Huntington Beach, once a longtime resident of the Sunset League before moving to the Sea View League when several Orange County leagues went through realignment four years ago, is once again part of the Sunset Six.
The Oilers replace Esperanza, which moved to the Century League.
"We're glad to be back," fourth-year Oilers Coach Eric Lo said. "We can't wait to get started."
Lo and his Oilers enter the fall with high hopes, anticipating that a great run to end the 2009 season, coupled with a solid work ethic during the offseason, will translate to a successful 2010 campaign.
Huntington, 7-5 a year ago, boasts an experienced and impressive offensive line and defense that could continue on last year's success.
"My expectations are high," Lo said. "We've work hard this offseason. I believe we can compete in the Sunset League. We need to be well-prepared and play hard to compete with the teams in this league.