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2003 Tournament Schedule


Date Tournament Location Park Tournament/Overall Record  
April 6 Scrimmage New Franklin, MO City Park Cancelled
April 11-13 AFA Qualifier Higginsville, MO Fairground Park 5-1 Champions, 5-1
April 19-20 OFF - Easter OFF OFF OFF
April 26-27 ASA Tournament Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 4-0 Champions, 9-1
May 3-4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 10-11 OFF - Fundraiser OFF OFF OFF
May 17-18 ASA Tournament Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 5-0 Champions, 14-1
May 23-26 AFA Memorial Day Blue Springs, MO Hidden Valley 7-0 Champions, 21-1
May 30-June 1 FAST Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 6-1 Champions, 27-2
June 7-8 ASA Tournament Olathe, KS OGSC 5-1 Champions, 32-3
June 14-15 ASA Tournament Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 5-2 2nd Place, 37-5
June 20-22 AFA Tournament Basehor,KS Field of Dreams 3-0 Champions, 40-5
June 28-29 ASA State Tournament Farmington, MO City Park 5-0 ASA State Champs, 45-5
July 5-6 AFA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 5-2, Champions, 50-7
July 11-13 ASA Regionals Hastings,Nebraska Nebraska Softball Complex 4-2 4th place, 54-9
July 19-20 Open Date _ _ __________
July 21-July 27 AFA "A" Nationals Decatur, IL AFA 3rd Place 8-3, 62-12







Sunday, July 27
Wildcats 3rd in AFA National

The Diamond Wildcats placed 3rd in the American Fastpitch Association National Tournament held in Decatur, Illinois the week of July 21-July 27. The Wildcats won the Green bracket after defeating a great Oklahoma Mavericks team two times, 1-0 in 14 innings and 3-2 in seven innings. The Wildcats opened the AFA National with a 2-1 record in pool games which earned them a number 2 pool seeding. Game by game results:

Lost to the Illinois Windmills 9-2. Kendra Propst had two hits.

Defeated the Nebraska Hotshots 11-2. Lauren Delaney hurled a two hitter with 6 Ks to take the win. Brooke Kempker, Kari Heimericks, Emily Haug, Lauren Delaney, Megan Struemph, and Propst each had two hits.

Defeated the Tennessee Red Devils 7-4. Delaney picked up the win for the Wildcats. Propst and Delaney each had three hits while Heimericks and Haug each had two hits.

The Wildcats were placed in the Green bracket for the double elimination tournament. The game by game results are:

Defeated the Illinois CIGS Sudden Impact 6-0. Delaney hurled a no hitter with 11 Ks to pickup the win. Delaney had three hits while Tara Schulte and Haug each had two hits.

Defeated the Illinois Milan Aces Gold 2-1. Delaney hurled a two hitter with 13 Ks to pickup the win. Kempker had three hits while Haug had two hits. The Wildcats scored two in the 7th to steal the victory. Jena Strobel and Kempker each singled to open the inning. With one out Heimericks walked to load the bases.   Haug singled drive in the tying run then Stuemph singled to drive home the game winner.

Defeated the Oklahoma Mavericks 1-0 in a 14 inning thriller. Delaney hurled a perfect game through 12 innings before allowing 1 hit in 13th. She finished with a 1 hitter with 22 Ks. The Wildcats scored the games only run in the 14th. The Wildcats loaded the bases on consecutive hits by Propst, Heimericks, and Emily Haug. Jayme Sommerer then singled to bring home the game winner.   

Defeated the Illinois Milan Express 6-1. Delaney hurled a 2 hitter with 8 Ks to pickup the win. Delaney had three hits while Propst and Haug each had two hits.

Defeated the Oklahoma Mavericks 3-2 in the championship of the Green Bracket. Delaney hurled a 3 hitter to pickup the win. Kempker had two hits. The Wildcats scored the winning run in the 7th on a hit by Megan Struemph, a wild pitch, and a two out hit by Lindsey Trinklein.

The Wildcats and three other bracket winners met on Sunday to decide the AFA 16U “A” National Champion. The Wildcats opened with a 3-2 lost to the Nebraska Hotshots. Kempker and Heimericks each had two hits. In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Lightning 5-3. Delaney hurled a 5 hitter to pickup the win. Jayme Sommerer and Kempker each had three hits while Delaney had two hits. The Nebraska Hotshots defeated the Wildcats to finish their 2003 touranment. The Wildcats record improved to 62-12 on the season. The Wildcats won 9 of 10 tournaments regular season tournaments. In their post season, the Wildcats placed 4th in the ASA 16U “A” Mid America Regional along with their 3rd place finish in the American Fastpitch Association 16U “A” National Tournament.

 



Diamond Wildcats place 4th at ASA Regionals

Hasting, NE - The 16U Diamond Wildcats went 4-2 to place 4th in the ASA 16U “A” Midwest Regional. The Wildcats received a first round bye based on their Missouri ASA State Championship title. Game by game results:

Defeated Nebraska Hummers 8-1. Brooke Kempker hurled a four hitter to take the win. Kari Heimericks hit three home runs with five RBIs while Kempker had two hits.

