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The Pasadena Americal Little League 8-10 year olds are California Section 2 Champions. They will continue their All Star season in the upcoming Southern California State tournament in Corona this weekend. They will be one of ten Section Champions*** competing in a double elimination format.
The Section 2 championship game on July 18th was highlighted by outstanding pitching by CT with Dylan H to close the game by a narrow margin of 4-3. Quartz Hill Little League played tough until the final out leaving the bases loaded to end the game.
QHLL opened the top of the 1st with two runs to put pressure on PALL. In the bottom of the 3rd, a key double by Andy jump-started the PALL offense leading to Wyatt, Luke and Dylan H driving in three runs. PALL's defense continued to shine with solid infield play, Logan consistent behind the plate and a key snag by Evan.
Every PALL player found a way to contribute by getting on base, moving base runners, extended at bats, smart base running and focused defense.
PALL will now enter the 8-10 year old Southern California State Tournament this weekend. Their first game will be on Sunday evening against Golden Hills from Section 5. Congrats to our amazing coaching staff and 13 determined ball players:
Section 2 Champion Players: Adam, Andy, CT, Dylan C, Dylan H, Evan, John, Logan, Luke, Robert, Toby, Tyler and Wyatt.
Section 2 Champion Coaching Staff: Manager Valenzuela plus Coach Charvat and Coach Danni.
Good luck in State!
Next game: Sunday July 22, 6pm in Corona - El Cerrito Sports Park (7500 El Cerrito Road, Corona). Opponent: Golden Hills (representing Section 5)
The bracket may be found here. Note that PALL will be representing "Section 2",
***There are only 10 Section Champion teams in the final 8-10 year old Southern California State tournament. This group of ten teams started competition against a pool of all-star teams from across Southern California representing approximately 350+ Little Leagues. They will be coming from as far north as Santa Maria and as far south as Chula Vista.***