Powerhouse 10U wins Bronze Medal in Triple Crown World Series in Park City Utah

Front row, left to right: Tyler Simmons, Johnny McGoldrick, Jake Pearlman, Alex Chachas, Zach Wiygul; Back row, left to right: Coach Brian Belew, TK Parker, Coach Brandon Belew, Luke Evans, Grant Anderson, Karenna Wurl, Gary Anderson, Brent Peluso

The Powerhouse 10U baseball team recently competed in the Triple Crown World Series tournament in Park City Utah where they placed 3rd out of 26 teams. The 10U Division had teams form California, Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Kansas, Utah, Nebraska, New Mexico and Nevada. The boys (and girl) played extremely well and earned the #1 seed coming out of pool play. In the tournament, the team went 5-2 and did not lose a game until the final day of the tournament.

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