Tuesday, June 13, 2017

 

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Cedric Reynaud (Albuquerque CageRats): 3-4, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI

Cole Wesneski (Hunter Pence Crew): 7IP, 11K, 2H, 0R

Chase Morris (Mizuno Baseball USA): 4-6, 2B, 3B, RBI, R

Richard Gilbert (SA Angels 17): 5IP, 6K, H, 0R

Cesar Gomez (Texas Blackhawks): 5IP, 5K, 0H

Syler Shepherd (Texas Stix Black 18U): 3-6, 3B, HR, 4 RBI, 2R

Premier 3

In Game 1 at Premier 3, the Houston Banditos defeated the Texas Oilers, 4-2.  For the Banditos, Sammy Faltine threw four hitless innings (see below) and struck out five on his way to being named pitcher of the game.  The Banditos’ Brad Burckel went 2-4 with a triple and two RBI’s.  Burckel was named hitter of the game.  Also to note, Jake Green had a two run blast to keep the Texas Oilers in the game.

Down four runs, DBAT Bonesio came back to defeat Albuquerque CageRats, 6-5, in Game 2 at Premier 3.  DBAT’s Braxton Fulford went 2-4 with a double and two runs scored on his way to player of the game.  Teammate Jaret Godman went 1-2 with a big home run, two RBI’s, and one run scored. Cedric Reynaud went 2-3 with one double, one home run, two runs batted in, and one run scored.

Jacob Meador led the charge for Dallas Tigers Hernandez in their 5-1 victory over San Antonio Angels Blue in Game 3 at Premier 3.  Meador pitched seven innings striking out seven while only giving up one earned run and three hits.  Meador was named player of the game for his efforts.  His teammate, Will Greenwood, went 1-1 with a double and one RBI.  Also to note, Richard Gilbert pitched five innings with six strikeouts and gave up only one hit for San Antonio.

The Texas Blackhawks defeated the Houston Banditos, 1-0, in Game 4 from Premier 3.  On the mound, Walker Sigman picked up the complete game win going all seven innings and striking out six for the Blackhawks.  Sigman did not allow a run, gave up only three hits, and was named player of the game. The Blackhawk’s Christian Mendez went 1-3 a double, one RBI, and was named hitter of the game.  For the Banditos, Mason Englert pitched six innings with five strikeouts and only allowed one run.  

Premier 4

Texas Blackhawks 17U defeated DBAT Herrick, 3-0, behind a dominant pitching performance by Cesar Gomez in Game 1 at Premier 4.  Gomez threw five hitless innings with five strikeouts on his way to player of the game.  On offense, Blackhawks’ Zachary McAdams went 2-4 with one RBI and teammate Spencer Sawin went 2-3 with two RBI’s, one run scored, and one stolen base.  Sawin picked up hitter of the game.

It was a battle of two starting pitchers as PrimeTime National beat DBAT Griffin, 2-1, in Game 2 at Premier 4.  On the mound for PrimeTime National was Cody Morgan who threw 5.2 innings striking out four batters and giving up zero earned runs.  Morgan was named player of the game for his efforts.  His counterpart, Karson Kite, went 3.2 innings striking out three and giving up only one hit.  On the offensive side, Sebastian Coria went 2-3 with an RBI for PrimeTime National and Rob Shaw went 2-4 for DBAT.  Coria was named hitter of the game.

Game 3 at Premier 4 was all Connor Gage and Diego Muniz in DBAT Elite’s 7-3 win over Austin Elite.  Gage went 3-3 with a double and two RBI’s for DBAT while his teammate, Muniz, went 2-2 with two doubles, two RBI’s, and one run scored.  Both were named players of the game.  On the mound for DBAT, Brock Erculiani threw five innings striking out seven while allowing just three hits.  Erculiani was named pitcher of the game.  Also to note, Seth Ochoa went 2-3 with one run scored and a walk.

Texas Stix Black 18U defeated Texas Colts Elite, 6-0, in Game 4 from Premier 4Wesley Case was dominant on the mound pitching four innings, giving up zero hits, and striking out five hitters for Texas Stix.  Case was named player of the game.  His teammate, Syler Shepherd, went 1-3 with a home run, three RBI’s, and was named hitter of the gameBrett Cain (2-3, two RBI’s, two runs scored, stolen base) and Phillip Sikes (1-1, one double, two RBI’s) also had good games at the plate for Texas Stix.

