After a great first bracket game, the Fire sizzled out in game two. Giving up 10 runs while scoring only 1 to the Texas Swagger.
Fire defeated the Katy Rockers 9:1 in their first game of pool play. The boys were hitting and had great gloves to carry them to victory. Fire then fell to Sienna S.W.A.T. 16:8. Fire trailed the entire game and fought to hang on, and rallied near the end, but just couldn’t catch up. Fire seated 11th out of a field of 19 teams. Bracket play for the Fire starts at 12 noon on Sunday (3/27) at West Little York #5. Tournament Bracket
This past June, for the second year in a row, the coaches of the Houston Fire were blessed to lead a mission to the Sosua area of the Dominican Republic. The mission consisted of baseball, volleyball, and basketball camps with a Vacation Bible School component. This year 2 members of our home team and their families joined us in the Dominican Republic. There were 7 baseball camp sites staffed by 92 missionaries hosting close to 2000 kids from the ages of three to eighteen. We planted the seeds of salvation and Christ blessed our efforts with close to 700 ...
Houston Fire seeded #2 for Cy-Fair 12U Select season play. Their first play off game was against the Cypress Cyclops. After a slow start with the Cyclops leading 2:0, the Fire came back and defeated the Cyclops 9:2. The highlight of the game was a GRANDSLAM hit by Garrett Warner! Garrett has worked diligentlyall season to achieve this goal. Congratulations Garrett on a job well done! [caption id="attachment_383" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Garrett with his parents & sister, holding his GRANDSLAM ball."] Fire play their next play off game on Thursday at 8:00 p.m. at West Little York #2. [/caption] [caption id="attachment_384" ...
After leading the Stars the entire game, the Fire won 5:4. The boys are now moving on to face the Sienna S.W.A.T.
In the second pool game of the day against the Bay Area Venom, the Fire fought to the very end. For most of the game the score was tied 1:1 and could have gone either way several times. The Bay Area Venom pulled a head to defeat the Fire 3:1
After an outstanding weekend of baseball the Fire gave up five runs to the Texas Swagger for the loss. The boys played very well and have a lot to be proud of. The last two teams they played today are ranked in the top five teams in the state of Texas! In addition by being one of the top four teams on this tournament, they qualified for state tournament. Way to go Fire!
After seeding 4th on Saturday, the Houston Fire played three back-to-back games to finish the tournament in second place. Fire started off the day facing the 5th seeded Extreme Houston and defeating them 10:2. The Fire then went on to face the 8th seeded Xtreme Heat Baseball winning 17:9. Wyatt Faulkner hit a grandslam, one of the many exciting plays over the weekend. The Fire then went on to face the 2nd seeded Seminoles. It was a great game! Both teams played hard never giving up. In the end, Seminoles won 6:3.
After two difficult games on Saturday, the Fire seeded eighth and started tournament play with a bang on Sunday morning, playing the Magnolia Apaches. After three innings of play time expired and the Fire won 17:4. The next game is at 1:00. Tournament Bracket
The Houston Fire defeated the Katy Storm in their first bracket game 7:1 to move on to face the Texas Swagger in their next game.
The Fire played an awesome game against the Sienna SWAT and came away with a 10:4 victory to move into the semi-finals as one of the final four teams out of a field of 19.
The Houston Fire is a Christ Centered Baseball Team involved in mission work in the Dominican Republic. This year some of the Houston Fire Baseball families hosted 18 Dominican players and coaches for an entire week! Here’s what we did…
My heartfelt thanks to ALL of you that participated in activities or helped out through prayer, support, or involvement; please know that your efforts made an impact on the Dom folks and it will never be forgotten. What an honor to make an impact for the kingdom of heaven.
If you are searching for a truly unique baseball family to call home; call me at 832-671-8317.
Thanks, and God Bless! Jaime Arrendondo
Working with Athletic Missions International, Coach Jaime Arredondo, his wife Diana and 4 former Fire players hosted a baseball camp/vacation bible school in the Sousa area of the Dominican Republic this past June.
The camp had a great turnout as 9 volunteers worked with over 100 kids from ages 2 to 16 years old. We were blessed with many kids accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Plus we had a chance to play and teach baseball with a great group of kids and local coaches. We will be going back in June of 2013, join us if you can!
In January of 2012 The Christian based Houston Fire started a team from scratch. Our goal was to put together a group of high character, athletic Metro players and parents, for the long haul. We knew that as we taught the fundamentals of Select baseball that we “would take our lumps” on the scoreboard… and we did. BUT! The results are that now we have a fundamentally sound group of athletes that have accumulated Select baseball experience and are more ready to play at the Select level. We are searching for 2 experienced pitchers and a catcher. We practice out of the Field of Champions a top-notch facility with 4 practice fields, a full diamond playing field w/ lights, 2 full cages and an air conditioned rec room. We will be practicing through the summer and playing 11U Select baseball in the fall league at CFSA. We have testimonials and references on the coach’s philosophy and effectiveness available at Firebb.org. If you are looking for a baseball home… call me Jaime Arredondo at 832-671-8317.
Congratulations to former Fire Baseball players as they move on to play College ball: Hayden Chadwick, Cy-Falls – Scholarship to Texas Lutheran, Conner Wrye, Cy-Falls- Scholarship to Texas Lutheran
Patrick Welmer- Scholarship to Oklahoma Baptist… and more announcements to come!
Former Houston Fire Pre-High prep program player, Patrick Welmer signed a Letter of Intent to pitch for Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville. They are NAIA Division 1, play in the MCAC conference and were the National Christian College Champions last year. Patrick will be a 2012 graduate of Cy-Falls High School.
Bracket play started early Sunday morning and the Fire started strong and taking the lead in the first inning, only to fall behind and lose to the Fury Baseball Cyclones, 7:6.