For the second weekend in a row Mother Nature challenged Loudoun Liberty. This time 14U Liberty Black came out as finalists in the one day Momma Drama in Central Maryland. The team outscored opponents 23-4 in bracket play, before the championship game was called due to weather. Congratulations!
The Stingrays Classic was supposed to be a two-day tournament, but Mother Nature had other ideas. Only Saturday’s pool play was completed after Sunday’s brackets were washed out. When all was said and done Liberty was declared the 14U Open champion with a 3-0 record. They outscored opponents 25-1.
Fighting not only three tough teams, but also the weather, 14U Liberty Black came out as Silver Champions in the 14U B division of the Stingrays Classic!
No outs, bases loaded, bottom of the first inning:
10U Futures players turned out to cheer on local softball rivals Woodgrove High School and Loudoun Valley High School as they took on one another in the first round of this Western Loudoun competition. Most Futures players will attend one of these two high schools. Loudoun Valley swept this round with a 3-2 varsity victory and a 15-13 JV win.
14U Liberty Blue competed in the Kaboom! Classic and Michelle took the name to heart, going deep for a home run over the fence in left-center.
Congratulations to our Liberty Black 14U Players for making their high school and middle school teams:
- Jordan Cheshire, Loudoun County High School (JV)
- Abbey Dobies, Loudoun County High School (JV)
- Sara Alter, Woodgrove High School (JV)
- Marissa Licciardone, Loudoun Valley High School (JV)
- Tori Moran, Heritage High School (Varsity)
- Corina Alvarez, Harper Park Middle School
- Ia Rivera-Millan, Eagle Ridge Middle School