Southeast tops Asia-Pacific to win World Series!

August 9, 2015

A five-run explosion in the second inning lifted U.S. Southeast to a 9-2 win over Asia-Pacific Saturday to win the 2015 Junior Softball World Series championship.

Southeast scored in the second on an RBI double by Mackenzie Herman, a sacrifice fly by Cassidy Renninger, an RBI double by Chloe Boos, and an RBI single by Lani Trent.

Boos put herself in scoring position with three extra-base hits for Southeast.

Renninger picked up the win for Southeast. Renninger pitched seven innings and allowed no earned runs, four hits and two walks while striking out five.

Jojielyn Lim racked up two RBIs on one hit for Asia-Pacific. She homered in the third inning.

Southeast was sparked by Boos and Trent, who teamed up for six hits and four RBIs.

Congratulations to Southeast, Asia-Pacific and all the teams that participated in this terrific World Series. We hope to see many of you back again next year!

See the box score, summary and all the statistics at GameChanger.


Saturday’s Championship Game time is 1 p.m.!

August 7, 2015

Saturday’s Championship Game is now scheduled for 1 p.m. Pacific time! Be sure to make a note of it if you’re coming out to Everest Park or watching on the ESPN networks (check your local listings for time and channel). You can see the full, updated schedule on our website,


Check out our World Series photos on Facebook!

August 6, 2015


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We have a lot of outstanding images of the World Series from the very talented Marshall Hollis at our Facebook page. And you can see more of Marshall’s World Series work at

CORRECTING LINK: Live scoring of all games on GameChanger

August 3, 2015

You can keep up with all the World Series action with live scoring at GameChanger.

You can also see box scores, individual statistics, schedules and much more at this exciting site. Be sure to bookmark it and you’ll never miss any action.

First two games are in the books

August 2, 2015

Latin America and Canada were the first two winners on the first day of the 2015 Junior Softball World Series.

Latin America overpowered Europe-Africa, 20-3, while Canada edged the U.S. Central team, 11-10.

Be sure to bookmark to follow all the scores and standings.