Premier 5

It was a 8-0 victory for the Texas Stix Black 18U over Mizuno Baseball USA Texas 17U in Game 1 at Premier 5Syler Shepherd went 2-3 with one RBI, a triple, and one run scored for the Texas Stix.  Evan Sack went 2-3 with a double and one RBI on his way to securing hitter of the game.  On the mound for the Texas Stix, Matthew Hickey threw five scoreless innings striking out five on his way to pitcher of the game.

In Game 2 at Premier 5Mizuno Baseball USA 17U defeated Team Citius 17U, 8-6.  Mizuno’s Chase Morris went 3-3 with a double, a triple and one RBI.  Morris was named player of the game.  For Team Citius, Jared Tipton went 2-4 with a double and one RBI.  Trevor Davis went 1-3 with a home run, three RBI’s, two runs scored, and one stolen base.

Premier Baseball Futures Evans held off Scripture Baseball 17U, 2-0, in Game 3 at Premier 5. Premier’s Eduardo Malinowski went 1-3 with a triple, one run scored, and was named hitter of the gameAdam Kloffenstein was on the mound for Premier Baseball and he pitched three hitless innings striking out four.  He was named player of the game.

Cole Wesneski was in complete control of the 7-0 Hunter Pence Crew victory over Phenom Texas in Game 4 at Premier 5.  The Navarro Junior College commit pitched a complete game shutout with eleven strikeouts and only allowed two hits.  At the plate, Wesneski went 2-3 with a double, two runs scored and was named player of the game.  

Premier 6

Texas Colts Elite 17U defeated Frozen Ropes, 5-4, in Game 1 at Premier 6.  In a very exciting game, Nate Aguilar carried the offense for the Texas Colts.  Aguilar went 2-2 with three RBI’s, one run scored, and a walk-off double to get the win for his team.  He was named player of the game for his clutch performance.  For the Frozen Ropes, Jarrett Whorff had a good game on the mound pitching five scoreless innings with four strikeouts and giving up only one hit.  Teammate, Trey Becarra, went 1-3 with a home run.

Game 2 at Premier 6 was led by John Trevino and August Ramirez who went a combined 2-5 with two home runs in their Texas Colts Whittemore 4-0 victory over Hunter Pence Danielson.  Trevino was 1-3 with a home run and two RBI’s while Ramirez was 1-2 with a home run and one RBI.  Both were named hitters of the game.  On the mound, Chezzare Gonzales had a big bases loaded strikeout to secure a complete game shutout.  Gonzales pitched seven scoreless innings with five strikeouts on his way to being named player of the game.  

Premier Baseball Futures Auippa 16U defeated the Houston Warriors Silver 17U, 2-1, in Game 3 at Premier 6.  For Premier Baseball, Cade Nevot threw six innings striking out two and giving up four hits.  He was named player of the gameJose Castillo threw one inning striking out one batter and not allowing a hit as he picked up the save for Premier Baseball.  Castillo was also 1-3, at the plate, with a single. 

DBAT Bonesio defeated Prime Time National, 6-5, in Game 4 from Premier 6.  DBAT’s Justin Mitchell went 1-3 with a clutch home run, one RBI, one run scored and was named player of the gameCody Masters also had a good day at the plate going 2-3 with one RBI, one run scored, one stolen base and had the game winning hit to seal the victory.  Masters was named hitter of the game.  Also to note, Zachary Vorst wen 1-3 with one home run and three RBI’s for Prime Time.   

Premier 7

Hunter Pence Crew won a close one at Premier 7 holding off Premier Baseball Futures Evans, 2-1, in Game 1.  On the mound for the Hunter Pence Crew was Ryan Vera who was impressive over seven innings with seven strikeouts.  He allowed just four hits and one earned run on his way to player of the game.  Also to note, Jacob Whorrall pitched one inning of relief with two strikeouts for the Hunter Pence Crew. 

In Game 2 at Premier 7Marucci Elite Texas 18U defeated Premier Baseball Futures Auippa, 8-0.  Cameron Foster dealt through 3.1 innings striking out five and yielding only one hit for Marucci Elite.  Foster was named pitcher of the game.  Teammate, Tyrese Clayborne went 2-3 with two runs scored, one walk, and one stolen base on his way to being named player of the game.

