So much fun to watch.
So much fun to watch.
LTMS hosted an 8th Grade A team tournament this past weekend. St. Andrews defeated Gorzycki in the finals. Pool play was only 2 games to 15 and we split with both of those finalists! A 3-way tie for 2nd in our pool sent us to the consolation bracket.
With bases loaded and two outs, Kristen makes this catch to end Texas Instinct 99’s rally. Impact Gold went on to win the game 6-3 and play in the finals of the Taylor USSA. They lost in the finals and took 2nd place.
I was there at every game but putting this highlight video together, I realized how much I missed. What a great season she had.
Kristen’s Fall 2013 Highlights
Kristen at the Lonestar Warmup Bracket Games. First time setting. LT Spikes final rank was 5th out of 17 teams.
Kristen played for the Cheetah Girls from 2006-2011 in the Austin United league in South Austin.
Coached by Carrie Phillips all 5 years the team had:
Abby, Brooke, Caroline, Kaitlyn, Kristen, Rylli, Sloane,
Here are highlights from Kristen’s 2008 season (7 yrs old)
After 7 years of playing baseball, Kristen is ready to transition to softball. She did play both one year in 2011. This spring we will look for a select team for her to play on.
Here are a few highlights of her 2011 softball season:
2013 baseball season highlights. LTYA all-stars took 2nd place in summer CenTex tournament:
LTYA 2013 12u Baseball All-Stars. Kristen appears at 3:26
Kristen hit her first home run at the LTYA 12U Drysdale field. A towering shot over the left field fence with two runners on.
From GameChanger game summary:
The Lake Travis Rangers shut the door early on the Lake Travis Yankees, capturing an 11-0 victory on Tuesday.
With seven runs in the first three innings, the Lake Travis Rangers left no doubt about the eventual outcome.
A three-run home run by Kristen …fueled the Lake Travis Rangers’ offense early.
Kristen racked up five RBIs on two hits for the Lake Travis Rangers.
Kristen got the win for the Lake Travis Rangers. He pitched two shutout innings. He struck out five, walked one and surrendered one hit.
Obviously, GameChanger, with its lack of recognition of gender, doesn’t think girls play baseball; but we know different.