit games for the Seminoles as well. Their pitcher Steven Acosta (2015, High Tech, NJ) showed nice fastball velocity by sitting at 83-84 and topping out at 86.

Gamers take advantage of late innings

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The St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue defeated the Easton Rockets by a final score of 7-3 on Wednesday. This win improved the Gamers record to (3-2) for the tournament thus far.

Ian Nelson (2015, Timberland, MO) led on offense for the Gamers by going 2 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's. Their pitcher Michael Plassmeyer (2015, De Smet Jesuit, MO) threw a 7 inning complete game to earn the win. He allowed 12 hits, and 3 earned runs, while striking out 3 batters.

Logan Taplett (2016, The Benjamin School, FL) led on offense for the Rockets by going 3 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Nyle Newland (2015, Park Vista Community, FL), James Vaughan (2016, The Kings Academy, FL), and Colton Rendon (2016, William T. Dyer, FL) also had multi-hit games for Easton. Pitcher Brady Acker (2014, J.P. Taravella, FL) showed nice velocity on his fastball which sat 86-87 and topped out at 89.

Florida Pokers rout Padres in win

7/16/2014

The Florida Pokers defeated the East Cobb Padres by a final score of 16-2 on Wednesday. This win improved the Pokers record to (3-2) for the tournament thus far.

Equon Smith (2015, Haines City Senior, FL) led on offense for the Pokers. He went 3 for 3 on the day with a double, a triple, an an RBI. Michael Diaz (2015, Winter Haven Senior, FL) led the team in RBI's on the day with 3 after he went 1 for 2. Z Roberts went 2 for 2 on the day with 2 doubles, a walk, and 2 RBI's. Gavin Robinson (2015, J.P. Taravella, FL) went 2 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's. Mike Fitschen (2015, J.P. Taravella, FL) went 2 for 2 with 2 RBI's. Lastly on offense, Garrett Hiott (2015, Pompano Beach, FL) went 2 for 2 with an RBI and a walk. Michael Diaz was also the winning pitcher in this game. He threw 2 innings in which he allowed 2 hits and struck out 3.

Joshua Kennington (2016, Woodstock, GA) led on offense for the Padres with a 2 for 2 game.

Boston scores 2 late to tie

7/16/2014

The East Cobb Tigers tied with the Boston Scorpions Baseball Club with a final score of 2-2.

Robby Dau (2015, North Paulding, GA) led on offense for the Tigers. He went 1 for 2 on the game with a double, an RBI, and a walk. On the the mound for the Tigers, Bailey Combs (2015, Whitefield Academy, GA) tossed 4 shutout innings. He allowed 2 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 9 batters. His fastball velocity was solid as it sat 82-83 and topped out at 85. Clark Sanderson (2015, The Lovett School, GA) also showed nice velocity as his fastball sat 82-84 and topped out at 86.

Beau Dana (2017, Deerfield Academy, MA) performed well at the plate for Boston. He went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Robert Tramondozzi (2015, Peabody Veterans Memorial, MA) tossed a 7 inning complete game in the tie. He allowed 5 hits, 2 unearned runs, and 2 walks, while striking out 5.

3 run 6th leads Terror Baseball to win

7/16/2014

Terror Baseball defeated the Banditos Houston by a final score of 4-3 on Wednesday. This win improved Terror's record to (2-2-1) for the tournament thus far.

Blake Way (2016, Northshore, LA) was able to drive in the most runs for Terror Baseball today. He went just 1 for 3 on the game, but drove in 2 runs and his lone hit was a double. Joseph Lagreco (2015, Northshore, LA) and Mathew Muhliesan (2016, Holy Cross, LA) each had multi-hit games for Terror. Lagreco finished 2 for 3 with an RBI and Muhliesan finished 2 for 3 with a double. On the mound, Dylan Dover (2015, Oak Forest Academy, LA) pitched well over his 5 innings of work. He allowed 5 hits, 2 earned runs, and 3 walks, while striking out 8. His fastball showed nice velocity as it sat 79-82 in the outing but touched 86 and 87 in the first inning.

Dillon Dinges (2015, Dules, TX) led on offense for the Banditos. He went 2 for 3 with an RBI. Dylan Parks (2016, Klein Oak, TX) pitched well in relief by throwing 3 innings. He allowed 2 hits, 1 earned run, and 1 walk, while striking out 1.

Falkner's 3 RBI's lead Big League to win

7/16/2014

Big League Baseball Academy - DeMarini Hayes defeated the East Cobb Twins by a final score of 8-5 on Wednesday. This win improved Big League's record to (5-0) for the tournament thus far.

Belgee Falkner (2014, Rich Central Campus, IL) led the way on offense for Big League. He went 2 for 4 with a double and 3 RBI's for the game.  Tyler Paulson (2015, Minooka Community, IL) also played well for Big League by going 2 for 4 with 2 singles and 2 stolen bases as well. The winning pitcher for Big League was Jonathan Mays (2015, Magnolia West, TX). Mays threw 7 innings in a complete game giving up 8 hits, 1 earned run, and 2 walks, while striking out 4.

Wade Cox (2015, Greater Atlanta Christian, GA) led on offense for East Cobb. He went 2 for 3 in this game with an RBI. Lucas Boudreau (2015, Greater Atlanta Christian, GA) pitched well in his 3 innings of work for the Twins. He gave up 3 hits, and 1 walk, while striking out 3.

Gogreve hits and pitches well

7/16/2014

The Boca Thunder Baseball team defeated Aces Baseball Club by a final score of 9-1 on Wednesday. This improved Boca's record to (4-1) for the tournament thus far.

Stephen Gogreve (2015, Pope John Paul II, FL) hit well at the plate and was great in relief on the mound today. He went 2 for 2 at the plate with a triple, an RBI, and a walk. On the mound he threw 2 innings of no hit baseball while striking out 3 batters. Both Domenic Baldino (2015, Pope John Paul II, FL) and Carlos Leon (2015, Boca Raton Community, FL) were able to drive in 3 runs for Boca. The winning pitcher was Adam Saks (2015, Pine Crest, FL) who pitched 3 innings, allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run, and 2 walks, while striking out 2. 

Jack Schmidt (2015, Cathedral, IN) drove in the lone run for Aces. He went 1 for 2 on the day with a triple and an RBI.

Big day from Arenas helps beat East Cobb

7/16/2014

The West Boca Panthers defeated the East Cobb Bulldogs 17U by a final score of 6-4 on Wednesday. This improved the Panthers record to (2-2-1) for the tournament thus far.

Jorge Arena (2016, Monsignor Edward Place, FL) led on offense for the Panthers. He finished the day 2 for 2 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI's. Also big on offense was Ricardo Gonzalez (2016, West Boca Raton, FL) who went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Kyle Morgan (2015, West Boca Raton, FL) was the winning pitcher for the Panthers. He threw 3 scoreless innings where he allowed 3 hits and struck out 1.

Three players had multi-hit games for the Bulldogs. Jackson Webb (2015, Fellowship Christian, GA), Bronco O'Brien (2015, Blessed Trinity Catholic, GA), and Cole Austin (2015, Harrison, GA) each finished with 2 hits in the game.

Tomball Thunder Hangs On for 4-2 Victory

7/15/2014

Tomball Thunder scored the first three runs of the game, and held on for a 4-2 victory over Brooklyn Dodgers in Fort Myers on Thursday.

Josh Breaux (2016, Tomball HS, TX) drove in two runs to lead the run production for the Thunder, while Zachary Urbani (2016, Tomball HS, TX) and Nick Ludwig (2015, Tomball HS, TX) each added one run batted in. Nathan Crowe (2014, Tomball HS, TX) recorded three hits, and Josiah Breaux (2015, Tomball HS, TX) scored two runs in the win.

David Leal (2015, Macarthur HS, TX) did not allow an earned run over five innings, and struck out ten hitters. His fastball topped out at 83 mph.

The two Dodgers runs were driven in by Mike Guaglione (2016, Commack HS, NY) and John Iadevaia (2016, Commack HS, NY), while scoring the two runs were Sal Venuti (2015, Commack HS, NY) and Ryan Quinn (2016, Commack HS, NY) in the loss.

Long Island Tigers 17U Top Florida Burn, 3-2

7/15/2014

Long Island Tigers 17U scored three runs in the third inning, and claimed a 3-2 victory over Florida Burn 2015 Pennant on Thursday at Riverdale High School.

Derek Spillane (2015, Syosset HS, NY), Jake Mitchnick (2015, Syosset HS, NY) and John Dreher (2015, Farmingdale HS, NY) each drove in one run for the Tigers. The runs were scored by Hardvis Batista (2015, West Hempstead HS, NY), Dreher, and Ruben Vasquez (2015, Grand Street Campus, NY).

Dan Dreher (2015, Farmingdale HS, NY) tossed four innings for the Tigers, allowing just one unearned run. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

Florida commit Deacon Liput (2015, Oviedo HS, FL) and Walker Bailey (2015, Spruce Creek HS, FL) each drove in a run for the Burn, while Nick Blasucci (2015, Riverdale HS, FL) and Jimmy Kuebler (2015, Out-of-Door Academy, FL) both scored one run in the losing effort.

IBAHS Knights Claim Victory, 9-6

7/15/2014

IBAHS Knights scored four runs in back-to-back innings, and held off a late charge to claim a 9-6 victory over CageRat Baseball in Fort Myers on Thursday.

Victor Perez (2014, International Baseball Academy, PR) and Javier Martinez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) drove in two runs for the Knights, while Delvin Perez (2016, International Baseball Academy, PR), Carlos Trinidad (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR), and Ronald Velez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) each recorded one run batted in. Perez and Martinez also drilled one double apiece in the victory.

Guillermo Faget (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) allowed one earned run on one hit over four innings with five strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 80 mph in the win.

Kolby Ferris (2016, Hamilton Southeastern HS, IN) and Jacob Ferris (2016, Hamilton Southeastern HS, IN) drove in two runs apiece for CageRat, with Zachary Ditzenberger (2016, Badger HS, WI) adding one run batted in.

Team Louisiana Ammo Scores Final Run, Wins

7/15/2014

Team Louisiana Ammo scored a run in the top of the fourth inning to take a lead they would not relinquish, winning 3-2 over Houston Banditos South on Thursday.

Camros Lancios (2015, Loreauville HS, LA), Drew Primeaux (2015, Erath HS, LA), and Nick Schexnaider (2015, West Monroe HS, LA) each drove in one run for Ammo, while Dustin Mitchell (2015, West Monroe HS, LA) led the team with two hits, including a triple. Mitchell, Jake Slaughter (2016, Ouachita Christian School, LA), and Kane Bass (2015, Rosepine HS, LA) scored the runs in the win.

Primeaux tossed 1.1 perfect innings with three strikeouts, and picked up the win. His fastball topped out at 78 mph.

The two Houston runs were driven in by Colin Rickard (2015, Friendswood HS, TX) and Garrett Sandlin (2015, Foster HS, TX), while Parker Stafford (2015, George Ranch HS, TX) and Chase Appleby (2015, George Ranch HS, TX) scored the team’s runs the loss.

Early Runs Power Marlins Scout Team

7/15/2014

Marlins Scout Team scored five runs in the second inning, and never looked back in a 9-1 victory over So Cal NTT in Fort Myers on Thursday.

J’Mar Smith (2015, Meridian HS, MS) drilled a home run for the Marlins, driving in two runs with two hits and two runs scored. The other three runs that were driven in were recorded by Tyler DeLucia (2015, Half Hallow Hills West HS, NY), Kelvin Moore (2015, Lee HS, AL), and Mississippi State commit Konnor Pilkington (2015, East Central HS, MS) in the win.

Zack Taylor tossed all five innings for the Marlins, striking out four hitters with one run allowed. His fastball topped out at 86 mph.

The one So Cal run was driven in by Tyler Frye (2015, Suncoast Community HS, FL) and was scored by Kyle Parks (2015, Rabun Gap Nacoochee HS, FL).

Coastal Prospects 17U Americans wins.

7/15/2014

Coastal Prospects 17U Americans survives South Florida Prospects 17U 3-1 thanks to Trey Hester's late-game heroics. Trey Hester (Fleming Island, Fleiming Island, FL 2015) drove in the winning run to help the seal the victory. Luke Thomas (Yulee, Yulee, FL 2015) singled to get on base in the sixth. He then went from first to second.

Rollin Layton (Trinity Christian Academy, Jacksonville, FL 2015, Furman) was the workhorse while getting the victory. He pitched six innings and allowed one earned run, four hits, and three walks while striking out four. Monero took the loss for the South Florida Prospects 17U. He lasted just four innings, walked two, struck out four, and allowed one run. Layton fastball range for the game was 83-88 mph. Monero fastball range for the game was 78-81 mph. 

Team Louisiana Ammo wins close.

7/15/2014

Team Louisiana Ammo survives San Diego Scorpions 2-1 thanks to Dustin Mitchell's (West Monre, West Monroe, LA 2015) late-game heroics. He brought home the game winning run. Jake Slaughter (Ouchita Christian, Monroe, LA 2016) singled to get on base in the seventh. He then went from first to second.

Despite the loss, San Diego Scorpions' Kenny LaPierre (Granite Hills, Alphine, CA 2015) dominated Team Louisiana Ammo's batters , giving up two runs and striking out ten. Donald Comeaux (North Vermillon, Maurice, LA 2015) got it done on the hill today on his way to a victory. He tossed two-thirds of inning of shutout ball with striking out two, walked none and surrendered one hit. LaPierre fastball for the game was 84-89 mph. Comeaux fastball range for the game was 85-86 mph.

Marlins Scout Team wins big.

7/15/2014

The Marlins Scout Team defeat CFBL Mizuno 2015s 6-1. Chentouth went 2-3 for the game with a homer in the first inning and single in the third inning. Derek Garcia (Colonial, Orlando, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for CFBL Mizuno 2015s. He went 1-3 for the game.

CFBL Mizuno 2015s couldn't get anything going so long as Konnor Pilkington (East Central, Lucedale, MS 2015, MSU) was on the bump. CFBL Mizuno 2015s managed just two hits off of Pilkington. He allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out six during his five innings of work. Todd Peterson (Lake Mary, Lake Mary, FL 2016) took the loss for CFBL Mizuno 2015s. He lasted five innings, walked three, struck out three and allowed four runs. Pilkington fastball range for the game was 83-87 mph. Peterson fastball range for the game was 85-89 mph.

No-hitter for the SWFL 17U.

7/15/2014

No-hitter leads SWFL 17U past Elite Squad 17U TPX 4-0. Andrew Abbott (Alonso, Tampa, FL 2015) paced SWFL 17U at the plate. He went 2-2 and and scored two runs with a single in the third and fifth innings. Brandon Hernandez was the other hot hitter. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run.

Thaddeus Ward (Bishop Verot, Fort Myers, FL 2015, UCF) was untouchable today on the mound as he throws a no-hitter. He struck out twelve batters and walking one during his innings of work. Justin Walker (J.P. Taravella, Tamarac, FL 2015) ended up on the wrong side of the decision with getting the loss. He lasted just three innings, walked two, struck out two and allowed two runs. Walker fastball range for the game was 82-86 mph. Ward fastball range for the game was 87-91 mph.

Jacksonvile Warriors 17U White wins.

7/15/2014

Jacksonville Warriors 17U Warriors White take out Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black with help from Dalton Board (Bishop Kenny, Jacksonville, FL 2015, North Florida), 4-3. He went 2-3 for the game with a single in the third and fifth inning. Quentin Davis (Boone, Orlando, FL 2015) was hot from the plate for Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black He went 2-3 and scored one run with a single in the fourth inning and triple in the sixth innings.

Mike Cassala (Bartram Trail, St. Augustine, FL 2015, Jacksonville) got the win for the Jacksonville Warriors 17U White. He allowed two runs over five innings with striking out five, walked three and surrendered six hits. Peyton Hopkins (The First Academy, Windermore, FL 2015) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just three innings, walked one, struck out two and allowed one run. Cassala fastball range for the game was 85-89 mph. Hopkins fastball range for the game was 82-85 mph.

Team Tampa Bay wins big.

7/15/2014

Michael Ferrandiz's (Lakewood, Pinellas Park, FL 2014) pitching leads Team Tampa Bay past Zoned RedHawks Elite 17U 6-0. Nathan Tomilonus (Seminole, Seminole, FL 2015) racked up two RBIs on one hit for Team Tampa Bay. Scott Cooper (Bridgewater-Raritin, Bridgewater, NJ 2015) was the hot hitter for Zoned RedHawks Elite 17U. He went 2-3 for the game.

Michael struck out six and allowed one walk and four hits. Sisco Cooper (Spotswood, Milltown, NJ 2015) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out none and allowed no runs. Ferrandiz fastball range for the game was 79-82 mph.

GBSA Blue Rays wins in good fashion.

7/15/2014

The GBSA Blue Rays jump on the Brooklyn Dodgers early and coast to 8-2 win. Dexter "DJ" Neal (Stephenson, Lithonia, GA 2015) had two extra-base hits for the GBSA Blue Rays. He doubled in third and fifth innings. Ryan Quinn (Commack, Commack, NY 2016) got on base three times in the game for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He singled in the fourth inning.

Ryan Doerschug (Commack, Commack, NY 2016) was the ace pitcher for Brooklyn Dodgers. He tossed three innings worth while giving up eight hits, six runs and striking out three. Jelani Clarington was the other ace pitcher for the GBSA Blue Rays. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up eight hits, two runs, walking five and striking out four. Clarington (Rockdale County, Conyers, GA 2015) fastball range for the game was 78-84 mph.

Easton Rockets wins big.

7/15/2014

Easton Rockets jumps on the East Cobb Padres 17U early and coasts to 12-0 win. The game was decided quickly as Easton Rockets exerted its will early with nine runs in the first three innings. Tyler Frank (American Heritage, Loxahatchee, FL 2015, Florida Atlantic) led Easton Rockets' offensive threat, as he got on base three times in the game. He singled in the first inning.

The East Cobb Padres 17U couldn't get anything going so long as Colton Rendon (William T. Dwyer, Jupiter, FL 2016) was on the mound. He held the East Cobb Padres 17U hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three. Jake Dotson (Cherokee, Canton, GA 2016) took the loss for the East Cobb Padres 17U. He allowed seven runs in two innings, walked three and struck out none. Rendon fastball range for the game was 81-84 mph.

Texas Drillers wins in good fashion.

7/15/2014

First-inning rally sparks blowout win for Texas Drillers, 7-1. Quincy McAfee (Westside, Houston, TX 2016) reached base three times. He singled in the first inning and doubled in the fourth inning. Alec Kushner (American Heritage, Cooper City, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for the South Florida Breakers 17U. He went 1-3 for the game and had one RBI.

Bryan Taylor (Barbers Hill, Anahuac, TX 2016) recorded the win for the Texas Drillers. He allowed one run over three innings with striking out four, walked two and gave up two hits. Phillip Kniskern (Pompano Beach, Pompano Beach, FL 2015) was charged with the loss. He lasted just two-thirds of an inning, walked none, struck out none, and allowed five runs. Kniskern fastball range for the game was 80-85 mph. Taylor fastball range for the game was 79-83 mph.

Sandlot Elite 17U wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

The West Boca Panthers get on top Sandlot Elite 17U early but can't hang on in 3-2 loss. Cooper Mitchell (Oakton, Oakton, VA 2015) went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for Sandlot Elite 17U. He doubled in the first inning and singled in the fifth inning. Brendan Brundage (American Heritage, Cocunut Creek, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for the West Boca Panthers. He went 2-4 for the game with scoring one run.

