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Little League World Series: Expectations loom large for El Segundo All-Stars

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The light blue and yellow colors that represent the West Regional champion at the Little League World Series comes with a standard.Whether California or Hawaii, the perfectly matched colors have become the symbol of excellence. For El Segundo Little League, the expectations are as high as ever with a game against Southwest champion Needville, Texas on Monday at 4 p.m. PT (ESPN2).El Segundo opened slow in its first game against the Great Lakes representatives from New Albany, Ohio. The kids committed un...

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The light blue and yellow colors that represent the West Regional champion at the Little League World Series comes with a standard.

Whether California or Hawaii, the perfectly matched colors have become the symbol of excellence. For El Segundo Little League, the expectations are as high as ever with a game against Southwest champion Needville, Texas on Monday at 4 p.m. PT (ESPN2).

El Segundo opened slow in its first game against the Great Lakes representatives from New Albany, Ohio. The kids committed uncharacteristic mistakes and fell behind early. Unfazed by the deficit, El Segundo managed a three-run rally in the third that had people begin to exclaim the West had returned to its usual top form.

It was a brief glimpse before rain struck to cut the second day’s nightcap short, giving El Segundo a 4-3 win over Great Lakes in four innings.

“It seemed like every tournament we’ve had this year the media always put us at the top,” El Segundo Little League manager Danny Boehle said. “I like to hunt. I don’t like to be hunted. I like to play it under the radar a little bit.”

Playing under the radar is difficult for El Segundo, which has outscored opponents 17-6 in its last four games. The West regional champion, having to navigate a bracket with Hawaii, Northern California, and Arizona, will always enter the Little League World Series as one of the favorites.

“Unfortunately for us, the way our guys have played and the resiliency they’ve shown has been the reason why they put us at the top,” Boehle said. “They don’t mind it. They don’t walk around like they are No. 1.”

Monday night El Segundo won’t be able to start slow against the Southwest. The Texas squad has won both its games, including a 2-1 victory over hometown favorite Pennsylvania.

“We’re in a good spot,” Southwest coach Andy McRae said. “We’ve won them both and it has worked out. We have all our pitching.”

El Segundo will likely see DJ Jablonski or Colton Georgi, or a combination of the two. McRae wouldn’t commit to a starting pitcher before Monday.

Jablonski and Georgi combined to give up one run and scatter three hits against the Mid-Atlantic squad on Wednesday night. Jablonski struck out 10 and pitched much of the game for the Southwest.

“Everyone who has been on the mound has been one of our main guys,” McRae said. “The second time out is always easier than the first time. That probably helps at the end of the day.”

The Southwest champs will enter Monday’s game on a nine-game winning streak dating to the Texas state tournament. To say El Segundo’s opponent is clicking might be an understatement.

Friday night, Southwest scratched out a 6-2 victory over the Midwest champs from Fargo, North Dakota. The team connected with just two hits in the game but managed to capitalize off walks and three fielding errors. El Segundo might not be as charitable. The Southern California team also has all its pitchers available.

“Have you seen those California kids?” McRae asked the media during a press conference after the team’s second win. “It is hard to get overconfident. They are some big boys. I do not think we’ll have to worry about overconfidence.”

El Segundo has battled more than just the Great Lakes since beginning the 20-team international tournament.

A stomach virus hit the team as they were being transported to Williamsport. Several players spent time inside the on-site infirmary. All have returned to the team and will be suited up for tonight’s game.

“We don’t have to stress on who is going to be where defensively,” Boehle said of having the full roster at his disposal. “There’s certain rotations we have with certain pitchers. We want them to pitch to contact and we know the defense will be behind them.”

El Segundo committed three errors in the game against Great Lakes. All three came in the first two innings in which Great Lakes scored its three runs. El Segundo went errorless in the West Regional title game, a 3-1 win against Northern California.

El Segundo should be tighter tonight as Boehle will be able to shift players around to fit the pitching matchups.

Offensively, Jaxson Kalish returns to the lineup. He missed last Thursday’s opener due to an illness. He will add a dynamic piece to El Segundo’s lineup.

