Firecracker baseball tournament 2017

firecracker baseball tournament 2017

CRALL provides T-ball and Youth Baseball for ages who live in Coon Rapids and Andover. 9 yr old Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions WISH STAR DONATION FORM. NCS RAIDERS. FIRECRACKER TOURNAMENT. The “Wish Stars” are a fundraiser to help us raise funds to cover the cost of our. Check Out Sports at the Beach Travel Team Baseball Tournament Schedule. Top Tournaments for all Baseball Divisions 7U, 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, 14U.

watch the thematic video

2017 Mattoon Firecracker Tournament

Firecracker baseball tournament 2017 - apologise

Shockers go at Firecracker Tournament

MARINETTE - The Green Bay Shockers legion baseball team played two games at the Marinette Firecracker Tournament on Saturday.

The Shockers won their first game, defeating Escanaba

Shockers starter Bryce Miller gave up three runs in six innings of work, striking out five to earn the victory.

Will Conard drove in three runs on 3-for-5 hitting while Jarrett Scheelk collected three hits, two doubles, and drove in a run for Green Bay.

In their second game, the Shockers fell to Gladstone

Casey Roeser suffered the loss, allowing three runs in four innings of relief on the bump.

Hunter Garling drove in three runs on three hits to lead Gladstone at the plate.

De Pere 3, Hortonville 0

KIMBERLY - The De Pere legion team won their game in the Kimberly tournament.

Cole Nelson earned the victory, striking out three over seven shutout innings.

Kyle Kosobucki and Jordan Zimmerman each drove in a run on two hits for De Pere.

Late Friday

New London 5, Ashwaubenon 0

NEW LONDON - Will Wholt threw a complete game shutout to lead New London to the win.

Wholt collected two hits and an RBI.

Austin Hanson went 2-for-3 with a run driven in for New London.

Green Bay Southwest 3, Sheboygan 1

SHEBOYGAN - The Green Bay Southwest legion baseball team picked up a nonconference victory Friday night.

Quinn Dellise, Marcus Rauschenbach and Cole Schabow all drove in runs for Southwest.

Ian Way earned the victory, tossing four scoreless innings with seven strikeouts for Green Bay.

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]
 12U

13U 

Congratulations to our All-Star Teams


11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
10 yr old MN State Champions


No Little League Postseason due to COVID pandemic


12 yr old District 1, MN State Champions, and Midwest Region Champions
11 yr old District 1Champions
9 yr old Crystal Tournament Champions, Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions


12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
10 yr old District 1Champions
9 yr old Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions


12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
10 yr old District 1Champions
9 yr old Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions


12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
10 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
9 yr old Crystal Tournament Champions, Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions


13 yr old District 1, MN State and Central Region Champions
11 yr old Metro Classic Champions
10 yr old District 1 Champions, Robbinsdale Wood Bat Tournament Champions
9 yr old Crystal Tournament Champions, Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions


13 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
12 yr old Metro Classic Champions
11 yr old Glen Lake Tournament Champions
10 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
9 yr old Blaine Tournament Champions


12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]
 9U 

Legion baseball: Plover dethrones Madison for Firecracker title

The Plover Legion baseball team came into the Firecracker 92 Legion baseball tournament riding a five-game losing streak.

The Black Sox leave the tournament with a five-game win streak and the championship trophy.

Plover (Wis.) won the Firecracker 92 Legion tournament with a victory over Madison (Wis.), the defending champion, on Sunday at the Rochester Baseball Complex.

"This team really needed this tournament," Plover pitcher Nick Schroeder said.

The Black Sox needed it not only to start winning, but they also needed it to show they could compete with the Impact, one of Wisconsin's top Legion baseball teams. Madison had defeated Plover each time the two teams faced each other earlier this season.

Schroeder said winning the championship over a rival made it even more special.

"We really, really wanted this one," Schroeder said. "This one means a lot to us."

This rival, Madison, was far from full strength, though. The Impact played a inning semifinal earlier on Sunday. It forced Madison to use the pitcher it planned to put on the mound in the championship game.

Instead, the Impact sent its starting catcher, Logan Michaels, out to pitch. He allowed one hit and no earned runs in two innings, but Madison replaced him in the third as his control started to slip away.

The Impact held on for as long as they could, but they could only hang on for so long after basically playing one more game than Plover that day. A double from Mitch Bignell and a single from Jack Kelly gave the Black Sox a lead in the bottom of the fifth. An error committed by Madison gave Plover a lead heading into the sixth inning.

"We just missed a beat there, they jumped on it, and we couldn't recover," Impact coach AJ Verhage said.

By that time, Verhage was often asking the umpire for time to go speak with his pitchers. One trip included bringing Gatorade to pitcher Cody Matush, who also had a calf cramp. Verhage had to stretch Matush's calf during that same trip.

Verhage, who gave credit to the Black Sox for a playing a great game, said he could see the fatigue affect Madison's base running and hitting, too.

"That helped us a lot, them having to play that many games," Plover coach Wayne Sankey said.

It's not as if the Black Sox were vibrant and full of energy, though. Plover played its semifinal game against Viroqua (Wis.) right before the championship game.

Still, Schroeder, who closed the game, had to set any fatigue aside if he wanted to take the trophy from Madison.

If he had let lethargy affect him, things could have become ugly quickly. Doubles from Justus Benson and Jacob Anhalt brought the Impact within one in the top of the sixth inning.

Schroeder kept that momentum from continuing into the top of the seventh, though. He walked one batter, but he didn't allow a hit.

He said the key to succeeding in a moment like that comes down to trusting his teammates.

"You can't get down on them," Schroeder said. "You just have to count on them to make plays."

He was right to put his trust in his teammates because the Black Sox came through. That probably wouldn't have happened a week ago. But Plover isn't focusing on the past.

The Black Sox, instead, are now making plans for a long playoff run when they return to Wisconsin.

"That is why we like to come to these tournaments where we are playing a lot of games where you are going to be tired," Sankey said. "You have to be able to react, and you have to dig down deep and try to figure out a way to win games."

Plover 4, Madison 3

Plover###x#—#4#5#1

Madison###0#—#3#7#1

Plover:Jack Kelly 2-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 2B; Mitch Bignell 1-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 2B. Pitchers: Brett Ehr 5 1/3 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 0 K; Nick Schroeder 1 2/3 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 0 K.

Madison: Justus Benson 1-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 2B; Jacob Anhalt 1-for-1, 1 RBI, 1 2B; Reid Simon 1-for-2; Garrett McGraw 2-for Pitchers: Logan Michaels 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 K. Cody Matush 2 1/3 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 1 K. Jacob Anhalt 1 2/3 IP, 1 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 4 BB, 2 K.

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]
 17+