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The Patterson 8U All-Stars dropped their first pool play game at the Cal Ripken Invitational World Series 16-0 in five innings to West Raleigh All-Stars in Jensen Beach, Florida, Tuesday. Patterson will play two games Wednesday, meeting the Fern Creek All-Stars and the Fort Caroline Venom. Above, Patterson's Glenn "Trey" Rochel III runs down the line to beat a throw to first during state tournament play. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson falls in pool play

The Patterson 8U All-Stars dropped their first pool play game at the Cal Ripken Invitational World Series Tuesday, falling to West Raleigh All-Stars 16-0 in five innings in Jensen Beach, Florida.

The Patterson 8U All-Stars are participating in the Cal Ripken Invitational World Series in Jensen Beach, Florida, this week. Patterson opened pool play Tuesday when it met the West Raleigh All-Stars. Pool play will continue Wednesday and Thursday before double-elimination bracket play commences Friday. The World Series and Ironman bracket champions will be crowned Sunday. Team members are, kneeling from left, Glenn “Trey” Rochel III, Kohen Bonin, Zack Sons, Brody Swisher and Tate Mouton. On the middle row are Jayden Hillebrandt, Kane Chassion, Luke Domingue, Brilyn Johnson, Carlon “Deuce” Butler, Traye Richardson-Dinger and Hayden Walker. On the back row are assistant coach Locky Bonin, head coach Mike Dinger and assistant coaches Glenn Rochel and Benji Sons. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Ashley Dinger)

Patterson 8U All-Stars competing in Cal Ripken Invitational World Series

The Patterson 8U All-Stars began play in the Cal Ripken Invitational World Series in Jensen Beach, Florida, Tuesday.

The Patterson 12U All-Star softball team won its second straight Babe Ruth World Series title Saturday in Jensen Beach, Florida. Patterson defeated Kentucky-based Jeffersontown All-Stars 3-2 via a walk-off single by Amaya Williams in the bottom of the sixth inning. Team members are, kneeling from left, Maddi St. Blanc, Emily Lipari, Kyla Samuels, Ella Hover, Hannah Domingue and Rylie Chaisson. On the middle row are Kamille Lightfoot, Layla Richoux, Charlotte Callais, Bryleigh DeHart, Laila Dugar and Williams. On the back row are assistant coaches Ronald Dugar, Jonathon Lightfoot, Jeremy Callais, Jeff Lipari and head coach Harris DeHart.
—Kimberly DeHart photo

Twice as nice! Patterson wins 2nd straight national title

The Patterson 12-year-old All-Stars won their second-straight Babe Ruth Softball World Series title in dramatic fashion Saturday in Jensen Beach, Florida, as Amaya Williams drove in Hannah Domingue

Patterson 12U All-Star Ella Hover celebrates a double during one of Thursday's bracket play contests at the Babe Ruth World Series in Jensen Beach, Florida. Hover led Patterson's offense in its two wins as she combined to go 5-for-7 with three doubles, a triple, seven RBIs, a stolen base and four runs. Patterson, the defending 12U World Series champs, defeated Missouri-based Boonville All- Stars 12-1 and Virginia-based Rockville All-Stars 14-0 Thursday. Patterson will continue postseason play Friday when it meets Kentucky-based Jeffersontown at noon. The winner advances to the world series final Saturday at 3 p.m. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kimberly DeHart)

Patterson rolls into Babe Ruth 12U semifinals

The Patterson 12U All-Stars bounced back from its first loss in Babe Ruth play this year with two dominant victories Thursday to advance to Friday’s 12U World Series semifinals.

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