We all had a great time in Tulsa, June 3rd at our first Oklahoma Jamboree.  Thanks must be given to Jeff Filali, Tulsa Elite, for helping us get this done.  Jeff is just one of the nicest people in the game, and without his help, we never could have come out there.  Arrowhead Park in Broken Arrow was a fabulous venue for the event.  If you have never been there, it is a great place with 10 fast pitch fields.  Obviously, they have had a ton of rain out there this spring and the fields held up very well.  

We had some great performances over the course of the day.  Makayla Jones, OK Gametime Stars , had a wonderful day.  Makayla is a fabulous athlete who is only begining to realize her potential.  Texas 2019 phenom, Isabella Dayton from the Mizuno Impulse, had an incredible break-out day and will be a national level recruit before all is said and done.  And finally, two Tulsa Elite players - Karsyn Brigance and Bailey Turner - showed that they are two of the most talented players remaining in their respective classes.

In the year ahead, we will be anxious to follow all the young ladies who came to the Oklahoma Jamboree.  We hope they all will continue to work hard and keep developing both that skill set, which is mandatory for every player who wishes to move on to the next level, and that individual athleticism which is becoming increasing important in the game today.


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