In the final tournament of the year, SCS 15 brought home hardware in the Louisville Slugger Wood Bat World Series finishing Co-Champions with the South Hills Sliders in a rain shortened game. SCS 14u and 16u teams had strong showings but both fell short in the semi-final round.
Select 14u dominated its pool play games and earned an overall 1 seed by going 4-0. They outscored their opponents 40-3. They had victories over PGH Outlaws Orange, South Hills Sliders, Montour Spartans and West Toronto Wildcats. Coach Diesel team then squared off with the PGH Diamond Dawgs in a great game that they let slip away late. They could not capitalize on opportunities leaving numerous runners on base. They lost in extra innings in a Texas shootout 4-3. With the loss, their season ended with an overall record of 19-11-1.
Select 15u breezed through their pool by recording victories over North Coast USA, Xtra Innings, PGH Diamond Dawgs White and All American Blue. Coach Gassers team finished with an overall 1 seed scoring 34 rungs and giving up 8. Ryan Okuda took the hill against PGH Diamond Dawgs White in their semi-final game recording a no-hitter in a 5 inning game. Select won 11-0 propelling them into the championship game. As the storms rolled through, the championship was called and SCS 15u were crowned Co-Champions. Coach Brian's team finished the year with two championships and an overall record of 24-5-1.
Select 16u played four competitive games in their pool finishing in fifth place with a 2-2 record. Their tournament started off with a 2-1 loss to the West Toronto Wildcats followed up by a 8-7 victory over the Diamond Boys. On day two, Chris Hoiles Elite Baseball prevailed with a 7-3 victory in the morning game. SCS 16u came back with 7-3 victory against Blueprint baseball. On Sunday morning, Coach Beatty's squad played in the 5-4 seed game defeating Diamond Boys 4-1 in a excellent pitching performance by David Anderson. He scattered 4 hits and 1 unearned run over 6 2/3 innings. In the semi-final game, SCS 16 squared off with All American Red. After giving up three unearned runs in the first inning, SCS battled back and loaded the bases with 0 outs in the 6th inning but could not capitalize and lost 3-1. Tesla baffled All American, striking out six batters allowing no earned runs on eight hits and one walk over six innings. With the loss, that concluded their season with a record of 21-12.