Beach Cities ELITE 12U team wins again

The Beach Cities ELITE (BCE) 12U Baseball Club continued its strong fall season by winning the Triple Crown Sports “San Diego Showdown” held Veterans Day weekend. Out of a field of 17 teams, BCE took the Division I Championship by decisively winning three games on Sunday while improving its record to 25-4. BCE draws from the top 12 year olds in Solana Beach, Encinitas, Del Mar and Carmel Valley. Front, L to R: Ryder Sargenti, Luke Benardi, Nic Baum, Kai Hasayma; Standing, L-R: Coley Colleran, Pete Gagne, TK Parker, Niko Ortega, Spencer Jones, Austin Machado; Coaches, L-R: Todd Parker, Chaz Gagne, Danny Colleran, Chris Jones. Not pictured: players EQ Workinger,  Cole Friend.

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