Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Runner-Up in USSSA Easter Classic Tournament

Back, L-R: Manager Larry Jackel, Jonathan Clark, Kellen Kozlowski, Grant Holman, Matthew Cheverton, Nolan Rogers, Coach Rex McGuire; Front, L-R: Patrick Archer, Michael Stearns, Ben Jackel, Ty McGuire, Jack Behrend, Taylor Johnson.

Powerhouse 12U boys battled through five games over the Easter weekend in Chino Hills to bring home the Runner-up trophy from the USSSA Easter Classic tournament.  The Powerhouse defense kept the competition off the bases in pool play and elimination, but it was the power of their bats that got them to the Championship game.

In its 12th year of operation, Del Mar Powerhouse offers competitive baseball programs for children ages 7-14 in the Del Mar, Carmel Valley, RSF and surrounding areas. This year, Powerhouse is fielding eight highly competitive teams and is playing in tournaments throughout the western US. Tryouts for the 2013-2014 season will be held during the third week of June. www.delmarpowerhouse.com

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  3. Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Champions in AAU Veteran’s Day Super NIT Baseball Tournament
  4. Del Mar Powerhouse 13U Semi-finalists in Triple Crown Sports MLK Classic Tournament
  5. Del Mar Powerhouse 11U Champions and 10U Runner-up at San Marcos Halloween Tournament

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