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BASEBALL EXCELLENCE SINCE 1994
  
AAU 18U National Champions - 2010, 2012, 2014
AAU 17U National Champions - 2013
B.E.S.T. Baseball Underclassmen National Champions - 2014
IBC 17U National Champions - 2015
IBC 16U National Champions - 2015
AAU 18U National Finalist - 2005, 2008, 2011, 2013
B.E.S.T. Baseball 16U National Finalist - 2013




Fall Ball

Another great summer is in the books and fall ball is quickly apporaching.

Tryouts for the 2015 Fall will be at A&M Consolidated HS on Saturday August 29 at 11:00am.
Tryouts are open to non current BVR players ages 13-18.

Please email us at bvrenegades@aol.com to reserve your tryout spot.

Fall season will begin in mid September.



IBC World Series All Tournament Selections

Congratulations to the following BVR players for being named to the IBC World Series all Tournament teams in Clearwater, Fl.

18U All Tournament Selections
Brady Batten
Cameron Carver
Jacob Stegent
Holt VanEtten

17U All Tournament Selections
Luke Marbach - Tournament MVP
Joey Orsak - Tournament Defensive MVP
Kasey Kalich
Coy McLarty
Matthew Sandoval

16U All Tournament Selections
Mason Ray - Tournament MVP
Jake Fuller - Tournament Offensive MVP
Sam Opersteny
Easton Migl
Myles Sheffield



Monday, July 27
BVR 16U White claims TSL World Series title

The BVR 16U White team captured the 16u TSL World Series Championship with an 8-3 victory over the Texas Stix in the finals on Sunday. The Renegades finished the 24 team event 6-0. Congratulations to all players and coaches on a great weekend.

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Saturday, July 25
Washout at IBC World Series

The 2015 IBC World Series came to a halt Friday morning as heavy rains in the Clearwater, Florida area has forced the cancellation of the remainder of the tournament. Up to that point the three BVR teams had combined for a 15-2 overall record in the tournament with all 3 in position to make runs at the title.
The BVR 16 Maroon squad had completed pool play 2-2 and stood at 2-0 in bracket play after knocking off the #1 seed 9-3 in 9 innings and were set to go in the Quarterfinals on Friday afternoon. The 17U Maroon team was 6-0 in the tournament, 2-0 in bracket play  and set for quarterfinal play Friday afternoon. The 18U Maroon team was 5-0 in the tournament, 1-0 in bracket play and was in a scoreless game after 1 inning of play in 2nd round action when play was suspended.
By virtue of their records and where teams stood at the time of cancellation the BV Renegades 17 Maroon and BV Renegades 16 Maroon squads were awarded the IBC National championship in their respective divisions with the 18 Maroon awarded 3rd place.
The 18U Maroon squad finishes  the summer with a 24-3-1 overall record, the 17U Maroon team finishes 21-6-1 and the 16U Maroon finishes with a 20-8 record.
Congratulations to all players and coaches on an outstanding week of baseball in Florida and a great summer.



Wednesday, July 22
BVR teams combined 10-2 at IBC Nationals in Clearwater, Fl

The BVR 18,17 and 16 Maroon teams concluded pool play on Wednesday and all teams will be advancing to bracket play starting on Thursday. The BVR 18 Maroon and 17 Maroon squads both finished pool play at 4-0 with the 18's advancing as the #3 seed in the 18U bracket and the 17U team earning the top seed in the 17U bracket. The 16U Maroon team finished pool play at 2-2 and will advance as the #8 seed in the 16U bracket.

Tuesday, July 21
TSL World Series

Schedules for the 18u and 16u TSL World Series have been posted on team pages.

Monday, July 13
Upcoming Tournaments

16U White team schedule for the Perfect Game tournament in Waco is posted on team page.   We will not have a team hotel but if need reservations there is a link on the 16U White team page.

The 16 Maroon, 17 Maroon and 18 Maroon are all off to Florida this week to compete in the IBC Nationals

The 16u white and 15U teams will be competing in the 16U TSL Worlds series in Dallas and the 18U White and 17U White will be competing in the 18U TSL World Series in Tomball. Both events are July 23-26.

Hotel Info for the 16U White and 15U teams for 16U TSL World Series in Dallas is posted on team pages. Deadline is Friday July 17, please make reservations ASAP.
We will not have a team hotel for the 18U TSL World Series in Tomball .



Monday, July 13
BVR teams enjoy banner weekend

Three BVR teams brought home tournament titles over the weekend to cap an impressive showing.
In the BVR Invitational the BVR 17U Maroon team defeated the Baton Rouge Marucci Sox 14-8 at Olsen Field to claim the 18U division title. Following pool play the Renegades defeated Tier 1 Baseball from Austin 7-5 in quarterfinal action on Saturday evening at Olsen Field. The Renegades were back at Blue Bell Park Sunday morning and defeated the Texas Sox 4-0 in the semifinals to earn a spot in the finals. The Renegades finished the 26 team 18U BVR Invitational with a 5-1 record.

