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Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament

2010 Western Region Big League Baseball Champions

The 2010 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament Champions are
Southern California – District 13, Thousand Oaks

In a great match between two very good teams Thousand Oaks prevailed over Hawaii by a score of 3 to 0.  Thousand Oaks now moves on to the World Series in Easley South Carolina.

 

Great 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.

Today the two best baseball teams in the tournament met and the Thousand Oaks 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.

 

Southern California District 13
Thousand Oaks, California
District Administrator - Tony Hernandez
 
California District 13
Manager Tom Ginther, Coaches John Abbott, Brent Blair
Bobby Cortes, Brandon Blair, Daniel Delaney, Hayden Cronenbold, James Brady, Joshua Davis, Kody Kasper, Kyle Sanders, Lucas Steagall, Mark Manos, Michael Coates, Peter McAfee, Timmy Ginther, Travis Lange, Trevor O'Shea, Tyler Abbott, Vito Messina

 

Hawaii District 3
Kihei Little League, Maui, Hawaii
District Administrator – Naomi Campbell
 
Hawaii District 3
Manager Stephen Leis, Coaches Daniel Bellendir, & Michael Diaz Sr.
 
Bottom Row Kneeling : #23 Jimmy Wicklund, #13 Matt McCraney, Coach Mike Diaz, #4 Justin Fontanilla Second Row: Manager Stephen Leis, #16 Kaulana Ching, #5 Michael Diaz, #2 Kika Echiverri, #3 Rory Racadio, #10 Ryan Silva, #27 Kody Kahaiali'i, Coach Casey Mattos Back Row: Coach Dan Bellendir, #31 Naea Kalehuawehe, #11 Keali'I Ribaao, #17 Ryan Rodriguez, #18 Noah Keolanui Kolish, Isaiah Diaz, #14 Chase Tokunaga, #22 Jordan Negrini

 

2010 USA & Western Region Big League Baseball Champions

The 2010 USA & Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament Champions are
Southern California – District 13, Thousand Oaks

The Big League team from Thousand Oaks left Washington for the World Series in Easley South Carolina.  They continued their dominate play and only lost one game in pool play to the team from the Southwest out of Ruston, Louisiana.  The two teams played a rematch in the USA Championship and Thousand Oaks prevailed by a score of 5 to 2.

Thousand Oaks faced a very good team from Bravos de Pontezuela Little League in Santiago, Dominican Republic the next day in the Championship game.  Bravos de Pontezuela jumped on the scoreboard early and shutout Thousand Oaks to win the Championship.

The entire team from Thousand Oaks should be very proud of their accomplishments.  They proved to be great representatives of their league, their state, and their region.  All of us in the West congratulate them for their acheivements.

 

Southern California District 13
Thousand Oaks, California
District Administrator - Tony Hernandez

 
Manager Ed Kitchen, Coach Mike Sheehan, Coach Matt Ricatto
#9 Austin Alvizo, #11 James Brady, #15 Michael Coates, #10 Hayden Cronenbold, #12 Connor Detko, #18 Dakota Fog, #1 Tim Ginther, #6 Dustin Kahle, #13 Tyler Karp, #2 Kody Kasper, #7 Danny Leon, #14 Kevin Neely, #5 Trevor O'Shea, #19 Nick Schmidt, #16 Matt Toczynski, #3 Robert Toczynski, #17 John Travnick

 

2010 Western Region Big League Baseball

Western Region Big League Baseball 

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 fifth 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 17th through July 23rd.

The Big League Baseball program is for youth age 16 to 18. The Western Region tournament brings in teams from Alaska, Washington, Montana, Oregon, Hawaii, Northern California, Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona.

This year our schedule meshes with the Blue Jackets games too.  The Blue Jackets are the local college wood bat league team comprised of undergraduate players from colleges and universities from around the country. This is a wonderful opportunity to come out and watch some great baseball.  Admission is free. Cheering is required.

Click HERE for more information.

July 16 Update: Arizona is unable to make the trip.  Game schedule has been revised. icon 2010 WR Big League Baseball Schedule

For all of the Regional and World Series schedules and information for all divisions go to http://www.littleleague.org/series/2010divisions/index.htm

Jim Bryant photography has lots of great photos of the tournament.  To preview and order your favorites go to www.jimbryantphotography.exposuremanager.com/g/wd2_big_league_baseball.

2010 Western Region Big League Baseball Game Results

Western Region Big League Baseball 

2010 WR Big League Baseball Schedule

Day One Saturday July 17th

Game One – Hawaii 10 vs. Oregon 0
Game Two – Nevada 4 vs. Washington 2
Game Three – Southern California 11 vs. Northern California 3
Game Four – Nevada 13 vs. Montana 5

2010 WR Big League Baseball Day 1 Line Scores

Day Two Sunday July 18th

Game Five – Hawaii 2 vs. Northern California 1
Game Six – Montana 4 vs. Washington 2
Game Seven – Southern California 10 vs. Oregon 0
Game Eight – Washington 11 vs. Nevada 3

2010 WR Big League Baseball Day 2 Line Scores

Day Three Monday July 19th

Game Nine – Montana 7 vs. Nevada 6
Game Ten – Southern California 6 vs. Hawaii 2

2010 WR Big League Baseball Day 3 Line Scores

Day Four Tuesday July 20th

Game Eleven – Washington 1 vs. Montana 0
Game Twelve – Northern California 12 vs. Oregon 2

Pool Play placing:
Pool A
Southern California 1st Hawaii
2nd Northern California
3rd Oregon 4th

Pool B
Washington 1st
Montana 2nd
Nevada 3rd
Three way tie based on win/loss records. Each team in the pool beat the others and lost to the others. Therefore, the tie breaker was the runs allowed per defensive inning. Washington = 0.393, Montana = 0.815, Nevada = 0.926

Semi-Final 1 4:00pm Thursday July 22nd Southern California vs. Montana
Semi-Final 2 7:30pm Thursday July 22nd Washington vs. Hawaii

Day Five Thursday July 22nd - Semi-Final Games

Game Thirteen – Southern California 16 vs. Montana 2
Game Fourteen – Hawaii 12 vs. Washington 3

2010 WR Big League Baseball Day 5 Line Scores

Day Six Friday July 23rd - Championship Game

Game Fifteen – Southern California 3 vs. Hawaii 0

2010 WR Big League Baseball Day 6 Line Scores

2010 Big League Western Region Tournament Information Packet

 

Washington District 2 is hosting the 2010 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament in Bremerton, Washington July 17th through July 23rd.
 
We will again be using pool play.  This year we are anticipating eight teams.
 
Housing will not be provided by District 2 so your team members will need to procure their own housing.  We have made arrangements with The Comfort Inn – Bremerton to block out rooms at their facility.  To reserve rooms here call 360-377-7666 don't use the 877-xxx-xxxx number previously published.  This is less than 10 minutes from the field.  They are one of the largest hotels in the area and were able to block out a large block of rooms for us.  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.
 
 
 
icon Tournament Team Playing Roster doc icon Tournament Team Playing Roster pdf Game Roster two copies required prior to each game.
 

 

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