2022 Recruiting - Softball

Discussion in 'Softball' started by Ellis21d, Feb 24, 2019.

  1. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob Johnson 1,000+ Posts

    WATCH: H.S. baseball, softball playoff highlights & scores (May 20, 2021)
    Some highlights of Citlaly Gutierrez in case some have not seen her pitch. Her team got the run rule victory after Citlaly struck out 15 of the 16 batters she faced. She is very very underrated Imo and should and will be ranked once she begins to attend more camps and get more exposure
     
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  2. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Texas UIL softball playoffs:.
    Regional final round: 8 teams in each class remaining
    Citlaly Gutierrez - Stamford winner 2A Region 1 District 7 won there Regional Quarterfinal round game over Forsan 2-0. Scores were 10-0 & 8-0. They now play Runner-up District 4 Colorado.

    Reese Atwood - Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 2nd in 4A Region 4 District 31 lost there Regional Semifinal round game over Boerne 2-0. Scores were 4-3 & 23-3
    Leighann Goode - San Antonio Northside O'Conner 2nd in 6A Region 4 District 29 lost there Regional Semifinal round game against Judson 2-1. Scores were 2-9, 12-11 & 12-0. Looks like they ran out of gas.
     
  3. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Texas UIL softball playoffs:.
    State championship round: The Final 4.
    Citlaly Gutierrez - Stamford winner 2A Region 1 District 7 won there Regional Finals round game over Colorado 2-0. Scores were 7-1 & 8-2. They now head to Austin to play in the State Championship tournament. There first game will be against West Sabine winner district 23.
    The Final four consists of:
    Stamford
    West Sabine
    Crawford
    Weimar

    Reese Atwood - Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 2nd in 4A Region 4 District 31 lost there Regional Semifinal round game over Boerne 2-0. Scores were 4-3 & 23-3
    Leighann Goode - San Antonio Northside O'Conner 2nd in 6A Region 4 District 29 lost there Regional Semifinal round game against Judson 2-1. Scores were 2-9, 12-11 & 12-0. Looks like they ran out of gas.
     
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  4. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Citlaly Gutierrez’s Stamford team will be playing on Tuesday.
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  5. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    A short interview with Citlaly.
     
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  6. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Citlaly and the Stamford Bulldogs move on to the State Championship game tomorrow night 7pm. She gave up 2 hits and had 8 strikeouts.

     
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  7. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    Your opinions on if the quality of competition in softball correctly reflects the skills of incoming players?

    Explicitly, Simpson (2021) is in 5A and Gutierrez (2022) is in 2A. I know that in football players that are monsters in 1A or 2A don't make realistic contributions when they get to college.

    But we know that players like Simpson and Gutierrez play club. So is it really club that's the true gauge of a player?
     
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  8. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    They play a lot of club ball so it is the better gauge. However the pitchers in 2A winning games is still impressive because the defense behind her is usually terrible.

    Gutierrez seems to throw really hard it pops the mitt.
    Simpson throws hard as well but with more movement.
     
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  9. Moooooo

    Moooooo 5,000+ Posts

     
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  10. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Citlaly and the Stamford Bulldogs take home the state title! Citlaly pitched a 6 hitter with 14 strikeouts and scored 2 of of Stamford‘s 5 runs.
     
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    Last edited: Jun 3, 2021
  11. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Wow only 1 earned run and Citlaly gets the MVP of course!
     
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  12. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    This has highlights of the game and an interview with Citlaly. Poor girl from Crawford just drops an in field pop up to give Stamford the 2 runs they need to go ahead! Devine intervention? Both teams had 4 errors.
     
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    Last edited: Jun 3, 2021
  13. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Texas had Reese Atwood and Viviana Martinez make this All American All Star team.
     
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    Last edited: Jun 14, 2021
  14. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob Johnson 1,000+ Posts

    I saw Katie Cimusz made the team for 2021 but I'm confused how Sophia Simpson didn't make it?? Curious if she chose not to participate or she was left out.
     
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  15. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    Its only for teams going to PGF this year. Hotshots organization are the only Texas team I believe that are going. The Bombers and most other teams are going to the Alliance Championship. Mia Scott, Sophia Simpson, Mya Holmes, Ashton Mahoney all made that all start game.
     
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  16. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob Johnson 1,000+ Posts

    Thank you for that! Do you by chance know when that game is?
     
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  17. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    The Alliance all Star game is July 27 in OKC per this article. Vanessa Quiroga seems to be our only recruit not on an all Star team. She must be Coach White’s sleeper!
    Alliance All-Star Game
     
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  18. Moooooo

    Moooooo 5,000+ Posts

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  19. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    Wow! What a loaded club team!
     