In the 16U division of the BVR Invitational which featured a dozen teams the BVR 16U Maroon team finished pool play a perfect 3-0. The Renegades then defeated the Houston Heat 4-3 in the semifinals to advance to Sundays title game at Olsen Field where the Renegades came away with an 8-7 victory giving BVR a clean sweep of the tournament.

The BVR 18 Maroon team finished pool play 3-0 but fell 7-5 in 8 innings to the Houston Saints Saturday night at Olsen Field in quarterfinal action. The team rebounded with a 9-1 victory over Tier 1 on Sunday to finish  the tournament 4-1 and are 19-3-1 on the summer. The BVR 16U White team finished pool play 3-0 as well but fell in the semifinals of the 16U division.

The BVR 14U squad took home yet another tournament title over the weekend defeating the Banditos North 8-7 in the finals of the HSB Gulf Coast Classic in Katy. The Renegades finished the tourney 4-0-1 and will carry an overall spring/summer record of 31-7-2 into their final tournament of the summer next weekend in Houston.

Congratulations to all teams on an outstanding weekend.



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BVR 17 Maroon
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BVR 14U

Tuesday, July 14
2015 College signees/ commitments

Elijah Adams ( Rudder HS) - Concordia University
Jack Baker ( Brenham HS) - University of Texas San Antonio
Brady Batten ( Rudder HS) - Northeast Texas College
Nick Benavidez (Mission Sharyland HS) - UT Pan American
Spencer Brandt ( Yoakum HS) - Texas Lutheran University
Chance Carrigan ( Centerville HS) - Brookhaven College
Frankie Franco (Mumford HS) - Frank Phillips College
Adam Franke ( Brenham HS) - Jarvis Christian College
John Gillett ( Brazos Christian HS) - Northeast Texas College
Clayton Harp ( El Campo HS) - Sam Houston State University
Chaz Jackson ( New Waverly HS) - Frank Phillips College
Jeramey Johnson ( Rudder HS) - Arkansas Tech University
W.E. Meuth ( Lexington HS) - Ranger College
Aaron Mitchell ( Teague HS) - Angelina College
Cameron Rape ( Waller HS) - Concordia University
Mason Salinas (A&M Consolidated HS ) - Shreiner University
Andrew Saucedo ( El Campo HS) - Wharton College
Jacob Stegent ( Brenham HS) - Temple College
Holt Van Etten ( Bryan HS) - Mclennan College
Ramsey Walner ( Brenham HS) - Jarvis Christian College



Tuesday, July 7
2015 BVR Invitational - Sunday Pairings Updated

Monday, July 6
BVR teams enjoy another outstanding weekend

The BVR 16 Maroon team scored 4 runs in the top of the 7th inning to defeat the BVR 15U team 7-3 in Sundays championship game of the 16U BVR Classic which featured 15 teams.  The 16U Maroon team went 5-1 in the tournament defeating the Austin Banditos 12-0, Houston Heat Silver 8-3, Houston Saints 8-7, Batters Box 11-0 and BVR 15U. 

The 18U and 17U teams went a combined 13-2-1 in the TSL Brenham tournament with the 18 Maroon team leading the way with a 4-0 record on the weekend.



Tuesday, June 30
2015 BVR 16U Classic - Franklin Ranch

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Tuesday, June 23
2015 BVR 18U Classic - Brenham - Results

Tuesday, June 23
2015 BVR 14U Classic- Franklin - Results

Tuesday, June 23
2015 BVR 16U Classic - Sam Houston State

Sunday, May 17
2015 Summer schedules/rosters - click here

BVR 14U team continues to roll.

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The Brazos Valley Renegades 14U team capped a 6-0 weekend by defeating the Montgomery County Mudcats 4-2 Sunday night at Baseball USA to capture the Baseball USA Tournament Championship which featured 20 teams.  It was the Renegades 2nd tournament title in as many tournaments. The Renegades will carry an overall spring record of 12-1-1 into their next tournament this coming weekend in Katy.