John Ghyzel (Westfield, Cranoke St, VA 2014) work out of twelve tough situations for Sandlot Elite 17U. He pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run on seven hits. Jacob Boele (Clovis North, Fresno, CA 2016) was charged with the loss. He lasted just 3 2/3 innings, walked two, struck out one, and allowed two runs. Ghyzel fastball range for the game was 85-89 mph.

Florida Burn 2015 Pennant wins big.

7/15/2014

Florida Burn 2015 Pennant sixth-inning burst enough to top CageRat Baseball, 9-0. Deacon Liput (Oviedo, Oviedo, FL 2015) racked up three RBIs on one hit for Florida Burn 2015 Pennant. He tripled in the third inning. Copper Cox (Connersville, Glenwood, IN 2016) was the hot hitter for the CageRat Baseball. He went 1-3 for the game.

Kade Hunkapiller (Venice Senior, Sarasota, FL 2015) racked up six strikeouts in the Florida Burn 2015 Pennant win. Florida Burn 2015 Pennant's pitcher gave up just three hits over four shutout innings. Daniel Kraemer (Marion, Marion, IN 2016) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just two-thirds of an inning, walked none, struck out one, and allowed one run.

Jersey Seminoles wins in big way.

7/15/2014

Early lead gives Jersey Seminoles easy victory over Florida Burn 2015 Navy , 8-1. With six runs in the first three innings, Jersey Seminoles left no doubt about the eventual outcome. CJ Lopez (East Stroudsburg South, East Stroudsburg, NJ 2016) racked up four RBIs on one hit for Jersey Seminoles.

Cory Heitler's (Fair Lawn, Fair Lawn, NJ 2015) seven strikeouts helped Jersey Seminoles get the victory. He allowed one earned run, five hits and two walks over five innings. Jake Rothwell (Calvary Christian, St. Petersburg, FL 2015, Daytona State College) couldn't get it done on the hill for Florida Burn 2015 Navy with getting the loss. He allowed seven runs in 3 2/3 innings, walked six and struck out five. Rothwell fastball range for the game was 83-86 mph. Heitler fastball range for the game was 82-87 mph.

East Cobb Tigers wins big.

7/15/2014

Wesley Bucher (Greater Atlanta Christian, Duluth, GA 2015) leads the East Cobb Tigers to victory thanks to ten strikeouts. Furquan Shorts (Atascocita, Houston, TX 2015) went a perfect 1-1 for the game with a single in the third inning. The East Cobb Tigers blew out Terror Baseball thanks to six hits, including two extra base hits.

Shorts had an impressive outing against the East Cobb Tiger's lineup. He held the East Cobb Tigers hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out two. Cameron Sanders (ED White Catholic, Thibodaux, LA 2015) ended up on the wrong side of the pitching with getting the loss. He allowed six runs in four innings, walked five and struck out two. Sanders fastball range for the game was 81-86 mph. Shorts fastball range for the game was 79-83 mph.

Banditos Houston wins in close one.

7/15/2014

Banditos Houston best Boston Scorpions Baseball Club in shootout, 9-8. There were twenty three hits, including four extra base hits in the game. Israel Martinez (College Station, College Station, TX 2015) got a hit in each of his two at bats. He singled in the first and third innings.

Jordan Fernandez (Deer Park, Laporte, TX 2015) got the win in relief for Banditos Houston. He pitched 1 1/3 innings and allowed four runs. Nolan Webb (St. Johns Preparatory, Rockport, MA 2016) took the loss for Boston Scorpions Baseball Club. He lasted just one-third of an inning, walked none, struck out none and allowed no runs.

Ronin Bat Co. 17U Black wins close.

7/15/2014

Ronin Bat Co. 17U Black survives Antonelli Baseball 1-0 thanks to Jake Hamilton's (All Saints Episcopal, Granburry, TX 2015) late-game heroics. Hamilton drove in the game winning run for Ronin Bat Co. 17U Black. Mario Quintanella (Liberty, Dallas, TX 2015) walked to get on base in the sixth. He then went from first to second.

Antonelli Baseball couldn't get anything going so long as Thomas Halcomb (Liberty, Plano, TX 2016) was on the mound. Antonelli Baseball managed just two hits off of Halcomb. He allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out six during his five innings of work. Corey Imbriano (Wakefield Memorial, Wakefield, MA 2016) took the defeat today who allowed only one run while striking out seven. Imbriano fastball range for the game was 79-83 mph. Halcomb fastball range for the game was 80-83 mph.

Texas Sun Devils wins in close one.

7/15/2014

Texas Sun Devils makes the most of two hits in 1-0 victory over the Morris County Cubs. Texas Sun Devils grouped all of runs into the fourth inning helped it take advantage of it hits. Jacob Stracner (Sam Houston, Lake Charles, LA 2015) was the hot hitter for the Texas Sun Devils. He went 1-2 for the game and had one RBI. Trevor Lee (Mt Oliv, Flanders, NJ 2015) was the hot hitter for the Morris County Cubs. He went 3-4 for the game.

Kale Breaux (Sulphur, Sulphur, LA 2015, Mississippi State) pitched lights out for Texas Sun Devils. The Morris County Cubs managed just one hit off of Texas Sun Devils' pitcher. He allowed no eared runs, walked none and struck out ten during his five innings of work. Chris Somerville (Mt Olive, Flanders, NJ 2015) brought the heat against Texas Sun Devils during his outing. Texas Sun Devils managed just two hits off of Somerville. He allowed one earned run, walked none, and struck out three during his six innings of work. Somerville fastball range for the game was 77-81 mph. Breaux fastball range for the game was 84-87 mph.

Big League Baseball Academy wins.

7/15/2014

Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes come from behind to beat the Aces Baseball Club, 8-6. Hayes (Concordia Lutheran, Tomball, TX 2015, Tennessee) racked up three RBIs on two hits for Big League Baseball Acdemy-DeMarini Hayes. He carried Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes' offense and pitching in the victory.

Hayes brought the heat against the Aces Baseball Club during his outing. The Aces Baseball Club managed just one hit off of Hayes. He allowed no earned runs, walked none, and struck out one during his one inning of work. Mitch Sparks (Carmel, Carmel, IN 2015) ended up on the wrong side of the decision with getting the loss. He lasted just two innings, walked one, struck out none, and allowed three runs. Sparks fastball range for the game was 75-83 mph. Hayes fastball range for the game was 85-87 mph.

All American Prospects West 17U wins.

7/15/2014

All American Prospects West 17U take out South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase with help from Max Wadsworth (Plant, Tampa, FL 2015), 5-0. He went 3-3 for the game with a single in the first, third, and fifth innings. Mitch Merrill (Pinelands Reg, Tuckerton, NJ 2015) was the hot hitter for the South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase. He went 1-3 for the game.

Matt Vaka (Plant, Tampa, FL 2014, North Florida) struck out nine, paving his way for a All American Prospects West 17U win. All American Prospects West 17U's pitcher gave up just two hits over four shutout innings. Joe Clifford (Ocean City, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 2016) ended up on the wrong side of the decision with getting the loss. He lasted just six innings, walked four, struck out five and allowed five runs. Clifford fastball range for the game was 76-80 mph. Vaka fastball range for the game was 85-88 mph.

MPi 17U wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

MPi 17U escapes SBO Puerto Rico Red behind Danny Diaz's (Coral Glades, Margate, FL 2014) eight strikeouts, 2-0. Gerald Collazo (Coral Glades, Caguas, PR 2014) was the hot hitter for the SBO Puerto Rico Red. He went 2-3 for the game. Jamar Criss (Miami Southridge, Cutler Bay, FL 2015) was the other hot hitter for the MPi 17U. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI.

MPi 17U's Daiz kept SBO Puerto Rico Red off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the mound. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on four hits while striking out eight. Jonathan Cruz (Academia Cristo Low Millagros, Caguas, PR 2015) was the ace pitcher for the SBO Puerto Rico Red. He tossed six innings worth while giving up two hits, two runs, walking two and striking out five.

Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 wins big.

7/15/2014

Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 drubs SWFL 17U Navy, 8-0. Dominic Ford (Needham Broughton, Raleigh, NC 2015) racked up two RBIs on three hits for Rawlings Prospects NC 2015. Anthony Tejada (Bishop Verot, Cape Coral, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for the SWFL 17U Navy. He went 1-2 for the game.

Rawlings Prospects NC 2015's Ryan Thompson (Jacksonville, Jacksonville, NC 2015) kept SWFL 17U Navy off the scoreboard for all five innings he was on the mound. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs, on three hits while striking out seven. Mitchell was the ace pitcher for the SWFL 17U Navy. He tossed two innings worth while giving up six hits, three runs, walking two, and striking out four. Mitchell fastball range for the game was 81-85 mph. Thompson fastball range for the game was 81-84 mph.

Scorpions South Upperclass wins big.

7/15/2014

Early lead gives Scorpions South Upperclass easy victory over MLI Phantoms, 10-0. With ten runs in the first three innings, Scorpions South Upperclass left no doubt about the eventual outcome. Franco Camacho put himself in scoring position with two extra base hits for Scorpions South Upperclass. He tripled in the second and third innings.

Austin Wilson (Palm Beach Gardens, Loxahatchee, FL 2015) brought the heat today against MLI Phantoms during his outing. MLI Phantoms managed just one hit off of Wilson. He allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out seven during his five innings of work. Carmine Romano (Shoreham-Wading River, Wading River, NY 2016) couldn't get it done on the hill for MLI Phantoms with getting the loss. He allowed ten runs in three innings, walked three and struck out one. Wilson fastball range for the game was 80-83 mph.

Mountain Expos wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

The Mountain Expos top Next Level 17U in back-and-forth affair, 3-2. Darren Hasch (Fort Walton Beach, Destin, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for the Next Level 17U. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run. Dustie Fender (West Henderson, Mills River, NC 2015) was the hot hitter for the Mountain Expos. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run.

Jackson Propst (Gaffney, Gaffney, SC 2015) got the win today for Mountain Expos. He tossed 1 2/3 innings of shutout ball with striking out one, walked none, and gave up no hits. Brandon Geiger (Wakulla, Crawfordville, FL 2016, LSU) was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just 6 1/3 innings, walked two, struck out four and allowed three runs. Geiger fastball range for the game was 80-85 mph. Propst fastball range for the game was 81-83 mph.

Boca Thunder Baseball wins.

7/15/2014

Evan Shaffner (Pope John Paul II, Boynton Beach, FL 2015) helps Boca Thunder Baseball down the East Cobb Twins 7-2. He went 3-3 at the plate today with a single in the second, fourth, and sixth innings. Hardie Jackson (The Lovett School, Atlanta, GA 2015) was the hot hitter for the East Cobb Twins. He went 2-2 for the game.

Joshua Parker (Pope John Paul II, Boca Raton, FL 2015) racked up thirteen strikeouts during his victory. He allowed two earned runs, eight hits and two walks over 5 2/3 innings. Danny Price (Norcross, Peachtree Corners, GA 2015) couldn't get it done on the bump for the East Cobb Twins with getting the loss. He allowed seven runs in five innings, walked three and struck out three. Price fastball range for the game was 76-81 mph. Parker fastball range for the game was 81-87 mph.

Florida Hardballers 17U wins close.

7/15/2014

Florida Hardballers 17U makes the most of six hits in 5-4 victory over Legends 17U Prospects Team. Jaylin Dorsey (South Sumter, Webster, FL 2015) was the hot hitter for the Florida Hardballers. He went 1-3 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI. Andrew Olszak (Danvers, Danvers, MA 2016) was the other hot hitter for the Legends 17U Prospects Team. He went 2-4 for the game and had two RBIs.

Jack Madden (Gainesville, Gainesville, FL 2015) was the ace pitcher for the Florida Hardballers 17U. He tossed five innings worth while giving six hits, three runs and striking out one. Jeffrey Depiero (Pingree, Beverly, MA 2015) was the ace pitcher for Legends 17U Prospects Team. He tossed six innings worth while giving up six hits, five runs, walking two and striking out four. Depiero fastball range for the game was 74-80 mph.

IBAHS Knights tied Long Island Tigers.

7/15/2014

IBAHS Knights ties Long Island Tigers after seven innings of baseball. Abdel Guadalupe (International Baseball Academy, Trujillo Alto, PR 2015) was the hot hitter for IBAHAS Knights. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI. Cameron Hayes (Holy Trinity Diocesan, Hicksville, NY 2015) was the hot hitter for the Long Island Tigers. He went 1-3 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI.

Rouvaldo Torres (International Baseball Academy, Trujillo Alto, PR 2015) was the ace pitcher for the IBAHS Knights. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up five hits, five runs, walking three and striking out one. Michael Manzonie (Glen Cove, Glen Cove, NY 2015) was the ace pitcher for the Long Island Tigers. He tossed six innings worth while giving up nine hits, five runs, walking three and striking out two. Torres fastball range for the game was 78-82 mph. Manzonie fastball range for the game was 80-84 mph.

PBC PAL 17U wins in a big way.

7/15/2014

PBC PAL 17U beats Batting 1.000 Seminoles 4-0. Edmond Americaan (Trinity Christian Academy, Lake Worth, FL 2016) went 1-2 for the game with a triple in the sixth inning. John Dehler (Chaminade, Garden City, NY 2015) was the hot hitter for the Batting 1.000 Seminoles. He went 1-2 for the game.

Brendon Lauer (Palm Beach Central, Greenacres, FL 2015) pitched lights out for PBC PAL 17U. Batting 1.000 Seminoles managed just two hits off of Lauer. He allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out five during his three innings of work. Conor Hehir (Holy Trinity Diocesan, Freeport, NY 2015) took the loss for the Batting 1.000 Seminoles. He lasted just six innings, walked four, struck out four, and allowed four runs. Lauer fastball range for the game was 80-81 mph. Hehir fastball range for the game was 79-82 mph.

Palm Beach Select wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

Early boost from Cody Wilson helps Palm Beach Select get past Bronx Bombers, 6-4. Bruce Martin racked up three RBIs on one hit for Palm Beach Select. He homered in the first inning. Joseph Reyes (All hollow, Bronz, NY 2016) was the hot hitter for the Bronx Bombers. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI.

Daniel Mayer recored the win for Palm Beach Select. He allowed four runs in seven innings with striking out three, walked one, and gave up nine hits. Robert Velasquez (Walton, Bronx, NY 2015)took the loss for Bronx Bombers. He allowed six runs in seven innings, walked none and struck out five. Mayer fastball range for the game was 80-83 mph. Velasquez fastball range for the game was 80-85 mph.

East Cobb Astros 16U wins.

7/15/2014

Thad Harris leads the East Cobb Astros 16U to 4-0 victory thanks to five strikeouts. Xzavion Curry was hot from the plate for the East Cobb Astros 16U. He went 2-2 and drove in one with single in the second inning and doubled in the fourth inning. Marco Alverez was the hot hitter for the Hit & Run Team 17. He went 1-3 for the game.

The East Cobb Astros 16U's Harris kept the Hit & Run Team 17 off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the mound. He pitched shutout, allowing no runs on two hits while striking out five. Christian Alba couldn't get it done on the mound for the Hit & Run Team 17 with getting the loss. He lasted just four innings, walked four struck out one, and allowed four runs. Alba fastball range for the game was 78-81 mph. Harris fastball range for the game was 82-85 mph.

East Cobb Astros 17U wins big.

7/15/2014

Cameron Gregory helps the East Cobb Astros 17U down Lobos Baseball - Swain 6-1. He went 2-3 for the game with single in the fourth inning and triple in the fifth inning. Lobos Baseball - Swain scored its only run of the game on an RBI single by Mason Eddy in the first inning.

Hunter Sowell got it done on the bump on his way to victory. He allowed one run over five innings with striking out six, walk five and surrendered three hits. John Weber was charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in 6 1/3 innings, walked two and struck out three. Weber fastball range for the game was 75-82 mph. Sowell fastball range for the game was 80-83 mph.

Hampton Roads Hurricanes win close.

7/15/2014

The East Cobb Bulldogs 17U get on top Hampton Roads Hurricanes early but can't hang on in 2-1 loss. It was a good day at the plate for Seth Woodward (Woodside, Newport News, VA 2015). He went 2-3 and drove in one with a single in the fourth inning and tripled in the fifth inning. Michael Burlas (Fellowship Christian, Marietta, GA 2014) was the other hot hitter for East Cobb Bulldogs 17U. He went 2-4 for the game.

Eric Harp (York, Yorktown, VA 2015) was a workhorse on the mound today while getting the victory. He pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run, seven hits and three walks while striking out five. Braden Zarbinsky (Pope, Marietta, GA 2015) took the loss for the East Cobb Bulldogs 17U. He lasted just six innings, walked none, struck out six, allowed two runs. Zarbinsky fastball range for the game was 84-89 mph. Harp fastball range for the game was 82-87 mph.

Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass wins.

7/15/2014

Cody Crawford helps Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass down Houston Banditos South 5-1. He went 1-3 for the game with a single in the third inning. Tryce Howard was the hot hitter for Houston Banditos South. He went 1-3 for the game.

Rhys Pollock was in control on the mound today. Houston Banditos South managed just two hits off of Pollock. He allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out three during his four innings of work. Chris Cardenas was a workhorse on the mound for Houston Banditos South. He pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run, four hits and one walk while striking out six. Polloack fastball range for the game was 75-80 mph.

Langan Baseball 17U Scores Late in 6-3 Win

7/15/2014

Langan Baseball 17U scored the final three runs of the game to claim a 6-3 victory over South Oakland A’s on Tuesday in Estero, FL.

The offense for Langan was led by Jeremy Gerringer (2015, Marlboro HS, NJ), who drove in three runs with a double. St. John’s commit Mike Antico (2016, Colts Neck HS, NJ) added a run batted in, and Robert Riso (2016, Middletown South HS, NJ) scored a team-high two runs in the Langan victory.

Matthew Downey (2015, Elizabeth HS, NJ) was the winning pitcher for Langan, surrendering two runs over six innings with six strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 83 mph.

The South Oakland runs were driven in by Jacob DePillo (2015, Notre Dame Preparatory School, MI) and Matt Bur (2015, Notre Dame Preparatory School, MI). Greg Antoine added two runs scored in the losing effort.

Legends Prospect Team and Florida Burn Tie

7/15/2014

No team scored in the final two innings of the game, as Legends 17U Prospect Team and Florida Burn 2015 Navy finished in a 2-2 tie.

The two runs for the Legends were driven in by Ryan Spagnoli (2015, Arlington Catholic HS, MA) and Brody Santilli (2015, LaSalle Academy, RI), while the two runs were scored by Mike Goddu (2016, Georgetown HS, MA) and Troy Hansen (2015, Worcester Academy, MA).

Tyler Shemick (2015, LaSalle Academy, RI) did not allow an earned run over five innings, and struck out two hitters. His fastball topped out at 81 mph.

The two runs batted in for the Burn were provided by Austin Taylor (2015, Haines City HS, FL) and Ian Huartson (2015, Venice HS, FL), while the two runs were scored by Steven Valentine (2015, IMG Academy, FL) and Ryan Gumbs (2015, Venice HS, FL).

Matt Martin (2015, Bartow HS, FL) allowed two runs over seven innings with five strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

Florida Burn 2015 Pennant Rallies for 6-3 Win

7/15/2014

Florida Burn 2015 Pennant scored the final six runs of the game, and claimed a 6-3 victory over IBAHS Knights on Tuesday.

Ty Craft (2015, Jeff Davis HS, GA) and Jake Romine (2015, Out-of-Door Academy, FL) led the offense for the Burn with one hit, one run scored, and one run batted in. Deacon Liput (2015, Oviedo HS, FL), Nicholas Conti (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL), and Walker Bailey (2015, Spruce Creek HS, FL) each drove in one run in the victory for the Burn.

