Rage Cage have strong showing at first baseball tournament | Sports brief

By Megan Managan | Jun 03, 2014
Courtesy of: Carol Weber Jordan Glover waits for a pitch during the Spokane Super Bash baseball tournament in Spokane over Memorial Day Weekend. Glover and his teammates are part of a new baseball team the Rage Cage, featuring players from Mukilteo.

Earlier this spring, two coaches from Mukilteo put together a new U12 baseball team full of local players, with the goal of focusing on playing in tournaments.

The team, called Rage Cage after their title sponsor, Rage Cage battling complex in Everett, participated in their first tournament over Memorial Day Weekend the 2014 Spokane Super Bash.

The team competed with 24 others at the tournament from Washington and Montana in the U12 division.

Rage Cage started the tournament as a surprise beating veteran teams from Seattle and Missoula, advancing to the Gold Division semifinals.

Rage Cage faced off against the Montana Dirtbags during the division semifinals, and though Rage Cage held off the Montana team through the first three innings, they would lose 5-0.

The team includes Ryan Aceto, Caleb Atoigue, Andrew Bellecy, Zachary Bloch, Waylon Garrett, Jordan Glover, Rogelio Martinez, Joseph McBride, Mason Scheffler, Jorge Urrutia Jr., Syrus Vannatta and James Weber. The team is coached by Peter Bellecy and Ed Atoigue.

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