Friday, June 2, 2017

 

Dudes of the Day

Evan Godwin (Hunter Pence Danielson): 3IP, 8K, H, BB

Connor Fremin (PrimeTime 16U Black): 3-5, 2B, 3B, 6 RBI, 3R, 2 BB

Sawyer Marcum (RTG Baseball – Fisher 17U): 4-7, 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2R

Ryan Labby (RTG Baseball – Fisher 17U): 3-6, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 4R

Eric Dluzniewski (South Pioneers): 7IP, 12K, 2H, ER / 3-6, RBI, R

Premier 3

Premier Baseball Futures 17U Evans defeated RTG Baseball-Fisher 17U, 8-2, in Game 1 from Premier 3. TCU commit Adam Kloffenstein of PBF went 1-4 with a double. On the mound, Kloffenstein threw three one-hit innings striking out five. He walked one batter and picked up the save. Kloffenstein hit 90 MPH on the radar gun as well (see below) and was named player of the game. PBF’s Reece Choate went 2-4 with a double. For RTG, Sawyer Marcum went 2-3 with a home run and two RBIs.

 

 

RTG Baseball-Fisher 17U beat Hunter Pence Allen, 10-4, in Game 2 from Premier 3. Player of the game was RTG’s Ryan Labby who went 2-3 with a double and one home run. He had two RBIs and three runs scored. Sawyer Marcum had a solid game, too, going 2-4 with one double and three runs batted in.

In Game 3 from Premier 3, Texas Twelve Black knocked off Texas Colt 45’s, 6-5. For Twelve Black, Justin Perez went 2-3 with a double, one run scored and one stolen base. Perez was named player of the game. Also to note, his teammate Gavin Labruyere went 1-3 with a double and two runs batted in. For Texas Colt 45’s, Daniel Carmona went 3-3 with three singles.

Marucci Elite Texas 17U defeated Texas Colt 45’s, 5-1, in Game 4 from Premier 3. Player of the game was Marucci’s Billy Ross who threw four shutout innings striking out three on his way to the W. His teammates Chase Carlson and Antonio Cruz combined for four hits. Carlson went 1-3 with a home run, three RBIs and one run scored. Cruz went 3-3 with one triple and one run scored. Both were named hitters of the game.

In Game 5 from Premier 3, Houston Warriors 17U Silver defeated Marucci Elite Texas 17U, 6-0. Warriros’ Gavin Rhoads went 2-3 with one triple and two runs batted in. Ty Williams went 2-3 with two triples, two runs batted in and one run scored. Williams was named hitter of the game. On the mound, Chris Parsons threw four two-hit innings striking out four and collecting the win. Trent Simmons threw three one-hit innings striking out three. Parsons and Simmons were named pitchers of the game.

Premier 4

In Game 1 from Premier 4, PrimeTime National defeated Houston Athletics 17U Santiago, 5-2. Sebastian Coria went 2-2 with one double, one triple, and two walks. He was solid in the field making a diving stop which you can watch below. Coria was named player of the game. On the mound, Jacob Taggart threw six innings and struck out four. He was named pitcher of the game.

 

 

In Game 2 from Premier 4, Premier Baseball Futures 17U Mitchell defeated Texas Twelve Black, 4-3. Twelve’s Dylan Best went 3-3 with one double, one RBI and two walks. He was named player of the game. For Premier, Devin Aguado went 1-2 with a triple and two runs batted in.

In Game 3 from Premier 4, Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon beat Mizuno Baseball 17U, 10-3. Kyle Wilkerson went 2-3 with two doubles and one run scored. He was named player of the game for his performance. On the mound, Bryce Lewis threw four innings and struck out two without giving up any runs. He was named pitcher of the game.

Prospects National Team 17U and Mizuno Baseball 17U tied 1-1 in Game 4 from Premier 4. Prospects catcher Dominc Tamez caught three runners stealing and picked off another at first base. Check him out in the video embedded below. Tamez was named player of the game. On the mound, USA’s Brandon Porter threw three innings and struck out five. He gave up no runs on his way to pitcher of the game.

In Game 5 from Premier 4Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon defeated Hunter Pence Cunningham, 10-2. Player of the game was Spencer McFarland who went 2-2 with one RBI. Pitcher of the game was Kyle Gough who threw three innings striking out just as many (3) and giving up no earned runs.

