CA DISTRICT 14 LITTLE LEAGUE: District 14 News

Friday, October 31
Fremont American Little League To Hold Sign Ups

ARE YOU READY FOR BASEBALL!!! 

 Fremont American Little League will hold signups on October 25, November 15 & 23 and December 13, 2014 from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM at the FALL Snack Shack.

The cost is:

Tee Ball $20.00* all season, all other divisions $110.00* thru November 2014. Register on line at http://fremontamerican.leaguetoolbox.com/

*Fundraising commitment required per player. $75.00 buyout or sell $150.00 in fundraising products.

Contact Nanette Hamilton for information at nanetteham@comcast.net.

 



Tuesday, November 27
League Boundary Maps On Our Site!

CA District 14 has added a new tool for everyone to use....a League Boundary link. This link will allow you to see all eight league boundary maps, to help find the Little League in your neighborhood, or to see what leagues make up CA District 14 Little League.

To get to the link, select the "League Boundaries" link on the sidebar. From there click on the link to view all the boundary maps.

Find a league and sign-up!!



Thursday, August 7
District 14 Challenger All Star Team Plays In Intermediate World Series
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2014 Districts 14 & 44 Challenger All Star Teams

The CA District 14 Challenger All Star team played the CA District 44 Challenger All Stars in a game on Sunday August 3rd, during the Little League Intermediate (50/70) World Series that was hosted by CA District 57 (Tri-Valley) and played at Max Bear Park, home to Granada Little League, in Livermore. 

Before the game started, the players and their buddies stood on their base lines and heard their names announced. The Series Umpires came out and took turns calling the game. As the teams played two innings, where every player received two at bats, the players from the teams playing in the World Series came out to watch.

 

After the game, the players again stood on their base lines and each received a gift from CA District 57's Staff Member Gina Herman and District Administrator, Dave Wetmore.

 The teams then went to the picnic area where they traded pins. In a very touching moment, players from the World Series came over and asked the players from the Challenger teams for their autographs......Little League at it's best! Some of the comments that the parents made were...."Thank you for creating a spectacular milestone event for our special child. He still has the medals around his neck and keeps touching the souvenir pins"....."How incredibly esteem-building to be asked to autograph the hats of the World Series players!!"....."My son felt like a movie star"....."Our son is really timid at baseball games but after the game he felt very proud of himself"....."One of the coolest moments was when the World Series players came over and gave high fives traded pins and asked our players for autographs!"....".Many of our players cannot verbalize how they feel. As parents of special need kids it is heart warming to see our kids being able to participate at an event and be recognized by their typical peers." CA District 14 is very proud of being asked to be one of the two first Challenger teams to ever play during the Little League Intermediate World Series and is very proud of the players, coaches and buddies that participated.



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CA District 14 Challenger All Stars & Famlies

Monday, July 14
MSJLL Advances to Major Section 3 Championship Game

The Little League All Stars representing CA District 14 have advanced to the Championship Game of the 2014 California Section 3 Little League All Star Tournament by way of a 7-4 victory over CA District 45's San Lorenzo LL.

The Championship Game will be played at Marshall Park a on July 15 and will start at 5:30 PM.

MSJLL, 2-1 in the tournament, must twice beat the powerful Pacifica American LL team that has scored 25 runs in two tournament games, with six homeruns, in order to claim the title and advance to the 2014 California Division II All Star Tournament in San Jose.

MSJLL havs a few hitters themselves and this game may see a lot of action.

Good Luck to Mission San Jose Little League!



Monday, July 14
NCLL Survives Elimination Bracket, To Play For Section 3 Junior Crown

The Niles-Centerville Little League Junior All Stars have won their second game in the elimination bracket, slipping by District 52's Half Moon Bay 7-6  and have advanced to the Championship Game of the 2014 California Section 3 Junior All Star Tournament on July 15 at Half Moon Bay High School.

NCLL will face Pleasanton LL, representing District 57, who must be beaten twice, if NCLL wants to claim the title and play in the 2014 Californis Division II Junior All Star Tournament.

The only game the NCLL has lost in the tournament was to Pleasanton LL and now NCLL gets a chance to repay them.