2014 Signees/Commits - For a full list of signees please visit our college signee page

Willy Amador (Bryan HS) - Rice University
Kyle Barfield (A&M Consolidated HS) - San Jacinto College
CJ Bills (Caldwell HS) - North Lake College
Timmy Blakeney (Yoakum HS) - Wharton County Junior College
Chase Bledsoe ( Rudder HS ) - McMurry University
Ross Bludau ( Schulenburg HS ) University of Houston Victoria
Austin Caffey (Rockdale HS) - Texas State University
Derek Dane (Lexington HS) - East Texas Baptist University
Joseph Dimaline (SA Churchill HS) - Texas State University
Tanner Driskill (Round Rock HS) - Weatherford College
Marshall Goodwin ( New Waverly HS ) North Arkansas College
Lee May Gonzalez ( Corpus Christi Calallen HS) - Texas A&M University
Montana Hammack (Rudder HS)- Schreiner University
Kylen Harrell (Cameron Yoe HS) - Sam Houston State University
Tanner Holly (Huntsville HS)- Blinn College
Adam Hunter (Yoakum HS ) University of Incarnate Word
Blake Kopetsky (Rudder HS) - Texas A&M University
Matt Lemon (Caldwell HS ) - Texas Lutheran University
Tanner Luna (Caldwell HS) - North Central Texas College
Grant Martin (SA Marshall HS)- Cisco College
Nick Masarik (Columbus HS) - Blinn College
Jake Payonk (Caldwell HS ) North Central Texas College
Jeremy Pfuntner (Bryan HS) - Hill College
Cameron Salvaggio (Magnolia HS) - Stephen F. Austin University
Weston Smart ( Hempstead HS) Tyler Junior College
Mason Schuh (Magnolia HS ) - McLennan College
Logan Stoelke (Fayetteville HS) - University of Louisiana Lafayette
Blaine Suehs (Caldwell HS) - University of Louisiana Lafayette
Brad Sutton (Cy Woods HS) - Baylor University
Bryan Warhurst (SA Regan HS)- Hill College 
Lane Willenborg (West HS) - Hill College
Cole Williams ( Magnolia HS) - Navarro College
Darrien Williams (Rudder HS) - Prairie View A&M University



Thursday, July 24
18 Maroon claims AAU National Championship

The BV Renegades 18 Maroon team capped a perfect 7-0 run in the AAU Upperclassmen National tournament by defeating the Louisiana Warriors 10-9 Thursday morning at the Baltimore Orioles Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Florida. . The Renegades claimed their 3rd AAU Upperclassmen National Championship in the last 5 years with the win. Willy Amador, Kyle Barfield, CJ Bills, Lee May Gonzalez and Carson Skala were selected to the All-Tournament Team . The Renegades finished the season on a 14 game winning streak and an overall record of 26-4-4.

From the BVR 17U team, Jack Baker, Jacob Stegent and Holt Van Etten were selected to the AAU Underclassmen All-Tournament Team. BVR 17U was defeated in the Semi-Finals by eventual Champion TSA Titans. The 17U squad ended their season with a 24-8-3 overall record. 



Wednesday, July 23
AAU Nationals update

The BVR 18 Maroon team defeated the Wiregrass Cardinals of Georgia 5-4 in 9 innings Thursday Moring at the Baltimore Orioles Buck O'Neil Complex to move into the championship game of the AAU Upperclassmen National's. The Renegades are in the national championship game for the 5th consecutive year and 7th time in the last 10 years. The Renegades will face the Louisiana Warriors at 8:30am Thursday morning at the Baltimore Orioles Ed Smith Stadium for the title.
The BVR 17U team defeated the Orlando Assult 2-0 in their quarterfinal matchup but fell 5-2 to the TSA Titans in the semifinals of the Underclassmen National Championships.



Friday, July 18
18 Maroon and 17U teams advance at AAU Nationals

The BVR 18 Maroon team finished pool play at 4-0 and advanced to the double elimination bracket play as the #1 overall seed. In the opening game of bracket play the Renegades defeated the Georgia Eagles 13-1 and will now face the Wiregrass Cardinals with the winner moving into the championship round. With the win over the Eagles the Renegades extended their winning streak to 12 consecutive games, tying a BVR record.
The BVR 17U team won their final pool game Tuesday morning 7-4 over the Colorado Gold and now advances to Diamond bracket play, which will begin Wednesday Morning. The Renegades will face the Orlando Assult in their opening game.



Friday, July 18
No-Hitter leads BVR 16U Maroon to B.E.S.T. Baseball National Title

Dayden Lane capped an ipressive week for the 16U Maroon squad by tossing a no hitter in defeat of the 17U Louisiana All Stars 4-0 to capture the B.E.S.T. Baseball underclassmen national championship.
The title game would be well played by both teams , as they looked to capture and capitalize on any momentum given. With Louisiana's ace matching Lane zero for zero, the game would remain scoreless thru the first 5 innings. In the top of the sixth, just as he has done all tournament  , Chandler Jozwiak would provide the spark the Renegades were looking for. After falling in the hole 1-2 , he battled his way to a 9 pitch walk. Chris Chavez would follow with an infield single and Corbin Vines would reach on an error while laying down a sacrifice bunt. With the bases loaded and nobody out , Louisiana would draw in their infield in an effort to cut the potential run at the plate. It nearly worked. Cameron Neel grounded sharply towards the shortstop but a rushed throw to the plate would overthrow the catcher and both Jozwiak and Chavez would score. With runners in scoring position and momentum in hand,  the Renegades looked to send a message and Zach Albers delivered as he drove the first pitch he saw off the  centerfield wall for a standup double plating both Vines and Neel. When the dust had settled the Renegades led 4-0 and all attention turned to Lane to seal the deal. He wouldnt disappoint. As Louisiana's final hitter grounded out to second base , Lane would complete his no hitter and lead his squad to the national championship.
The Renegades finished the tournament with a 5-1 record, including a stretch in bracket play that saw the offense score in 15 of 18 innings.
All Tournament Selections
Dayden Lane - 2-0 , 2 hits allowed, 6 K's
Garrett Dohnalik - .714 avg , 6 runs, 3 SB
Chris Chavez - .526 avg , 7 runs
Chandler Jozwiak - .400 avg, 4 runs, 6 RBI
Kasey Kalich - .571 avg , 7 runs
Zach Albers - .333 avg, 4 runs, 7 RBI



