Renegades Softball Association: Welcome

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2016 - USSSA Tournament Champions - 14U Johnston Team
Tuesday, August 23
WELCOME

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ASA Eastern Nationals - Runner Ups - 18U Rutherford

Welcome to the Renegades Fast-Pitch Home Page. The Renegades Fast-Pitch Association are competitive traveling teams based in Elizabeth, Pa., about 20 miles south of Pittsburgh. The Renegades field competitive teams for Girls 10 abd Under, 12 and Under, 14 and Under, 16 and Under and 18 and Under. The teams travel throughout the Eastern United States.

NOTICE -

10U TRY OUTS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 15TH AT TWELE FIELD HAVE BEEN CANCELED AND RESCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 29TH AT TWELE FIELD AT 6PM.

 

UPCOMING  TRY  OUTS  FOR  2017  TEAMS 

Try outs for the 2017 PA-Renegades are scheduled as follows:

10U-Schumacher team -  Monday, August 29TH at TWELE field at 6pm.

12U-Gimiliano team (first year team) - No positions available for this team.

12U-Chalovich team (second year team) - Call for private try out - phone number listed below.

14U-Komarnisky team (first year team) - No positions available for this team.

14U-Johnston team (second year team) - No positions available for this team.

16U-Sorton (first year team) - Call for private try out - phone number listed below - looking for a pitcher.

16U-Countryman team (first year team) - currently has one position available - looking for a pitcher - call for private try out - phone number listed below.

18U-Campbell team - currently looking for pitching - call for private try out - phone number listed below.

18U-Harvey 3n2 team - No positions available for this team

18U Rutherford team - currently looking for one pitcher/utility player to complete the 2017 season roster - if interested call for private try out - phone number listed below

 

GPS addresses:

TWELE field is:  525 Moray Lane, McKeesport, Pa. 15135.  Field is located behind the RAY's WAY Building.

ALTMAN PARK, Jeannette is:  180 Altman Road, Jeannette, Pa.

BEEDLE PARK - 1599 Decker Avenue, Clairton, Pa.

MOWRY PARK - 400 Mowry Drive, Pittsburgh (Pleasant Hills)

WOLF FIELD - 1700 Harrison Avenue, Jeanette  

 

If  unable to attend a scheduled try out - contact Head Coach to schedule a private try out.

Trisha Schumacher - 412-906-0056

Justin Gimiliano - 412-977-3197

Buck Chalovich - 412-498-9389

Bob Komarnisky - 412-480-3265

Donnie Johnston - 724-875-9597

Howie Sorton - 412-433-5890 

Shane Countryman - 412-670-3405 

Bob Campbell - 724-880-1759

Dutch Harvey - 724-961-7448 

Harry Rutherford - 412-559-5763 

 

CHECK BELOW FOR TOURNAMENT RESULTS FOR THE 2016 SEASON 

July 2016

CONGRATS to the following Renegades team members that were named to the PG All-Section Softball teams - from the 18U Harvey 3n2 team were Allie Harvey (Yough), Alona Sleith (Yough) and Breanna Ginter (Penn Trafford).  From the 18U Rutherford team were Erica Amoroso (BVA), Lacie Lautner (TJ) and Shelby Minardi (Monessen).  From the 16U Campbell team were Lexie Church (BVA) and Dana Vatakis (Monessen).

June 2016 

CONGRATS to the following Renegades team members confirming to continue their education and to play softball at their universities.  LACIE LAUTNER at Geneva College; ASHLEY HOAK at Carlow University; BAYLI MOON at CCAC South Campus; ERICA AMOROSO at Bethany College; and BRI GINTHER at UP-Johnstown.

December 2015

CONGRATS to SARAH TUREK on signing her acceptance letter to continue her education and play softball at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio.  Sarah will be majoring in Biology.  Sarah is a member to the PA-Renegades 18U Rutherford team.

November 2015

Great job on the Association's fund raiser -  the November CASH BASH - winning numbers available in the hand out section.

CONGRATS to ALLIE HARVEY and VANESSA FALCE on signing their Letter of Intent to attend SETON HILL UNIVERSITY to continue their education and softball careers.  Allie and Vanessa are members of the PA-Renegades 18U Harvey team.