Good Luck Niles-Centerville Little League!!



Monday, July 14
MSJLL Eliminated From 10/11 Section

The Mission San Jose Little League 10/11 All Stars dropped their second game of the 2014 California Section 3 10/11 All Star Tournament and have been eliminated from the tournament.

Tassajara Valley, representing CA District 57 has advanced to the Championship Game and must lose twice in order to lose the Section 3 Title and a chance to play in the California Division II 10/11 all Star Tournament.

SMALL and San Lorenzo LL will face off on July 14th to see  who will get a second chance at Tassajara, as both teams were defeated by the District 57 Champs. This game is being played at Hall Ranch Park in Union City and will start at 5:30 PM.



Sunday, July 13
Niles-Centerville Juniors In Section 3 Elimination Semi-Final

The Niles-Centerville Junior All Stars survived an elimination game with District 45's Tennyson American Little League, 7-5, and have advanced to the Elimination Semi-final Game of the 2014 Section 3 Junior All Star Tournament.

The game will be played on July 14th at Half Moon Bay High School on Lewis Foster Drive in Half Moon Bay. The game will start at 5:30 PM and an invitation to the Championship Game is waiting for the winner to claim.

The Championship Game is scheduled for July 15th, also at HMBHS. Pleasanton LL, District 57, eased by HMB 9-7 to earn their trip to the Championship Game.

GOOD LUCK NILES-CENTERVILLE!!



Sunday, July 13
NALL Eliminated From Senior Sections

The Newark American Senior All Stars were unable to field a team against CA District 52's Redwood City and had to forfeit the game 7-0. This gives NALL their second loss and they have been eliminated from the 2014 California Section 3 Senior All Star Tournament.

Congratulations to Newark American Little League on winning the CA District 14 Senior All Star Championship!

 



Saturday, July 12
Newark American Senior Lose Section Opener

The Senior All Stars, representing Newark American LL & District 14, lost their first game in the 2014 California Section 3 All Star Tournament and will now play on July 13th at 2:00 PM against the Redwood City Champs, representing District 52.

The game will be played at Procter School in Castro Valley, CA. The winner of this game will advance to the Elimination Semi-final game on July 14th.

 

GOOD LUCK NEWARK AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE!



Saturday, July 12
NCLL Falls Into Junior All Star Elimination Bracket

The CA District Junior All Stars from Niles-Centerville lost their opening game of the 2014 California Section 3 All Star Tournament 12-1 and now will have to fight their way through the Elimination Bracket.

NCLL will face Tennyson Amercan LL, representing District 45, on July 13th starting at 2:00 PM. A win and NCLL will play on July 14th.

 Pleasanton LL, D57, and host league, Half Moon Bay, D52, will play in the Winners Semi-final on July 13 at 11:00 AM. The winner will davance to the Championship Game on July 15th.

GOOD LUCK NILES-CENTERVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE!



Saturday, July 12
Mission San Jose 10/11's Lose Opener

The 10/11 year old Champions from Mission San Jose Little League, representing District 14, lost their opening round game of the 2014 10/11 California Section 3 All Star Tournament and have fallen into the Elimination Bracket.

Not all scores have been reported at press time, but Mission San Jose LL will next play on July 13 at 2:00 PM. Their oppent has yet to be decided.

All games are being played at Hall Ranch Park, Union City.

 

GOOD LUCK MISSION SAN JOSE LITTLE LEAGUE!



Saturday, July 12
Mission San Jose Wins Section Opener With Walk Off Double

The Major All Stars representing CA District 14 won their opening Section 3 All Star Game in the bottom of the 8th nning with a walk off double, slipping by CA District 57's Danville Little League.

The game started off with Danville in command, taking an 4-1 lead after 4 innings, but MSJLL kept chipping away and at the end of 6 innings the game was tied at 6.

No one scored in the 7th, and Danville couldn't score in the top of the 8th, setting the stage for the dramatic ending.

In the second game of the tournament, Pacifica American, District 52 Champs,  put on a long ball display, hitting 4 home runs in an 11-3 victory over District 45's San Lorenzo Little League.

MSJLL will now face PALL in the Winners Semi-final game on July 13 with a trip to the Championship Game on July 15 awaiting the winner.

