Rayne All-Stars continue tournament play
RAYNE BOYS PINTO FROG SOX RUNNERS-UP - Members of the Rayne Boys Pinto Frog Sox baseball team comprised of all-star members of the 2014 Rayne Recreation summer league were awarded the runner-up banner during their Super Regionals held over the weekend in Youngsville, qualifying for their Zone Tournament for the 8-and-Under World Series next week in Schertz, Texas near San Antonio. Team members and coaches are, kneeling from left, Hudson Hollier, Parker Faust, Dylan Judice, Grant Simon; standing, Anthony Martin, Kainon Suiter, John David Dupont, Caiden Meche, John Ronkartz, Noah Meche, Brantley Habetz, Wayland Jude Meche; back row, coaches Randy Judice, Jonathon Hebert, Jonathan Habetz, Coy Guidry and Brian Ronkartz.
By Lisa Soileaux
A number of Rayne boy’s all-star teams participated in super regional tournaments over the weekend as post-season action continues.
The boy’s Pinto Frog Sox traveled to their Super Regional Tournament in Youngsvville over the weekend. They were awarded the runner-up banner Monday evening, qualifying for next week’s Zone Tournament for the 8-and-under World Series in Schetz, Texas near San Antonio.
Both boy’s mustang league all-star teams traveled to Erath for their Super Regional Tournament over the weekend and into the beginning of the week due to weather conditions.
The Outlaws, with a weather delay earlier in the week, were scheduled to meet the hosting team in the finals Wednesday evening. With a win, the Outlaws will attend their South Zone Tournament next week in Burleson, Texas.
The Shockers fell short in two games and were awarded medals for their participation.
The Bronco Rivals All-Stars also traveled to Youngsville for their Super Regional Tournament. They placed third overall, but with a withdrawal of the second place team, the Rivals qualified for continued play next week in their South Zone Tournament in Burleson, Texas.
The Rayne Girls Pinto League Gators, the lone girls’ team still in action, are now preparing for their Zone National Tournament slated the last week in July in Youngsville.