Saturday, July 12
BVR Maroon defeats BVR 17U 8-6 for Invitatonal Title

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 32 teams began the BVR Invitational on Thursday with hopes of playing for a tournament title on Sunday afternoon at Olsen Field. When the dust had settled the BVR Maroon and BVR 17U teams found themselves facing off for the championship.
The Maroon and 17U squads entered Sundays title tilt with identical 5-0 records in the tournament. With both teams coming of emotional hard fought victories in the semifinals earlier that day at Olsen Field, the Championship game would not disappoint as the BVR Maroon team claimed an exciting 8-6 victory.  
After a scoreless top half of the first by the 17U squad, the Maroon team threatened in the bottom half of the inning with a one out single by Carson Skala. Anticipating a steal the 17U team perfectly executed a pitchout and catcher Holt Van Etten nailed Skala at 2nd base for the 2nd out of the inning. 17U team starter Jacob Stegent would record a strikeout for the 3rd out, energizing a fired up 17U Squad. They would then carry that momentum as they plated 3 runs in the top half of the 2nd inning highlighted by RBI base hits by Brady Derrett, Trevor Russ and Stegent. Maroon team starter Mason Schuh would escape further damage as he recorded a 2 out strikeout with the bases loaded to leave the game 3-0.
The Maroon team would answer back in a big way as they would open up the bottom half of the  inning with back to back singles. Cole Williams then perfectly placed a bunt down the 3rd baseline and the throw sailed into RF allowing a run to score. Tanner Driskill then delivered a 2 RBI base hit to tie the game at 3. Brad Sutton followed with a bunt single and again the throw got away from the 1st baseman allowing another run to score to give the maroon team a 4-3 lead. The maroon squad was not done yet as CJ Bills followed with an RBI basehit. Skala then plated a run with a SAC fly and Kyle Barfield added to the damage with an RBI single. In all the Maroon team would score 6 runs in the inning while sending 10 batters to the plate.
After the 17U squad went scoreless in the the top of the 3rd the maroon team went back to work in the bottom of the inning. Schuh reached base after being hit by a pitch and would  later scored on a SAC fly by Driskill to extend the maroon team's lead to 7-3. Sutton and Chase Bledsoe would then reach base and with 2 outs were at 2nd and 3rd as the maroon team looked to take complete control of the game. 17U team relief pitcher Michael Reyes however would induce a flyout for the 3rd out to end the threat.
With their backs squarley against the wall, the 17U team dug deep looking for answers. Derrett led off the inning with a sharply hit single. Following a flyout , Russ delivered another base hit, chasing maroon team starter Schuh from the game. Leadoff hitter Stegent drew a walk loading the bases with only 1 out. Joey Orsak followed with an RBI single to cut the lead to 7-4. A passed ball would plate another run and Van Etten would plate a run on a fielders choice for the 2nd out to make it a 7-6. Driskill, on in relief of Schuh , settled in an retired the final batter but the 17U team had climbed back in the game and once again had seized momentum.
The Maroon team went scoreless in the bottom of the inning however Driskill baffled the 17U bats over the final 2 2/3 to slam the door. After a scoreless top of the 5th the Maroon team looked for some insurance in the bottom half. Driskill continued his solid championship game efforts as he drew a one out walk and then stole 2nd. Following a strikeout for the 2nd out , Bledsoe delivered an RBI basehit on the first pitch he saw giving the maroon team an 8-6 lead.
In the top of the inning Driskill gave up a 2 out single before striking out the final batter to end the game and giving the BVR maroon team the 2014 BVR Invitational Championship.
The maroon team finished the tournament 6-0 while improving their season record to 19-4-4. The 17U team saw their 11 game winning streak come to an end and fell to 20-4-3 on the summer.