Danville and SLZLL will face off in an elimination game also on July 13. The team that survices will face the loser between MSJLL & PALL on July 14th in the Elimination Semi-final game.

Both games on July 13th will start at 1:00 PM and are being played at Marshall Park, home to Fremont American LL.

GOOD LUCK MISSION SAN JOSE LITTLE LEAGUE!!



Saturday, July 12
NCLL Loses 9/10 Section Opener

The CA District 14 9/10 Champions from Niles-Centerville Little League lost their opening game of the 2014 California Section 3 9/10 All Star Tournament 18-6 to the District 57's champs, Canyon Creek Little League.

In the second game of the tournament San Mateo American LL, representing District 52 beat San Lorenzo LL from District 45.

Canyon Creek and San Mateo American LL's will face off in the winners Semi-final Game on July 14th, while NCLL and SLZLL will battle in the elimination bracket game, also on July 14th. The winner between D14 and D45 wll play on July 16th in the Elimination Semi-final against the loser of the Winners Semi-final game.

Both games will be played at Vallejo Mills School and will begin at 5:30 PM.

 

GOOD LUCK NILES-CENTERVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE!!



Wednesday, July 9
2014 District 14 Big League All-Stars Fall Short in State Tournament



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The defending Big League Northern California State Champions - California District 14 – have been eliminated from Little League Baseball's Big League California Division II All-Star Tournament in Sacramento. After dropping their opener on Monday, July 7, the team bounced back with an amazing performance on Tuesday, July 8, defeating Section 4/District 5 (Sacramento) 10-1.

Tuesday's game, played at the American River College Baseball Complex (ARC) in Sacramento, was a total team effort, showcasing District 14's hitting and pitching. For District 14 (Fremont-Newark), Jake Walter and Aaron Romero each had a double, Aaron Havard a single with one RBI, James Gaffey and Jordon Terbeek each had a single and a double – with 2 RBIs for Gaffey and 3 RBIs for Terbeek, respectively.

Pitching for District 14 produced a near shutout. Thomas Rodriguez started on the mound, pitching three innings, striking out 3 and spreading out 2 hits and 3 walks. Mark Bontempo came in relief, and threw 2 innings of shutout ball, giving up only one hit while striking out five. Spoorthy Vermula came on in the sixth and gave up District 5's only run on two hits. Then Terbeek closed out the seventh, throwing three straight strike-outs to end the game, preserving Rodriguez's win.

But, battling from the Elimination Bracket proved to be difficult for the young men from D14. On Wednesday, they met up with Section 1/California District 53 (Benicia). After tying up the game at one after one complete inning, D14 could not hold back the bats of D53. Eventually, D53 added ten more runs to post an 11-1 win. With the loss, the 2014 Northern California Section 3 Big League Champions were eliminated from the Tournament.

While the team did not advance out of the Northern California State Tournament, everyone in California District 14 congratulates the team on their post-season success. The team was able to recapture the Northern California Section 3 Big League Championship, a first for any District 14 All-Star team. On behalf of the nearly 4000 participants in the eight District 14 Leagues, we salute you!

Big League Baseball, is a full fledged, competitive Little League baseball program for players 15 to 18, played on a regulation 90' diamond with traditional baseball rules. Players sign up through their local league and play in a District administered season, with a regular season Championship. The post-season starts with the selection of a District All-Star team from the Big League players within the District. These players represent District 14 in Little League Baseball's Big League International All-Star Tournament, culminating with the Big League World Series in South Carolina.



Tuesday, July 1
California District 14 Big League All-Stars Repeat as Northern California Section 3 Champions



Little League Baseball's California District 14 Big League All-Star team has earned a second consecutive trip to the California Division II (Northern California State) Big League All-Star tournament as they battled back to defeat California District 45 (Union City, Hayward, San Lorenzo, Castro Valley) in a two-of-three series. District 45 took game one 3-0 on Saturday, June 28 but California District 14 (Fremont and Newark) took two games on Sunday, June 29 to earn the return trip to Sacramento to play in the California Division II tournament that features six teams from Northern California.