Florida State commit Chase Haney (2015, Windermere Prep HS, FL) tossed 4.2 innings for the Burn, allowing just two hits with six strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

Waldemar Figueroa (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) drove in two runs for the Knights, and Victor Perez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) added one. The three runs were scored by Abdel Guadalupe (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR), Erick Rodriguez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR), and Perez.

Brooklyn Dodgers and CFBL MIzuno 2015s Tie

7/15/2014

Brooklyn Dodgers and CFBL MIzuno 2015s played to a 2-2 tie Tuesday at Terry Park in Fort Myers.

Both Dodgers runs were driven in by Kyle Lamantia (2015, Commack HS, NY), who also added two hits. The two runs were scored by Jake Sabia (2017, Massapequa HS, NY) and Josh Shapiro (2015, Walt Whitman HS, NY).

Chase Galletto (2015, Commack HS, NY) tossed 5.1 innings, allowing two runs with seven strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 83 mph.

Edward Cruz (2015, Lyman HS, FL) and Joshua Santiago (2015, Caguas Military Academy, PR) each drove in one run for Mizuno, while the two runs were scored by Sam LaNeave (2015, West Orange HS, FL) and Kenny Lewis (2015, Flagler-Palm Coast HS, FL).

Jaylyn Whitehead (2015, Olympia HS, FL) tossed 5.2 innings of work, allowing two runs with four strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 80 mph.

East Cobb Tigers Win, 7-4

7/15/2014

East Cobb Tigers scored in four consecutive innings, and claimed a 7-4 victory over South Florida Breakers 17U on Tuesday.

Tristan Mooney (2015, Etowah HS, GA) clubbed a home run for the Tigers, and drove in two runs. Georgia Tech recruit Bobby Gavreau (2015, Sprayberry HS, GA), Peyton McGuire (2015, Greater Atlanta Christian School, GA), and Mooney each recorded two hits, and seven players scored one run in the victory.

Georgia Tech commit Burton Dulaney (2015, Darlington HS, GA) was the winning pitcher for the Tigers, as he allowed two runs on two hits with four strikeouts over 4.1 innings. His fastball topped out at 88 mph.

David Carnicella (2015, Homeschool, FL) was the leader on offense for the Breakers, as he drove in two runs with one hit. Chase Reyes (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) and Alec Kushner (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) each added a run batted in during the loss.

Terror Baseball Ties West Boca Panthers

7/15/2014

Terror Baseball scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning, forcing a 4-4 tie with West Boca Panthers on Tuesday.

Blake Way (2016, Northshore HS, LA), Furquan Shorts (2015, Atascocita HS, TX), Christian Clayton (2015, Holy Cross HS, LA), and Blake Buckman (2015, Evangelical Christian Academy, LA) each drove in one run for Terror Baseball. The team’s three hits were recorded by Cameron Sanders (2015, ED White Catholic HS, LA), Shorts, and Way in the tie.

Drew Kennedy (2015, Salmen HS, LA) allowed one earned run over 3.1 innings with one strikeout for Terror Baseball. His fastball topped out at 80 mph.

Wofford signee Mack Nathanson (2014, North Broward Preparatory School, FL), Handy Rodriguez (2015, Ferguson HS, FL), and Jorge Arenas (2016, Monsignor Pace HS, FL) each drove in one run for the Panthers, and Matt Mosel (2016, Vero Beach HS, FL) led the team with three hits, including a double.

Brandon Boyle (2015, Spanish River Community HS, FL) tossed six innings for the Panthers with two strikeouts. His fastball topped out at 78 mph.

Team Mizuno Northeast Pride wins.

7/15/2014

Team Mizuno Northeast Pride best Georgia Jackets 17U 7-4 thanks to a RBI single by Calvin Holland (Hopkinton, Hopkinton, MA 2015). Jack Gardner (Mount View, Jefferson, MA 2017) racked up two RBIs on three hits for Team Mizuno Northeast Pride. He singled in the fourth, sixth, and seventh innings. Dalton Martin (River Ridge, Woodstock, GA 2015) was the hot hitter for the Georgia Jackets. He went 1-2 for the game and had one RBI.

Anthony Chaiton (Franklin, Franklin, MA 2015) was in control on the mound. He held Georgia Jackets 17U hitless over 1 2/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one. Jonathan Meuse (Woodstock, Canton, GA 2015) ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision with getting the loss. He allowed six runs in six innings, walked none and struck out four. Meuse fastball range for the game was 79-86 mph.

Morris County Cubs Win in 15-1 Blowout

7/15/2014

Morris County Cubs scored six runs in the top of the first, and never looked back in a 15-1 victory over CageRat Baseball on Tuesday.

Nick Matera (2015, Roxbury HS, NJ) led the run production for the Cubs with three runs batted in. Patrick Davis (2016, The Morristown-Beard HS, NJ) and Kyle Macrae (2015, Roxbury HS, NJ) each drove in two runs as well, while Matera and Davis scored three runs apiece. Matera also added three hits, and Trevor Lee (2015, Mt. Olive HS, NJ) scored two runs in the victory.

Kyle Melahn (2015, Morris Catholic HS, NJ) tossed all four innings for the Cubs, and his fastball topped out at 81 mph with six strikeouts and one run allowed.

The lone CageRat run was scored by Kolby Ferris (2016, Hamilton Southeastern HS, IN) and driven in by Zachary Ditzenberger (2016, Badger HS, WI).

Aces Baseball Club Wins in 11-0 Shutout

7/15/2014

Aces Baseball Club scored four runs in the bottom of the first inning, and never trailed in an 11-0 victory over Antonelli Baseball on Tuesday.

Jacob Hammel (2015, Hamilton Heights HS, IN) and Sam Gorsage (2015, St. Theodore Guerin HS, IN) each drove in two runs for the Aces, while Jack Schmidt (2015, Cathedral HS, IN), Brad Burton (2015, Fishers HS, IN), Brooks Bireley (2015, Brownsburg HS, IN), and Matt Chernoff (2015, Carmel HS, IN) drove in one run each. Elliot Shebek (2015, Carmel HS, IN) added two runs scored in the win.

Hammel tossed a five-inning complete game with eight strikeouts and one hit allowed. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

The sole hit for Antonelli was a double from Jackson Gillis (2016, Wilmington HS, MA).

South Florida Prospects Pull Away, Win 10-2

7/15/2014

South Florida Prospects 17U scored seven runs in the fourth inning to pull away and claim a 10-2 victory over Team Tampa Bay on Tuesday.

Blake Bottomley (2015, Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, FL), Tyler Price (2015, Plantation HS, FL) and Kenny Hornig (2015, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, FL) each drove in two runs for South Florida, with Hornig drilling a home run. Winn Allen (2015, Calvary Christian Academy, FL) and Colin Majewski (2015, Calvary Christian Academy, FL) added one run batted each, while Bottomley led the team with three hits. Josh Lane (2015, Calvary Christian Academy, FL) added two runs scored in the win.

Austin Phelps (2016, Cardinal Gibbons HS, FL) earned the victory over three innings, striking out one hitter with one run allowed. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

Troy Linderman (2015, Brandon HS, FL) drove in a run for Team Tampa Bay, while Donovan Pink (2015, Lakewood HS, FL) and Michael Ferrandiz (2014, Lakewood HS, FL) scored one run apiece. Ferrandiz added a double in the losing effort.

Sandlot Elite Rallies From 10-6 Victory

7/15/2014

Sandlot Elite 17U scored seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to rally from a 6-1 deficit and claim a 10-6 victory over Boston Scorpions Baseball Club on Tuesday.

Cooper Mitchell (2015, Oakton HS, VA) and Khalil Lee (2016, Flint Hill HS, VA) drove in two runs each for Sandlot, while Josh Peitrandea (2016, Woodbridge HS, VA), Jaime Gomez (2015, Chantilly HS, VA), and Davis McNabb (2015, West Springfield HS, VA) added one run batted in. Nicholas Render (2015, Westfield HS, VA) added three hits and three runs scored in the win.

Collin Brown (2015, Battlefield HS, VA) was the winning pitcher for Sandlot, tossing two innings with one strikeout. His fastball topped out at 83 mph.

Beau Dana (2017, Deerfield Academy, MA) drove in two runs to lead the run production for the Scorpions, while Jake Spada (2016, St. John’s Preparatory School, MA) and Graeme Davis (2017, Winchester HS, MA) each drove in one run. Ben Irvine (2016, Peabody Veterans Memorial HS, MA) added two singles and one run scored in the losing effort.

Jacksonville Warriors Strike Late in 8-6 Win

7/15/2014

Jacksonville Warriors 17U White scored runs in the final four innings, and claimed an 8-6 victory over Elite Squad 17U TPX on Tuesday.

The Warriors were led by Kyle Jenkins (2015, Mandarin HS, FL), who drove in two runs on the game. Jenkins, North Florida commit Dalton Board (2015, Bishop Kenny HS, FL), and Blake Marabell (2016, Bartram Trail HS, FL) each had two hits, and Marabell led the team with two runs scored in the victory.

Austin Amell (2015, Bartram Trail HS, FL) struck out three hitters over 5.1 innings and picked up the win for the Warriors. His fastball topped out at 79 mph.

Chayce Hay-Eldon (2015, West Broward HS, FL) drove in three runs with two singles and a run scored for Elite Squad. Chris Busch (2015, West Boca Raton HS, FL), Jose Rodriguez (2015, Zion Lutheran Christian School, FL), and Spencer Diaz (2015, Spanish River Community HS, FL) each recorded one run batted in in the losing effort.

San Diego Scorpions Roll to 6-1 Win

7/15/2014

San Diego Scorpions scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning, and never looked back in a 6-1 victory over East Cobb Padres 17U.

Aaron Colmenares (2016, Mater Dei Catholic HS, CA) drove in three runs with two hits and two runs scored for the Scorpions. Adrian Rodriguez (2015, Chula Vista, CA) added two runs batted in and two hits, while Javier Assad (2015, Chula Vista, CA) singled twice in the victory.

Michael Cartwright (2015, Granite Hills HS, CA) allowed one run with eight strikeouts in a complete game. His fastball topped out at 82 mph.

The lone Padres run was driven in by Tyler McFather (2016, North Paulding HS, GA), who also added a hit. Courage Higdon (2015, Marietta HS, GA) also added a single in the losing effort.

Indiana Prospects 17U wins big.

7/15/2014

Matt Simmerman stars as Indiana Prospects 17U defeats Coastal Prospects 17U Americans, 12-0. Simmerman blasted two home runs for Indiana Prospects 17U. He went 3-3 in the game with five RBIs and two runs scored. Simmerman homered in the second and fourth innings. Riley Brandvold was the hot hitter for Coastal Prospects 17U Americans. He went 1-2 for the game.

Jacob Preston pitched lights out for Indiana Prospects 17U. Coastal Prospects 17U Americans managed just one hit off of the Indiana Prospects 17U's pitcher. He allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out five during his four innings of work. Garrett Strope lasted two innings on the mound for Coastal Prospects 17U American before being taken out. He surrendered seven hits and nine runs. Strope fastball range for the game was 83-87 mph. Preston fastball range for the game was 83-88 mph.

Scorpions 2015 Prime wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

Scorpions 2015 Prime tops McKinney Marshals 17 Hadeler in back-and-forth affair, 9-5. Ramon Alejo racked up two RBIs on two hits for Scorpions 2015 Prime. He singled in the first inning and tripled in the sixth innings. Marshall Nichol was the hot hitter for the McKinney Marshals 17 Hadeler. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and one RBI.

Kyle Marman got the win in relief for Scorpions 2015 Prime. He pitched four innings and allowed two runs. Burks was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed seven runs in 5 1/3 innings, walked one and struck out two. Marman fastball range for the game was 84-88 mph.

Tomball Thunder tied FTB Puerto Rico.

7/15/2014

Tomball Thunder tied FTB Puerto Rico 3-3 after seven innings of baseball. Nick Ludwig was the hot hitter for the Tomball Thunder. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI. Angel Villanueva was the other hot hitter for FTB Puerto Rico. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had two RBI.

Nicholas Mikolajchak was the ace pitcher for Tomball Thunder. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up six hits, three runs, striking out seven and one home run. Ronald Arnold was the other ace pitcher for the FTB Puerto Rico. He tossed 3.2 innings worth while giving up six hits, three runs, walking two and striking out two. Mikolajchak fastball range for the game was 81-85 mph.

Big League Baseball Academy wins big.

7/15/2014

Big League Baseball Academy takes down Elite Squad 17U Slugger in a 4-0 victory. Gavin Shukanes was the hot hitter for the Big League Baseball Academy. He 2-2 for the game with scoring two runs and had two RBIs. David Villar was the other hot hitter for the game. He went 1-3 for the game.

Brady Kainer was the ace pitcher for Big League Baseball Academy. He tossed seven innings worth while giving up six hits, walking one and striking out five. Kevin Fuentes was the ace pitcher for the Elite Squad 17U Slugger. He tossed 3.2 innings worth while giving up three hits, three runs, walking five and striking out three. Kainer fastball range for the game was 82-85 mph. Fuentes fastball range for the game was 84-88 mph.

St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue wins easy.

7/15/2014

St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue defeats Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina 4-1. Todd Buschjost went 1-2 for the game with a single in the sixth inning. Gavin Robinson was the hot hitter for the Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina. He went 2-3 for the game.

Eric Hipp pick up the win for the St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue. He pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run, seven hits and one walk while striking out five. Trent Massaro couldn't get it done on the mound for Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina with getting the loss. He lasted just 5 2/3 innings, walked five, struck out four, and allowed four runs. Hipp fastball range for the game was 79-82 mph. Massaro fastball range for the game was 80-84 mph.

Team All American wins big.

7/15/2014

Team All American uses big second inning to beat Team Lights Out, 10-2. Scott Koscho (Penn Trafford, Irwin, PA 2015) racked up five RBIs on two hits for Team All American. He went 2-2 at the plate with scoring two runs. Chase McCann was the hot hitter for the Team Lights Out. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring one run and had one RBI.

Eric Mikulan (Hampton, Allison Park, PA 2015) got the win for Team All American. He allowed two runs over five innings with striking out four, walked none and and surrendered five hits. Chase McCann lasted one inning on the bump for Team Lights Out before leaving the game. He surrendered three hits and six runs.

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple wins big.

7/15/2014

Early lead gives Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple easy victory over the Ronkonkoma Cardinals, 12-0. Justin Gesek went 2-2 for the game at the plate with a single in the third inning and triple in the fourth inning. Connor Slagill was the other hot hitter for the Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple. He went 2-2 for the game with scoring two runs and had three RBIs.

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple's Bett Brubaker kept the Ronkonkoma Cardinals off the scoreboard for all four innings when he was on the bump. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on two hits while striking out three. Austin Thixton couldn't get it done on the hill for the Ronkonkoma Cardinals with getting the loss. He allowed six runs in 2 1/3 innings, walked five and struck out one. Brubaker fastball range for the game was 84-89 mph.

SCORE International 17U wins close.

7/15/2014

SCORE International 17U defeats Central CT Select after late game wild pitch, 7-5. Ernesto Xavier Rodriguez reached base three times with a single in the first inning. He went 1-2 for the game with scoring two runs and had walks. Mike Bastis was the hot hitter for the Central CT Select. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring one run and had two RBIs.

Cole Peterson got the win for the SCORE International 17U. He allowed three runs over four innings with striking out two, walked one and surrendered three hits. Zach Nizolek couldn't get it done on the mound for Central CT Select with getting the loss. He lasted 2 1/3 innings, walked none, struck out one and allowed one run. Nizolek fastball range for the game was 82-85 mph. Peterson fastball range for the game was 75-80 mph.

So Cal NTT wins in a close one.

7/15/2014

So Cal NTT defeats Team Bowet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U 4-1. Michael Petrosino was the hot hitter for So Cal NTT. He went 2-3 for the game with a single in the fourth and seventh innings. Drew Vimond was the hot hitter for the Team Bowet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U. He went 1-3 for the game.

Chad Fleischman was the workhorse on the mound while getting the win. He pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run, three hits and two walks while striking out five. Roy Rodriguez took the loss for Team Bowet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U. He lasted just 6 1/3 innings, walked one, struck out two and allowed four runs. Fleischaman fastball range for the game was 82-85 mph.

Long Island Whalers wins close.

7/15/2014

Long Island Whalers makes the most of five hits in 3-0 victory over Lobos Baseball. Matt Feinstein (Friends Academy, Old Brookville, NY 2015) was the hot hitter for the Long Island Whalers. He went 2-3 for the game with scoring two runs. He also doubled in the first inning and singled in the fourth inning. Jon Hayden was the other hot hitter for the game. He went 2-3 for the game.

Jesse Mulham (Cold Springs Harbor, Syosset, NY 2015) worked out of nine difficult innings for Long Island Whalers. He pitched four innings and allowed no earned runs on five hits. Corey Shedrock was the ace pitcher for the Lobos Baseball. He tossed 5.2 innings worth while five hits, three runs and walking five. Shedrock fastball range for the game was 76-81 mph.

Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois wins easy.

7/15/2014

Florida Suns Baseball 17U outdone by Anthony Forte and Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois, 4-1. Forte looked good today at the plate for the Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois. He went 2-3 for the game with hitting the home run in the second inning and singled in the fourth inning. Alexander Lara was the hot hitter for the Florida Suns Baseball 17U. He went 1-3 for the game.

Erice Orze looked good on the mound today for the Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois. Florida Suns Baseball managed just three hits off of Orze. He allowed one earned run, walked two and struck out five during his six innings of work. Cole Aker even though his team lost, dominated Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois with giving up three runs and striking out eleven. Orze fastball range for the game was 81-84 mph. Aker fastball range for the game was 86-90 mph.

Marlins Triumph in Shootout 10-9

7/14/2014

The Marlins Scout Team and the McKinney Marshals 17 Hadeler put on an offensive showcase before the Marlins came out on top 10-9 with both teams logging double-digit hits. The Marlins knocked in 13 hits from nine different players with Duncan McKinnon (2015, Redondo Union HS, CA) and Luke Eigsti (2015, Saguaro HS, AZ) leading the way offensively. McKinnon finished 2-3 with two RBIs and a run scored with Eigsti, a Top 250 player nationally and UAB recruit, also adding in a 2-3 game at the plate with two RBIs, two runs scored and a double. 

The Marshals' offense powered their way to ten hits from six different players in a losing effort and was sparked by the duo of Cayde Williams (2015, Newman Smith HS, TX) and Joshua Walker (2015, Prosper HS, TX). Williams went 3-4 at the plate with two runs scored with Walker complementing with a perfect 2-2 game at the plate with two RBIs, two runs scored, a walk and a double.

Xavier Taylor (2015, Lee HS, AL) picked up the win for the Marlins for his two innings on the mound to close out the game. Taylor tossed 47 pitches and allowed three hits and no runs while walking one and striking out four with a fastball averaging 82 mph and topping out at 84 mph.

Hayes Lifts Big League Baseball to Win

7/14/2014

The Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes got a standout game from Ke'Bryan Hayes (2015, Concordia Lutheran HS, TX) and scored all four of their runs in the bottom of the third inning to take the win from the Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina 4-2. Hayes led the Big League offense to seven hits from five different players with a 2-3 game at the plate while picking up two RBIs, a walk and a run scored.

