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2018 Intermediate West Region

2018 INTERMEDIATE
WEST REGION

Scripps Ranch is representing District 32 in the 2018 Intermediate West Regional Tournament. This tournament is being hosted by Arizona District 8 at Fleischer Park, 1500 N Hohokam Drive, Nogales, AZ 85621. Check back here and on our Facebook page to follow their progress. You can click on the words "2018 Intermediate West Region" above for a link to the official tournament bracket.

Wednesday, July 18 (Pool Play)
Game 1: Nogales National (Host District) vs. Clackamas Little League (Oregon State Champ), 6 p.m.

Thursday, July 19 (Pool Play)
Game 2:
 Scripps Ranch 
(Southern CA Champ) vs. Danville Little League (Northern CA Champ), 5 p.m.
Game 3: North Kitsap Little League (Washington State Champ) vs. Knik Little League (Alaska State Champ), 5 p.m.
Game 4: Western Little League (Arizona State Champ) vs. Central East Maui (Hawaii State Champ), 8 p.m. 

Friday, July 20  (Pool Play)
Game 5: 
Northern CA vs. Nogales, 5 p.m. 
Game 6: Washington vs. Scripps Ranch, 5 p.m.
Game 7: Arizona vs. Alaska, 8 p.m.
 
Game 8: 
Hawaii vs. Oregon

Saturday, July 21 (Pool Play)
Game 9: Oregon vs. Alaska, 5 p.m.
Game 10: Northern CA vs. Hawaii, 5 p.m.
Game 11:
Washington vs. Nogales, 8 p.m.
Game 12:
Arizona vs. Scripps Ranch, 8 p.m.

Sunday, July 22 (Pool Play)
Game 13:
Washington vs. Hawaii, 5 p.m. 

Game 14: Arizona vs. Nogales, 5 p.m.
Game 15: Northern CA vs. Alaska, 8 p.m.
Game 16: Oregon vs. Scripps Ranch, 8 p.m.

Tuesday, July 24 - Quarterfinals
Game 17: Seed #2 vs. Seed #7, 5 p.m.
Game 18: Seed #3 vs. Seed #6, 5 p.m.
Game 19: Seed #1 vs. Seed #8, 8 p.m.
Game 20: Seed #4 vs. Seed #5, 8 p.m.

Wednesday, July 25 - Semifinals
Game #21: Winner Game 17 vs. Winner Game 18, 5 p.m.
Game #22: Winner Game 19 vs. Winner Game 20, 8 p.m.

Thursday, July 26 - Finals
Game 23: Loser Game 21 vs. Loser Game 22, 5 p.m.
Game 24: Winner Game 21 vs. Winner Game 22, 8 p.m. (Championship) 



2018 Intermediate State

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INTERMEDIATE STATE

The 2018 Intermediate Southern California State tournament was hosted by District 63 at Saticoy Little League (1198 S. Saticoy Ave., Ventura, CA 93004). Click on the words "2018 Intermediate State" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, July 7
Game 1: Lake Forest (District 55-Section 10) 9, Harbor City (District 27-Section 4) 4
Game 2: Upland (Section 3) 11, South Sunrise (Section 5) 5
Game 3: Eastlake (District 42-Section 7) 13, Corona (District 72-Section 9) 1
Game 4: Scripps Ranch (District 32-Section 6) defeated Coast (District 65-Section 1)

Sunday, July 8
Game 5: Lake Forest 11, Apple Valley (Section 8) 1
Game 6:
Harbor City defeated South Sunrise
 
Game 7: Coast 15, Apple Valley 3
Game 8: Harbor City 10, Corona 4

Monday, July 9
Game 9: Upland 5, Eastlake 3

Game 10: Scripps Ranch 10, Lake Forest 0

Tuesday, July 10
Game 11: Eastlake 11, Coast 1
Game 12: Harbor City 13, Lake Forest 8 

Thursday July 12
Game 13: Scripps Ranch defeated Upland

Game 14: Harbor City 10, Eastlake 5

Saturday, July 14
Game 15: Upland 12, Harbor City 9 

Sunday, July 15
Game 16: Scripps Ranch 16, Upland 3
Congratulations to to Scripps Ranch, who with the win becomes he Southern California Intermediate All Star champions for 2018!
They will now go on to represent Distrct 32 and Southern California in the West Regional tournament in Nogales, AZ. Their first game will be Thursday, July 19 at 5 p.m. against the champions of Northern California.



