Solana Beach Little League Wins District 31 Little League Skills Competition

Upper row, left to right: Coach Sanjay Nichani, #27 Matthew Cheverton, #33 Arjun Nichani, Manager Kirk Foate, #7 Jack Rosoff, #8 Sam Zilberman, #42 Jonathan Durgana, Coach Cliff Durgana, President SBLL David Crean; Bottom row: #12 Jack Foate, #6 Ryan Crean, #9 Nick Larson, #36 Catcher Ryan Michalski, #2 Alex Oliver. Not pictured #55 Chance DePaul, Chad Bailey.

Solana Beach Little League Majors All-Stars won the overall two-event skills competition at the recent District 31 Little League All-Star skills competition.

Fourteen all star teams participated in the competition, including two each from Encinitas, Del Mar,  Escondido, and Poway, and one each from  Carmel Mountain Ranch, Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch, Valley Center, and Solana Beach.

Solana Beach scored 50 points in the around-the-horn contest on the four bases which involved all players on the team throwing from base to base in two minutes.

In the Home Run Derby each team provided a pitcher, catcher and batter.  Solana Beach scored 63 points to overtake several teams and win the Home Run Derby portion of the skills competition, as well as overall skills competition.

The skills competition was the start of the District 31 Little League All-Star Tournament. Games start on Saturday, June 22, and is first step on way to Williamsport for the Little League World Series.

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