Shane Mosiello (2015, Aledo HS, TX) picked up the win for the Academy after spending four innings on the mound to start out the game. Mosiello tossed 65 pitches and allowed four hits and two runs, both earned, while walking two and striking out four with a three-pitch rotation featuring good command of a good-sink change-up and a fastball averaging 80 mph and topping out at 83 mph. 

Zach Pernick (2015, J.P. Taravella HS, FL) is credited with the loss for the Pokers for his three innings on the mound. Pernick tossed 71 pitches and allowed five hits and four runs, two earned, while walking three and striking out three with a balanced, online delivery of a fastball averaging 79 mph and topping out at 82 mph. 

Astros Roll To 9-1 Win

7/14/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16U used a big six-run third inning to spark a blowout of the Big League Baseball Academy and take the win 9-1. The Astros logged seven hits from six different players with Brenton Burgess (2015, Chamblee Charter HS, GA) leading the way on offense with the game's only multi-hit game. Burgess finished a perfect 2-2 at the plate with an RBI with Carter Kieboom (2016, Walton HS, GA) picking up two RBIs with a triple for the Astros. 

Cole Ganopulos (2016, Eagle's Landing Christian Academy, GA) picked up the win for the Astros for his three and a third innings on the mound to start out the game. Ganopulos tossed 43 pitches and allowed two hits and one unearned run while walking one and striking out three with a high 3/4 arm angle and a fastball averaging 83 mph and topping out at 86 mph.

Hit & Run Win See-Saw Affair 5-4

7/14/2014

The Hit & Run Team 17 defeated the Bronx Bombers 5-4 in six innings.

Sawyer Wirth (2015, Tarpon Springs, FL)  led the surge for Hit & Run with a pair of hits with a single and a double that scored two RBIs. Douglas Borgh (2014, Seminole, FL) contributed a pair of singles with a RBI, and Marco Alverez (2015, Tampa, FL) joined in with a two RBI single and later scoring. Cody Miller (2015, Seminole, FL) knocked in a single of his own.

Austin Mathews (2017, Clearwater, FL) tossed most of the game with four innings. He let just three hits fall with three earned runs. He walked two and struck out one while on the bump. Jarr went the last two innings. He scattered four hits with just one run to score. He walked one batter and struck out two on his 80 mph fastball. 

Jorge Meran (2015, Bronx, NY) tried to light a comeback for the Bombers with a double and a single that scored one RBI. Joseph Reyes (2016, Bronx, NY) connected with a two RBI single with a run. Randy Taveras (2015, Bronx, NY) knocked a single with a RBI and a run. Johann Paniagua (2014, Bronx, NY) helped with a single and a run. 

Rafael Quezada (2015, Bronx, NY) showed the most poise on the mound for the Bombers for two innings. He let just two hits fall without a run to score. He did not walk a batter and struck out two on his 85 mph fastball. 

Sun Devils Win In Shortened Game

7/14/2014

The Texas Sun Devils defeated the MLI Phantoms 6-1 after one inning. 

Austin Nelson (2015, Sulphur, LA) led the surge with a two RBI triple and later scoring. Shane Selman (2015, Lake Charles, LA) connected with a two RBI single of his own. Ethan Valdez (2015, San Antonio, TX), Ford Proctor (2015, Beaumont, TX), and Jake Cochran (2015, Lake Charles, LA) all contributed a single and a run to help their team. Gavin Johnson (2015, Helotes, TX) knocked a RBI single of his own. 

Parker Ford (2015, Lufkin, TX) went the one inning with 19 pitches. He allowed two hits with one run to occur. He did not walk a batter and struck out one on his 93 mph fastball. He has a projectable frame for his size. He comes with a plus curve that comes from the 12/6 curve. He has outstanding arm speed while pitching sharply downhill. 

Tyler Osik (2014, Shoreham, NY) hit the only extra base hit in the inning for the Phantoms and later touched home. Brett Pisaneschi (2014, Quogue, NY) drove in Osik. Michael Amandola (2015, North Babylon, NY) joined in with a single of his own. 

McClanahan Shuts Down Lobos in Shortened Game

7/14/2014

The SWFL 17U defeated the Lobos Baseball-Swain 8-0 in two innings. 

The Florida State commit, Donovan Petrey (2015, Arcadia, FL), led the surge for SWFL by going 2-2 with a single and a double with a RBI and two runs. Chris Berry (2015, Seminole, FL) joined in two RBI single, and Jacob Silverstein (2015, Silverstein, FL) contributed a two RBI triple while touching home twice. Garrett Bye (2015, Riverview, FL) joined in with a double of his own while scoring one RBI and touching home twice. 

Shane McClanahan (2015, Cape Coral, FL) tossed just two innings for SWFL. He allowed just one hit without a run to score. He walked one batter and struck out two on his 85 mph fastball. 

Mason Minister (2016, New Braunfels, TX) broke up the no hitter with a single. 


Team DeMarini Takes Down Blue Rays 6-3

7/14/2014

Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois defeated the GBSA Blue Rays 6-3 in seven innings.

Anthony Forte (2015, Hoffman Estates, IL) led Team DeMarini with two hits with a single and a solo home run. Matt Murawski (2015, Mokena, IL) connected with a pair of singles along with touching home once. Jason Sullivan (2015, Bartlett, IL) joined in with RBI single and a run.

Kyle Polaski (2014, Plainville, IL) tossed five strong innings for his team. He scattered three hits with one run to score. He walked one and struck out six on his 85 mph fastball. He has good command of his pitches by throwing strikes. He has a good extension out front with a quick arm. He has a mound presence while setting up  and attacking hitters. He comes with arm side run on his fastball that can sink. 

Armond Upshaw (2014, Newnan, GA) led the surge for the Blue Rays with two hits along with a single and a triple that plated one RBI. Dexter "DJ" Neal (2015, Decatur, GA) connected with a double. Tekwaan Whyte (2015, Stone Mountain, GA) and Keishaun Clark (2015, Decatur, GA) were pinned with a RBI each. 

Hardballers Toss One Hitter in 8-0 Shutout

7/14/2014

The Florida Hardballers 17U defeated the Houston Banditos South 8-0 in five innings.

Jayln Dorsey (2015, Webster, FL) started the game and went four strong innings. He let just one hit fall without a run to score. He walked one and struck out one on his 80 mph fastball. Wyatt Jackson (2015, Live Oak, FL) finished the game with the last inning. He did not allow a walk, hit, or a run to occur. He walked one and ran the gun up to 80 mph as well. 

Offensively, Isaiah Cullum (2015, Bushnell, FL) connected and drove a three run home run in the second inning to account for the eight run inning. Benjamin Koff (2015, Newberry, FL) helped with the blowout with a two RBI double and later scored. Brooks Brasher (2015, Iverness, FL) joined in with a RBI single and a run. Trace Thornal (2015, Ocala, FL) roped a RBI single, and Fletcher Simmons (2015, Gainesville, FL) and Blaise Maris (2015, Gainesville, FL) each added on a single with a run. 

Parker Stafford (2015, Sugar Land, TX) showed the most poise on the mound for the Banditos with two innings pitched. He allowed just one hit without a run or walk to occur. He struck out two with his 78 mph fastball. 

Chase Appleby (2015, Sugar Land, TX) was the lone batter to get a hit to break up the no hitter. 

Julylia Leads Rockets To Big Win Over FTB

7/14/2014

The Easton Rockets defeated the FTB Puerto Rico 11-3 in five innings.

The Jacksonville commit, Dakota Julylia (2015, West Palm Beach, FL), led the Easton offensive with a pair of hits with a single and a double. He drove in two RBIs and two runs. Baylen Sparks (2015, Palm Beach Gardens, FL) knocked a two RBI double while touching home once. Colin Smith (2015, Palm Beach, FL) smoked a RBI single with a run, and Kyle Bauer (2015, Palm City, FL) joined in with two singles and two runs. Nyle Newland (2015, Lake Worth, FL) connected with a single and touched home twice.

Julylia also took the mound for for 2.2 innings. He let just one hit fall without a run score. He walked one and struck out one on his 85 mph fastball. Logan Taplett (2016, Palm Beach Gardens, FL) also went 2.1 innings. He knocked three hits with three runs. He walked one batter and struck out three on his 85 mph. He throws easy with a solid arm action. He has a short arm circle in the back with a tight release. 

Luis Camacho (2015, Arecibo, PR) led the FTB team with a double and a single while knocking in a RBI. Leonel Alfaro (2017, Punta Santiago, PR) joined in with a RBI single. Angel Villanueva (2014, Humacao, PR) roped a triple and later scored. 

Comeback Falls Short for Whalers

7/14/2014

The East Cobb Twins defeated the Long Island Whalers 6-5 in seven innings.

Jack Ballou (2015, Atlanta, GA) led the Twins with a bases clearing double to lead the team. William Korn (2015, Atlanta, GA) joined in with a two RBI single while later scoring. Lucas Boudreau (2015, Norcross, GA) knocked a pair of singles, and Avery Kenyon (2015, Suwanee, GA) joined in with a with a RBI single of his own. Wade Cox (2015, Norcross, GA) touched home three times to lead the team and roped a single. 

William Lovett (2015, Duluth, GA) tossed 1.1 innings for the Twins and gave up just one hit with one run that was unearned. He walked one and struck out two on his 78 mph fastball. Ballou went the longest with 4.1 innings. He gave up six hits with three earned runs. He walked one and struck out two. He maxed out the gun at 77 mph. 

Luke Aprile (2015, East Rockaway, NY) led the surge for the Whalers with a 3-4 game with a trio of singles that brought in two runs while touching home once. Nick Roepken (2015, Lynbrook, NY) helped out with a RBI single. Bradley Stewart (2015, Elmont, NY) knocked a single with a double and touched home once. Ryan Gonzalez (2015, Massapecqua, NY) joined his teammates with a double and later scoring. 

Matt Feinstein (2015, Old Brookville, NY) took the mound for the Whalers and showed the most consistency for two innings. He scattered three hits with one run to score. He did not walk a batter and struck out three on his 81 mph fastball. 

Three Run Sixth Inning Prevails Marshals to Win

7/14/2014

The McKinney Marshals 17 Hadler defeated the SBO Puerto Rico Red 5-2 in seven innings.

Josh Ryan (2014, McKinney, TX) led the surge for the Marshals with a RBI double, and Travis Kemp (2015, McKinney, TX) helped out with a RBI of his own with a single. Alex McGehee (2015, Frisco, TX) roped a double of his own.

Ryan also tossed the complete game with 109 pitches. He gave up three hits with both runs being earned. He walked five batters and struck out four on his 86 mph fastball. He pitches downhill with a solid arm action. He has cut action on his fastball with a good curve that comes with a 12/6 break. 

Offensively for SBO, Angel Morales led the surge with his double and two walks. Kelvin J Rodriguez (2015, Las Piedras, PR) and Steven Vasquez (2015, Tamarac, FL) each connected with a single. 

Vasquez took the mound for his team and went 5.1 innings. He scattered just three hits with four earned runs. He walked five and struck out four. He ran the gun up to 81 mph. 

Jackets Take Win With Third Inning Burst

7/14/2014

The Georgia Jackets 17U used a five-run burst in the third inning to take the win over the IBAHS Knights despite being outhit 5-9. All five of the Jackets hits and RBIs came from different players with Abdel Guadalupe (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) leading the Knights offense to their nine hits with a perfect 3-3 game at the plate with an RBI, a run scored, and a triple.

Spencer Pfost (2015, Sequoyah HS, GA) took home the win for the Jackets for his five innings on the mound to start out the game. Pfost tossed 69 pitches and allowed eight hits and three runs, all earned, while walking none and striking out five with a fastball averaging 77 mph and topping out at 83 mph. 

Warriors Take Down Langan Baseball

7/14/2014

The Team Bownet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U took down the Langan Baseball 17U 6-4 despite being outhit 6-8. The Warriors made the most of their six hits by five players and was led by Drew Vimond (2015, Northeast HS, FL). Vimond finished 2-3 at the plate with a run scored as Alex Gionis (2015, Carrollwood Day HS, FL) knocked his one hit for a solo home run in the fifth to finish 1-2 with two runs scored, a HBP and an RBI with a double play on defense. Langan countered with a potent offense led by AJ Falconite (2016, Christian Brothers Academy, NJ) and his 1-3 game at the plate with a two-run shot in the top of the fifth to finish with two RBIs and a run scored with a double play on defense. 

Johann Geheb (2016, Eastlake HS, FL) picked up the win for the Warriors for his four and two thirds innings on the mound. Vaughn allowed seven hits and four runs, all earned, while walking two and striking out four with a fastball averaging 72 mph and topping out at 75 mph.

Pennant Jumps to 8-2 Win

7/14/2014

The Florida Burn 2015 Pennant jumped to an early lead, scoring all eight of their runs in the first two innings and taking the win 8-2 over the Coastal Prospects 17U Americans. The Pennant offense knocked in six hits from five different players with JP Colton (2015, Winter Park HS, FL) leading the way offensively. Colton finished 2-3 at the plate with two RBIs, two runs scored and a triple. 

The Pennant bullpen put out a different pitcher every inning, with Chase Haney (2015, Windermere Prep, FL) taking the win after tossing the second inning. Haney, a High Follow and a Florida State commit, allowed no hits, runs, or walks while striking out one with a fastball averaging 84 mph and topping out at 85 mph. 

Sun Devils Shutout MPi 6-0

7/14/2014

The Texas Sun Devils tossed the shutout and took the win 6-0 over MPi 17U, holding MPi to only one hit while knocking eight of their own. The Sun Devils offense saw those eight hits come from six different players and was led by Jake Cochran (2015, Sam Houston, LA). Cochran went a perfect 2-2 at the plate with two runs scored, an RBI, a double and a stolen base. 

Cody Roddy (2015, Little Cypress-Mauriceville, TX) picked up the win for the Sun Devils for his full game of four innings on the mound. Roddy tossed 47 pitches and allowed one hit and no runs while walking one and striking out two with a fastball averaging 82 mph and topping out at 86 mph. 

So Cal Triumphs in Back-and-Forth Game

7/14/2014

The So Cal NTT triumphed in a back-and-forth game over the South Oakland A's by a score of 6-4. The A's jumped on the scoreboard first with two runs in the top of the first with the A's countering with three runs of their own in the bottom of the first. The A's put up two runs in the top of the second to retake the lead before So Cal took it back for good with three runs in the bottom of the third inning.

The NTT offense showed balance throughout it's lineup with their seven hits coming from seven different players as Michael Petrosino (2015, Peabody Veterans Memorial HS, MA) turning his single into two RBIs and a stolen base. Nickolas Raimondo (2015, De La Salle Collegiate HS, MI) sparked the A's offense with a 2-3 game at the plate with an RBI, a run scored, a stolen base and two walks.

Michael Ostrom (2015, St. Michael Special HS, LA) took home the win for the NTT bullpen for his three innings on the mound. Ostrom tossed 50 pitches and allowed one hit and no runs while walking three and striking out two with a fastball averaging 77 mph and topping out at 80 mph. 

Cam Best (2015, Slyvania, OH) is credited with the loss for the A's for his full game of six innings on the mound. Best threw 108 pitches and allowed seven hits and six runs, five earned, while walking two and striking out three with a fastball averaging 77 mph and topping out at 81 mph. 

Elite Squad Slugger Blanks Pride

7/14/2014

The Elite Squad 17U Slugger blanked the Team Mizuno Northeast Pride and took the win 9-0, holding the Pride offense to only one hit and one walk. The Sluggers' offense logged nine hits from eight different players with five going for extra bases as Daniel Rodriguez Velez (2015, Pembroke Pines Charter HS, FL). Velez powered his way to a perfect 2-2 game at the plate with an RBI, a run scored, a double and a solo homer in the bottom of the fifth with David Villar (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) a Top 300 player nationally putting his only hit over the fence with a two-run shot in the bottom of the second. 

TJ Williams (2015, Coral Glades HS, FL) picked up the win for the Sluggers for his three innings on the mound to start out the game. Williams threw 35 pitches and allowed the only hit for the Pride while walking none, striking out three and logging a strike on 69 percent of his pitches with a fastball averaging 77 mph and topping out at 81 mph. 

Banditos Houston Hold On To Early Lead For W

7/14/2014

Banditos Houston tacked on all 5 of their runs in the first 2 innings and held on to a 5-4 victory over South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase.

The Banditos only recorded 5 hits in the game but had enough defense to win the game. The offense was led by Christian Tripp (2015, Klein HS, TX), a New Mexico commit, who went 2-3 with 2 singles and Dillon Dinges (2015, Dulles HS, TX) who went 1-3 with 2 RBI and a run scored.

Jimmy Versage (2015, Middle Township HS, NJ) led the South Jersey offense in the loss hitting a 2-run double and scoring a run. 

Boca Thunder Hangs on to Win 5-3

7/14/2014

Boca Thunder Baseball got out to an early lead and had enough to go on to defeat Tomball Thunder 5-3. Boca Thunder recorded 11 hits that happened to all be singles as they picked up the victory. 

Stephen Gogreve (2015, Pope John Paul II HS, FL) went 2-2 and scored a run in the winning effort while Joshua Parker (2015, Pope John Paul II HS, FL) picked up 3 of the teams' 5 runs as he ended the game 1-3. 

Brian Fagan (2015, North Broward Prep, FL) picked up the win for Boca Thunder on the mound lasting 3 innings while giving up just 1 hit and 3 strikeouts on no runs.

Zachary Urbani (2016, Tomball HS, TX) had the lone extra-base hit in the game on the losing end as he went 2-3 with a triple, 2 RBI, and a run scored for Tomball Thunder. 

Late Homerun From Knehr Gives Whalers W

7/14/2014

The Long Island Whalers scored a run in the top of the 6th inning thanks to a solo homerun from Reiss Knehr (2015, St Dominic HS, NY), a Fordham commit, to break a 6-6 tie as they went on to beat Indiana Prospects 17U 7-6. The Whalers took advantage of 5 errors from the Prospects to support the run scoring. 

Along with the big hit from Knehr, he picked up the save on the mound and was impressive in doing so. Knehr tossed 2 innings of relief while striking out 3 on no earned runs while displaying a fastball from 84-88/90 and an effective changeup from 75-80/81. The winning offense was also led by Jesse Mulham (2015, Cold Spring Harbor HS, NY) who went 2-3 with a double, RBI, and run scored.

Jarrett Montgomery (2015, Lawrence Central HS, IN), a future Florida State Seminole, was impressive in the leadoff spot for the Indiana Prospects in the losing effort. Montgomery showed raw power and a quick bat as he went 2-3 recording a homerun, double, 2 RBI, and a walk drawn. 

Team All American Routs Lobos

7/14/2014

Team All American scored early and often, putting up seven runs in the first inning as they routed Lobos Baseball 12-0. The All American offense 12 hits from eight different players and was led with perfect games from both Domenic DeRenzo (2015, Pittsburg Central Catholic HS, PA) and Scott Koscho (2015, Penn Traford HS, PA). DeRenzo finished 3-3 at the plate with an RBI, two runs scored and a double with Koscho adding in a 2-2 game with a game-high three RBIs, two runs scored, a double and a walk. 

Jessie Slinger (2015, Pittsburg, PA) picked up the win for Team All American for his full game of four innings on the mound. Slinger tossed 64 pitches and allowed two hits and no runs while walking three and striking out four with a fastball averaging 80 mph and topping out at 84 mph. 

Ronkonkoma Cardinals Drop Early Lead to MLI

7/14/2014

MLI Phantoms fell behind in the 1st inning but had enough to comeback to beat the Ronkonkoma Cardinals 3-2. Brian Ricker (2015, Rocky Point HS, NY) picked up the win on the mound for the Phantoms in a good performance.

