Del Mar Powerhouse 11U D-1 Champions in San Marcos Youth Baseball Halloween Tournament

The Powerhouse 11Us recently played in the San Marcos Youth Baseball Halloween tournament in San Marcos, Calif.  Going into the Championship game undefeated, Powerhouse came from behind for a walk-off win in the bottom of the 6th inning, winning by a score of 6-5.  New head coach Matt Chess and assistant coach Vic Sanchez have made great strides in helping these boys play to their full potential and everyone is looking forward to an awesome year of baseball!

(Above) Front row: Eric Lu, Jason Behrend, Jake Maier, Theo VonPosern; Second row: Luke Stephenson, Teagan Pope, Cameron Klein, Cade Ramseyer, Aiden Springer, Corrado Martini; Back row: Head Coach Matt Chess, Team Manager Jeff Martini.

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  1. Del Mar Powerhouse 11U Champions and 10U Runner-up at San Marcos Halloween Tournament
  2. Del Mar Powerhouse 10U Champions in AAU Martin Luther King Super NIT Tournament
  3. Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Champions in AAU Veteran’s Day Super NIT Baseball Tournament
  4. Del Mar Powerhouse 11U Champions in TCS San Diego Showdown Baseball Tournament
  5. Powerhouse 10U Baseball team tops at March Madness Baseball Tournament

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