10U Jorgensen first baseman Aliyah Rogers gets the tag on the Extreme batter Saturday at Clinton Lake Softball Compex.
12U Ramler catcher Alex Hill secures the high pitch during Round 1 of bracket play Sunday in the Phenix Spring Fling, Phenix-Ramler gave up an early lead to fall 5-4 to the Paola Fireballs.
KC Slammers pitcher Mo O'Connor lets the ball fly towards home plate. The Slammers fell to Phenix, 5-0, Saturday at Clinton Sports Complex.
Marly Carmona, front, and Kaitlin Jorgensen warmup their swing before the start of the second inning. Phenix-Jorgensen went 1-3 in the tournament, but despite the losing record Coach Dane Jorgensen was happy about the team's progress in their first tournament of the season.
12U Phenix Ramler Madeline Brungardt, right, slides safely into second base Saturday at Clinton Lake Sports Complex. Phenix Ramler lost to the Heartbreakers 12-3 in the first game of pool play of the Phenix Spring Fling Tournament.
Ramler Courtney Parker gets the tag at third base for the second out of the inning against the Fireballs on Sunday at Youth Sports Inc. On the weekend the Phenix team won one of four in their first tournament of the season.
Second baseman Marly Carmona runs to first base after connecting for the ground ball. Jorgensen went 1-1 with the Extreme Saturday at Clinton Lake Sports Complex.
12U Phenix Waite Morgan Drinnon slides safely into third base as Lawrence Electricity player Megan Engleman can't get the tag in time Sunday at Youth Sports Inc. Phenix Waite won the game 4-1 to advance to the semifinals of the Phenix Spring Fling Tournament. In the semifinals Waite lost 6-3 to the Outlaws.
The 10U Kansas City Extreme took first place in the 10U division by having the best record based on Saturday's games.
Lawrence Electricity catcher Amanda Mehl misses the tag as Phenix Waite runner Madison Brumley gets her leg under touching home plate. Waite won the 12U Round 1 matchup of two local teams Sunday at Youth Sports Inc. 4-1 to advance to the semifinals of the Phenix Spring Fling.
10U Jorgensen pitcher Lindsay Kelly throws a pitch against the Extreme Saturday at Clinton Lake Sports Complex. The Extreme won the contest 8-5.
10U Phenix Jorgensen play Saturday in the Phenix Spring Fling at Ãlinton Lake Softball Complex.
Finucane pitcher Kylee Mader hurls the ball in the third inning of the 14U championship game of the Phenix Spring Fling Tournament. Phenix Finucane took second Sunday, falling to the Wizards 14-6.
Finucane Allison Hoover scoops up the ground ball Sunday during the championship game of the 14U division.
12U Waite outfielder Cassie Morrison looks to grab the pop fly Sunday in Round 1 of bracket play in the Phenix Spring Fling.
The Heartbreakers pose with their second place medals in the 12U division of the Phenix Spring Fling tournament.
Electricity first baseman Hannah Whipple tags out Phenix Waite runner Brooke Redmond as she runs to first base. Waite built an early lead the Electricity could not overcome as Waite advanced to the semifinals of the tournament.
10U Marly Carmona swings the bat against the Extreme during Phenix Jorgenson's third game of the Phenix Spring Fling.
A player stands at the plate Saturday in the Phenix Spring Fling Tournament.
10U Phenix Jorgensen cheer from the dugout during their game against the Extreme on Saturday.
The Outlaws pose after winning the 12U division of the Phenix Spring Fling.
Phenix pitcher Anna Mages hurls the ball towards home midway through the game. Mages pitched a shutout as Phenix-Finucane defeated the KC Slammers 5-0 Saturday at Clinton Sports Complex.
Finucane pitcher Kaylee Mader connects with the ball for a single in the 14U championship game. Mader and the 14U Phenix Finucane took second in the Phenix Spring Fling on Sunday at Youth Sports Inc.
Waite Kelsey Broadwell turns the double play after catching the fly ball Sunday in Round 1 of bracket play of the Phenix Spring Fling.
10U firstbaseman Aliyah Rogers runs through the Extreme's first baseman Saturday at Clinton Lake Softball Complex. Rogers beat the ball and eventually came around the bases to score. In the bottom of the fourth inning Rogers hit a triple and scored for her team's fifth run of the game. Phenix Jorgensen fell to the Extreme, 8-5, but came back to beat them in their second game of the double header, 9-0. On the weekend the team went 1-3 in their first tournament of the season.
The 14U Phenix Finucane pose after taking second in their division of the Phenix Spring Fling.