In the Junior tournament, Crescenta Valley battled talented Burbank to an if-necessary championship game after picking up a 4-3 win in the championship game. However, Burbank bounced back in the last game to net a 13-3 win.
In the 9- and 10-year-old Baseball Tournament, Vaquero emerged with a 2-1 win against Crescenta Valley in the if-necessary championship game. Pitchers Gio Ceballos and David Piedra combined to pace Vaquero.
After being no-hit for four innings, Crescenta Valley’s 10- and 11-year-old squad rallied to score nine runs in the final two innings to notch a 9-4 win against Tujunga in the championship contest. Jonathan Tyler of Crescenta Valley came within one out of pitching a complete game.
Crescenta Valley got one home run apiece from Jacob Martinez, Kyle Tavizon and Christian Castaneda to earn an 8-6 win against Burbank in the if-necessary title game of the Major Baseball Tournament.
Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans seemed in control of capturing the Junior Tournament. Needing just one win to advance, Burbank dashed Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans’ hopes with an 11-1 win in the championship contest before coming back the next day to record a 7-4 win in the if-necessary title contest.
The Foothill 9-10 team appeared in prime position to keep their season going after picking up victories in its first two games, but it ran into a hot Quartz Hill team that won the championship game before claiming the if-necessary championship contest. Foothill held an 11-10 lead entering the sixth inning before Quartz Hill scored six runs in the top of the inning to eliminate Foothill.