Rank Name NPS Rank Ballot Rank CPI Rank
1 Corona Angels - Tyson (CA) Bio

5)     Corona Angels – Coach Marty Tyson
Ever present in the Top 10 are the Corona Angels – Tyson.  Being considered the youngster organization compared to other So Cal staples, they have stayed in the hunt after being named the Top Team in 2015 and are still a force nationally.  A 9th place finish at the IDT and 3rd at the PGF National tournament keeps them towards the top of the competitive field of teams.

Check out the big conferences all over the country to see Angels on the field, particularly at Louisville, Nebraska, Duke, Ohio State, Stanford, Wisconsin, Washington and UCLA.  With the feeder teams, Marty Tyson will continue to see success on the field and compete for national titles every year.

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2 Orange County Batbusters - Haning/Stith (CA) Bio

2)     Orange County Batbusters – Coach Mike Stith

The Orange County Batbusters have been around for over 30 years and is a recognized name across the nation.  Gary Haning, founder of the organization, made a great choice in asking Mike Stith to carry on the legacy of the organization’s flagship team.

The Batbusters are no strangers to the top of the podium and took home the IDT Championship in 2018 and 2nd place at the PGF National Tournament.  Former OC Batbusters can be seen throughout the country on college rosters such as Oklahoma, Arizona, Oregon, Washington and all the way to the East Coast at Florida.  There is no shortage in talent in years to come as the 2020 and 2021 class is just as strong as the seniors leading the team next season. With a tradition so rich the OC Batbusters name will stay recognizable and even feared in 2019 and beyond.

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3 Firecrackers - Rico/Weil (CA) 3 4 27
4 Beverly Bandits - Conroy (IL) Bio

Submitted by the organization:

The Beverly Bandits have been in existence since 1999. The program has won 8 National Championships, including 4 PGF, 2 ASA/USA, 1 Triple Crown and 1 AFA. The program has also won IDT-Boulder 7 times.

The entire 18u team, coached by Jen Tyrrell, is made up of 2019 and 2020 graduates. The team is made up of 16 Power 5 committed athletes and the key to the team’s success is balance between terrific pitching and outstanding offense that consists of a great blend of speed and power.

The team will be playing in the PGF So Cal Athletics tournament, IDT, DeMarini Invitational and PGF Nationals.

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5 Texas Glory - Shelton (TX) Bio

6)     Texas Glory – Coach Kevin Shelton
Another organization from the Lone Star State, the Texas Glory has been a fixture in the Top 10 and has for the second year in a row landed at No. 6.  Each year, dominant finishes in the Fireworks Power Pool and a 2018 USA Elite Select title have led to their continued success.

Texas Glory players are landing on college rosters wherever you look.  From Nebraska, Oklahoma, Louisiana Lafayette, LSU, Texas A&M to North Texas, Northwestern State and Harding, Glory players are impacting the rosters while bringing their winning tradition and hard work with them.  They will continue to be a contender at a national level down the road.

Below was submitted by the organization:

Texas Glory has been in operation since the May 2000.  Our first quality team moved up to 18u in 2006, qualifying for 18u ASA Gold Nationals from 2006 - 2009.  In 2010 Texas Glory played in PGF’s Inaugural event as has completed in the Nation’s most prestigious nationals every year since.  Since 2006, 101 athletes have finished their senior seasons with Texas Glory before moving on to college.   The squad has been ranked in the top 10 Nationally since the poll’s inception and #1 in recruiting for the past 5+ years. 

In 2019 the team will play in the WFC, TCS CO Fireworks, TCS Nationals and PGF Nationals.

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6 So Cal Athletics - Richardson (CA) Bio

3)     So Cal Athletics – Coach Bruce Richardson
The So Cal Athletics – Richardson is rarely found outside the Top 5 in any national tournament; that has been reflected in the US Club Rankings as they were the No. 1 team in 2017 before dropping slightly in 2018.  Since 2010 the So Cal Athletics have taken home the national title for PGF a record five times and continue to be a force when it counts.

You can see 2018 grads on rosters nationwide (Florida Gulf Coast, North Dakota State, Bryant University, Bucknell, West Point and UCLA), proving that teams can assemble great talent with chemistry and still get it done on the field even though they are not all power conference players.  The class on deck in 2019 will lead their last summer before heading to Cal, LSU, Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford and Notre Dame to continue their careers.  There is no doubt the legacy as a formidable opponent will continue wherever they go.