The District 14 bats were held in check in the first game of the tournament as they were limited to two fifth inning singles by Zack Souza and Spoorthy Vemula. Tom Rodriguez started on the hill for District 14 and yielded a run in the first inning on a long double and gave up two more in the third. Mark Bontempo and Jordan Terbeek each made a two-inning relief appearance in the game.

Faced with elimination in game two on Sunday, District 14 sent James Gaffey to the mound. District 45 jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two innings. But that is all the D45 offense could generate, as Gaffey tossed five shutout innings while the District 14 bats came alive.

In the bottom of the third inning, the District 14 offense pounded out four hits as they scored three runs to tie the game. Spoorthy Vemula led off the inning with a hit, David Shan walked, Jake Walter singled to load the bases. Terbeek then knocked in the first District 14 run with a solid single. Kenny Cabral followed with a walk to force in the second run and Zack Souza drove home the third run with District 14’s fourth hit of the inning.

After Gaffey pitched another shutout inning in the top of the fourth, the District 14 bats came alive once again as they rapped out four more hits including doubles by Terbeek and Cabral which keyed the three-run rally that put them ahead for good 6-3.

The 6-3 District 14 victory evened the playoff and forced a winner-take-all game. District 14 Manager, Jimmy Peters, sent Mark Bontempo to the hill and Bontempo responded by pitching a terrific game as he scattered four hits over six innings and allowed only two runs, and forcing District 45 to go down 1-2-3 three separate innings. He was relieved in the seventh inning by Terbeek who tossed a quick 1-2-3 inning to close out the victory.

Offensively, District 14 jumped to an early 1-0 lead as Terbeek singled home Shan with the game’s first run in the bottom of the first inning. District 45 rallied to score single runs in the third and fourth innings to take a brief 2-1 lead. But District 14 evened it up in the bottom of the fourth inning as an errant throw by D45 allowed the tying run to score.

District 14 went ahead for good in the bottom of the fifth inning as Gaffey tagged a long triple to right field to lead off the inning. Gaffey scored on Souza’s one-out single to give District 14 a 3-2 lead going to the sixth inning. After Bontempo survived a bases loaded jam in the top of the sixth inning, his teammates provided him with a couple of insurance runs as Gaffey drove in a run with a single and Souza walked with the bases loaded to force home District 14’s fifth and final run of the game.

Once again Terbeek came in relief and he shut down District 45 1-2-3, to preserve Bontempo's win and give District 14 the Big League Northern California Section 3 Championship and earn District 14 a trip to the Northern California State Big League All-Star tournament in Sacramento. District 14/Section 3 will play their first game on Monday, July 7 at 5pm.

California District 14 returns to the California Division II Big League All-Star tournament as defending Northern California State Big League Champions. The Tournament will be played in Sacramento at the American River College Baseball Complex. Tournament champion will head to Bremerton, Washington as the Northern California State Champion to participate in the Big League Western Region All-Star Tourmament.

Big League baseball is a full-fledged Little League program for players 15 to 18. It offers players a competitive game played on a 90' diamond using traditional baseball rules. California District 14 covers the Southern Alameda County cities of Fremont – which has six Little Leagues - and Newark – which has two Little Leagues. The District 14 Big League All-Stars come from six of the eight member leagues in the District. Nearly 4000 children participate in District 14 Little Leagues in baseball programs for ages 4 to 18 years old.



Monday, July 7
Newark American Takes Home Senior All Star Title

The Newark American Senior Little Leaguers have won the 2014 CA District 14 Senior All Star Championship in convincing style, running by Niles-Centerville LL 17-7.

NALL next will play in the 2014 California Section 3 Senior All Star Tournament in Castro Valley on July 12, starting at 10:00 AM against CA District 45.

All games in this tournament will be played at Proctor Elementary School, 17520 Redwood Rd., Castro Valley, CA, home to District 45's Castro Valley Little League.

 

Congratulations to Newark American Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Senior All Star Tournament and Good Luck in the Section 3 Tournament!



Wednesday, July 2
District 14 Junior All Star Championship Won By Niles-Centerville LL
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2014 D14 Junior All Star Champs

The Junior All Stars from Niles-Centerville Little League beat Centerville National Little League for the second time, 17-3, and have won the 2014 CA District 14 Junior All Star Championship.

