Mother’s Day Classic 2018
The NJ Axemen shut out the Diamond Jacks Super 10U squad, 8-0, in the 10U Mother’s Day Classic championship game. The Axemen (4-1) scored a dominating 51 runs to their opponents’ nine. Patrick Van Note of the Axemen was named the 10U tournament Most Valuable Player. The Diamond Jacks Super 10U (3-1) had an impressive 39-8 runs advantage on their opponents.
12U CHAMPIONS – BLUE BRACKET
SOUTH JERSEY YOUNG GUNS
The South Jersey Young Guns (5-0) edged All-Out Pack, 7-6, in an all-South Jersey 12U Blue Bracket Mother’s Day Classic championship game. The Young Guns held a 61-21 runs advantage on their opponents. Bruce Parker of the Young Guns was named the 12U Blue Bracket tournament Most Valuable Player. All-Out (4-1) scored 50 runs to its opponents’ 24.
12U CHAMPIONS – RED BRACKET
The Diamond Kings (4-1) rolled to a 15-5 victory over the RE Bulls in the 12U Red Bracket Mother’s Day Classic championship game. The Kings went 4-1 and scored 43 runs to their opponents’ 30. The Bulls (2-1-1) held a slim 24-23 runs advantage on their opponents. No MVP was awarded.
14U CHAMPIONS – GOLD BRACKET
DIAMOND JACKS SUPER 14s
The Diamond Jacks Super 14U (5-0) cruised to a 14-0 mercy rule victory over Gallagher Newtown Select in the 14U Gold Bracket Mother’s Day Classic championship game. Truman Richter, who struck out all nine batters he faced in the final, wasn named the 14U Gold Bracket tournament Most Valuable Player. The Super 14U squad outscored its opponents 49-5. Gallagher Newtown (4-1) held a 42-21 runs advantage on its opponents.
14U CHAMPIONS – SILVER BRACKET
DIAMOND JACKS 14U GOLD
The Diamond Jacks Gold 14U (4-0) defeated the D1 Renegades, 9-1, to secure the 14U Silver Bracket Mother’s Day Classic championship. Keegan Holles of the Gold 14U squad was named the 14U Silver Most Valuable Player. The Diamond Jacks outscored their opponents 36-14 while the Renegades (3-2) held a slim 32-28 runs margin on their opponents.