Manhattan Beach Little League Junior All-Stars Post Loss
Aug 08, 2015 03:02PM
By DigMB Staff
Right fielder Colin Livingston not only has a dependable glove, but his strong arm has thrown out numerous batters at first base.
To do that, the team will have to win all of its remaining games, two regular pool play contests and a potential semi-finals matchup and the tournament's championship game.
MBLL Manager Keith Ramsey, who described the loss to tournament-favorite Arizona as " (We) Played a very good Nogales team and didn't make enough plays to win" also said the team just has "to take care of business" for the remainder of the tournament.
There are two pools in the tournament: MB is in Pool A with Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Pool B includes Gilroy Little League representing Northern CA, Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, and Nevada.
Should Oregon and MB end pool play at 3 wins and 1 loss, the tie break will go to the team that has allowed fewer runs per defensive inning played. Thus far, MBLL has given up four runs in 12 innings and Oregon has given up six runs in 14 innings.
The West Regional Tournament is being played at Propstra Stadium in Vancouver, WA.
Junior All-Stars are 13- and 14-year olds from Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach Little Leagues. The MBLL Jr. All-Star roster is
- Merrick Baldo
- Nick Carpino
- Dylan Dennis
- Matt Devico
- Jake Gordon
- Jared Karros
- Colin Livingston
- Tommy McMahon
- Chase Meidroth
- Chasen Ozawa
- James Park
- Everett Smith
- Cooper Sutherland
- Evan Voss
Last year's MBLL Jr. All-Stars made it to the Little League World Series in Taylor, Michigan.
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