Del Mar Powerhouse 11U Champions in TCS San Diego Showdown Baseball Tournament

Back Row: Karenna Wurl, Luke Evans, Jake Pearlman, Head Coach Brian Belew, Gabriel Jones, Brian Driscoll, Coach Brandon Belew; Front Row: Johnny McGoldrick, Max Isaacman, Zach Wiygul, Alex Chachas, Brent Peluso and Bowie (team mascot).

The Powerhouse 11U recently played in the TCS San Diego Showdown Baseball Tournament.  The team went undefeated through the weekend, earning the #1 seed after pool play and decisively winning the Championship.  This is Powerhouse 11U’s second Division 1 Championship in a row and qualifies the team for the Triple Crown World Series in Steamboat Springs, Colo., in Summer 2013.

Related posts:

  1. Powerhouse 10U Baseball team tops at March Madness Baseball Tournament
  2. Del Mar Powerhouse 11U Champions and 10U Runner-up at San Marcos Halloween Tournament
  3. Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Champions in AAU Veteran’s Day Super NIT Baseball Tournament
  4. Powerhouse baseball team victorious
  5. Powerhouse 10U wins Bronze Medal in Triple Crown World Series in Park City Utah

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