2018 8-10 Section

2018 8-10-YEAR-OLD SECTION 6

The 2018 8/9/10-Year-Old Section 6 All-Star Tournament is being hosted by District 70 at Rancho Buena Vista Little League (600 3/4 Optimist Way, Vista, CA 92081). Click on the words "2018 8-10 Section" above for a link to an updated tournament bracket. 

Saturday, July 14
Game 1: 
North Park (District 33) defeated Oceanside Valley (District 70)
Game 2: Rancho Santa Fe (District 31) defeated Coronado (District 32)

Sunday, July 15
Game 3: North Park 9, Rancho Santa Fe 5

Game 4: Oceanside Valley 3,  Coronado 1
With the loss, Coronado's tournament run comes to an end. Congratulations to this team on not only their success, but for representing their league and district with class.

Monday, July 16
Game 5: Rancho Santa Fe defeated Oceanside Valley

Tuesday, July 17
Game 6: Rancho Santa Fe 6, North Park 3

Wednesday, July 18
Game 7: Rancho Santa Fe vs. North Park, 6 p.m. 



2018 9-11 Section

2018 9-11-YEAR-OLD SECTION 6

The 2018 9/10/11-Year-Old Section 6 All-Star Tournament was hosted by District 33 at Serra Mesa Little League. Click on the words "2018 9-11 Section 6" above for a link to the final tournament bracket. 

Saturday, July 14
Game 1: 
Encinitas National (District 31) 5, Vista American (District 70) 1
Game 2: Allied Gardens (District 33) defeated Rancho Penasquitos National (District 32) 

Sunday, July 15
Game 3:  Allied Gardens 10, Encinitas National 4

Game 4: Vista American 9, Rancho Penasquitos National 6 

Monday, July 16
Game 5: Encinitas National defeated Vista American

Tuesday, July 17
Game 6: Allied Gardens 5, Encinitas National 3
Congratulations to Allied Gardens, 2018 Section 6 9-11 All Star Champion. Allied Gardens will now go on to represent Section 6 at the Southern California State Tournament, beginning with a game at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 22 at Temple City American Little League.

 



2018 Little League Section

2018 LITTLE LEAGUE (MAJORS) SECTION 6

The 2018 Little League (Majors) Section 6 All-Star Tournament is being hosted by District 31 at Escondido American Little League (Jesmond Dene Park, 2401 N Broadway Ave, Escondido, CA 92026). Click on the headline above for a link to an updated tournament bracket. 

Saturday, July 14
Game 1: 
San Carlos (District 33) defeated Point Loma (District 32)
Game 2: Encinitas (District 31) 3, 
Rancho Buena Vista (District 70) 2

Sunday, July 15
Game 3: San Carlos 10, Encinitas 2
Game 4: Rancho Buena Vista 9, Point Loma 3

Monday, July 16
Game 5: Encinitas 5, Rancho Buena Vista  3

Wednesday, July 18
Game 6: Encinitas vs. San Carlos, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, July 19
Game 7: Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 5:30 p.m. (if necessary)



2018 Intermediate Section

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INTERMEDIATE SECTION

The 2018 Intermediate Section 6 All-Star tournament was hosted by District 32 at Scripps Ranch. Click on the headline above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 30
Game 1: Scripps Ranch 13, North Park 1

Monday, June 2
Game 2: Scripps Ranch defeated 
North Park
Congratulations to Scripps Ranch, champions of the 2018 Section 6 Intermediate All Star tournament.
Scripps Ranch will now go on to represent District 32 and Section 6 at the Southern California state tournament, being hosted by District 63 in Ventura. Their first game will be Saturday, July 7 at 2:30 p.m. at Saticoy Little League, 1198 S. Saticoy Ave., Ventura, CA 93004, against the champion of Section 1 – Coast Little League (District 65).



