Beach Cities Elite 11U’s Tourney Finalist

Front left to right: Liam Keoneke, Coley Colleran, Cam Clark, Kai Haseyama. Back row (l to r): Coach Todd Parker, Austin Machado, Coach Gary Anderson, Grant Anderson, Spencer Jones, T K Parker, Ben Anderson, Coach Danny Colleran, Shane Telfer, Nic Baum. Not pictured: Coach Chaz Gagne and players Pete Gagne, Ethan Kreutzmann and Ryan Mendez.

Beach Cities Elite 11U’s played in an exciting, back-and-forth championship game at the Triple Crown Sports 10th Annual Fall Classic held Oct. 6-7.  Elite overcame 2-run deficits in the 4th and 5th innings and a 3-run deficit in the 6th to lead 9-8 going into the bottom of the final inning.  Their opponent scored 2 runs on a double hit with the bases loaded to take the crown handing Elite their first loss by the score of 10-9.

The Beach Cities Elite Baseball Club primarily draws from top 11 year-old players in Encinitas, Solana Beach, Carmel Valley and Del Mar.

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