In the semifinals earlier that day the BVR 17U team defeated the Texas Slam 4-3 in 8 innings. In the top of the 8th , the Slam put runners on 1st and 2nd with nobody out. Jacob Stegent came on in relief and worked his way out of the jam preserving the tie game. In the bottom of the inning Trevor Russ delivered a 2 out walkoff RBI single to propel the 17U team to the title game.
In the 2nd semifinal game of the day at Olsen Field the BVR Maroon team squared off against the Baton Rouge Marucci Whitesox. Both teams entered the contest 4-0 on the tournament. It was the 2nd meeting of the summer between the two teams as the Whitesox had defeated the Renegades 7-2 in the Marucci tournament semifinals earlier in the summer at LSU's Alex Box Stadium. Runs would be at a premium with two D1 signees facing each other on the mound, Rice signee Willy Amador for the Renegades and an LSU signee for the Marucci squad.
The Renegades broke thru in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Cole Williams led off with a single and then stole 2nd. Brad Sutton moved Williams to 3rd with a SAC bunt and then Chase Bledsoe plated Williams with an RBI fielders choice. That lead would stand untill Mason Schuh led off the Renegades half of the 5th with a double. Amador would then plate Schuh with an RBI single giving the Renegades a 2-0 lead.  Amador took a 2-0 lead to the 6th and final inning. After striking out the first 2 batters he then issued back to back 2 out walks. Marucci then plated their first run of the game on a throwing error to cut the lead to 2-1. With the tying run on 3rd base and go ahead run at 1st base, Amador got a swinging strikeout of Marucci's 3 hole hitter on a 1-2 count to end the game. It was Amador's 11th strikeout of the game. The win put the Renegades into the BVR Invitational championship game. It was the first and only loss of the season for the Marucci squad.

 

 

Saturday Playoffs  

Quarterfinal Results
BVR 17U 11, Texas Slam 1
Texas Slam Easton 4, Killeen Rebels 2
Baton Rouge Marucci Whitesox 11, DBAT 4
BVR Maroon 6, Dirtbags 2

Sundays Pairings

Semifinals
Olsen Field
9:00am -BVR 17U 3, Texas Slam 2 - 8 innings
11:15am - BVR Maroon 2, Baton Rouge Marucci Whitesox 1
Championship
2:30pm Olsen Field - BVR Maroon 8, BVR 17U 6

 

 

 


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Thursday, June 26
2014 18U BVR Classic Schedule - Final Results

BVR 17U wins 18U BVR Classic with a 5-1 win over League City on Sunday at Blinn College.
Handout: 2014 BVR 18U CLASSIC

Sunday, June 8
BVR Players taken in MLB Draft

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Congratulations to former BV Renegade Players Tyler Eppler and Chase Wellbrock on being drafted in the 2014 MLB Draft. Eppler a RHP from Navasota HS who attended Sam Houston State was taken in the 6th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Wellbrock a RHP from Brenham HS who attended the University of Houston was taken in the 33rd round by the Toronto Bluejays.
Since 1996 , 24 BVR players have been taken in the MLB Draft


Sunday, June 1
18U Rosters - click here

Monday, May 26
2014 BVR 16U Rosters - UPDATED

Friday, May 23
2014 BVR 17U Roster

Sunday, May 11
2014 Summer Schedules

Sunday, March 2
Official BVR Twitter

follow all BVR Teams @BVRenegades

Saturday, March 15
Chase Wellbrock

Congratulations to former Renegade Chase Wellbrock on becoming the all-time saves record holder for the University of Houston Cougars!



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Sunday, July 28
BVR 17U claims AAU Underclassmen National Championship, 18 Maroon falls in upperclassmen finals

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The BVR 17U team won a pair of games Thursday to capture the programs 3rd National Championship, claiming the AAU Underclassmen title.
In the semifinals the Renegades defeated the Orlando Assult 11-6. Logan Stoelke was the winning pitcher tossing a complete game while striking out 13. The Renegades trailed 3-2 after 4 innings but erupted for 7 runs in the 5th inning highlighted by RBI basehits by Carson Skala,Tanner Luna,Willy Amador,Blaine Suehs,and Brandon Kveton to retake the lead and never trailed again. Stoelke struck out the side in the 6th and retired 3 of the 4 he faced in the 7th including a game ending strikeout to send the Renegades to the finals.
The Renegades defeated the Ontario Bluejays 7-2 in the finals at Jet Blue Stadium. Ontario entered the championship game with an 8-0 record in the tournament including a 4-0 win over the Renegades. The Renegades jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a 2 RBI basehit by Tanner Luna in the 3rd inning. Ontario cut the lead to 2-1 but once again the Renegades used a big 5th inning to seize control of the game, this time plating 5 runs in the 5th on RBI basehits by Jacob Moseley, Tanner Luna, and Willy Amador.  Willy Amador pitched 5 solid innings for the win allowing only 2 runs on 3 basehits while striking out 7. Ryan Hendershot recored the save throwing the final 2 innings allowing no runs and striking out 3.  Kylen Harrell, Tanner Luna, Carson Skala, Willy Amador and Ryan Hendershot were selected to the All Tournament Team.
The BV Renegades 18 Maroon team was in the AAU upperclassmen National Finals for the 4th consecutive year and looking for back to back National Championships.  Tuscaloosa Baseball, riding the momentum of winning back to back elimination games after being knocked to the losers bracket by the Renegades a day earlier , defeated the Renegades 4-1 in the championship game. Tuscaloosa scored a pair of runs in the top of the 1st, Cullen Jozwiak came on in relief and retired 21 of the 26 batters he faced the rest of the way.  The Renegades out hit Tuscaloosa 8-4 but time and time were turned away as Tuscaloosa claimed their 1st AAU National Title. Travis Gibson, Justin Holder, Garrett Luna and Cameron Salvaggio were selected to the All Tournament Team



