2013 N.C. Baseball Museum-Babe Ruth Southeast Region Tournament
12U (50/70) Baseball Tournament - Tournament Announcement
Where: Saratoga Youth Athletic Association Ballfields
Date: June 7-9 (Friday thru Sunday)
First Annual North Carolina Baseball Museum
Baseball & Softball Tournament
Glen Allen, VA (Babe Ruth SER Baseball Champions)
Front Row (Left to Right): Logan Cook, Cory O'Shea, Anthony Proctor, Ryan Hoover, Conner Logan, Connor Strong
Back Row (Left to Right): Evan Netherland, Austin Phelps, Sam Goethel, Brennan Tyler, Patrick Reardon, Ryan Skadra
Not Pictured: Manager - Rob Netherland, Coaches - Chris Phelps and David Reardon
Ryan Skadra receiving the MVP Award. He hit 4 homeruns and batted .533 thru the tourney. He also pitched in the semi-final game against MARA striking out 11 batters and holding them to only 2 hits and no runs allowed.
Final Game Details: 6th inning... Down 6 to 1 in the bottom of the 6th. Cory O'Shea reached on an error, Patrick Reardon hit a double, Ryan Skadra reached on an error making it 6 to 2. Sam Goethel walked and then Evan Netherland singled to right field making it 6 to 3 with bases loaded and no outs. Conner Strong then hit the next pitch over the left field fence striking the scoreboard making it a walk off Grand Slam to win the game 7 to 6.
"To the Wilson, North Carolina community, as the manager of our 12U baseball team, I want to thank everyone involved for hosting us so graciously. We were welcomed with open arms from the beginning and had a great experience. From the fields at Saratoga, to the accommodations in Wilson, and the local restaurants we visited, we had a great time. Special thanks to Henry Sermons, SE Regional Babe Ruth Director and to Mickey Davis, Wilson County Youth Athletic Association for putting on a fun tournament. We enjoyed our time down here and welcome you to the Glen Allen, Virginia community any time."
Thanks, Rob Netherland
For more information, call Tournament Director Mickey Davis at 252-230-2467
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the North Carolina Baseball Museum located in Wilson, NC.