12U-Hernandez squared off with the Dallas Patriots 12U-Stout in the championship game of the Triple Crown North Texas State Championships. Both teams battled it out, but the Tigers kept the bats going when the game got close.
“I was proud of our kids this weekend for one simple reason, their approach at the plate,” commented Chad Polk. “Hard to believe, but it can be difficult to hit in a small field because the short fences are so hard to resist swinging to hit a homerun. Our guys hit countless well hit balls to the opposite field and we had some key bunts in the game too.”
Up next for the 12U Tigers is Southaven, Mississippi. Best of luck in the upcoming tournament boys!
The 9U Dallas Tigers played in yet another championship game and came away the winner in this 10U Open tournament. Solid pitching performances all weekend were the key in going undefeated this weekend. There were a number of occasions where timely hitting made the difference, but it was always a different player. The Tigers made plays defensively when they had to down the stretch.
Way to go boys!
The 9U Dallas Tigers coached by Chad Polk & Brett Bergman take home the 10U Triple Crown North Texas Shoot-out championship in Coppell, Texas. The boys went undefeated on the weekend facing a number of very good pitchers.
Nice work boys!
Dallas Tigers – Hernandez 12u won another Championship on Sunday in the USSSA TNT’s May Blast, Lewisville, Tx.
The 5th championship of the Spring was won going 5-0 against 13aaa competition.
Championship game was won in dramatic fashion, playing the Aledo Wolfpack 13u the Tigers went into the 8th inning tied 5-5. A 2 out 2 rbi single in the top of the 8th, followed by a 3 up 3 down bottom of 8th secured the 7-5 victory.
Dallas Tigers 13u Watten won the USSSA OK-TX Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma this weekend placing 1st out of 64 teams. The Tigers went 3-0 in pool play and 4-0 in the top 16 championship bracket defeating the top teams from Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri. Outstanding pitching, defense and two out hitting was key for the Tigers to capture back to back tournament wins.