Stars of Tomorrow play 34 games in 4 days

Claire Beitel delivers a strike during a 12U softball game at Dream Fields last Saturday. Lancaster beat Denbigh twice to win the trophy. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Gloucester was the big winner last weekend in the annual Stars of Tomorrow Baseball and Softball Tournament at Dream Fields in Kilmarnock.

Some 20 teams from Lancaster, Middlesex, Gloucester, Denbigh, King William, King George and Glen Allen played 34 games in four days. Tournament play was held for both baseball and softball in 8U, 10U and 12U leagues.

Gloucester won the 8U girls machine pitch trophy as well as the 10U baseball and 10U softball tournaments.

King George was the winner of the 8U boys machine pitch tournament. Lancaster was the runner-up, while King William was third and Denbigh fourth.

Lancaster was second in 8U girls machine pitch.

Glen Allen was the runner-up in 10U baseball, while King William finished third, Denbigh fourth and Lancaster fifth.

Middlesex was the runner-up in 10U softball.

In the 12U baseball division, King William was the overall winner with Lancaster as the runner-up, Gloucester third, Middlesex fourth and Denbigh fifth.

Lancaster defeated Denbigh twice to win the 12U softball division.

We’d like to thank all of the players, coaches, umpires, fans and volunteers who helped to make this tournament another great success,” said tournament director Welby Saunders.