DBAT Herrick defeated Texas Oilers in Game 3 at Premier 7, 8-4.  DBAT’s Cade Bell went 1-3 with a home run, two runs scored, one RBI, and was named player of the game.  Teammate, Cayden Lopez threw 4.2 innings and had six strikeouts.  He allowed just three hits on his way to pitcher of the game.

Mizuno Baseball USA 17U defeated Texas Colts Elite 18U, 6-5, in Game 4 from Premier 7. Mizuno’s offensive attack was led by Johnclay Sebok and Austin Brown.  Sebok went 3-3 with a double, two RBI’s and a big walk-off hit to win the game for Mizuno.  He was named player of the game.  Brown was named hitter of the game going 2-3 with a double, a triple and two runs scored.

Premier 8

In Game 1 at Premier 8Phenom Texas beat Scripture Baseball, 9-1.  On the mound was Julien Ly who threw five scoreless innings, struck out seven batters, and only gave up one hit for Phenom Texas.  Ly was named pitcher of the gameStephen Keller led the offensive attack for Phenom Texas.  He went 1-3 with four RBI’s and showcased his hitting power with a grand slam.  Keller was named player of the game. 

Clutch Athletics 17U defeated the Houston Warriors Silver, 11-3, in Game 2 at Premier 8.  On the mound for the Athletics was Brittan Howeth who threw two scoreless innings and struck out four.  He was named pitcher of the game.  Standing out on offense were a couple of players for the Athletics.  Reed Beverley went 3-3 with two runs scored, a stolen base and one RBI while Justin Dunlap went 2-4 with a double and two RBI’s on his way to being named player of the game.

Albuquerque CageRats defeated DBAT Griffin, 7-5, in Game 3 at Premier 8.  Albuquerque’s Cedric Reynaud had a solid game going 1-2 with a double and three RBI’s.  Reynaud was named player of the game.

In Game 4 at Premier 8Clutch Athletics 17U defeated Marucci Elite Texas 18U, 8-1. For Clutch Athletics, Zach Robert threw seven innings striking out four and only allowed one run on his way to being named pitcher of the gameJacob Navejas went 2-4 with two RBI’s and one run scored for Clutch Athletics.  Navejas was named hitter of the game.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

 

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Grant Gaspard (Austin Elite): 7IP, 7K, 3H, 0R

Dylan Ditzenberger (DBAT Bonesio): 4IP, 3K, 0R / 2-4, 3B, 3 RBI, R in Game 1

Justin Mitchell (DBAT Bonesio): 3-7, GW 2B, 4 RBI, 2R

Jacob Nesbit (DBAT Bonesio): 5-8, 2 2B, 6 RBI, 3R

Jeff Wilson (Frozen Ropes Badarack): 4IP, 7K, 0H, BB / 1-2, GW 2B, RBI

Garrett Crochet (Houston Banditos): 5.1IP, 9K, 2H, 0R

Josh Seale (Mizuno Baseball USA): 7IP, 9K, ER

J.J. Goss (Hunter Pence Danielson): 6IP, 10K, 0H

Zachary Vorst (PrimeTime National): 4-7, 2 2B, RBI, 3R, SB

Mateo Gil (Texas Blackhawks): 3-6, 2 HR, 6 RBI

Bryce Elder (Texas Stix Black): 4.1IP, 7K, 2H, 0R

Phillip Sikes (Texas Stix Black): 4-5, 2 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, 3R

Premier 3

Frozen Ropes took care of business in Game 1 at Premier 3 by beating Mizuno Baseball USA Texas, 9-3.  Frozen Ropes’ Austin Gross went 2-4 with two doubles, two RBI’s, and two runs batted in on his way to hitter of the game.  On the mound, Jeff Wilson threw four hitless innings striking out seven and was named player of the game.

Houston Banditos beat Premiere Baseball Futures Evans, 4-1, in Game 2 at Premier 3.  Houston’s Garrett Crochet threw 5.1 scoreless innings striking out nine on his way to picking up the win and player of the game.  Jordan Groshans went 2-4 with one RBI on his way to being named hitter of the game.

Frozen Ropes defeated the Houston Banditos, 6-5, in Game 3 from Premier 3.  Frozen Ropes started the bottom of the 7th down 5-3 but after a two out bases loaded single by Carson Chapman to tie the game 5-5, Jeff Wilson hit a walk-off double to give Frozen Ropes the victory.  Chapman went 1-2 with two RBI’s, two runs scored, and was named player of the game.  Also to note, Alerick Soulaire went 3-4 with two doubles, a triple and one RBI for Houston. 