Boehle has kept his team motivated. They are close. They understand each other and the goal. Their coach also understands the importance of soaking in the entire tournament while attempting to become the best team in the world.

“It gets emotional for me when I think of me playing Little League and my dad coaching me,” Boehle said. “It’s kind of the last time as a father you get to coach your son and other kids who have become adopted sons to me.”

Exploring El Segundo: Unleashing the Charm of Southern California’s Hidden Jewel

El Segundo may be one of Southern California’s best-kept secrets. Tucked away on the Santa Monica Bay, this city offers a vibrant, community-centric lifestyle that combines small-town charm with big-city amenities. Let's dive into the magic that this coastal gem offers.Bursting with Business O...

El Segundo may be one of Southern California’s best-kept secrets. Tucked away on the Santa Monica Bay, this city offers a vibrant, community-centric lifestyle that combines small-town charm with big-city amenities. Let's dive into the magic that this coastal gem offers.

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El Segundo is more than just a beautiful place to live; it's also a thriving hub of economic activity. Esteemed businesses like The Aerospace Corporation, Chevron Refinery, and tech powerhouse Raytheon Technologies have found their homes here. The city's proximity to LAX and its strategic location in Los Angeles County make it an attractive destination for businesses and entrepreneurs alike.

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Food lovers, rejoice! El Segundo is a culinary paradise filled with a plethora of dining options. Check out Chef Hannes Restaurant for a delicious continental experience, or visit the Veggie Grill for vegetarian and vegan delicacies. For a great family outing, consider dining at the ever-popular Shake Shack, renowned for their burgers and shakes.

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El Segundo's beautiful coastal location offers abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. El Segundo Beach is a local treasure, with its well-kept sand, picturesque sunsets, and the iconic lifeguard station. The city is also home to several parks. For a serene experience, visit El Segundo Central Park, where picnic areas, playgrounds, and sports fields are plentiful. Don't forget to visit the El Segundo Butterfly Preserve, a unique outdoor space dedicated to conserving local butterfly species.

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This city’s vibrant arts and culture scene is a sight to behold. Take a stroll through the El Segundo Museum of Art or explore the Automobile Driving Museum, where a collection of vintage cars awaits you. The city is also home to the Old Town Music Hall, a timeless venue that features silent films and classic cinema with live accompaniment on a vintage theater pipe organ. The energy and creativity flowing through El Segundo are tangible.

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El Segundo's community is known for its welcoming spirit and engaging activities. The city hosts several family-friendly events throughout the year, such as the El Segundo Farmers Market, the Hometown Fair and Carnival, and the Holiday Parade.

In conclusion, El Segundo is a treasure trove of possibilities. Its eclectic mix of businesses, sublime eateries, outdoor spaces, high-quality schools, and cultural venues paints a picture of a city that is both nurturing and exciting. Its community-centric approach, coupled with its charm and vitality, makes El Segundo a true Southern California gem. Experience it for yourself and discover why living in El Segundo is an adventure in and of itself.

El Segundo advances to Little League World Series after winning West Regional title

SAN BERNARDINO — Four days off did little to affect the top of El Segundo Little League’s lineup.Brody Brooks, Louis Lappe and Jaxon Kalish all scored in the top of the first inning as Southern California’s 11- and 12-yard-old champions topped their Northern California peers, 3-1, in the Little League West Region championship game on Friday night, securing a trip to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.“It’s not fun to have four days off but at the end of the day, we got to go home an...

SAN BERNARDINO — Four days off did little to affect the top of El Segundo Little League’s lineup.

Brody Brooks, Louis Lappe and Jaxon Kalish all scored in the top of the first inning as Southern California’s 11- and 12-yard-old champions topped their Northern California peers, 3-1, in the Little League West Region championship game on Friday night, securing a trip to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.

“It’s not fun to have four days off but at the end of the day, we got to go home and sleep in our own beds and we needed it,” El Segundo manager Danny Boehle said.

Lappe struck out eight to earn the victory for El Segundo (3-0 overall), which has yet to lose this postseason.