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7 East Cobb Bullets - Schnute (GA) Bio

1)     East Cobb Bullets – Schnute – Coach Greg Schnute

Congratulations to the EC Bullets and Greg Schnute for grabbing the US Club Rankings No. 1 spot for the 2018 FINAL National Rankings at 18 & Under!  This legacy program has been a force for 22 years, steadily climbing the rankings and have reached the pinnacle from their efforts this season.


The EC Bullets have been making themselves known nationally since we began the US Club Rankings in 2012.  They were often seen in the Top 10 during the Colorado 4th of July IDT event as well as PGF, the JO Cup and TC/USA Nationals.  In 2016 they boasted their first “National Title” at the JO Cup in Southern California, then again hoisted a championship trophy at the 2018 TC/USA Nationals – that all led to a first place National Points System ranking, which is based upon on-field performance.

With a reputation for excellence on the field in the Southeast, the EC Bullets class of 2018 will be making an impact populating teams in the SEC and ACC conferences on rosters such as Florida, University of South Carolina and Duke.  The 2019 class that will anchor the team will follow in the same fashion with commits to Mississippi State, Alabama, Tennessee, Notre Dame and national champion Florida State.  This team will be casting a shadow in championship brackets for years to come.

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8 Gold Coast Hurricanes - Cooper (FL) 8 8 5
9 Sorcerers 18 Gold (CA) 11 14 17
10 So Cal Explosion - Denio (CA) 14 10 22
11 Wichita Mustangs Gold (KS) 13 13 14
12 AL Birmingham Thunderbolts 10 7 271
13 Texas Impact Gold - Jackson 9 11 271
14 So Cal Choppers - Fausett (CA) 18 12 39
15 Aces 18 Gold - Ashley/Creamer 17 15 54
16 Lady Lightning Gold - Corn Bio

Submitted by the organization:

Lady Lightning Gold Corn brings big competition from a small market area. In the last 10 years LLG has continued to creep up the TCS Ranking. LLG has placed in the Top 10 at TCS Nationals 3 out of the last 4 years. Year after year LLG continues to compete in the conversation with the best Top 25 clubs in the country. Recognized from Coast to Coast, LLG is always a threat. 

The 2019 LLG Corn team is full of flavor from several strong conferences. Representing the Power 5 from the ACC, Big 10 and SEC, this group also brings strength from commits from the Atlantic Sun and Big South. 

In 2019, you will find LLG Corn competing at the Colorado Fireworks, TCS Nationals and PGF Nationals. 

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17 Team North Florida - Whitt/Fagan (FL) 23 16 6
18 Washington Lady Hawks - Miller (WA) 21 19 9
19 TC Stars Gold (CO) Bio

Submitted by the organization:

The TC Stars program started in 1999 as a 16 & Under C team with 13 players and a 7-21 win/loss record. Since then, the TC Stars have sent over 200 players on to play and attend college; 58-Division I, 115-Division II / III / NAIA, and 39-Junior College. The General Manager of the program is Dave King.

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20 Atlanta Vipers - Vallery (GA) 12 23 271
21 Texas Bombers Gold - Smith (TX) Bio

4)     Texas Bombers Gold – Coach Scott Smith
You can always find the Texas Bombers at the ballpark, usually toward the conclusion in the Top 25, and also from their unmistakable uniforms honoring the United States military. The Bombers try to embody a militaristic precision on the field and play the game with talent and respect.  Their finishes at the Fireworks Power Pools (fifth) and TC/USA Nationals (second) took them from No. 8 last year to No. 5 in the blink of an eye.

The Bombers players have populated college rosters in and outside of Texas including Texas A&M, LSU, University of Houston, Auburn, Harvard, Northwestern and national champion Florida State.  The 2019 and beyond grads are hoping to continue the tradition and the pursuit for the top spot in the nation before embarking on a college career.