In Game 4 at Premier 3, DBAT Bonesio defeated Clutch Athletics, 5-4.  In an exciting game, Justin Mitchell hit a walk-off double (see below) in the bottom of the ninth to give DBAT the victory.  Mitchell went 2-4 with a double, three RBI’s, and was named player of the gameJacob Nesbit also had a very good game.  Nesbit went 3-4 with two doubles, two RBI’s, two runs scored and was named hitter of the game.

Premier 4

Hunter Pence Danielson defeated Citius Prime, 3-0, in Game 1 from Premier 4J.J. Goss dominated the game on the mound for Hunter Pence Danielson.  Goss threw a no-hitter and struck out ten hitters in six innings. He picked up the win and was named player of the game.  Texas Tech commit, Easton ‘Bo’ Willis set the tone offensively throughout the game for Hunter Pence Danielson.  Willis ended the day 3-3 with a double, one run scored, and was named hitter of the game.

PrimeTime National held off Premier Baseball Futures Auippa, 4-3, in Game 2 at Premier 4Sebastian Coria went 2-3 with two doubles and one RBI for PrimeTime National.  Coria was named player of the game for his efforts. Porter Brown hit a walk-off single to win it which you can see below.

In Game 3 at Premier 4PrimeTime National defeated Hunter Pence Danielson, 9-1.  Zachary Vorst went 3-4 with a single, a double, one RBI, and a stolen base for PrimeTime National.  He scored two times on his way to player of the game.  On the mound, Zach Visser pitched six innings and had four stirkeouts.  Visser allowed only three hits, zero earned runs, and was named pitcher of the game.

In Game 4 at Premier 4Dallas Tigers Hernandez defeated Mizuno Baseball USA 17U, 10-0.  Dallas’ William Adair threw 6.1 innings giving up zero earned runs and striking out seven on his way to player of the game.  Dillon Carter went 2-3 with a double, a single, one RBI and three runs scored.  Carter was named hitter of the gameCade Cowen also had a good game for Dallas by going 1-1 with a double and four RBI’s.

Premier 5

DBAT Herrick defeated Phenom Texas Gatewood, 8-0, in Game 1 from Premier 5.  DBAT’s Steven Swift led the charge on the mound pitching five scoreless innings with four strikeouts and allowing only one hit.  Swift was named player of the game. Teammate, Adam Stephenson went 2-3 with two RBI’s and one run scored on his way to being named hitter of the game.  Other DBAT players who stood out were Matthew Werner (1-2 with a double and one RBI), Kyle Warden (1-2 with a single and one RBI), and Marcus Hill (1-2 with a single and one RBI). 

Texas Blackhawks defeated DBAT Elite, 10-6, in Game 2 at Premier 5.  Mateo Gil had a great game for the Blackhawks.  Gil went 2-3 with two home runs, six RBI’s, and three runs scored on his way to player of the game.  Teammate, Spencer Sawin went 2-3 with a home run, one RBI, and two runs scored.  He was named hitter of the game.  Also to note, DBAT’s Diego Muniz went 2-3 with a home run, two RBI’s, and one run scored.

In Game 3 at Premier 5Mizuno Baseball USA defeated Texas Oilers, 3-2.  On the mound, Josh Seale pitched a complete game and struck out nine for Mizuno.  He gave up one earned run and was named player of the game.  At the plate, Warren Sammons went 1-1 with a clutch home run and two RBI’s.  Sammons was named hitter of the game.  Also to note, Jake Green went 3-3 with a double and two runs scored for the Oilers.

DBAT Elite 17U narrowly defeated Hunter Pence Crew, 5-4, in Game 4 at Premier 5.  For DBAT, Seth Ochoa went 2-3 with two RBI’s, one run scored, and was named player of the game.  Teammate, Jaden Fowler went 2-3 with a double on his way to hitter of the game.

Premier 6

Albuquerque CageRats’ Jonathan Stroman was dominant on the mound leading his team to a 4-2 victory over Marucci Elite Texas in Game 1 at Premier 6.  Stroman pitched all seven innings allowing just four hits and one earned run while striking out seven.  He got the win and was named player of the game.  Also to note for Albuquerque, Jack Pineda went 2-3 with a double and a stolen base while Ryan Johnson went 2-3 with two RBI’s.

