The annual meet the teams banquet is quickly approaching. We hope to see all of you on Sunday Feb. 19th at the Doubletree by Hilton in Greentree.
There will be cash and carry clothing for sale, but as in previous years, Superstar Sports will be taking orders for a wide variety of clothing items. The order form can be found on the Documents tab or directly downloaded here.
After going undefeated in its first four games, and giving up just 4 runs, Pittsburgh Power 10U Murgenovich lost a hard fought championship game. It was an all Power championship and we congratulate Power Wamsley on a great game. The team also had a successful fall, finishing in second place in its fall league. With many first year travel players, team Murgenovich is excited about its future and looking forward to a successful season.
Power Wamsley 06 wins their second tournament of the season, taking first place at Lake Effect Erie Frost tournament on January 21, 2017.
On January 27, 2017, Pittsburgh Power Pfab had déjà vu all over again with its third consecutive championship game appearance in the NSA Thiel College Winter Fest tournament. After going undefeated its first four games Pittsburgh Power Pfab lost a hard fought championship game to a New York based team the West Seneca Magic.
McKnight 18U won the Thiel College Winter Fest NSA World Series Qualifier held on January 8, 2017 defending their championship from 2016. Combined with their wins in 2013 and 2014 this makes four championships for the McKnight team at this tournament.
Despite the recent cold snap in Western PA, Pittsburgh Power Pfab stayed hot as they reached the championship game for the second time in two tournaments. Playing in the 68 degree temperature controlled Thiel Dome, Pittsburgh Power Pfab won in the quarter finals and semi-finals before losing in the championship game to the Ohio Outlaws in a hard fought 7-5 game.
Behind outstanding pitching, timely hitting and great team defense Power Wertheimer won three hard fought games to win the 14 RAW Winter League Championship.
In the quarterfinals Power beat Silver Creek Dawson 2-0 on a walk off two run double by Quinn Hughes. JC Haidze pitched a no-hitter, had 10 strikeouts and the only batter to reach base was on a dropped third strike in the first inning. Haidze was helped by some great defense at 1B by Neena Pietropaolo.