It’s time to recap the action from this past weekend and three different events. The Bownet Elite Fastpitch Exposure Alliance Super Cup in Clearwater is up first!
In the 14U division at the Bownet Elite Fastpitch Exposure Alliance Super Cup in Clearwater, Florida. This event was filled with drama, surprises, and some serious softball skills on display. Buckle up, because we’re about to break it all down for you.
In the end, it was the Clearwater Bullets Schultheis who emerged as the champions. Now, let me tell you, these gals had quite the rollercoaster ride to get there. They started the tournament with a 0-3 record in the pool play. Ouch, that’s gotta sting. But hey, they didn’t let that get them down. They rallied, turned things around, and went a perfect 3-0 in the bracket play. Talk about a comeback, folks.
In the championship game, the Bullets faced off against Top Gun 14U National. It was a battle for the ages, a clash of the titans. And boy, did this game deliver. In the 5th inning, with the game on the line, Madison Smith stepped up to the plate and delivered a clutch single, knocking in two runs and giving the Bullets the lead. That’s what I call stepping up in the big moments, folks. Madison Smith, take a bow.
But the heroics didn’t stop there. Oh no, we had more drama in store. Taylor Tucker, who came in relief in the first inning, shut down Top Gun’s offense for the rest of the game. Not a single run was scored against her. That’s what I call lockdown pitching, folks. Taylor Tucker, you’re a rockstar on the mound.
Now, let’s give credit where credit is due. Krystyna Meyer from Top Gun had herself a solid game as well. She went 2-3 at the plate, with an RBI to boot. It’s always nice to see players stepping up and making an impact, even in a losing effort.
So, there you have it, folks. The Clearwater Bullets Schultheis are your 14U champions at the Bownet Elite Fastpitch Exposure Alliance Super Cup. They overcame a rocky start, made a comeback of epic proportions, and sealed the deal in the championship game. It was a thrill ride from start to finish, and these gals deserve all the applause.
Now, the HS division which was a battleground, filled with fierce competition and some serious talent. Let’s get right into the action and crown our champions.
In the end, Top Gun 18U National came out on top, hoisting that coveted championship trophy. They faced off against the Santa Fe Inferno – Nowling in the final, and boy, did they bring the heat. The final score was 5-2 in favor of Top Gun, and they left no doubt about their dominance.
Leading the charge for Top Gun was none other than Grace Shaw-Rockey. This gal was on fire, going 2-3 at the plate with a double and a whopping 3 RBI. Talk about a game-changing performance. Summer Horn also had a solid day at the plate, going 2-3 with an RBI. These gals were locked in and ready to take on anyone who dared to stand in their way.
On the other side, Santa Fe’s Grace Jones did her best to keep her team in the game. She went 1-3 at the plate with an RBI, showing some fight in the face of Top Gun’s dominance. J’Lyn Guyden and Marissa Burchard also collected hits, trying to make things happen for their squad.
But alas, it wasn’t enough to overcome the firepower of Top Gun. They were simply too strong, too determined to be denied. They put on a show, leaving the crowd in awe of their skills.
So there you have it, folks. Top Gun 18U National are your champions in the high school division at the Bownet Elite Fastpitch Exposure Alliance Super Cup. They proved themselves to be a force to be reckoned with, and they brought home the title in impressive fashion. Congratulations to Top Gun and all the teams who battled it out in this division. You put on quite the show.
Are you ready to battle on the diamond? Because that’s precisely what went down at the PGF Battle On The Diamond event in Leesburg, Florida. From November 18-19, teams from all over came together to showcase their skills, and boy, did they deliver. Let’s break it down, division by division, and crown our champions.
In the 14U division, it was Team Tampa 09, Representing in Leesburg, who emerged victorious, taking home the championship trophy. They faced off against the formidable Bombers Gold 14U Florida in the final, and it was a nail-biter, folks. The final score was 2-1 in favor of Team Tampa, but it wasn’t without some serious heroics.
Bam Jones was the star of the show, going 2-3 at the plate with two runs and a double. Talk about making an impact, folks. This gal was locked in and ready to rumble. On the pitching front, Ariel Ramirez was an absolute force, going the distance and allowing just one run while striking out six over seven innings. That’s what I call a dominant performance, my friends.
