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San Ramon, California

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Please join us in Congratulating our 2024 All Star Teams!

9U Districts

Garrett Aydelotte
Drew Cook
Ryan Copp
Mason Gutierrez
Ryan Mitchell
Zach Morgan
Cooper Morsilli
Kellen Murphy
Brody Nemcik
Dylan Palm
Evan Thakkar
Everett Vornholt

10U Districts
Freddie Alikian
Noah Babione
Jackson Fortayon
Josh Giglio
Ty Hansen
Davis Humphries
Ryder Keller
Grant Masalin
Robby Shoemaker
Andrew Slocum
Jaxon White
Bryce Zook
11U Districts
Caleb Competente
Wes Cook
Bryce Dinis
Bradley Gunion
Colton Hudson
Bennett Humphries
Hayden Johnson
Brandon Murphy
Charlie Muir
Jaxson Salinas
Cooper Sullivan
Bradley Weng
12U Districts
Samuel Alikian
Nathan Babione
Aiden Dias
Frankie Giglio
Cooper Hains
Trent Lawrence
Ethan Lee
Eric Reynoso
Cruz Salinas
Jack Toton
Dylan Turner
Layken Wright

For more information on the All Star selection process follow this link:ALL STAR SELECTION PROCESS

 
 

BCLL’s 12U All Star team made it all the way to the West Regional Championships in San Bernadino. With just one win shy of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, this is the closest our town of San Ramon has ever gotten!

"I want them to enjoy the experience because that's what it is. They're going to remember this for the rest of their lives," said Tyson Sullivan, president of Bollinger Canyon Little League.

Congrats Boys! We are so proud of you!!

 


Bollinger Canyon All-Stars Take District 57 Intermediate Title

By Phil Jensen
Published on The Independent



The Bollinger Canyon Little League Intermediate Division all-star team was able to score in one inning in the California District 57 final championship game Friday, June 23 at Max Baer Field in Livermore.

That turned out to be enough. Bollinger Canyon crossed the plate three times in the third inning, and that held up for a 3-1 victory over Danville in a pitcher’s duel.

“Danville really gave us a hard time the entire tournament,” said Bollinger Canyon manager Jason Crawford, whose squad ended up playing Danville in each of its last three games. Bollinger Canyon ultimately prevailed. “I was very proud of the boys and the job that they did.”

Crawford also said that the team was “able to do all things well when it mattered.”

Bollinger Canyon qualified for the Little League Intermediate World Series at Max Baer Park in Livermore with the championship victory. It will be the host team. The tournament is from July 30 to Aug. 6. Bollinger Canyon will open against the Southeast Region champion on July 30 at noon.

Danville advances to the California Section 3 Tournament, which will be held at Diablo Vista Park in Danville. Its opener is June 29 at 7 p.m. against District 52.

Bollinger Canyon starting pitcher Brendan Weng was outstanding in Friday’s game. In 6 2/3 innings, Weng allowed only three hits and one run, striking out 10 batters and walking two. He retired the last seven batters he faced, and his slider worked well all game. Teammate Bradley Liu needed only one pitch to set down the final batter of the game on a fly ball and earn the save.

For Danville, Colin Schmiegel also had an impressive performance on the mound. He pitched a complete-game five-hitter with five strikeouts and no walks

The eventual game-winning rally started in the bottom of the third inning. Bollinger Canyon’s Will Ngo led off with a single to right field. He stole second, advanced to third on a balk, and scored the first run of the game on another single to right field, this time by Liu.

With two outs and a runner on first, Weng produced the eventual game-winning run with an RBI triple to right field. On the next pitch, Braden Barry hit a liner down the right-field line to drive in Bollinger Canyon’s final run of the game.

Danville answered in the top of the fourth. With one out, Colton Fitzgibbon lined a single to left field. He stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch, and scored on an RBI single to left by Kolten Croghan. That turned out to be the final run of the game, as pitching and defense took over.

It was the third game of the tournament that these two teams met. On June 20, Bollinger Canyon won 3-1 in the winner’s bracket. Danville was victorious in its consolation-bracket championship game on June 21, and then edged Bollinger Canyon 6-5 in the overall championship game on June 22. However, the consolation bracket champion has to beat the winner’s bracket champion twice to claim the championship, so a second championship game was played Friday.

