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Mantecans are Disney World Series bound

Club All-Star teammates competing in elite tourney

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Mantecans are Disney World Series bound

Manteca 10-year-olds Zach White, left, and Logan Quan both play for Club All-Star out of Stockton and will compete in the USSSA Baseball Elite World Series in Orlando, Fla. next week.

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POSTED July 3, 2013 2:37 a.m.

Two Manteca kids are going to Disney World.

Mickey and Minnie can wait, though.

Next week, Logan Quan and Zach White are heading to the Disney ESPN Wide World of Sports Park in Orlando, Fla. to take part in the United States Specialty Sports Association Baseball Elite World Series.

Quan and White play for Club All-Star of Stockton. The team is one of just 32 major-division 10-under teams in the country invited to compete in this highly-competitive tournament, which starts July 13 and ends July 20. Each team is guaranteed to play at least five games.

Club All-Star boasts a 55-11 record and is ranked 20th in the nation (No. 2 in Northern California) according to the USSSA power ratings system.

They qualified for the event by claiming the Spring Super NIT championship on April 14 at Big League Dreams of Manteca. Club All-Star drubbed the Lamorinda Knights, currently ranked No. 1 in NorCal and 13th nationally, 15-5 in the finals.

Club All-Star most recently won the Tracy Fourth of July Tournament for its ninth tournament title since Sept. 1, 2012.

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