 

Submitted by the organization:

Texas Bombers Gold 18U is made up of an amazing group of players ranging from the 2019 to 2021 class. The Bombers are led in the circle by players Jessica Mullins '20 (Texas State) , Ashley Vallejo '20 (McNeese) , Ashley Daughtery '19 (Texas A&M) and Taylor Edwards '19 (LSU). Offensively the Bombers mix a blend of speed and power and are paced by Chloe Cobb '19 (Texas Tech) , Brionna Warren '20 (Texas A&M), Danieca Coffey '20 (LSU) and Baylea Brandon '21 (LSU)  

The Bombers are set to play another competitive national level schedule with the Colorado Fireworks , USA Elite Select WFC , TC/USA and PGF Premier Nationals on the slate. 

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22 Texas Sudden Impact Gold - Dutton (TX) 27 18 15
23 Nebraska Gold (NE) 20 22 161
24 Louisville Lady Sluggers - Huecker (KY) 31 20 21
25 Miami Stingrays 18 Gold 25 28 43
26 KC Peppers - Eakin (KS) 28 24 56
27 MO Originals (MO) Koop 24 21 268
28 Firecrackers Arizona - Kaye 26 27 180
29 The Next Level - Delameter (CA) 32 30 33
30 California Grapettes Gold (CA) - Kappmeyer 34 33 35
31 Corona Angels - Howard (CA) 40 31 24
32 Texas Storm - Wymer (TX) 35 39 26
33 Nemesis Elite - (CA) 37 32 124
34 RI Thunder Gold (RI) 43 26 101
35 Cal Cruisers - Sievers (CA) 33 43 60
36 Houston Power Gold - Premier 39 38 31
37 Oklahoma Diamond Girls (OK) 41 36 64
38 Scrap Yard International 18U Bio

10)  Scrap Yard Internationals – Coaches Todd Leach and Connie May
It is not often teams combine to become stronger, but that is exactly what happened when Sudden Impact Gold and the Scrap Yard Dawgs merged to form the Scrap Yard Internationals for the 2018 season.  Each team on its own was Top-20 level, but when they combined the talent of the players and coaching, it rattled the rankings. The team made a run at the Fireworks in the Power Pools for a 9th place finish then took home 3rd at the TC/USA Nationals to help grab a spot in our Top 10.

Their future is looking just as bright with players in the 2019, 2020 classes heading to Texas A&M, UT – Arlington, Seton Hall, Wisconsin, Texas, Nebraska, Louisiana Lafayette, LSU and Baylor.  This Houston-based united front has a lot to look forward to with two organizations to feed the Scrap Yard Internationals team for a great run toward the top in the coming years.

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39 Oklahoma Exclusive Gold (OK) 30 51 116
40 Aces Express - McCorkle (TX) Bio

7)     Aces Express – Coach Dave McCorkle
With an organizational motto of “Attitude and Effort” it’s no wonder the Aces Express teams have been on the rise.  With a club best 3rd place finish in the Fireworks Power Pools and another 3rd place finish in the TC/USA Nationals, Dave McCorkle has a Texas program worth watching.  Making the jump from No. 9 to No. 7 embodies the word effort, and the respect for the game shows attitude is in fact controllable.

The 2019 roster is hungry to keep improving their standing, and most of them are finding homes in Texas for their college career.  Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, Stephen F Austin and UT San Antonio to name a few will be gaining players who know what it is to work hard to help programs grow.  “Attitude and Effort” remains not only a team motto but a statement worthy of future champions.

Submitted by organization:

Aces Express started in 2009 by David McCorkle (Texas Express) and Dan Hale (Texas Aces) in Sugar Land, Texas.  After both had built successful teams, they joined forces to create one team, the Aces Express.  They built the team on the foundation of Attitude & Effort, and now has strategically grown to about 16 total teams in the program.  Aces Express keeps the number of teams to a minimum and only has teams local to the Sugar Land/ SW Houston area.  All teams and coaches work very closely together throughout the year, and always have a very close knit family atmosphere within the program.  The team will attend Fireworks, TC/USA Nationals, PGF Premier, 

The summer lineup will consist of any 9 of these players:

CiCi Mata - OF - UTSA

Hanna Fradkin - OF - UT Tyler

Shay Govan - P/1B - SFA

Courtney Day - P/1B - Texas

Sydney Hoyt - P/UT - Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Aaliyah Garcia - P/1B - Georgia Southern

Jasie Roberts - C/UT - HBU

Amaya Montano - MI - Texas A&M

Britaney Shaw - 1B - Houston

Raygan Snyder - C - Uncommitted

KK Morado - 3B/2B - UTSA

Felixia Hinojosa - C - Lamar

Christiana Winger - OF - Northwestern State (Only Junior)

Madison Weber - C/1B - Letourneau

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41 Michigan Finesse - Dreher (MI) Bio

Submitted by the organization:

Michigan Finesse began as a youth slow pitch program in 1986 but around 28 years ago transitioned to fastpitch.  Since then, hundreds of young ladies have been part of the Wixom, Michigan-based organization.