DBAT Bonesio brought the bats for their 10-0 victory over the Dallas Tigers Hernandez in Game 2 from Premier 6Dylan Ditzenberger went 2-4 with a triple, three RBI’s and one run scored.  He also pitched four scoreless innings with three strikeouts and only allowed four hits in order to pick up the win for DBAT.  Ditzenberger was named player of the gameJacob Nesbit went 2-4 with four RBI’s, one run scored, and a stolen base on his way to being named hitter of the game. Also to note, Tigers left fielder Cameron Constantine had a sweet catch which you can watch in the video below.

In Game 3 at Premier 6DBAT Griffin defeated Team Citius, 11-9.  For DBAT, Nick Ellington went 2-4 with two RBI’s and one scored on his way to being named player of the gameAmare Jones (2-3 with a double, a triple, three runs scored, and a stolen base) and Camron Yeldell (1-4 with a double, three RBI’s, and one run scored) both had very good days at the plate for Team Citius.

Texas Stix Black defeated Texas Blackhawks, 8-0, in Game 4 at Premier 6Philip Sikes went 2-2 with a triple, a double, two RBI’s, and one run scored for Texas Stix.  Sikes was named player of the gamePitcher of the game was Bryce Elder who threw 4.1 innings with seven strikeouts and did not allow a run to score.  Also to note, Dylan Neuse went 2-4 with three RBI’s and one run scored.

Premier 7

In Game 1 at Premier 7Austin Elite shutout Texas Colts Elite, 2-0. On the mound, Grant Gaspard threw seven scoreless innings striking out seven.  Gaspard allowed just three hits and got the win for Austin Elite on his way to player of the game

Texas Stix Black held off Hunter Pence Crew, 6-4, in Game 2 at Premier 7Brent Cain went 2-2 with a triple, one RBI, one run scored, and one stolen base for Texas Stix.  Cain was named player of the game.  Teammate, Phillip Sikes went 2-3 with a double, one RBI, two runs scored and was named hitter of the game

Austin Elite defeated DBAT Herrick, 6-2, in Game 3 at Premier 7.  Austin’s Dontae Woodard went 2-3 with one RBI and two runs scored on his way to hitter of the game.  Teammate, Kevin Rosengren was very impressive on the mound.  Rosengren pitched a complete game with six strikeouts while he only allowed two runs and four hits to get the win for Austin Elite.  He was named player of the game.

Texas Colts Elite LaRue defeated Scripture Baseball, 10-2, in Game 4 at Premier 7.  On the mound, Chase Carson threw five innings with two strikeouts for the Texas Colts.  He allowed two runs and only three hits on his way to player of the game.  At the plate, Reynol Mendoza went 2-3 with two RBI’s.  Mendoza was named hitter of the game.

Premier 8

San Antonio Angels Blue 17U picked up the victory over Texas Colts Elite, 4-0, in Game 1 at Premier 8Jake Ritchie went 1-1 with a home run, two RBI’s, and one run scored for San Antonio.  Ritchie was named player of the game.  On the mound, Ethan Gottschalk pitched five scoreless innings while only allowing two hits and was named pitcher of the game.

Clutch Athletics 17U knocked off Mizuno Baseball USA 17U, 9-1, in Game 2 at Premier 8. Athletics’ Johnny Hoyle was solid throwing five innings and striking out three.  He gave up one hit in his outing and was named pitcher of the game.  His teammate Izaiah Faz went 1-3 with a double, three RBI’s, and one run scored.  Faz was named player of the gameJustin Dunlap also had a solid game going 1-2 with a double, two RBI’s, and one run scored on his way to being named hitter of the game.

Albuquerque CageRats defeated San Antonio Angels Blue 17U, 8-3, in Game 3 at Premier 8.  Treston Shallenberger pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and only allowed three runs.  Shallenberger also went 1-4 with two RBI’s and one run scored at the plate.  He was named player of the game.   His teammate Ryan Johnson went 2-4 with a home run, a double and two RBI’s on his way to being named hitter of the game.

