8U Dallas Tigers Finish Strong at AAYBA

Congratulations to the 8U Dallas Tigers for a great season and a fantastic finish!  The boys put in a lot of work throughout the year and their improvement showed on the field.  “This group of boys competed in every tournament and played 4 or 5 games each tournament weekend.  Most importantly we saw tremendous development of every player.  That is all you can ask from these players,” commented Coach Chad Polk. At the national baseball tournament, AAYBA in Flower Mound …

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10U Win Super Series State Championship – Flower Mound, TX

10U Tigers take home the rings by winning the Super Series State Championship at Bakersfield Park in Flower Mound, Texas.  The team ran through some very tough competition with Texas Heat, DBat Addison, and Irving Canes.  The players showed great toughness in winning 2 one-run games in games one and two.  Game three final score was 8-2. Congratulations boys!  Nice team effort this weekend!

12U-Woods Take Back-To-Back Championships

12U-Woods Take Back-To-Back Championships With Super Series Regional Win At Bakersfield In Flower Mound For the second consecutive weekend Coach Kyle Woods and his 12U Tigers left the park with a championship, this time with first place “gold rings”. After a slow start in a pool opener lost to the McKinney Marshals, the Tigers stormed back with 5 victories to claim the championship. The Tigers had to play four games on Sunday beginning at noon with the most convincing win …

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8U-Olivas Win Championship at Costume Classic

The 8U Dallas Tigers coached by Tommy Olivas take home championship hardware in the USSSA Costume Classic baseball tournament at Bakersfield Park in Flower Mound.  This is a first year team working hard to improve each tournament.  They achieved their goal of playing 5 games in a weekend. They went 5-0 on the weekend and defeated the FM Titans 6-5 in the championship game.  Great defense helped the Tigers win a one run game. Way to go boys!