Del Mar Powerhouse 10U Boys bring home first Championship of the year

From left to right: Max Schreier, Matthew Allen, Burke Stratton, Ryan Jackel, Ben Haynie, Patrick Cunningham, Soto Irie, Cam Wurl, Jagger Fillipone, Luke Hollingsworth. Coaches: Matt Hubbard and Bryan Knapp

The 10U boys won their first championship of the season recently in the USSSA Harvest Classic tournament in Santee.  A 3-0 record after pool play launched the boys into the Championship game, earning the win 15-5 against a strong team from Los Alamitos.  Solid hitting throughout the lineup, and great pitching all weekend elevated the boys to a new high.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Powerhouse 13U Boys Battle the 14Us and finish with a Championship
  2. Del Mar Powerhouse 8U Runner-Up in SDTBL League Championship Tournament
  3. Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Runner-Up in USSSA Easter Classic Tournament
  4. Del Mar Powerhouse 12U Runner-Up in SCTBA Wood Bat Tournament
  5. Del Mar Powerhouse 9U wins Tournament

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