Sharks Reach the Weston KO Tournament Championship for the Third Year in a Row!

The Sharks made it to the Championship Game at the Weston November Knockout tournament for the 3rd year in a row! We won it the last two times we made it. Not so this time. The Sharks came oh so close to winning this tournament. All it would have taken was one hit. Just one [...]

Sharks Capture NSA “A” States

In what was ultimately a marathon of sorts, the Sharks went undefeated in 5 games beating the Rock in the ‘Championship’ game to win the NSA State tournament.  The difference maker in the tournament were the Sharks’ 48 hits over five games!  That’s more hits than Elvis Presley and Lil Wayne combined. 

The Box Score

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A Day at Ormond Beach! Sharks Capture NSA Memorial Classic

Boy it was hotter than Death Valley at the NSA Memorial Day Classic.  The games ranged from complete shut-outs to contests that were more closely fought than two boxers in a phone booth.  In spite of the fact that our defense was more porous than the Titanic, we more than made up for it with [...]

Mother’s Day Tournament at Wellington

Happy Mother’s Day!   The Sharks went 2-1-1 at the Mother’s Day tournament at Wellington this past weekend.  It was a tale of two very good games, a so-so game, and a game in which nothing worked for the Sharks (and everything went well for the Dusters 2000, who went on eventually to win the [...]

Sharks win six in a row to capture the Grab the Bats tourney in Ft Myers

There was no going home early to mow the lawn as the Sharks outscored their rivals 57-15 and outhit them 50-15 to capture the GRAB THE BATS tournament in Ft Myers.  After what can only be described as lackluster ball from the Sharks in the previous two tournaments, the Sharks showed with conviction just how [...]

Lucky Charm – Sharks Win Third March Madness Tournament

MVP Chelsea Brown sparked the Sharks offense.

It may have been the USSSA PRIDE MARCH MADNESS but it felt more like the March Melancholy. It seemed like the

MVP Chelsea Brown sparked the Sharks offense.

Sharks spectators and parents needed some outside help keeping their eyes open let alone on the game.  The Sharks managed to bore everyone to a state [...]

An AfterShocker at the Diamond Duel

Brandi pitching to the Aftershock

Hmmm. Second place. Always the bridesmaid. Or perhaps it’s ground hog day. The Sharks had a dreadful first inning against the Orlando Aftershock in the Championship game. Allowing nine runs against a team like the Aftershock would be like fighting a Black Belt in Jiu-Jitsu with one arm tied behind your back. WTH! I think [...]

Sharks Fall Short Versus the Dusters at Pines Thundarama

The Pines Thundarama tournament showcased several games that were closer than Siamese twins.  Many of the fans in attendance thought that the Stingrays were the odds-on favorite to win inasmuch as they were the oldest team in the tournament.  However, in what can only be described as groundhog day at a softball park, the Sharks [...]

Four “Go Get My Ball Home Runs” Not Enough at the Eckerd College Invitational

The Sharks scored 39 runs and had 52 hits this past weekend at the Eckerd College Invitational.  Four Sharks had ‘Go Get My Ball’ homers (Chelsea, Taco, Taylor and Marley). Heck, the Sharks had more offense than the Denver Broncos could muster in Super Bowl XLVIII!  But it wasn’t enough as the Sharks came up [...]

Snowball Fun in the Sunshine State

Kinda odd that the last tournament of the year, the Snowball, was played in 80 degree weather.  Actually, it’s not odd, it’s Florida!  So for you sorry souls who live in the dreariness of Seattle, Chicago, or Cleveland, we’ll enjoy the weather for you. 

First of all, Mele Kalikimaka from the Deerfield Beach Sharks!

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