NEP’s Show Stoppers Win 16U Tournament

April 30, 2017

The Northeast Pensacola’s 16u Show Stoppers won the recent Gulf Coast Girls Softball Association Mid-Season 16u “A” Division Tournament held in Pace.

The Show Stoppers went 4-0, winning two games Saturday and two games on Sunday to bring the title back to NEP ball park.  The girls played great defense and ran the bases aggressively in beating teams from Pace, Navarre, Perdido, and Gulf Breeze.  The Annual GCGSA tournament has teams from 16 area ballparks, with over 70 teams participating in this year’s tournament.  Next up for the association is three more weeks of friendship games and ending with the GCGSA All Star Tournament from June 2-4 at the Molino ballpark.

Pictured: (front, L-R) Savannah Marshall, Courtney Adams, Hannah Halfacre, Abbie Burks, Taylor Greene, (back row) Asst. Coach Greg Holland, Madison Holland, Brianna Folmar, Natasha Halfacre, Payten Showalter, Michayla Kent and Head Coach Eric Showalter. Not pictured: Asst. Coach Phillip Folmar and Mattie Cochran. Submitted photo for, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “NEP’s Show Stoppers Win 16U Tournament”

  1. PHS 89 TIGERS on April 30th, 2017 11:57 pm

    Way to go Ransom Girls and the others

  2. Kelly Wilson on April 30th, 2017 10:47 am

    Nice job Payten Jade and Taylor. Way to go ladies!

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