Lost to the KC Classics 2-0. Emily Haug and Tara Schulte had two hits to lead the Wildcats.

Defeated the Lathrop Blue Angels 5-0. Delaney hurled a one hitter with 15 Ks to take the win. Kari Heimericks had a home run with two RBIs while Kendra Propst, Lauren Delaney, Megan Struemph, and Kempker each had two hits.

Defeated the Nebraska Sensations 2-1. Delaney took the win. Heimericks had two hits and the game winning home run for the Wildcats while Delaney tripled home the tying run in the second inning.

Defeated the St Peters Royals 1-0 in nine innings. Delaney hurled a three hitter to take the win. Emily Haug, Tara Schulte, Delaney, and Heimericks each had one hit with Haug’s being the game winner in the 9th inning.

Lost to the Nebraska Hotshots 2-0. Megan Struemph, Jena Stroble, Kempker, Delaney, and Heimericks each had one hit.

The Wildcats improve to 54-9 on the season. The Wildcats travel to Decatur, Il the week of July 21-27 to take part in the AFA 16U “A” National Tournament.
 



Wildcats win 18U Columbia Shootout Tournament

 

The Diamond Wildcats won the three straight games on Sunday to take the Columbia Shootout 18U Tournament. The Wildcats went 5-2 on the weekend and moved their overall record to 50-7. The Wildcats have won 9 of 10 touraments and placed second in the other tournament.

In pool play,

Defeated JC Heat 10-0. Brooke Kempker hurled a one hitter to take the win. Kempker had three hits including a homer. Kari Heimericks had three hits while Lauren Delaney and Lindsey Trinklein each had two hits.

Lost 1-0 to the Missouri Rattlers. Jayme Sommerer and Kendra Propst each had one hit.

Defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 2-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a four hitter with 12 Ks to take the win. Megan Struemph and Emily Haug each had one hit.

Lost 3-1 to the Missouri Renegades. Jena Stroble, Emily Haug, and Brooke Kempker each had a hit.

In the single elimination,

The Wildcats defeated the Ozark Fury 4-0. Brooke Kempker hurled a one hitter with 11 Ks to take the win. Kari Heimericks tripled with two RBIs to lead the Wildcats.

In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Illinois Comets 7-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a 3 hitter with 9 Ks to take the win. Brooke Kempker and Jayme Sommerer had two hits while Kari Heimericks homered.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 5-4. Lauren Delaney hurled a four hitter with 12 Ks to take the win. Emily Haug had three hits while Lauren Delaney and Brooke Kempker added two hits.

 



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Diamond Wildcats Missouri ASA State Champions
The Diamond Wildcats won five consecutive games to claim the 2003 16U "A" Missouri State Championship. The tournament championship is the 8th tournament win of the season and qualified the Wildcats for the ASA Nationals in Midland, Texas. The Wildcats improve to 45-5 on the season.

In their first game the Wildcats defeated Hanibal Cyclones 8-0. Lauren Delaney worked the first 2 innings to pickup the win while Brooke Kempker worked the final 3 innings. Megan Struemph and Tara Schulte each had two hits while Kari Heimericks tripled and had 3 RBIs.

In the next game, the Wildcats defeated the Tipton Law Tigers 5-2.
Lauren Delaney allowed 2 hits while notching the win with 11 Ks. Kendra Propst, Megan Struemph, Kari Heimericks, and Jena Strobel each had a hit with Strobels earning 3 RBIs.

In the next game, the Wildcats defeated the Joplin Crusaders 5-1. Brooke Kempker worked the first 3 innings. Lauren Delaney worked the final 3 innings to pickup the win. Kari Heimericks, Megan Struemph, and Jena Strobel each had two hits.

In the winners bracket final, the Wildcats defeated the Webb City Lady Sharks 7-0. Lauren Delaney allowed 1 hit in taking the win with 17 Ks. Kari Heimericks had three hits including a home run while Kendra Propst, Jayme Sommerer, and Lauren Delaney had two hits.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated a outstanding Kearney Lookouts team 4-0. Brooke Kempker worked the first 3 innings while Lauren Delaney worked the final 4 innings to pickup the win. Brooke Kempker had a double a 2 RBIs while Emily Haug added a single a 2 RBIs.

Congratulations to the Kearney Lookouts, Webb City Lady Sharks, and the Trojanettes Maitland on their tournament performances.

Note: Check for additional photos under Photo Albums, 2003 Missouri State Champions.

 



Wildcats Champs in Rain shortened tourney

Basehor, KS – The Diamond Wildcats posted 3 wins in pool games before the rains came on Sunday to cancel the tournament. Based upon runs allowed, the Wildcats were awarded first place. In their first game the Wildcats defeated the Leavenworth Twisters 5-2. Brooke Kempker hurled a 4 hitter to take the win. Tara Schulte, Kari Heimericks, and Kempker each had two hits.

In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the KC Bombers 10-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a no-hitter with 9 Ks to the win. Brooke Kempker had three hits while Megan Struemph, Jayne Sommerer, Kendra Propst , and Heimericks each had two hits.