 
 

 
 


After a very successful Fall Ball season with over 500 players out there on the baseball fields, we are excited to announce that we are officially opening up Spring Registration for 2024! We have quite a bit to share with you, so please read the entire email as it contains a lot of important information about the upcoming season.

Registration Fees

  • T-Ball $175

  • Farm $250

  • A-Ball $400

  • AA, AAA $475

  • Majors $500

  • Intermediates, Juniors & Seniors $395

  • Register by November 10th, and get $50 off the registration fee per player

Register Today

 

Volunteer Fees (Farm - Senior Division Families)

Our league is 100% volunteer run and we couldn’t operate without your support. This is why we are requesting every family volunteer this upcoming season for at least 8 hours. Please note volunteer requirements do not apply to families who only play T-ball.

  • At registration, please indicate which volunteer position you would like

  • Once we get closer to the season, there will be a separate volunteer sign-up for additional roles, including the snack shack

  • This year we will be collecting a volunteer fee of $250 per family during registration. BCLL will return volunteer fees at the end of the season to the families that have fulfilled the 8-hour contribution requirement. This is different than last year as we did not collect volunteer fees upfront.

Key Dates (Dates are subject to change)

  • November 10 Early Bird $50 Discount on Registration Ends

  • December 9-10 Tryouts for all Players League ages 7-12

  • December 16-17 Draft (or Tryout Rainout Date)

  • Mid-January Manager/Coach Meeting

  • February 1 Practices Begins

  • March 2 Opening Day First Games

  • April 8- 14 Mid-Season Jamboree (A Ball – Majors)

  • April 13 Jamboree Carnival

  • April 19 Photo Day / Movie Night

  • April 26 Make-up Photo Day

  • May 4 Last regular season game

  • May 5 Oakland A’s Youth Baseball & Softball Day

  • May 11 Playoffs start for A Ball - Majors

  • May 18 Closing Ceremonies

  • May 18-19 Championship game for A Ball - Majors



Team Formation & Tryouts

Here is the breakdown of each division by age below:

League Age Chart 2024

Division League Ages

T-Ball – 4, 5 & 6 (Teams created by school)

Farm – 6 & 7 (Teams created by player/coach request and school)

A – 7 & 8 (Teams created through a balanced draft)

AA – 9 & 10 (Teams created through a balanced draft)

AAA - 10 & 11 (Teams created by a standard draft)

Majors – 11 & 12 (Teams created by a standard draft)

 

Players between the ages of 7 - 12:

  • Register in the age-appropriate division and attend tryouts based on League Age Chart (above).

  • A limited number of players may have the opportunity to play up one division based on performance and manager draft selection.

  • Little League only allows for a maximum of 10 teams in Majors and all league age 12 players must play in Majors. This combined with our increased number of participants will make it more difficult to have players play up in the Majors Division.

  • Tryouts will be at Rancho Community Park on December 9 – 10, for all players league age 7-12 (SignUp Genius will go out in December)

 

We look forward to seeing all the players out on the field this coming Spring! Please reach out to us with any questions.


 
 
 

SRLL & CCLL Unite for Spring 2023 & Beyond



San Ramon Little League & Canyon Creek Little League are officially merging for Spring 2023!


We are thrilled to create one Little League for the city of San Ramon—two separate leagues, divided by street and school boundaries, caused much confusion for our families. One league provides us the ability to maximize the talent of all participants, regardless of boundary, and builds a stronger league community!

Here’s what you need to know:

- Spring 2022 will be the last official season as 'separate' leagues for all Lower Division play.

- The 13/14-year-old Uppers Division will be combined for the Spring 2022 season.

- We will play a combined Regular Season schedule with all teams across all divisions playing against each other and all games will count to your season record.

- Summer District 57 All Stars will be combined and more details on the Coach and player selection process will be provided in the Spring.


We hope to plan a couple of fun dual league events throughout the Spring season so stay tuned for more information. As you can imagine, combining leagues is going to be complex. As we work through the details, we ask for your patience and understanding. There’s one thing we know for sure—CCLL and SRLL will be better and stronger together!

Additional details will be provided as the merger progresses. Be on the lookout for our joint communications!

All the best,

Matt Johnson, SRLL President
Tyson Sullivan, CCLL President

Bollinger Canyon Little League

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Bollinger Canyon Little League

P.O Box 2639 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]

Bollinger Canyon Little League

P.O Box 2639 
San Ramon, California 94583

Email: [email protected]
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