Div 1- Appalachian District Preview (Reg. 7 & 17)

For the past 2 years, the representative from this District was Walters State. In 2018 they went to Grand Junction as the favorite to win it all with an amazing 56-6 record and just fell short in the National Championship game against Chipola. In 2019, they made the trip with a still-impressive 52-9 record beating out the surprise to many in the district Gordon State (50-9) in the District tile winning both games 5-4 and 5-2. 

Past Winners:’19 Walters State, ‘18 Walters State, ‘17 Dyersburg State, ‘16 Darton State

This year's field looks to be much the same, Walters State looks to be the front runner with both the Pre-Season Pitcher and Player of the year in Bryce Hodge (East Tennessee State) and Ben Joyce (Tennessee). 

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Week 17 – Division 1 National Rankings

So far #6 Florence-Darlington Tech, #7 San Jac, #17 Shelton State, and #19 Miami-Dade have punched their tickets to Grand

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Top 101 2021 Pitchers

# Name School
1 Christian McGowan-Eastern Oklahoma
2 Hunter Parks-Florence Darlington Tech
3 Peyton Zable-Iowa Western
4 Zac Robinson-Wabash Valley
5 Ricky Tiedemann-Long Beach
6 Jason Bollman-Wabash Valley
7 Jacob Misiorowski-Crowder
8 Mat Olsen-Central Arizona
9 Johny Cuevas-Southern Nevada
10 Kris Bow-Southern Nevada

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Div. 1- South Central District Preview (Reg. 2, 16, 23)

This is another district that is well past due for a National Title. The amount of talent and top ranked national teams that have made their way to Grand Junction have fallen short and we feel like this is a year that could change.

With Connors making trips in 2019, and 2013; Jefferson ties the lead with three trips in 2018, 2012, and 2011; Delgado has also made three trips all in a row from 2014-2016; the only other team to make it from this district has been Crowder in 2017.

The tallent, again as with the rest of the country, is at the all time high with:

Mineral Area’s- Ben Jones, Nathan Landry, and Maddux Moteychuk

Crowder’s- Landrey Wilkerson, Logan Chambers, Jacob misiorowski, and Kaleb Hill

Eastern Oklahoma- Christian McGowan, Andrew Walling, David Sandlin, and Easten James

Delgado’s- Brayden Jobert

Seminole State’s- Brock rodden, Brett Russell, and Creed Watkins

Jefferson’s- Jack Rigoni, and Trevor Tietz

St. Charles- Damon Cox, Ethan Courtney, and Kobe McPike

St. Louis- Alex Adams, Blake Lawson, and Blane Besse

Three Rivers- Lane Baremore, Kolton Poorman, and Austin Brock

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M -Mathieu Vallee

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