Rancho Santa Fe Titans win their second championship

The Rancho Santa Fe Titans, boys under-12 baseball team won the Division I triple crown San Diego Showdown tournament on Nov. 14 and 15 in Lakeside. The Titans faced some of the best teams in the San Diego area and won three straight games Sunday including a final win of 4-2 over the No. 1 seeded Long Beach Dirtclots.

This is the second tournament championship title the Titan team has earned in the past month and qualifies the team for the Triple Crown World Series in Steamboat Springs, Colo.

The team is composed of boys from Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, Solana Beach, Del Mar and surrounding communities.

Pictured in front row is Miles Loef; in the middle row are Calvin Campbell, Trevor Pohlman, Nate Wiley and Timmy Holdsworth; in the back row are Wesley Thatcher, Luke Witmeyer, Julian Harris, Kyle McNulty, Josh Sidney and Jack Harris. The coaches include John Sidney, Eric Andrews and Ron Witmeyer.

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