Del Mar Powerhouse 13U GREY runner-up in USSSA MLK Super NIT

Back Row, L-R: Jonathan Clark, Jack Dolak, Davis Heller, Grant Holman, Kellen Kozlowski, Matthew Cheverton, Chase Adkison Front Row, L-R: Mac Bingham, Ty McGuire, Taylor Johnson, Ben Jackel, Jack Behrend (not pictured - Nick Mora)

The Del Mar Powerhouse 13U GREY team recently traveled to Riverside, Calif., to compete in the USSSA MLK Super NIT.  Twenty of the best teams on the West Coast began the weekend, playing for eight spots in the elimination bracket.  The Powerhouse boys battled through four pool play games, defeating last year’s national champions, to earn the #4 seed heading into elimination play on Monday.  After a quarter-final victory over the #5 seed, Powerhouse boys defeated the #1 seed in the semis to move on to the Championship game and come home with a 2nd place finish.

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