The Thundercat Winter Formal registration is now closed. The night promises to be a great evening celebrating our club. The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:00-615pm - Guest arrival
6:15-7:00pm - Board of Director opening remarks and Coach introductions
7:00-8:00pm - Dinner
8:00-8:30pm - Guest Speaker
8:30-8:45pm - Raffle Drawing
8:45-9:00 - #CatPride Award presentation
9:00-10:00pm - Social
There will be a cash bar throughout the evening, along with a silent auction. Dress for the evening is Cocktail Attire (A casual suit or pressed pants, shirt & tie for men and dress, skirt or suit for women)
Families should have received the uniform ordering process email today. The email outlines the process and should clarify any questions you may have. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Kyle or Brett.
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Thank you to all the families who came to our Demo Days and Open House. If you have any questions regarding the evening, please contact Kyle or Brett.
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We have our 2015 Demo Day and Facility Expansion Grand Opening scheduled for Wednesday, 11/12, from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Throughout the night, this will be your opportunity to have players fitted for uniforms and visit with some of our vendors. Please mark your calendars to visit us then.
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Thank you to everyone that ordered. More order information to come.
Brooks Graff and BG4 Baseball has announced small group off season baseball training opportunities for pitchers, catchers and hitters held at our facility. Please visit http://www.baseballbg4.com/ and go to the "TCat Offseason Training" page to view the session description and to register. Limited spots are available
Over the past two weeks, over (300) players have attended one of our tryout sessions. We appreciate your patience as we consider each player. Players attending our U14-U16 showcase should have each received their individual workout scores for their records...Final roster decisions will be made soon.
For the first time in the short two year history of our fastpitch program, both teams brought home championships in the same weekend.
The U10 girls went 5-1 on the weekend and finished as the 2014 ASA WI Class A State Champions. The girls dropped their opener in extra innings to the Beloit Rage (5-3) before going on a 5 game run knocking off the Thunder, Waukesha Blazers, WI Bandits, Beloit Rage (Semis) and the WI Bandits again in the championship game to claim the title of State Champs
The U12 girls finished their weekend at 4-0 and as the East Madison Summer Smash Champs rolling through the field by a combined score of 54-7. The weekend was highlighted by Jordyn Pipkin tossing two complete game shutouts, Clairie Peachey gunning (5) runners on attempted steals from behind the plate, and homeruns by Melanie Renforth, Grace McMahon and Jordyn Pipkin (2)
The program combined for an 18-1 record this past weekend at (4) age levels with the U10 boys, U11 boys and U13 boys all winning USSSA State Championships at their respective age levels and the U10 girls bringing home the clubs first NAFA Nationals qualification. Congratualtions to our athletes and coaches on their accomplishments. Winning is not a focus but a result of effort, attitude, fundamentals and teamwork...CAT PRIDE!!!
The U8 T Cats enjoyed a triumphant Memorial weekend in Iowa/Illinois. The young Tcats played their hearts out to take the championship with a 4-1 record.
The T Cats challenged the Rock Island Jrs in game 1. The boys pitching virtually shut down the opponents bats. No hits were allowed to go with 13 strike outs by Gabe Reyes and Kaleb Pagel combined. The bats were on fire, with Pagel, Mitchell, Wambach, Wagner and Morrison all going 2 for 3. Final score after 5 innings, 9-1.
Game 2, the T Cats faced the Heat. Carter Morrison led the pitching crew only allowing three runs with seven strikeouts. Casey Wambach and Teddy Wagner both went 3 for 3 to lead the Cats to a 7-3 win in 4 innings.
Game 3 against Westchester was a pitchers' battle. On the mound was Tyler Frederick and Casey Wambach. The game went nine innings long with a final score of 2-1. The boys scored in the top of the ninth and held Westchester in the bottom to take the victory. Thundercats big hitters were Max Mitchell and Kaleb Pagel.
Unfortunately, game 4 turned out to be too much for the tired Cats. They faced the Warriors. The Warriors pitcher held the Tcats to only three runs. Final score 3-13 after four innings. Highlight was two doubles by Teddy Wagner!
Day three brought warmer weather and and some well rested Thundercats. Good thing they were rested. Game 5 the boys faced the Rock Island Jrs again. A pitchers' battle ensued. Seven innings later the young Tcats were tied 3-3. With Casey Wambach at the mound the Cats went three up three down. Bottom of the seventh Cooper Mlsna gets to first on an error. Jonathan Sampo fakes a bunt drawing clear confusion for the Jr Rocks. This allows Mlsna to steal second and third. Sampo closes the deal with a base hit up the middle allowing Mlsna to score. Thundercats win 4-3!