Wednesday, July 24
18 Maroon and 17U continue to advance at AAU Nationals

Following exciting and dramatic 4-3 victories both the 18U Maroon and 17U teams will be playing on the tournaments final day and looking to capture AAU National Championships.
The 18U Maroon team earned a spot in the AAU upperclassmen National Championship game for the 4th consecutive year by defeating Tuscaloosa Baseball 4-3 at City of Palms Stadium in Ft Myers, FL. The Renegades got on the board in the bottom of the 1st when Garrett Luna delivered a 2 out double and was plated on an RBI double by Cameron Salvaggio.  Justin Holder retired 9 of the first 10  Tuscaloosa batters he faced as the Renegades took a 3-0 lead on RBI hits by Tanner Holly and Luna. Tuscaloosa cut the lead to 3-1 in the 4th but the Renegades answered in the bottom of the inning as Bryan Warhurst delivered a one out single and scored on an RBI single by Holly to extend the lead to 4-1.  Tuscaloosa answered with a pair of runs in the top of the 6th to cut the lead to 4-3.  After the Renegades went scoreless in the bottom half of the inning the drama mounted in the 7th. Tuscaloosa first hitter was hit by the pitch and after an unsuccessful bunt attempt, Holder recored the 1st out with a strikeout but the runner advanced to 2nd on the 3d strike. With the tying run in scoring position Holder induced a flyout to the rightfield for the 2nd out. Tuscaloosa sent a pitch hitter to the plate and with a 1-2 count fouled off 4 consecutive pitches before grounding out to SS to end the game and send the Renegades into the finals.
The Renegades, looking for back to back AAU National titles and 3rd in the last 4 years will face the winner of Tuscaloosa and Connecticut BlueJays in the finals at 2pm at Jet Blue Stadium.
The BVR 17U team won a pair of games Wednesday to punch their ticket to the Semifinals in the AAU underclassmen bracket. The Renegades got off to a quick start in the one game elimination bracket by defeating the BCC Patriots 10-0 in 5 innings. Willy Amador pitched 4 innings allowing only 2 baserunners and no hits while striking out 5. Ross Bludau pitched a scoreless 5th inning. At the plate the Renegades collected 10 hits led by Amador, Tanner Luna, Bludau and Kylen Harrell who all had 2 hits apiece.
 With the win the Renegades advanced to face back to back National Champions East Cobb Titans in the Quarterfinals. The Titans, who defeated the Renegades 5-0 in pool play had a bye in the 1st round.
Blaine Suehs retired 12 of the 1st 15 East Cobb batters he faced as the teams battled to a 0-0 tie untill the Renegades broke thru in the top of the 4th. Carson Skala and Tanner Luna led off with back to back singles and Amador drew a walk to load the bases with no outs. Ross Bludau then hit a grounder to 2nd on a drawn in infield however the the throw home was wide plating the 1st run of the game. Jeremy Pfuntner drove in a run with an RBI SAC fly and Kylen Harrell then delivered a 2 out RBI double to extend the lead to 3-0. East Cobb would answer with 3 runs of their own in the bottom of the 5th but Suehs would escape further damage by getting a groundout and flyout to end the inning and leave 2 East Cobb runners stranded in scoring position leaving the game deadlocked at 3. After both teams went scoreless in the 6th the Renegades went back to work in a pressure filled 7th.  Kylen Harrell again delivered a big hit, leading off the inning with a sharply hit single. Pinch runner Ryan Hendershot moved to 2nd on a SAC bunt by Suehs. Following a strikeout for the 2nd out of the inning, Jacob Moseley delievered a clutch 2 out RBI single to plate Hendershot and give the Renegades the lead. In the bottom of the Inning Suehs retired the 1st batter before giving up a 1 out walk. The runner then moved to 2nd on a wild pitch. With the drama increasing on each pitch Suehs got a called 3rd strike on a 2-2 pitch for the 2nd out of the inning. With the tying run standing on 2nd Suehs induced a 6-3 groundout to end the game and give the Renegades an emotional hard fought 4-3 victory. With the win the Renegades advance to the AAU underclassmen semifinals for the 2nd straight year and will face the Orlando Assult at 8am at Jet Blue #5. With a win the Renegades will advance to the National Title game at Jet Blue Stadium at 11am.