CONGRATS to KELSEY KINNAMON on signing her Letter of Intent to attend LYNCHBURG UNIVERSITY to continue her education and softball career.  Kelsey is a member of the PA-Renegades 18U Harvey team.

 

October 2015 News

As of October 24th - Several Renegade teams are still looking to fill their 2016 rosters - the 12U team, the 14U Sorton and Heltebran teams, and the 18U Rutherford team - check out additional information below.

CONGRATS to the 18U Harvey team - finishing 4 and 1 in the Be the Best Fall tournament.

 

September 2015 News

It is with a heavy heart that we notify the Renegade family that we have loss one of our family members - Jim Gavatorta (Husband and Father of Krista and Kourtney - 16U Campbell team) passed away unexpectly earlier this week.  A private memorial was held on Friday, September 25th - Jim will be sorely missed by all - Krista and her children are in our thoughts and prayers.  A GoFundMe account has been set up to assist the family with this unexpected financial burden.  If you are able to contribute - go to www.gofundme.com - search "Gavatorta Family Memorial Fund" - to contribute.  

CONGRATS and GOOD LUCK to the following Renegades team members participating next weekend in the Queen of Diamonds South Showcase at West Liberty University:  Lauren Cain (Renegades-Rutherford); Addie Tagg (Renegades-Sorton) and Bri Sersevic (Renegades-Sorton).

 

Tournament results for the 2016 Season

Weekend of May 27-29 ....

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the ASA College Showcase held in Cranberry as the RUNNER UP, finishing the tournament with a 3-2 overall record.  The Rutherford team defeated the MC Gators in the first round, defeated the Pittsburgh Power Adams team in the second round, loss to the PA Outlaws Combined All-Star team in the third round game.  In the Loser's bracket, the Rutherford team defeated the Pittsburgh Pride Smith team for a rematch with the PA Outlaws Combined All-Star team in the CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.

Weekend of June 3-5 ....

Several Renegade teams participated in the USSSA IUP Showcase Tournament held in several Indiana, Pa. field complexes.  The IUP Showcase Tournament was canceled on Sunday due to rain and wet field conditions.

Weekend of June 10-12 ....

Several Renegade teams participated in the ASA Summer Slam Tournament held in various complexes in southwestern Pennsylvania.  Additional Renegade teams made the trip to Columbus, Ohio for the LazerNations tournament.  The 10U team participated in the USSSA tournament and finished in SECOND place.

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the Women's division in the Summer Slam and finished with a 4-0 record.  The 14U Sorton team and the 12U Chalovich team finished in THIRD place in their respective divisions. 

Weekend of June 17-19 ,,,,

The 18U Harvey 3n2 team participated in the ASA State Championship Tournament held in York, Pa. 

Weekend of June 24-26 ....

The 14U Sorton team and the 12U Chalovich participated in the ASA Fireworks Classic in Meadville, Pa.  Both teams finished pool play as the #1 seed.  Both teams made it to the CHAMPIONSHIP game in their age division.  The 12U team WON their championship game - the 14U Sorton finished as the RUNNER UP in their championship game.

The 16U Campbell team participated in the Aunt Rosie's International Tournament held in Amherst, New York.

Weekend of July 1-3 ....

Several Renegade teams participated in the ASA Battle of the Burgh Showcase Tournament held at various field complexes in the Cranberry Twp. area.  

The 18U Rutherford team finished the tournament 7-1, as the RUNNER UP in the 18U age division.  The team was 4-0 in pool play defeating the NITRO Carpenter team, the Pittsburgh Power - Adams team, the Ohio Pride and the Pittsburgh Power - Sherry team to be seeded #1 in their pool and drew a BYE in the first round of elimination games on Sunday.  In the second round on Sunday, the 18U Rutherford team defeated the YMCA Synergy team, 9-2.  In the third round, the 18U Rutherford defeated the Pittsburgh Lady Roadrunners Gold team, 6 to 1.  In the fourth round, the 18U Rutherford team defeated the Pittsburgh Spirit Premier team, 2-0.  The team loss the Championship game to the Outlaw PA ELITE team, 7 to 3. 