2018 Junior Section

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2018 JUNIORS SECTION 6

The 2018 Junior Section 6 All-Star tournament was hosted by District 32 at the Rancho Penasquitos Little League field. Click on the words "2018 Junior Section 6" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, July 7
Game 1: Patriot American (District 33) 5, Rancho Buena Vista (District 70) 3 
Game 2: Encinitas (District 31) 6, Rancho Penasquitos (District 32) 5

Sunday, July 8
Game 3: Patriot American 5, Encinitas 4
Game 4: Rancho Penasquitos 12, Rancho Buena Vista 9

Monday, July 9
Game 5: Encinitas defeated Rancho Penasquitos

Tuesday, July 10
Game 6: Patriot American 9, Encinitas 8
Congratulations to Patriot American, champions of the 2018 Section 6 Juniors All Star tournament. Patriot American will now advance to the Southern California State tournament, being hosted by District 13 in Thousand Oaks. Their first game will be Sunday, July 15 at 3 p.m. against the champions of Section 5. Good luck!



2018 8-10 All-Stars

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8-10 ALL STARS

The 2018 8/9/10-Year-Old All-Star Tournament was hosted by Rancho Penasquitos Little League. Click on the words "2018 8-10 All Stars" above for a link to the final tournament bracket. 

Saturday, June 23
Game 1: Clairemont Hilltoppers 8, Scripps Ranch 7
Game 2: Point Loma 6, Mira Mesa 2
Game 3: Peninsula 15, Rancho Penasquitos National 6
Game 4: Coronado defeated University City

Monday, June 25
Game 5:
Clairemont Hilltoppers 8, Point Loma 7

Tuesday, June 26
Game 6: Coronado 10, Peninsula 9 

Wednesday, June 27
Game 7: Scripps Ranch 10, Mira Mesa 0

Thursday, June 28
Game 8: Rancho Penasquitos National 11, University City 1 

Saturday, June 30
Game 9: Peninsula 7, Scripps Ranch 2
Game 10: Point Loma 10, 
Rancho Penasquitos National 0    

Monday, July 2
Game 11: Coronado 7, Clairemont Hilltoppers 0

Tuesday, July 3
Game 12: Peninsula 11, Point Loma 1

Thursday, July 5
Game 13: Peninsula 6, Clairemont Hilltoppers 1 

Saturday, July 7
Game 14: Coronado 5, Peninsula 4
Congratulations to Coronado Little League, Champions of the 2018 District 32 8-10-year-old All Star Tournament.
Coronado will now go on to represent District 32 in the Section 6 tournament, which is being played at Rancho Buena Vista Little League (600 3/4 Optimist Way, Vista, CA 92081). Their first game will be Saturday, July 14 at 12 noon against Rancho Santa Fe, the champions of District 31.



2018 9-11 All-Stars

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9-11 ALL STARS

The 2018 9/10/11-Year-Old All-Star Tournament was hosted by Presidio Little League (Sefton Field, Hotel Circle Place, SD 92108). Click on the words "2018 9-11 All Stars" above for a link to the final tournament bracket. 

Saturday, June 23
Game 1: Scripps Ranch defeated Presidio 
Game 2: 
Rancho Penasquitos National 11, Rancho Penasquitos American 4

Monday, June 25
Game 3: Scripps Ranch 7, 
Rancho Penasquitos National 1

Tuesday, June 26
Game 4: Rancho Penasquitos American defeated Presidio 

Thursday, June 28
Game 5: 
Rancho Penasquitos National 13, Rancho Penasquitos American 2

Saturday, June 30
Game 6: Rancho Penasquitos National 4, Scripps Ranch 2

Monday, July 2
Game 7: Rancho Penasquitos National 9, Scripps Ranch 7
Congratulations to Rancho Penasquitos National, 2018 District 32 9-11 All Star Champions.
RP National will now go on to represent District 32 in the Section 6 tournament, being hosted by District 33 at Serra Mesa Little League (Cabrillo Heights Park - 3393 Kearny Villa Rd.). Their first game will be Saturday, July 14 at 2:30 p.m. against Allied Gardens, the District 33 champion.