Monday, July 22
18 Maroon and 17U advance at AAU Nationals in Florida

The BVR 18 Maroon team, looking to defend its 2012 AAU National Championship, finished pool play at 3-0 defeating the Connecticut Bluejays 11-3, SW Florida Sox 8-4 and New Jersey Tigers 10-0 and will enter bracket play as the #1 overall seed. The Renegades will begin the double elimination bracket play Monday afternoon at 3:30pm at City of Palms Stadium against the winner of the New Jersey Tigers and Virgina Storm who play earlier in the day.
The BVR 17U team finished pool play at 2-1 defeating the Boston Southshore Huricanes 11-7 and Indiania Playmakers 11-1 and falling to the East Cobb Titans 5-0. The Renegades will begin championship pool play Monday morning against the Crystal Lake Cardinals of Illinois.



Friday, July 19
16 Maroon Advances to B.E.S.T Baseball Championship Game

The BV Renegade 16U Maroon team picked up two wins in B.E.S.T Baseball Championships in Pensacola, Florida today to advance to the Championship Game. Jacob Stegent threw a complete game shutout in a (1-0) Quarterfinal win over Team Louisiana. In the Semifinal game the Renegades faced the Hammond Yankees who beat the Renegades earlier in the tournament (1-0) for BVR's second loss. Jacob Kovar also pitched a complete game two hitter as the Renegades banged out 11 hits and routed the Yankees (13-1). BVR will face the Dullins Dodgers out of Memphis, Tennessee in the Championship Game on Saturday!

2013 TSL BVR INVITATIONAL SCHEDULE - SUNDAY PAIRINGS

Handout: 2013 BVR INV

Monday, July 1
BVR 17U and BVR 16U Maroon claim tourney titles over the weekend,

The BV Renegades 17U team went 5-0 and claimed the title of the 18U TSL Brenham Tournament with an 8-4 victory over the Houston Saints on Sunday afternoon at Blinn College. It was the 17U teams second consecutive week to reach a tourney championship game.
The 16U Maroon team finished 6-0 while claiming the championship at the 16U TSL Houston Classic, defeating the Texas Bandits Black 11-6 in the finals.
Congratulations to both teams on an outstanding weekend of Renegade Baseball.



Wednesday, June 26
16U BVR CLASSIC SCHEDULE - click here - UPDATES/ SUNDAY PAIRINGS

Wednesday, June 26
18U BVR CLASSIC SCHEDULE - click here - UPDATED - SUNDAY PAIRINGS

Sunday, June 9
3 BVR Players selected in MLB Draft

Two current and one former BVR players were selected in the MLB First Year Player Draft.


Ryan Ullmann - Washington Nationals
Tyler Stubblefield - Atlanta Braves
Ronnie Gideon - Colorado Rockies

Congratulations to these young men and their families.



Monday, June 3
Langwell makes MLB Debut

Former Brazos Valley Renegade Pitcher Matt Langwell made his Major League debut for the Cleveland Indians on Sunday June 2. Congratulations to Matt and his family.



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Sunday, May 12
2013 Rosters/Schedules/updates

Sunday, July 29
BVR Maroon claims AAU National Championship!

The Brazos Valley Renegades Maroon team defeated the Tallahassee Baseball Club 3-0 Sunday afternoon at Jet Blue Park in Ft Myers, FL to claim the AAU National Championship, it was the Renegades 2nd AAU National title in the last 3 years. The Renegades finished the tournament with a perfect 7-0 record.
Austin Baron, Jacob Huckabay, Ford Moore, Alec Paradowski and Matt Roberts were selected to the all tournament team. Congratulations to all players on an outstanding week.
 


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College Signees - Please visit our College Signee Page for full history of signees

2010 Signees
Jacoby Almaraz  (San Antonio Johnson HS) - San Jacinto College
Kevin Bishop (A&M Consolidated HS) -  Stephen F. Austin University
Krey Bratsen (Bryan HS) - Texas A&M University
Kyler Crenshaw (Brenham HS) - McNeese State University
Colton Eubanks (Caldwell HS) - Stephen F. Austin University
Derrick Hadley (Navasota HS) - Texas A&M University
Justin Hartgroves (Bryan HS) - Temple College
Dillon Knebel (Brenham HS) - Angelina College
Gregory Mendoza (Rogers HS) - Texas A&M University
Isaac Nuti (Brenham HS) - Texas State University
David Pfuntner (Bryan HS) - Houston Baptist University
Michael Todaro (A&M Consolidated HS) - Angelina College
Chase Wellbrock (Brenham HS) -  University of Houston
David Williams (Bryan HS) - Texas Southern University