 The 14U Johnston Renegades team participated in the USSSA Dave Barnhart Memorial tournament held in Murrayville, Pa.  The team went 6-0 for the tournament and were the CHAMPIONS in the 14U age division.

Weekend of July 7-10 .... 

The 18U Rutherford team travelled to Virginia Beach to participate in the Atlantic Coast ELITE Showcase.  The team was 2-1 in showcase pool games - defeating Virginia Synergy (7-6); the Hampton Road Warriors (3-2) and losing to the Maroon Crush Showcase team (1-0).  The team finished the tournament in FOURTH place out of 45 teams with a 5-2 record in the double elimination portion of the tournament - defeating the Marron Crush - Shepherd team (7-0); the Bay River Rumble GOLD team (4-0); the Richmond Ruckus - Holloman team (12-7); the SYA Xplosion team (4-0) before losing to the Virginia Legacy ELITE Gold team (5-2) in the WINNER's bracket.  In the Loser's Bracket, the Renegades defeated the Maroon Crush Showcase team (5-1) before being eliminated from the tournament by the Virginia Unity team (6-5).

The 18U Harvey 3n2 team participated in the OHIO STINGRAY tournament in Columbus, Ohio.

The 16U Campbell team participated in the BUCKEYE SHOWDOWN tournament in Columbus, Ohio.

The 14U Sorton and 12U Chalovich teams participated in the USSSA Shootout tournament in Toledo, Ohio.  The Sorton finished the tournament with a 4-3 overall record and as the RUNNER UP in the 14U age division.  The 12U team finished the tournament with a 4-2 overall record.

The 14U Johnston team participated in the ASA TWIST tournament in Washington, Pa - finishing the tournament with an overall record of 2-2.

Weekend of July 15-17 ....

The 18U Rutherford, 18U Harvey 3n2, 18U Campbell and 10U Schumacher teams participated in the ASA Nationals Tune Up tournament held in South Fayette.

The 18U Harvey 3n2 team defeated the 18U Rutherford team in the CHAMPIONSHIP game in the 18U age division.  The Harvey 3n2 team went undefeated in the tournament with a 7-0 mark and the 18U Rutherford team finished the tournament with an overall record of 5 Wins, 1 Loss, 1 Tie.  

The 10U Schumacher team finished the tournament as RUNNER UP in their age division.

The 14U Sorton and Johnston teams and the 12U Chalovich team participated in the USSSA tournament in Penn Township.  The Sorton team finished the tournament as RUNNER UP in their age division.

Weekend of July 22-24  

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the ASA Year End Slugfest held in Beaver Falls.  The team advanced in the elimination rounds to the semi-finals, defeatig ROC Elite, 10-2 and Pittsburgh Power - Natili, 2-0 before heavy rains canceled the remainder of the tournament.

The 14U Sorton team travelled to Cleveland, Ohio to participated in the D1 Showcase Tournament.

The 14U Johnston team travelled to Columbus, Ohio to participated in the

Weekend of July 29-31

The 18U Harvey 3n2 and the 16U Campbell teams participated in the Triple Crown East Coast Nationals held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Weekend of August 3-7

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the ASA Eastern Nationals (for the fourth straight year) held in York, Pennsylvania.  The team finished 1-1 in pool play - losing to the Catonsville Chaos 3 to 2 and defeating the Virginia Outlaws, 5 to 2.  The team open the double elimination portion of the Nationals defeating Centre County Rampage 7 to 1.  Then the team defeated the Bay State Brats 11 to 6.  In the third round game in the winner's bracket, the Renegades defeated the Pittsburgh Pride 4 to 0.  In the fourth round winner's bracket game, the Renegades lost 4 to 3 to the Sellersville Belles.  Then the Renegades were eliminated from the ASA National tournament when they lost 6 to 3 to the Delaware Cobras.  The Renegades finished the tournament in FIFTH place.  The Rutherford team finished the 2016 season with an overall record of 38 WINS, 14 LOSES, and 3 TIES.