Ricker lasted 5 innings and gave up just 1 hit on no runs allowed while striking out 3. 

Michael Amandola (2015, North Babylon HS, NY) went 1-2 with an RBI single to help the winning offense. 

Richard Woessner (2015, Kings Park HS, NY) was the only player in the game with multiple hits as he ended the day 2-3 with 2 singles for the Cardinals in the losing effort. 

Legends Edge Scorpions South

7/14/2014

The Legends 17u Prospect Team beat the Scorpions South Upperclass 5-4. Leadoff man Ryan Spagnoli (2015, Arlington Catholic, MA) drove in 3 runs, going 1-for-2 with a triple. Scorpions pitcher Matt Hodges (2015, Tampa Preparatory, FL) and his smooth delivery struck out 4 in 2 innings on the hill, his fastball ranged from 81-84 mph. 

Scorpions Prime Blanks Ronin

7/14/2014

Scorpions 2015 Prime shut out Ronin Bat Co. 17u Black 8-0. Evans Bozeman (2015, Pensacola Catholic, FL) led the offense going 3-for-3 with a double and 3 RBIs. Florida State commit Brendan Rogers (2015, Lake Mary, FL) was 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs, sending one over the outfield fence. Ole Miss commit Nick Fortes (2015, Deland, FL) went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs scored. Pitcher and fellow FSU commit Cole Sands (2015, North Florida Christian, FL) struck out 5 in 3 innings pitched, allowing only a single hit. Sands' overpowering fastball ranged from 89-91/93 mph. Chipola College commit Bowden Francis (2015, Lawton Chiles, FL) followed him striking out 3 in 2 innings, his fastball ranged from 87-91 mph. 

Palm Beach Shuts Down Hurricanes

7/14/2014

Palm Beach Select shut out Hampton Roads Hurricanes 12-0. Connor Webb (2015, William T. Dwyer, FL) was 2-for-2 with 3 RBIs and a home run, Anthony Maniotis (2015, Wellington, FL) followed him going 1-for-2 with a 3-run home run. Bruce Martin () was 2-for-3 with an RBI and run scored, Cody Wilson (2015, Jupiter, FL) scored twice and drove in 2 as well. Michael Eberhart (2015, Park Vista Community, FL) struck out 3 in 3 innings without giving up a hit. 

Louisiana Ammo Shoots Past SCORE

7/14/2014

Team Louisiana Ammo defeated SCORE International 17u 10-2. Camron Lanclos (2015, Loreauville, LA) was 2-for-4 with a double and 4 RBIs in the leadoff spot. Kane Bass (2015, Rosepine, LA) was a consistent 3-for-3 with 3 runs scored. SCORE's Christopher Chatfield ranged from 85-90 mph on the mound with his fastball. 

Scorpions combine to allow just 2 hits

7/14/2014

The Scorpions 2015 Prime defeated CageRat Baseball by a final score of 8-0 on Monday. This win improved the Scorpions record to (2-0) thus far in the tournament.

Eric Keating (2015, Orangewood Christian, FL) was the winning pitcher for the Scorpions today. He threw 3 solid innings in which he gave up just 1 hit and 1 walk, while striking out 1 batter. Alex Carpenter (2015, Melbourne Central Catholic, FL) came on in relief and allowed 1 hit, and 1 walk, while striking out 4. Carpenters fastball showed nice velocity as it sat 85-87 and topped out at 90. Ramon Alejo (2015, Boone, FL) hit well, going 2 for 3 with 3 runs scored and a stolen base. Brendan Rogers (2015, Lake Mary, FL) also had a multi-hit game, going 2 for 2 with an RBI and 2 stolen bases.

Central scores 4 in the 7th to earn tie

7/14/2014

Central CT Select tied the All American Prospects West 17U with a final score of 5-5 on Monday. Select scored 4 innings in the top of the 7th to give them the tie.

Zach Niziolek (2015, Northwest Catholic, CT) was the RBI leader for Central today as he went just 1 for 1 with a double and 2 RBI's. His teammates Jake Linares (2015, Nathan Hale-Ray, CT) and Brody Rubenstein (2017, Dighton-Rehoboth Rhs, MA) each turned in multi-hit games as they both went 2 for 3 with a run scored and 2 singles.

Jake Bak (2015, Plant, FL) led on offense for the Prospects by going 2 for 3 on the day with an RBI. Prospects pitcher Jordan Leasure (2016, Riverview, FL) pitched well in his 5 innings of work. He gave up just 4 hits, and 1 earned run, while striking out 4.

Scorpions earn tie with late game run

7/14/2014

The Jersey Seminoles and the Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass tied on Monday with a final score of 4-4. Jacksonville scored a run in the bottom of the 7th inning that sealed the tie.

Joseph Peery (2015, Fleming Island, FL) Austin Sizemore (2015, Ponte Vedra, FL) both had multi-hit games for the Scorpions today. Peery finished 3 for 3 with an RBI, and Sizemore went 2 for 2 with a walk. Robby McMahon (2015, Bishop Kenny, FL) pitched well for the Scorpions over his 2 and 1/3 innings. He allowed just 1 hit and 1 walk in his appearance. 

Justin Salem (2015, Bergen Catholic, NJ) led on offense for the Seminoles by going 3 for 3 with an RBI and a walk.  Pitchers Steven Acosta (2015, High Tech, NJ) and Alex Fiori (2015, Indian Hills, NJ) both threw scoreless innings of relief to keep their team in it.


Complete game leads Next Level to first win

7/14/2014

Next Level 17U defeated the Batting 1.000 Seminoles by a final score of 7-2 on Monday. This improved Next Level's record to (1-2) for the tournament thus far.

Brandon Geiger (2015, Wakulla, FL) provided the spark in Next Level's offense today. He went just 1 for 3 in the game but he provided the team with 3 RBI's and a double. Darren Hasch (2015, Fort Walton Beach, FL) and Brandon Klees (2015, Robert F Munroe Day, FL) both turned in multi-hit games with an RBI. Klees also hit a double. Shawn Blue (2015, Aucilla Christian Academy, FL) was the winning pitcher for Next Level and tossed a 7 inning complete game. He allowed just 5 hits, 1 earned run, and 3 walks, while striking out 4.

John Dehler (2015, Chaminade, NY) was a solid contributor on offense for the Seminoles as he went 2 for 3 on the day with 2 singles.

2 HR's lead MPi to victory

7/14/2014

MPi 17U defeated the Ronkonkoma Cardinals by a final score of 13-4 on Monday. This win improved MPi's record to (2-1) for the tournament thus far.

The power bats of Kevin Barbato (2015, Miami Palmetto Senior, FL) and Arlain Sesin (2015, Miami Southridge, FL) led MPi to victory in this game. Both Barbato and Sesin went 2 for 3 with a double, a home run, and 3 RBI's. David Lanster (2015, Ransom Everglades, FL) was also good at the plate for MPi as he went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI's. Matt Horn (2015, Christopher Columbus, FL) was the winning pitcher for MPi, throwing 5 innings in a complete game. He allowed 6 hits, 3 earned runs, and 2 walks, while striking out 3.

Brandon Morse (2015, Connetquot, NY) was the RBI leader for the Cardinals. He went 1 for 3 on the day with 2 RBI's. Jimmy Guerriero (2015, Floral Park Memorial, NY) was the team hits leader and went 2 for 2 with a pair of singles.

Scorpions walk off in win

7/14/2014

The Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple team defeated the East Cobb Twins on Monday by a final score of 6-5. This win improved the Scorpions record to (3-0) for the tournament thus far. They scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 7th in order to steal this win.

Brett Brubaker (2015, Lake Mary, FL) was the leader offensively for the Scorpions today as he went 3 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI's. His teammate Landon Seymour (2015, North Florida Christian, FL) also played well by going 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI. Casey Southerland (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) was the winning pitcher for the Scorpions. He thew 3 innings in which he gave up 4 hits, and 1 earned run, while striking out 3. His fastball velocity was nice as it sat 81-83 and topped out at 86. Hunter Herr (2015, Apopka, FL) was also great on the mound as he tossed 3 perfect innings in which he struck out 2. His fastball sat 81-82 and topped out at 85. Logan Gilbert (2015, Wekiva, FL) sat 85-86 with his fastball and topped out at 88.

Lucas Boudreau (2015, Greater Atlanta Christian, GA) hit well for East Cobb, going 2 for 3 on the day. The RBI leader for East Cobb was Jake Fulwiler (2015, The Lovett School, GA). He went 1 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI's.

SWFL Survives Expos Late Push

7/14/2014

The SWFL 17U Navy survived a late four-run push from the Mountain Expos to take the win 6-5. The Expos put up four runs in the bottom of the fifth after SWFL pushed the lead to 6-1 after scoring three runs of their own in the top of the fifth, but wouldn't get any closer.

The SWFL offense put up 10 hits form six different players with four players logging multi-hit games. Tyler Koser (2015, Seminole HS, FL) led the way for SWFL with a 2-3 game at the plate with two RBIs and a double. Justin Sparks (2015, Hendersonville HS, NC) sparked the Expos rally with a three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth to finish 1-2 with a game-high three RBIs, a run scored and a home run. 

Both teams dug deep to find success on the mound with six SWFL players and four Expo players spending quality time on the mound. 

Six Run Third Inning Sparks Blowout

7/14/2014

The East Cobb Astros 17U used a big six-run third inning to spark a blowout and take the win 8-1 over Team Lights Out, forcing four fielding errors and turning three double plays. Four players logged a total of seven hits for the Astros as Blake Sangster (2015, North Gwinnett HS, GA) led the way with a 3-4 game at the plate, picking up a run scored and a double. 

Nick Spear (2015, St. Pious X Catholic HS, GA) picked up the win for the Astros for his five innings on the mound to start out the game. Spear tossed 86 pitches and allowed four hits and one unearned run while walking two and striking out eight with a three-pitch rotation featuring a fastball averaging 83 mph and topping out at 85 mph before being relieved in the sixth inning. 

PBC PAL Blanks Prospects

7/14/2014

PBC PAL 17U blanked the Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 to take the win 8-0, holding the Prospect offense to only two hits while forcing two fielding errors. The PBC offense knocked in nine hits from seven players and was led by Kevin Thomas (2015, North Broward Prep, FL) and his perfect 2-2 game at the plate, picking up two runs scored as Jared Schwait (2015, North Broward Prep, FL) turned his one hit into a double with three RBIs. 

Tyler Krull (2015, Cardinal Newman HS, FL) took home the win for PBC for his full game on the mound, tossing 59 pitches and allowing two hits and no runs or walks while striking out seven and logging a strike on 78 percent of his pitches. Krull showed control around the plate with all his pitches and a sound, deceptive delivery, working fast with a four-pitch rotation featuring a late-break 10/4 or a 2/8 curveball, a good frisbee slider that is his out-pitch, a change-up that maintains arm speed and a fastball averaging 78 mph and topping out at 81 mph. 

Drillers Roll to 8-1 Victory

7/14/2014

The Texas Drillers scored early and often, putting up four runs in the first inning as they rolled to an 8-1 win over the Zoned RedHawks Elite 17U. The Drillers offense doubled the RedHawks hit total, putting up nine hits from five different players as it was led by Quincy McAfee (2016, Westside HS, TX). McAffee finished 3-4 at the plate with an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base. 

Josh Jung (2016, Macarthur HS, TX) picked up the win for the Drillers for his four innings on the mound to start out the game, allowing three hits and no runs while walking two and striking out six. Jung showed control around the plate with his pitches, easy, long arm action and smooth mechanics with a smooth, deceptive delivery on a three-pitch rotation featuring a knuckleball, a late-breaking 12/6 curveball and a fastball averaging 82 mph and topping out at 85 mph. 

SWFL Cruises Past Bronx Bombers

7/14/2014

SWFL 17U cruised to a shutout win over the Bronx Bombers 8-0, holding the Bombers to four hits and forcing two fielding errors. The SWFL offense put up nine hits from seven different players and was led by Andrew Mink (2015, Clearwater Central Catholic HS, FL). Mink finished 2-3 at the plate with an RBI, a run scored and two doubles. 

Samuel Boise (2015, Community School of Naples, FL) picked up the win for SWFL for his four innings on the mound to start out the game. Boise, a High Follow and Top 200 Florida player, tossed 57 pitches and allowed three hits and no runs while walking two and striking out one, logging a strike on 65 percent of his pitches with a fastball averaging 83 mph and topping out at 86 mph.

Anthony Cepeda (2014, Hyde Leadership HS, NY) is credited with the loss for the Bombers after spending the full game on the mound. Cepeda allowed nine hits and eight runs, seven earned, while walking four and striking out four with a fastball averaging 81 mph and topping out at 85 mph. 

SBO Ties Florida Suns

7/14/2014

SBO Puerto Rico Red and Florida Suns Baseball 17u tied at 3-3. SBO's Kelvin J Rodriguez (2015, Florida Virtual, PR) went 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs. Jorge A. Datil (2015, Puerto Rico, PR) was 2-for-2 while scoring a run. The Suns' Alexander Lara (2016, Coral Glades, FL) was 1-for-3 with 2 RBIs. 

Bulldogs Beat Burn

7/14/2014

The East Cobb Bulldogs 17u beat the Florida Burn 2015 Navy 3-0. Will Galloway (2015, Blessed Trinity Catholic, GA) drove in 2 runs in 3 at-bats with a pair of doubles. Pitchers Austin Richards (2015, Alpharetta, GA) and Cameron Ricks (2015, Lassiter, GA) allowed only 3 hits and walked none in a combined shutout victory. Florida Burn's Dale Root (2015, Pine Ridge, FL) threw 5 strong innings, allowing only a single run while striking out 6 batters. 

Scorpions Orlando Knock Off Gamers Blue

7/14/2014

The Scorpions Orland 2015 Black defeated the St. Louis Gamers 17u Blue 5-3. Peyton Hopkins (2015, The First Academy, FL) was 1-for-2 with 2 RBIs. Quentin Davis (2015, Boone, FL) hit an RBI double and also drew a walk. Jacob Grenus (2015, Oscelola, FL) got the win, going 4 innings and striking out 5. The Gamers' Ryan Mantle (2015, Linn, MO), a Missouri State commit, was 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBIs. Pitcher Michael Bruin (2016, Home School, MO) ran his fastball up to 89 mph. 

Jackets Top Hurricanes 9-7

7/13/2014

The Georgia Jackets 17U beat the Hampton Roads Hurricanes 9-7 in a high scoring, back and forth game. 
The Jackets were led by Johnathan Meuse, (2015, Woodstock HS, GA) who went 2-3 with a double, a single and two RBIs. Grant Pfost, (2017, Sequoyah HS, GA) also had two hits, both singles, and drove in a run and scored two runs. On the mound, Brantley Flanagan, (2014, Sequoyah, GA) pitched three perfect innings and struck out six. He used a 79-81 mph fastball that maxed out at 83 mph and also mixed in a curveball, slider and changeup. 
Caleb Ward, (2015, Phoebus HS, VA) led the Hampton Roads offense going 1-3 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored. Mason Adamson, (2016, Woodside HS, VA) and Liam Griffin, (2015, York HS, VA) each had two hits. Adamson also scored a run while Griffin had an RBI and scored two runs. 

Palm Beach, Knights Tie 3-3

7/13/2014

Palm Beach Select and the IBAHS Knights tied at 3-3 to start the BCS Finals 0-0-1.
Palm Beach was lead by starting pitcher Dorion Kemp, (2015, Trinity Christian Academy, FL) who pitched three innings, allowing two runs on six hits while striking out four. Brock Minich, (2015, Jupiter HS, FL) also had a good outing on the mound, throwing two scoreless innings, only allowing one hit while striking out four. Jarrett O' Leary, (2015, John Carroll Catholic, FL) a North Florida commit, led the Palm Beach offense with a solo home run and drew two walks. 
Jashua Moreno, (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) pitched 3.1 innings, allowing three runs on five hits while striking out two. Javier Martinez, (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) and Erick Rodriguez, (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) each had two hits for the Knights. One of Martinez's hits was a double. 

Panthers Defeat Legends 6-2

7/13/2014

The West Boca Panthers beat the Legends 17U Prospect Team 6-2 start the BCS Finals 1-0. 
Brendan Brundage, (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) pitched a complete game, only allowing two runs on seven hits while striking out three. Brundage primarily used his fastball, but mixed in a curveball, changeup and slider as well. Lead off hitter Justin Hernandez, (2015, American Heritage, FL) led the Panthers offense going a perfect 3-3 a double, two singles, two RBIs and a run scored. Michael Malinchak, (2017, Westminster Academy, FL) and Dominic Iagrossi, (2016, West Boca Raton, FL) each had two singles and an RBI. 
Andrew Olszak, (2016, Danvers HS, MA) pitched five innings, only allowing four runs on 11 hits while striking out three. He was also the offensive leader going 2-3 with a double, a single and an RBI. 

Expos Score Late to Tie Game at 1

7/13/2014

The Mountain Expos scored a run in the bottom of the 7th to overcome a one run deficit and tie Team Mizuno Northeast Pride at one. 
Zachary Wood, (2015, Gaffney HS, SC) pitched four strong innings and didn't allow a hit and was charged with one unearned run while striking out seven. Wood primarily used his fastball that averaged between 79-80 mph and maxed out at 83 mph. Camron Farley, (2015, Gaffney HS, SC) also had a good outing, pitching 2.1 innings and only allowed two hits while striking out four. Justin Sparks, (2015, Hendersonville HS, NC) was the offensive leader for the Expos as he went 2-3 with two singles and an RBI. 
Kyle Skidmore, (2015, Franklin HS, MA) pitched a complete game for Team Mizuno, only allowing one run on four hits while striking out four. 

Rockets Offense Scores 17 Runs

7/13/2014

The Easton Rockets offense had no problems finding their groove at the plate as their offense exploded for a 17 run outburst in a 17-0 win over the South Oakland A's. 
Lead off hitter Dakota Julylia, (2015, Summit Christian HS, FL, a Jacksonville commit, went 3-4 with two doubles, a triple, two runs scored and four RBIs to lead the Rockets' offense. James Vaughan, (2016, The King's Academy , FL) also had a big offensive day going 2-3 with a double, a single, two RBIs, and two runs scored. Nyle Newland, (2015, Park Vista Community, FL) added three hits, including a double and two singles, along with two RBIs and two runs scored. Kyle Bauer pitched four scoreless innings, only allowing three hits while striking out three. 
Matt Wheatley, (2015, Northville HS, MI) started the game for the A's and pitched four innings and finished with four strikeouts. 

FTB PR Wins Due to Espada's Arm

7/13/2014

FTB Puerto Rico's Jose Espada, (2015, Jose Felipe Zayas, PR) pitched five strong innings and didn't allow a run on one hit while striking out seven in a 6-2 win over So Cal NTT. Espada displayed a 79-82/86 mph fastball as well as pinpoint command of his pitches. 
He received offensive run support from teammate Luis Camacho, (2015, PR Baseball Academy, PR), who went a perfect 2-2 with a double, a single, two RBIs, a walk and a run scored. Efren Ortiz, (2014, PR) also added two RBIs and Anthony Cruz added two hits, including a double, and two RBIs.
Bobby Fulkerson, (2015, Orange County Lutheran, CA) had an equally impressive performance on the mound as he pitched 5.1 innings, allowing three runs on seven hits while striking out 13. Fulkerson primarily used his fastball that averaged between 76-81 mph, maxing out at 84 mph, and mixed in a good 12/6 curveball. Isaiah Berg, (2015, Buckingham Browne Nichols HS, MA) was the offensive leader for So Cal NTT going a perfect 2-2 with a double and a single with a run score. 

