2013 Del Mar American Little League Rangers win Championship

The 2013 Del Mar American Little League Rangers captured the Majors Division Championship, finishing strong with a 3-0 post-season tournament record and earning a berth in the Championship Saturday finals held on June 1.

Pictured left to right: Luke Pisacane, Coach Keith Shores, Joseph Harrington, Coach Craig Ramseyer, Cade Ramseyer, Bryson Shores, DMLL President and Manager Joe Caprice, Matt Caprice, Sean Lui, Stephen Klugherz, Assistant Coach Arnold Garza, Joshua Lewis, Alex Garza, Corrado Martini, Kaleb Conti, and Coach Jeff Martini. Not pictured: Peyton Grba.” Photo courtesy of Christine Caprice

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