For the Bombers, Mia West did her best to keep her team in the game, going 1-3 with the only RBI. She left it all on the field, but unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overcome Team Tampa’s firepower.
Moving on to the 16U division, it was the TC Marauders 16U Ortiz who claimed the championship. They faced off against Central Florida Gold – Peterson and put on a hitting clinic. The final score was 9-4, and the Marauders showed no mercy.
Aspen Thomas led the charge for the Marauders, going 2-3 at the plate, showcasing her skills and leaving the opponents in awe. The Marauders racked up a total of 8 hits in the game, flexing their offensive muscles. Isabella Rivera did her best for Central Florida, going 2-2 with a double and an RBI, but it just wasn’t enough to overcome the Marauders’ dominance.
Last but certainly not least, we have the 18U division. The Hotshots – Treasure Coast took home the championship in a thrilling game against Atlanta Premier-Vance. The final score was 6-5, and it was a back-and-forth battle until the very end.
Taylor Patton had herself a day, going 2-2 at the plate with an RBI. She was a force to be reckoned with, leaving a trail of dust in her wake. Keyhara Alleyne brought the fireworks with a home run, driving in three crucial runs for the Hotshots. Talk about clutch, folks.
For Atlanta Premier, Hannah Davis went 2-2, showing her skills at the plate. Hannah Wilen and Enma Wilen also collected two hits each, trying to keep their team in the game. It was a valiant effort, but ultimately, the Hotshots proved to be too hot to handle.
There you have it, folks. The PGF Battle On The Diamond event delivered some serious softball action, and we have our champions. Congratulations to Team Tampa 09, TC Marauders 16U Ortiz, and the Hotshots – Treasure Coast for their incredible performances. You battled it out, you left it all on the field, and you came out on top. Well done, ladies.
We’re about to blast off into the softball galaxy with the 2023 Space Coast Invitational in Melbourne, Florida. This tournament was out of this world, filled with intense competition, jaw-dropping performances, and some serious star power. Let’s dive into the action and crown our champions.
In the 14U division, it was NJ Pride-Dean who claimed the top spot with an impressive 4-1 overall record. These gals were on fire, dominating their opponents left and right. Now, I have to give a shoutout to Sparks 14u Red, the only team that managed to hand NJ Pride-Dean a loss. Hey, you can’t win ’em all, right? But NJ Pride-Dean bounced back and showed why they deserved that championship title. These young guns left their mark on the field, and they’re definitely a force to be reckoned with in the softball universe.
Moving on to the 16U division, we witnessed a finesse showdown. Finesse 16u-Hoverman took the top spot, defeating Finesse 16u-Langlois/DePaulis by a whopping 9-1. Talk about a dominant performance, folks. Ava Gardner was the star of the show, going 1-1 at the plate with a stellar 3 RBI. Ryleigh Hall also made her presence known, going 2-3 with a triple and 3 RBI. And let’s not forget about Alli Wright, who got the win on the mound, allowing just one run and striking out nine over five innings. This team had finesse, power, and the skills to back it up.
Now, time to blast off into the 18U division, where Finesse 18u-Peters proved that they were the real deal. They faced off against Top Gun 17 National and shut them down with a 2-0 victory. Talk about a stellar performance, folks. Sophie Holverstott went 2-3 at the plate, leaving her mark on the game. Elly Koopman also stepped up, going 1-2 with a double and 2 RBI. And let’s not forget about the dynamic duo on the mound, Avery Arwood and Kay Meyers. They combined for a shutout and a whopping 13 strikeouts over seven innings. These gals were untouchable, my friends.
As for Top Gun, Elly Robbins did her best to make an impact, going 2-3 at the plate. But unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Finesse and power of Finesse 18u-Peters.
There you have it, folks. The 2023 Space Coast Invitational was an absolute blast, filled with incredible talent and some serious softball fireworks. Congratulations to NJ Pride-Dean, Finesse 16u-Hoverman, and Finesse 18u-Peters for their stellar performances and for claiming the championship titles in their respective divisions. You showed us what it means to be true softball stars.
Get ready for more softball action, because the season is just heating up. Until next time, keep swinging for the stars and keep the softball universe spinning!