Del Mar Little League Championship

American AAA champions the Thunder (10-11 year olds)

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Del Mar Little League concluded the 2012 season this past weekend for most of the divisions.  On Championship Saturday, the Majors, AAA, and AA division championship games were played and the winning teams recognized.  The league thanks all the players, families and volunteers that have made this season such a great experience for the kids.

Congratulations to the 2012 Division Champions:

Majors Champion Brewers

Jason Charnholm, Justin Diehl, Conner Dunham, Evan Galluzzi, Ben Jackel, Kevin Kampfer, Bradley Keel, Arthur Knowler, Ted Merrifield, Michael (M.J.) Metz, Michael Perrone, Karenna Wurl   Coaches: Larry Jackel, David Diehl, Mike Metz, Marshall Merrifield, Mike Perrone

AAA Champion Rattlers

Andrew Beamer, Ryan Bermudez, Josh Cline, Andrew Drennan, Tony Graciano, Nicholas Herrmann,  Benjamin Marks, Matthew O’Brien, Andrew Schulz, Zachary Schwartzberg, Brian Shubat, Mo Vanderwiel   Coaches: Doug Schulz, Andy Bermudez, Steve O’Brien, Jim Cline, Ross Schwartzberg

AA Champion Sea Dogs

Liam Doheny, Joseph Gentile, Bryce Grudzielanek, Dylan Johnson, Charlie Morrison, Andy Nilipour,  Mitchell Park, Logan Rips, Zachary Rowell, Trent Schweizer, Chase Waldal, Carson Williams   Coaches: Greg Williams, Mark Grudzielanek, Ron Johnson, Greg Rowell

For league updates, scores and standings, visit the league website at www.dmll.org

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