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  20. Vol Horn 4 Life

    Vol Horn 4 Life 5,000+ Posts

    Yep, the national gold teams at 14U, 16U & 18U are typically ranked in the top 5 in the country every year but usually #1 or #2. The bombers pretty much get their pick of who they want. My daughter played in this organization on the National Gold Elite and Houston gold teams. The top 5-8 teams in that organization at just about every age group can pretty much beat any other team in the country on any day.
     
  21. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Cat Osterman also recently signed as part of the coaching staff and Director of Pitching Performance for the Bombers!
     
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  22. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    Nice article on Maddie Powykalski! Hope she’s as good as advertised!
     
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  23. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts


    Must have come for official visit?

    (Maddie Pomykalski)
     
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  24. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob Johnson 1,000+ Posts


    All of our 2022 commits on their official visit:hookem:
     
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    Last edited: Sep 19, 2021
  25. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    It dawned on me that most of these players didn't get their official visit as campuses were mostly remote and COVID restrictions for visitors. So, this batch will be signing in November.
     
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  26. Ellis21d

    Ellis21d JediHorn

    I really look forward to getting Maddie on Campus! This girl is constantly in her Texas gear and retweeting and posting stuff about Texas. Love that enthusiasm and commitment!
     
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  27. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    I agree seems like a real good culture player. Ranked number 75 by Extra Innings. I dont put much weight into these because they are less scouted and more about what the club coach push.

    T-75—Maddie Pomykalski, IF/OF, West Bay Warriors (Texas)
    Maddie was a standout on the Chicago Cheetahs last year but when the team aged out she found a team to her liking in the West Bay Warriors in Northern California. She has had explosive offensive outburst this year including one stretch where she went 7-for-10 with two home runs and eight RBIs for her Lincoln Way East (Frankford, Illinois) High team and as chronicled in this Recruiting Spotlight from August, she all but clinched a scholarship to the University of Texas when she had a day to remember at the Triple Crown tourney earlier this year when she smashed four home runs, hit a double and triple with 8 RBIs in two games with the Longhorn coaches watching. For the Spring and Summer (combining high school and club play), Maddie batted .440 with 13 homers, 22 doubles, seven triples and hit 52 RBIs in 59 games.
     
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  28. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    [​IMG]T-36—Citlaly Gutierrez, P, Texas Bombers – Smith (Texas)
    Citlaly played for James Burgess’s Bombers team last year and was relatively unknown until this past Summer when she helped her team to a Top 10 finish at Alliance Nationals. The 5-foot-11 pitcher has a good riseball and off-speed stuff while throwing in the mid-60’s. She was discovered by the Bombers staff playing for a small team in New Mexico before joining the Texas-based club power and then, after moving to Texas, helped her Stamford High team win the 2A state championship by throwing a complete game with 14 K’s and hitting a key home run in the 5-4 title game. Ironically, the championship was held where she will play her college ball, at McCombs Field on the University of Texas campus.
     
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  29. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    T-17—Leighann Goode, IF, Texas Bombers – Smith (Texas)
    Leighann is from San Antonio and can get it done on offense and defense. She played soccer when younger and has the quick, explosive movements that serve her well playing in the infield and making her way around the base paths. The future Longhorn has a plus arm at shortstop and has been converted to play third base as well so versatility is a strength for the excellent all-around athlete. Leighann has power to all fields and last Summer hit .357 for the Bombers with six home runs and 53 RBIs. She’s a right-handed hitter who runs well with her plus speed—been clocked at 2.7 home-to-first—and has been described by her coaches as a “hard-nosed player.” Click HERE to read more about Leighann in an Extra Star Power article done last year.
     
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  30. NBhornfan

    NBhornfan 100+ Posts

    [​IMG]T-5—Reese Atwood, C, Hotshots Premier (Texas)
    Reese is a 6-foot-1 catcher who has not just a great frame but a burning desire to make her pitcher as successful as she can be. The senior does it all defensively and offensively thanks to her plus plus tools in all parts of her game. She has been clocked with a 1.7 second pop time and at one point for the Hotshots out of Texas she was 9-for-13 in nailing runners at second or third. With the bat, the senior at Tuloso-Midway High in Corpus Christi, Texas, hits for power and is usually found in the cleanup or 5-spot in the lineup. Reese made the 2021 Extra Inning Softball All-Summer Team (18U) after she hit .456 with 47 total hits including nine home runs and 13 doubles and scored 24 runs while driving in 34. Like many in the Hotshots organization, she has won multiple national championships; for Reese, it’s three.
     
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