After the regular season ended the All-Star teams took center stage for five different age groups
There was a lot of baseball being played in the last two weeks. After the regular season ended the All-Star teams took center stage for five different age groups. Many of these teams now move on to various locations for state play. If any are successful, then they head for regional tournaments with the final goal of going to the Little League World Series. But between now and then there are a lot of games yet to be played.
In the 8U division Carbon and Emery faced off in a three game series. Carbon came out on top. Both teams head to the Richfield area for State play the week of July 13.
Emery took the 9-year-old division and both Carbon and Emery nine year olds will play here in Price. The 9-year-old's state tournament will be played July 14th. A schedule for those games will be posted as soon as it is available.
Five teams faced off in the 10-year-old bracket. Emery won that division over Carbon, Helper Red, Helper White and Wellington. All five teams move on to the tournaments in Richfield.
Carbon and Emery also faced off for the 11 year olds. Emery played in the 70 ft division and Carbon has played at 60 ft. The best two out of three games were played at 70ft and it was Carbon coming out on top. Both teams will head to Nephi for their state tournament in the 70 ft division.
Finally five teams also went head to head for the 12 year olds at 60 ft. Carbon came through the play undefeated and will be joined by Wellington and Helper Red in Tooele July 8.