Seminoles Rally for 2 Late, Tie Tigers 2-2

7/13/2014

The Jersey Seminoles scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth after being in a 2-0 deficit since the 3rd inning to tie the game at 2-2. 
Russell Forthofer, (2015, Columbus HS, GA) pitched five scoreless innings for the East Cobb Tigers and only allowed one hit while striking out six. John Castro, (2015, Blessed Trinity Catholic, GA) drove in his team's only run and had a single. 
Justin Salem, (2015, Bergen Catholic HS, NJ) pitched three perfect innings and struck out one. Salem used an electric fastball that averaged between 79-83 mph and maxed out at 88 mph. Steven Acosta, (2015, High Tech HS, NJ) and Kyle Weiner, (2015, Bergen Catholic, NJ) pitched two innings and recorded two strikeouts each. Cory Heitler, (2015, Fair Lawn HS, NJ) went 1-3 with a single and drove in the Seminole's only two runs. 

Breakers' Pitchers Allow 2 Hits in 7-1 Win

7/13/2014

The South Florida Breakers 17U used four pitchers to execute a one run on two hit pitching gem in a 7-1 win over the Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass. 
Alec Duffy, (2015, Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, FL) was the starting pitcher for the Breakers and pitched four innings, only allowing two hits, an unearned run and struck out two. Duffy attacked hitters as 76 percent of his pitches were strikes, including 12 first pitch strikes out of the 13 batters he faced. Junior Frenadez, Nate Collins, (2015, Gulf Coast HS, FL) and Frankie Corridora, (2015, Westminster Academy, FL) each pitched a scoreless inning to hold the Scorpions to just the one run. 
Austin Marrow, (2015, Cardinal Gibbons HS, FL) provided the offense for the breakers, going 2-3 with two singles, two RBIs, a stolen base and a run scored. David Carnicella, (2015, Homeschool, FL) also had two hits, a single and a double, to go with a run scored. 
Rhys Pollock, (2015, Nease HS, FL) provided the lone run for the Scorpions and also had a single. Matthew Reitz, (2015, Providence HS, FL) pitched six innings and allowing five earned runs on 10 hits while striking out seven. 

Offense Shines in Thunder Win

7/13/2014

The Boca Thunder Baseball put on an offensive show, scoring eight runs to the tune of 13 team hits from nine different players as they take down the St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue 8-1. Adam Saks (2015, Pine Crest HS, FL) powered the Thunder offense with a 3-4 game at the plate with two RBIs, two runs scored and a double. 

Saks also picked up the win from the mound for the Thunder after tossing three innings to start out the game, showing a smooth, online delivery with an easy follow through on a fastball averaging 85 mph and topping out at 89 mph.

Scorpions South defeats Terror Baseball

7/13/2014

Scorpions South Upperclass defeated Terror Baseball in convincing fashion, 7-1.

Leadoff hitter Matthew Mika and Connor Stephens each went 2-4 in the game, with two singles, and two runs scored a piece.  Matt Hodges also went 2-4 with a double, single, one run and two RBIs.  Franco Camacho contributed with a homerun, and Joe Genord had a double of his own.

On the mound, Steven Plaskett went three innings, giving up just one hit and struck out four.  He did a good job of commanding all of his pitches, and showed off a fastball that topped out at 87 mph.

For Terror Baseball, Joesph Lagreco (2015, Northshore HS, LA) went 2-3 with two singles.


South Florida Prospects Take 9-3 Win

7/13/2014

The South Florida Prospects scored early and often, putting up two runs in the first and four in the sixth to ice the game and take the win over the East Cobb Padres 17U 9-3. The Prospects logged 11 hits from eight different players as Steven Seager (2015, South Plantation HS, FL) led the way offensively with a 2-3 game at the plate with two RBIs and two run scored. Courage Hidgon (2015, Marietta HS, GA) sparked the Padres offense to six hits with two of his own, finishing 2-3 with a run scored. 

Alex Ginn (2015, Marjorie Stoneman Douglas HS, FL) picked up the win for the Prospects for his four innings on the mound to start out the game. Ginn allowed five hits and two runs, both earned, while walking two and striking out seven with a fastball averaging 78 mph and topping out at 82 mph. 

Tampa Bay and Scorpions Battle to Tie

7/13/2014

Team Tampa Bay and the San Diego Scorpions battled to a 3-3 tie after Team Tampa Bay scored all three of their runs in the top of the sixth to take the lead. The Scorpions answered back with the tying run, and only two batters from both teams reached base afterwards. Tampa Bay outhit the Scorpions 7-4, but San Diego got a standout game from Aaron Colmenares (2016, Mater Dei Catholic HS, CA). Colmenares led all batters by knocking half of his team's hits with two RBIs and a run scored.

Prospects Roll to 8-4 Win

7/13/2014

The Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 scored early and often, scoring six runs in the first two innings as they rolled to an 8-4 win over the Boston Scorpions Baseball Club despite three fielding errors. Both offenses logged eight hits with the Josh Kiehle (2015, Orange HS, NC) leading the way for the Prospects. Kiehle finished 2-3 with two RBIs, a run scored, a double and a fielding error. The Scorpions got a countering game from Robert Tramondozzi (2015, Peabody Veterans Memorial HS, MA) who finished a perfect 2-2 at the plate with two RBIs and a double play on defense. 

Patrick Morton (2015, Panther Creek HS, NC) took home the win for the Prospects for his three and two thirds innings on the mound to start out the game. Morton allowed seven hits and four runs, two earned, while walking one and striking out three with a fastball averaging 84 mph and topping out at 86 mph. 

PBC PAL Survives With Late Run

7/13/2014

PBC PAL 17U needed some late-game heroics from James Buckley (2015, Coral Springs Christian Acadmey, FL) to take the win 1-0 over the Sandlot Elite 17U. Buckley took first after being hit by the pitch, was advanced by a single and stole both third and home to give PBC the winning advantage. 

Zakary Sprankle (2016, Jupiter HS, FL) picked up the win for PBC for his five innings on the mound to spur the shutout. Sprankle threw 68 pitches and allowed four hits and no runs while walking two and striking out five with a three-pitch rotation featuring a fastball averaging 80 mph and topping out at 83 mph. 

Tyrell Ricks (2015, Herndon HS, VA) took the loss for the Sandlot for his full game of six innings on the mound. Ricks threw 91 pitches and allowed five hits and one earned run while walking three and striking out eight with a fastball averaging 82 mph and topping out at 87 mph. 

Bulldogs Blank Banditos 12-0

7/13/2014

The East Cobb Bulldogs 17U showcased their offense in a 12-0 shutout over the Banditos Houston in four innings to take first place in the Pool VW standings. The Bulldogs logged ten hits from six different players with Jackson Webb (2015, Fellowship Christian HS, GA) leading the way offensively. Webb finished with a perfect 3-3 game at the plate with a game-high four RBIs, a run scored, a double and a stolen base. 

Nicholas Dye (2016, Central HS, GA) took home the win for the Bulldogs for his two innings on the mound to start out the game. Dye threw 48 pitches and allowed one hit and no runs while walking two and striking out three with a fastball averaging 78 mph and topping out at 81 mph. 

Hit & Run Takes 7-4 Win

7/13/2014

Hit & Run Team 17 took the win 7-4 over the Lobos Baseball behind an offense that logged double-digit hits. The Hit & Run offense logged ten hits from seven different players with Maverick Gagliano (2015, Carrollwood Day HS, FL) leading the way. Gagliano finished 2-3 at the plate with two RBIs and his team's only hit for extra bases, a double in the top of the fourth to score two to tie the game up. The Lobos didn't fade away quietly, knocking five of their six hits for doubles with Mason Minister (2016, Smithson Valley HS, TX) leading the way, finishing 2-3 with an RBI, two runs scored and two doubles.

Jake Martinez (2015, Tarpon Springs, FL) picked up the win for Hit & Run after spending six innings on the mound. Martinez threw 76 pitches and allowed six hits and four runs, all earned, while walking one, striking out three and logging a strike on 65 percent of his pitches with a fastball averaging 75 mph and topping out at 78 mph. 

Astros Cruise to 10-2 Win

7/13/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16U scored early and often, saving most of their scoring for a six-run fifth inning to take the win 10-2 in five innings over Next Level 17U. The Astros offense outhit Next Level 9-4 and was led by Jordan Hollowman Scott (2015, Eagle's Landing Christian Academy, GA). Scott, a Top 300 player nationally and a University of Georgia commit, led all batters with a 2-3 game at the plate with a game-high four RBIs, two runs scored, a stolen base, a double and a triple. The Next Level offense tried to counter with a perfect game from Blake Reese (2015, Lincoln HS, FL) who finished 2-2 with a run scored and a double.

Braxton Garrett (2016, Foley HS, AL) picked up the win for the Astros for his three innings on the mound to start out the game, throwing 64 pitches and allowing one hit and no runs while walking two and striking out three. Garrett showed control around the plate with all his pitches and a smooth, online delivery with good extension out front on a three-pitch rotation featuring a fastball averaging 87 mph and topping out at 90 mph. 

Academy and Seminoles Battle to Tie

7/13/2014

The Big League Baseball Academy and the Batting 1.000 Seminoles battled to a 4-4 tie thanks to a late run from the Academy. Both teams flashed their offenses' potential with the Seminoles outhitting the Academy 10-8.

John Dehler (2015, Chaminade HS, NY) powered the Seminoles offense with a perfect game at the plate, finishing 3-3 with an RBI, a run scored, a walk and a double. Garrett Spencer (2015, Concordia Lutheran HS, TX) sparked the Academy to their eight hits with two of his own to finish 2-3 at the plate with two RBIs, a run scored and his team's only hit for extra bases with a double. 

Ammo Explode With Nine-Run Fifth

7/13/2014

The Team Louisiana Ammo used a huge nine-run fifth inning to put the game out of reach and take the win over the Antonelli Baseball 11-5. The Ammo offense knocked in ten hits from five different players and was led by the trio of Dillian Gilbert (2015, Ouachita Christian HS, LA), Jake Slaughter (2016, Ouachita Christian HS, LA) and Drew Primeaux (2015, Erath HS, LA). Gilbert finished 3-4 at the plate with an RBI, a run scored, a double and a double play defensively with Slaughter going 2-3 with three RBIs, three runs scored and a double. Primeaux added in a 2-3 game with three-RBIs, a run scored, a double, a stolen base and two double plays on defense. 

Both teams dug deep to find success on the mound as a combine seven players from both team logged time on the mound with Kyle Griffen (2016, Sulpher HS, LA) taking home the win for the Ammo. Griffen tossed the fifth inning and allowed no hits, runs, or walks with no strikeouts on a fastball averaging 76 mph and topping out at 78 mph. 

Tomball Thunder Survive Scorpions

7/13/2014

The Tomball Thunder survived the Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black and took the win 3-2 thanks to a late double and RBI from Matthew Kirschke (2015, Tomball HS, TX). Kirschke finished 1-3 with the winning RBI and his team's only hit for extra bases. Peyton Hopkins (2015, The First Academy, FL) sparked the Scorpions offense to seven hits with a 2-3 game at the plate with an RBI, a triple and a stolen base.

Nathan Crowe (2014, Tomball HS, TX) picked up the win for the Thunder for his full game of seven innings on the mound. Crowe threw 91 pitches and allowed seven hits and two runs, one earned, while walking one and striking out five with a fastball averaging 84 mph and topping out at 87 mph. 

Cubs Blank Ronin Bat Co.

7/13/2014

The Morris County Cubs shut out the Ronin Bat Co. 17U Black and took the win 5-0 in four innings, putting up four runs in the first inning and holding Ronin to only two hits. The Cubs offense logged five hits from five different players with Patrick Davis (2016, The Morristown-Beard HS, NJ) turning his into a double with an RBI and a run scored. 

Alex Busby (2015, Roxbury HS, NJ) took home the win for the Cubs for his one and two thirds innings on the mound. Busby allowed no hits or runs while walking one and striking out one with a fastball averaging 77 mph and topping out at 81 mph. 

SCORE International Defeat Antonelli Baseball

7/13/2014

SCORE International 17u defeat Antonelli Baseball 4-0 in seven innings. Chase DeBonis (2015, Steinbrenner, FL) sparked SCORE International's offense by going 1-3 with a team high three RBI. Alex Dominguez (2015, Faith Baptist Christian, FL) and Jesus Munoz (2017, Dominican Republic, FL) were both productive at the plate as Dominguez went 2-3 with with a walk and one run scored, and Munoz was 1-1 with a double.

Debonis also performed on the mound by going four strong innings allowing no runs on one hit. His fastball maxed out at 85 mph  on the day. 

 

Team Louisiana's Offense Prove to be Too Much

7/13/2014

Team Louisiana Ammo's offense carries them to victory as the defeat Aces Baseball Club in a 11-0 rout. Team Louisiana scored all 11 of their runs in the first three innings of Sunday's five inning ball game. Cameron Lanclos (2015, Loreauville, LA) had a monster day at the plate going 3-4 with three doubles and two RBI. Kane Bass (2015, Rosepine, LA) was also productive at the plate going 2-2 with a walk, three RBI, and a run scored.

Aaron George (2015, Ouachita Christian, LA)  had a good day on the mound as he went four innings allowing no runs on just one hit. George has a plus fastball that topped out at 85 mph. 

Big League Academy Wins a High Scoring Affair

7/13/2014

Big League Academy was able fight their way past Next Level 17u 10-7 in offensive battle. The two teams combined for 25 hits in only six innings of play. Brady Kainer (2016, Tomball Memorial, TX) led the Big League offense by going 3-4 with a double and four huge RBI. Garrett Spencer (2015, Concordia Lutheran, TX) and Tannon Symm (2015, Tomball Memorial, TX) also had very productive days at the plate. Spencer went 3-4 with a triple and two RBI, and Symm was 2-4 with a RBI and a run scored.

Austin Kelley (2015, Tomball, TX) picked up the win on the mound for Big League Academy by going five innings and allowing two earned runs. Kelley's fastball sat at 85 mph throughout his five innings of work.

Shawn Blue (2015, Aucilla Christian Academy, FL) and Darren Hasch (2015, Fort Walton Beach, FL) were bright spots in Next Level's lineup as each of them recorded multi hit games with each of them stretching one of their hits into a double.

East Cobb Astros Win in 5 innings

7/13/2014

The East Cobb Astros 16u roll past Batting 1.000 Seminoles 11-1 in five innings of play. Malique Foreman (2016, Mays, GA), Rankin Woley (2016, The Westminster Schools, GA), and Carter Kieboom (2016, Walton, GA) all were able to record two hits in Sunday's ball game. Foreman went a perfect 2-2 with an RBI, two walks, and three runs scored. Woley was 2-3 with a double, two RBI, and a run scored. Lastly, Kieboom was 2-3 with two RBI and a run scored. 

Cason Greathouse (2016, Columbus, GA) got the win on the mound going all five innings allowing only one earned run.

Indian Prospects Shutout East Cobb Twins

7/13/2014

The Indiana Prospects 17u shutout the East Cobb twins 14-0 on Sunday. The game only lasted six innings, but the Prospects were able to record 14 team hits. Jerrett Montgomery (2015, Lawrence Central, IN), Clayton Dungan (2015, Yorktown, IN), and Leo Lopez (2015, Frankfort Senior, IN) all recorded three hits during the ball game. Montgomery, who is committed to play at Florida State, recorded six RBI on a double and a home run. Both Dungan and Lopez turned two of their hits into extra bases as well, as both of them recorded a double and a triple. They drove in a combined four RBI. 

The West Virginia commit, Jacob Brewer (2015, South Ridge, IN) got the win going five innings striking out 10 batters and allowing no earned runs on three hits. Brewer topped out at 84 mph. 

Scorpions Orlando Coast to an Easy Victory

7/13/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple coast to an easy victory over the Long Island Whalers by a score of 10-2. The game only went five innings, but the Scorpions still managed to pound out 13 team hits. Connor Slagill (2015, Plant City, FL) had a huge day at the plate going going 2-3 with with three RBI, a home run, and two runs scored. Alex Skinner (2015, West Orange, FL), Landon Seymour (2015, North Florida Christian, FL), and Jonathan Elicier (2016, Apopka, FL) all had productive days at the plate and went 2-3 for the Scorpions. 

UCF commit Stephen Wells (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) went three strong innings for the Scorpions allowing no earned runs on three hits. Wells fastball maxed out at 86 mph on the day.

Fordham commit, Reiss Knehr (2015, St. Dominic, NY), led the Whalers offense by going 2-3 with a double and an RBI. 

Ben Hiatt Gets Shutout Win for Prospects

7/13/2014

Ben Hiatt (2015, Plant HS, FL) controlled the game from the mound for the All American Prospects 17U, pitching the shutout as the Prospects took the win over the Houston Banditos South 5-0. Hiatt, a High Follow and Top 200 FL player, threw the full game of seven innings, tossed 78 pitches and allowed two hits and no runs or walks while striking out 11 and logging a strike on 79 percent of pitches with a four-pitch rotation featuring a high 3/4 arm angle on a good slider and a fastball averaging 81 mph and topping out at 86 mph.

The Prospects couldn't win without offense however, and the offense came through to the tune of six hits from six different players with Kyle Tucker (2015, Plant HS, FL) turning his one hit into a solo homer in the bottom of the third to finish 1-1 with two RBIs, a run scored, a stolen base and a walk. 

Scorpions Roll to 11-1 Win

7/13/2014

The Scorpions Orlando 2015 Purple scored early and often, putting up two runs in the first and eight runs in the second as they rolled to an 11-1 blowout win over the Indiana Prospects 17U. Matthew Sullivan (2015, Dr. Phillips HS, FL), a High Follow, powered the Scorpions' offense to six hits from five players with a 2-3 game at the plate with an RBI. 

Sam Lainer (2015, Winter Park HS, FL) took the win for the Scorpions for throwing the first inning of the game. Lainer tossed 22 pitches and allowed no hits or runs while walking one and striking out one with a fastball averaging 88 mph and topping out at 91 mph before being relieved in the second after the huge scoring push by Trey Van Der Weide (2015, Lake Brantley HS, FL). Van Der Weide, a High Follow and Top 150 FL player,  finished out the game on the mound and allowed two hits and one earned run while walking one and striking out six with a fastball averaging 80 mph and topping out at 85 mph

Scorpions Prime Shutout Morris County Cubs

7/13/2014

Scorpions 2015 Prime shuts out the Morris County Cubs 9-0 in six innings. Mississippi commit Ramon Alejo (2015, Boone, FL) had a massive day at the plate going 3-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored. South Florida Commit Cameron Montgomery (2015 Olympia, FL) and Jonah Garrison (2015, Edgewater, FL) both stepped up at the plate as well, and went a comined 2-5 with a double, five RBI and a run scored. 

UCF commit Bryce Tucker (2015, Lake Brantley, FL) got the win by going four innings allowing no earned runs while also striking out seven. The lefty did a tremendous job hitting his spots with his 82 mph fastball.

Aces and SCORE Battle to 4-4 Tie

7/13/2014

The Aces Baseball Club and SCORE International 17U battled to a 4-4 tie as each team showed their strength: The Aces offense put up seven hits but their defense committed five fielding errors with SCORE playing clean on defense but only putting up two hits. 

The Aces offense got their power from Elliot Shebek (2015, Carmel HS, IN). Shebek finished 2-3 at the plate with two runs scored and a double with an error on defense. The SCORE offense had both of their hits come from Dalton Wingo (2017, Plant City HS, FL) as he finished 2-4 at the plate with two runs scored, an RBI, a double and a stolen base with his team's lone fielding error. 

