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Northgate falls short in Majors 67 title game
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Northgates Willie Segura pulls down a throw for a force at second against Tracy American on Saturday in the championship game of the Little League District 67 Majors All Star Tournament won by Tracy American 8-7 on Saturday at Mossdale Park in Lathrop. - photo by DAVE CAMPBELL/The Bulletin

LATHROP – Tracy American bounced back from a 10-run loss Friday to Northgate and came from behind in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat Northgate 8-7 to win the Little League District 67 Majors All Star Tournament on Saturday at Mossdale Park.

Further information was not available at press time. 



Spreckels Park ‘A’ 11, 

Northgate ‘B’ 7

Rylan McDonald was 3 for 4 with a double and two RBI for Spreckels Park ‘A” and he threw out a runner trying to steal on Sunday at Northgate Little League’s Gillen Field. 

Tommy Miller (RBI), Noah Aguirre, Troy Morrow and Frankie Teicheira all contributed on offense for Spreckels Park ‘A’. 

Wyatt Bauer (two strikouts), Paul Pimentel, Anthony Grady (four strikeouts), Morrow (strikeout), Hunter Donham and Aguirre split the pitching duties. 

Spreckels Park ‘A’ faces Northgate ‘A’ today on Gillen Field at 5:30 p.m.

Manteca ‘A’ 4, 

Northgate ‘A’ 3 (8)

Tyler Paul Wentworth belted a ground-rule double in the bottom of the eighth inning Saturday to plate Rex Watson from second and give Manteca ‘A’ the walk-off win on Northgate Little League’s Gillen Field and a berth in the championship round on Tuesday.

Singles by Landon Chamberlain and Chris Chavez in the bottom of the sixth helped Manteca ‘A’ tie the game. Watson walked in the bottom of the eighth and advanced to second on a single by Chavez, setting up the winning hit by Wentworth. 


Wentworth went 3 for 4 with an RBI, a double, triple and a run. Teammate Nate Dorn had two RBI and Chamberlain one with Watson walking three times and scoring once.

Wentworth, Blake Mejorado and Chamberlain split the pitching duties with Chamberlain throwing 2 1/3 scoreless innings.


Spreckels Park ‘A’ 15,

Manteca ‘B’ 5 (4)

Spreckels Park ‘A’ used pitching by committee for the mercy rule win with Anthony Grady, Miller, Aguirre and Pimentel splitting the duties on the mound Saturday.

Morrow was 3 for 3 with an RBI and a walk to pace Spreckels Park ‘A’. Wyatt Bauer went (two doubles, RBI, walk) and Anthony Grady (RBI) were both 2 for 2 with McDonald (double, two RBI) and Teicheira (RBI) both going 2 for 3. 

Rounding out the Spreckels Park ‘A’ attack was Hunter Donham (2 for 4, two RBI), Miller (two-run home run), Aguirre (double, two RBI) and Santino Flores (RBI).