“’Lou’ is a spectacular player and pitcher. He shows no emotion,” Boehle said. “Some guys hang their heads or get too high. Not Lou.”

El Segundo was the last of 20 teams to earn a berth in this year’s Little League World Series and will open play Thursday against the Great Lakes Regional champion. There are 10 teams from the United States and 10 international squads. The championship game is scheduled for Aug. 27 on ABC (Ch. 7).

El Segundo, which hadn’t played since Monday, will be making its first appearance in Williamsport.

“This is huge for El Segundo. We’ve never got anywhere close, so this is special,” said Boehe, still dripping after receiving a post-game ice water shower from his players.

“I believe in ‘We over me’ – I believe that – and these kids have each other’s backs,” Boehle said. “It’s a pleasure to coach this team.”

Lappe loaded the bases in the top of the first inning but struck out the side to escape, and Brody Brooks led off the bottom of the fourth with his fourth hit in as many at-bats before coming around to score on a wild pitch as El Segundo grabbed an early 3-0 lead.

Brandon Manivong entered for NorCal starter Mikey Wong and attempted to single-handedly will his team back, pitching five scoreless innings and hitting a deep home run – his second of the tournament – into the tents in left-center field to get NorCal on the scoreboard in the fourth.

After closing each of El Segundo’s previous wins, Lappe scattered just five hits over 5⅔ innings, the longest outing of any SoCal pitcher at the four-team West Region tournament.

“I thought I pitched pretty well,” Lappe said. “My fastball didn’t feel its fastest but it was working and effective, and my curveball was good and it was throwing them off.”

Kalish entered the game with two outs in the sixth and got Wong to fly out to right field to end the game.

El Segundo had defeated NorCal, 4-3, last Saturday in the regional opener for both teams, with El Segundo rallying for three runs in the bottom of the fourth.

“We tried to learn from the first game facing (Manivong), what he did to us, so I think by facing him already it made us ready for this game,” Lappe said.

Lappe also went 2 for 2 to finish the tournament with six hits, the most of any player this week in San Bernardino.

Earlier Friday, Nolan Gifford struck out 11 in hurling a no-hitter as Nevada topped Utah, 10-0, in a game that was shortened to four innings via the competition rule to win the Mountain Region final.

El Segundo shuts out Hawaii to reach Little League West Region final

SAN BERNARDINO — El Segundo Little League’s second game at Al Houghton Stadium was much different than its first.Two days after a tight, one-run victory over Northern California in its tournament opener on Saturday night, the Southern California 11- and 12-year-old champions shut out Hawaii, 6-0, in a Little League West Region semifinal on Monday.“If we can stay away from the mistakes that we made against Northern California – the walks and the hit batters and stuff – then I think it gives us a rea...

SAN BERNARDINO — El Segundo Little League’s second game at Al Houghton Stadium was much different than its first.

Two days after a tight, one-run victory over Northern California in its tournament opener on Saturday night, the Southern California 11- and 12-year-old champions shut out Hawaii, 6-0, in a Little League West Region semifinal on Monday.

“If we can stay away from the mistakes that we made against Northern California – the walks and the hit batters and stuff – then I think it gives us a really good opportunity,” El Segundo manager Danny Boehle said.

Three pitchers – Declan Roberts, Brody Brooks and Louis Lappe – combined on a four-hitter for El Segundo, which advances to the championship game of the four-team regional on Friday at 6 p.m.

“I feel like I’ve been watching the West Region championship game since I was little and I never thought we could do it but we’re here now,” said McRoberts, who allowed just one hit and struck out five over three innings to earn the win.

El Segundo (2-0 overall) will face the winner of Wednesday’s Hawaii-Northern California elimination game.

“Northern California has some really good pitchers and for us, my guys would rather face speed than offspeed (pitching),” Boehly said.

Louis Lappe singled, doubled and scored two runs and is 4 for 5 at the double-elimination tournament for El Segundo, which is now one win away from a berth in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.

“I’m seeing the ball really well and I feel like my pitch selection, when I swing, I’m getting hits,” said Lappe, who reached base three times.

