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2014 Latest News

2014 League, District & Region Awards

 

fml_logoCongratulations to all of the Dragon Award Winners.  League awards are based only on the player's stats from their league play. District awards are based upon the player's stats for the entire season as well as play in the district games. League awards are 1st team, 2nd team, and honorable mention. Player's can receive 1 or 2 points from each coach in the league, where the highest point totals determine what level of award they receive. A player that receives 2 points from every coach in the league is a "Unanimous" vote getter. There are league awards for Pitchers, First Baseman, Infield (Second Base, Short Stop, & Third Base combined for 4 total awards), Catcher, Outfield (4 awards), and At-Large (Basically like a Designated Hitter). District awards are by position and only one level (like 1st team league) and are necessary for a player to be considered for Regional and All-State Awards.

 

The player's will receive their official awards on the Softball Awards Night. Below are this year's award winners for the Dragons.


 

Flint Metro League Awards

 

1st Team All-League

  • Infield - Carah Pletscher - Senior
  • First Base - Lauren Black - Junior

 

Honorable Mention All-League

  • Pitcher - Phoebe Cross - Junior
  • At-Large - Danielle Heron - Junior

 

All District Awards

  • Utility - Carah Pletscher - Senior
  • Outfield - Tabby Miller - Senior
  • First Base - Lauren Black - Junior
  • Pitcher - Phoebe Cross - Junior
  • Designated Player - Danielle Heron - Junior

 


 

All Region Awards

 

Regional Awards work like the District Awards. The players are competing by position with all players from the region. They are based upon the player's stats for the entire season. In order for a player to be considered for All-Region, they must have received an All-District Award. These awards are by a player's fielding position. Each position has a number of award winners, which are ranked 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.

 

Each Region's award winners will be considered for All-State Honors by position and according to their ranking. So for example, each 1st ranked pitcher from the 8 division 1 regions compete for All-State and then Honorable Mention All-State. It is also possible for a player who is ranked 2nd in their region to receive an award over a player ranked 1st in another region. The All-State awards will be selected after all of the championship games have been completed and the high school season is officially over.

 

There are 6 outfield All-State (AS) awards and 6 Honorable Mention (HM) awards. There are 3 AS awards for short stop and 5 HM awards. There are 3 AS awards for third base and 3 HM awards. There are 3 AS awards for second base and 5 HM awards. There are 4 AS awards for first base and 3 HM awards. There are 3 AS awards for catcher and 2 HM awards. There are 7 AS awards for pitcher and 6 HM awards.

 

  • Utility - Carah Pletscher - Senior

All State Awards

 

No Dragons received All State Awards this year.

 

2014 Dragons Season Ends

The Dragons travelled to Kearsley Saturday for district play.  They played Carman Ainsworth in their first game getting an easy win 10-0 in 5 innings.  Keasley took on Flushing in the second game.  Kearsley also won in lopsided fashion 8-0.  The Dragons and Kearsley split a double header earlier in the season in league action and would now play for the district championship.  Unfortunately for Creek, the game ended with Kearsley coming from behind in the bottom of the 7th to win the game and advance to regionals at Saginaw Valley State University.  The 2014 Dragons season ended with a 15-17 overall record.

 

Swartz Creek 10  Carman 0

 

Phoebe Cross pitched the complete game allowing just one hit in the bottom of the 5th inning with 5 strikeouts.  Danielle Heron had 2 hits including a double and scored twice with 2 RBIs.  Tabby Miller had 2 hits, walk and scored twice with an RBI.  Lauren Black had a hit and walk and scored with 2 RBIs.  Hailey Fox walked and scored twice.  Jamie Perigo had a hit, 2 walks and scored.  Kara Manier walked with Hanna Sayles coming into pinch run and score.  Ashley Dusseau walked with an RBI. Kylee Pierce was hit by a pitch and scored.

 

Swartz Creek 2  Kearsley 3

 

Lauren Black had 3 hits and 2 RBIs.  Danielle Heron had a hit and scored.  Hailey Fox had 2 hits and scored.  Tabby Miller had 2 hits. 

 

The Dragons out hit Kearsley 9-2, but stranded 9 runners proving to be the difference in the game.  Twice they left the bases loaded.  Kearsley did not have an earned run in the game due to 4 errros by the Dragons. 

Varsity Regular Season Ends

The 2014 regular season ended with a pair of defeats versus league opponent Brandon.  The Dragons will travel to Kearsley on Saturday, May 31st to play Carman Ainsworth at 10:00am in Districts.  The winner will take on the winner of the Kearsley-Flushing game played at 12:00pm that day.  Varsity finished with an 8-8 record in the league and 14-16 overall record.

 

Swartz Creek 0  Brandon 5

 

Creek managed only 2 hits in the game, singles by Lauren Black & Jamie Perigo.  Phoebe Cross pitched another solid game giving up just 6 hits, but 6 untimely errors led to 5 unearned runs.

 

Swartz Creek 3  Brandon 4

 

The nightcap was a little tougher defeat, since the Dragons led 3-0 heading into the bottom of the 6th inning when Brandon scored all 4 of their runs.  All 4 runs were again unearned due to multiple errors.  Hanna Sayles, Hailey Fox, Black, Jamie Perigo and Madisen Henry all had hits for Creek.  Henry pitched a great game allowing only 3 hits.

Varsity Drops Two at Fenton

 

The Dragons travelled to Fenton for league play Wednesday night.  Fenton had 2 losses in the league, so Creek would have to win both for any shot at a leauge title.  But, the defending back-to-back league champs were no match for the Fenton Tigers.  The Dragons dropped both games making their league record 8-6 and overall record 14-14.  They play their final double header Thursday night versus Brandon at home.  It will also be Senior Night.

 

Swartz Creek 1  Fenton 4

 

The Dragons only managed 4 hits in the game.  Danielle Heron had 2 hits.  Hanna Sayles and Hailey Fox each had a hit.  Phoebe Cross pitched another solid game scattering 8 hits with 1 walk.  Only 2 of the runs were earned.  Late in the game she took a line drive to the stomach, but finished the contest.

 

Swartz Creek 0  Fenton 11

 

The Dragons could not get the bats going again with only 2 hits in the game.  Jamie Perigo had a double and Tabby Miller had a single.  Madisen Henry and Abby Stringer came into the game after the Dragons were down 6-0 in the second inning.  They allowed just 3 hits and 1 walk and 2 earned runs.

2014 Swartz Creek Girls Youth Softball Clinic

The Swartz Creek Girls Youth Softball League held their 2014 clinic Sunday afternoon with the members of the varsity softball team helping the girls to learn the game of softball.  It was another good turnout and the weather cooperated.  The day began with a pitching clinic conducted by Krista Shepard with the assistance of varsity pitchers Madisen Henry and Abby Stringer.  The rest of the team worked with Swartz Creek youth softball players as young as 6 years of age for the rest of the day.  Below are some of the pictures from the day.

 

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Swartz Creek Girls Youth Softball

Swartz Creek Girls Youth Softball