 

 

 

  

Tournament results for the 2015 Season:

Weekend of April 18-19 -

The 10U team playing in their first tournament, finished 2nd in the Pittsburgh Pride Spring Icebreaker Showdown Tournament.  The team 1-1-1 in pool play to receive the 2nd Seed.  On Elimination Sunday, defeated the Dubois Extreme, 7-2 before losing in the Championship Game to the Pittsburgh Bandits, 11-3.

Weekend of May 9-10

The 10U team playing in their second tournament, finished 2nd again.  Placing 6th in pool play on Saturday, eliminated the #3 and #2 seeds in the tournament on Sunday before losing in the Championship Game to the #1 Seed - Ohio Blast.

 Weekend of May 22-24

The 18U Rutherford and 16U Campbell teams played in the USSSA Memorial Day Weekend NIT Tournament held in Penn Twp.  The 18U Rutherford team went 4-1 in the tournament - defeating the YMCA Synergy 18U team 7=2; the Lady Vengenance team 6- 0; the PA-Cardinals team 5-2; the Pittsburgh Power - Kresak team 4-3 before losing to the Nitro Showcase Team 4-2.  The 16U Campbell team playing in the 18U division went 2-4 in the tournament -

Weekend of May 30-31

The Renegades Travel Softball Association participated the ASA Softball Tournament at West Newton, Washington Twp and at William Penn during the weekend. 

The 18U Rutherford team and the 16U Campbell team participated in the 18U division championship game.  The 18U team defeated the Pittsburgh Riot in the Quarter-Final game, 10-3; Team Pennsylvania Cyclones Gold in the Semi-Final game,  10-2; and the PA-Renegades-99 team in the Championship Game, 7-3.  The PA-Renegades-99 defeated the Thunder Crusaders in the Quarter-Final game, 6-5; andTeam All American in the Semi-Final to advance to the Championship Game. 

In the 14U age division, the PA-Renegades-Sorton team went undefeated in the tournament (6-0) defeating the Pittsburgh Pride in the Semi-Final, 5-1 and the Washington Wildfire, 18-0 in the Championship Game.

In the 10U age division, the PA=Renegades-Chalovich team finished 2nd, finishing the weekend 4-2 overall.

Weekend of June 5-7

The 18U Rutherford team, 16U Harvey and Campbell teams participated in the USSSA IUP Showcase Tournament in Indiana, Pa.

Weekend of June 12-14

The 16U Harvey and Campbell teams participated in the Lazer Nation Showcase Tournament in Columbus, Ohio.  The Campbell team finished THIRD in the tournament.

The 18U Rutherford and the 14U Sorton teams participated in the Toledo Tune Up Showcase Tournament in Toledo, Ohio.  The 14U Sorton team went undefeated for the weekend (6-0) finishing FIRST in their division.  The 18U Rutherford team finished second in their division with a 5-1 record.

Weekend of June 18-21

The 16U 3n2 Harvey team and the 18U Rutherford team participated in the ASA State Championships. 

The 16U 3n2 Harvey team went undefeated in pool play - and finished THIRD in the elimination round at the Oak Hill Regional Park;  the 18U Rutherford team also went undefeated in their pool games and finished THIRD in the elimination round at the West Mayfield complex. 

The 10U Chalovich team participated in the Father's Day Classic in Beaver Falls - the team was undefeated in pool games and finished THIRD in the elimination round.

Weekend of July 3-5

All Renegade teams participated in the ASA Battle of the Burgh Tournament.

The 10U Chalovich team finished 1 - 4 for the tournament.

The 14U Sorton team finished 3-3 for the tournament.

The 16U Campbell team finished 2-4 for the tournament.

The 16U Harvey 3n2 team finished 5-2 for the tournament.  The team was 3 - 1 in pool play and won their first two elimination round games before losing in the quarter-final game to the Power-Dobson team.

The 18U Rutherford team finished 6-1-1 for the tournament.  The team was 3-0-1 in pool play - and in the elimination rounds on Sunday - the team defeated the Pittsburgh Power - Endnance team in the first round 17-0; the Ohio Pride team in the second round 11-8 in extra innings on a Grand Slam home run by Jess Beitler; the Lady Roadrunners in the quarter-final round, 4-2; before losing in the semi-final to the Outlaws PA Premier team, 3-1.

