The Ocean View Little League 9/10 year-old All-Star team won the Southern California Division 3 championship Sunday by defeating Moorpark Little League, 9-2 at Johns-Manvillle Park/Ray Anderson Field in Lompoc.
Ocean View, representing the South, swept North representative in the best-of-three series en route to the title, winning the first game played Saturday between the teams, 11-10. Sunday's championship put the finishing touches on a 13-0 postseason run for Ocean View, which won District 62, Section 10, Sub-Division South and Southern California Division 3 tournament championships.
The Ocean View 9/10 All-Stars: Jack Rockefeller, Matt Hernandez, Cade Hart, AJ Hurtado, Jack Smith, Evan Knipe, Riley Reece, Kai Mullens, Antonio Ventimiglia, Jimmy Legg, Daniel Kotkosky, Chad Lux, Sam Cohn. Manager: Dana Lux. Coaches: Art Hernandez, Andy Hurtado.
District 62 Tournament
Ocean View 27, Westminster 0
Ocean View 15, Costa Mesa American 1
Ocean View 10, Huntington Valley 1
Ocean View 9, Huntington Valley 4
Section 10 Tournament
Ocean View 3, Rancho Niguel 2
Ocean View 17, Ladera Ranch National 2
Ocean View 6, Rancho Niguel 2
Sub-Division South Tournament
Ocean View 13, Newmark 3
Ocean View 7, Chula Vista American 4
Ocean View 5, Encinitas 1
Ocean View 12, Encinitas 0
Southern California District 3 Tournament
Ocean View 11, Moorpark 10
Ocean View 9, Moorpark 2
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Little League (12-year-old) All-Stars
Ocean View's bid for the Sud-Division South championship came to an end July 24 following a 9-4 loss to Encinitas in the tournament's championship game at El Cajon (Fletcher Hills Little League host).
District 62 and Section 10 champion Ocean View split its first two games at the double-elimination tournament but won three straight elimination games which included a 6-4 win over Encinitas July 23, to force a title game showdown.
Encinitas on Monday defeated Long Beach to win the Southern California Division 3 title and advance to represent Southern California at the Little League Western Regional tournament which starts Friday in San Bernardino.
The Ocean View Little League All-Stars: Andrew Baldwin, Edward Pelc, Noah Karliner, Mauro Ballinas, Sinjin Choi, Jake Vogel, Jared Manzo, Jag Burden, Zach Lyons, Rocco Peppi, Riley Shannon, Jared Reyes, Lucas Catano. Manager: Vince Manzo. Coaches: Randy Karliner, Mark Shannon.
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HB Pateadores win cup title
The girls' under-12 team from Pateadores Soccer Club-Huntington Beach won its second-straight tournament title by winning its division at the PATS Cup. The tournament was played Saturday and Sunday in San Juan Capistrano.
In its first game, against another PATS team from Rancho Santa Margarita, HB Pateadores scored an impressive, 6-0 shutout victory. The team's second game Saturday ended in a 2-2 tie score against Chula Vista.
In Sunday games at JSerra High, Huntington blanked Newport Mesa Soccer Club, 3-0, to advance to the division final where they met Chula Vista for a second time. This time, Huntington came out on top, 3-0, to win the tournament title. Sarah Boucher, Mattie Soules and Kate Marsh scored goals and goalies Sophia Doumanian, Soules and Julia Svartstrom combined for the shutout.
The HB Pateadores U12 team is: Mikayla Carman, Sophia Doumanian, Catherine Layton, Kate Marsh, Kaili Manthorne, Isabella Messina, Lindsay Rule, Niki Serrano, Allyson Sickels, Mattie Soules, Cristina Stewart, Julia Svartstrom, Vanessa Tapia, Jillian Tubbs, Cora Sjogren Annika Weiderin , and guest players Sarah Boucher, Claudia Capoccia and Jackie Peterson. The team is coached by Dave Vasquez, Jim Wallings and Holly http://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/07/world-series-of-poker-big-one-1-million-dollar-buy-in-aces-vs-aces-bad-beat.
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