El Segundo scored a run in the top of the first inning when Max Baker worked a bases-loaded walk to plate Lappe, who had singled up the middle for the game’s first hit.

El Segundo loaded the bases again in the third and pushed across three more runs to knock Hawaii starting pitcher Jordan Pagan out of the game. Baker made it 5-0 when he scored on an RBI groundout from Quinn Boehle.

Lennon Salazar got his second hit of the tournament to give El Segundo a 6-0 lead when he singled and scored on an error in the fourth.

Madden Awaya and Kase Ulibas had singles as Hawaii’s Hilo Little League loaded the bases with two outs in the fifth, but El Segundo reliever Brody Brooks struck out Jansen Keanu to keep the game scoreless.

“We weren’t able to make the adjustments that we needed to,” Hawaii manager Ryan Pagan said. “The pitching from SoCal is very good.”

Lappe came on to pitch in the sixth and hit the first batter he faced but struck out two before Chase Iwata lined out to first baseman Jaxon Kalish to end the game. Lappe has closed both games for El Segundo in the tournament.

“‘Lou’ is always there and it’s hot out here,” Boehly said. “We don’t want to waste time and Lou’s strikeout-to-walk ratio is really good and it looked like (Hawaii) was having trouble with our velocity so we didn’t go soft to give them any kind of chance.”

Brooks was 2 for 2 with two runs and is 3 for 3 in the tournament. El Segundo cleanup hitter Lucas Keidorf smacked his second RBI single in as many games and Crew O’Connor collected his third RBI in the win.

El Segundo hits two homers, wins Little League World Series opener

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The El Segundo Little League All-Stars opened play at the 2023 Little League World Series on Thursday night with a pair of home runs and a 4-3 rain-shortened victory over Great Lakes.After a slow start, the West Region champions played longball in a comeback in the evening matchup on the second day of the tournament. El Segundo became the first team of this year’s Series to hit multiple home runs in a single game. The game was called after an extended delay as rain stopped the action before the start of...

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The El Segundo Little League All-Stars opened play at the 2023 Little League World Series on Thursday night with a pair of home runs and a 4-3 rain-shortened victory over Great Lakes.

After a slow start, the West Region champions played longball in a comeback in the evening matchup on the second day of the tournament. El Segundo became the first team of this year’s Series to hit multiple home runs in a single game. The game was called after an extended delay as rain stopped the action before the start of the fifth inning.

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Great Lakes – from New Albany, Ohio – opened the game by taking a 3-1 lead after two innings. El Segundo starter Ollie Parks had some control issues, issuing four walks before DeClan McRoberts took over in the second inning.

McRoberts entered and gave up three infield singles in the second as Great Lakes scored twice and went ahead 3-1.

McRoberts found his rhythm in the third, chalking two strikeouts and forcing a fly ball out to shortstop. He gave up a single but came back to end the inning with a four-pitch strikeout.

El Segundo scored a run in the bottom of the first when Brody Brooks drew a walk, went to third on a double by Lucas Keldorf, and scored on a groundout.

Brooks hit a two-run home run to tie the score in the third inning. He was nearly robbed by Great Lakes center fielder Eddie Bloch. The ball appeared to be in his glove before popping out of it and clearing the fence. Louis Lappe followed with a solo home run to right field to give El Segundo its first lead of the night. Keldorf nearly hit the third home run of the inning with a fly ball to the center field warning track.

McRoberts welcomed the run support and helped his own cause with a quick 1-2-3 inning to close the top half of the fourth inning. He jumped off the mound after ending the inning with his fourth strikeout. Teammates were all too happy to greet him with high-fives and pats on the back as he skipped to the dugout.

Conditions left the field unplayable at that point. After a delay that lasted nearly 2½ hours, officials called the game. El Segundo next plays on Monday at 4 p.m. PT (ESPN2) against the winner of a game between the Midwest (Fargo, N.D.) and Southwest Region (Needville, Texas) champions.

The 20-team tournament features 10 teams from the United States and 10 teams from the rest of the world.

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