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Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament

2012 Western Region Big League Baseball Champions

The 2012 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament Champions are
Southern California – District 46, Anaheim

In a great match between two very good teams Southern California prevailed over Hawaii by a score of 3 to 1 in 8 innings. California District 46 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 two great baseball teams met and the California District 46 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 46, Anaheim.

Southern California District 46
Anaheim, California
District Administrator - Denis Peck
Big League Director - Louis Anderson
California District 46
Manager James Valverde Coaches Elton Errington & Amin David
Players: A J David, Austin Blanke, Joseph Gandara, Ryan Hartman, Stratton Kim, Joshua Langarcia, Jonah Lopez, Christian Prado, Chad Rebensdorf, Joesph Rivera, Clint Salisbury, Lucas Sardo, Manuel Segura, Russell Terry, Javier Ureno, Adrian Uriate, Jacob Valdez

Hawaii District 6
Kawaihau Little League, Kapaa, Hawaii
District Administrator - Robert Kawamoto
Manager Phillip Kamakea, Coaches Bryan Aiwohi, & Stephen Perreira
Players: #10 Bronson Aiwohi, #22 Erin Doi, #2 Alika Emayo, #24 Brock Ephan, #14 Kalen Iwai, #6 Jordan Kamakea, #11 Rashaan Kahaulua, #20 Stephen Perreira Iii, #5 Mikeo Rita, #15 Mikey Rita, #3 Chyson Soares, #12 Travis Soares, #25 Bryson Tacata

2012 Western Region Big League Baseball Game Results


2012 WR Big League Baseball Schedule

Day One Sunday July 15th

Game One 9:00am – Washington vs. Northern California - RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY JULY 18
Game Two 12:00pm – Oregon 4 vs. Hawaii 14 in 6 Innings
Game Three 3:00pm – Arizona 1 vs. Northern California 2 in 10 Innings
Game Four 6:00pm – Southern California 11 vs. Host 1 in 5 Innings

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 1 Line Scores

Day Two Monday July 16th

Game Five 9:00am – Arizona 5 vs. Washington 1
Game Six 12:00pm – Host 5 vs. Oregon 7
Game Seven 3:00pm – Washington 5 vs. Northern California 10
Game Eight 6:00pm – Southern California 0 vs. Hawaii 2

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 2 Line Scores

Day Three Tuesday July 17th

Game Nine – Northern California 3 vs. Arizona 4
Game Ten – Host 3 vs. Hawaii 16
Game Eleven – Washington 0 vs. Arizona 7
Game Twelve – Southern California 14 vs. Oregon 0

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 3 Line Scores

Day Four Wednesday July 18th

Game One 5:00pm – Washjington 5 vs. Northern California 10 - RESCHEDULED FROM SATURDAY JULY 15

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 4 Line Scores

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

Pool B
1st - Arizona
2nd - Northern California
3rd - Washington

Semi-Final 1 3:00pm Thursday July 19th 1st Pool A vs. 2nd Pool B
Semi-Final 2 6:30pm Thursday July 19th 1st Pool B vs. 2nd Pool A

Day Five Thursday July 19th - Semi-Final Games

Game Thirteen 3:00pm – 1st Pool A - Hawaii 7 vs. 2nd Pool B - Northern California 1 in 8 innings
Game Fourteen 6:30pm – 1st Pool B - Arizona 0 vs. 2nd Pool A - Southern California 3

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 5 Line Scores

Day Six Friday July 20th - Championship Game

Game Fifteen 10:30am – Winner Semi 1 - Hawaii 1 vs. Winner Semi 2 - Southern California 3 in 8 innings

Today’s game was a rematch of game number 8 between Hawaii and Southern California. Their previous game had Hawaii the winner 2-0.

We started the day with thunder and lightning and lots of rain. Our normal game field was not playable so the game was moved to Port Orchard where we got going by 2:00pm. We saw some great pitching by both squads which kept the bats in check for the most part. It was the top of the 4th inning before either team got on the board. Southern California’s Stratton Kim was the first to strike, with a solo homerun in the top of the 4th. Hawaii answered in the bottom of the 6th while keeping Southern California off the scoreboard further until the top of the 8th inning. In the top of the 8th inning, Southern California scored 2 runs and Hawaii was unable to answer in the bottom half of the inning.

In the end it was Southern California 3 vs. Hawaii 1.

Southern California, District 46, Anaheim is the 2012 West Region Big League Baseball Champion team.

2012 WR Big League Baseball Day 6 Line Scores

2012 Big League Western Region Tournament Information Packet


Washington District 2 is hosting the 2012 Western Region Big League Baseball Tournament in Bremerton, Washington July 15th through July 20th.
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.  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 2012 Letter to Big WR Mgr Tournament Packet  Welcome letter to the team manager.
icon 2012 WR Big League Baseball Tournament Guidelines  Tournament guidelines with hotel information.
icon Tournament Team Playing Roster doc icon Tournament Team Playing Roster pdf Game Roster two copies required prior to each game.


2012 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 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 15th through July 20th.

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

icon 2012 WR Big League Baseball Schedule Look here for the latest game scores and updates

For all of the Regional and World Series schedules and information for all divisions go to

Jim Bryant photography has lots of great photos of the tournament.  To preview and order your favorites go to