No comeback was necessary this time for the Bluffton American AA All-Stars, who jumped out to an early lead and cruised to a 14-6 win over Colleton County on Monday to advance to the championship game of the Dixie Youth Baseball AA Coach Pitch (7-8) district tournament in Walterboro.
Bluffton American’s Dixie Youth Minors squad claimed district baseball supremacy at Oscar Frazier Park on Sunday, defeating Hilton Head 15-5 before rallying past Bluffton National 15-7 to capture the Minors (9-10) District 8 title and punch its ticket to the state tournament.
Hilton Head bounced back with a 13-1 victory to eliminate Colleton County, and Bluffton American’s offense erupted en route to a 26-6 win over Bluffton National on Saturday in the Dixie Youth Minors (9-10) District 8 tournament at Bluffton’s Oscar Frazier Park.
Bluffton National rallied for seven runs in the fourth inning to claim a 9-6 victory over Hilton Head in the winner’s bracket of the Dixie Youth Baseball Minors (9-10) district tournament Friday night, setting up a matchup of unbeaten Bluffton teams on Saturday.
Both Bluffton teams rolled to run-rule victories to open the Dixie Youth Baseball Minors (9-10) district tournament Thursday night at Oscar Frazier Park.
Bluffton American pulled off another late-inning comeback leading to an extra-innings victory to stay undefeated in the Dixie Youth Baseball AA Coach Pitch (7-8) district tournament Thursday in Walterboro.
Bluffton American came back from an overnight rain delay to storm back from a six-run deficit and stun Hilton Head 11-10 in the first round of the Dixie Youth Baseball AA Coach Pitch (7-8) district tournament Wednesday in Walterboro.
Bluffton National heated up in the middle innings and pulled away for a 15-9 win over Beaufort in the opening game of the Dixie Youth Baseball AA Coach Pitch (7-8) district tournament Tuesday night in Walterboro.
Hilton Head’s all-stars completed a dominant run through the Dixie Youth Baseball O-Zone (11-12) district tournament with a 7-0 win over Bluffton on Monday at The Crossings Park.
The Bluffton Ponytails all-stars took two of three from Mount Pleasant over the weekend to advance to the SCAP softball state tournament later this month in Beaufort.