GILROY—Daniella Sanchez is a bright, bubbly, athletic 8-year-old. But behind her big brown eyes and sweet smile is a girl who likes to hit—and she’s good at it, too.
Gary Diaz’s eyes get a little wider and his smile a little brighter when he talks about his trip to Cooperstown. As a man who lives and breathes baseball, both as a fan and as a local umpire, visiting the birthplace of the sport was on his bucket list and he got to check it off in unique fashion this summer.
VANCOUVER, WASH.— The Gilroy Junior All Stars finished third in the Western Regional Tournament Wednesday, escaping Washington 7-5, thanks to a four-run seventh inning.
VANCOUVER, WASH.—The Gilroy Junior All Stars had no answer for Southern California’s pitching during Tuesday’s Junior Western Regional semifinal game.
VANCOUVER, WASH.—The Gilroy Junior All Stars rebounded from Friday’s loss to Hawaii with a vengeance. Gilroy outscored its weekend opponents 24-2 in the Western Regionals tournament as it continues its pursuit of a World Series berth.
VANCOUVER, WASH.—The Gilroy Junior All Stars went toe-to-toe with Hawaii Friday and held their own.
HOLLISTER—Registration has begun for Hollister Little League’s 2015 Challenger Leagues.
CHINO HILLS—Gilroy’s Pac-Coast 11U team racked up 11 hits to best Attack Baseball Club 14-6 in the USSSA AA World Series Gold Bracket Friday.
VANCOUVER, WASH.—The Gilroy Junior All Stars had an extra day of preparation—and waiting—before their first game in the Junior Western Regional tournament. While they were bouncing on their heels to take the field, the All Stars, representing Northern California, discovered the meaning of the old adage “patience is a virtue.”
The DUB Baseball Academy’s 19U and 15U Dynasty teams won the Lake Tahoe World Series in their respective age groups July 26.