In their final game, the Wildcats defeated the Lenexa Saints 11-0. Brooke Kempker hurled a no-hitter to take the win.    Jena Strobel, Delaney, and Kempker each had two hits.

The Wildcats have won 7 of 8 tournaments (2nd in other tournament) and improve to 40-5 on the season. They will play in the ASA State Tournament in Farmington, MO next weekend.

 



Wildcats finish 2nd in Columbia Challenge

Columbia, MO – The 16U The Diamond Wildcats went 5-2 to take second in the Columbia Challenge Softball Tournament held over the weekend. The Wildcats improved their overall record to 37-5. Game by game results:

2-1 loss to a tough Kearney Lookouts. Lauren Delaney had two hits for the Wildcats.

4-0 hard fought win over Hannibal O’Donnells. Lauren Delaney hurled a 2 hitter with 8 K’s to take the win.   Kari Heimericks and Lindsey Trinklein each had two hits.

6-1 win over the St Louis Extreme. Brooke Kempker took the win while Delaney earned a save. Kendra Propst had three hits while Kempker and Heimericks each had two hits which included a home run for Heimericks.

In the single elimination bracket, the Wildcats played four consecutive game, with 9 players, before losing to the St Louis Sluggers 3-2.

The Wildcats won 9-2 over the Sizzlers.   Kempker took the win while allowing four hits. Propst had three hits while Jayme Sommerer, Heimericks, and Trinklien each had each two hits.

2-1 win over a tough Missouri Pride team. Delaney hurled a 3 hitter with eleven K’s. Propst had three hits to lead the Wildcats.

10-3 win over the St Louis Angels. Kempker hurled a 6 hitter to take the win.   Kempker, Trinklein, Heimericks, and Propst each had two hits

In the championship game, the Wildcat lost 3-2 to an outstanding St Louis Sluggers. Kempker and Trinklien each had two hits. Trailing 3-0 in the bottom of the 7th the Wildcats rallied to make it 3-2 and had runners at the corners when the final out was recorded. The Wildcats record moves to 37-5 on the season.

Congratulations to the St Louis Sluggers for winning the tournament crown.

 



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Wildcats win Olathe Girls Softball Tournament

Olathe, KS – The 16U The Diamond Wildcats went 5-1 to win the Olathe Girls Softball Tournament held in Olathe, KS over the weekend. The tournament championship was the 6th consecutive for the Wildcats and moved their overall record to 32-3. In their first pool game the Wildcats lost to the Lawrence Phenix. Brooke Kempker and Tara Schulte each had 1 hit to lead the offense.

In their next game, the Wildcats won 7-2 over the KC Dynasty. Lauren Delaney hurled a 4 hitter to take the win. Kari Heimericks, Megan Struemph, Jena Stroble, and Kendra Propst each had two hits with one of Heimericks hits an “over the fence” home run.

In the final pool game, the Wildcats won 6-3 over the Joplin Crusaders. Kempker took the win. Emily Haug and Jayme Sommerer each had three hits while Brooke Kempker added two hits.

In the single elimination tournament, the Wildcats won 6-0 over the Kansas Heat Wave.   Lauren Delaney took the win while allowing no hits and striking out eight. Megan Struemph and Kendra Propst each two hits.

In the semifinals, the Wildcats defeated the KC Dynasty 5-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a 3 hitter while Brooke Kempker and Kendra Propst each had two hits.

In the championship game, the Wildcat defeated the Lenexa Saints 8-1. Brooke Kempker hurled a 3 hitter to take the win. Lindsey Trinklein, Brooke Kempker, Kendra Propst, and Kari Heimericks each had two hits.

 



Wildcats Qualify for FAST National

Diamond Wildcats win National Qualifier

Jefferson City,MO – 16U The Diamond Wildcats went 6-1 to win the FAST National Qualifier held in Jefferson City over the weekend. The tournament championship was the 5th consecutive for the Wildcats and moved their overall record to 27-2. Game by game results:

15-0 win over the Express. Lauren Delaney hurled a no-hitter while racking up 10 K’s. Kari Heimericks had three hits while Brooke Kemper, Emily Haug, Jayme Sommerer, Tara Schulte, Jena Strobel and Megan Struemph each had two hits.

2-1 loss to the Rockers-Hirt. Schulte had two hits while Jayme Sommerer homered to lead the Wildcats.

7-0 win over the Dazzlers. Kempker hurled a four-hitter to take the win. Kendra Propst had three hits while Kempker tripled to lead the Wildcats.

In the single elimination tournament, the Wildcats won 12-0 over the Crush.   Brooke Kempker took the win while allowing no hits. Kempker and Propst each had three hits with one of Kempkers being a home run. Megan Struemph and Sommerer each had two hits

8-1 win over the Rockers-Whittle. Delaney took the win while allowing 4 hits. Propst and Heimericks had three hits while Haug, Delaney, and Sommerer each had two hits.

2-1 win over the Rockers-Hirt in 8 innings. Delaney took the win, in relief, when the Wildcats plated two runs to the Rockers one in the international tie-breaker.   In the 8th inning, Schulte doubled home Sommerer and Propst singled home Schulte for the win.

