The Elwood Pony boys will be competing in the Ocean Breeze week long tournament at Ripken Myrtle Beach! They will be playing teams from all around the US and even some overseas teams! This idea is several years in the making. Thanks to the parents for their commitment to make this happen for our guys!
Support the Elwood 14U Baseball team as a Elwood team enters its first ever National tournament!
The boys will be visiting Myrtle Beach July
Cole Sebby and Bobby Dockendorf combined to no hit Coal City in a 13-0 victory. Matt Walsh had a bases clearing double to break the game open and Dockendorf, White, and Sebby all contributed multiple RBI hits in the game.
Cole Sebby and Hunter McAlpine (Seneca) went toe to toe for 7 innings on Thursday, Sebby giving up 1 hit, no runs, and fanning 13 while McAlpine had 15 k's over 7 himself. Jake Lucky had a 2 RBI double in the 2nd to provide all the offense Elwood would need. Elwood scored again on a hit and run play in the 3rd and a RBI single by Cole Sebby in the 5th.
Elwood jumped out to a 13-3 lead behind the bats of Nick Salabura, Bobby Dockendorf, and Brian White, who hit a 2 run homer to right field. With a late push, Braidwood avoided the 10 run rule and closed the gap before Dockendorf came in to pick up the save with 1.1 innings in relief. Cole Sebby pitched well until trouble in the 5th. Elwood escapes with the win and goes to 3-0 on the season.
Elwood was down 5-3 in the top of the 5th but exploded for 14 runs over the next 2 inns to win by 10 run rule against Wilmington. Bobby Dockendorf pitched 5 inns for the win, and contributed 4 hits, including a 3 run homerun to left field to end the game. Hunter Binder had a homerun to right field as well. Nick Salabura and Matt Walsh had 4 hits each. Trenten Akre made a great defensive play and contributed 2 hits.
Elwood used all hands on deck to pull away from Coal City 16-6 in 6 innings. Bobby Dockendorf grinded out 3 innings pitching and contributed 4 hits. Cole Sebby pitched the final 3. Brian White hit a 270+ foot homerun to dead center field.(His dad screwed him royaly by sending a runner 1 pitch before the homerun and getting him pegged at 2nd base. Everyone thought he was an ***hole for that one) Cory Sebby pitched in 2 hits and broke the
Cole Sebby put Elwood on his back vs Wilmington, working all 7 innings on just 78 pitches, striking out 12 and allowing only 3 hits. Jake Lucky had the big strike offensively on a 2 RBI double. Elwood had 5 hits but drew 7 walks to supplement the offense.
The Elwood Pony boys defeated Gardner in dominating fashion, holding Gardner scoreless until the top of the 7th inning after the game was already well in hand, 9-1. Cole Sebby pitched a complete game and scattered 4 hits with 10 strikeouts. Bobby Dockendorf had a single, double, and triple. Lucas Franc, Matt Walsh, Hunter Binder and Cory Sebby contributed 2 hits each.
Elwood and Gardner were tied going into the 9th inning until Elwood exploded for 6 runs to finish off a 17 hit effort. Cam Johnson battled for 5+ innings and kept Elwood in the game. Bobby Dockendorf was 5 for 5 to pace the offense. Cole Sebby showed nerves of steel holding Gardner with bases loaded, winning run 80 feet away and striking out 2 hitters in a row to turn it over to the offense. Jake Lucky stole home off a catcher throwback
Elwood went up 12-0 after 3 innings and never looked back in sweeping the season series with Gardner. Bobby Dockendorf pitched the complete game 4 hitter and went 6 innings striking out 10. Cole Sebby was 5 for 5 on the day. Cam Johnsons 2 out, 2 run double in the 1st inning got Elwood out of the gate fast. Brian White added 3 hits in a 14 hit effort for Elwood.
Elwood used a 10 run 3rd inning to put away Coal City in 5 innings. Cam Johnson pitched the complete game and surrendered 3 long after the game was decided. 3 run doubles by both Lucas Franc and Bobby Dockendorf paced the offense.
Cole Sebby pitched 6 innings and dominated Braidwood, allowing 1 hit for the day with 10 Ks. Bobby Dockendorf paced the offense with 3 RBIs
Welcome to the 2014 EBSA season! We have many new baseball & softball players so I just want to post some of the important events of the season and give a general rundown of how things work.
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The course is $20 and is downloadable online by pdf file. The certification test is taken online and once the course is passed you
One of the toughest things for young kids to master, playing a fly ball in
the outfield. Easy, basic video that a kid can follow.