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July 2, 2013 > District All Stars Tournament recap

District All Stars Tournament recap

Submitted By Mike Heightchew
Photos By Mike Heightchew

In the Minor game, Mission San Jose Little League (MSJLL) put on a hitting display and beat Newark American Blue Little League (NABLL) 11-6 to move into the second round against Centerville National Little League (CNLL).

Fremont American Little League (FALL) just got by Warm Springs Gold Little League (WSGLL) to also get a opportunity to play a second round game against Centerville American Little League (CALL) who had no problem with Newark American Red Little League (NARLL) 18-0. FALL and CALL will go head to head at Newark Memorial High School.

Newark National Little League (NNLL) took Niles-Centerville Red Little League (NCRLL) out of all star Tournament beating them 13-3, with great day of hitting while Warm Springs Blue Little League (WSBLL) blew out Niles-Centerville Blue Little League 14-1. NNLL and WSBLL will do battle on June 28th at Newark Memorial High School. Game time is 5:30 p.m. This should be a great game of hitting.

WSGLL and NARLL teams will play an elimination game on June 24th at Mattos School.
NCRLL will play against NABLL on June 26th at Marshall Park.
NCBLL will wait for the winner of the WSGLL and NARLL game. The winner of that game will play on June 26th at Newark Memorial High School.

The Junior Division All Stars saw NALL take it to NCLL 10-0 to advance to the second round where they will face MSJLL on June 24th at Vallejo Mills School. The game is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. CNLL beat NNLL 12-6 to have a shot at the Semi-Final game on June 29th at Vallejo Mills School. Game time is 2 p.m.


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