Premier 5

Game 1 at Premier 5 ended in a 1-1 tie between Banditos 16U Sanchez and Marucci Elite Texas 15U-Biggers. For the Banditos, Justin Travis threw four innings and struck out five while giving up two hits. For Marucci, Clayton Broeder threw four innings striking out three while allowing two hits. Both were named players of the game.

In Game 2 from Premier 5, Dynasty Baseball 16U Blue beat Marucci Elite Texas 15U-Biggers, 8-4. Player of the game was Kenneth Booker who went 2-3 with one double, one RBI and one run scored.

In Game 3 from Premier 5, Hunter Pence Danielson defeated Marucci Elite Texas 16U-Thistlethwaite, 6-4. Evan Godwin dealt for three innings striking out 8 and giving up one hit. He was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, Reed Smith went 2-3 with one double and one RBI. He was named player of the game.

The Houston Athletics 15U Black defeated Dynasty Baseball 16U Black, 7-2, in Game 4 from Premier 5. Pitcher of the game was Austin Dean who threw four innings and struck out five with one run allowed. Player of the game was Ryan Pavlik who went 1-1 with one double, one RBI, one walk, and one stolen base.

Houston Athletics 15U Black defeated Marucci Elite Texas 15U-Carroll, 7-6, in Game 5 from Premier 5. Brayden Johnson threw 4.2 innings and struck out seven on his way to player of the game.

Premier 6

Reed Chumley hit a grand slam in Premier Baseball Futures 16U Auippa‘s 5-2 victory over RTG Baseball-Fisher 16U in Game 1 from Premier 6. Chumley was 1-2 with those four RBIs and was named player of the game. Check out his grand slam in the video embedded below. On the mound, Cole Grimes threw 3.2 innings and struck out 5. He allowed one run and was named pitcher of the game.

In Game 2 from Premier 6, Texas Slam defeated Houston Athletics 17U Santiago, 5-4. Player of the game was David Perez who went 1-2 with a two-run home run. Pitcher of the game was Dylan Whitehurst who threw 3.2 innings and struck out three on his way to the victory.

PrimeTime National handed Texas Slam a loss in Game 3 from Premier 6 as they won 10-6. Zach Vorst went 2-3 with one double, two runs batted in, one stolen base, and one run scored. Zach Sanchez went 2-3 with one home run and five runs batted in. Both of PrimeTime’s hitters were named players of the game.

In Game 4 from Premier 6, PrimeTime 16U Black knocked around Marucci Elite Texas 16U-Mardirosian, 21-5. Connor Fremin mashed as he went 3-4 with one triple, one double, 5 RBIs, and three runs scored. He also had a stolen base on his way to being named player of the game.

Performance Baseball 17U defeated Hunter Pence Clark, 12-2, in Game 5 from Premier 6. For Performance, Keylon Mack smashed a triple in the game while Callahan Baldree went 2-2 with one double, two RBI, one run scored, and one stolen base. Baldree also threw two hitless innings with one strikeout. Baldree was named player of the game.

Premier 7

Game 1 from Premier 7 ended in a 6-6 tie between Houston Athletics 16U Everett and Hunter Pence Allen. For the A’s, Hayde Key went 2-2 and David Amaya went 1-2 with two runs scored and two walks. For Hunter Pence, Zachary Lee went 1-3 with one double and one RBI. Zack Bordelon went 1-2 with one triple and two runs batted in. And on the mound, Benjamin Hegedus threw four innings striking out seven and giving up one hit on his way to player of the game.

In Game 2 from Premier 7, PrimeTime 16U Black narrowly defeated RTG Baseball-Fisher 16U, 4-3. RTG’s Matt Flowers went 2-3 with one triple, one RBI and two runs scored and was named player of the game. Also to note, Nathan Calvillo went 3-3. Ethan Aloma went 2-3 as well.

South Pioneers knocked off Prospects National Team 17U, 5-1, in Game 3 from Premier 7. Eric Dluzniewski was brilliant going all seven innings giving up two hits and one run. Dluzniewski had a no hitter through six innings. He struck out 12 batters on his way to player of the game. Hitter of the game was Keagan Vance who went 3-3 with one walk.

