The Beaverhead Little League all-star teams will be packing up their cleats and heading to Butte for a weekend tournament. We would like to thank Andy Bartlome for a quick write up and some statistics on the last game. If you are in Butte this weekend stop by and help cheer on the teams.
Beaverhead Little League 9-11 All Star Team:
Manager: Paul Lovaas
Coaches: Jeff Feenstra and Joe Curnow
Players: Noah Feenstra, Logan Fox, Godon Broeder, Phineas Fitch, Aiden Ferguson, Breyden Vrooman, Landen Lovaas, Brody Curnow, Gage Curnow, Jaxon Nagle, Colter Evans, Knox Peacock, Kolton Davis
Beaverhead Little League All Star Team:
Manager: Andy Bartlome
Coaches: Donnie Engelhardt and Bert Paulsen
Players: Andrew Bartlome, Ben Peacock, Brandt Nelson, Chase Hutchinson, Kyler Engelhardt, Cole Freitas, Garrett Tackett, Levi Stonebraker, Benjamin Plovanic, Steven Lubinski, Sawyer Mills, Parker Mills, Athan Olivier
The 9-11 team played 2 games in Pool play for seeding for this weekend's district tournament in Butte. In game 1 they lost a close one 9-6 to Mt. Jumbo/Westside of Missoula and then took it to Mt. Sentinel of Missoula in the next game 15-0 to secure the #2 seed this week.
Beaverhead will open the district 2 tournament against Mt. Jumbo/Westside at 6:00PM Friday night at Father Sheehan Park. All 3 teams in this weekend's tournament will advance to the State level since the top 3 advance. The winner of the District 2 tournament in Butte will host State with the top 3 District 1 teams from the Billings area beginning July 23rd.
The 11-12 team played 4 games in Missoula and came out with a record of 1 win and 3 losses. The team played really well defensively and the pitchers really helped keep us in the games.
They are hoping that their bats come around for Districts in Butte this week where they open up play Friday afternoon @ 1:30 against the host Mile High team which they lost to 5-2 last weekend. The top team from the tournament this weekend will host the top team fromDistrict 1 July 30th for the chance to continue on in San Bernardino, CA for a chance to represent in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA.
Beaverhead Little League would like to thank all of the parents, sponsors, and volunteers that have helped make this season happen for the boys and girls. Without everyone's support we would not be able to make this happen for them.