This year’s Finesse 18U-Rex team looks to continue their organization’s momentum into 2019 with a combination of strong pitching, power hitting and speed on the base-paths.  The roster contains girls from Southern Michigan, the Upper Peninsula and Northwest Ohio.  Many of the players were members of the 2017 JO Cup 16U National Champions or 2017 ASA 14U National Runners-Up.

Finesse 18U-Rex is looking forward to a successful Summer and excited to show that there is an abundance softball talent in the North, not just the South and West.

Impact players:

  •        Lauren Esman 2019 (Michigan) Pitcher, 1st Base
  •        Kathryn Rex 2019 (Penn State) 1st Base, Catcher
  •        Gabi Salo 2020 (Wisconsin) Pitcher
  •        Hannah Cady 2020 (Northwestern) Shortstop
  •        Lauren Sciborski 2021 (Northwestern) Catcher, 3rd Base

2019 Summer Tournaments

  •        PGF Central – Crown Point, Indiana
  •        IDT – Boulder, Colorado
  •        Triple Crown Southeast Championship – Woodstock, Georgia
  •        PGF National Championship – Huntington Beach, California
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42 New Lenox Lightning - (IL) 42 53 25
43 Vision Gold (TX) 45 40 220
44 OC Batbusters/Team Mizuno - Stith 18 85 195
45 New Jersey Intensity - ODonnell (NJ) 51 47 10
46 Florida Storm - Shepherd (FL) 56 44 68
47 Lakewood Firecrackers - Rodriguez(CA) 46 58 95
48 Hotshots - Davis (AZ) 57 45 66
49 Rock Gold - Waye/Gaskill (PA) 57 55 19
50 Wagners Gold - Dunn 29 83 271
51 Carolina Elite - Genovese 64 35 271
52 American Pastime - Farnworth (CA) 50 67 39
53 Arizona Storm Gold (AZ) 54 65 45
54 Atlanta Vipers - Jennings (GA) 16U 48 78 27
55 Beverly Bandits DeMarini 52 62 271
56 Lil Rebels Gold 47 70 271
57 American Freedom Gold - Soefje (TX) 63 60 12
58 Irvine Sting - Ota (CA) 66 56 128
59 Demarini Aces - Taylor (MO) 62 59 271
60 Hotshots - Ewing 80 37 271
61 Arizona Killer Bees - Grimaldi (AZ) 68 61 144
62 Texas Blaze Gold - Slimp (TX) 59 80 60
63 BLUE ANGELS GOLD 44 95 271
64 NW Bullets Gold - Campos (OR) 70 72 19
65 Illinois Chill - Quinn (IL) 61 84 52
66 Marucci Patriots Gold (LA) 69 69 156
67 USA Athletics - Rogers (CA) 66 81 29
68 Lady Magic Gold(CA) 81 62 47
69 Virginia Legends (VA) 59 87 189
70 Monarchs - Blanco 82 52 225
71 OC Batbusters - Gonzalez 71 66 271
72 Colorado Styxx Gold 65 86 53
73 Minors Gold Powered By Easton (CA) 74 75 15
74 Mac N Seitz Storm - (KS) 76 78 137
75 San Diego Batbusters - Fox (CA) 53 118 39
76 St. Louis Chaos - Beatty 54 109 271
77 Indiana Magic Gold - Green(IN) 94 68 29
78 Chaos Gold (PA) 72 90 271
79 Nor Cal Batbusters - KG 103 48 271
80 Arizona Athletics - Householder (AZ) 72 107 73
81 Mizuno Impulse - Lozoya (TX) 77 93 271
82 Georgia Impact - Shaw (GA) 89 88 189
83 New Jersey Inferno - Meister (NJ) 87 98 73
84 TC Tremors Bishop (NY) 106 77 84
85 Tennessee Fury - Lewis 125 41 271
87 CA Cruisers - Phil & Lyn 125 46 271
88 Tulsa Elite 95 - Bevan 75 121 271
89 So Cal Wicked - Limon (CA) 92 109 22
90 Fresno Force - (CA) 84 121 98
91 New Mexico Sundancers - Kohman (NM) 93 109 271
92 East Coast Firecrackers 78 140 98
93 So Cal 3D (CA) 103 107 43
94 Oregon Blaze Gold (OR) 82 131 220
95 D-Bat Tulsa Shootout Gold - (OK) 79 140 175
96 Fl Sarasota Heat 84 134 271
97 Southern Force - (GA) 90 140 33
98 Texas Kaos (TX) 91 129 257
99 Washington Angels - Benson 86 140 242
100 Glory Adkins 18U Gold (TX) Bio

