Solana Beach Little League Juniors Team wins Coast Junior League Championship

The Solana Beach Little League Juniors Team posted an impressive 14-3 regular season record to win the Coast Junior League and this weekend advanced to the finals of the Coast Cities Tournament.

Bottom row, left to right:  Max Von Posern, Nick Cable, Spencer Rydin, Matthew Fleck, Daniel Patel, Paul Bartlett; Back row, left to right:  Coach John Wood, Ray Sanchez, Beau Morgans, Nate Charles, Connor Wood, Jacob Ryder, Alec Peters, Coach Jeff Rydin, Coach Bill Fleck.

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  3. Surf and Turf 12 and under junior tennis team wins championship
  4. Del Mar Little League Mets win the Coast Cities Majors Championship
  5. Solana Beach Little League Angels win championship

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