 



2018 Little League All Stars

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LITTLE LEAGUE ALL STARS

The 2018  Little League (Majors) All Stars Tournament was hosted by Scripps Ranch Little League. Click on the words "2018 Little League All Stars" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 23
Game 1: Scripps Ranch 7, 
Coronado 3
Game 2: Mira Mesa 10, Presidio 0
Game 3: Peninsula 15, Clairemont Hilltoppers 8

Monday, June 25
Game 4: Point Loma 10, Scripps Ranch 9
  

Tuesday, June 26
Game 5: Peninsula 10, Mira Mesa 0

Wednesday, June 27
Game 6: Clairemont Hilltoppers 5, Presidio 1

Saturday, June 30
Game 7: Coronado 13, Mira Mesa 1
Game 8: Scripps Ranch defeated Clairemont Hilltoppers

Monday, July 2
Game 9: Point Loma 7, Peninsula 6  

Tuesday, July 3
Game 10: Scripps Ranch 7, 
Coronado 2

Thursday, July 5
Game 11: Scripps Ranch 10, Peninsula 4  

Saturday, July 7
Game 12: Point Loma 5, Scripps Ranch 4
Congratulations to Point Loma Little League, Champions of the 2018 District 32 8-10-year-old All Star Tournament.
Point Loma will now go on to represent District 32 in the Section 6 tournament, which is being played at Escondido American Little League (Jesmond Dene Park, 2401 N Broadway Ave, Escondido, CA 92026). Their first game will be Saturday, July 14 at 10 a.m. against San Carlos, the champions of District 33.



2018 Intermediate All Stars

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INTERMEDIATE ALL STARS

The 2018 Intermediate All Star Tournament was hosted by District 32 at the Mira Mesa Little League fields. Click on the words "2018 Intermediate All Stars" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Sunday, June 10
Game 1: Rancho Penasquitos American defeated 
Clairemont Hilltoppers
Game 2: Point Loma 11, Peninsula 5

Monday, June 11
Game 3: Scripps Ranch defeated Coronado

Tuesday, June 12
Game 4: Mira Mesa defeated University City 

Thursday, June 14
Game 5: Rancho Penasquitos American 9, Rancho Penasquitos National 4

Friday, June 15
Game 6: Peninsula 11, Clairemont Hilltoppers 5

Saturday, June 16
Game 7: Rancho Penasquitos National defeated 
University City  
Game 8: Peninsula defeated 
Coronado
Game 9: Scripps Ranch 13, 
Point Loma 2

Sunday, June 17
Game 10: Rancho Penasquitos American 16, 
Mira Mesa 6 
Game 11: 
Rancho Penasquitos National 6, Point Loma 5 

Monday, June 18
Game 12: Peninsula 13, Mira Mesa 7 

Tuesday, June 19
Game 13: Scripps Ranch 11, Rancho Penasquitos American 0

Wednesday, June 20
Game 14: Rancho Penasquitos National 7, Peninsula 2

Thursday, June 21
Game 15: 
Rancho Penasquitos American 4, Rancho Penasquitos National 3

Saturday, June 23
Game 16: Scripps Ranch 12, 
Rancho Penasquitos American 4
Congratulations to Scripps Ranch, winners of the 2018 District 32
Intermediate All-Star Tournament
Scripps Ranch will now go on to represent District 32 in the Section 6 tournament, which will begin play on Saturday, June 30 at 2 p.m. versus the District 33 champion from North Park, at Jerabek Park (
Avenida Magnifica at Scripps Trail, San Diego, CA, 92131)



2018 Junior All-Stars

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JUNIORS ALL STARS

The 2018  District 32 Juniors All-Stars Tournament was hosted by University City Little League. Click on the words "2018 Juniors All Stars" above for a link to the final tournament bracket. 

