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13U Bulls Off To A Great Start

The 13U Bulls are off to a great start in placing first and second in tournaments these past two weekends. Over Memorial Day weekend, the team placed Second in the rain shortened Hobgood Memorial Day Classic. Play in the tournament included an 8-0 win in their very first game as a team in which 4 pitchers contributed and 13 hits powered the offense.

NYO 12U Titans Place First at Brian McCann Summer Classic Tournament

The NYO Titans started the Summer in good form by placing first in the rain-shortened Brian McCann Summer Classic over Memorial Day weekend.  The Titans ended the tournament with a record of 3-0 in pool play and 2-0 in bracket play and had the best record when monsoon rains hit Atlanta during the semi-final games.  The Titans coaching staff of Jeff Woolverton, Ryan Cranford, Jarrod Nackley, Josh Alterman, and Will “get it right” Goldberg provided excellent leadership to prepare the Titan players for the strong competition in the McCann tournament.

8U Longhorns Finish Gold Division Runner-Up at the War in the Woods

The 8U Longhorns began their summer with a close runner-up finish in Canton at the War in the Woods tournament.  It was a total team effort as the Longhorns collected 21 hits to open the season with a 19-6 win over the Canton Cougars, followed by a 23 hit effort in a 16-4 win over the Sandy Springs Cyclones.  After finishing 2-0 in pool play, the Longhorns received a first round bye as the #2 seed in the Gold Division for bracket play.

NYO Warriors 12U win the 2017 Hobgood Memorial Day Tournament

NYO 12U Warriors gave up only one run per game to win the Hobgood Memorial Day Tournament. Even with inclement weather leading up to the event and during the event Coaches Che Barbour, Billy Small, Clay Chesin and Harris Kirson had the players ready and pumped to play. The Warriors averaged 15 runs per game with all players getting in on the action.

2nd Annual NYO Alumni Softball Tournament Scheduled for June 17th

The NYO Alumni Softball tournament is back! Last year’s inaugural event proved to be a huge success, as former NYO players, parents, and coaches hit the diamond in a fun-filled afternoon. This year’s tournament will be held Saturday, June 17th.
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NYO 11U Bulls First Tournament Produced Quality Baseball

NYO 11U Bulls enjoyed a fun weekend of baseball under Coach Spencer Middleton. They started the day on Saturday with a 10-3 victory over Sharon Springs Black. Owen Cohn and Lawton Sodemann were both on fire as they each pitched two innings. Hunter Davis closed out the game pitching the fifth and final inning. The Bulls players all performed at the plate. They were led by Stanton Aldridge and Cohn.
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Braves Win Seven Straight to Capture the International Championship!

The Braves may have lost their first game in the NYO International Tournament, but they got HOT at the right time after that game.  The Braves went on a tear winning seven straight games to capture the title!

Team:
Will Dunton, Nate Skor, Carter Hogan, Charlie Sheets, Hampton Johnson, Jhenya DeCarlo, Coy Terry, Cole Cravens, Henry Schlachter, Graham Westrom, Antonio Razon, Jimmy McCabe, Head Coach Kyle Dunton and Assistant Coach Todd Sheets

Cubs Win Majors Tournament Championship!

Congratulations to the 2017 Majors Cubs for winning the regular season and becoming tournament champions.  Led by NYO veteran coach Allan Gottlieb and assisted by John Conway, Ross Conway, Sam Elliott and Clete McGinty, the Cubs won the Bell Division and had the best overall record finishing 12-3-1.
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Veteran NYO Girls Basketball Star Shines at Lovett stars

(This is part of the continuing series on girls who played in the NYO girls basketball program and have gone on to start for their high school team).
Jayden Worswick came to the NYO basketball program in 2010 as a precocious rookie league player, where she was a star from the start, and she stayed and played 6 seasons at NYO. She learned at a young age that ball handling skills would be critical, no matter what position she would eventually play; to excel, she needed the ability to dribble with either her left or right hand, and she needed to be able to create scoring opportunities off of the dribble.
Jayden learned how to handle pressure in our league, especially when on the free throw line. As a rookie player at NYO, she missed 2 free throws when she was at the line, late in a game.  The second time this happened to her, she made 1 of 2 free-throws, and the third time, she made both of them. A part of her success in basketball has come from learning to deal with pressure, and her experience at NYO helped her in that ability. Jayden also learned the value of teamwork, and the need to make the players around her better, when she was among the most skilled on her team.
Jayden won a few championships at NYO, and she learned how to win with grace, when that happened.  However, she lost her share of championship games as well.  She learned that a leader needs to learn how to lose, too, but those losses only fueled her fire to compete, to practice every day, and to improve her skills, every day.
Jayden carried her abundant skills to hish school, where she started at the 2 guard spot her freshman year at Lovett, where she found much success on the court.  She even had a 25 point game for the Lions, which finished 17-12 and made the state AAA play-offs, bowing out to Dawson County.  Lovett will be blessed with talent at the 2 spot, for 3 more years.
Jayden hopes to continue her basketball career in college; the picture may give you a hint about what she is thinking.