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Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament

2014 Western Region Big League Baseball Champions

The 2014 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament Champions are
Southern California – District 13, Conejo Valley Little League, Thousand Oaks

In a great match between two very good teams Southern California prevailed over Hawaii by a score of 7 to 2. California District 13 now moves on to the World Series in Easley South Carolina.

This was a good game between two very good teams. Both teams (in fact all of the teams at the tournament) were composed of young men who showed respect for each other and the efforts displayed in the games. We would have been proud to send any of the teams to Easley to represent the West.

Two very good baseball teams met and the California District 13 team came out on top. We are confident that they will show the rest of the World Series participants that in the West we play hard, play fair, and respect the opponent on and off of the field.

Best of luck to the young men from Southern California, District 13, Thousand Oaks.

 

California District 13
Conejo Valley Little League
Thousand Oaks, California
District Administrator - Ralph Metz

California

Manager Scott Clarke, Coaches John Torosian, & Anthony Shirtz

Players: Garrett Serino, Bailey Holbrook, Jessie Ancelluzzo, Brayden Hubert, Dalton Duarte, Joey Hunn, Austin Herold, Kyle Tillalk, Griffin Mullen, Jackson Simonsgaard, Johnny Torosian, Brooks Clarke, Jimmy Torosian, Wyatt Birg, Colton Follett

 

Hawaii District 3
Kihei Little League, Maui, Hawaii
District Administrator - Naomi Campbell

Hawaii

Manager Manager Kelly Fliear, Coach Steve Leis

Players: #2 Tyler Harry, #3 Callen Beeson, #4 Micah Richardson, #6 Makana Victorine, #7 Patrick Turner, #8 Samuel "Sammy" Sutton. #9 David Rapanot, #11 Jeffrey "Kaimana" Ancog, #12 Travis "TJ" Kanamu, #14 Isaiah Madella, #15 Gabriel "Gabe" Gunter, #22 Kody Medeiros, #24 Joshua Nobriga, #25 Noah-Jason Apolo, #26 Nicholas "Nick" Asuncion

2014 Western Region Big League Baseball Game Results

2014_WR_BLBB

2014 WR Big League Baseball Schedule

Day One Monday July 14th

Game One 9:00am – Host 2 vs. Southern California 12
Game Two 12:00pm – Oregon 3 vs. Arizona 2

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 1 Line Scores

Day Two Tuesday July 15th

Game Three 9:00am – Northern California 12 vs. Washington 1
Game Four 12:00pm – Southern California 3 vs. Hawaii 4 - 8 innings

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 2 Line Scores

Day Three Wednesday July 16th

Game Five 9:00am – Hawaii 10 vs. Host 0
Game Six 12:00pm – Oregon 10 vs. Washington 8

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 3 Line Scores

Day Four Thursday July 17th

Game Seven 9:00am – Host 0 vs. Southern California  17
Game Eight 12:00am – Arizona 2 vs. Northern California 6
Game Nine 3:00pm – Southern California 6 vs. Hawaii 5

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 4 Line Scores

Day Five Friday July 18th

Game Ten 12:00pm – Arizona 5 vs. Washington 1
Game Eleven 3:00pm – Host 1 vs. Hawaii 15
Game Twelve 6:00pm – Oregon 6 vs. Northern California 11

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 5 Line Scores

Pool Play placing:
Pool A

1st - Northern California
2nd - Oregon
3rd - Arizona
4th - Washington District 9

Pool B
1st - Hawaii
2nd - Southern California
3rd - Host Washington District 2

Semi-Final 1 10:00am Saturday July 19th 1st Pool A Northern California vs. 2nd Pool B Southern California
Semi-Final 2 1:00pm Saturday July 19th 1st Pool B Hawaii vs. 2nd Pool A Oregon

Day Six Saturday July 19th - Championship Games

Game Thirteen 10:00am – 1st Pool A Northern California 1 vs. 2nd Pool B Southern California 3
Game Fourteen 1:00pm – 1st Pool B Hawaii 5 vs. 2nd Pool A Oregon 4
Game Fifteen 5:00pm – Winner Semi 1  Southern California 7 -  vs. Winner Semi 2 - Hawaii  2

The new West Region Champions are from Southern California District 13, Conejo Valley Little League

2014 WR Big League Baseball Day 6 Line Scores

2014 Western Region Big League Tournament Information Packet

Washington District 2 is hosting the 2014 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament in Bremerton, Washington July 14th through July 19th.

We will again be using pool play.  This year we are anticipating seven teams.

Housing will not be provided by District 2 so your team members will need to procure their own housing.  There are several more hotels in the immediate Silverdale area.  More information regarding housing options is included in the attached packet

There are several attachments with essential information.

2014 Letter to Big WR Mgr Welcome letter to the team manager.

2014 WR Big Baseball Tournament Guidelines  Tournament guidelines with hotel information.

Tournament Team Playing Roster (DOC) or Tournament Team Playing Roster (PDF) Game Roster two copies required prior to each game.

2014 West Region Big League BB Schedule & Scores  Current game schedule.

2014 Western Region Big League Baseball

2014_WR_BLBB 

Washington District 2 Little League has once again been selected to host one of the premier events of the Little League tournament season. This is the seventh consecutive year that we have been selected to host the Big League Baseball Western Region tournament. The tournament will be held at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds and Events Center baseball complex from July 14th through July 19th.

The Big League Baseball program is for youth age 15 to 18. The Western Region tournament brings in teams from Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Northern California, Southern California, and Arizona.  Montana was unable to join us this year.

This is a wonderful opportunity to come out and watch some great baseball.  Admission is free. Cheering is required.

Click HERE for more information.

2014 WR Big League Baseball Schedule Look here for the latest game scores and updates

To see all of the Big League Regional teams click this

For all of the Regional and World Series schedules and information for all divisions go to www.llbws.org

Donate to District 2

Please consider a donation to District 2. Your donation will help the development nearly 5,000 youngsters age 5 to 18 in our community. Your contribution could be tax deductible as we are a recognized non-profit. For more information contact Pat Ryan. To donate online use the button below. Thank you in advance for your support.

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