2011  Signees/Commitments
Blake Allemand (Boerne Champion HS) - Texas A&M University
Corey Bentke (Brenham HS) - Wharton Junior College
Chance Bolcerek (Brenham HS) - Texas A&M University
Stafford Brantley (A&M Consolidated HS) - Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Andrew Brown (A&M Consolidated HS) - Texas A&M University
D.J. Cumby (Caldwell HS) - Wharton Junior College
Kyle Danford (Rudder HS) - Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Tyler Eppler (Navasota HS) - Texarkana College
Brig Gerlich (Seguin HS) - Texas Tech University
Billy Gonzalez (Rockdale HS) - West Texas A&M University
Taylor Holt (A&M Consolidated HS) - Sam Houston State University
Scott Jones (A&M Consolidated HS) - Blinn College
Chad Miles (Kyle Lehman) - West Texas A&M University
Tim Oberhelman (A&M Consolidated HS) - McMurry University
Dusty Palmore (A&M Consolidated HS) - Ranger College
Matt Roberts (New Waverly HS) - Angelina College
Ty Schlottmann (Brenham HS) - Texas A&M University
Jonathan Schmitz (A&M Consolidated HS) - Tarleton State University
Matt Smith (Rudder HS) - Temple College
Gandy Stubblefield (Lufkin HS) - Texas A&M University
Garrett Vail (Belton HS) - University of Central Arkansas
Hayden Vesely (Victoria St. Joseph HS) - Blinn College
Colten Walla (Brenham HS) - Angelina College
Duncan Wendel (Magnolia HS) - Baylor University
Tyler Widiker ( Magnolia West HS) - Henderson State University
Nick Wright (Belton HS) - Baylor University

2012 Signees
Kash Armstrong (Malakoff HS)- Concordia University
Jesse Baker (Brenham HS) - University of Texas San Antonio
Austin Baron (Rudder HS) - Galveston College
Connor Bertsch (Fayetteville HS) - Concordia University
Dylan Blaha (Weimar HS) - University of Houston Victoria
Kyle Bludau (Schulenburg HS) - Temple College
Ty Culbreth (Bryan HS) -University of Texas
Colin Fry (Bryan HS) - Blinn College
Austin Gallego  (Bryan HS) - Lincoln College
Seth Holbert (A&M Consolidated HS) - Sam Houston State
Jacob Huckabay (Bryan HS) - Univesity of Texas Pan American
Adam Hunter (Yoakum HS) - Weatherford College
Blake Kopetsky (Rudder HS) - Temple College
Kevin Kubezka (Benham HS) -Tyler Junior College
Marshall Laine (Bryan HS) - University of Texas Tyler
Grayson Long (Barbers Hill HS) - Texas A&M University
Miles Manning ( Victoria West HS) - Sam Houston State University
Chad McElroy (Uvalde HS) - Lubbock Christian University
Jaxton McNair (Brazos Christian HS) - Texas A&M University
AJ Minter (Tyler Brook Hill HS ) - Texas A&M University
Ford Moore (A&M Consolidated HS) - Sam Houston State
JB Moss (Tyler Brook Hill HS) - Texas A&M University
Cory Raley (Uvalde HS) - Texas A&M University
Kale Slone (New Braunfels HS) - Cisco College
Alec Paradowski (A&M Consolidated HS) - Wofford College
Austin Ray  (A&M Consolidated HS)- Sam Houston State
Casey Skalaban (Bryan HS) - Concordia University
Eric Stegent (Brenham HS) - Tyler Junior College
Cody Vasquez (Caldwell HS) - Galveston College
Garrett Webb (Brenham HS) - University of Mary Hardin Baylor



2013 signees/commitments

Hayden Besetzny (Schulenburg HS) - Texas A&M Kingsville
CJ Bills (Caldwell HS) - Navarro College
Travis Gibson (Bryan HS) - University of Louisiana Lafayette
Ronnie Gideon (Hallsville HS) - Texas A&M University
Cullen Jozwiak (Brenham HS)  - Blinn College
Troy Kacir (Yoakum HS) - Texas Lutheran University
Garrett Luna (Magnolia HS ) - San Jacinto College
Colin Miner (San Antonio Regan HS ) - Cisco College
Taylor Rich (Lovelady HS) - Tyler Junior College
Reed Robinson (Kingwood HS) - Blinn College
Brett Rohde (Fayetteville HS) - Blinn College
Gabriel Sager (A&M Consolidated HS) - Abilene Christian University
Zach Schneider (Converse Judson HS) - St. Mary's University
Tyler Stubblefield (Lufkin HS) - Texas A&M University
Jerry Vasquez (Victoria St. Joseph HS) - Alvin College
Cole Williams (Magnolia HS) - Stephen F. Austin Univeristy


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