Submitted by the organization:

Founded in 2006, Glory Adkins is a nationally recognized fast-pitch softball organization based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in Texas.  Our mantra of “Player First!” means we are committed to developing young ladies of high character and integrity with their needs at the forefront.  We are continually growing with upwards of 50 teams and are proud to claim over 500 young ladies who love to play softball. 

Our current roster is filled with collegiate commits to prominent D1 and D2 softball programs like Kansas, Missouri, Texas Tech, Iowa State, Stephen F. Austin, UNT, and many of the best Division II programs.  We have current alumnus playing at LSU, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Texas, Dartmouth, Columbia, UTA, Tulsa, Northwestern State, St. Louis, Marshall, Iowa, UCA, LA Tech, Miss St, Wichita State, SLU, Tarleton, and many more including All-Americans and All-Conference players throughout the country. 

Glory Adkins will be competing in 2019 at the TCS Fireworks, TCS Nationals, and the USA JO Cup as we continue our pursuit of excellence on and off the field.  Our players, past and present, are the greatest testament to Glory Adkins who have set the standard our organization strives to meet and exceed. 

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101 Excel Elite Gold 18U 95 140 51
103 Conklin Raiders Gold (NY) 98 134 111
104 Houston Power Gold - Elite 102 123 253
105 Wagners 3n2 - Kiple 124 101 77
106 Esprit Premier - (MO) 119 101 271
107 San Jose Sting Gold - Gron 18U 95 140 189
108 Colorado Stars - Sakamoto 18U (CO) 122 98 254
109 Gators Gold - Flannery 99 140 82
110 Austin Storm (TX) 97 140 147
111 Newtown Rock Gold - JG 133 82 271
112 Vienna Stars - Rollins (VA) 100 140 84
113 Salt Lake Pegasus (UT) 121 101 271
114 Pure Fastpitch - Jackson/Wakeman (CA) 109 129 92
115 Louisiana Voodoo - Burns/Barksdale (LA) 100 140 137
116 Kansas Renegades - Schrader/Rorebeck (KS) 116 123 60
117 San Diego Renegades - Bovee (CA) 110 125 244
118 NJ Pride - Easton 119 112 271
119 AASA-Heinz 103 137 237
120 Tampa Mustangs - (FL) 117 127 86
121 Carolina Cardinals - Chandler (NC) 130 114 7
122 Teamsmith - Carlson (CA) 132 98 271
123 Impact Gold HTX - Jacoby 133 104 163
124 Lower South Liberty Gold (PA) 110 140 128
125 Arizona Lil Saints Gold (AZ) 112 140 86
126 LADY HUSTLE GOLD 106 140 271
128 Richmond Diamonds - Pettus (VA) 112 132 271
129 Washington Lady Hawks - Hawkins 114 140 64
130 Washington Lake Breeze Gold (WA) 115 140 111
131 So Cal Fillys - Kelly (CA) 118 140 68
132 CA Grapettes - KO 164 70 271
133 indiana Magic Gold - Rethlake 176 54 271
134 San Jose Sting - Perales (CA) 125 140 90
135 So Cal Pumas - Keohohou (CA) 143 119 55
136 OBS MONARCHS GOLD 122 140 271
137 Strike Force Softball - Guerra (CA) 133 140 38
138 Atlanta Vipers - Loveless 125 140 271
139 OH Nightmare 168 95 12
140 Central Cal Dirt Dogs - Herrera (CA) 131 140 199