In Game 4 at Premier 8Texas Colts Whittemore defeated Houston Warriors Silver, 2-1. Matt Sandoval had an impressive game on the mound for the Colts.  Sandoval threw a complete game striking out four on his way to the win and player of the game. His teammate, Rafael Ochoa went 1-2 with a double, two RBI’s, a stolen base, and was named hitter of the game.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

 

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Treston Shallenberger (Albuquerque CageRats): 4-5, HR, 2 RBI, 3R

Landon Odom (DBAT Bonesio): 5IP, 8K, H, 0 ER

Riggs Threadgill (DBAT Elite): 6IP, 9K, 2H, 2R

Benjamin Content (Premier Baseball Futures Evans): 3IP, 7K 0H, 0 ER

Carlos Tavera (Texas Blackhawks): 7IP, 12K, 3H, 0 ER

Premier 3

In Game 1 at Premier 3Frozen Ropes Badarack defeated DBAT Elite, 2-0.  Frozen Ropes’ Ty Meisner went 1-2 with a double and two RBI’s on his way to player of the game.  On the mound, Dawson Abernathy threw four hitless innings and struck out four to pick up the win and pitcher of the game.  For DBAT, Riggs Threadgill pitched six innings with nine strikeouts and only allowed two hits.

San Antonio Angels defeated Texas Colts Elite 17U, 6-3, in Game 2 at Premier 3.  At the plate, San Antonio’s  Jace Jung went 2-4 with a home run, a double, two RBI’s and two runs scored.  Jung was named player of the game.

Premier 4

In Game 1 at Premier 4Texas Blackhawks defeated Austin Elite, 4-0.  Carlos Travera took control of the game on the mound for the Texas Blackhawks.  Travera pitched a complete game shutout with twelve strikeouts and was named player of the game.  Check out Travera in the video below. His teammates, Cesar Gomez (1-4 with two RBI’s and one run scored) and Luke Pennington (1-3 with a double and one run scored) had good games at the plate.

Game 2 at Premier 4 ended in a 6-6 tie between Hunter Pence Danielson and DBAT Griffin.  DBAT’s Garrett Maryfield went 2-2 with a double, a single, two RBI’s, one run scored, and a stolen base.  He was named player of the game.  For Hunter Pence Danielson, Reed Smith and Luke Nagy had good games at the plate.  Smith went 2-4 with two RBI’s while Nagy went 2-3 with an RBI, two runs scored, and three stolen bases.

Premier 5

Albuquerque CageRats defeated Dallas Tigers Hernandez, 13-8, in Game 1 at Premier 5.  Player of the game was Treston Shallenberger who went 4-5 with a home run, two RBI’s and three runs scored.  Other notable players for Albuquerque were Jack Pineda (2-4 with a triple, one RBI, two runs scored, and one stolen base) and Ryan Phillps (2-4 with two RBI’s and one run scored).  Phillips also pitched 5.1 innings with five strikeouts. 

Team Citius defeated Texas Oilers, 8-5, in Game 2 at Premier 5.  At the plate, Michael Boult went 2-2 with a triple, one RBI, and three runs scored for Team Citius.  He was named player of the game.  Teammate, Jared Tipton also had a good day at the plate.  Tipton went 3-3 with a double, one RBI, two runs scored, a stolen base and was named hitter of the game.  

Premier 6

In Game 1 at Premier 6PrimeTime National defeated Clutch Athletics, 4-3.  Prime Time’s  Zac Vorst went 2-2 with two doubles, two RBI’s, one run scored, and one stolen base.  Vorst was named player of the game.  On the mound, Alex Wilson threw five scoreless innings with four strikeouts and only allowed two hits.  Wilson was named pitcher of the game

Premier Baseball Futures Evans narrowly defeated Mizuno Baseball USA, 4-3, in Game 2 at Premier 6.  On the mound, Benjamin Content threw three hitless innings and struck out seven batters.  Content only allowed two walks and was named player of the game.  Teammate, Trent Golson went 2-4 with two singles and two RBI’s.  He was named hitter of the game.

Premier 7

In Game 1 at Premier 7Scripture Baseball defeated Premier Baseball Futures Auippa, 4-3.  Scripture’s Ryan Brooks went 2-2 with two RBI’s and he was named player of the game.  His teammate, Johnathan Escamilla went 1-2 with a triple and two RBI’s on his way to being named hitter of the game.

Premier 8

In Game 1 at Premier 8, Phenom Texas 17U defeated Houston Warriors 17U Silver, 14-1.  On the mound, Austin Kelly threw four scoreless innings striking out five.  Kelly was named pitcher of the game.  On offense, Elijah Valdez went 3-4 with a home run, two singles, two RBI’s, a stolen base, and three runs scored on his way to player of the game.  Other impressive players were Stephen Keller (1-3 with a home run and three RBI’s), AJ Vonderschmidt (2-4 with a home run, a double, and two RBI’s), and Caleb Flores (2-3 with a triple, a double, and two RBI’s).

