Rawlings Prospect-Menard 14's (Major)
The Prospect-Menard 14's had a season for the record books. The team finished as a top 5 nationally ranked team according to travel ball select. The team won 13 tournaments this year in 17 attempts including a Super NIT and a National Title.
The team decided to not play in state this year and instead went and played in the AAU National championship. The team took home the title. The Prospects knocked off several number one ranked teams throughout the year enroot to a 71-12 overall record. This team is already on the radar maps of some national recruiting sites.
Rawlings NWA Prospect 14's (Major)
The Prospect NWA 14's won 3 tournaments this year while posting a 30-13 record. The Northwest part of the state played fewer games this year due to hostile weather conditions throughout.
Rawlings Elite-Stuckey 14's (Major)
The Elite 14's didn't let early season injuries hold them back. The team won 3 tournaments and finished runner-up 3 times. They won when it counted capturing the Arkansas 14u Major State Championship. The team went 36-22 on the season.
Rawlings Select-Mourning 14's (AAA)
The Select-Mourning 14's won 7 tournaments this year including the 14 AAA State Championship and a Global World Series. They finished with a 41-31 record on the campaign.
Rawlings Select-Davis 14's (AA)
After a rocky start to the season, the Select-Davis group finished the year strong. Coach Josh Chareet was brought in to right the ship, and right the ship he did. The team started off 10-14 before the arrival of Josh. The players bought into his system and finished with an overall record of 26-19 while winning two tournaments.
Rawlings DQ Prospect 13's (Major)
The DQ Prospect 13's had a very impressive season. The team captured a Super NIT Title, the 13 Major State Championship, and a Global World Series Championship. The team went a combined 50-4 and was another Rawlings club that ranked in the top 5 according to travel ball select. They won 8 out of the 11 tournaments they entered.
Rawlings Prospect-Kenny 13's (Major)
The Prospects played up more than half the season to help prepare them for high school baseball. The team managed to finish 53-27 and finish runner-up in the state tournament. Of the teams 27 losses, 20 of them were by 2 runs or less. The team won 5 tournaments throughout the season. Coach Josh Chareet will be taking over the helm of this team as Coach Kenny will be moving to a new age group.
Rawlings Prospect-Lister 13's (AAA)
The Prospects-Lister 13's dominated the competition down the stretch. They won 5 tournaments this year including the AAA State Championship and a World Series Runner-up. The team had a combined record of 52-28.
Rawlings Select-Cochran 13's (AA)
The Select 13's battled injury throughout the year but did not let that get their spirits down. They combined to win 17 games in their first season. Coach Cochran will be joining Coach Kenny in moving to another age group.
Rawlings NWA Prospect 13's (Major)
The NWA Prospects won 3 tournaments this year while finishing 3rd in state. The team went a combined 29-19 and is expected to make a big jump next year when all of its players are healthy.
Rawlings Prospect-Roberson 12's (Major)
Chris Roberson was at it again this season. The team lost 4 players throughout the year due to injuries, but Coach Ro coached them up to win 7 tournaments. The team finished 47-20 on the year. With two key injured players expected to be back at the beginning of next season, Coach Ro expects an even better future for the club.
Rawlings NWA Prospect 12's (Major)
The NWA Prospects continued their success from the 2012 campaign by winning 5 tournaments this season. The team had a combined record of 33-20 for the season.
Rawlings NWA Muddogg 12's (AAA)
The early season success of this Muddogg group got them bumped from AA to AAA. They continued to scratch and claw winning 2 tournaments and collecting a 21-30 mark for the season.
Rawlings Select-Taylor 12's (AA)
The Select-Taylor group had a great first year as a new team. They won 4 tournaments throughout the year and competed well from start to finish. The team had a record of 22-19. The organization has a lot of confidence that this team will continue to grow under the leadership of Coach Taylor.
Rawlings DQ Prospect 11's (AAA)
The DQ Prospect 11's had solid season posting a 31-33 record. The team won 1 tournament, but came in as runner-ups 4 times. The team was able to hit the ball from top to bottom and will be much improved next year as their pitching continues to develop.
Rawlings Select-March 11's (AA)
This Select group competed well within its Class amongst 11 teams. The team combined to win 2 tournaments and had 3 runner up finishes. The team combined to go 23-31 for their first season together.
Rawlings Prospect-McWilliams 10's (Major)
The Prospects stayed in class all season despite being beat up early in the season. The Prospects won 1 tournament and came in as a runner up 4 times this season. The raced to a 26-30 finish. Coach Kenny from the 13's will be taking over this age group next season.
Rawlings Muddogg-Carpenter 10's (AAA)
The Muddogs won their last 2 tournaments of the season. One of these tournaments was the Arkansas 10AAA state championship. The team finished 20-10 and is looking forward to the jump to Major next season. With the Hall of Fame Razorback at the helm, Bubba Carpenter.
Rawlings Prospect Newton 9's (Major)
This team was well coached and grew together all season long. The team was brand new last fall and started as 9AA. They won the fall state championship and were bumped to AAA. The team kept winning and was promptly bumped again to major. Coach Newton's Prospect team won 6 tournaments this season and finished 3rd in the Major state tournament. The team went a combined 39-17.
Rawlings Prospect-Tissue 8's (Major)
While most 8 year old teams in the state were playing machine pitch, this group of Prospects spent its weekends playing up in the 9's in kid pitch. This group of players is nationally ranked and collected a lot of hardware this season despite playing up. The team collected 10 tournament wins this season and finished runner-up in the state title game losing by 1 run. The team went 39-18 on the season. Coach Tissue feels as if his team will be better prepared going into the next season as his guys have already been throwing from the bump a year ahead of most.
Rawlings Prospect-Miller 7's (AAA)
The highest class for 7 year olds is AAA, and we are proud to say we had the best two 7's in the state. The Miller Spects started off the season hot and finished even hotter. The team won a combined 10 tournaments on the year including the AAA State championship. The team went 32-16 while playing up in the 8's most of the season.
Rawlings Prospect-Fecher 7's (AAA)
The highest class for 7 year olds is AAA, and we are proud to say we had the best two 7's in the state. The Fletch Spects won 5 tournaments this season and finished runner-up to the other Prospect team. This team played up a majority of the season aginst the 8's.