Saturday, June 23
Game 1: Mira Mesa defeated Coronado
Game 2: Peninsula defeated Presidio
Game 3: Rancho Penasquitos 10, Scripps Ranch 0

Sunday, June 24
Game 4: Mira Mesa 9, University City 8
Game 5: Rancho Penasquitos 13, 
Peninsula 3 

Monday, June 25
Game 6:
 Presidio 12, Scripps Ranch 2

Tuesday, June 26
Game 7:
 Peninsula 13, Coronado 5

Wednesday, June 27
Game 8: Presidio 7, University City 4

Thursday, June 28
Game 9: Rancho Penasquitos 10, Mira Mesa 0

Friday, June 29
Game 10: Peninsula 9, Presidio 0

Saturday, June 30
Game 11: Mira Mesa 5, Peninsula 4

Monday, July 2
Game 12: Rancho Penasquitos 13, Mira Mesa 2
Congratulations to Rancho Penasquitos, champions of the 2018 District 32 Juniors All Star tournament.
Rancho Penasquitos will now go on to represent District 32 in the Section 6 tournament, which will begin Saturday, July 7 at the Rancho Penasquitos fields (
Canyonside Park, 12350 Black Mountain Road, San Diego 92129). Their first game will be at 4 p.m. against the champion from District 31.



2018 Minors TOC

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MINORS TOC

The 2018 Minors Tournament of Champions was hosted by District 32 at the Mira Mesa Little League field (8575 New Salem St., San Diego 92126). Click on the words "2018 Minors TOC" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 9
Game 1: Coronado 10, Point Loma 3
Game 2: Scripps Ranch 15, Clairemont Hilltoppers 9

Sunday, June 10
Game 3:
Mira Mesa 7, Presidio 3
Game 4: Rancho Penasquitos American 11, Peninsula 1

Monday, June 11
Game 5: University City defeated 
Coronado 

Tuesday, June 12
Game 6:
 Rancho Penasquitos National 6, Scripps Ranch 1

Thursday, June 14
Game 7: University City 6, Mira Mesa 5 (7 innings)

Friday, June 15
Game 8:
 Rancho Penasquitos National 13,
Rancho Penasquitos American 4

Monday, June 18
Game 9: 
Rancho Penasquitos National 10, University City 0
Congratulations to the Rancho Penasquitos National Padres, who are the winners of  the 2018 District 32 Minors Division Tournament of Champions. 

 



2018 Majors TOC

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MAJORS TOC

The 2018 Majors Tournament of Champions was hosted by District 32 at the Mira Mesa Little League field (8575 New Salem St., San Diego 92126). Click on the words "2018 Majors TOC" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 16
Game 1: Scripps Ranch defeated Presidio
Congratulations to the Scripps Ranch Giants, who are the winners of  the 2018 District 32 Majors Division Tournament of Champions.




2018 Intermediate TOC

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INTERMEDIATE TOC

The 2018 Intermediate Tournament of Champions was hosted by District 32 at the Mira Mesa Little League field. Click on the words "2018 Intermediate TOC" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 2
Game 1: Point Loma defeated University City
Game 2: Peninsula 12, Clairemont Hilltoppers 2

Sunday, June 3
Game 3: Scripps Ranch defeated Rancho Penasquitos National
Game 4: Rancho Penasquitos American defeated Coronado

Monday, June 4
Game 5: Peninsula 12, Mira Mesa 5

Tuesday, June 5
Game 6: Scripps Ranch 8, Rancho Penasquitos American 1

Wednesday, June 6
Game 7: Point Loma 11, Peninsula 0

Friday, June 8
Game 8: Scripps Ranch 3, Point Loma 2
Congratulations to the Scripps Ranch Cubs, who defeated Point Loma in an amazingly well-played game by both teams to win the 2018 District 32 Intermediate Division Tournament of Champions. 



2018 Juniors TOC

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JUNIORS TOC

The 2018 Juniors Tournament of Champions was hosted by District 32 at the Mira Mesa Little League fields. Click on the words "2018 Juniors TOC" above for a link to the final tournament bracket.

Saturday, June 2
Game 1: University City 18, Mira Mesa 16
Game 2: Rancho Penasquitos National 10, Coronado 4 (5 innings darkness)

Monday, June 4
Game 3: Peninsula defeated Clairemont Hilltoppers

Tuesday, June 5
Game 4: Presidio defeated Scripps Ranch

Wednesday, June 6
Game 5: Rancho Penasquitos National 12, 
University City 4 

Thursday, June 7
Game 6: Peninsula 15, Presidio 9

Saturday, June 9
Game 7: 
Rancho Penasquitos National 4, Peninsula 1
Congratulations to the Rancho Penasquitos Cubs, who defeated Peninsula in a beautifully pitched game by both teams to win the 2018 District 32 Juniors Division Tournament of Champions.  