Ronin Bat Co. Roll Past CagerRat Baseball

7/13/2014

Ronin Bat Co. 17u Black rolls past CageRat Baseball 10-1 in five innings thanks to a huge six run third inning. Paris Junior College commit, Nathan Hickey (2014, Granbury, TX) led Ronin Bat's offense by going 2-3 with a double, a run scored, and two RBI. Mario Quintanilla (2015, Liberty, TX) was also able to record a multi hit game going 2-2 with a walk, a run scored, and an RBI.

Quaid Gunnells (2015, Weatherford, TX) got the win on the mound by going three innings and only allowing one run.  His fastball topped out at 83 mph.

Daniel Kraemer (2016, Marion, IN) gave a great effort at the plate by going 2-2 at the plate with an RBI.

Florida Burn Blowout Team All American

7/13/2014

Florida Burn 2015 Pennate blow out Team All American 7-0 in seven innings. The Burn offense was led by Florida commit Deacon Liput (2015, Oviedo, FL) who went 2-3 with two doubles and three RBI. Jimmy Kuebler (2015, Out-Of-Door Academy, FL) added to the Burn's offense of surge by going 1-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Kade Hunkapiller (2015, Vennice Senior, FL) grabbed the win for the Burn by going four strong innings allowing only three hits and no earned runs. 

Evan Cheng (2015, Allderdice, PA) had a productive day at the plate for Team All American by going 2-3 with two singles.


Texas wins a close one

7/13/2014

The Texas Drillers scored one in the second and one in the sixth en route to a 2-0 victory over the Elite Squad 17u TPX. Jacob Kennedy (2015, Claudia Taylor, San Antonio, TX) picked up the win for the Drillers going 6 strong innings. He allowed no earned and just 2 hits, while striking out 6.

Mitchel Caskey (2016, Westside, Sugarland, TX) led the offense for the Drillers. He went a perfect 2-2 with a home run. Brandt Belk (2016 Westside, Houston, TX) also collected 2 hits in a 2-3 day.

Justin Lamazares (2015, American Heritage, Pembroke Pines, FL), a Campbell commit, led the offense for Elite Squad. He went a perfect 2-2.

Florida Burn score in bunches

7/13/2014

The Florida Burn 2015 Pennant scored early and often, including a 10-run third inning, en route to a 19-0 victory over Lobos Baseball. Dillon McCollough (2015, Pine Ridge, Deltona, FL) went 2.1 innings for the Burn. He allowed no earned and just 1 hit, while striking out 5 and walking none.

Deacon Liput (2015, Oviedo, Oviedo, FL) led the offense for the Burn. He finished the day 2-2 with a triple, 2 RBI, and 3 runs scored. Ty Craft (2015, Jeff Davis, Uvalda, GA) also had two hits. He went 2-2 with a double, 2 RBI, and a run scored.

The Burn had an impressive 10 hits, 13 RBI, and 3 triples.

Team All American gets it done

7/13/2014

Team All American scored 6 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to secure a 10-2 win over the Coastal Prospects 17u Americans. Dustin Lander (2015, South Side, Hookstown, PA) and Eric Mikulan (2015, Hampton, Allison Park, PA) did well in their 5 innings on the mound for Team All American. Lander allowed just 2 earned and 4 hits in 3.1 innings, while Mikulan allowed no earned and no hits in 1.1 innings. They combined for 7 strikeouts (Landers had 6).

Shane Mallon (2015, Penn Trafford, Trafford, PA) led the offense for Team All American. He went 2-3 with 2 runs scored.

Coastal Prospects Shutout Lobos

7/13/2014

The Coastal Prospects 17u American shutout Lobos Baseball 2-0 thanks to a great pitching performance from Dylan Pate (2015, University Christian, FL). Pate got the win by going all seven innings allowing three hits, no runs while also recording six strikeouts. His fastball sat around 80 mph and threw a plus knuckleball. Hunter Brown (2015, University Christian, FL) was able to get on base twice today by going 2-3 with two singles. Riley Brandvoid (2015, Christs Church Academy, FL) recorded the only extra base hit for the Costal Prospects and ended the day 1-3 with a double. 

Corey Shedrock (2015, Canyon Lake, TX) was a bright spot in the Lobos line up by going 2-3 with a double.

Florida Hardballers do it all

7/13/2014

The Florida Hardballers 17u did everything right in their 9-0 victory over the Central CT Select. Austin Burritt (2015, Sante Fe, Alachua, FL) and Tim Carter (2015, Suwannee, Live Oak, FL) pitched well for Florida. They combined to allow no earned and just 4 hits, while striking out 5. Carter also added an RBI on offense.

Blaise Maris (2015, St. Francis, Gainesville, FL) led the offense for Florida. He went 2-3 with a double and a run scored. Wyatt Jackson went 2-3 with 2 doubles and an RBI.

Brian Schied (2016, Bacon Academy, East Hampton, CT) pitched well in his 3 innings for Central CT. He allowed only an earned run and 1 hit, while striking out 2.

East Cobb Bulldogs Fight Past South Jersey

7/13/2014

The East Cobb Bulldogs cruise past South Jersey Sandsharks High School Showcase 11-4 in seven innings. Bronco O'Brien (2015, Blessed Trinity Catholic, GA) had a massive day at the plate for the Bulldogs going 1-1 with a home run, two walks, one RBI and one run scored. Cole Austin (2015, Harrison, GA) was also very productive going 2-5 with a double, and triple, and two RBI. Michael Burlas (2014, Fellowship Christian, GA), who was 2-3, did not manage to knock any runs in, but he was able to score three runs for the Bulldogs. 

Braden Zarbnisky (2015, Pope, GA) picked up the win on the mound going three innings giving up no hit or runs while also striking out five Sandshark batters. Zarbnisky's fastball sat 88-89 mph throughout his three innings of work.

Nick Artymowicz (2016, Ocean City, NJ) lead the Sandshark offense by going 1-3 with two RBI.

Banditos Houston Win in 5 Innings

7/13/2014

Banditos Houston roll past Florida Burn Navy 2015 9-0 in five innings. The Banditos were able to fight their way to victory thanks to a huge five run fifth inning. Nathan Weaver (2015, George Ranch, TX) was 1-1 with two RBI, two walks, a triple, and two runs scored. Dillion Dinges (2015, Dulles, TX) also had a huge day at the plate as he was 1-3 with two RBI. 

New Mexico commit, Christian Tripp (2015, Klein, TX), got the win going all five innings giving up only two hits and no earned runs. Tripp's fastball topped out at 85 mph.

South Florida Prospects Fight off the Scorpions

7/13/2014

The South Florida Prospects 17u were able to fend off the San Diego Scorpions 3-2 in seven innings thanks to a three run fifth inning. Steven Seager (2015, South Plantation, FL) had a great day at the plate by going a perfect 3-3 with a double and a run scored. Tyler Price (2015, Plantation, FL) also had a productive day as he went 1-2 with two RBI and a run scored. Tommy Taborda (2015, Calvary Christian Academy, FL) was able to grab the win on the mound as he threw three innings giving up no runs on two hits. His fastball maxed out at 86 mph. 

Aaron Colmenares (2016, Mater Dei Catholic, CA) drove in the only run for the Scorpions and ended the day 1-3.

Team Tampa Bay Defeats East Cobb Padres

7/13/2014

Team Tampa Bay defeats the East Cobb Padres 17u 8-1 thanks to a huge five run sixth inning. Jamaal Chaney (2015, Lakewood, FL) was a perfect 2-2 with an RBI, a walk and one run scored. Michael Ferrandiz (2014, Lakewood, FL) was also prefect at the plate by going 1-1 with two RBI and a run scored. Max Raminiski (2015, Tarpon Springs, FL) picked up the win on the mound today by going 5.2 innings allowing one run on five hits. 

Adam Chisum (2016, North Paulding, GA) was a spark plug in the Padres lineup by going 2-3 and driving in his teams only run. 

PBC PAL Rolls Past Boston Scorpions

7/13/2014

PCB PAL 17u cruises to victory over Boston Scorpions Baseball Club 10-0. The game only went five innings, but PCB were able to pound out ten team hits. Zach Zientarski (2016, The Benjamin School, FL) went 1-2 on the day and led the team with two RBI. Kevin Thomas (2015, North Broward Prep, FL) also added to the ten team runs by going 2-3 with an RBI, one run scored, and a double. Jowenrick Daantji (2015, Trinity Christian, FL) had an impressive RBI triple for PCB and ended the day 1-3 with one RBI. 

Mitchell Senger (2016, Boca Raton Community, FL) picked up the win for PCB by going three strong innings allowing only one hit and no earned runs.

Rawlings Prospects Shutout Sandlot

7/13/2014

The Rawlings Prospects NC 2015 shutout Sandlot Elite 17u 1-0 in their seven inning ball game. It was a well pitched ball game for both teams as there was only a combined five hits in the game. Alex Royalty (2015, Millbrook, NC)  picked up the win for the Rawlings Prospects by going five innings allowing no earned runs on two hits while also striking out eleven batters. Diego Guerrero (2015, Middle Creek, NC) provided the offense for the Prospects by going 1-2 and driving in the only run for them. 

Jamie Gomez (2015, Chantilly, VA) got the loss on the hill for Sandlot Elite, but he went a strong seven innings giving up no earned runs on three hits while striking out seven batters.

Long Island gets the win

7/13/2014

All the scoring came in the third inning as the Long Island Tigers 17u beat the East Cobb Astros 17u 4-2. Chris Tessitore (2014, Kellenberg Memorial, Baldwin, NY) pitched all 7 innings for Long Island. He allowed no earned and just 4 hits, while striking out 4. Casey Cobb (2015, Harris County, Hamilton, GA) pitched well for East Cobb in his 4 innings of work. He allowed no earned and just 4 hits, while striking out 6.

Michael Manzoine (2015, Glen Cove, Glen Cove, NY) and Austin Ruiz (2015, High School of Telecommunications, Brooklyn, NY) each went 1-3 with an RBI for Long Island.

Marlins Scout Team Defeats

7/13/2014

The Marlins Scout Team narrowly defeats Florida Suns Baseball 17u 4-3 in seven innings. The Marlins lead the whole game and scored their four runs off of five team hits. Jacob Hughey (2015, Millikan, CA) had a nice day at the plate going a perfect 1-1 with a two RBI. DeMarcus Evans (2015, Petal, MS) got the win on the mound today by going two innings and giving up only one earned run. Evans explosive fastball sat 88-91 mph today. 

Julian Burgress (2016, West Broward, FL) was productive at the plate for the Florida Suns and went 2-3 with two singles.

Big League Baseball impresses

7/13/2014

The Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes had great pitching a good hitting in their 8-0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Grant Guillory (2015, St. Johns, Houston, TX) went 6 strong innings for Big League Baseball and picked up the win. He allowed no earned and just 1 hit, while striking out 5. He also went 2-4 at the plate.

Nick Blomgren (2015, Craig, Milton, WI) had 2 doubles, an RBI, and 2 runs scored for Big League Baseball.

Florida wins

7/13/2014

The Florida Pokers Upperclass Carolina did enough in their 5-3 win over CFBL Mizuno 2015s. 4 Florida pitchers combined to allow just 3 earned and 4 hits, while striking out 9.

Equon Smith (2015, Haines City Senior, Dundee, FL) led the Florida offense. He went 2-3 with 2 RBI. Gavin Robinson (2015, J. P. Taravella, Coral Springs, FL) had a 2-2 day with a double with a run scored.

2 CFBL pitchers combined to allow just 1 earned and 7 hits, while striking out 3.

McKinney gets the win

7/13/2014

The McKinney Marshals 17 Hadeler held on for a 3-2 victory over the Florida Suns Baseball 17u. Travis Kemp (2015, Homeschool, Carrollton, TX) picked up the win for McKinney. He 4 innings allowing no earned and just 3 hits, while striking out 3.

Cayde Williams 2015, Newman South, Carrollton, TX) led the offense for McKinney. He went 2-3 with an RBI. Noah Vaughan (2015, Aubrey, Krugerville, TX) also went 2-3 with an RBI.

Julian Burgess (2016, West Broward, Pembroke Pines, FL) led Florida on offense. He 2-3 with a double.

Scorpion offense leads team to victory

7/13/2014

Scorpions South Upperclass took the 7-1 win over Terror Baseball.  UCF commit, Matthew Mika (2015, Park Vista Community, FL), had two hits and scored two runs.  Matt Hodges (2015, Tampa Preparatory, FL) had two hits with a double, two RBI's, and scored one run.  South Florida commit, Joe Genord (2015, Park Vista Community, FL), was 2-3 at bat hitting a double and had one RBI.  Franco Camacho (2015, Palm Beach Central, FL) hit a home run and had one RBI.

Air Force, Steven Plaskett (2015, East Lake, FL), faced twelve batters with a  fastball averaging at 85 mph and topping at 87 mph.  Shelby Banks (2015, Sarasota, FL) faced eleven batters with a fastball averaging at 66 mph and topping at 68 mph.  Casey Santos-Ocampo (2015, Barron-Collier, FL) pitched one inning with a fastball at 78 mph and topping at 81 mph.

Cole Holley (2015, East Ascension, LA) faced 16 batters with a fastball averaging at 79 mph and topping at 81 mph.  Tyler Pitre (2015, St Michael the Archangel, LA) faced 12 batters with a fastball averaging between 73-75 mph and topping at 78 mph.  Drew Kennedy (2015, Salmen, LA) faced 9 batters with a fastball averaging at 78 mph and topping at 79 mph.

RedHawks take the W

7/13/2014

Zoned RedHawks Elite 17U took the 5-3 win over Jacksonville Warriors 17U White.  Scott Cooper (2015, Bridgewater-Raritin, NJ) had two hits, two RBI's, and scored one run.  Mike Barbato (2015, Tappan Zee, NY) was 3-3 at bat with two RBIs.  PJ Strahm (2015, Rutgers Preparatory, NJ) faced 29 batters with a fastball averaging between 80-82 mph and topping at 84 mph.

For the Warriors, Mike Cassala (2015, Bartram Trail, FL) hit a double and scored one run.  John Cassala (2015, Bartram Trail, FL) was 3-3 at bat hitting a home run and had two RBI's.  Kyle Morton (2015, Fleming Island, FL) faced 18 batters with a fastball averaging between 80-82 mph and topping at 84 mph.  Cole Shaver (2015, Mandarin, FL) faced 15 batters with a fastball averaging between 77-79 mph and topping at 80 mph.

MPi Rallies for win

7/13/2014

MPi 17U defeated the MLI Phantoms by a score of 5-4.  Frank Montesino (2014, Miami, FL) had the game winning single in the bottom of the 7th for MPi.  Montesino singled to left field to score teammates Anthony Valdes (2015, Miami, FL) and Trent Bryan (2015, Miami, FL).  Valdes singled earlier in the inning and Bryan recorded two stolen bases in the contest.  

Joseph Sanchez (2017, Miami, FL) picked up the win on the hill for MPi.  Sanchez went 3.0 innings and allowed one hit, one earned run, and struck out three. 

Michael Amandola (2015, North Babylon, NY) and Ernie Geraci (2015, East Moriches, NY) both had RBIs for the Phantoms.  

Sun Devils too hot for Cardinals

7/13/2014

The Texas Sun Devils handled the Ronkonkoma Cardinals by a score of 9-1.  Texas commit Chase Shugart (2015, Bridge City, TX) went 1-2 with a two run homer for the Sun Devils.  Shugart's homer cleared the right field fence and extended the lead to 6-0.  He has a quick bat and drives the ball with hard contact. 

The Sun Devils offense continued their hot hitting throughout the contest.  Ethan Valdez (2015, San Antonio, TX) went 2-3 with two stolen bases.  Ford Proctor (2015, Beaumont, TX) went 2-2 with a triple and two RBIs.  Shane Selman (2015, Lake Charles, LA) contributed with a double and two RBIs. 

Grant Anderson (2015, Beaumont, TX) went 3.0 innings on the hill for the Devils.  Anderson allowed no earned runs, one walk, and struck out four.  The McNeese State commit, showed good arm side run on his 86 mph fastball.  He sets up hitters well and stays tall on his backside. 

Connor Picasio (2016, Farmingville, NY) went 2-2 for the Cardinals. 

Scorpions Black Edge Thunder

7/13/2014

Scorpions Orlando 2015 Black edged Boca Thunder Baseball by a score of 4-3.  Jackson Furstace (2015, Orlando, FL), Peyton Hopkins (2015, Windermere, FL), and Daniel Acevedo (2015, Debary, FL) all finished with two hits for the Scoprions.  Reilly Johnson (2015, Lake Wales, FL) led the Scorpions in RBIs with two.  

Eddie Miller (2015, Ocala, FL) tossed 4.0 innings for the Scorpions.  Miller showed good control to the plate, as he recorded no walks and four strikeouts.  His fastball maxed out at 83 mph. 

Stephan Gogreve (2015, Boca Raton, FL) went 2-3 with a home run for the Thunder.  Gogreve's home run cleared the center field wall in the bottom half of the 6th.  Joshua Parker (2015, Boca Raton, FL) went 1-3 with a double and two RBIs.  

St. Louis Gamers vs Tomball Thunder

7/13/2014

The St. Louis Gamers 17U Blue handled the Tomball Thunder by a score of 7-2.  Alex Barton (2015, Jefferson City, MO) and Todd Bushjost (2015, Jefferson City, MO) both had two hits for the Gamers.  Mizzou commit Ian Nelson (2015, Lake St. Louis, MO) went 1-4 with a double and two RBIs.  Storme Cooper (2015, O'Fallon, MO) and Ryan Mantle (2015, Linn, MO) both had RBIs in the contest.  

Logan Twehouse (2015, Columbia, MO) pitched 3.0 shutout innings for the Gamers.  Twehouse allowed just one walk, two hits, and struck out one. 

Josh Breaux (2015, Tomball, TX) went 2-2 with two doubles for the Thunder. 

IBAHS Knights edge out 6-5 Victory

7/13/2014

The IBAHS Knights edge out a 6-5 victory, defeating the Hampton Roads Hurricanes.

Erick Rodriguez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) led the way, going 1-2 with a homerun, one run, and three RBIs.  Javier Martinez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) went 1-2 as well, with a double and two runs scored.  Branden Sanchez (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) went 1-2 with one run and one RBI.

On the mound, Edrick D. Agosto (2015, International Baseball Academy, PR) a Broward CC commit, pitched three complete innings of work, giving up one earned run on four hits, and struck out three while walking one.  He had a good fastball that topped out at 92 mph.

For the Hurricanes, Ricks Dearing (2015, Grafton HS, VA) went 2-4 with two singles, one run, and two RBIs.  Seth Woodard (2015, Woodside HS, VA) showed off his speed with stealing two bases in the contest.


Palm Beach Select defeat the Jackets 9-2

7/13/2014

The Palm Beach Select defeated the Georgia Jackets 17U, 9-2.

Leadoff hitter Jacob Koos (2015, Wellington HS, FL) went 3-4 with three singles, one run and one RBI in the game.  Anthony Maniotis (2015, Wellington HS, FL) also went 3-4 with three singles, one run and three RBIs.  Cody Wilson (2015, Jupiter HS, FL) went 2-4 with a double, one run and one RBI.  Jarret O'Leary (2015, John Carroll Catholic HS, FL) also contributed with a double of his own in the game.  Bruce Martin (2015, Trinity Christian Academy, FL) showed off his speed, with stealing three bases in the contest.

Chad Tworek (2015, Santaluces Community, FL) pitched five complete innings, giving up just four hits, and struck out three.  He had a fastball that peaked at 83 mph, and mixed in a handful of off-speed pitches.

