Rocklin’s team made it to the Little League World Series

Rocklin’s team made it to the Little League World Series


The Tri-Cities Little League All-Stars pack their bags and bats for San Bernardino for the West Region, the final game before the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. All the way to the western states,” Tri-City hunter Kobe Nuss said. The Tri-City All-Stars became the fourth team from the Sacramento area to punch their ticket to the Little League World Series. The 2018 Rocklin team finished one game shy of a trip to Williamsport. “I remember watching them play and I remember them going farther and farther and I remember them going to San Bernadino,” Nuss said. The team, made up of 12-year-olds, outscored their opponents 52-0 at districts, flew through sectionals and went undefeated at State Nor Cals. “When they’re on, they’re on. It’s quite a spectacle,” said head coach John Wardlaw. With the help of their long ball, strong ball and strong defense, they will hope to achieve their ultimate goal this summer. WILLIAMSPORT – They want to go to the Little League World Series. We’re on our way,” Wardlaw said. Tri-Cities opens the West Region tournament against Arizona on Saturday at 4 p.m.

The Tri-Cities Little League All-Stars pack their bags and bats for San Bernardino for the West Regional, the final game before the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event and not many teams make it down to the Western Conference,” Tri-City catcher Kobe Nuss said.

The Tri-City All-Stars became the fourth team from the Sacramento area to punch their ticket to the Little League World Series. The 2018 Rocklin-based team finished one game shy of a trip to Williamsport.

“I remember going to see them play and I remember them going away and I remember them going to San Bernardino,” Nuss said.

The team, made up of 12-year-olds, outscored their opponents 52-0 at districts, flew through sectionals and went undefeated at State Nor Cals.

“When they’re on, they’re on. It’s quite a show,” said head coach John Wardlaw.

With the help of their long ball, strong tackles and strong defence, they will hope to achieve their ultimate goal this summer.

WILLIAMSPORT – They want to go to the Little League World Series. We’re on our way,” Wardlaw said.

Tri-Cities opens the West Region tournament against Arizona on Saturday at 4 p.m.

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