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SBA Bones Champions

SCBL Title Goes to SBA Bones

The SBA Bones won a hard fought battle in a three game series with the Piedmont Pride to take home the SCBL championship for the second year in a row. It was a terrific matchup between the top two teams in the league.

The first game was an 11 inning affair taken by the Bones 5-3. The winning pitcher was Isaac Rodgers, with a save from David Pattinson. The offense was paced by Chance Bowden (double and triple), and James Reemsnyder (double and home run). Chandler Redmond homered for the Pride.

Game two went to the Pride thanks to a six-run ninth inning. The Pride scored in the ninth on a three-run single by Sam Sustersic, a solo home run by Derek Horton and a solo homer by Mickey Dugan. Horton racked up four RBI on one hit for the Pride. Carson White collected two extra base hits, doubling in the second and homering in the sixth. Andrew Corbitt was the winning pitcher, allowing one run over 3 2/3 innings.

Game three was another tight, extra-inning game going to the Bones in 10 innings 6-5 for the championship. Malachi Hanes led the Bones offense with a double and three RBI. The winning pitcher for the Bones was David Pattinson. Jason Goe started for the Pride and went 5 complete, giving up only one run. 


Sunbelt League Set to Host 4th Annual Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase

Lawrenceville, Ga - The Sunbelt League will host the 2016 Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase Saturday and Sunday at Georgia Gwinnett College.  The Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase expands for 2016 as the Sunbelt League and the Florida Summer Collegiate League welcome in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League for the first time.

The two day event begins on Saturday July 16th with a pro-style workout for the players from the three leagues to showcase their talents for MLB Scouts and college recruiters beginning at 5 PM.  Following the showcase, the Southern Collegiate League and the Sunbelt League will square off in the first of three games on the weekend.  The best in the Southern League and the Sunbelt League All-Stars will meet up at 8:05 PM Saturday. 

Day two will see two all-star contests.  The day gets kicked off with the Southern Collegiate Baseball League going against the Florida Collegiate Summer League at 12:05 pm.  About an hour after the conclusion of game 1 on the day, the Florida Collegiate Summer League will face off with the Sunbelt League for the 4th consecutive year. 

In the prior three years of the Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase, the Florida League and Sunbelt League squared off for the one day event.  Each team has one victory in the series along with a tie coming in 2014.  The past three years have alternated the sites for the event with the inaugural game taking place in DeLand, Fla.  2014 had the Florida League cruising north up I-75 to play at Georgia Gwinnett, and finishing up last season at Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium in Sanford, Fla.

Fans can hear every game of the event across the Sunbelt League Radio Network, and can be found online at  The three leagues will join together to conduct a single broadcast per each game. 

The Sunbelt Summer Baseball League has been providing premier summer baseball for the Southeast since 2005.  For everything around the Sunbelt League go online to for news, scores, broadcast information, and much more and on Facebook and Twitter @sunbeltbaseball.

SCBL All-Stars to compete in Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase

The SCBL all-star team will be competing against all-star teams from the Sun Belt Collegiate Conference and the Florida Collegiate Summer League this weekend at Gwinnett Community College. This is the inaugural event between these leagues that will take place for the coming seasons.

Here are the SCBL all-stars that will be competing this weekend:

Pitchers SCBL Team College Hometown
David Dunlavey Concord Weavers Wofford College Spartanburg, SC
Andrew Vaccacio SBA Bones St. John's River Orlando, FL
Jason Goe Piedmont Pride Morehead State Dry Ridge, KY
Tyler Henry Carolina Vipers Dayton Univ. Middletown, OH
David Pattinson SBA Bones St. John's River Charlotte, NC
Willis Dobison Piedmont Pride Limestone College Walterboro, SC
Kyle Kadlub Concord Weavers N. Greenville Univ. Jacksonville, FL
Austin Wynn Carolina Vipers UNC-Charlotte Charlotte, NC
Eric Whitecavage Lake Norman Copperheads UNC - Asheville Weddington, NC
Connor Pate Piedmont Pride Francis Marion McColl, SC
Gage Hinson SBA Bones Spartanburg Methodist Lancaster, SC
Alec Mueller Carolina Vipers Univ. of Dayton Dayton, OH
James Reemsnyder SBA Bones St. John's River Jacksonville Beach, FL
Bailey Montoya Piedmont Pride Univ. of Dayton Farmersville, OH
First Base      
Chandler Redmond Piedmont Pride Gardner-Webb Middletown, MD
Pierce Suttles Lake Norman Copperheads Western Carolina Cornelius, NC
Middle Infield      
Tommy Bullock Carolina Vipers Pitt Community College Cornelius, NC
Jeremy Simpson Concord Weavers Catawba College Cleveland, NC
Nick Owens SBA Bones St. John's River Charlotte, NC
Jonathan Embry Piedmont Pride Libery Univ. Louisville, KY
Third Base      
Eric Jones SBA Bones Davidson College Charlotte, NC
Caleb Robinson Piedmont Pride Western Carolina McLeansville, NC
Cameron Hudson-Marshall Team Charlotte Davidson College
Craig McLane Carolina Vipers William & Mary Glen Allen, VA
Malachi Hanes SBA Bones Catawba College Mint Hill, NC
Ryan Addington Lake Norman Copperheads Carson-Newman Col. Cincinnati, OH
Chandler Jenkins Concord Weavers Cartawba Valley CC Lincolnton, NC
Derek Horton Piedmont Pride Liberty Univ. Forest, VA

Piedmont Pride ranked 35 among summer league teams

This week's collegiate summer leauge team rankings has our very own Peidmont Pride sitting at number 35.

See the full list here

Congratulations to the Pride!

SCBL Draft Picks


The SCBL had four players get picked in the MLB draft over the weekend.

Alex Bostic from the Bones went in the 10th round by the Giants. Zach Featherstone from Team Charlotte was chosen in the 12th round by the Twins. Clay Middleton from last year's Vipers team went to the Rangers in the 22nd round. Ryan Ryder of the SBA Bones went in the 30th round to the Indians. 

Congratulations to these guys!


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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