The Pythons are the 2011 Women’s Division champions after defeating the Crushers, 10-5, in a three-game sweep of the championship series, which capped off an undefeated season.

Most of the Pythons competed on the Elmore Stout High School Rams team last year, but the players had graduated and a new team was formed. It is the second year the core players have won the Women’s Division.

Coach Terry Chinnery said his team plays with  “dedication and passion.”

“Get it done, no excuses, and finish strong that is how we play,” Mr. Chinnery said.

The team would finish the season undefeated, because the team is filled with “a lot of strong players that play as one,” according to Mr. Chinnery.

In September, he hopes to secure funding to take 12 players to a “showcase” in Savannah, Georgia where college scouts will be on hand to recruit players.

The Pythons had 12 hits, one error and left nine runners on base in the championship game.

The Crushers had five runs, two hits, five errors and left nine runners on base.

The winning pitcher was Jelisa Potter in relief of Sheniqua Fahie, while Kathleen Fahie was on the mound for the Crushers.

Darier Malone of the Pythons was 3 for 4 with a double, two triples, a run scored and two RBIs. Ms. Potter went 2 for 3 with a run scored and two RBIs. She pitched all three games and had seven hits in 11 at bats and was named the Most Valuable Player.

In the men’s final, the Hurricanes defeated the Reds, 7-1, to take game one of the best of seven championship series.

The Hurricanes had nine hits, two errors and left six runners on base. The winning pitcher was Neville Smith.

Carlos Maynard of the  Hurricanes went 3 for 4 with two doubles and two runs scored and Jeremy Penn had a triple, a run scored and two RBIs.

Kyle LaMotta homered for the Reds, the team’s only run.

Championship action resumes on Friday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 6 p.m.