In Game 4 from Premier 7, South Pioneers won their second game of the day beating Hunter Pence Cunningham, 6-5. Eric Dluzniewski was again player of the game, this time doing his damage at the plate. He was 2-3 in the game.

Marucci Elite Texas 16U-Mardirosian came from behind late to defeat Performance Baseball 15U, 5-2. Marucci’s Jared Silva broke the 2-2 tie in the 6th with a three-run triple (watch in the video below). For Performance, Caden Noah went 2-3 with one triple, one double and two runs batted in. He was named hitter of the game. On the mound for Performance, Kolby Parker threw 5.1 innings and struck out 11. He gave up three hits and one earned run on his way to player of the game.

Premier 8

Marucci Elite Texas 16U-Thistlethwaite defeated Houston Athletics 15U Gold, 6-0, in Game 1 at Premier 8. On the mound, Marucci’s Dylan Conde threw a complete game shutout going all seven innings and giving up just two hits. He struck out four batters and was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, his teammate Clay Sowell went 1-2 with a two-out, two-run triple. Sowell was named player of the game.

In Game 2 at Premier 8, Hunter Pence Danielson and Houston Athletics 15U Gold ended in a 6-6 tie. On the mound for the A’s, Will Dolan threw 4.1 innings and struck out two with one walk and one earned run. Dolan was named pitcher of the game. At the plate for Hunter Pence, Luke Nagy went 2-3 with two runs batted in. He also swiped two bags on his way to player of the game.

In Game 3 at Premier 8, Dynasty Baseball 17U Black defeated Premier Baseball Futures 17U Evans, 10-3. Kyle Stasny went 2-4 with one double and three runs batted in. He also scored one run and stole one base. Stasny was named player of the game.

In Game 4 from Premier 8, Dynasty Baseball 16U Blue beat Hunter Pence Calhoun, 4-1. At the plate, Brody Logan went 2-3 with one double, one RBI and and one stolen base. He was named player of the game. His teammate Townes Cox went 2-3 with one double and one RBI.

Performance Baseball 16U defeated Dynasty Baseball 16U Black, 8-1, in Game 5 from Premier 8. Jacob Philpot went 1-2 with two runs batted in. He drew two walks and was named player of the game.

Saturday, June 3, 2017

 

Dudes of the Day

John Nork (Houston Athletics 17U Santiago): 7IP, 7K, H, 0R

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

Miguel Vega (DBAT McGhee): 4-7, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 2R

Conner Kestler (Hunter Pence Calhoun): 5-6, 2 2B, 2 3B, 5 RBI, R

Rhett McCaffety (Hunter Pence Calhoun): 6IP, 9K, 4H, ER

Noe Guerrero III (Banditos 16U Sanchez): 7IP, 7K, 5H, BB, 0ER

Hudson Owens (DBAT Tompkins): 3-6, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, R

Xavier Lovett (Marucci Elite Texas 16U Thistlethwaite): 4-6, 3B, HR, 3 RBI, 4R

Premier 3

In Game 1 from Premier 3, Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon defeated Prospects National Team 17U, 3-0. Dylan Bourgeois and Jason Michels combined for a three-hit shutout. Bourgeois threw four two-hit innings and struck out six. Michels threw three one-hit innings striking out four. Both were named pitchers of the game. At the plate, Connor Phillips went 2-3 with one double, one home run, two runs batted in and one run scored. Phillips was named player of the game.

Houston Athletics 17U Santiago shut out Hunter Pence Clark, 2-0, in Game 2 and Premier 3. For Hunter Pence, Mason Moskowicz threw five one-hit innings striking out three without allowing any runs. For the A’s, Jacob Rothenberg went 2-4 with one RBI and three stolen bags. Rothenberg was named hitter of the game. On the mound, John Nork threw seven one-hit innings striking out seven. He walked one batter on his way to player of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 3, PrimeTime National defeated Performance Baseball 17U, 4-3. Zachary Vorst went 3-4 with two doubles, one triple, one RBI, and one run scored on his way to hitter of the game. On the mound, Zach Visser threw seven innings striking out seven. He gave up eight hits, three earned runs, and walked two batters on his way to player of the game.

Houston Warriors 17U Silver beat Texas Colt 45’s, 5-2, in Game 4 from Premier 3. Hitter of the game was Alex Smith who went 3-4 with one double, one RBI and two runs scored. Player of the game was Matthew Kissamis who threw three no-hit innings and struck out three. He also went 1-3 at the plate.