In the championship game, the Wildcat defeated the St Louis Marauders 8-4. Delaney hurled a 3 hitter to take the win. Kempker, Haug, Delaney, and Schulte each had two hits.

 



Wildcats win Hidden Valley Memorial Day Tourney

Blue Springs, MO -The 16U Diamond Wildcats won seven consecutive games to take the championship of the Hidden Valley Memorial Day Tournament. The Wildcats went 3-0 in pool play to win the number 1 seed.

In their first game, the Wildcats defeated the Sedalia Chics
4-1. Brooke Kempker hurled a 3-hitter with 8 K’s to take the win. Lindsey Trinklein, Emily Haug, and Kempker each had 2 hits. In their next game the Wildcats defeated the Blue Springs Force 12-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a 1-hitter with 14 K’s to take the victory. Kari Heimericks had 3 hits while Kendra Propst, and Haug each had 2 hits to pace the Wildcats. In the final pool game, the Wildcats defeated the KC Invasion 3-0. Delaney hurled a no hitter with 10 K’s take the win. Propst had 1 hit and 2 RBI’s while Heimericks tripled to lead the Wildcats.   

In the double elimination bracket, the Wildcats defeated the Blue Streaks 8-3. Kempker earned the win while allowing 6 hits. Tara Schulte and Kari Heimericks each had two hits to lead the offense. In the next game, the Wildcats won 6-0 over the KC Shox. Delaney took the win while tossing a 2 hitter with 9 K’s. Jayme Sommerer and Haug each had two hits. In the winners bracket final, the Wildcats won a hard fought 2-0 win over the Kearney Lookouts. Delaney hurled a 1 hitter with 9 K’s to take the win. The Wildcats scored 2 runs in the top of the 7th to take the win. Propst, Kempker, and Sommerer each had hits to pace the offense.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated the KC Invasion 5-2. Kempker took the win while Delaney earned a save. Kempker, Schulte, and Trinklein had two hits

The Wildcats improve to 21-1 on the season and have won 21 consecutive games and 4 consecutive tournament championships.   

 




Wildcats Win Early Bird Tournament


Columbia, MO -The 16U Diamond Wildcats won five consecutive games to take the championship of the Early Bird Tournament. In their first pool game the defeated the Rockers-Gardner 9-3. Brooke Kempker hurled a 2-hitter to take the win. Kempker, Tara Schulte, Kendra Propst, Jayme Sommerer, and Lindsey Trinklein each had 2 hits. In their next game the Wildcats defeated the Heat 6-0. Lauren Delaney hurled a no hitter and had 14 Ks to take the victory. Emily Haug Kempker, Propst, and Sommerer each had 2 hits to pace the Wildcats. In their last pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Rockers-Whittle. Kempker hurled a 5 hitter to take the win. Tara Schulte, Kempker, and Propst each had 2 hits to pace the offense. The Wildcats earned a bye in the single eliminatation.

In the semi-finals, the Wildcats defeated the Rockers-Gardner 12-0. Delaney allowed 1 hit and added 13 Ks in taking the win. Propst had 4 hits while Megan Struemph, Kari Heimericks, Haug, and Delaney each had 2 hits.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated the Rockers-Whittle 7-0. Kempker hurled a 3 hitter to take the win. Megan Struemph and Tara Schulte had 3 hits while Trinklein, Propst, and Sommerer each had 2 hits.

The Wildcats improve to 14-1 on the season and have won 3 consecutive tournament championships.   The Wildcats travel to Blue Springs to play in their AFA National Qualifier on Memorial Day Weekend.

 



Wildcats win April Jam Tournament

Columbia, MO - The 16U Diamond Widlcats won the April Jam ASA tournament title with four consecutive wins.

In their first pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Missouri Pride 2-1. Tara Schulte had 2 hits and an RBI while Megan Streumph drove in Schulte for the winning run.   Brooke Kempker started and worked three scoreless innings allowing 2 hits while striking out four.. Lauren Delaney worked the last three innings, allowing no earned runs no hits and strking out seven, to pick up the win.

In the last pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Columbia Crush 8-0. Kari Heimericks, Kendra Propst, Jayme Sommerer, Emily Haug, and Schulte each had two hits to lead the offense. Delaney and Kempker each worked two scoreless innings.

In the single elimination portion of the tournament, the Wildcats defeated the Rockers 5-0. Kempker hurled a three hitter with seven K's to pickup the win. Schulte had two hits while Heimericks homered and Lindsey Trinklein tripled to lead the Wildcats.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated the Missouri Pride 4-1. The Wildcats were down 1-0 when Trinklein walked to lead off the 6th inning.   Jayme Sommerer reached on a bunt single which was followed by an double by Schulte to score both runners. Kendra Propst and Heimericks followed with RBI hits to complete the four run rally. Delaney hurled a three hitter with ten K's to pickup the win. The Wildcats have posted two straight tournament championships and improve to 9-1 on the season.

