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The SFLL All-Stars teams have been selected. The rosters, schedules, and updates are posted on the links below.
All-Stars games are a real treat to watch and feature our best players against the best of the Marin players in our District.
SFLL will be hosting All-Stars games almost every day from June 25 through mid-July.
Wednesday, June 29:
Little League All-Stars
San Francisco American vs San Francisco National at Tepper, 5:30pm
San Francisco American vs Twin Cites at Joe Wagner, 5:30pm
San Francisco National vs Mill Valley at Boyle Park, 5:30pm
Tuesday, June 28:
Little League All-Stars
San Francisco American vs Ross Valley at Bacich, 5:30pm
San Francisco National def San Rafael, 11-3
San Francisco American def Tiburon, 11-9
Twin Cities def San Francisco National, 16-5
Monday, June 27:
San Rafael def San Francisco, 11-10
San Francisco American def Ross Valley, 18-5
Twin Cities def San Francisco National, 8-6
In our third consecutive daily trip to Marin, SF came out incredibly flat, allowing San Rafael to build a 10-3 lead after five and half innings. But then Mike decided to pull the old 'boot and rally' routine in the dugout, inspiring us in our last three frames to make it a tight finish. In the bottom of the 6th, we had the bases loaded and Josh blasted a shot deep to right that the San Rafael outfielder was juuuuuuuust able to grab for the final out. Mike even came back in to hit in the 7th inning. Representing the tying run, Luc cleared the bases with a two-out triple. Unfortunately we were unable to coach or drive him in this time (Yes, the coach definitely thought about sending him on the OF throw).
We had our chances this game, in the early innings we just gave too much away. We will flush it and move on. We hope to get another shot at San Rafael in the elimination rounds.
For now, that's all I have to say about this game!
What a first weekend from SF National! Our 12's opened with the two-time champs at this age level (the now 20-0 Ross Valley) backed by the two-time second place finishers, Novato South (with a lineup that we are told hit 73 HR's this year in regular season play), both games on the road. Thank you schedulers of Marin, ha. Well, we played RV to a tight one at Bacich after a rough 1st inning- Jaren Estillore, Luke Closson and Chris Lee pitched amazing (we did not allow an extra-base hit or earned run) and coulda shoulda had it- Jack Burnett drove in Jaren for the game's only earned run (Elijah Pilgreen scored on all-out hustle and survived a football block from the RV catcher for our second run). Jaiden Arcuri made several clutch plays in CF. We then played out of our heads for a 6-2 W yesterday over District powerhouse Novato South at Hamman that was, without a doubt, the best played LL game I've ever been a part of. Could not be prouder of these kids. The tone was set when, with runners on 1st and 2nd, one out & Jaren on the hill in the 1st, Ezra Levy snagged a hard grounder at third, stepped on the bag, and gunned to Jack Loudermilk at 2B for the 5-4 DP to end the inning. The bottom of the first saw Luke & Jack Burnett reach base, Chris then pinch ran and got to third & Vince Brugioni just missed one, flying out deep to the track for the third out. In the 2nd, Ezra kept it up with a diving snag of a hard liner in the 5-6 hole to open the frame. After runners reached 1st & 3rd Jaren K'd a batter, then Jack Loudermilk came in and promptly induced a 6-3 grounder, Aidan Taclas to Luke to get out of it again. In the bottom of the 2nd our bats kept it up, Ezra drew a walk and Noa Abuan Andaya monstered a 2-run bomb for a 2-0 SFN lead. Jack Loudermilk went on to pitch 4.1 gutty innings for the win, allowing just 1 ER, Noa blocked literally everything behind the dish, Elijah drew a key walk after a rough pre-game injury, Jacob Boi took some great hacks up there swinging at strikes, Aidan and Luke turned a slick DP and an even slicker inning-ending 4-3 PO in the 5th (Aidan extended for the ball up the middle Joe Panik-style, planted and fired, while Luke picked it out of the dirt to save a run.) Jack Burnett cut off a shot in right center to hold NS to a 5th inning single, Luke ranged far down the line in RF to snag a popup from 1B, etc etc in the field. The bottom of the 4th saw Will Parker hit a crazy clutch solo bomb to make it 3-0, then Aidan followed it two batters later with a 2-run moonshot of his own, Jaren added a triple & scored on a Jack Burnett single, making it 6-0 SFN. Jack K'd 2 in the final frame for the 6-2 W- awesome! Back at it Tuesday, SF!
RV 6, SFN 2
SFN 6, NS 2
The SF NL All Stars returned to their new home away from home, Glenwood Park in San Rafael to play the SR All-Stars. In Nat’s fashion, it was a solid win with contributions throughout the line-up.
“Swinging” Gaitley and “Thunder” Tapia fired up the laser show early and often, launching 3 balls over the Glenwood fence. Jack’s HR might have gotten an extra push over the wall by the Coach Steve Lemmer’s enthusiastic, “Come on Ball!” Hard to say who was more excited, but it was probably “Big Lemm”. Thunder’s 2nd HR was a walk-off, sealing the Nat’s mercy win.
The Nat’s offense showed its depth, getting production up and down the line and from the bench. Dominic “Frosty” Luscher, Julian “Dr. J” Fong-McAdams (2b), George “Full Force” Gale, and Isaiah “Iceman” Alexander (2b) all tallied key hits.
The pitching staff was painting by numbers, allowing just two hits and a single run. Iceman went 2 2/3 innings, striking out 3. He kept the pitch count low, leaving Coach Ashley with lots of options as the Nats start a busy week. Ice was helped out when Dr. J made a diving catch in right to save extra bases. The SF coaching staff turned to “Cobra” Kai Seidel for middle relief. After giving up a very long fly ball, Cobra settled in and started mixing speeds and locations. He struck out 4 of the 5 batters he faced and finished strong. Luke “Lightening” Shane and Brandon “Go Big, or Go” Hom finished the game, combining for 2Ks in the final inning. Hom got the final SR batter to swing through on a fastball.
SF NL 11 – San Rafael 1
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Head coach Sonja Garnett talks about the Urban Knights' doubleheader against Concordia on April 16, 2016 and having the support of San Francisco Little League out at Mission Blue Field.
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