My DD is 12u. This is her first year pitching and she has done very well. At lessons and in practice, she has really good form, good leg drive, nice extension and good control. During games, her mechanics do break down some which I am sure is a result of lack of confidence/inexperience. Most common break down is lack of leg drive resulting in her dragging the whole side of her foot instead of the toe. In the last game she pitched in, she felt a lot of pressure to perform and her mechanics really went out the window. Again she was dragging the whole side of her foot, but then she also had her front leg bent a lot when landing and through release, she landed with her foot pointing towards catcher instead of at 45 so her hips were closed, she was bent at the waist, and she was stopping her arm after release instead of following through the ball. Obviously she was trying to guide the ball. She was getting the job done with several 3 up/3 down innings in a row. I was in the stands and not sure what to do. What I did was not mention anything about her mechanics and just cheered her on. Was that right? Should I have yelled out mechanic clues such was stay tall? Land with foot at 45? Follow through the ball? Loose upper body?