 

 



Wildcats take 1st place at Higginsville

The Diamond Wildcats won the AFA National Qualifier in Higginsville, MO last weekend by going 5-1. The Wildcats lost their first game 3-1 to the Pride before defeating the St Louis Mayhem 3-0. The double elimination included 4 straight wins against good teams.

In the first game the Wildcats defeated the KC Cougars 5-2. In their second game the Wildcats defeated the KC Shoks 5-0. In the winners bracket final the Wildcats won 6-0 against the Missouri Pride, avenging their only loss of the tournament. The Wildcats defeated an outstanding KC Lasers team 3-0 in the finals of the double elimination tournament.

A great team win for the Wildcats! Each players contributed to the tournament championship. Outstanding pitching, Lauren 3-0, no runs allowed and Brooke 2-1, with 1 earned run allowed, good defense, and timely hitting.....GREAT job ladies!!!

More information under Records, Calendar, Game Summaries, and Highlights. The Wildcats will return to action April 26-27 in Columbia, MO.

Check the link for the Higginsville winners in each age group.

 



Wildcats win AFA Qualifier

The 18U Diamond Wildcats went 5-0 on the weekend to take the Laser Girls Fastpitch Tournament Championship in the 18U "A" division.

In pool, the Wildcats defeated the Nebraska McCook Shockers 2-1. Kensie Cavanah tossed a 1 hitter to take the win. Tara Schulte had two hits to pace the offense. Next, the Wildcats defeated the Nebraska Hotshots 4-0. Lauren Delaney twirled a no-hitter with 11 K's to earn the victory. Jayme Sommerer had two hits for the Wildcats. In their final pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Maitland Trojanettes 1-0. Cavanah hurled a 2-hitter with 5 K's to take the win. Shana White singled in the first        which was followed by an RBI double by Sommerer which was the lone run scored in contest.

In the elimination round, the Wildcats earned a bye for finishing first in pool. In their first game, the Wildcats defeated the Nebraska Hotshots 4-1. Cavanah took the win for the Wildcats.

In the championship game, the Wildcats defeated the Nebraska McCook Shockers 8-0. Delaney hurled a perfect game, no hits or walks, with 12 K's to take the win. Shana White, Jena Strobel, and Kendra Propst each had two hits for the Wildcats.

The win qualifies the Wildcats for the 18U "A" American Fastpitch Association National Tournament which will be held in Beaumont, Texas, July 26th through August 1st this year. The Wildcats improve to 29-8 overall.





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Monday, April 5
Wildcats win AFA National Qualifier

Higginsville, MO - The 18U Diamond Wildcats went 4-2 to claim the AFA National Qualifier Tournament. Game by game results,

Lost 4-1 to the KC Lasers. The Wildcats led 1-0 until a Laser 4 run 5th inning. Kensie Cavanah threw a complete game 6 hitter while allowing 1 walk and fanning five. Tara Schulte, Shana White, and Carli Slagle each had 1 hit for the Wildcats.

Won 6-2 over the Columbia Snappers. Lauren Delaney hurled a 2 hitter and marked 15 K's for the win. Jayme Sommerer had 2 hits including a triple to lead the Wildcats offense.

Won 4-0 over Columbia Snappers. Cavanah hurled 3 hit shutout with 6 K's to pickup the win. Schulte, Jena Strobel, and Lisa Simmons each had one hit for the Wildcats.

Won 2-1 over the KC Lasers in 9 innings in the winners bracket final. Delaney hurled a 2 hitter while notching 14 K's. Strobel had 2 hits to lead the Wildcats. Lisa Simmons scored the game winner after an overthrow on a steal in the 9th inning.

Lost 1-0 to the KC Lasers. Cavanah took the hard fought loss. Jena Strobel had 2 hits while Simmons and Kendra Propst each added a hit to lead the Wildcats offense.

Won 5-0 win over the KC Lasers. Delaney hurled a no-hitter while striking out 10 to take the win. Propst, Strobel, Cavanah, and Schulte each had one hit while Simmons reached base 3 times for the winners.

The Wildcats would like to congratulate an outstanding Lasers team on their fine play in the tournament. We look forward to our future meetings.



Sunday, April 18
Wildcats win USSSA National Qualifier

The 18U Diamond Wildcats won 6 consecutive games to claim the USSSA National Qualifier April 17-18 weekend in Columbia, MO. Game by game highlights,

Defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 7-0. Lauren Delaneys twirled a no-hitter with 16 K's to earn the victory. Jena Strobel and Jayme Sommerer each had two hits to pace the Wildcats.

Defeated the St Louis Illusions 5-1. Lauren Delaney twirled a 3 hitter with 12 K's to earn the victory. Strobel had two hits to led the Wildcats.

Defeated the Columbia Rockers 10-6. Kensie Cavanah and Megan Struemph each had two hits to lead the Wildcats.

Defeated the St Louis Classics 7-2. Cavanah earned the win for the Wildcats. Lisa Simmons, Lindsey Trinklein, Shana White and Sommerer each had two hits while Strobel homered to led the Wildcats.

Defeated the Columbia Snappers 3-0. Cavanah took the win while Delaney picked up a save. Tara Schulte had two hits to pace the offense.

