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WHAT IS BEAUMONT BASEBALL?
Beaumont Baseball (formerly Amelia-West End Baseball) is a Little-League-sanctioned baseball league comprised of players within both, the Amelia Little League and West End Little League boundaries (some exceptions may apply), for ages 13-16 (some 12's depending on birth date). The league was formed many years ago when it was determined that neither Amelia nor West End could realistically support a league for these age groups separately due to low numbers of registrants.
NO P.O. BOX FOR BEAUMONT BASEBALL
Please note that Beaumont Baseball no longer maintains a Post Office Box (nor do we have a street address for receiving USPS mail). If you need to contact Beaumont Baseball please check under "contact info" for someone to contact directly.
SECTION 2 TOURNAMENT - WEST END ELIMINATED
Unfortunately our Junior League tournament came to an abrupt end yesterday in Orwall. We lost to Bridge City 9-4 in the early game then lost to Orwall 15-12 in the night-cap. Regardless, we are very proud of the team and their efforts throughout the tournament. A BIG thank you goes out to team Manager, Brian Cansler and assistants, Todd Legendre and Philip Smith. These guys also gave it their all in preparing this team for the tournament and helping them throughout the tournament. Be proud, all of you.
July 8, 2017 - Game today is against Bridge City.
Our team got off to a great start in the Sectional tournament last night with a win against the host team, Orwall, 9-4. Josh Taunton hit a 2-run homer and Cade Romero, Nick Smith and Cane Snowden all contributed in a fine pitching effort to help cinch the win. Next game is at Orwall on Saturday, July 8 at 4 PM against the winner of today's game featuring the District 32 (mid and south county area) champion and District 17 (Channelview area) champion. KEEP IT GOING GUYS (and stay hydrated).
2017 DISTRICT 12 JUNIOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
Obviously my previous article about the tournament bracket was false and you've all realized it soon enough. Beaumont Baseball representing West End and Jasper are the only D12 teams vying for the D12 championship. Now I'm trying to catch up.
GAME 1, June 26 at home - West End (Beaumont Baseball) vs. Jasper
West End won, 6-3 (YAY!). Colton May pitched 5-2/3 innings; Garrett Richard hit a home run to give us a 3-run lead which was never relinquished.
GAME 2, June 27 at Jasper -
After leading 6-1 through 5 innings, Jasper bats got hot and they ended up winning 15-6.
GAME 3 - June 29 at Jasper
In a hard-fought, back-and-forth game through 4 innings, we took the lead 6-5 in the bottom of the 6th only to have Jasper come back and tie in the top of the 7th. With 2 outs and no runners on in the bottom of the 7th, the next 3 batters reached base and a wild pitch scored the winning run. Final score Beaumont Baseball 7-Jasper 6. CONGRATULATIONS AND WAY TO GO TEAM! Now it's on to Sectionals which will be hosted by District 28, Orwall, starting July 5. First game features West End (Beaumont Baseball) vs. Orwall at 7 PM.
GOOD LUCK GUYS!
BEAUMONT BASEBALL 2017 JUNIOR LEAGUE ALL STAR TOURNAMENT TEAM
Congratulations to the following junior league players selected to represent Beaumont Baseball in the Little League International Junior League tournament.
Team Manager is Brian Cansler with Assistant Coaches Todd Legendre and Philip Smith.
Tournament play starts with District 12 then progresses to Sectional, State, Regional and World Series. The District 12 tournament is expected to begin about June 22 but the exact date will be set at a meeting scheduled next week and will be posted here.
GOOD LUCK guys; we know you will give it your best effort.
TIGERS WIN THE JUNIOR LEAGUE 2017 POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT
Front row - l to r: Christopher Tillery, Audre Simien, Brandan Pompa, Owen Cansler and Adrian Gonzalez
Standing: Cade Romero, Cody McClory, Jacob Connolly, Troy Collins and Jamari Dabney
Who wooda thought! The 5th seed Tigers knocked off the 1st seed Rangers 12-2 in our post-season tournament to win the championship. As the saying goes, "never say never", anything is possible. Congratulations to all the Tiger players and Coach Cansler and his assistants. Congratulations also to Coach Smith and the Rangers who finished the season with an 11-2 record, best in the league.
POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP
It seems like yesterday when we started our spring junior league season but now the end is imminent. Tomorrow, May 25, will be the last game of the season featuring Tigers vs Rangers in the tournament championship game starting at 6 PM. This is it guys, winner-take-all tomorrow. It would be great if all the other team players, parents, etc. came out to show their support for the league. Next up - the selection of our All Star team to represent us starting in District 12 and hopefully continuing to Sectional, State, Regional and World Series tournaments. Wouldn't that be a blast!
Thank you Alisha Maglio. Alisha has volunteered to help manage our website again this year.
WHAT BAT TO BUY???
Parents and players, before you buy a new bat be sure to check the Little League website. We don't want you to buy a bat and then discover it is banned for use by LL. Go to the "coaches" tab on the LL website and you will find a sub-link for "bat information".
A big THANK YOU to all the players, parents, coaches, volunteers, sponsors and fans who supported our Junior League in 2016. We could not have done it without your help. A special thanks to Brian Cansler, our league Administrator, and Billy Robbins, Field Maintenance Supervisor, for all their dedicated work in operating the league and keeping the facilities in tip-top shape. A special thanks also to Harold and Laura Michael for their hard work in running the concession stand even when they didn't have parent volunteers to help.
We look forward to doing it again in 2017. It's not too early to volunteer for a board position. Just contact a current board member to volunteer for 2017. The more help we have the easier it is on all of us.
Thanks again for a great 2016 season.
WE ARE DISTRICT 12 CHAMPS - AGAIN!!!
A big CONGRATULATIONS to our Beaumont Baseball Junior League District 12 champions. Last night the bats came alive early and often scoring 10 runs in the first inning against Lumberton and it didn't stop there. They scored 6 more runs in the 2nd inning, 4 more in the 3rd and 1 in the 4th. Final score Beaumont Baseball 21, Lumberton 4 after 4-1/2 innings (mercy rule). Blaine LeBlanc pitched 1-2/3 innings and Eathan Goodman closed it out. Great job guys. Keep it going into the Sectional Tournament (site and other teams TBA).
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