For the Jackets, Brantley Flanagan (2014, Sequoyah HS, GA) went 2-3 with a double, single, and one run scored.


Jersey Seminoles get Easy Victory 10-4

7/13/2014

The Jersey Seminoles grabbed the easy victory, defeating the South Florida Breakers 17U, 10-4.

Justin Salem (2015, Bergen Catholic, NJ) led the way, going a perfect 4-4 with two doubles, two singles, one run, and three RBIs in the game.  Cory Heitier (2015, Fair Lawn HS, NJ) went 2-4 with two singles, one run and one RBI.  Alex Trapani (2015, Hackensack HS, NJ) contributed with a double of his in the contest.

Heitier pitched one inning of work, showing good command and the ability to compete on the mound.  He had a good fastball that peaked at 86 mph, and mixed in a good, tight-rotating slider.

For the Breakers, Chase Reyes (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) went 2-2 with two doubles and a run scored.  Alec Kushner (2015, American Heritage HS, FL) went 2-3 with a double of his own, and one run and one RBI.


East Cobb Tigers edge by Scorpions 2-1

7/13/2014

The East Cobb Tigers edged by the Scorpions Jacksonville Upperclass, 2-1.

Bobby Gavreau (2015, Sprayberry HS, GA) a Georgia Tech commit, went 2-2 with two doubles, one run, one stolen base, and one RBI in the game.  Justin Evans (2015, Allatoona HS, GA) went 2-3 with a double, and one run.  Brian Exley (2014, Sequoyah HS, GA) pitched five complete innings, giving up just two hits, and struck out nine, with a fastball that topped out at 84 mph.  He mixed in a handful lof curveballs and a few sliders as his off-speed pitches.

For the Scorpions, Hunter Jones (2015, Providence HS, FL) went 1-2 with a triple, one stolen base, and one run scored.


Bombers and Lobos Draw

7/13/2014

The Bronx Bombers and the Lobos Baseball - Swain finished their contest in a 2-2 draw.  Jorge Meran (2015, Bronx, NY) tossed 5.0 innings for the Bombers.  Meran allowed just four hits, two runs, three walks, and struck out five.  He showed a good fastball that sat at 82-89 mph throughout the contest. Johann Paniagua (2014, Bronx, NY) had the lone hit for the Bombers and Felix Camacho (2015, Bronx, NY) had a RBI.

The Lobos trailed 2-0 in the top of the 5th until Mason Minister (2016, New Braunfels, TX) stepped to the plate.  Minister roped a double to centerfield that scored two teammates.  Mason Eddy (2016, San Antonio, TX) tossed 4.0 innings for the Lobos.  Eddy allowed just one hit and struck out five. 

Team Mizuno Grabs Easy win 8-2

7/13/2014

Team Mizuno Northeast Pride defeated SWFL 17U Navy in convincing fashion, 8-2.

Leadoff hitter Justin Johnson (2015, Everett HS, MA) went 2-4 with two singles, and one run scored.  Craig Corliss (2016, St. John's HS, MA) went 2-4 with a double and a single.  Anthony Chaiton (2015, Franklin HS, MA) went 2-3 with two singles, one run and two RBIs.

On the mound, Kevin Haley (2016, Worcester Academy, MA) pitched six complete innings, giving up one earned run on five hits, and struck out five while allowing three walks.  He had a fastball that topped out at 78 mph.

For SWFL, Logan Hanick (2015, Mariner HS, FL) went 2-3 with a double and a single.  Kenny Buzenius (2015, South Fort Meyers HS, FL) also had a double in the contest.


Mountain Expos Cruise to East 8-1 Win

7/13/2014

The Mountain Expos cruised to the easy 8-1 victory, defeating the Elite Squad 17U Slugger.

Jared Green (2015, A.C. Reynolds HS, NC) went 3-3 in the game, with a double, two singles, three runs, and two RBIs.  John Bennett (2015, East Rutherford HS, NC) went 2-4 with a homerun, two runs, and three RBIs.  Miles Moore (2015, Asheville HS, NC) went 2-3 with two doubles, and two RBIs.

Tim Wetter pitched a complete game, giving up one earned run on seven hits and struck out eight in the game.  He had a good fastball that averaged 80-82/83 mph, and effectively mixed in a good amount of curveballs, along with a few changeups and sliders, as his off-speed pitches.

For Slugger, Daniel Rodriguez Velez (2015, Pembroke Pines Charter, FL) went 2-3 with a homerun, one run and one RBI.  Griffin Conine (2015, Pine Crest HS, FL) contributed with a double.


SWFL 17U Opens With Victory

7/13/2014

SWFL 17U defeated Hit & Run Team 17 by a score of 7-0.  

SWFL 17U totaled 11 hits in the contest.  Alex Goebel (2015, Wesley Chapel, FL) went 1-3 with a two run homer that cleared the left field wall.  Goebel's homer scored Garrett Zech (2015, Naples, FL) who singled earlier in the inning.  Zuriel Collins (2015, Palm Harbor, FL) went 2-4 with three RBIs and Donovan Petrey (2015, Arcadia, FL) went 3-4 with two doubles.  

Garrett Bye (2015, Naples, FL) recorded eight K's in 3.0 innings on the hill.  His explosive fastball sat at 85-86 mph and touched 87 mph.  

Brandon Furr (2015, Lutz, FL) went 1-2 with a double for Team 17. 

Houston Banditos Grab the 5-3 Victory

7/13/2014

The Houston Banditos South defeated the Central CT Select, 5-3.

Leadoff hitter Tomas Gonzales (2015, Nimitz HS, TX) went 2-2 with two singles and one run.  Tyler LaBroski (2015, Lamar Cons HS, TX) went 1-2 with a double, one run, and two RBIs.  Peyton Noser (2015, George Ranch HS, TX) went 2-2 with a double, single, and one run scored.

On the mound, Gonzales pitched three innings of work, giving up one earned run on three hits and struck out one.  He had a fastball that topped out at 81 mph.

For the Select, Joe Leslie (2014, Ellington HS, CT) went 2-3 with two singles.  Justin Gallicchio (2016, Lewis S. Mills HS, CT) went 2-4 with two singles as well.


Hardballers defeat the Prospects West 3-1

7/13/2014

The Florida Hardballers 17U defeated the All American Prospects West 17U, 3-1.

Wyatt Jackson (2015, Suwannee HS, FL) went a perfect 3-3 from the plate, with three singles and one run scored.  Brooks Brasher (2015, Citrus HS, FL) went 1-2 with a single and two RBIs.  Benjamin Koff (2015, F.W. Buckholz HS, FL) contributed with a double and one run scored in the game.

On the mound, Koff pitched three complete innings of work, giving up just two hits, and struck out three.  He had a smooth delivery and attacked the hitters well, with a fastball that topped out at 88 mph, and mixed in a handful of off-speed pitches.

For the Prospects West, Jake Bak (2015, Plant HS, FL) went 1-2 with a single and one run scored.  Kyle Tucker (2015, Plant HS, FL) a Florida commit, had a double and finished 1-2 at the plate.


Team Lights Out Defeats the Tigers 6-3

7/13/2014

Team Lights Out defeated the Long Island Tigers 17U, 6-3.

Ethan Mueller (2015, Judson HS, TX) went 2-2 with a double, single, and two runs scored.  Bowen Crisp (2015, Southwest HS, TX) went 1-1 with a single, one run and one RBI.  Cameron Phelts (2015, Clark HS, TX) went 1-1 with a double and three RBIs.  On the mound, Mueller pitched five complete innings, giving up just two hits, and struck out six, with a fastball that topped out at 84 mph.

For the Tigers, leadoff hitter Hardvos Batista (2015, West Hempstead HS, NY) went 2-2 with two singles and one RBI.  Michael Manzione (2015, Glen Cove HS, NY) and Austin Ruiz (2015, High School of Telecommunications, NY) each contributed to the offense with a double a piece.


Scorpions South edge by the Panthers

7/13/2014

The Scorpions South Upperclass edged by the West Boca Panthers, 5-4.

Connor Power (2016, Palm Beach Central HS, FL) went 1-2 with a single and two RBIs.  Tyler Dietrich (2015, Barren Collier HS, FL) went 1-2 with a double in the contest.  On the mound, Casey Goldenberg (2015, Suncoast Community, FL) pitched two complete innings, and displayed a fastball that topped out at 90 mph, and mixed in a good curveball.  Chase Coppersmith (2015, William T. Dwyer HS, FL) also made an appearance on the mound, and had a fastball that peaked at 89 mph.

For the Panthers, Ricardo Gonzalez (2016, West Boca Raton HS, FL) went 1-3 with a single, one run, and two RBIs.  Jorge Arenas (2016, Monsignor Edward Pace HS, FL) went 1-3 as well, with a double and one RBI.


Big League Baseball Grabs shutout Win

7/13/2014

Big League Baseball Academy-DeMarini Hayes shutout the CFBL Mizuno 2015s, 9-0.

DJ Petrinsky (2015, Magnolia West HS, TX) went 2-2 with a homerun, one run, and two RBIs.  Ke'Bryan Hayes (2015, Concordia Lutheran, TX) a Tennessee commit, contributed with a double and two RBIs in the game, and Nick Blomgren (2015, Craig HS, WI) had a homerun of his own, and two RBIs as well in the contest.

On the mound, Jake Esp (2015, Marmion Academy, IL) pitched a complete game, giving up just two hits, no walks, and struck out three.  He had a good delivery and was around the plate with all of his pitches, and had a fastball that topped out at 85 mph, while mixing in a handful of off-speed pitches as well.

For the Mizuno, Tyler Anshaw (2015, Port St. Lucie HS, FL) went 1-2 with a double in the game.


Florida Pokers shutout the Dodgers 4-0

7/13/2014

The Florida Pokers Underclass Carolina shutout the Brooklyn Dodgers, 4-0.

Manny Pantaleon (2015, J. P. Taravella HS, FL) led the way, going a perfect 2-2 with a double, single, and one RBI in the game.  Z. Roberts went 1-3 with a single and one RBI.

On the mound, Blake Bowman (2015, J.P. Taravella HS, FL) pitched a complete game, giving up no hits, walked one, and struck out seven.  He had a fastball that topped out at 77 mph, and effectively mixed in a handful of off-speed pitches.

For the Dodgers, Patrick Clancy (2015, Smithtown East HS, NY) pitched a complete game as well, giving up one earned run on five hits, and struck out seven as well.


Langon Baseball defeat DeMarini 8-6

7/13/2014

Langon Baseball 17U defeated Team DeMarini 17U-Illinois, 8-6, in a back-and-forth affair.

Mike Antico (2016, Colt's Neck HS, NJ) a St. John's commit, led the way going a perfect 3-3 at the plate, with a triple, two runs, and four RBIs.  AJ Falconite (2016, Christian Brothers Academy, NJ) provided to the offense with a double and an RBI, and Mike Ianelli (2015, Red Bank Catholic, NJ) contributed with a double, one run and one RBI.

On the mound, Daniel Shirmacher (2015, St. John Vianney HS, NJ) pitched three complete innings, giving up most of the damage, but showed a fastball that topped out at 83 mph.  Joesph Ruth (2016, Mater Dei HS, NJ) also made an appearance on the mound, and he too had a fastball that peaked at 83 mph as well.

For DeMarini, Jason Sullivan (2015, St. Francis HS, IL) went 2-2 with two singles and two runs scored.  Mike Neill (2015, Fenwick HS, IL) and Matt Murawski (2015, St. Rita of Cascia HS, IL) each contributed with a double in the game.


Blue Rays edge by Team Bownet 4-3

7/13/2014

The GBSA Blue Rays edged by Team Bownet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U, 4-3.

Tekwaan Whyte (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) went 1-3 with a single, one run, and two RBIs.  Dexter Neal (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) and Ronald McGhee (2015, Columbia HS, GA) contributed with a double a piece in the game.  Justin Jackson (2015, Heritage HS, GA) had a triple and one run scored.

Whyte also pitched three complete innings on the mound, allowing just one hit and struck out four.  He showed good command of all of his pitches, and had a fastball that averaged 86-88 mph and topped out  at 89 mph, while also mixing in a good curveball and changeup.

For the Warriors, Tyler Tyson (2014, Gaither HS, FL) went 1-3 with a single and one run, and Collin Lowe (2015, Riverview HS, FL) contributed with a double in the game.


FTB Puerto Rico Grabs easy 10-2 Win

7/13/2014

FTB Puerto Rico defeated the South Oakland A's, 10-2.

Angel Villanueva (2014, Manuel Mediavilla, PR) went 2-4 at the plate, with a double, single, and two RBIs.  Mario Feliciano (2016, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy, PR) went 1-3 with a double and two runs scored.  Leonel Alfaro (2017, Undecided, PR) contributed with a triple, one run and one RBI.

On the mound, Adalgabriel Figueroa (2014, Escuela Ramon Quinones, PR) pitched 4.2 innings, giving up just three hits, and struck out seven, while flashing a fastball that topped out at 81 mph.

For the A's, Matt Bur (2015, Notre Dame Preparatory, MI) went 1-2 with a double and one run scored.


Elite Squad TPX edge by Redhawks 7-6

7/13/2014

Elite Squad 17U TPX edged by the Zoned Redhawks Elite 17U, 7-6.

Michael Escarra (2015, Mater Academy Charter, FL) went a perfect 3-3 from the plate, with three singles, one run and one RBI.  Spencer Diaz (2015, Spanish River Community, FL) went 2-3 with two singles, one run, and one RBI as well.  Christopher Clara (2015, Hialeah Garden Senior, FL) went 2-2 with a run scored.

Brian Van Belle (2015, Archbishop Edward McCarthy HS, FL) pitched three innings of work, and flashed a fastball that topped out at 85 mph, and mixed in a handful of curveballs for his off-speed pitch.

For the Redhawks, PJ Strahm (2015, Rutgers Preparatory, NJ) went 2-3 with a double, single, and one run scored.  Andrew Prescott (2016, Somerville HS, NJ) went 2-3 as well with two singles and two runs scored.


Easton Rockets Grab Easy 7-2 Victory

7/13/2014

The Easton Rockets defeated the So Cal NTT in convincing fashion, 7-2.

Leadoff hitter Dakota Julylia (2015, Summit Christian HS, FL) a Jacksonville commit, led the way, going 2-3 with two doubles, one stolen base, and one run scored.  Baylen Sparks (2015, The Benjamin School, FL) went 1-1 with a single, and one RBI.  On the mound, Hunter Whitman (2015, William T. Dwyer HS, FL) pitched four complete innings, giving up two earned runs on five hits, and struck out four, while showing off a fastball that peaked at 87 mph.

For So Cal NTT, leadoff hitter Devin Bard (2015, Spanish River Community, FL) went 2-2 with a run scored.  Kyle Parks (2015, Rabun Gap Nacoochee, FL) also went 2-2 with a double, and one run scored as well.


Marlins Scout Team Cruise to Easy Win

7/13/2014

The Marlins Scout Team cruised to the easy 8-2 victory, defeating the SBO Puerto Rico Red.

Duncan McKinnon (2015, Redondo Union HS, CA) led the way going 2-3 with two doubles, one run and one RBI in the game.  Tyler DeLucia (2015, Half Hollow Hills West HS, NY) went 2-4 with a double, one run and two RBIs.  Kelvin Moore (2015, Lee HS, AL) went a perfect 2-2 with two singles and one run scored.

On the mound, Justin Revels (2015, Mountain Ridge HS, AZ) pitched four complete innings, giving up one earned run on three hits, and struck out four.  He showed the ability to throw strikes and command his pitches well, while flashing a fastball that topped out at 87 mph.

For SBO, Juan C. Perez (2015, James Ford Rhodes HS, OH) went 2-2 with two singles and a run scored.  Miguel Lopez (2014, Coral Glades HS, FL) contributed with a double in the game.


Texas Drillers and the Warriors tie 4-4

7/13/2014

The Texas Drillers and the Jacksonville Warriors 17U White, end in a 4-4 tie.

For the Drillers, Michael Berglund (2016, Carroll HS, TX) went 2-3 with two singles.  Josh Jung (2016, Macarthur HS, TX) went 2-3 a well with two singles and one run.  Christian Long (2016, Lawrence E. Elkins HS, TX) went 1-3 with a single, one run, and two RBIs in the game.

On the mound, Steven Cardone (2015, Macarthur HS, TX) pitched six complete innings, giving up three earned runs on eight hits, and struck out three.  He had a fastball that topped out at 81 mph, and mixed in a handful of off-speed pitches.

For the Warriors, Mathew Hemmer (2015, Creekside HS, FL) pitched a complete game, also giving up three earned runs and struck out one.  At the plate, Blake Marabell (2016, Bartram Trail HS, FL) went 2-3 with a double, single, and one run scored in the contest.


South Jersey Sandsharks & FL Burn Tie

7/13/2014

Florida Burn 2015 Navy scored 4 runs in the bottom of the final inning to end the game against South Jersey Sandsharks HS Showcase in a 7-7 tie. 

Jacob Louke (2015, Venice Senior HS, FL) showed gap power at the top of the lineup for Florida Burn Navy hitting 2 triples and recording 2 RBI and scoring 2 runs. Alec Porterfield (2015, Braden River HS, FL) also produced for their offense going 2-3 with an RBI and a run scored.

Corey Smith (2016, St Augustine Prep, NJ) had himself a day at the plate for South Jersey going 3-3 with a double, RBI, and run scored. Marty Ortiz (2016, Cedar Creek HS, NJ) was also productive as he went 2-3 with an RBI and a run scored.


Team Bownet TB Warriors Squeeze Out W

7/13/2014

Team Bownet Tampa Bay Warriors 17U made the most out of just 2 hits to sneak out a victory against Team Demaini 17U - Illinois with a score of 3-2. 

The Warriors took advantage of some sloppy defense to score their runs. Alex Gionis (2015, Carrollwood Day HS, FL) led the offense going 1-2 with a run scored and a walk. They also got great pitching from Arue who tossed a complete game recording 12 strikeouts and giving up 2 runs. Arue effectively mixed fastballs and an impressive curveball to keep the hitters off balance.

Mike Neill (2015, Fenwick HS, IL) was productive for Team Demarini in the loss going 2-3 with a run scored.

Clutch Rally Gives GBSA Blue Rays Win

7/13/2014

In a 3-3 tie in the final inning, GBSA Blue Rays scored 4 runs as they went on to beat Langan Baseball 17U with a score of 7-3. 

Tekwaan Whyte (2015, Stephenson HS, GA) led the offense on the winning end as he went 3-3 with 2 RBI and a run scored. Keishaun Clark (2015, Columbia HS, GA) also produced going 2-2 with an RBI, 2 runs scored, and 2 walks. 

Mike Antico (2016, Colts Neck HS, NJ), a St. John's commit, was the only player for Langan with multiple hits as he went 2-3 with an RBI in the losing effort.

Elite Squad Slugger Too Much for SWFL Navy

7/13/2014

Homeruns by DiAndre Amion (2015, Miami Southridge HS, FL), an Alabama State recruit, and Danny Rodriguez Velez (2015, Pembroke Pines Charter, FL) led the offense for Elite Squad 17U Slugger as they defeated SWFL 17U Navy 8-1.

Amion went 1-1 on the day with a solo shot and drew 2 walks at the plate. Rodriguez Velez went 1-2 with a 3-run homerun and a walk. 

Pitching for Elite was split by three players as they all effectively shut down the SWFL Navy offense.

David DiNorcia (2015, Seacrest Country Day, FL) led the way for SWFL Navy in the loss at the top of the lineup. He went 2-3 with the team's lone RBI.
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