141 Ohana Tigers - Quarles 164 90 271
142 AZ Cats Gold - Erikson 136 132 271
143 Case Batbusters - Barker (CA) 137 140 106
144 Krunch Gold 138 137 151
145 USA Explosion - Thompson 138 140 134
146 Polar Crush (MA) 138 140 163
147 Fury Softball - Goodacre (CA) 145 134 178
148 Illinois Chill Gold - Edwards 202 56 140
149 Batbusters - Briggs 186 73 271
150 NJ Cheetahs Premier - Dominici 141 140 271
150 St. Louis Academy Gold 141 140 271
152 Texas Peppers - Bass (TX) 149 140 60
153 CA Cruisers - Lyn (CA) 147 140 130
154 New Jersey Gators 143 140 271
155 Georgia Impact Gold - Bass 189 74 271
156 TEXAS PEPPERS GOLD PEACOCK 179 89 271
157 So Cal Breakers - Beddow (CA) 152 140 35
158 Cal Lite - Newton (CA) 152 140 80
159 Voodoo - Rhinehart (WA) 151 140 134
160 Fury 95 - Andrus 147 140 271
161 Las Vegas Rage Gold Team Mizuno 18U 149 140 217
162 Tulsa Elite - Filali (OK) 155 140 45
163 Quakes Gold (CA) - Grant 155 140 180
164 Warriors (CO) 152 140 271
165 Wasco Diamonds WM 18U 158 140 98
166 Pacific Coast Predators - Blauvelt (CA) 155 140 192
167 Explosion - Morgan 158 140 116
168 CF Intruders Gold (TX) 158 140 180
169 Georgia Force Elite 158 140 271
169 Oklahoma Athletics Gold (OK) 158 140 271
171 Tennessee Fury - Moyer (TN) 182 116 78
172 Lakewood Firecrackers - Pasco/Guerra 163 140 271
173 Originals - Bernholtz 164 140 271
174 GameTime Stars Gold - Williams 189 104 271
175 TX Sudden Impact Gold - Beltran 167 140 271
176 Illinois Stars 176 127 271
177 NJ Nightmare 175 140 59
178 Sneaky Cleats Gold - Springer 168 140 271
180 Arizona Hot Shots - Gatti (AZ) 171 140 192
181 Tampa Young Guns 171 140 271
181 Team Kansas Gold 171 140 271
181 Texas Bombers Gold HTX 171 140 271
184 MN Sting (MN) 176 140 271
185 TX Aces Express Gold 179 140 271
186 Virginia Lady Eagles 181 140 271
187 Tampa Mustangs - Boynton 226 75 271
188 So Cal Jets - Pearce (CA) 187 140 151
189 St. Louis Gamers 183 140 271
190 CS Thunder - Mrofcza 184 140 271
190 Texas Impact Gold - Sessum 184 140 271
192 Reno Diamonds - (NV) 187 140 271
193 CENTEX BUZZ FASTPITCH-WALLER 189 140 271
193 Louisiana Voodoo Gold 189 140 271
195 San Diego Rebels 197 140 151
196 Hotshots - Dolan 193 140 271
197 Texas Sting Gold 194 140 271
198 Williamsburg Starz 226 95 271
199 Firecrackers - DFW Rosales 195 140 271
199 Team Long Island 195 140 271
201 TC Stars Gold 16U (CO) 200 140 130
202 NW Sidewinders Rabb 197 140 237
203 Birmingham Vipers - Gellespie (AL) 197 140 271
204 Combat Panthers -Perez (CA) 203 140 108
Event Division State Event Date
Independence Day 2014 18 Boulder 2014 CO 06/30/2014
Fireworks 2014 18 Power Pool CO 06/29/2014
Sparkler 2014 18 Mt Elbert CO 06/29/2014
Independence Day 2014 18 Louisville 2014 CO 06/30/2014
Fireworks 2014 18 Open CO 06/29/2014
Sparkler 2014 18 Longs Peak CO 06/29/2014
Fireworks 2014 16 Open CO 06/29/2014
Fireworks 2014 16 Power Pool CO 06/29/2014
Sparkler 2014 18 Grays Peak CO 06/29/2014