Del Mar Powerhouse 10U Champions in AAU Martin Luther King Super NIT Tournament

Back row: Coach Jeff Martini, Coach Craig Ramseyer, Coach Brian Belew (and Coach Brandon Belew, not shown); Middle row: Corrado Martini, Cade Ramseyer, Jake Maier, Teagan Pope, Cameron Klein and Luke Stevenson; Front row: Ryan Luther, Jason Behrend, Trevan Martin and Theo Von Posern

The Powerhouse 10U recently played in the AAU Martin Luther King Super NIT Tournament in San Clemente.  After winning two of three pool play games, Powerhouse decisively won their playoff and D2 Championship games, outscoring opponents 30-9, while scoring a total of 63 runs over five games during the weekend.  Coach Brandon Belew said, “these boys have worked very hard all year to get to this point and they deserved to go home with the trophy today.”

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

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