The Weekend Wrap-Up for May 10-12, 2019

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Snowden Grove Baseball Complex, Southaven, MS

Traction Canes Black – 14
Germantown Giants — Steht – 3

The score doesn’t quite tell the story in the 10u championship, as Germantown Giants — Steht headed into the fourth trailing just 5-2. However, from that point on, it was all Canes. Led by Lane Billings and Carson Massey, each of whom homered in the contest, the Canes put the game away by scoring two runs in each of the next two innings and putting an exclamation point on the tournament with a five-run sixth. Braden Sanders also came up big for the Canes, going 3-3 with 3 RBIs.

Yalobusha Giants 2026 – 9
Yalobusha Giants 2026 — Wade – 0

Powered by a five-run second inning, the Yalobusha Giants wasted no time in securing the 11u victory over their intraorganizational rivals. The Giants were led by Cole Prosek both on the mound and at the plate. Prosek scattered two hits over four scoreless innings while helping his own cause with two RBIs.

Rawlings Tigers Black – 7
Yalobusha Giants – 5

In what was probably the championship of the weekend, the Rawlings Tigers rallied to take home the 12u title in dramatic fashion, capping off a four-run sixth with two-run, walk-off homer from Ridge Southerland. The Tigers jumped out to an early lead, scoring three runs in the first, but the Giants came storming back to take a 5-3 lead into the final frame. Southerland’s heroics capped off a four-RBI day in which he also tossed five innings, striking out eight.

EBC Gold — Foster – 4
Louisiana Tigers Major Gold – 1

EBC Gold ace Ben Basil shined in the 13u title game, tossing six innings and giving up just one run on two hits. On the offensive side, EBC Gold’s Mason Gillentine went yard with a solo shot in the fifth, giving Basil more than enough support to carry the team to victory.

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Yalobusha Giants – 4
Dulins Dodgers – 2

The momentum from a four-run first inning carried the Giants to victory in the 14u title game. Connor Timms had himself a day, leading the Yalobusha squad by going 2-3 with three RBIs and two runs scored, while Giants hurlers Hunter Bagwell and Jarrett Morris combined to hold the Dodgers to just two unearned runs on three hits.

Northville Early Bird 2019
Northville, MI

Saginaw Golds – 13
South Lyon Thunder Blue – 10

It was the Saginaw Golds who took home the 10u title in Northville this weekend, but despite the lopsided score, this one was a nailbiter throughout. The Golds jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead in the first, but a tough Thunder squad clawed their way back in, trailing by just one run after the top of the fifth. However, the game was decided for good in the bottom half of the frame with the Golds putting up a six-spot to secure the title. Led by Ryan P., who went 3-3 with three RBIs and three runs scored, the Golds had six players with at least one RBI.

Northville Broncos – 7
Michigan Blue Jays Blakita – 6

A four-run third inning proved decisive for the Northville Broncos en route to capturing the 11u title as they held off a game Michigan Blue Jays Blakita squad 7-6. The Broncos entered the fifth inning with a 7-4 lead, having been led on offense by Max D., who went 3-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Zane A. added two RBIs of his own to aid the Broncos’ effort.

Northville Broncos – 10
Precision Patriots – 2

The Broncos’ Luke Dieringer broke this one wide open with a grand slam in the fifth as part of a pivotal seven-inning that put to rest any doubt about the outcome of the 13u championship. Dieringer’s blast was part of his five-RBI effort, which was more than enough for Dominic Minghine, who gave up just two runs and three hits over four innings.

Northville Baseball – 6
Novi Heat Dulzo – 5

The weekend’s most exciting championship ended up in Northville’s favor thanks to the walk-off heroics of Cole McGowan, whose infield single scored Trey Langan in the bottom of the seventh. Credit is due to the Novi Heat Dulzo squad, who rallied several times to keep the game in reach and eventually tie it in the top of the seventh. Connor Place notched two RBIs to aid the Northville effort.

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