Thursday, June 26, 2014

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Dudes of the Day
Pitcher – Davis Martin- Complete game shutout with 10 strikeouts
Position Player – Keone Givens- 5 for 6 with 3 RBI’s and a Home Run


Dallas Baptist
Game 1 at Dallas Baptist saw the Arlington A’s defeat the Airhogs Martin 8-1. Nick Gardner threw the last 3 innings for the win.  Shea Langeliers led the way offensively for the A’s with 2 hits including a double and triple with 2 RBI’s.  David Ruot had 2 hits for the Airhogs in a losing cause.
Pitcher of the Game – Isaac Schlabach
Player of the Game – Shea Langeliers
In Game 2 at Dallas Baptist, Airhogs Martin defeated DBAT Bonesio 3-0 behind a 2 hit shutout from Davis Martin. The right-hander recorded 10 strikeouts with a power slider and a fastball between 86-89 MPH.  Both hits for DBAT came from Shortstop Hudson Sanchez.  Grant Jones and Lane Bourland recorded RBI singles for the Airhogs.
Pitcher of the Game – Davis Martin
Player of the Game – Davis Martin
Game 3 at Dallas Baptist slated Dallas Patriots Valdez vs, Twelve Maroon 17U.  The Twelve won 2-1 behind the combined efforts of Pitchers Durbin Feltman and Walker Davis.  The duo scattered 6 hits to record the win.  Luken Baker doubled for the Twelve and scored both runs for the Twelve.  The offense for the Patriots was paced by Riley Pittman was 2-3 with a single and a triple and scored the lone run.  Brandon Provence threw 6 innings, surrendering 2 runs on 5 hits in a great effort
Pitcher of the Game – Brandon Provence
Player of the Game – Luken Baker
Game 4 at Dallas Baptist saw Twelve Maroon 17U defeat the Wichita Reds 4-1.  Jaxxon Grisham had 2 hits and Luken Baker tripled to drive in a run.  Collin Cameron combined 2 hits with a spectacular play in left field in the 5th inning to thwart a Reds rally. Brylie Ware doubled twice for the Reds in a losing effort.  Braden Minor tossed 5 innings, giving up 5 hits and exited the game in a 1-1 tie.
Pitcher of the Game – Braden Minor
Player of the Game – Collin Cameron
In Game 5, Twelve Maroon 16U defeated the Oklahoma Fuel 6-4.  Shelton Eppler threw 5 innings, with 6 strikeouts in earning the win. Koby Finley had 3 hits, including the game winner in the 5th inning.  Sammy Blair had 3 hits and 2 stolen bases to pace the Twelve offense.  For the Fuel, Keone Givens hammered the first home run of the tournament and collected 2 additional hits.  Jared Jones also had a multi-hit game for the Fuel including a double.
Pitcher of the Game – Shelton Eppler
Co Players of the Game – Koby Finley and Keone Givens


Weatherford College
Game 1 saw Dallas Patriots Stout defeat Twelve Maroon 16U 13-3.  Nick Cheema tossed a complete game and struckout 6 to earn the win.  The Patriot offense was led by Ryan Cash with 2 hits, 3 stolen bases and 2 runs scored.  Zack Chastain drove in 4 runs with a single and a double.
Pitcher of the Game – Nick Cheema
Player of the Game – Ryan Cash
In Game 2, The Oklahoma Fuel defeated Mac N Seitz Foster 3-0.  The winning pitcher was KJ Orr in relief of Tanner Kliewer.  Orr tossed 3 scoreless innings.  The Fuel offense was led by Keone Givens who was 2-3 with an RBI.  Brody Shook had 2 hits and Catcher Zac Bycko drove in the first run of the game for the Fuel.  The play of the day was made by Right Fielder Tanner Madden with a superb diving catch in the right center gap.
Pitcher of the Game – Tanner Kliewer
Player of the Game – Brody Shook
The Game 3 matchup resulted in a dramatic finish as the Storm erased a 3-1 deficit in the 7th inning to capture a 4-3 win over Dallas Patriots Stout.  The winning pitcher was Thomas Lauer who tossed 6 innings while surrendering 2 earned runs.  Tyler Boertge was 2-4 with a double and RBI single for the Storm.  Hunter Seay paced the Patriot offense with 2 RBI’s on a 2 for 3 day.
Pitcher of the Game – Thomas Lauer
Player of the Game – Tyler Boertge
Game 4 saw Mac N Seitz Foster use an offensive explosion to defeat the Amarillo Titans 13-2.  Jamey Fisher and Nolan Williams collected 3 hits each, while Eli Davis and Tyler Cox each had 2 hits.  The winning pitcher was Left Hander Hunter Swift from Staley High School.
Pitcher of the Game – Hunter Swift
Player of the Game – Jamey Fisher
In the night-cap, Game 5, the Amarillo Titans defeated the Storm 6-2.  JT Fogg and Browning Houser compiled 3 hits a piece in the win.  The winning pitcher for the Titans was Brent Silvas with 5 strikeouts in 4 innings.  For the Storm, Parker Murphy struck out 8 in 6 innings.
Pitcher of the Game – Brent Silvas
Player of the Game – Browning Houser


In Game 1, the Columbia Angels defeated DBAT Gallegos 2-1.  Mitchell Johnson threw 5 innings to get the win.  Catcher, Trent Bohny provided all of the Angels offense with a pair of RBI singles.  Jacob Vasquez recorded the save with 2 strong innings of relief.
Pitcher of the Game – Mitchell Johnson
Player of the Game – Trent Bohny
Game 2 saw DBAT Gallegos shut out Dallas Mustangs Randle 7-0.  DBAT got a combined effort from Wren Petty, Rafael Quezeda, Braden Williams and James Rudkin for the win.  Offensively, DBAT was lead by Trent Clarke with a pair of doubles and 2 RBI’s from Luke Wakamatsu.  Rafael Quezeda picked up the win in relief,
Pitcher of the Game – Wren Petty
Co Players of the Game – Trent Clark & Luke Wakamatsu
The night-cap, Game 3, at TCU was a late inning come from behind win for the Burkburnett Blacksox over the Columbia Angels.  The Angels took an early 5-0 lead only to see it erased by the offensive efforts of Grason Wright and Chase Duncan.  Each had 2 hits, with Wright driving a double to the left field gap and a triple to the right center field wall.  Jared Biddy came in relief and held the Angels scoreless over the last 3 innings for a 7-5 victory.
Pitcher of the Game – Jared Biddy
Player of the Game – Grason Wright

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