Newberry, FL – The FL PGF Super 40 has wrapped up, and if you missed it, well, you missed quite the spectacle. It’s time to break down the chaos, the drama, and the undeniable softball brilliance that went down in the Sunshine State.

12U: The Little Giants of Georgia Fire Gold 2011

In the 12U division, Georgia Fire Gold 2011 came in, swung their bats like they were born with them, and conquered the competition. These kids were on fire, scorching their way to a 7-1 record. Their favorite pastime? Scoring runs, and they did it with gusto, racking up 84 runs in just 8 games. That’s over ten runs per game for those counting, and yes, it’s as impressive as it sounds.

But it wasn’t all smooth sailing for Georgia Fire Gold. In the championship showdown, they found themselves in a 6-0 hole against a fierce GSA squad. Was it a calculated move to make things interesting? Who knows? They roared back, winning it 11-8. Drama, anyone?

SoCal Athletics Maranakis/Re 2029 Premier also made waves with a 6-1 record, handing the champs their only loss. Ohana 12U wasn’t far behind with a 5-1 performance. It was an intense, hard-fought battle in the 12U division, and these kids left it all on the diamond.

14U: Firecrackers Light the Way

In the 14U division, the Firecrackers Fl Balavender 14u claimed the crown. They faced off against EC Bullets Pines X in the final, and let’s just say they didn’t play nice. The Firecrackers emerged victorious with a 5-1 score, marking their territory in the softball kingdom.

Over the weekend, the Firecrackers posted an impressive 7-0-1 record, tying Santa Fe Inferno Humphrey. But it was in the championship where they truly shined. Their pitchers combined forces to allow just one run on two hits. Yes, they’re here to stay, and they won’t be underestimated.

EC Bullets Pines X put up a commendable 7-1 record, showing they’re a force to be reckoned with. Meanwhile, Bombers Gold 14U Florida had a solid 6-1 performance, only stumbling in a one-run game against the runner-up.

Santa Fe Inferno also had their moments, finishing with a 5-1-1 record. It was a division filled with ups, downs, and unexpected twists—a softball rollercoaster for the ages.

HS Division: FL Impact Swiderski-Hancock’s Perfect Storm

The high school division brought its own brand of madness to the table. FL Impact Swiderski-Hancock emerged as the champions, making a bold statement with a resounding 7-0 win over Tampa Mustangs Affrunti / Williams in the title clash. They had a perfect 8-0 run throughout the weekend, showcasing solid pitching and timely hitting.

The Mustangs didn’t go down without a fight, finishing 7-1 on the weekend and proving they’re a team to watch.

Santa Fe Inferno Nowling, VSA Lady Lions ’25-’26, and Texas Blaze (FL)-Johnson also posted impressive 6-1 records, keeping the competition fierce and unpredictable.

Once again, PGF delivered an unforgettable softball weekend. The FL PGF Super 40 brought together softball dreams, shattered a few, and crowned new champions. Until next time, keep those bats swinging and those gloves sharp.