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SCBL Finishes Strong with Win over the Sun Belt

By Jerob Moon

The SCBL All-Stars, in the final game of the Southeastern Collegiate Prospect Showcase, beat the Sun Belt League All-Stars 4-2. The team played well on Sunday, solid pitching and great defensive plays kept the Sun Belt bats quiet as, the SCBL lead wire to wire.

The SCBL started the game strong with a two-run top of the first inning. Piedmont Pride’s Joe Campagna hit a double into left field that scored SBA Bone’s Dupree Hart from second. Dominick Cammarata of the Carolina Vipers would groundout to the shortstop and score Campagna from third.

Piedmont Pride’s Roury Glanton would add another run with a groundout in the fourth, and Cody Littlejohn, of the Pride, scored on a fielding error in the seventh. The Sun Belt scored a run in the second and seventh, but was never able to string together hits thanks to great pitching and defense by the SCBL.

The SCBL pitchers held the early lead and didn’t allow the Sun Belt any chances to take the lead. Seven different pitchers put up a zero on the scoreboard in their inning of work, and kept the Sun Belt batters off balance with different pitch combinations. The defense behind them did their job turning two double plays and stopping the momentum of the Sun Belt. 

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SCBL Gets the Weekend Started against the Valley League

By Jerob Moon

The SCBL All-Star team got the Southeastern Collegiate Prospect Showcase tournament underway Saturday, with a game against the Valley Baseball League. The SCBL lost 6-0 but there were good performances from the team.

The hitters faced good pitching from the Valley, but they were able to get on base. The SCBL coach spread the wealth today, 16 different players recorded an at bat. The Piedmont Pride batters hit well collecting five of the seven team hits. Third baseman Joe Campagna hit a double off the left center wall in the eighth, the hardest hit ball all day. First basemen Josh Baker collected two hits as well.

There were good pitching performances from the SCBL All-Stars. SBA Bones’ pitchers Isaac Rogers and Zachary Blankenship both pitched will after the Valley scored two runs in the first. Rogers and Blankenship threw three scoreless innings combined with no hits and three strikeouts. As a team the SCBL struck out nine batters.

The SCBL will be back in action on Sunday, as they play a 4:00 game against the Sun Belt league all-stars.

 

SCBL Announces All-Star Team

By Jerob Moon

 

The SCBL All-Star team has been announced, and congratulations to all the players that have been invited to join the team. Each player, representing the six different SCBL teams, has shown great skill on the field this season, whether it be in the batter’s box, on the mound, or in the field.

The SCBL All-Stars will head to the Kannapolis Intimidators stadium on July 14-16 to participate in the Southern Collegiate Prospect Showcase. The SCBL will be joined by the Florida, Sun Belt, Cal Ripken, and Valley collegiate leagues.

Each league will send an all-star team to participate in a pro-style workout on Friday night. Then, each team will play in a round-robin style tournament on Saturday and Sunday. A dozen scouts will be in attendance throughout the weekend to see some of the best college players in the country.

Here is the schedule for the weekend:

 

Southeastern Collegiate Prospect Showcase

Kannapolis Intimidators Stadium

2888 Moose Rd, Kannapolis, NC 28083

 

Friday, July 14

 

4:00 – 7:00 Pro-style workout (Southern, Valley, Florida)

7:30 – 9:00 BBQ welcome dinner at the field

 

Saturday, July 15

 

1:00 Valley vs. Southern (Game 1)

4:00 Florida vs. Sunbelt (Game 2)

7:00 Ripken vs. Winner of Game 1 (Game 3)

 

Sunday, July 16

 

10:00 Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2

1:00 Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 3

4:00 Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 1 

 

Here are your SCBL All-Stars:

Dupree Hart College of Charleston Rock Hill, SC
Tommy Bullock UNC Charlotte Cornelius, NC
Chris Clary Gardner-Webb Gaffney, SC
Seth Johnson Louisburg College Concord, NC
Jarratt Mobley UNC Pembroke Tarboro, NC
Shane Faulk North Carolina A&T Myrtle Beach, SC
Sean Acevedo Florida International Miami, FL
Joe Campagna Slippery Rock Beaver Falls, PA
Jake Pritchard Lenoir-Rhyne Salisbury, NC
Christopher Blair Millersville Cheltenham, MD
River Ryan UNC Pembroke Huntersville, NC
Cooper Devine Undecided Mint Hill, NC
Alex Rodriguez Wingate Kannapolis, NC
Philip Perry UNC Charlotte Concord, NC
Zach English LaGrange College Oakwood, GA
Ryan Flores Lander Garner, NC
Cory Conway Morehead State Noblesville, IN
Kerry Carpenter St. Johns River Eustis, FL
Austin Parsley St. Johns River Charlotte, NC
Zach Blankenship St. Johns River Fleming Island, FL
Grant Byers Wofford Shelby, NC
Aaron Pilkington Pitt CC Charlotte, NC
Cody Littlejohn Tennessee Tech Decatur, AL
Josh Baker Morehead State Clarksburg, WV
Kitt Capell Western Carolina Prosperity, SC
Drake Durham Florence-Darlington Matthews, NC
Dom Cammarata UNC Charlotte Asheville, NC
Thomas Lavin Erskine College Kings Mountain, NC
Isaac Rodgers Erskine College Rock Hill, SC
David Graves Catawba Valley CC Waxhaw, NC
Roury Glanton Georgia Southern Carrollton, GA

 

SBA Bones 2016 Playoff Champions

SCBL Begins Its 19th Season

The Southern Collegiate Baseball League kicks off its nineteenth season this Wednesday, May 31st. Each team’s roster is full of great college baseball talent from all around the country. This year’s schedule is similar to past years, where each team will play two nine inning week-day games on Monday’s and Wednesdays, beginning at 7:00pm, and seven inning double-headers on Fridays and Saturdays, beginning at 5:00pm.

Each team has a 40-game schedule to be fit into nine weeks, with a double elimination playoff the final week of July.

 

Here are the home fields for each team:

Carolina Vipers – Charlotte Latin

Charlotte Galaxy – Butler High School

Concord Athletics – Concord High School

Lake Norman Copperheads – Hough High School

Piedmont Pride – York High School

SBA Bones – Charlotte Christian

 

A highlight of this season will be the Southern Collegiate Showcase event, where all-star teams from the SCBL, Virginia, Cal Ripken, Sunbelt and Florida leagues will compete in a weekend event at the Kannapolis Intimidators stadium July 15 – 16. Here you will see some of the best baseball talent in the Southeast.

 

 

 

 

Southern Collegiate Baseball League Purpose Statement

 

Our purpose is to provide aspiring college baseball players the opportunity to improve their abilities through a summer of wooden bat play against top-notch competition.

 

“If we have a player make it to the major leagues, we have done well.  If every player has a positive experience in our league, we have succeeded!”

H. William (Bill) Capps, II

Chairman, SCBL

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