Defeated the St Louis Illusions 2-0 in the championship game. Delaney hurled a 1-hitter with 13 K's to pickup the win. The Wildcats scored the winning runs in the 6th on a hit by Kendra Propst, a walk to Strobel and consecutive hits by Shana White and Delaney with two outs. Schulte had two hits to pace the offense.

The Wildcats improve to 10-2 on the season after posting their 2nd consecutive tournament championship. The Wildcats return to action May 1-2 in Columbia, MO.



Sunday, February 22
2004 Schedule



Date Tournament Location Park Tournament/Overall Record
April 3-4 AFA Qualifier Higginsville,MO Fairground Park 4-2 Champions, 4-2
April 10-11 OFF - Easter OFF OFF OFF
April 17-18 USSSA Qualifier Columbia,MO Rainbow/Antimi 6-0 Champions, 10-2
April 24-25 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 1-2 AFA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi Cancelled, Rainout
May 8-9 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 15-16 USSSA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 5-1 2nd, 15-3
May 21-23 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 29-31 ASA Easton Memorial Day Olathe, KS Olathe Girls Complex 6-3 5th Tie, 21-6
June 5-6 OFF OFF OFF OFF
June 12-13 AFA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 3-2 3rd Tie, 24-8
June 19-20 AFA Qualifier Olathe,KS Olathe Softball Complex 5-0 Champions, 29-8
June 25-27 ASA State Tournament Springfield, MO NA 0-3, 29-11
July 3-4 AFA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi Cancelled - Rain
July 9-11 USSSA State Independence, MO Adair 2-2 5th, 31-13
July 16-18 AFA Qualifier Olathe,KS Olathe Girls Complex 5-1 Champions, 36-14
July 24-25 OFF OFF OFF
July 26-Aug 1 AFA Nationals Beaumont,TX NA .











Wednesday, September 1
Wildcats 5th at AFA 18U "A" National
The Diamond Wildcats participated in the American Fastpitch Association 18U "A" National Tournament in Beaumont, Texas on July 25 through August 1st.

The Diamond Wildcats tied for 5th out of 133 teams at the Amercan Fastpitch Association 18U “A” National Tournament held this past weekend in Beaumont, Texas. The Wildcats went 1-2 in pool play which seeded the double elimination bracket. The Wildcats lost 2-0 to California’s Sudden Impact in their first game. Next, the Wildcats lost 9-0 to Texas Batte Lauren Delaney had two hits to lead the Wildcats. In their last pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Texas Travelers 2-0. Delaney picked up the win while throwing a 1-hitter and striking out 11. With their pool record, the Wildcats played the number 1 seed out of pool DD, Southern California Select Gold. The Wildcats defeated the Gold team 5-0. Delaney picked up the win while hurling a no-hitter with 4 K’s. In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the St Louis Marauders 3-0. Delaney hurled a two hitter with 14 K’s to take the victory. Kendra Propst, Emily Haug, and Delaney each had two hits to pace the winners. In their third game of bracket play, the Wildcats defeated the Louisiana Reflections 6-0.   Delaney hurled a 1 hitter with 10 K’s to pickup the win. Propst had two hits to lead the Wildcats offense. In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the North Texas Storm 2-0. Delaney hurled a two hitter with 10 K’s to take the win. Kensie Cavenah, Jena Strobel, Lisa Simmons, and Jayme Sommerer each had two hits for the Wildcats. In the winner’s bracket final of the green bracket, the Wildcats were defeated by the Louisiana Express 2-1 in 9 innings. Emily Haug, Tara Schulte, Megan Struemph, Strobel each had two hits to pace the hitting attack for the Wildcats. Next, the Wildcats defeated the Texas Challengers 4-2. Delaney took the win in relief. Sommerer and Cavenah each had two hits while Strobel homered for the Wildcats. The Wildcats had to defeat the Louisiana Express twice for the green bracket championship and earn a spot in the National tournaments final four. The Wildcats defeated the Express 2-1 in their first game. Delaney hurled one hitter with 15 K’s to take the win. Lindsey Trinklein, Lisa Simmons, and Cavanah each had doubles to lead the offense In the bracket championship game, the Wildcats were defeated by the Express 5-4 after an hour rain delay in a game that finished at 2:00am on Saturday morning. Propst had three hits while Lisa Simmons added two hits to pace the Wildcats.

The Wildcats finished the 2004 season at 43-18. The Wildcats took first in 4 tournaments before finishing the season with a 5th place finish at Nationals.



