2016 PACIFIC COAST HIGHLIGHTS
Grizzlies 17 – Red Raiders 3
The Red Raiders ans The Grizzlies needed to win this game to claim the championship. The Grizzlies were on fire by the second inning with 5 runs. The entire team work together to earn the win with a score 17-3. However, Jerrell Crosson played an all star game. He went (4-4) with an monster triple, made a double play by catching a fly ball and then making an out by a runner going to third. Congrats to Isaiah for earning the sportsmanship award. Congrats to DJ who hit ahomeruns. He has the talent to a great baseball player one day. Lets not forget about Cam, Amiya, Izzy and Abby who refused to give up until the game was over. They were great opponents.
PLAYOFF GAME 5
Grizzlies 11 – Red Raiders 6
The Grizzlies stay alive for a run to win the PC Championship. Stay tuned for more Grizzly News tomorrow after the game.
PLAYOFF GAME 4
Beavers 10 – Stars 0
The Romans, the Ottomans, Jean Claude Van Damme, and The Stars were all dominating empires that fell under the weight of their own greatness. The Stars season ended with a 10-0 loss to the Beavers. The 10 runs could have been 20 if not for the stellar defense of the Stars team. Grace, Ryan, Miles, Ian, and Matthew paced the hitting attack. The Stars improved more than any other team in PC this year, and will train montage-style for the upcoming offseason. This will have the five pointed death machine ready to deliver an onslaught of punishment next year.
PLAYOFF GAME 3
Red Raiders 8 – Grizzlies 6
PLAYOFF GAME 2
Red Raiders 8 – Beavers 7
PLAYOFF GAME 1
Grizzlies 12 – Stars 0
The Stars were prepped and primed after spending all week training with Patches O’Hoolihan at Average Joe’s Gym for their first-round playoff game. Alas, they fell to the Globogym Purple Cobra Grizzlies, 12-0. The Stars played their BEST defense of the year, and did it short-handed without a full team available for all positions. Grace, Ryan, Brady, and Vincent paced the hitting attack. The Stars will look to continue their Jamaican Bobsled-esque Underdog Story on Saturday at 2 p.m. Be there for free fireworks prior to the Target 4th of July spectacular downtown, and without the need to validate at Greektown.
Beavers 9 – Red Raiders 8
Grizzlies 13 – Stars 1
The trap has been set, and the unsuspecting Grizzlies are walking right towards it. The Stars plan worked perfectly, with them losing their last season game to the Grizzlies 13 – 1. Miles knocked in Brady with a hit so far it had to go through TSA before continuing to the outfield. Josh, Ryan, & Jaylen also helped with the hitting efforts. Playoffs start on Monday, so be sure to bring your appetite for pulled bear meat BBQ sandwiches to the concession stand. A Yogi size will be $3.50, and Boo Boo for the kids is only $2.00.
Beavers 6 – Stars 3
After crafting his clipboard out of a tree that had been struck down by lightning, Coach Winbigler boned it so it wouldn’t chip and christened it Wonder Board. The mighty Stars lineup written on it then exploded for hits throughout. ALL of the Stars players put metal to leather and punished the unfortunate white orbs all day. The Stars lost to the Beavers 6-3, but the real winners were Coaches, who were treated to the best game of the year. The Stars look to slaughter Yogi and Boo Boo Saturday. Bear meat sandwiches available Sunday at the concession stand.
Grizzlies 14 – Red Raiders 3
Red Raiders 9 – Stars 0
For much of the game, the baseball seem to be using the same cloaking ability as the creature in the movie Predator. But as the fifth inning rolled around, Coach Winbigler noticed some baseball blood, and let the team know, “If it bleeds, we can kill it.” The Stars then started hitting the ball, led by Brady and Ian. Alas, the jungle-like heat was too much and the Stars and they fell to the Beavers 9-0. The team displayed EXCELLENT concentration, because according to Jesse Ventura “If you lose it out here, you’re in a world of hurt.”
