2016 Cougars Elite Team Try-outs
Grace & Truth Sports Park (9u - 11u), $10 per player
The College at Brockport (13u – 17u), $10 per player
9u Team: August 22 & 23, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
10u Team: August 22 & 23, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
11u Team: August 15, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
12u Cooperstown Dreams Park Team:
13u Team: August 22, 12:00pm – 2:00pm & August 23, 11:00pm - 1:00pm
14u Team: August 22, 12:00pm – 2:00pm & August 23, 11:00pm - 1:00pm
16u & 17u Team: August 22 & 23, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Rochester Cougars would like to announce the tryouts of our 12U Cooperstown team. The tryout is at 1:00 PM on Saturday August 8th at Grace and Truth Sports Park, there is a $10 fee for the tryout. Please CLICK HERE for directions. An alternative date of Sunday 8/9 is open to any players who can not attend on Saturday. The make-up try-out on Sunday is going to be held at 1:00 PM at 198 south st, Pittsford, NY.
Our 12U Cooperstown team is coming off 41-6-1 season record.. Please join us for the tryout on Saturday to see if you have what it takes to join Cougar Nation!
Please CLICK HERE and pre-register so we have your information prior to the try-out
The 12u Cougars team had a long hard battle during pool play in the Lewiston Lancer Classic Tournament. They landed a low seed in the playoffsthen they fought hard and won 3 games in a row, capping off the weekend with a Championship. Congratulations 12u Cougars!!!
The 11u Cougars Elite clicked on all cylinders at this weekend Clarence Tournament. Pool Play began Friday vs North Buffalo Blaze. The Cougars Bats were hot scoring 12 runs in a 12-3 victory. The Cougars next opponent was MMB Black. The boys bats continued to stay hot scoring 12 more runs. Great pitching by AJ and Greyson to go with outstanding fielding led to a 12-2 victory. Pool play final opponent was Lancaster Mahen. The scorching bats scored 14 runs. Braden and Tyler locked things down on the mound in a 14-3 victory. 11u Cougars earned the 1 seed and played Lancaster Mahen in the semi finals. While this game was a little closer then pool play game, the
Cougars strong defense and pitching proved to be to much for Lancaster. Cougars moved on to Championship game with a 4-0 Victory. In the finals the Cougars played the host Clarence Reds. James set the tone on the first pitch of the bottom of first by going yard. There was no looking back from there. Outstanding defense (2 double plays) Filthy pitching by James, Braden and Keegan and timely hitting by many gave the cougars a well deserved 7-1 victory. CONGRATULATIONS to these young successful ball players. These group of boys ended a amazing summer of baseball with a 41-6-1 record. 3 of the losses by 1 run.