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July 26, 2001
title Mike Sciacca Seaview Little League earned the right to carry the District 62 banner for the next year by winning the district's 2001 All-Star Tournament last week, defeating Fountain Valley, 7-2. Seaview never trailed in the contest, although it had to overcome a bases loaded jam in the first inning. After getting out of the predicament unscathed, Seaview took command in the second inning as singles by Carl Eberts and Bryan Visnoski helped load the bases.
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By Matt SzaboIndependent | June 19, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Quin Gorbould was down to his last strike at the District 62 Tournament of Champions. Facing an 0-2 count in the bottom of the seventh, Gorbould and his Ocean View Little League Major Red Sox teammates seemed to be running out of time. Gorbould didn’t panic. He took a borderline pitch, then barely made contact on a foul squibber down the first-base line. Then, he delivered, roping a single to tie the score at the Red Sox’s home field.
SPORTS
July 12, 2007
Little League All-Stars Area 1 (at Robinwood LL) Robinwood 9, Huntington Valley 1 Ocean View 22, Costa Mesa American 0 Huntington Valley 10, Costa Mesa American 0 (Costa Mesa American eliminated) Robinwood 4, Ocean View 0 Robinwood 10, Huntington Valley 9 (Huntington Valley eliminated) Area 2 (at Westminster LL) Seaview 13, Fountain Valley 3 Costa Mesa National 13, Westminster 2 Fountain Valley 25, Westminster 20 (Westminster eliminated)
NEWS
July 6, 2000
The 2000 District 62 Little League All-Star Tournament, hosted by Huntington Valley and Robinwood little leagues, begins Saturday. Huntington Valley will host both the Majors and 9-10 divisions, while Robinwood will host the Junior and Senior divisions. District 62 is comprised of the following leagues: Costa Mesa American, Costa Mesa National, Fountain Valley, Huntington Valley, Ocean View, Robinwood, Seaview, and Westminster. Following Saturday's opening round of play, the double-elimination tournament will continue July 11-16, and conclude with district championship finals July 18-20.
NEWS
July 6, 2000
The 2000 District 62 Little League All-Star Tournament, hosted by Huntington Valley and Robinwood little leagues, begins Saturday. Huntington Valley will host both the Majors and 9-10 divisions, while Robinwood will host the Junior and Senior divisions. District 62 is comprised of the following leagues: Costa Mesa American, Costa Mesa National, Fountain Valley, Huntington Valley, Ocean View, Robinwood, Seaview, and Westminster. Following Saturday's opening round of play, the double-elimination tournament will continue July 11-16, and conclude with district championship finals July 18-20.
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By Linda AhernCommunity Correspondent | July 9, 2008
Fans were treated to outstanding baseball at the District 62 Juniors All-Stars championship game played Monday at Johnson Middle School in Westminster. Seaview squeaked by Robinwood 4-2.  The game was close throughout with both teams getting out of jams on several occasions, keeping the score tight.  Erik McCoy's 2-RBI hit in the 1st inning gave Seaview the lead which they never surrendered.  Seaview pitcher, Aaron Rakhshani pitched efficiently and was backed by solid infield defense provided by Jacob Rushing, Shaun Thompson, Connor Ahern, and Erik McCoy.
SPORTS
June 21, 2007
The Huntington Valley Angels spotted the Costa Mesa National Marlins a 2-0 lead in their District 62 Tournament of Champions Majors Division postseason opener Saturday, but rallied strong for a 10-3 victory at Robinwood Little League in Huntington Beach. A two-run home run by Danny Cabrera in the second inning gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead, but the Angels forged a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the second. A two-RBI double by Allen Marquez was the big hit. The Marlins gained a tie one final time when Jake Stone hit a solo homer in the top of the third.
NEWS
July 18, 2002
Mike Sciacca To win the 2002 District 62 Majors Division All-Star Tournament of Champions title, Robinwood will have to play the role of rude guest -- again. Last Saturday, Robinwood took to the road and defeated Seaview, 5-4, in an exciting and well-played showdown that determined the Area 2 competition, which was hosted by Seaview. The victory thrust Robinwood into the division's two-out-of-three championship series against unbeaten Huntington Valley, which claimed the Area 1 title last Saturday by eliminating Fountain Valley, 1-0. Huntington Valley is hosting the best-of-three championship series this week.
SPORTS
July 3, 2013
District 62 championships will be on the line this weekend in three divisions as the 2013 Little League All-Stars tournament comes to a close. The double-elimination event ends with Major, 9/10, and 8/9 division championship series taking place at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. Undefeated Huntington Valley will meet once-beaten Ocean View in the Major All-Star championship series. Opening game is at 1 p.m. Saturday at Field 15 at Mile Square Park. If necessary, a second game will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.