Grizzlies 7 – Beavers 4
Beavers 10 – Red Raiders 7
Grizzlies 15 – Stars 2
Much like every episode of Game of Thrones you’ve ever seen, the Stars game left you wondering if you should switch over to Netflix and chill, until the last 5 exciting minutes. Josh, Ryan, Emma, Vincent, Miles, and Ethan led the hitting attack in the last inning to explode for two runs to make the final score. After this offensive explosion, the Stars will be changing their mascot to reflect the changing times. Please be ready to exchange your old gear for new Ciluffos Onslaught swag on Saturday.
Beavers 10 – Red Raiders 7
Beavers 4 – Stars 0
Much like the classic Looney Tunes cartoon with Bugs Bunny playing all 9 positions, the Beavers were able to handle the Stars with a less than full cast. The Stars played extremely good defense with several put outs, but were unable to make the ball fear their ping. Josh, Ryan, Matthew, Jaylen, and Miles paced the hitting. The Stars will take their Crazy 88s-like bat frenzy to bludgeon the Grizzlies on Wednesday.
Grizzlies 12 – Red Raiders 1
The Grizzlies came out firing on all cylinders on this perfect day for baseball! As we have made our way to the halfway point in the season you can see the teams’ progression. Big runs from Reign Scott (4-4), Kaleb Chandler (3-4), Isaiah Lewis (3-4), Reina Wilson, and Ke’Aire Barber. The Grizzlies played great defense in an overall team effort. Great job Grizzlies!
Red Raiders 10 – Stars 0
Beavers 11 – Stars 0
The Stars encountered a big buck tooth hitting machine in the Beavers on Wednesday night at Johnstone Park. The Beavers won 11-0, and although the five pointed death machine scattered hits throughout the lineup, a run could not be found. The Stars are looking forward to the the weekend for a recharge, so they can begin to crush their enemies, see them driven before them, and hear the lamentations of their parents.
Red Raiders 13 – Grizzlies 7
Red Raiders 15 – Stars 2
The Raiders kept their bats going in a Saturday showdown with the improved Stars. Kam and Ray had doubles. Cole and Abby notched 3 hits and Sincere, Andrae, Ahmiya all banged out 4 hits. Ian had a nice double along with a couple nice plays on defense. Josh and Emma had a couple hits as the Stars had hits in every inning, but couldn’t quite get enough rallies going.Much like the dockworkers and groundskeepers in the movie Major League, the talk of the town is about how much better the Stars are getting better each game. The Stars hot bats continued to produce runs with solid hits from Josh, Ryan, Matthew, Jaylen, Brady, Ian, and Emma. Vincent, Miles, John, and Grace all helped out in the field with good defense. The five pointed machine of death will look to get on the winning side next Wednesday versus whomever the schedule offers up as a sacrifice.
Grizzlies 13 – Beavers 5
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon for a ball game! The Grizzlies met the Beavers once again.
We played great offense as the entire team contributed with hits. The Grizzlies had an early offensive explosion. Big hits from Ke’Aire Barber and Ian Tanksley & a huge triple from DeShawn Edwards. The Beavers proved that they weren’t going to go away quietly with 5 runs in the 4th but ran out of time. All & all it was a great job by both teams!
Grizzlies 12 – Red Raiders 10
Hello Grizzly fans! We took to the field to battle the Raiders this evening. It was another close game with the Grizzlies grinding out the win 12 – 10.
The Raiders exploded in the 5th to tie the game. It was intense on the field but the Grizzlies pulled it out. Which it seems Coach Gray was doing to his hair throughout the game. Thanks to Jerrell Crosson for his game winning RBI & Javion Gray for the insurance run at the top of the 6th. Great job to both teams!
