Del Mar Little League AAA Thunder finalists in Coast Cities Tournament

Del Mar Little League AAA Thunder (from left) first row: Michael Hao, Aiden Springer, Joey Stack, Ian Crosbie, Andrew Park. 2nd row: Coach Gary Ladrido, Chase Ladrido, Maximino Romero, Jake Scott, Ryland Means, Conor Sefkow, Derek Rusher. 3rd row: Manager Doug Means, Coach Troy Rusher, Coach Rob Stack.

Congratulations to the Del Mar Little League AAA Thunder for making it to the finals of the Coast Cities Tournament held June 5 – June 13 in Encinitas between top-ranked teams from local little leagues. Though they lost the final match, the team played outstanding baseball, outscoring their tournament opponents 30-5 during their march to the finals.

Pictured (from left) 1st row:  Michael Hao, Aiden Springer, Joey Stack, Ian Crosbie, Andrew Park.  2nd row:  Coach Gary Ladrido, Chase Ladrido, Maximino Romero, Jake Scott, Ryland Means, Conor Sefkow, Derek Rusher.  3rd row: Manager Doug Means, Coach Troy Rusher, Coach Rob Stack.

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