IThe fall 2013 season was less than spectacular for the 14U with a record of 14-13, but this season they decided to turn it around. Competing with the record of 16U Black at 19 wins in a row, they almost beat it and finished with a total of 15 wins in a row including 4 1st Place Championship trophies, they finished with a record of 28-18, "They definetely learned how to play together and understand their role in the team, which was a big positive adjustment for them," coach Christian said. It came at the right time especially now that they are moving up to the 15U division.  We are looking forward for our Fall season.   

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11U CAMERON GOFF:  We are proud to announce Cameron Goff as the 2014 PBA 11u spring/summer MVP. Cameron maintained a season long batting average of .413 and an on base percentage of .468 leading the team in both categories from the leadoff role. "Cameron’s desire and ability to play “anywhere” on the field made him a valuable team asset". Coach Nick said, Cameron was able to play all positions and post a .914 fielding percentage as well as pitch with an ERA of .503. Cameron displays in invaluable love for the game and a constant desire to improve.  Congratulations Cameron Goff!


13U BARRON NORTHORP:  Barron led the team in runs scored with 25, also got the second highest avg on the team .336,  "his versability and defense around the field and good bat, make Baroon our MVP of the spring"  13U coaches said. Mason Russo was runner up for MVP.

14U STEPHEN GOMEZ: For two consecutive season Stephen was one of the best or the best hittters for 14u,  avg 413, H: 45, 1b: 33, 2B: 9, 3B: 1, HR: 1, RBI: 27, OPS 1064, Coach Christian says "He was born to be an aggressive hitter, I love to watch him attacking fastballs, I hope he continues doing this through his career, he is a well deserved MVP. Being present during all games is key for awards like this and he not only performed on the field, but was dependable and was there all the time."  Runner up, Josh Morales. "Once again, Stephen and Josh were the best hitters on the team this season,  also Josh Pitched very well thru the whole season, if he wasn't hurt for the last two tournaments, It was going to be a tough race for the MVP." Coach Christian Said.  

16U WHITE NOAH WREN : "When we were missing a player in any position Noah was able to play it," Coach Tristen said. "Noah was by far the mostly consistent player of the White team, and also helped 16U Royal in a few Perfect Game tournaments as well, and performed just as well while playing with them. Noah also took the mound in Important games,  We are looking forward to seeing Noah to improve as a Utility Player, and Solid Lefty Hitter. Noah also led the Team in batting AVG with .407."


16U ROYAL JOE LOGSDON: We are proud to announce Joe Logsdon as 2014 SUMMER  MVP ROYAL,  "Joe had the best fielding percentage,  one of the best hitting averages, as well as one the best pitchers for the team. Joe played a tough position as short stop, while only committing a few errors giving the team a solid defense."  Coach Mike said. 

16U BLACK BRANDT LITTLE: Brandt has served as our third hittter on the lineup for two seasons, and he hasn't stop hitting, he took this role with the right attitude , since that moment, it has been a game changer for this team, Brandt had a great season leading the team in total hits with 43, average 391, " We faced some tough pitchers this summer on these elite events, and hit almost 400 in 120 at bats wasn't  easy to do" . Coach Nick said. He also played great defense in the Outfield.  

18U VICTUS TREVOR WREN: When we asked Coaches Frank and Terry who was the MVP  their answer was " hands down our MVP was Trevor Wren, He was the best offensive Player this Season for Victus, also Played a Solid Defense at First base,  he was also able to Perform everytime he was called to Pitch. " Trevor has some natural team " leader" and he showed them  this season, Coach Terry said.  He was always the first one and the Last.


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