Centerville National was in the winners bracket and NCLL had to beat them twice. NCLL is now invited to the 2014 California Section 3 Junior All Star Tournament, hosted by CA District 52 and will be played at Half Moom Bay Little League.

 

Congratulations to Niles-Centerville Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Junior All Star Championship and Good Luck in the Sectional Tournament!



Sunday, July 6
WSLL Eliminated From Intermediate Section Tournament

The Warm Springs Little League Intermediate (50/70) All Stars dropped a close game to District 52's Redwood City 3-2 and have neen eliminated from the 2014 California Section 3 Tournament.

WSLL went undefeated in winning the 2014 CA District 14 Intermediate Title before two stright in the Section Tournament.

Congratulations to Warm Springs Little League's Intermediate team on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Championship.



Monday, June 23
Warm Springs Captures Intermediate Crown
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2014 D14 50/70 All Star Champs

The Warm Springs LL 50/70 All Stars captured the 2014 CA District 14 Intermediate Championship with a 18-0 victory over Niles-Centerville Little League.

This was the second time WSLL beat NCLL, handing them a 14-3 loss in the opening game of the tournament. WSLL then ran by Mission San Jose LL 21-8 to  advance to the Championship Game.

After losing to WSLL in the opener, NCLL defeated MSJLL 23-13 to set up the rematch with WSLL.

 

Congratulations to Warm Springs Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Intermediate Championship!



Monday, July 7
Mission San Jose LL Claims Major All Star Crown
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2014 Little League Champs

The Mission San Jose Little League All Stars have finished the 2014 CA District 14 Major All Star Tournament undefeated as the beat the Little League All Stars from Warm Springs 11-1, to win the Championship and an invitation to play in the 2014 California Section 3 Major All Star Tournament at Marshall Park, home to Fremont American Little League.

The Section Tournament will begin on July 12th with District 14 (MSJLL) facing CA District 57 at 1:00 PM.

WSLL dropped their opening game of the tournament and then put on a display of courage, winning four elimination games in a row earning the trip to the Championship Game. WSLL should feel very proud of their team.

Congratulations to Mission San Jose Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Little League All Star Tournament and Good Luck in the 2014 Section 3 Tournament!



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MSJLL All Star Team

Friday, July 18
Pleasanton American Claims Junior Section 3 Crown

Pleasanton American LL, representing CA District 57 shut out CA District 14's Niles-Centerville LL11-0 to claim the 2014 Section 3 Junior All Star Title and advance to the 2014 California Division II (State) Tournament.

NCLL lost their opening game of the tournament and had to fight their way through the elimination bracket.

NCLL slipped by CA District 45's Tennyson American LL 7-5 and then eased by HalfMoon Bay, representing CA District 52 7-6 to earn the right to play in the Championship Game.

Congratulations to Niles-Centerville on an outstanding tournament, CA District 14 is proud of you!

Congratulations to Pleasanton American LL on winning the 2014 Section 3 Junior All Star Championship and Good Luck in the Division II Tournament!



Thursday, July 10
MSJLL Crowned As District 14 10/11 Champions
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2014 D14 10/11 Champions

Misssion San Jose and Fremont American Little Leagues played in one of the most exciting Championships Games in the history of the District 14 10/11 All Star Tournaments.

MSJLL starting off the scoring by the result of a 2-run homerun in the first inning. That didn't bother FALL, who answered with three runs of their own, taking a 3-2 lead after the first inning. A preview of things to come.

MSJLL pushed across two more runs in the top of the second inning, taking a 4-3 lead into the bottom of the second.

FALL answered MSJ's ralley, putting  5 runs on the scoreboard, taking back the lead, 8-4 at the end of two innings.

Each team put a single run on the scoreboard and at the end of the third inning, FALL had a 9-5 lead.

But this is Little League Baseball, where no lead is safe and MSJ proved that by scoring four runs, tying the score at 9, going into the bottom of the fourth.

FALL couldn't answer MSJ's scoring and the game went into the 5th inning tied at 9.

