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Pierce County Baseball


July 18, 2014

Several Pierce County Bear baseball players are playing in Brunswick this weekend in the Coastal Georgia Sports Association Summer Nationals being held at the North Glynn Recreation Complex except for the 14-U which is being played at Edo Field. 

In the 10-U live pitch age group, Kamren Boyd is playing for the Sand Gnats playing two games Friday against the Sea Dogs and Young Guns winning both games by scores of 19-1 and 7-4. No other game scores are available but the SAnd Gnats did end up finishing second to the Young Guns in the championship.

In the 11-U division, the Pierce County Bears played against the Southern Gunz with Pierce County shooting the Gunz down by a score of 6-2. The Bears lost two barn burners in pool play against the Sand Gnats by a score of 3-2 and the Wahoos by a score of 7-5. The semi-final game pitted the Bears against the Gnats again with Pierce defeating the Gnats this time by a score of 5-3. Pierce would face the Wahoos again in the championship with Pierce losing by a score of 7-2 finishing second for the weekend.Playing for the Bears are (kneeling l to r) Justin Tyre, Gage Pippin, Ridge Bennett (Ware County) and Christopher Riggins. Standing (l to r) is Allen Sapp, Coleman Hewitt, Asher Harris, Dominique Williams (Ware County),  Spencer Hughes and Wesley Nelson. The coaches are Dwain Pippin and Jamie Nelson.

In the 12-U division, Pierce County players Andrew Walsh, Sergey Steedley, Dalton Bennett and Dawson Yarbrough are playing for the Ware County Young Guns who lost to Full Throttle Baseball by a score of 13-2 on Friday night. Walsh scored one of the two runs on a sacrifice by Steedley. On Saturday morning, the Diamond Dawgs chewed up the Young Guns by a score of 12-1 with the lone score coming of the bat of Yarbrough. The last pool play game for the Young Guns was also a disaster as they got handcuffed by the Chain Gang by a score of 14-3. Yarbrough hit a two-run bomb followed by a solo homer from Steedley. The single elimination game proved to be no better for the pick up here and there Guns as they were simply outmatched the entire weekend trying to play established teams so they suffered another loss at the hands of Full Throttle again by a score of 17-1 with the lone run being scored by Steedley.


In the 13-U division, Walker Sinclair and Ben Tuten are playing with the Chain Wildcat Express who won both games on Friday against the CSA Clippers by a score of 10-0 and then defeated the Appling County Commanders by a score of 13-0. I don't know any results from other games except the the Chain Wildcat Express did defeat the North Florida Thunder so that means Walker Sinclai and Ben Tuten received rings for their firtst place prize.

In the 14-U division, the Tri-County Thunder won both of their Fridays games against the CGA Hooks (6-3) and the Jax Crusaders (6-2). The Thunder started Saturday morning off with a loss to the Jacksonville Force by a score of 4-3. Tri-County defeated Nitro for the championship by a score of 10-3 earning themselves gold rings for each player. PCHS baseball players playing for the Thunder this weekend include Darrin Cox, Nick Golub, Dalton Joyce, Cody Williams, Tanner Bryant, Klay Allen and Victor Steedley. 



All teams will have games on Saturday as well. Stay tuned for updates throughout the day.




July 15, 2014 – 09:15 PM

Pierce County Middle School baseball player Ben Baker traveled to St. Petersburg, FL to play with the Chain Riptide Rebels of Savannah in the IBC 2014 World Series held at the beautiful Walter Fuller Baseball Complex.

The Rebels started out sluggish in pool play losing two of three games with losses to the TBSA Patriots (9-1) and then to Tampa Baseball Elite (6-4) and then defeated Baseball Heaven by a score of 7-1 to end pool play.

Three teams went to the Premier championship bracket and three teams went to the Elite championship bracket and the Rebels ended up defeating Baseball Heaven two more times by a score of 10-9 in the semi-championship. Baseball Heaven then defeated the GRSD Blackhawks pitting a rematch with the Rebels for the gold in which was a hard fought eight inning barn burner but when it was all said and done, the Chain Riptide Rebels came out victors by a score of 8-7.



July 12, 2014

Three teams with players from Pierce County participated in the Coastal Georgia Sports Association Summer Sizzler today at the Brantley County Recreation Complex in Nahunta. The 11-U and 12-U teams were mixed for pool play games and then separated out according to age groups for the single elimination tournament.

Pierce County was represented in the 8-U division by players Dylan Figueroa, Maverick Bennett, Brice Williamson, Cole Royer, Brooks Edenfield and Caden Williams (in back) who played for the Tri-County Thunder. Tri-County started the day of with a loss to the Brantley Bucs sending them to the loser’s bracket of the double elimination tournament to face Swamp Dynasty and the Thunder boomed as they came out victorious. Tri-County then defeated the Ditch Chickens in the semi- championship earning the right to face the Bucs again in a win or go home game. Just as the mythical god Norse sent thunder booming through the sky, the Tri-County Thunder sent baseballs booming all over the field easily defeating the Bucs giving them their first loss of the day and forcing the “if” game to determine the championship. This game was not as easy though as the thunder silenced and Tri-County squeaked out a championship victory.

Representing Pierce was the 11-U Bear baseball team which finish second in their championship series. Pierce started the day off with a loss to the 12-U Young Guns by a score of 5-4 and then lost to the 12-U Genesis Stixx. Pierce defeated the 11-U Cage Baseball team to advance to the championship game where Pierce came up short losing to the 11-U Sand Gnats.

