So far #6 Florence-Darlington Tech, #7 San Jac, #17 Shelton State, and #19 Miami-Dade have punched their tickets to GrandRead more
This Region has been dominated in recent years by Chattahoochee Valley. With trips in 2019, 2018, 2016, 2015, and 2014. Other then that Wallace-Dothan went in 2017, Central Alabama claimed the National Title in 2013, with Shelton State in 2012, and Southern Union in 2011 round out the past decade.
Despite only one National Title game this region has had tallent that rivals those at any region. The talent is spread deep and throughout the state of Alabama with:
Calhoun’s- Solomon Washington, Kevin Dowdell, and Tomas Sancehz
Shelton State’s-Jackson Reynolds, and Garrett McMillan
Bishop State’s- Aronde Bell and Luke Turner
Central Alabama’s- Carter Gannaway and Jakob Zito
Lawson State’s-Michael Kilgore
Snead State’s- Cooper Self, Austin Young, and Evan Veal
Wallace-Dothan’s- Chaz Salter and Will BakerRead more
For the Second Straight year, Chattahoochee Valley took home the Regional Crown. This past year however they did a bit better when they got to Grand Junction. They took out New Mexico in the first game then took on Central Arizona in game 2, which they lost. They then beat Connors State in the losers bracket before facing Central Arizona again. So if your going to lose two games might as well be to the team that won the whole thing right?
Previous Winners: ‘19 Chattahoochee Valley, ‘18 Chattahoochee Valley, ‘17 Wallace-Dothan, ‘16 Chattahoochee Valley,
Alabama is a state that if you don't know much about it then you probably look over the amount of talent in the state. Taking home the Pre-Season Pitcher of the year is Bryce Dilmore from Wallace-Dothan. While the Pre-SEason Player of the year goes to another Wallace-Dothan stand out in Tro Bearden.Read more
Rank Team Record Change 1 Walters State 58-5 – 2 Wabash Valley 48-3 – 3 Crowder 46-6 +2 4 CentralRead more
This Weekend down in Florida went as expected. No team made it through the weekend untouched. All games were competitiveRead more