Beach Cities Elite 11U’s win tourney

(Above) Front left to right: Cam Clark, Ethan Kreutzmann, Stafford Anderson, Kai Haseyama, Ryan Mendez, Coley Colleran, Nic Baum. Back row (l to r): Coach Todd Parker, Coach Gary Anderson, Pete Gagne, Austin Machado, Spencer Jones, T K Parker, Coach Chaz Gagne, Shane Telfer, Coach Danny Colleran, Grant Anderson

One of Southern California’s newest competitive baseball clubs played their first tournament over the Sept. 15-17 weekend going undefeated and winning the semi-finals and Championship by mercy. The Beach Cities ELITE Baseball Club primarily draws from top 11 year-old players in Encinitas, Solana Beach and Del Mar. By winning the Triple Crown Sports Season Opener Tournament, Elite qualified for the TC World Series held annually in Steamboat Springs, Colo.

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