Premier 4

In Game 1 from Premier 4, PrimeTime 16U Black defeated Premier Baseball Futures 16U Auippa, 8-5. PrimeTime’s Connor Fremin went 2-2 with one double, two runs batted in and one stolen base. Matt Flowers threw a complete game striking out five and allowing four runs with eight hits. Flowers picked up pitcher of the game after earning the W. Ryan Patterson went 3-3 with one double, one RBI and one stolen base. Patterson was named player of the game.

Performance Baseball 15U came away with a 2-1 victory over RTG Baseball – Fisher 16U in Game 2 from Premier 4. RTG’s Trey Escobedo threw a complete game striking out two and giving up four hits with no earned runs allowed. At the plate, Escobedo went 2-3 with one double and one RBI. He was named player of the game. Also to note, Performance’s Hunter Holland threw a complete game himself striking out five with five hits allowed.

Performance Baseball 15U beat PrimeTime 16U Black, 12-4, in Game 3 from Premier 4. Gage Goddard went 2-4 with two doubles and was named player of the game. Performance Baseball’s Brady Odom went 1-2 with one triple, three runs batted in, and three runs scored. 

In Game 4 from Premier 4, Marucci Elite 16U – Mardirosian knocked off RTG Baseball – Fisher 16U, 8-3. Marucci’s Landon Sopchak went 2-3 with one stolen base. Andrew Arriaga went 2-3 with two runs batted in and was named player of the game. On the mound, Bryce Shook threw four innings striking out five. He gave up two hits and was named pitcher of the game.

Premier 5

Marucci Elite Texas 16U – Thistlethwaite beat Clutch Athletics 16U, 6-2, in Game 1 from Premier 5. Jake Arthur did it all as he went 1-3 at the plate with one home run and two RBIs. On the mound, Arthur threw five innings striking out seven. He didn’t allow a run and was named player of the game for his outstanding performance.

In Game 2 from Premier 5, Hunter Pence Danielson defeated Clutch Athletics 16U, 12-2. Hunter Pence’s Jacob Delacerda threw two innings and struck out four without allowing a run. He was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, Texas Tech commit Bo Willis went 3-4 with two doubles, three runs batted in and one run scored. Willis was named player of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 5, Houston Athletics 15U Gold beat DBAT McGhee, 12-7. Miguel Vega went 2-3 with one home run and three runs batted in on his way to player of the game. Other contributors in the contest were Michael Sterling (2-4 with one double, two runs batted in and one run scored), Kaden Morton (2-4 with one run scored), and Will Doland (1-2 with two runs batted in and two runs scored)

Performance Baseball 16U came out on top over Dallas Tigers Ahearne in Game 4 from Premier 5. On the mound, Seth Smith threw five one-hit innings striking out six. He gave up just one run and was named player of the game. At the plate, Performance’s Kobe Kale went 2-3 with one RBI and was named hitter of the game.

Premier 6

In Game 1 at Premier 6, Hunter Pence Calhoun defeated Marucci Elite Texas 15U – Biggers, 12-6. Caden Laird went 2-3 wit one RBI and two runs scored. Conner Kestler shined going 3-3 with two doubles, two runs batted in and one run scored. Kestler was named player of the game.

Hunter Pence Calhoun defeated Banditos 16U Sanchez, 9-1, in Game 2 from Premier 6. Conner Kestler went 2-3 with two triples and three runs batted in. He was named to his second consecutive player of the game. On the mound, Rhett McCafrey threw six innings and struck out 9. He was named pitcher of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 6, Banditos 16U Sanchez defeated DBAT Tompkins, 3-0, behind the arm of Noe Guerrero III. The righty threw seven strong innings striking out just as many (7) while walking just one batter. He allowed five hits and sat 85-88 MPH (see below) on the radar gun. Guerrero was named player of the game. At the dish, his teammate Cole Outlaw helped him out by going 2-2 with one RBI and one run scored.

 

 

In Game 4 from Premier 6, Dynasty Baseball 16U Black came from behind to defeat Marucci Elite Texas – 15U Carroll, 11-10. Tommy Ivey went 2-3 with one triple and a three-run home run. He was named player of the game. To win the contest, Matthew Burke smacked a two-run double to walk it off. Watch his game-winning hit in the video embedded below.

