News and Announcements
Solana Beach Majors advance to the Southern California Division III - South sub-division - Tournament hosted by District 33, Chollas Lake Little League.
Solana Beach lost their first game 2-0 to Tijeras Creek.
Solana Beach won their second game 3-2 over Alpine American.
Solana Beach won their third game 13-3 over Upland Foothill.
Solana Beach wins their fourth game against Tijeras Creek 6-5 and forces a final game for Thursday night 7/26 at 5:30pm
Click on the title of this news item to link to the District 33 website for directions, brackets and information.
The winner of the South sub-division will advance to the Division III championship series (best of 3) with the North sub-division winner at La Mirada, District 29.
The winner of the Division III Championship series will play in the Western Regional Tournament in San Bernardino.
Good Luck Solana Beach Little League!
CMR Juniors advance to the Southern California Division III - South sub-division - Tournament hosted by District 28, Murrieta National Little League.
Games played at Los Alamos Sports Park.
CMR won their first game 13-2 over West Barstow.
CMR won their second game 7-0 over Newmark.
CMR was defeated in their third game 17-0 by Tijeras Creek.
CMR won their fourth game 6-1 over West Barstow.
The run for Carmel Mountain Ranch Juniors came to an end last night
with a 9-1 loss to Tijeras Creek.
Thank You Carmel Mountain Ranch Juniors!
Click on the title of this news item to link to the District 28 website Allstars webpage.
On July 12th, 2007 at Jesmond Dene Park in Escondido the John Coffey Scholarship Award recipients were announced prior to the District 31 All-star Little League (11-12 year olds) championship game. The recipients this year were Ryan Walker, a junior umpire from Carmel Mountain Ranch Little League; and Bruce Courtney, Umpire-in-Chief for 4S Ranch Little League.
The john coffey scholarship award has been established by Earlene Coffey in conjunction with District 31 to honor annually two volunteer umpires who show and possess the effort, respect and teachings of the former District 31 Umpire-in-Chief.
John Coffey dedicated his life to the advancement of the volunteer umpire. Whether by teaching or example John Coffey epitomized the dedication of the volunteer umpire. Even after years of service, John continued to seek betterment for himself and those who sought his advice. This scholarship award seeks to continue the effort, respect and professional attitude he exemplified each and every time he stepped on the baseball diamond.
The scholarship recipients are chosen by a committee consisting of Mark Bernstein, District 31 Umpire-in-Chief, along with Tom Marshall and Earlene Coffey.
The honorees will be awarded a scholarship to attend a weekend or weeklong clinic of his choice at the Western Regional Headquarters in San Bernardino, California; a complete set of umpire plate gear; in addition to a plaque signifying the achievement.