Bat Decertification

USA Baseball Decertifies An Easton Bat

On the chance that you may have purchased the below described bat for your child to use this season, here is important information from Little League Baseball:

The Easton Ghost X 30/20 5/8 bat has been decertified by USA Baseball, and is no longer legal for use in Little League play. This action. affects only this one specific model, in this one specific size, and all other bats with the USA Baseball label are still legal for use.

Easton is offering refunds for anyone who purchased this bat, which at 30", is probably only used by kids in Intermediate or above. Here is the notice from Little League:

Dear Little League Parents and Volunteers,

Receiving a notice that a bat has been decertified, especially in the middle of the season, is challenging, inconvenient, and disappointing for everyone. On Thursday, May 3, USA Baseball informed Little League and other youth organizations about the decertification of the Easton Ghost X 30/20 5/8. We are committed to sharing that information with all of you as soon as we received it. According to the official notice from USA Baseball, "official compliance testing determined that the Ghost X 30/20 exceeds the performance limit set by the USABat Standard. Per the USA Baseball Youth Bat Performance Test Protocol as well as (USA Baseball's) contracts with Easton, these results constitute a non-compliant bat that must be decertified."

For any family or league that is impacted by USA Baseball's decertification of the Easton Ghost X 30/20 5/8, we strongly urge you to read Easton's release, which includes information about how to return your bat to receive a $500 voucher for Easton.com.

How Certification and Decertification Works

For the USABat Standard, bat manufacturers are required by USA Baseball to have their bats certified by following the protocols set out by the standard. Once a bat is certified, additional compliance testing is done to make sure that the bats remain complaint with that standard. Little League® International has no role in bat testing or compliance testing.

Once a bat that is currently in the marketplace and available for purchase fails to meet the performance standard, it is decertified, and pursuant to Rule 1.10, is an illegal bat.

What Little League® Parents and Volunteers Need to Know

Little League does not decide whether a bat meets, doesn't meet, or no longer meets the performance standard. Bats used for Little League play in all divisions must remain compliant to the applicable bat standards, as explained in the current year's rulebook (Rule 1.10).

Through LittleLeague.org/BatInfo, as well as Little League's social media and email efforts, we are committed to sharing any information about the decertification of bats as soon as possible, so that all our families and volunteers know which bats are permitted and which bats that may have already been sold are no longer approved for play.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience, and we strongly encourage you to visit LittleLeague.org/BatInfo for complete information about how bat standards impact all divisions of Little League and resources on which bats are approved for Little League use. For all information pertaining to the USABat Standard, visit USABat.com.

For those parents and leagues who purchased the Easton Ghost X, 30" -10 USA Baseball bat (model #'s YBB18GX10 30/20 & LL18GHX 30/20 Japan model), we, again, encourage you to read Easton's release and contact them as soon as possible at 1-844-531-7079, or ghostreturn@easton.com, to return your bat and receive your $500 electronic voucher.

Sincerely,
Patrick W. Wilson
Senior Vice President, Little League Baseball and Softball



Regular Season & Tournament Rules

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New Rules For 2018

Delegates to the 27th Little League International Congress, completed January 22nd in New Orleans, voted on 13 potential rules and regulation changes, with 11 of them voted in, approved by the Little League Board of Directors, and to be implemented for the 2018 season.

Seven of these new rules and regulations go into effect with the start of our 2018 regular seasons, two will apply to tournament play, and one tournament rule (with a local league option for regular season) is still being finalized and we will expect a further update on that. One rule affects only softball programs.

Regular season rules which have been approved include:
• Allowing leagues to set their own minimum/maximum number of players of a single age in any division
• Pitchers are no longer allowed to pitch more than two consecutive days (even if under the 20-pitch limit for no days of rest)
• Games suspended in the first inning will now be resumed from where they stopped
• Minimum schedule for Seniors Division play is now just 10 games
• In 9-batter lineups, substitution rules will now follow tournament rules
• In addition to the current 10-run rule, a 15-run is available one inning earlier
• In Majors division and above, managers' mound visits are reduced by one from previous rule

Changes for tournament play include:
• League age 11 and 12-year-old players who participate in 60% of an Intermediate team's games are also eligible to play on a Majors tournament team
• Use of an ineligible player during tournament games will be grounds for that team's complete removal from the tournament

A rule affecting the enforcement of manadatory play during tournament action is under further review, with an expectation of final decisions prior to the start of this year's tournaments.

