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Cheetah Super 12 Summer Invitational
The Cheetah Super 12 Summer Invitational is SOLD OUT and the participating teams have been announced. The tournment takes place June 13-15 at Allentown High School, Allentown, NJ. For more information, see the Tournament Website.
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16U Cheetahs Champions of the EHT Softball Ovarian Cancer Benefit Tournament
Coach Shannon Bailey (right) poses with the 16U Cheetahs after being crowned Champions of the 2013 EHT Softball Ovarian Cancer Benefit Tournament in Egg Harbor, NJ.
See the feature article in the January 2014 issue of the Millstone Times
New Jersey Cheetahs Are Making Their Mark
The NJ Cheetahs had a strong summer and folks are taking notice. Earlier this month, the two 18U teams traveled out to Colorado to participate in the Colorado Fireworks Showcase. Known as one of the marquee showcase events of the year, the Fireworks Showcase featured 128 of the top 18U teams in the country with 100's of college coaches and recruiters. Our Premier team finished 13th in the 18U open bracket with a record of 7-2.
The 18U teams then traveled to Binghamton, NY for the STOP-DWI Tournament of Champions; another one of the major recruiting tournaments of the year, drawning teams from Michigan, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, New York, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Virginia, Connecticut, Washiongton, New Hampshire and Canada. Our Premier team went 4-0 in the tournament winning their bracket and earning the title of co-champions!
We finished up the season in Huntington Beach California at the PGF National Championships. The Cheetahs, competing in the Platinum bracket, had an excellent run, winning two games on Saturday, going 1-1 on Sunday, and winning Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. By Thursday morning, the Cheetahs were 1 win away from playing in the quarter finals. The NJ Cheetahs finished 17th in the country!