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SPORTS
July 3, 2013
District 62 championships will be on the line this weekend in three divisions as the 2013 Little League All-Stars tournament comes to a close. The double-elimination event ends with Major, 9/10, and 8/9 division championship series taking place at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. Undefeated Huntington Valley will meet once-beaten Ocean View in the Major All-Star championship series. Opening game is at 1 p.m. Saturday at Field 15 at Mile Square Park. If necessary, a second game will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.
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From Staff Reports | June 27, 2012
A year ago, the Ocean View All-Star team began its summertime journey to ultimate glory in Williamsport, Pa., by winning the local Little League District 62 All-Star Tournament championship. This year's All-Star tournament is in its opening week and several teams in four divisions are still in the hunt for district titles. The district tournament continues Thursday, resumes at 10 a.m. Saturday and enters championship-round action Monday. * Majors Division Huntington Valley 25, Westminster 0: Huntington Valley's explosive offense came up with 25 runs on 29 hits in rolling past Westminster on Tuesday.
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From Staff Reports | May 23, 2012
Four pitchers combined for a no-hitter Saturday and the Angels took a 13-1 victory from the Cubs in a Seaview Little League Minor A Division first-round playoff game. Chandler Kane, Donovan Phillips, Noah Perelman and Niko Colburn teamed up on the mound to stifle the Cubs with nine strikeouts. The foursome was backed a solid defense including plays from Spencer Powley and Lalito Martinez. The Angels racked up 14 hits, including a double by Noah Perelman, a double and two singles by Sean McCrimmon, triple by Nico Colburn and doubles by Dylan Harrigan, Donovan Phillips and Andrew Lytle.
SPORTS
April 4, 2012
Ocean View Little League The Orioles staged a fifth-inning rally in Majors Division play that led them to a 10-8 victory over the Rangers. The Orioles started the scoring when Landen Hill singled and later scored, and teammates Brad Monroe, Kelan Long and Jake Volo also scored. Monroe struck out five over the first two innings to keep the Rangers scoreless. The Rangers powered back in the third inning with four singles that led to a 5-4 lead. The Orioles took the lead back when Monroe scored and a run-scoring single by Grant Brehm drove in Long.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | June 22, 2011
In a week's time, a field of 56 teams from four divisions playing at three venues, each contending for a coveted district banner, was trimmed down to four tournament winners. The 2011 Little League District 62 Tournament of Champions came to a close Saturday for Majors, Minor A and Minor B divisions at Marina Park in Huntington Beach and on Monday at Ocean View High for the Junior Division. Emerging as champions were the Seaview Cubs (Majors), Robinwood Warriors (Minor A), Ocean View Rockhounds (Minor B)
SPORTS
June 8, 2011
The 2011 Little League District 62 Tournament of Champions makes its debut Saturday with first-round games at three local Little League sites. Huntington Valley (Area 1) and Robinwood (Area 2) are co-hosting the Majors, Minor A and Minor B tournaments, with Robinwood hosting the championship game in each division at 10 a.m. on June 18. The Junior division tournament is at Ocean View High. Below is the schedule for opening-round games for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday: Majors Division Area 1 (at Huntington Valley LL)
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By Matt SzaboIndependent | June 19, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Quin Gorbould was down to his last strike at the District 62 Tournament of Champions. Facing an 0-2 count in the bottom of the seventh, Gorbould and his Ocean View Little League Major Red Sox teammates seemed to be running out of time. Gorbould didn’t panic. He took a borderline pitch, then barely made contact on a foul squibber down the first-base line. Then, he delivered, roping a single to tie the score at the Red Sox’s home field.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 18, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? In a matchup of Angels, only one team would earn its wings and advance in the Little League District 62 Tournament of Champions. Ryan Gudmundson made sure it was Ocean View, pitching four strong innings as OVLL topped Seaview, 4-3, in a TOC Major Division quarterfinal Tuesday at Huntington Valley Little League?s The Ocean View Angels advance to the semifinals of the single-elimination tournament, set for tonight at 5:30 p.m. also at Huntington Valley. The Major championship game is Saturday at 10 a.m. at Ocean View, as are the title games for Minor A and Minor B. His parents might say otherwise, but in baseball terms, Gudmundson hasn?
SPORTS
February 26, 2009
Opening day ceremonies for Little League teams from Ocean View, Huntington Valley and Seaview will be held Saturday at each league?s respective home fields. Ocean View?s opening day festivities at Murdy Park is an all-day celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Various games and events to be held. In addition, a silent auction will be held and proceeds will be used to maintain the league?s playing fields, as well as update equipment. Three games will be played throughout the day, including a Majors Division game at 11 a.m. Huntington Valley?
SPORTS
By Alan McCoyCommunity Correspondent | November 14, 2008
The Seaview Little League “Gators” won the District 62 Junior Division Tournament of Champions, defeating Westminster in a hard-fought, nine-inning battle, 12-11. With the score tied 11-11 in the bottom of the ninth, Connor Ahern drove a ball in the right-center field gap that scored Max Mayer from second base for the win. The lead changed hands throughout the game. Westminster jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, but the Seaview Gators came back to take the lead in the 4th inning.
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