Baseball USA 1

The second semi-final of the AABC World Series Qualifier was Game 3 from Baseball USA 1Texas Stix Black pulled off a 6-5 victory over Frozen Ropes Badarack.  Texas Stix walked it off in unconventional fashion as Dylan Neuse steals third and scores to win.  Neuse went 2-4 with a home run, a single, two RBI’s, and a stolen base.  He was named player of the game.  Also to note, Jacob Arizpe went 1-4 with a single and one RBI.

Baseball USA 10

Game 3 at Baseball USA 10 was the first semi-final of the AABC World Series QualifierDBAT Bonesio defeated PrimeTime National, 9-0.  DBAT’s Landon Odom pitched five scoreless innings with eight strikeouts and was named player of the game.  Teammate, Kameron Fields went 2-2 with a double and three RBI’s on his way to being named hitter of the game.

Friday, June 16, 2017 – Sunday, June 18, 2017

 

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Brett Cain (Texas Stix 18U Black): 4-6, 2B, HR, GS, 5 RBI, 2R on Friday

Jaret Godman (DBAT Bonesio): 7IP, 6K, 3H, 0R On Sunday

Eric Jones (DBAT Bonesio): 7IP, 10K, 2H, 2 ER on Sunday

Bryce Elder (Texas Stix 18U Black): 7IP, 8K, 3H, ER on Sunday

Phillip Sikes (Texas Stix 18U Black): 6IP, 10K, 5H, ER, 0 BB on Saturday

Friday

In the Game 1 of the American Division championship, Texas Blackhawks defeated Texas Stix Black 18U, 4-1, to force a second game.  On the mound, Whitlock pitched a complete game with three strikeouts for the Blackhawks.  He only allowed one run and was named pitcher of the gameMateo Gil went 2-3 with a homerun, two RBI’s, two runs scored, and a stolen base.  Gil was named player of the game.  Also to note, Josiah Ortiz went 2-4 with a double. 

In Game 2 of the American Division championshipTexas Stix 18U Black defeated and knocked out Texas Blackhawks, 11-3, in the second game of the American FinalBrett Cain went 3-3 with two home runs, a double, five RBI’s, and two runs scored for Texas Stix.  Cain was named player of the game.  On the mound, Brayden Dragoo pitched 4.2 innings with three strikeouts and was named pitcher of the game.  Also, Spencer Sawin went 2-2 with a double.

In Game 1 of the National Divsion championship, DBAT Bonesio knocked out Albuquerque CageRats, 8-5. For DBAT, Hayden Houser went 2-3 with one home run and two runs batted in. He scored twice and was named player of the game. Also to not, Jackson Kennemore went 2-3 with one double, one RBI, two runs scored, and one stolen base.

Saturday/Sunday

In Game 1 of the Five Tool AABC World Series Qualifier Championship, Texas Stix 18U Black defeated DBAT Bonesio, 2-1. Stix were carried by the pitching of Phillip Sikes, the New Mexico signee, who threw six innings and struck out 10 batters. He gave up five hits and one earned run without walking a batter in the contest. Sikes was named player of the game. At the plate, Syler Shepherd stood out going 2-2 with one RBI.

In Game 2 of the Five Tool AABC World Series Qualifier Championship, DBAT Bonesio defeated Texas Stix 18U Black, 1-0, to force a third and final game of the event. At the plate, Cody Masters went 1-2 with a double and run scored. Kamron Fields drove him in (see below) and ended the game 1-2 with that RBI. Both were named hitters of the game. And on the mound, Jaret Godman threw seven innings and struck out six in a gutsy performance. He was named player of the game.

In Game 3 of the Five Tool AABC World Series Qualifier Championship, Texas Stix 18U Black defeated DBAT Bonesio, 2-1. For DBAT, Eric Jones had a no-hitter and eight strikeouts through five innings. In the sixth, Jar Parker broke it up with a single and Dylan Neuse hit a two-run home run to give Stix a 2-1 lead. Stix held on for one more inning and punched their ticket to the AABC World Series in Farmington. Elder was named player of the game and Neuse was named hitter of the game.

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