Premier 7

In Game 1 from Premier 7, South Pioneers shut out Mizuno Baseball USA 16U, 3-0. For the Pioneers, Kyle Taylor threw five two-hit innings and struck out seven. He was named player of the game. For Mizuno, Adam Houghtaling threw five innings striking out just as many (5).

In Game 2 from Premier 7, DBAT Tompkins beat Marucci Elite Texas – 15U Biggers, 12-5. Pitcher of the game was DBAT’s William Balthrope who threw three innings and struck out four. Player of the game was Hudson Owens who went 2-3 with one double and a home run. He also had four runs batted in. Also to note, DBAT’s Luke Piper went 4-4, Ben Kesler went 2-3 with two runs batted in and one run scored, and Carson Collins went 2-4 with one double and two runs scored. For Marucci, Austin Hinson went 2-3 with one triple and one RBI.

In Game 3 from Premier 7, Houston Athletics 16U Everett beat Dynasty Baseball 17U Black, 10-5. Player of the game was Braden Norris who went 3-3 with two runs scored and one RBI. Other contributors were Matthew Thompson (2-4 with one double, two runs batted in, and two runs scored) and Hayde Key (2-4 with with three runs batted in and one run scored)

Marucci Elite 2018 Lynch defeated Texas Twelve Black, 5-4, in Game 4 from Premier 7. Trey Medford went 1-3 with one double and one RBI. He was named player of the game.

Premier 8

Hunter Pence Allen defeated Premier Baseabll Futures 17U Evans, 4-2, in Game 1 from Premier 8. Arian Tababian was a two-way dude as he threw four innings and struck out three. At the plate, Tababian went 2-4 with one double and two runs batted in. He was named player of the game.

In Game 2 from Premier 8, Xavier Lovett stole the show as. Marucci Elite Texas – 16U Thistlethwaite beat DBAT McGhee, 10-8. Lovett went 3-3 with a two run home run. He had three runs batted in on his way to player of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 8, Dallas Tigers Ahearne shut out Dynasty Baseball 16U Black, 8-0. Jayton Oldacre went 2-3 with one triple, one RBI and one run scored on his way to player of the game. Pitcher of the game was Bryan Terry who threw five scorless innings. He struck out two while giving up five hits on his way to pitcher of the game.

Hunter Pence Clark beat PrimeTime National, 6-5, in Game 4 from Premier 8. Anthony Almazan went 3-4 with four runs batted in and two stolen bases on his way to player of the game. Pitcher of the game was Josh Middleton who threw 5.2 innings and struck out five. He didn’t give up any earned runs.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

 

Dudes of the Day

Jose Rodriguez (Houston A’s Santiago): 3-4, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 3R

Andre Arnold (Houston Warriors 17U Silver): 4-6, 2B, 6 RBI, 3R

Tripp Sealy (Hunter Pence Allen): 6IP, 6K, 0H

Keshon Williams (Performance 15U): 4-5, 2 2B, 2 RBI, 2R

William Burford (Houston Athletics 15U Black) 5-7, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 2R

Seth Smith (Performance 16U): 4-5, 3 2B, 5 RBI, R

Luke Piper (DBAT Tompkins): 4-6, 2 2B, RBI, R

Dakotah Mote (Dallas Tigers Ahearne): 3-4, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 2R

Premier 3

In Game 1 from Premier 3, Houston Athletics 17U Santiago fell to Performance Baseball 17U, 6-5. On the mound for Performance, Alex Bruce threw four no-hit innings striking out three batters on his way to pitcher of the game. On offense, Jose Rodriguez went 2-3 with a home run, one RBI and one run scored. He was named player of the game. Also to note, for the A’s, Johnathan Thomas went 2-3 with a double and one RBI. And, Dylan Whitehurst went 2-4 with two doubles and one RBI.

 

 

DBAT Tompkins defeated Dynasty Baseball 16U Blue in Game 2 from Premier 3, 8-0. Hudson Owens threw 5.1 innings of one-hit baseball on his way to player of the game. He issued just one walk in the contest as well. At the plate for DBAT, Carson Collins went 1-2 with one triple, two runs batted in and one run scored. Collins was named hitter of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 3, DBAT Tompkins beat Hunter Pence Calhoun, 10-1. For Hunter Pence, Ethan Campos went 2-2 with one double and one run scored. For DBAT, Noah Kirkpatrick went 2-4 with one double and two runs batted in. Johny Follett went 2-3 with two runs batted in. Hudson Owens went 3-4 with one RBI and one run scored. And, Luke Piper went 3-4 with two doubles, one RBI and two runs scored. Piper was named player of the game. And on the mound, Cam Brown threw six innings. He gave up four hits and struck out seven on his way to pitcher of the game.

