Wow! This group of athletes lived up to our expectations for sure. The memories are locked in. Cian Noli (2025 1B) from Arizona hitting three shots off the clock tower in centerfield. Maggie Hamblin (2026 3B/1B) roping shot after shot out of the park in right field that rolled down the street to the bottom of the hill.
Additional big time hitters – Payton Crank, Raegan Holtorf, and Emma French. Payton (2025 OF) is a solid middle of the line up hitter. Raegan and Emma will hit for average and some power numbers. You can imagine the impression that was made on all those in attendance as these four talented hitters cycled thru one right after the other.
But that wasn’t all. Let’s not forget four 2026 catchers who put on a show – Lilly Mann, Karmen Vasquez, Alyssa Torres, and Torynn Slaughter. In the space of five minutes, 4 legit DI hitters came up one right after another.
Rest assured that college coaches will be flocking to games out here to see these talented players. Violet Mitchell, Samantha Alekman, Kylee Espinoza, Sofia Hernandez, Nevaeh Hall-Flores, Chloe Preuss, Saylor Hinkson, Madelyn Armendariz, Ava Briski, Alexys Busch, Taylor Faga, Sienna Caro, Karsyn Norton, Shelby Southard, Kale’a Tindal, Jordin Washington, and Sydnee Williams. We wish that we could mention more, but it is simply impossible to mention everyone right here.
Additionally, the young players were super. Be on the lookout for 2027 pitchers Ivy Burnham, Kendal Headley, Abigail Schweigerdt, Catalina Medina, and Kamryn Brannon. 2027 catchers Alexis Mujica, Alexis Ortiz, and Riley Hilliard. And position players Reese Hilliard, Avyn Brower, Taylor Sansaver, Zaliyah Jones, Charli Moreno, Aaliyah Mosqueda, Sacha Zalamea, , Sienna Balistreri (2028), and Nevaeh Wilson (2028). All show amazing potential with a big upside.
And finally I want to talk about one very special player. Sophia Burmeister (2025 C). Defensively, she is great. Offensively, she will hit for power and average. With continued work on her game and her athleticism, this young lady has a chance to be a great catcher. We will be excited to see what the future holds for her.
Thanks to all those who were in attendance for this memorable Rosetta Canyon Jamboree. A number of these players will be invited to the National Elite Camp that will be held in conjunction with Nationals in late July.
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