Team members kneeling (l to r) is Coleman Hewitt, Critter Riggins, Ridge Bennett (Ware County), Gage Pippin, Dominque Williams (Ware County) and Justin Tyre. Standing (l to r) is Spencer Hughes, Wesley Nelson and Allen Sapp. The coaches are Dwain Pippin and Jamie Nelson.

Pierce County players Knox and Luke Bennett played for The Cage during this tournament.                                      

Over on the 12-U side, the Young Guns defeated the 11-U Bears by a score of 5-4 and then defeated the 11-U Cage Baseball team by a score of 7-6 sending the Young Guns to the championship round as the number two seed. The Young Guns then defeated the 12-U Valdosta Colts by a score of 10-0 and then fell to the Genesis Stixx by a score of 13-1 to finish second in the tournament. Pierce County players players Andrew Walsh and Dawson Yarbrough played for the Young Guns.



July 12, 2014 – 07:50 AM


The Georgia Southern Baseball Prospect Camps are scheduled for August 23, October 4 and January 17.  This camp is designed for the high school player that is serious about playing college baseball.   Each player will receive the following: 

  • Opportunity to meet and interact with the Georgia Southern Coaching Staff
  • Opportunity to meet and interact with D1, D2, NAIA, and JUCO coaches along with professional scouts
  • Instruction about hitting, defense and pitching
  • Information about strength and conditioning
  • Information about recruiting and academics
  • An evaluation upon request (send request to 

For more information or to register you can visit our camp website (  All Georgia Southern Camps are open to any and all applicants and are limited only by the number of slots available per camp and the age, grade level and/or the gender of the participant.  Thanks and look forward to seeing your school represented this fall and winter.


The Kennesaw State University Baseball Coaching Staff is happy to announce their 2014 Prospect Camp Schedule.  The Owls will be hosting 3 prospect camps which are set for Saturday August 16, Saturday November 8th, and Sunday January 15th 2015.  Any players interested in KSU is encouraged to attend as KSU Prospect Camp is the only way to be seen by the entire KSU Coaching staff while also gaining valuable instruction.  Please act fast as KSU Baseball Prospect Camp is only open to the first 50 players to sign up for each Camp Date.    

KSU Baseball Prospect Camps are open to any and all participants and are only limited by age/grade, number, and gender.To Sign Up please visit you have any camp questions please direct them to Coach Fowler at



November 8th, 2014

This showcase allows players and parents to interact, learn and be evaluated by junior college coaches from South Georgia and North Florida as well as professional scouts. We hope that you will consider attending the JUCO Baseball Showcase at South Georgia State College.

• Who: 2015 & 2016 Grads
• What: Professional and College Instruction and Evaluation
• Where: South Georgia College, Douglas, Georgia
• When: November 8, 2014
• Why: To display your skills and receive professional instruction from scouts and coaches.
• Cost: $150


9:00-9:45       Parent question and answer with coaches and  scouts
9:45-10:15      Jog, Stretch, Agilities, Toss
10:15- 10:30   Run 60
10:30-11:00    Position Instruction Pitching/Catching/Infield/Outfield
11:05-11:45    On field hitting
11:45-12:15    Lunch Break
12:15-12:40    Hitting, Chat with staff
12:40-12:50    Toss/Stretch
12:40-1:30      Combine Workout, Throwing and Fielding position
1:30-1:45        Break
1:45-3:45        Live game on field
3:45-4:00        Wrap up, Questions and Answers

Possible schools that will be present: South GeorgiaCollege, AndrewCollege, AbrahamBaldwinCollege, DartonCollege, BrewtonParkerCollege, MiddleGeorgiaCollege and major league scouts will be invited.

Click register: Registration Form

For more info: 

SGSC Baseball Coach Jeff Timothy


Saturday, August 16th through Saturday, September 13th on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. for grades: 10th  through 12th grades.

The cost is $175, the Academy registration INCLUDES FREE participation in the November 8th Exposure Camp - an $85 value!

This camp is for the serious high school player who wants a challenge and is looking to improve their skills in an intense, structured collegiate setting. Over the course of the eight sessions, campers are guaranteed 7 games, a detailed evaluation and instruction from the VSU coaching staff. The Academy features video analysis and a t-shirt. Batting tunnels will be open to participants prior to each session for extra work.

Click for Fall Baseball Academy Brochure

Email for more information. Secure online registration and payment is available at

11 ¾” Rawlings baseball glove, barely used – asking $100.00. Contact Tony Walsh at 614-7059 or for more information.

Webmaster Notice and Disclaimer

October 18, 2008

This website is not an official Patterson Recreation Department, Pierce County Parks & Recreation or Pierce County School website. This website was created as a tribute to and information about the past and present baseball teams and players of Pierce County. I will provide as much information as I can concerning teams including the Patterson Recreation All-Stars, Pierce County Parks & Recreation All-Stars, Pierce County travel teams, Pierce County Middle School, PCHS Junior Varsity and Varsity teams as well as our players that are playing at the collegiate level. If you wish to make any comments or see additional information, please feel free to contact me at (912) 614-7059 or by email to Tony Walsh. I will try to provide the most accurate information that I can so if you see any mistakes or misinformation, please notify me as soon as possible. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information.

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