The OBX Spring Scramble is a two days, two nights, best ball tournament, playing two great golf courses. Captains Choice (Florida) Best Ball format, four person teams.
All teams will play both courses and the combined scores for the two rounds will determine the final standings, with over $7,500 in cash and prizes up for grabs. 8:00 am shotgun start on Saturday and Sunday.
In addition to the championship caliber tournament, you and your family will enjoy the beautiful beaches of the Outer Banks, fresh seafood, and a great beach weekend, while helping to raise money for the Outer Banks Daredevils Baseball Club.
Our host courses for this tournament are Sea Scape Golf Links and Duck Woods Country Club. The OBX Spring Scramble is presented by the Dare Coalition Against Substance Abuse, and sponsored in part by Southern Shores Realty.
The Outer Banks Daredevils are looking for a few more families to join our great team of Host Families for the upcoming season.
One of the key elements in the success of any collegiate summer baseball program is the willingness of local families to serve as Host Families. These families take the players into their homes for the summer, providing a safe and comfortable place for them to live and make it possible for us to have a local team. Collegiate summer baseball would not be possible without host families, and we appreciate those of you who have served as host families during past seasons. Your generosity and hospitality make it possible for the Outer Banks Daredevils to exist, and we are hopeful that once again, you, and others, will be willing to house a player the upcoming season.
Collegiate summer baseball provides college players the unique opportunity to participate in additional baseball games following the conclusion of their collegiate season, allowing them to work on their skills, and gain valuable experience on the field. In addition, collegiate summer baseball provides local towns and communities, such as ours, the unique opportunity to have great collegiate level baseball played here in our hometown. The Daredevils are our home team, and provide quality family entertainment for both our local residents as well as the thousands of vacationers who join us each summer. We are proud to have been awarded Best of the Beach in 2013 for Best Family Attraction, and are excited to continue the proud tradition that was started by Warren Spivey, and continued by Marcus Felton his partners, who tirelessly worked to provide our local residents as well as those joining us during the summer months the opportunity to enjoy great collegiate summer baseball right here in the OBX.
Being a host family means providing a player with a comfortable place to sleep and store his or her belongings. The players are required to live under your house rules and be respectful of your home, your family and your family activities. Players are expected to provide their own transportation, to keep their room and belongings neat and orderly, and to make provisions for their own meals, health and personal care items, be courteous, helpful and pleasant to their host families, and to minimize the noise level of their activities at all times. A host family may wish to occasionally invite the player to join them for a meal, and that is appreciated but not expected. We ask our host families to provide a clean and pleasant environment, including a bedroom, for the player staying with them, along with reasonable use of bathroom and laundry facilities. Our players will be arriving approximately June 3rd , and will be here with us through July 23rd. The season begins June 5, 2017, and the end of the Championship series will be concluded not later than July 23, 2017.
If you would be willing to serve as a host family for the upcoming season, or would like more information about becoming a host family, please contact us. Thank you in advance for considering becoming a host family.
Congratulations to the Outer Banks Daredevils, 2016 Tidewater Collegiate Summer League Champions. The Outer Banks Daredevils completed the 2016 season with a league best record of 12 – 4, and following the post season rain outs, the Daredevils were awarded the Tidewater Collegiate Summer League’s 2016 Postove Cup Championship.
We are proud of our players, and the way the joined us and our community this summer. They were champions both on and off the field, as they entertained our fans with outstanding play at night, and as a team, volunteered over 200 hours with local non profit organizations, working in our community and providing a positive role model for our area’s youth.
Thank you 2016 Outer Banks Daredevils for another great season of collegiate summer baseball. We wish each of you the best as you continue your collegiate career and beyond.
Heavy rains this morning have left the field underwater again, rendering it unplayable for tonight’s scheduled championship game. Alternate venues were explored, however, the storms left no diamond dry, and with no dry field to play on, the league has been forced to cancel the championship game.
Players have been scheduled to return home, flights have been booked, travel arrangements have been made, and we are unable to extend the season beyond this week, therefore, we have closed the book on the 2016 season of the Tidewater Collegiate Summer League.
Based on the regular season standing, the Outer Banks Daredevils (12-4) have been award the 2016 Championship. Congratulations to all our players on an outstanding summer of baseball. Your hard work and dedication to the game has been seen all summer, and we wish each of you the best as you return to school for another season of collegiate baseball.
To all of our fans who came out and supported us again this season, thank you. To all of our great sponsors, thank you. To our Host Families, thank you. To Dare County Schools, thank you. To Coach Ray Scott & Coach Steve Saunders at FFHS, thank you. To Assistant Coach Reed, thank you. To our hard working and dedicated staff, thank you. To our players, thank you.
We are excited to be hosting the Tidewater Collegiate Summer League’s 2016Postove Cup Championship. The Tidewater Drillers will be coming to the OBX to take on our Outer Banks Daredevils this Thursday, August 4th to decide the 2016 Championship.
from the Tidewater Summer League’s website…
“As the summer rains wrecked havoc on our season, it has also washed out the round robin portion of our playoffs, as all three scheduled games this week have been washed out by rain and unplayable field conditions. With the season drawing to a close, and our players scheduled to return home and prepare to go back to school, we regretfully have cancelled the round robin portion of our post season.