Wednesday, February 14
2008 Diamond Wildcats Schedule

Date Tournament Location Park Tournament/Overall Record
March 22-23 Easter OFF OFF OFF
March 29-30 OFF OFF OFF OFF
April 5-6 AFA Kickoff Classic Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 4-2 - 2nd place,  4-2
April 12-13 OFF OFF OFF OFF 
April 19-20 OFF OFF OFF OFF
April 26-27 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 3-4 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 10-11 Mother's Day OFF OFF OFF
May 17-18 OFF OFF OFF OFF
May 24-26 ASA Easton Memorial Day Tournament Olathe, KS Olathe & Lone Elm

5-1 1st in pool,  9-3

bracket rainout

 
May 31-June 1 ASA National Qualifier Springfield, MO Meador Park 2-2 in bracket play, 11-5
June 7-8 AFA Qualifier Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 1-2, 12-7
June 13-15 Heartland Showcase, College Exposure Blue Springs, MO & Olathe, KS Lone Elm & Hidden Valley 3-0 (1st in pool-rainout), 15-7-1
June 21-22 Show-Me Shootout Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 2-2-1, 18-9-1  
June 27-29 ASA State Tournament Jefferson City, MO TBA 3-2, 2nd, 21-11-1
July 4-6 USSSA MO Mid State Championship Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi Cancelled
July 12-13 AFA MO State Championship Columbia, MO Rainbow/Antimi 2-3, 23-14-1
July 19-20 University of Central Missouri Exposure Tournament Warrensburg, MO UCM Fields 4-1, 27-15-1
July 23-July 26 AFA Nationals Oakdale, MN TBA, based on qualification 6-3, 4th place, 33-18-1






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Sunday, June 24
Diamond Wildcats 2007 Missouri ASA 18U "A" Champions!!!
The Diamond Wildcats won the 2007 Missouri 18U "A" Championship in Springfield this weekend. The win qualifies the Wildcats for the ASA National Championship Finals in College Station, Texas, July 29th through August 5th.

The Wildcats opened the tournament with a 5-0 win over the Express. Kelsey Schulte hurled a 1 hitter with six strikeouts in picking up the win.   Sierra Binkley, Kelsey Schulte, and Jaime Kepner each had two hits in the win.

In their next game, the Wildcats took a 2-1 win over the Missouri Intensity. Kelsey Schulte allowed 5 hits with six strikeouts in picking up the win. Katie Pitts and Schulte had two hits to pace the Wildcats.

In the winners bracket final, the Wildcats took a 6-2 loss to the Missouri Madness. Binkley, Pitts, Schulte, Kensie Cavanah, and Kepner each had hits for the Wildcats.

The Wildcats, in a rematch with the Express, won a hard fought 4-2 victory. Annie Duffner worked the first 6 innings giving one unearned run. Kelsey Schulte worked two innings to pickup the win in relief.   Brooke Griffin and Annie Duffner each had two hits to pace the offense.

The win setup a rematch with the Missouri Madness with the Wildcats needing two wins. In the first game, Annie Duffner worked the first five inning giving up one unearned run. Kelsey Schulte worked three innings of relief to pickup the 2-1 victory in the extra innings affair. Katie Pitts had four hits to pace the Wildcats offense.

In the championship game, the Wildcats posted a 7-5 win. Annie Duffner worked three innings of relief to pickup the win. The Wildcats opened the scoring the first on a walk to Binkley, a sacrifice by Pitts, and a triple by Kensie Cavanah. Cavanah scored on a passed ball and the Wildcats led 2-0. The Wildcats trailed 5-2 going into the bottom of three. The Wildcats scored three on a walk to Danielle McNay, hits by Binkley, Pitts, Schulte, and Rachel Trokey. With the score tied at 5, the Wildcats scored their final two runs on hits by Duffner, Pitts, Schulte, and Cavanah.

The Wildcats improve to 21-10-2 on the season and travel to Columbia next weekend to play in USSSA State.





Friday, August 3
Wildcats at ASA National Championship Finals

The Diamond Wildcats won their first two games in bracket play at College Station, Texas.  The defeated the Dallas Ragdolls 2-1 in their opening game.  In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Rockets 3-2.

The Wildcats lost 6-2 to the California Breeze late last night (game finishing at 2:30am). 

On Friday, the Wildcats lost 8-4 to the San Diego Legacy. 



Thursday, August 9
2007 Diamond Wildcats Softball - Highlights

Missouri ASA 18U “A” State Champions 

Missouri USSSA 18U “A” Runner-up 

Easton Memorial Day Tournament Runner-up (30 teams) 

Missouri Pride AFA National Qualifier, 3rd 

ASA National Championship Finals, 33rd out of 134 teams 

Played in Heartland College Exposure Tournament 

Played in University of Central Missouri Exposure Tournament 

Played all our games at University of Missouri in USSSA Tournament 



Wednesday, May 28
Wildcats finish 5-1 in Memorial Day Tournament at Olathe, KS

The Diamond Wildcats took first in their pool with a record of 5-1.  The Wildcats opened the tournament with a 4-2 win over the DeSoto Belles.  Kelsey Schulte took the win on the rubber for the Wildcats.   Katie Pitts, Kelsey Schulte, and EmiLee Davis each had hits for the Wildcats.

In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Arkansas Rebels 2-0 with Jordan Crisp taking the victory.  Hanna Taylor had two hits while Katie Pitts, Jordan Crisp, Kelsey Schulte each had hits for Wildcats.

In their third game, the Wilcats defeated KC Fire 7-1.  Kelsey Schulte took the win for the Wildcats.  Hanna Taylor had two hits while Katie Pitts, Lindsey DeForest, Jordan Crisp, Kelsey Schulte, EmiLee Davis, and Darah Matheis each added hits. 