Marucci Elite Texas 16U Mardirosian defeated Premier Baseball Futures 16U Auippa, 9-1, in Game 4 from Premier 3. Player of the game was Brandon Kostelnik who went 2-3 with two doubles and one run scored. Pitcher of the game was Jared Silva who threw five one-hit innings and struck out three.

Texas Colt 45’s defeated Premier Baseball Futures 17U Mitchell, 6-2, in Game 5 from Premier 3. Ryan Chamberlain went all seven innings allowing just one run and four hits. Chamberlain was extremely efficient and finished the game on just 68 pitches en route to being named pitcher of the game. Hitter of the game was Drew Baggerley went 2-3 with two runs batted in and two runs scored.

Premier 4

Houston Warriors 17U Silver took care of business in Game 1 from Premier 4 by beating Texas Twelve Black, 11-3. On the mound for the Warriors was Alejandro Garcia who threw six innings and struck out four. He allowed four hits and one earned run on his way to pitcher of the game. At the plate, Garcia went 2-2 with two doubles and three runs batted in. Andre Arnold went 2-2 with one double and four runs batted in. He was named player of the game. Matthew Kissamis and Gavin Rhoads each had a double in the contest.

In Game 2 from Premier 4, Dallas Tigers Ahearne defeated Houston Athletics 15U Black, 6-3. Dakotah Mote went 2-2 with two doubles and three runs batted in on his way to player of the game. Canton Long threw 5.1 innings striking out six on his way to the victory and pitcher of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 4, Dallas Tigers Ahearne defeated Marucci Elite Texas 15U Carroll, 11-4. Jayton Oldacre went 2-2 with one double and two runs batted in. He scored twice and was named player of the game. Dakotah Mote went 1-2 with one double as well.

Dynasty Baseball 17U Black narrowly beat RTG Baseball Fisher 17U, 8-7, in Game 4 from Premier 4. For RTG, Alex Amador and Joseph Garza each had a double. For Dynasty, Grant O’Neal went 2-3 with one double and two runs batted in. He was named player of the game for his performance.

Tripp Sealy spun a six inning no-hitter as Hunter Pence Allen defeated Dynasty Baseball 17U Back, 10-0, in Game 5 from Premier 4. Sealy walked just two hitters in the no-hit effort and was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, Julian Rojas went 2-4 with one home run, one double, two runs batted in, and two runs scored and was named hitter of the game.

Premier 5

In Game 1 from Premier 5, Marucci Elite Texas 15 Carroll defeated Performance Basebal 16U, 8-2. Layne Roblyer went 2-4 with two doubles and four runs batted in on his way to player of the game. Jack Lovelace threw seven strong innings striking out two and giving up just one earned run. Lovelace was named pitcher of the game. Also to note, Keshon Williams went 3-3 with a double and one RBI for Performance.

Hunter Pence Danielson beat DBAT McGhee, 4-1, in Game 2 from Premier 5. On the mound, Hunter Pence’s Jake Zettel threw fve innings striking out two. He gave up four hits and one earned run on his way to the W. Coming in for the save was Armani Sanchez who threw two one-hit innings striking out two. Both Zettel and Sanchez were named pitchers of the game. At the plate, John Mounce went 1-3 with one triple, one RBI and one run scored. Logan Leax went 2-3 with one RBI and one run scored. Leax was named player of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 5, DBAT McGhee defeated Clutch Athletics 16U, 9-0. Ryan Depperschmidt and Donnovan Corley both went 1-2 with one home run and two runs batted in. They were named hitters of the game. Also to note on offense, Miguel Vega went 2-2 with two doubles and one run scored. On the mound, Kadon Morton threw six innings and struck out three. He gave up four hits and was named player of the game. Check him out in the video embedded below.

Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon defeated South Pioneers, 18-1, in Game 4 from Premier 5. Spencer McFarland was hitter of the game after going 2-2 with one double, two runs batted in and two stolen bases. Justin Wishkoski went 2-3 with an RBI and two runs scored. Jake Henley went 1-3 with a triple, three runs batted in and two runs scored. And on the mound, Ryan Segner threw five one-hit innings striking out 10. He was named player of the game.

Premier 6

In Game 1 from Premier 6, Mizuno Baeball 17U beat Hunter Pence Cunningam, 5-2. Jack Granack did damage at the plate and on the mound. He threw three innings and struck out three with one earned run. On offense, Granack went 2-2 with one double, one RBI and one run scored. He was named player of the game. Also to note, Hunter Pence’s Kyle Bearden went 2-3 with one run scored.

Game 2 at Premier 6 ended in a 9-9 tie between Houston Athletics 15U Gold and Clutch Athletics 16U. For Clutch Athletics, Ryan Davenport went 2-3 with one triple and three runs scored. John Nelson went 2-3 with one double, one RBI and one run scored. Parker Alford went 2-3 with two runs batted in and one run scored. And, Nicolas Ramirez went 3-4 with one double and two runs batted in on his way to player of the game. For the A’s, Salvatore Martinez went 2-3 with one double and one RBI. And on the mound, Cole Smajstrla came in for relief to throw four innings. He struck out four and gave up one earned run on his way to pitcher of the game.

In Game 3 from Premier 6, Performance Baseball 16U held off Houston Athletics 15U Black, 14-7. Seth Smith went 2-2 with two doubles and five runs batted in for Performance. He also scored once. William Burford went 4-4 with three doubles and three runs batted in for the A’s. He also scored twice. Both were named players of the game.

Premier Baseball Futures 17U Evans defeated Houston Athletics 16U Everett, 7-2, in Game 4 from Premier 6. For Premier, Adam Kloffenstein went 1-2 with one double and one run scored. Christian Sanders went 2-2 with one RBI. And Reece Choate went 1-3 with a home run. Sanders was named player of the game.

Premier 7

In Game 1 from Premier 7, Marucci Elite Texas 17U defeated Premier Baseball Futures 17U Mitchell, 7-1. Isaac Rivera went 2-3 with one ome run, two runs batted in and two runs scored. On the mound, he threw three innings striking out six without allowing any earned runs. Rivera was named player of the game. Also to note, Trey Medford went 2-3 with a double and one RBI.

Hunter Pence Clark shut out Texas Slam, 4-0, in Game 2 from Premier 7. Louis Castillo went 2-3 with one double and one run scored. He picked up hitter of the game honors. Gavin Pettelier went 1-3 with two runs scored. And on the mound, Justin Smith threw seven innings and struck out three. He gave up just three hits on his way to player of the game.

Game 3 (scratched): Dynasty Baseball 16U Blue vs. Banditos 16U Sanchez

In Game 4 from Premier 7, Hunter Pence Cuningham beat Prospects National Team 17U, 11-4. On the mound, Justin Barnes threw three one-hit innings and struck out six. At the plate, Jared Barta stood out going 1-3 with one double and three runs batted in. Barnes was the pitcher of the game while Barta was the player of the game.

Premier 8

Houston Athletics 16U Everett defeated RTG Baseball Fisher 17U, 8-3, in Game 1 from Premier 8. On the mound, Jason Brown threw 3.1 innings and struck out five on his way to picking up the victory. He also just gave up two hits. And at the plate, he got two hits going 2-3 with one double, three runs batted in and one run scored. Brown was named player of the game. Braden Norris, his teammate, went 2-3 with one RBI, two runs scored and one stolen base. Norris was named hitter of the game.

Premier Baseball Futures 17U Auippa defeated Performance Baseball 16U, 8-5, in Game 2 from Premier 8. For PBF, Caden Nevot went 1-3 with one triple and two runs batted in. Timonthy Williamson went 2-3 with one double and one walk. Williamson also came in for the .1IP close to pick up the save. Williamson was named player of the game.

Game 3 (Scratched): Performance Baseball 17U vs. Texas Slam

Houston Warriors 17U Silver defeated Premier Baseball Futures 17U Mitchell, 6-1, in Game 4 from Premier 8. Andre Arnold went 2-4 with two runs batted in and two runs scored. He also made a great diving catch to end the game. Pitcher of the game was Alex Smith who threw four two-hit innings and struck out one.