The undefeated Raiders took to the field in the much anticipated rematch with the strong Grizzlies.The Grizzlies struck first with 2 in the 1st thanks to a single from Ian (3-4) and a double from Deshawn (4-4, 2 doubles), then Jerrell (3-4) single. The Raiders tied it in the 2nd with another Kam (3-3) double scoring Izzy (3-3). The 3rd inning brought a ton of run scoring with the Grizzlies notching led by a Javion double (3-4) and Jade single (3-4). The Raiders kept it close in the bottom of the inning thanks to singles from Ray (4-4), Sincere (2-4), Violet (2-4),and Andrae (2-4). Izzy had a big 2 out hit with a bases load smash double. The Raiders kept the Grizlies from a big 4th inning thanks to Abby running down a Deshawn smash and making a great throw to the cutoff man Sincere who threw it to Izzy covering 2nd. Izzy showed good awareness and speed to run down the Grizzlies player to get the Raiders out of a Grizzly rally. Andrae, Ahmiya and Kam also made strong defensive plays for the Raiders in the game. The Grizzlies extended their lead in the 5th with notable hits from Kevin (2-40 and Izaih (2-3). The Raiders finally tied the game with a 5 run 5th as the whole lineup was hitting. The Grizzlies were up to the challenge though scoring 2 in the 6th led by another Deshawn double The Raiders bats finally wore out in the 6th and were unable to answer, giving the Grizzlies a well earned 12-10 victory
Beavers 6 – Stars 4
The moon landing, the Miracle on Ice, and the Stars first runs of the Season scored versus the Beavers we’ll all be moments in American history where people remember where they were. The Beavers prevailed in a 6-4 victory that was exciting and back and forth. The entire Stars team hit well and played with great focus the ENTIRE game. The Stars will look to get even more runs this Saturday at noon. Fans are advised to bring umbrellas, as there is a 100% chance of hits raining all over.
Grizzlies 11 – Stars 0
The Stars lost another tough one to the vaunted Grizzly hitting machine. The Stars enjoyed great defense and focus from Grace, John, Nigel, Matthew, Ian, Emma, and Ethan. Josh, Ryan, Jalen, Brady, Vincent and Miles led the Stars hitting attack. Be sure to join the Stars and their quest for a run tomorrow night versus the Beavers at 6:15. Free admission to anyone sporting a mullet on 80’s retro night.
Grizzlies 7 – Beavers 5
Wednesday evening the Grizzlies and Beavers took to the field for their second time this season. The Beavers got off to a sluggish start but their defense was solid and some great hits kept this game close. The Grizzlies offense was lead by DeShawn Edwards (DJ), Jerrell Crosson, Javion Gray, Jade Saunders, Kevin Mikolajczak.
Red Raiders 13 – Stars 0
The Raiders stayed hot Monday night with a win over the Stars . The Raiders bats were led by a Slammin Kam’s first homerun of the season. Izzy belted another double as did Andrae.
Red Raiders 11 – Beavers 8
The Raiders and Beavers battled it out on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. The Raiders had a strong team effort. Andrae, Abby, Kam, and Cole were a perfect 3-3 at the plate. Alex logged his first ever RBI and fellow youngsters Konner (1-2) and Violet (2-3) chipped in. Izzy and Kam led the defense with crucial putouts. The Beavers were hitting the ball well with Syer (2-3) belting a triple. Lorenze, Beckett, and Matt all had 2 hits and Tyrone went 3-3. It was a well played game the was close throughout.
Grizzlies 16 – Stars 0
The Stars are still searching for their first run of the season, and lost a tough game to the talented Grizzlies 0 – 16. The Stars will be looking to take their bats to warmer climates vs the Red Raiders on Monday, which is Coach Winbigler bobblehead night at Johnston Park.
Red Raiders 10 – Grizzlies 9
Stars vs Beavers
Rained Out make up Thurs 5/12
Red Raiders 11 – Stars 0
The Raiders and their mechanical pitching spring pitched a complete-game shutout of the stars on opening day, 11-0. The Stars hitting attack was led by Ryan, Josh, Brady, Vincent, and Jaylen. Grace, Matthew, Ian, Emma, and Myles all contributed Stellar defense to keep the hard-hitting Raider attack at Bay.
Grizzlies 5 – Beavers 0