The coaching staff of David Tindell, Dewayne Scott, Shane Holcomb, T.J. Hunt and Phil Brown helped direct Boynton to a 26-0 record that included district, state and world series titles.
Tindell said he and the coaches couldn’t be more proud of the team and its effort this season.
He said six of the girls played together on last year’s five-year-old team.
“The girls have worked real hard merging together and gelling as a team,” Tindell said. “They’ve played in 90 to 100-degree weather and they’ve never complained one bit… like I’ve said it’s just been a great group of girls to coach. I’m so proud of each and every one of them for their accomplishments.”
Tindell said his team has been blessed with good athletes and good parents that combined to make for a good season.
“They’ve worked to make sure the girls were at practice, and made sure the girls had everything they needed as far as water and food,” Tindell said. “It’s just been a great group to work with.”
The team is made up of Waverli Brown, Lexi Cantrell, Zoey Defoor, Lexi Duckett, Jessica Gibson, Sydnie Holcomb, Madi Hunt, Aaliyah Rodgers, Hannah Scott, Caroline Tindell and Addi Yates.
Duckett was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.
Scott, Hunt, Gibson and Defoor were named to the All-Tournament team.