Monday, June 5, 2017

 

Dudes of the Day

Gehrig Griffis (DBAT Elite 15U Tompkins): 4-6, 2B, 2 RBI, R

Luke Piper (DBAT Elite 15U Tompkins): 4-7, 2B, 3 RBI, 2R

Evan Godwin (Hunter Pence Danielson): 5IP, 10K, 0H

Bo Willis (Hunter Pence Danielson): 3-7, 2 2B, 3 RBI

Kevin Hoy (Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon): 6.2IP, 6K, 4H

Nathan Wellmann (Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon): 3-6, 2 2B, 2 RBI

17U Bracket

In the first 10am semi-final game from Premier 5, Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon shut out Hunter Pence Allen, 2-1. On the mound, Premier’s Kevin Hoy was dominant pitching 6.2 innings and striking out six. He gave up four hits and one earned run on his way to player of the game. His counterpart Benjamin Hegedus went five innings striking out four and giving up two earned runs. At the plate for Premier, Nathan Wellmann went 1-3 with one double and one RBI.

PrimeTime Baseball 17U National defeated Houston Warriors 17U Silver, 10-3, in the second 10am semi-final game from Premier 6. On the mound, Landre Buzzard threw 4.2 innings and struck out two on his way to pitcher of the game. Player of the game was Zach Visser (watch his three-run double below) who went 1-3 with one double, four runs batted in and one run scored. Also to note, Alejando Alvarez and Zachary Vorst each hit one double.

In the championship game from Premier 5, Premier Baseball Futures 17U Nixon blanked PrimeTime Baseball 17U National, 10-0. On the mound for Premier, Connor Phillips threw the game’s four innings striking out three and giving up two hits. He was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, Justin Wishkoski went 2-3 with two runs scored. Jake Henley went 1-2 with one RBI and one run scored. Cade McMullen went 1-2 with two runs batted in and one run scored. Jackson Sutter went 1-4 with four runs batted in. And Nathan Wellmann (see below) went 2-3 with one double and one RBI. Wellman was named player of the game.

16U Bracket

In the first 10am semi-final game from Premier 3, Hunter Pence Danielson combined for a no-hit shutout in their 8-0 win over PrimeTime Baseball 16U Black. Evan Godwin started the game going five innings and striking out 10 (without any hits). JJ Goss came in to throw two innings striking out three (without any hits). Godwin earned player of the game for his performance. At the plate, Peyton Chatagnier went 1-3, John Mounce went 1-2 with one run scored, Michael Cervantes went 1-3, and Bo Willis went 2-4 with one double and one RBI. Hitter of the game was Luke Nagy who went 3-4 with four RBIs and one run scored. See two of his runs batted in in the video below.

DBAT Elite 15U Tompkins had a huge first inning which led them to a 14-2 victory over Performance Baseball 16U, 14-2, in the second 10am semi-final game from Premier 4. For Performance, Keithan Ross hit a pinch-hit double and scored a run. For DBAT, Gehrig Griffis went 3-4 with one double, two runs batted in and one run scored and was named hitter of the game. Catcher Luke Piper went 3-4 with one double and three runs batted in and was named player of the game. Check out Piper in the video below. Also to note, Ben Kesler went 1-2 with one double, three runs batted in and one run scored. Cam Brown went 1-3 with one double, three runs batted in and two runs scored. And, Martin Rodriguez Jr. went 1-3 with one double, one RBI and one run scored.

In the championship game from Premier 3, Hunter Pence Danielson defeated DBAT Elite 15U Tompkins, 9-1. On the mound, Reed Smith threw 4.2 innings striking out two and giving up two hits. He sat 86-88 MPH on the radar gun and hit 90 MPH in the contest (watch him in the video embedded below). At the plate for DBAT, Gehrig Griffis and Luke Piper each got one hit. For Hunter Pence Danielson, John Mounce went 1-3 with one RBI and one run. Bo Willis went 1-3 with one double and two runs batted in. Kyle Reece went 1-1 with two runs batted in while walking twice. Parker Perez went 1-1 with one RBI and one run scored. Izayah Quezada went 2-3 with one RBI and one run scored. And, Peyton Chatagnier went 2-3 with one double, one RBI and two runs scored. Chatagnier was named player of the game.

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