On Sunday, the Wildcats opened with a 8-1 win against the St Louis Lasers.  Heidi Schertzer took the win for the Wildcats.  Heidi Schertzer had two hits while Katie Pitts, Kelsey Schulte, Carinda Schulte, Traci Hawkins, and Cayce Kepner added hits for the Wildcats.

In their next game, the Wildcats took a hard fought 2-1 win over the Kansas Renegades.  Kelsey Schulte took the win for the Wildcats.  Katie Pitts and Lindsey DeForest had hits for the Wildcats.

In their final game, the Wildcats dropped a hard fought 8-6 decision to the KC Originals.  Lindsey DeForest paced the offense with three hits while Carinda Schulte added two hits.  Kelsey Schulte and Katie Pitts each had hits for the Wildcats.

The 18U "A" single elimination bracket was cancelled due to rain and wasn't completed (per the KC ASA website). 

 

 



Sunday, July 27
18U Diamond Wildcats finish 4th at AFA Nationals

The Diamond Wildcats placed 4th in the 18U Nationals held in Oakdale, Minnesota from July 22nd through July 27th. 

The Wildcats went 2-1 in pool play.  The Wildcats opened with a 2-0 loss to the Smitty's Terminators from Canada.  In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Panthers 5-0.  Kelsey Schulte took the win on the rubber.  Emilee Davis and Schulte each had three hits while Katie Pitts had two hits.  In their final pool game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Warriors 9-1.  Jordan Crisp hurled a 3-hitter with 9 K's to take the win on the mound.  Lindsey Deforest and Emlee Davis each had three hits while Hanna Taylor and Katie Pitts had two hits.  Kelsey Schulte homered for the Wildcats.

In their first bracket game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Crush 8-0.  Kelsey Schulte hurled a 5-hitter to take the victory.  Carinda Schulte and Deforest had two hits while Darah Matheis tripled. 

In their next game, the Wildcats lost 5-2 to the Minnesota Sting.  Katie Pitts had two hits to lead the Wildcats offense.

In their third game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Explosion 5-4.  Jordan Crisp took the win for the Wildcats.  Jordan Crisp had two hits including a homer and Carinda Schulte homered to lead the Wildcats offense.

In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the Minnesota Panthers 8-0.  Jordan Crisp hurled a 4-hitter to take the win.  Hanna Taylor, Jordan Crisp, Katie Pitts and Kelsey Schulte each had two hits.  Crisp and Schulte each homered in the game.

In their fifth game of bracket play, the Wildcats defeated the Carlsbad Aces from California 6-2.   Jordan Crisp threw a 5-hitter to take the win on the rubber.  Emilee Davis, Darah Matheis and Katie Pitts each had two hits.  Jordan Crisp homered for the Wildcats.

In their final game, the Wildcats lost 6-0 to the Indiana Twisters.  Carinda Schulte had two hits to pace the Wildcats offense.

The Wildcats improve to 33-18-1 for the season after their 4th place finish at AFA Nationals.   The season is complete.



Monday, March 28
18U Diamond Wildcats take championship at Jefferson City Spring Kickoff

The tournament championship qualifies the Wildcats for the ASA 18U Northern National the first week of August in Overland Park, KS.  The Wildcats record stands at 7-1 after their opening weekend of softball. 

The Diamond Wildcats went 3-1 in pool play on Saturday.  In their first game, the Wildcats defeated the Shock 11-1.  Paxton Welch hurled a 2-hitter in the win while striking out five.  Hannah Campbell and Welch had two hits while Alex McDonald tripled to lead the offense.  In their next game, the Wildcats won 9-2 over the Kaos.  Brailee Schulte took the win allowing three hits and striking out five.   Welch had three hits while Kelsey Volle and Shelby Lecuru each added two hits to pace the offense.  The Wildcats defeated Black Ice 4-2 in their third game of the day.  Schulte took the win in the circle.  Schulte and Welch had two hits to pace the offensive attack. In their final pool game, the Wildcats lost 4-0 to the St Louis Lasers.  Amber Braun had two hits to pace the Wildcats. 

In bracket play, the Wildcats opened with a 4-2 win over the Kaos with Schulte taking the win.  Schulte had two hits to pace the offense.  In their next game, the Wildcats defeated the St Louis Lasers 5-0, avenging their earlier loss in pool play.  Welch hurled a no-hitter to take the win.  Lecuru had three hits while Braun added two hits to pace the offense.  In the winner's bracket final the Wildcats edged Black Ice 4-2.  Schulte and Welch combined on a one-hitter.  Megan Heimbaugh had two hits to pace the offense.  After falling behind 2-0 the Wildcats  scored four runs in the final inning on hits by Heimbaugh, McDonald, Bohanna Rafter and Lecuru to take the win.

In the championship game, the Wildcats posted a 3-2 win over the St Louis Lasers.  Welch took the win while striking out five.  Schulte had three hits and Campbell added two hits to pace the offense.

 



   
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