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Oregon Falls to MB All-Stars

Aug 11, 2015 07:06AM ● Published by Jeanne Fratello

Chase Ozawa makes a key catch in center field, anchoring MBLL's stingy defense.

Gallery: MBLL Victory over Oregon [3 Images] Click any image to expand.

The Manhattan Beach Little League team continued its tournament winning streak on Monday, defeating a formidable Oregon team, 11-2. The Manhattan Beach team is representing Southern California at the Junior League Baseball West Regional Tournament, being held this week in Vancouver, WA.

The MBLL victory against the Beaverton team came despite a boisterous crowd who came to cheer on the Oregon team.

 "We got a great pitching effort from Tommy McMahon, Evan Voss and Everett Smith," said manager Keith Ramsey, "Dylan Dennis continued his torrid streak at the plate with four more RBIs and Jake Gordon and Nick Carpino had 3 hits apiece."

Ramsey added, "The boys came through in a big way when they needed it most."

The team is awaiting results from other games to determine its semi-finals matchup. The winner of the final game in the West Regional Tournament will advance to the 2015 Junior League World Series.

The Junior division is made up of 13- and 14-year-olds. The MBLL Junior 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 Junior All-Stars played in the Little League World Series in Taylor, Michigan. 

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