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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — The East Central Maui Little League baseball team picked up its first win at the Majors Division (11-12) Western Regional tournament on Tuesday, getting a four-hitter from Josh Nobriga and a home run from Noah Apolo in a 4-0 victory over Cedar City (Utah) American.
Norbriga struck out eight batters, and was 2-for-3 with a walk. Brandon Yonashiro was 2-for-2 for Central (1-2), and Chazz Ishikawa was 2-for-4.
Cedar City fell to 0-3.
Central will play its final pool play game Wednesday against Loomis (Calif.) Eureka Lakeside, which is 3-0 in pool play, outscoring its opponents 21-2.
The top four teams in the six-team region will advance to Friday’s semifinal round. The winner of Sunday’s championship game will advance to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., scheduled for Aug. 21-30.
HAWAII 4, UTAH 0
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|UTAH Cedar City, UT||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||3||2|
Sunday, August 9, 2009 11:03 AM
Tournament game at San Bernardino, CA (Neutral site)
NEVADA 10, UTAH 9
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|NEVADA Las Vegas, NV||0||0||2||4||3||1||10||14||1|
Legacy picks up win at Little League regional
By Ray Brewer · August 9, 2009 · 4:54 PM
Bryce Harrell’s run-scoring single plated Ryan Jackson with the winning run Sunday to lift Henderson’s Legacy Little League to a 10-9 victory against Utah’s Cedar City American Little League at the Western Regionals in San Bernardino, Calif.
The win puts Legacy, which opened Friday with a 7-1 loss to Northern California, at 1-1 in the six-team event with two games remaining in pool play competition. The winner advances to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.
Jackson had the big bat for Legacy, hitting a three-run home in the third inning to erase a 5-3 deficit. He also doubled to lead off the sixth.
“We hit the ball pretty good today, but we could have hit it better,” Legacy coach Todd Slusher said. “All of the teams here are so good that you don’t know what to expect with each game. You can’t afford to play an average game or struggle.”
Matt Almodovar and Dylan Pletsch also hit home runs for Legacy as it built a 9-5 advantage. But Utah took advantage of inconsistent pitching by Legacy to even the game at nine in the top of the sixth.
Legacy returns to action Tuesday against Park View Little League of Chula Vista, Calif. The Southern California team beat Utah 27-1 in its tournament opener.
“We have to play six innings all the way through,” Slusher said. “No games should be a blowout in this tournament.”