The Majors A’s pose with their championship trophy after defeating the Yankees with a score of 3-2. Coach Lynn, Coach Albonico and Coach Osborn are proud of the hard work they have seen from players Tyler Zanhiser, James Lynn, Jacob Singh, Nash Osborn, Hunter Albonico, Justin Ellena, Jay Mckernan, Levi Grooms, Wes Steele, Nickolaus Hernandez, Jack Heimbigner and Reese Chappuis. Photo submitted

Giants, A’s and Yankees win Little League championship

The Susanville Little League Juniors show off their spirit of being number one after winning their championship game against the Giants. Manager Jake Wolcott, coaches Larry Barghini, Tim Gabauer, Dave Ormachea and assistant coach Rob Robles saw the hard work each player put into the regular season. Players include Domonic Barghini, Nathan Biggs, Jacob Gabauer, Jacob Loubet, Nolan Mallery, Chaz Moore, Morgan Rausch, Bobby Robles, Jordin Singh, Evan Ormachea and Jacob Wolcott. Photo submitted

The regular season for Susanville Little League has come to an end; with that, each of the three divisions of Susanville Little League held a championship game.

The Minors and the Majors held their championship game on Saturday, June 3. The Juniors played their championship game on Monday, June 5.

For the Minors, the Giants and the Cardinals faced off in a fierce battle for the gold. With a great support system for both sides, the game ultimately ended with a score of 11-7 in the Giants’ favor.

The Yankees and the A’s battled it out on the diamond for the Majors. An even closer game than anticipated, the A’s ultimately left the field with the 3-2 win.

As for the Juniors, the Yankees and the Giants faced off with spirits high and

sights even higher. Ultimately, the Yankees walked away from the field clutching the trophy with a score of 11-10.

With the regular season officially at its end, it’s time for the All-Stars to take their place at the Little League field.

The two All-Star teams in Susanville consist of members selected by peers, coaches and board members of Susanville Little League. The 26 All-Stars were chosen based upon their performance

The Susanville Little League Minors Giants earn the gold from their victory against the Cardinals in the championship game. Here, coaches Lance Lively, Brian Moore and Ryan Huber stand with players Parker Lively, Dathen Moore, Carter Huber, Reegan Dunten, Chance Kelly, Landon Madrid, Clayton Biggs, Tysen Conoboy, Jordan Conoboy, Mannix Moncada, Killian Moncada and Dublin Grether. Photo submitted

during the Little League regular season.

The 11- and 12-year-old team includes Sutter Moss, Tyler Zanhieser, Tucker Schall, Reece Chappius, Nash Osbourne, Seth Mallery, Ethan Shaw, Tristan Marshall, Makau Machael, Hayden Johnson, Kevin Kiar, Jack Wright and Caden Cullison.

This year’s 9- and 10-year-old team includes Joey Harrison, Zayn Wright, Jonah Moore, Dylan Joyce, Lucy Olsen, Trevor Schaap, Peyton Garate, Reegan Dunten, Cameron Wattenburg, Russell David, Alex Wyckoff, Konnor Mejia and Jac Kaupelis.

The 11- and 12-year-old All-Star team started their tournament play on Saturday, June 17 at the Modoc Little League field. The tournament continues until Thursday, June 22.

Results and the team’s placing in the tournament will be published in the Tuesday, June 27 issue.

The 9- and 10-year-old All-Stars will be hosting their tournament at the Pat Murphy Field in Susanville. The tournament is scheduled to begin on Saturday, June 24 and will run until Friday, June 30.