If you’re looking for a team to cheer on this spring, consider sending a Little League baseball team to San Bernardino for the World Series. You can watch all three tournaments at once in San Bernardino, with the winners going on to the Little League Baseball World Series in Williamsport. The tournaments are held simultaneously, so your team will have the best chance of winning one. Here are some tips for your team to make it to the big show!
Sidewinder Little League baseball team
The Sidewinder Little League baseball team is headed to San Bernardino for the West Region Tournament. The team is coming off a 9-0 season that saw them win the Arizona Little League State Championship. In the championship game, Sidewinder upset Sunnyside 7-0. The team will play the Northern California Little League representative in San Bernardino, Calif. The other teams in the double-elimination tournament will be from Southern California and Hawaii. The team that wins the region tournament will go on to the Little League World Series.
Nunaka Valley Little League’s softball team
The Nunaka Valley Little League’s softball squad is headed to San Bernardino for the 2022 Western Regional Junior Girls Softball Tournament. The team of girls, ages twelve to fourteen, is headed to the Pacific Northwest to compete. The team is coming from record-breaking rainfall in Alaska. They’ll have to get used to 90-degree temperatures in California. Nunaka Valley will take on the winner of Oregon and Idaho in the finals.
El Cajon Western’s baseball team
For the past few years, the El Cajon Western’s Little League baseball squad has been a top contender for a coveted berth in the World Series. This year, the team has already won two state tournaments, and now it’s on its way to San Bernardino. The team is led by Dave Keener, who has been a champion of the Little League program for years. He has been a former U.S. Army officer and is now a private sector executive. His heart is large, and his understanding of the positive impact of volunteers is apparent.
Torrance Little League’s baseball team
The 12s fought back from an early deficit and are headed to San Bernardino for the District 42 all-star tournament. Eastlake was the team they faced in the championship game and it took the boys until the sixth inning to put them over the top. Torrance, meanwhile, had to win every game leading up to that. Despite a tough schedule, the boys showed great tenacity, and the win over Eastlake was a memorable moment for the team and its parents.
Snow Canyon’s all-stars baseball team
The 2022 class of players is headed to the Little League World Series in San Bernardino, Calif., this weekend. The 2022 squad, which is coached by Brandon Lyon, has won multiple regional titles and earned national attention at various points during the past decade. The team plays at beautiful Warrior Field and supports the PBR program by sending players to college. The 2022 team is the early favorite to take home the Region 9 championship, with the winner advancing to the Little League World Series.
Snow Canyon’s all-stars softball team
Coach Ryan Denhart congratulates Sydney McCaul for making history twice this year as the 12U all-star softball team made a trip to San Bernardino for regional competition. The team defeated a team from Oahu, Hawaii, and advanced to the regional final. The rest of the team is coming from different parts of the state. Snow Canyon will take on a team from Cedar American, which won its regional game and advancedto the World Series tournament.