The 2016 Championship has been seeded using the final standings of the regular season, and the #2 seed Tidewater Drillers will be taking on the #1 seed Outer Banks Daredevils in the 2016 Postove Cup Championship. The Tidewater Collegiate Summer League Championship is named after Harry Postove, long time professional scout, sports writer and supporter of the TSL.
The 2016 Postove Cup Championship game will be taking place Thursday night, August 4, 2016 at TowneBank OBX Park, located at the First Flight Athletic Complex, 109 Veterans Dr. Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. Gates will open at 6:00pm, with the first pitch thrown at 7:05pm.
If you can not make it to the OBX for the game, you can listen to the live radio broadcast on your FM radio at 98.1 The Score, or you can listen to the broadcast on your computer or mobile device athttp://radio.securenetsystems.net/v5/WOBX. Live Coverage begins at 6:50pm.”
Bring the family and enjoy exciting collegiate summer baseball and root, root, root for the home team, as they try to bring another league championship to the Outer Banks.
TowneBank OBX Park, located at the First Flight Athletic Complex, 109 Veterans Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. Gates open at 6:00pm, First pitch at 7:05pm.
The Tidewater Collegiate Summer League play off game between the Tidewater Drillers and the Outer Banks Daredevils has been cancelled due to rain and unplayable field conditions. Make up schedule is TBA.
The Outer Banks Daredevils will be hosting the Tidewaters Drillers tonight at TowneBank OBX Park in Kill Devil Hills, NC in this Tidewater Collegiate Summer League Post Season contest. Game time is 7:05pm.
Radio broadcast on 98.1 The Score will begin at 6:50pm, and you can also listen to the game broadcast or your computer or mobile device at http://tunein.com/radio/The-Score-981-s21641/
The 2016 Tidewater Collegiate Summer League’s Post Season will begin tonight at TowneBank OBX Park in Kill Devil Hills, NC at 7pm as the #3 Seed Greenbrier Knights will take on the #1 Seed Outer Banks Daredevils in Game 1 of the Post Season’s Round Robin Playoffs.
The #2 Seed Tidewater Drillers will travel to the OBX to take on #1 Seed Outer Banks Daredevils on Tuesday night at TowneBank OBX Park in Kill Devil Hills, NC at 7pm in Game 2 of the playoff round.
Finally, the #3 Seed Greenbrier Knights will battle the #2 Seed Tidewater Drillers on Wednesday night at Norfolk State University’s Marty Miller Field in Norfolk, VA at 6pm in Game 3 of the playoff round.
The two teams with the best record coming out of the Round Robin Playoffs will square off on Thursday night to decide the 2016 Tidewater Summer League Postove Cup Championship. Time and Location TBA.
Come out and support our home team as we make a run at the 2016 Postove Cup Championship. Outer Banks Daredevils will play Monday night, Tuesday night, and Thursday night in the Championship (Good Lord Willing)!
Home games are played at TowneBank OBX Park, located at the First Flight Athletic Complex, 109 Veterans Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. Gates open at 6pm, first pitch is at 7:05pm.
All Daredevils post season games will be broadcast on 98.1 The Score, and live streamed on their website.
The Greenbrier Knights jumped out to an early lead, but was unable to hold on and lost 3-2 to the Outer Banks Daredevils at TowneBank OBX Park on Thursday.
The Daredevils jumped out to a 1 – 0 lead in the bottom of the first when Kyle Vidano (Averett University) lead off with a hit, stole second, took third by tagging up on a Jay Golliday (Campbell University) fly ball to right field, and scored on a wild pitch.
But the Knights came back, scoring a run in both the second and third, taking back the lead. JR Polak (St. Andrews University) reached on an error, went to second when Bryce Jones (UVA Wise) walked, went to third on a fielders choice, and scored on a ground out by KJ Lewis (Bryant & Stratton College). In the third inning, Kyle Bynum (Univ. of Mary Washington) got on base with a walk, a Mike Pezella (VA Wesleyan College) single moved him to second, went to third on a fielders choice, and scored on a bases loaded walk by Jacob Flora (Lynchburg College). Pezella lead all Knights hitters with his 2 for 5 night at the plate.
Knights starting pitcher Trey Celeta (Hampden-Sydney College) gave his team 6 strong innings, allowing only 4 hits and 2 runs while issuing 8 walks and striking out 7. Ryan VanAssche (Univ. of Mary Washington) took the loss in relief.
The Daredevils starter Chance DuCharme (Francis Marion University) pitched well in his no decision, and relievers Stephen Umplett (NC Wesleyan College), Josh Brooks (ECU), Kyle Spruill (COA), Colby Rudis (Frederick CC) and Eamonn Collins (Tusculum College) each threw an inning of relief, and Collins picked up the win.
With one out in the bottom of the ninth, Ryan Williams (Pitt CC) hits a single, went to second on a past ball, and scored on a walk off RBI single by Brent West (Urbanna University) giving the Outer Banks Daredevils the win.
Kyle Vidano (Averett University) got on base four times in the game for the Daredevils, including his first inning single. Jack Downum (Chowan University) went 1 – 2, with two walks; Damario Brown (Urbanna University) had a double and a single in his 2 – 4 outing; and Brent West (Urbanna University) went 2 – 5, including his walk off 9th inning single.