Del Mar National Little League Hooks Team wins league’s AA Division Championship

With a thrilling 5-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning, including the game-clincher, a two-outs, two-strikes grand slam, the 2014 Del Mar National Little League Hooks team earned its 19th victory of the season and won the league’s AA Division Championship.  The Hooks team fell to its Del Mar American League counterpart 5-4 in the two leagues’ Championship recently at Ashley Falls and finished the season with a record of 19-5.

(From left to right): Asst. Coach Brian Kanig, Rex Kanig, Coach Jonathan Newlander, Evan Newlander, Evan Kim, Chris Greco, Caden Farber, Max Schwartzberg, Dane Oleksy, David Young, James Meyer, Asst. Coach Bob Farber, Asst. Coach Dave Young, and Ethan Cho.

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