Weekend of July 10-12

The 10U Chalovich team participated in the ASA TWIST tournament finished 3-1 for the tournament.  The team was undefeated in pool play (2-0) and (1-1) in the elimination rounds.

The 14U Sorton team participated in the USSSA Rebellion Tournament held at Consol Field - Washington, Pa., finishing SECOND losing to the Lady Knights in the Championship Game.

The 16U Campbell team participated in the Buckeye RecruitFest Tournament in Columbus, Ohio, finishing THIRD in the GOLD BRACKET elimination rounds.

The 16U Harvey 3n2 team participated in the Stingrays Showcase Tournament in Columbus, Ohio. The team finished 4-1 in pool play but the Sunday elimination rounds were canceled due to bad weather.

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the USSSA "Be the Best" Showcase Tournament in Glen Burnie, Maryland, finishing the round robin event, 2-2-1.

Weekend of July 17-19

The 14U Sorton team finished their 2015 travel season participating in the ASA Aunt Rosie's International Tournament held in Amherst, New York.  The team finished the tournament 2-2.

The 18U Rutherford team participated in the ASA Nationals Tune Up tournament held in South Fayette Township.  The team was undefeated in pool play (6-0) and earned the #1 Seed for the elimination playoff round.  The 18U team defeated Legends Fastpitch team in the semi-final (6-3) and the Pittsburgh Power - Vojtash (7-0) in the Championship Game.

Weekend of July 24-26

The 16U Harvey (Renegades 3n2) and 18U Rutherford teams participated in the ASA Year End Slugfest tournament in Beaver Falls.  The 18U Rutherford finished FIRST in their pool (4-0) and were seed #1 for the elimination rounds and received a first round bye.  The Harvey 3n2 team finished second in their pool (3-1).  The 18U team defeated the Screaming Eagles in the quarter-final game, 15-0; the Pittsburgh Spirit - Quinn team in the semi-final game, 6-1 and defeated the Fielder's Choice Elite team (from Virginia) in the Championship Game, 7-6.

The Harvey team is headed for the Triple Crown National Tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and the Rutherford team is headed for the ASA Eastern National Tournament in LaPlata, Maryland.

Week of July 29 - Aug 2

Renegades 18U Rutherford team finished as RUNNER UPS - ASA NATIONALS (EASTERN) TOURNAMENT

The 18U Rutherford team travelled to La Plata, Maryland to participate in the ASA "Class A" Eastern National Tournament.  The team finished the tournament with 6Wins, 2 Loses.  The Renegades defeated the Hampton Road Vipers (Virginia) (5-2) and the Southern Maryland Velocity (2-0) in pool play to receive a bye for the first round playoff games.  In the second round playoff game, the Renegades defeated the OFC Heat (Ohio) (9-0).  In the third round game, the Renegades defeated the PA-Outlaws (4-2).  The Renegades lost to the Hampton Road Vipers 4-1 in the Winner's Bracket Final.  The Renegades then defeated the New Jersey Outlaws 12-11 in the Loser's Bracket Final to advance to the Championship Game.  The Renegades loss to the Hampton Road Vipers in the Championship Game.  The Rutherford 18U team finished the 2015 Travel Season with an Overall Record of 51 Wins, 11 Loses, 2 Ties - Great Season Girls - CONGRATS.

Renegades 3n2 (16U Harvey) team finsihed as RUNNER UPS - TRIPLE CROWN (GOLD) NATIONALS

The Renegades 3n2 team travelled to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to participate in the TRIPLE CROWN National Tournament containing 52 teams.  The team finished the tournament with 8 Wins, 3 Loses.  The Renegades 3n2 team defeated the West Virginia Diamond Dusters, Illinios Gold, Carolina Lightning Elite (twice), New Jersey Venom, New Jersey Rampage, and the Ohio Hawks - Harrell.  They lost to Team Kentucky Gold in the Championship Game.  CONGRATS to the girls - AWESOME performance.

 

 

 


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2015 - Triple Crown Tournament Runner Ups - Renegades 3n2

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