Beach Cities ELITE team wins ‘Fall Classic’

After a strong third place finish out of 44 teams from three countries in the Las Vegas “Fall Nationals,” the Beach Cities ELITE (BCE) 12U team capped off a successful late summer/early fall season with a Championship in the Triple Crown “Fall Classic” held Oct. 5-6 in San Diego. BCE’s summer/fall record was an impressive 20-4, losing in two previous tournament Championship games.  BCE draws from top 12 year olds in Solana Beach, Encinitas, Del Mar and Carmel Valley. Front left to right: Pete Gagne, Spencer Jones, Nic Baum, Cam Clark, Luke Benardi; Back row (l to r) Ethan Sakata, Austin Machado, Niko Ortega, TK Parker, Coley Colleran Coaches (l to r) Chris Jones, Danny Colleran, Todd Parker not pictured: Coach Chaz Gange and player EQ Workinger

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