The Fall season for our 10U Falcons led by Coach Ed Jimenez started with very positive results. They are currently playing in a local league and have a record of 3-1. The big plan is developing these young players to reach their potential through coaching and teaching the game the proper way—giving them the tools to become successful and learn what it takes to go from good to great as baseball players.
The 12U Falcons have shown a tremendous amount of improvement, winning 10 out of the last 11 games. This Fall season we continue to focus on strength, conditioning and development. With a couple of new players added in the fall, this team had a combined six home runs during their last tournament which shows how strong this team is getting.
With new faces on the bases, the 13u Columbia team has been working hard to gel within these last two weeks. This past weekend they went 3-1 before losing in the championship at MSI. While there is always room for improvement, this is a team to look out for.
The 13u Navy team are the new boys on the block. They have heart and so much potential. Can't wait to see these boys grow stronger not only for their personal goals but as a team.
No tournaments yet for our 14s, but Fall ball is about to crank up on that front. So far, a lot of hard practices, the incorporation of some new talent, and strong, competitive play in games around the city against the likes of the Cage Warriors and NY Giants. Lots of potential to be special…stay tuned…
Falcons 15U have gotten off to a good start so far in the Fall—with new players, new teammates, and new tournaments. First up was a Hot Stove tournament out on Long Island. The 15s battled in every game and we landed in the playoffs with a rousing win on Sunday morning. Unfortunately we bowed out in the semi-finals, but we are excited to see what this team can do in the Fall!