Del Mar Powerhouse 10U Boys win Xtreme Diamond Presidents Day Tournament

The 10U Powerhouse boys have won the Xtreme Diamond Sports Presidents Day Tournament in Sweetwater.  The team went undefeated in six games, outscoring their opponents by a 66-13 margin.  Great pitching, defense, hitting, and solid teamwork empowered the team to bring home championship rings.  Bottom, left to right: Max Schreier, Bryce Grudzielanek, Ryan Jackel, Soto Irie; Middle row, left to right: Matthew Allen, Luke Hollingsworth, Burke Stratton, Cameron Wurl, Jagger Filippone, Carson Williams; Back row: Manager Matt Hubbard, Coach Mark Grudzielanek; Not pictured: Patrick Cunningham, Coach Bryan Knapp.

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