For more complete descriptions of of the rules approved, along with complete records of District Administrators' vote totals from Congress, click on the Handout below.

 


Handout: 2018 Rule Changes

Want to join District Staff?

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Ever wonder how things get done? If you do, then you might just be the person we are looking for. We are always looking for volunteers who love and believe in Little League Baseball. As you should know, things don't just happen, it takes hours and hours of hard work from volunteers. Our staff oversees 11 local leagues with more than 4000 Little League players. The players need your help; they can't do it without all of the adult volunteers. We are serious about our role in the Little League organization and have a good time while supporting what we believe in. If you are interested in joining, please let us know. Send an email to llapage@san.rr.com and let us know what you are interested in. Play Ball!

 

 



Friday, May 13
Little League Pledge????

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Yes, the Little League pledge - In touring our local leagues there are still several that do not recite the pledge...  Question is why not?  I have yet to see the Junior Division say the pledge before the game.  Please - Remind our children why they are playing baseball and the expectations we have for them.  Sure we want them to have fun, but win or lose ....  They should know the pledge!  When the tournaments start and we do say the pledge before each of those games, it is embarrassing for some that they do not know the words to the Little League Pledge .....  Please have all your teams reciting the pledge before their games....Thank you



Challenger Division – The Best Part of Little League!

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Come See A Challenger Game Soon!

The Challenger Division of Little League Baseball is a program for mentally and physically disabled youth to enjoy the full benefits of Little League participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities. The program is available to any special needs child between the ages of 5-18, or who is in an ongoing high school program up to the age of 22.

More than the skills of baseball are learned through the experience. The value of the Little League Challenger Division is found in the proven therapeutic and socialization benefits of participating in sports, the strengthening of participants’ self-esteem, the opportunities to mainstream into other divisions of play, and the disciplines of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play which are hallmarks of the Little League program.

The philosophy of the Little League Challenger Division is to provide the framework so that every Little League program may offer a structured, athletic activity for all youth in the community. Challenger Division participants learn not only the fundamentals of baseball, but also how it feels to be just like other children pulling together as a team, being cheered, and earning awards for their achievements.

Currently, District 32 has Challenger Division teams in four of its leagues (Mira Mesa, Rancho Penasquitos, Peninsula and University City), with hopes to expand the program to all of the other leagues in our District as well.

 



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Little League Updates Age Determination Date

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Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of discussion about the Little League Baseball Age Determination Date. This is an important topic to everyone involved in Little League, and the Little League International Board of Directors has now decided to change the Age Determination Date for all divisions of Little League Baseball and the Little League Challenger Division to August 31.

In 2014, Little League District Administrators initially voted to move the age determination date from April 30 to December 31, effective with the 2018 season. That was amended by the Little League International Board of Directors in August 2015, moving the date from December 31 to August 31.

HERE IS HOW THIS IMPACTS YOUR PLAYERS:

For players born on or before April 30, 2005: The new age determination date of August 31 will be effective starting with the 2018 Little League Baseball Season. For the 2016 and 2017 seasons, these players will use the April 30 age determination date.

For players born between May 1, 2005 and August 31, 2005: The new age determination date of August 31 will be effective starting with the 2019 Little League Baseball Season. For the 2016, 2017, 2018 season, these players will use the April 30 age determination date.

For players born on or after September 1, 2005: The August 31 age determination date will be effective immediately, starting with the 2016 season. This was the implementation used for the 2015 season, with players turning 4 to 9 years old during the 2015 calendar year to use the December 31 age determination date. That implementation remains in place, except instead of using December 31, you will use August 31.

To see a complete chart of ages for the 2016 season, please go to this link: http://www.littleleague.org/media/llnewsarchive/2015/September-December/llb-age-determination-date.htm

 



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