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    2015 COLLEGE COMMITMENTS 

    Grant Helber Marietta College
    Joe McGuinness Bowling Green University
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    Doug Smith Marshall University
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    Wisler Shines in Debut, G-Braves Win 6-3

    04/16/2015, 8:00am EDT
    By Jacob Mayer / Gwinnett Braves

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    Cobra Night at OSU

    04/15/2015, 9:45am EDT
    By Justin Rich

    The Columbus Cobras were well represented on Tues April 14 to watch the Buckeyes defeat the Louisville Cardinals 2-0 on Cobra Night at Ohio States Bill Davis Stadium.

    OSU Head Coach Greg Beals spoke to our players in the indoor hitting cages before the game.

    The Cobras and their brothers & sisters were on the field during the playing of the National Anthem.

     

    11U Cobras Win Their Opening Tournament in 2015

    04/13/2015, 8:00pm EDT
    By Tom Schaffer

    The 11U Columbus Cobras went 5-0 over the weekend at the USSSA King of Swing Qualifier at Berliner Park in Columbus, OH.  They earned the #1 seed by sweeping their opponents in pool play on Saturday by a combined score of 26-1.  In bracket play on Sunday, they beat the Pickerington Big Katz in the Quarter Final 9-3 to set up a match against the Ohio Elite.  The 11U Cobras opened up with a 5-1 lead after the first inning & held on to win 5-2 to earn their way to the Finals against the Fairfield Co. Bulldogs.  The Bulldogs went up 4-2 in the top of the 4th inning, but the 11U Cobras would score 4 runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning to take a 6-4 lead. From there, they would hold on for a 7-5 victory to earn their first championship of 2015.