Friday, June 27, 2014
What a great season these boys had! They battled hard every game and improved so much in the 4 weeks they played together. In the end, their season ended in the semifinals in a nail biter against Burleson County, 15-14. It was a tough loss, but every player deserved to hold their head high.
Austin played 3rd base for the team and improved most defensively. He was a strong bat for the team, hitting in the 2 hole and usually finding a way to get himself on. We are so proud of how far he has come this year.
Wes got his first taste of coaching in the "big leagues". He is great with the boys, keeps his cool and makes sure each one knows their role on the team. It wasn't an easy job, but I'd say he did pretty fantastic.... I guess I'm a little bias.
4 weeks of countless hours of softball have come to an end. The WCLL Pee Wee 7/8 All Star team made it to the Championship game where they came up short and loss to Columbus in a 11-5 ballgame. The girls had a great run and improved so much but more importantly made friends and memories that will last a lifetime.
Avery was one of the three 7 yr olds on the team. She she saw most of her time in centerfield and was able to make some things happen at the plate. She's still got some work to do... sometimes her focus wanders :), but we must remind ourselves that these girls are 7 & 8 years old.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
See a difference between the boy in the two pics?
Playing sports with glasses isn't always easy so we decided to give contacts a shot. At 7, contacts are a big responsibility, but so far so good. It takes a little time to get them in, but he's starting to get the hang of it.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Caleb has been a trooper. He's not old enough for All Stars, but he's been roped into being at the field every night for practice. He's been put to work base running and shagging balls and he's getting the best practice by just watching the boys and learning. Last week, the Brenham high school coaches put on a baseball camp and we didn't have to ask Caleb twice if he wanted to do it. AND Jase went to camp too... icing on the cake.