Arizona District #6 Little League: Welcome

Welcome to Arizona District #6 Little League serving youngsters residing within the Scottsdale Unified School District and the Town of Fountain Hills.


District Administrator Contact Information:
Irwin M. Altman, District Administrator
Little League Baseball, Inc., Arizona #6
Post Office Box 2283
Scottsdale, Arizona 85252-2283
480-596-2998, facsimile: 480-596-2998
Best way to contact me is through my e-mail address: AZ6LL@cox.net


Umpire in Chief: Rob Trulson (602) 980-2681 rtrulson@ttconstruction.com
Assistant DA: Ann Low (602) 617-9315
Assistant DA: Rene Salazar (480) 695-4700

Information can also be obtained at:
Arizona State Little League website:
www.eteamz.com/azstatell
Western Region Little League website: www.eteamz.com/llbwest
Little League Headquarters, Williamsport, PA: www.littleleague.org



Sunday, June 29
9/10 AZ 6 District Baseball: Arcadia Wins Championship

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Arcadia Little League 2014 AZ6 9-10 Baseball Champs

For Arcadia Little League (ARLL)  it does not get much better than this!  ARLL was the tournament host for both Arizona District 6 9/10s Baseball and 10/11s Baseball.  With first year President, David Davis, at the helm both tournaments ran flawlessly and  both ARLL's teams entered the Championship game(s).

ARLL beat a determined Fountain Hills team 13-1.  Although the final outcome was by more than 10 runs, a full 6 innings were played as that margin was not achieved until the top of the 6th and the game was much closer than the final score would suggest.  It was ARLL's first championship in the 10-year history of Arizona District 6 9/10 baseball tournaments. 

ARLL will now move on to the State Tournament which is being hosted by District 3.  Details for that tournament are found at www.azd3.com. (click on the "2014 9-10 State BB" link on the left hand side).

Congratulations Arcadia and best of luck at the State Tournament. 



Sunday, June 29
10/11 AZ District 6 Baseball: Arcadia Wins District 6 Title in Convincing Fashion

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Arcadia Little League 2014 AZ6 10-11s Baseball Champs

 For Arcadia Little League (ARLL)  it does not get much better than this!  ARLL was the tournament host for both Arizona District 6 9/10s Baseball and 10/11s Baseball.  With first year President, David Davis, at the helm both tournaments ran flawlessly and  both ARLL's teams entered the Championship game(s).

ARLL beat a McCormick Ranch (MRLL) team, who fought its way all the way back out of the elimination bracket after an opening game loss. On this evening, ARLL was just too much for MRLL as ARLL scored early and often to win 22-3. It was ARLL's 3rd championship in this division in the 8-year history of Arizona District 6 10/11baseball tournaments. 

ARLL will now move on to the State Tournament which is being hosted by District 5.  Details for that tournament are found at http://www.eteamz.com/azdistrict5/news/index.cfm?cat=377559 .



Wednesday, July 9
Mountain View Old (ish) Guard Enjoying the Evening

With the banner announcing many of the accomplishments that they played a role in are (left to right) Rob Mills, Harry Boysen, Rene Salazar, and Rory Rickert. Please excuse the absence of the many other contributors to these accomplishments from this picture.



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Wednesday, July 9
Little League (11/12s) AZ6 District Baseball: Mountain View Little League Repeats as District 6 Champs

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Arizona District 6 2014 LL Champs: Mountain View LL

It took Mountain View (MVLL) 26 years to win their first Arizona District 6 Little League Championship in 2013, but they must have liked it as they repeated the feat with a 12-1 victory versus McCormick Ranch (MRLL)MRLL was a relatively young team and they vowed to be back next year.

MVLL moves on to the state tournament being held in Peoria.  Information can be obtained at the Arizona District 2 website.  MVLL's first game is on Tuesday, July 15th at 5:30 PM versus a team from District 8. (please note that all times are subject to change) 



Tuesday, July 1
Boy Battling Brain Cancer Makes All-Star Little League Baseball Team

Here is a story to help us all keep things in perspective.