2014 SEAA 16U Division Champions
Lady Rebels of Obion County
SEAA YOUTH WORLD SERIES 16U CHAMPS - Last weekend in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the Lady Rebels softball team claimed the SEAA Youth World Series 16U Championship. Members of the team include: (front row, l to r) Macy Muirhead, Jordan Albright, Robin Lewis, Mollie Johnson, Dara McDaniel, and Anna Bright; (second row, l to r) Mari-Hanna Short, Jenna Smith, Megan Winchester, Audrey Myers, and Madison Ellis; (third row, l to r) Head Coach Tommy Victory, Macey Cox, Sheridan Bugg, Hannah Cavness, Olivia Matherly, Madison Winchester, Lynsey Berner and Coach William Eaves; and (back row, l to r) coaches Clay York and Troy Boucher.
The Lady Rebels of Obion County, Tennessee, traveled to Pigeon Forge, July 18-July 20 to participate in the SEAA Youth World Series. Head Coach Tommy Victory and assistant coaches William Eaves, Troy Boucher and Clay York and a team of 17 players played two games on Friday, July 18 in the rain, which at times, was coming down pretty heavily.
Macey Cox, a sophomore, was on the mound for the Lady Rebels, facing the Outcast Fastpitch. The outstanding pitching from Cox, combined with a strong defense earned the victory for the Lady Rebels.
Offensively, the Lady Rebels couldn't be stopped, as they racked up 11 runs in the opening game of the tournament for the girls dressed in all black.
After a rain delay, the Lady Rebels were back on the field, with junior Robin Lewis, at the helm. Their opponent, the Indian Mojo, won their first game 4 to 1.
The first two innings saw the teams evenly matched as each made defensive plays when needed to keep the game scoreless.
The Lady Rebels came through again at the plate, winning the contest 5-1. Sending them back to their hotel in great shape for Saturday's contests.
Unfortunately, the rain didn't let up and the Lady Rebels, who waited patiently for two days to return to the diamond, won the 16U championship, giving up only one run in their two games.