James Harden, what are you thinking, or not thinking? Happy weekend.
We’ve been telling you about CoachDeck clients who have won their all-star state championships and some that have even made it to this year’s Little League World Series. If you’re interested in following along here is a full television schedule and bracket for the tournament. Good luck to all involved!
Congratulations to Hughesville Little League in Maryland for winning their Majors state all-star championship. While they didn’t eventually make it to their ultimate goal of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, they can ge extremely proud of their season. We hope all of the CoachDeck drills they’ve been doing paid off!
North Boulder, (CO) Little League signed on as a CoachDeck customer prior to this year’s season. That means their volunteer coaches were able to use our fun deck of 52 drills and games on the field at every practice. Their Majors all-star team had a tremendous run, culminating in the Colorado State Championship! We’d like to think that we had a small part in those kids’ success and wish them the best as they move on beyond Little League.
Hello, Williamsport! Here come the boys from Peachtree City (GA) Little League. And we know their coaches will be carrying along their trusty CoachDecks. Peachtree City, one of our newest clients, won the extremely competitive Southeast Region in the Little League International all-star tournament. Now let’s see how they fare on the big stage! Good luck to all!
Three CoachDeck clients won their state Little League championships in the Northwest Region. Congratulations to Bend North, Mount Sentinel and North Boise Little Leagues on their great all-star seasons. Special congrats to Bend North who also won the Regional Championship and will be putting on the Northwest Region uniforms in Little League Shangri-La in Williamsport, PA. Good luck boys from Bend!
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