MSJLL pushed across a run in the top of the 5th, taking a shakey 10-9 lead. FALL tried to answer and had the tying runner called out at the plate in a close play, ending the inning.

MSJLL put another run up on the scoreboard and going into the bottom of the 6th, leading 11-9. FALL fought back and answered with one run but couldn't push across the tying run, giving MSJLL an 11-10 victory and the 2014 CA District 14 10/11 All Star Championship.

MSJLL will next play in the 2014 California Section 3 10/11 All Star Tournament in Union City at the HALL Ranch Park, home to Union City American Little League. MSJLL will play the 10/11 Champions representing CA District 52, San Mateo Little League in the Opening Game of the tournament, starting at 10:00 AM.

Congratulations to Mission San Jose Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 10/11 Championship and Good Luck in the 2014 Section 3 All Star Tournament.



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2014 D14 9/10 All Star Champs
Wednesday, July 9
NCLL Captures 9/10 Flag

Niles-Centerville Little League staged a comeback after being behing in the early innings and defeated the Newark American Little League All Stars 16-11 and have won the 2014 CA District 14 9/10 All Star Championship.

NCLL has been invited to play in the 2014 California Section 3 9/10 All Star Tournament, which is being hosted by CA District 14 and all games will be played at Vallejo Mills School, home to the NCLL All Stars.

NCLL will play at 1:00 PM on July 12th against CA District 57's Champions, Canyon Creek Little League.

NALL took an early lead only to see a two homeruns spark the NCLL bats, which NALL had kept quiet. NCLL exploded for eight runs in the fourth and took command of the game and then held on as NALL fought back but fell short.

Congratulations to Niles-Centerville Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 9/10 Championship and Good Luck in the Section 3 Tournament!



Wednesday, June 18
Senior TOC Champs: Centerville National Little League
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2014 District 14 Senior TOC Champs

Centerville National LL took home the 2014 CA District 14 Senior Tournament Of Championship with a 10-3 victory over Newark American LL.

 CNLL had earlier defeated Niles-Centerville LL 8-0 in this three team single elimination tournament.

 

Congratulations to Centerville National LL on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Senior TOC Championship!



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2014 District 14 Junior TOC Champs
Wednesday, June 18
Newark American Claims Junior TOC Flag

The CA District 14 Junior Championship was claimed by Newark American LL with a 12-1 victory over Niles-Centerville LL.

The NALL team scored  a total of 36 runs while giving up just 2 in the tournament!

 

Congratulations to Newark American LL on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Junior Tournament Of Champions!!



Wednesday, June 11
WSLL Takes Home 50/70 Title
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2014 District 14 50/70 TOC Champs

The Warm Springs Little League 50/70 team won the 2014 CA District 14 Intermediate Championship with a 9-6 victory over the Niles-Centerville squad.

NCLL had eliminated Mission San Jose in the opening round of the three team single elinination Tournament.

 

Congratulations to Warm Springs on winning the 2014 Intermediate Title.



Friday, June 20
Centerville American Little League Captures Major TOC Crown
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2014 District 14 Major TOC Champs

The 2014 CA District 14 Major TOC Championship was won by Centerville American Little League, by way of a 11-1 victory over Fremont American Little League.

CALL defeated Warm Springs LL 6-2 and then ran by Mission San Jose Little League 13-1 before facing FALL in the final game.

FALL slipped by Centerville National LL 5-2 and then eased by Niles-Centerville LL 6-4 before running into CALL.

 

Congratulations to Centerville-American Little League on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Major TOC's!



Monday, June 16
Niles-Centerville Wins Minor Invitational
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2014 District 14 Minor Invitational Champs

The Niles-Centerville LL Minor team beat Fremont American LL 12-0 to take home the 2014 CA District 14 Minor Invitational Championship.

FALL defeated Mission San Jose LL 6-1 and ran by Warm Springs LL 13-3 before they ran into NCLL.

NCLL beat Centerville American LL 9-6 in their opener and eased by Newark American LL 5-4 to advance to the final round.

Congratulations to Niles-Centerville on winning the 2014 CA District 14 Minor Invitational.



Thursday, December 5
Little League Baseball Celebrates It's 75th Anniversary

In 1938 Carl Stotz, working with the ...