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Sean Sidi, the 19-year-old son of a former Board Member of Viking Soccer, went missing in San Francisco on Tuesday. Sean had suffered a traumatic brain injury a few months ago and was recovering, doing okay, but vulnerable. On Tuesday midday, he had gone back to visit a teacher at International High School on Oak St. He talked to his dad around 1:30, saying he was headed by bus to "the park." His phone went dead around 2 pm.
The below website has more details, picture of Sean, and ways to provide anonymous tips. Please do not call the number to touch base, use it only if you have tips. Thank you.
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Your Feedback is Important to SFLL. SFLL strives to provide the best baseball and softball experience possible for the children of San Francisco. Please take a few minutes to complete our 2013 Spring Season Surveys and thank you for supporting SFLL.
Our League has reached out to some restaurants around the city that you might find convenient if you are having an after season team party. If you mention your team is from SF Little League, you will receive a discount - verify discounts first before confirming your reservation.
Contact: Dino or Jesus
Phone: (415) 922-4700
Offer: 15% off total bill - offer includes pickup, delivery and inside dining.
Goat Hill Pizza
Contact: Elena Neustadt
Phone: (415) 225-7705
Offer: 20% off.
Mozzarella di Bufala Pizzeria
Contact: Pedro Galletti
Phone: (415) 341-7042
Contact: Diogo Martini
Phone: work: (415) 661-8900 cell: (650) 333-8444
Offer: 15% off total bill or 10% off food + free pitchers of soda - offer includes both dining and delivery.
Round Table Pizza - Portola
Contact: Jeffrey Spiegel
Offer: A 20% discount will be offered to any Little League team order.
Coaches Michael Bolcerek and Justin Sato
The U-12 SFLL All-Stars had a strong showing in the Marin Girls Softball Fastpitch Tournament. SFLL All-Stars took their pool with two wins and one loss on Saturday combining strong hitting and great defense with solid pitching. On Sunday May 5th SFLL took the first game and qualified for the semi-finals. In the second game of the day, SFLL took a good lead against Mill Valley but ended up stumbling a bit and losing to the eventual champions. In the consolation SFLL fought back from a 10-2 deficit but could not bring in the last runner on third base with a great rally, and ended up on the losing side in a 7 inning thriller, 10-9. SFLL ended up as fourth of eight teams with a 3-3 record against teams from Marin to Sonoma.
~Coach Michael Bolcerek
This season's U-12 All Stars were led by Coach Michael Bolcerek and Justin Sato. They did a fantastic job with a great group of players. Softball's All Star Tournament is a quick turnaround event. Players and coaches were selected in late April, giving enough time to have one or two practices as a team before heading over to Marin to represent SFLL in this event. I would like to thank the coaches and players for doing such a wonderful job of representing the growing talent here in San Francisco.
~ Henry Gunn, SFLL Softball Commissioner
Head Coach Steven Jo
Assistants Tsuan Li, Kim Wilkinson, and Frank Zip
The San Francisco Little League presented its first ever 10U team to the Marin All Star Softball Tournament this last weekend. The team was formed with 14 talented and passionate girls from our Minors division, and they did a fantastic job at that.
The rules were very different and the girls did not have much time to prepare. Over the course of one week, they learned to lead off bases, steal 2nd and home, work the continuation rule, and minimize runs earned from pass balls and a fast running game. But they persevered, and in fact, loved it! Isabella Hochschild sums it up by saying “My favorite rule was being able to steal every base. Stealing home and second make the games much more interesting.”
The highlight of the weekend? Coming back from a 10 run deficit to beat San Anselmo on the bottom of the last inning!
While their record for the weekend was 1 win and 3 losses, the girls did much better than the numbers suggest. On Sunday, they lost to Sonoma, which eventually took the crown. But Sonoma did not get away easy. They were behind San Francisco through the middle of the game.
But most of all, the girls had a blast. In their own words... Molly Lindsey says “All Stars is awesome!”. Ella Tang “learned new rules and how to catch better”. Ally Poggi added that “it was fantabulous!”.
Congratulations SFLL 10U Softball All Stars on a job well done!
~ Coach Steven Jo
Our inaugural 10U All Stars were led by Coach Steven Jo with the help of Tsuan Li, Kim Wilkinson, and Frank Zip. They had a difficult job of learning and teaching new rules to a great group of players in a short period of time. I believe the coaches and players did a wonderful job of representing the newer talent of San Francisco Little League and I look forward to our 10U's representing us again in future All Star Tournaments.
~ Henry Gunn, SFLL Softball Commissioner
Congratulations to the following coaches who have been appointed as All-Star managers for 2013!
Juniors: Todd Tullis
NL 11-12s: John Rinn
NL 10-11s: Alex Rubin
NL 9-10s: Charley Moore
AL 11-12s: John McWalter
AL 10-11s: Ben Yarin
AL 9-10s: Gerald Reader
For more information on our All-Star Program, click here
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Opening Day 2013 Photos can be viewed at 37prints.smugmug.com.
Ordering Prints: Navigate to the photo you would like to order prints of. Above the photo you will see a button labeled "Buy". Click this button, and from the drop-down menu click "This Photo".
Downloading a Photo: To download a full-resolution version of the photos, hover your mouse over the right side of the photo. A menu will appear over the image. Click the button showing a folder with a green arrow at the bottom of the menu - this will automatically download a full-resolution version of the image to the default download folder on your PC.
Please make sure to check the current list of approved bats (Little League has recently revoked approval for some bats):
When calling 911 on a cellular phone near a highway, the call is connected to The California Highway Patrol (CHP) dispatch center. Use the following phone numbers to call SF 911 Dispatch directly:
In San Francisco and on Treasure Island: 415-553-8090
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