Little League district tourneys set for first pitches in Carson City |

Little League district tourneys set for first pitches in Carson City

Little League fans won’t have to go far to follow the upcoming district 11-12, 10-11 and 9-10 all-star tournaments.

Governor’s Field in Carson City will host all three tournaments, two of which begin on Wednesday. Opening ceremonies for all teams are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Unlike the recently completed Hooligan and Renegade tournaments, the district tournaments in Carson City are following a double-elimination format.

South Tahoe will open the 11-12 district all-star tournament at 7:30 p.m. Saturday against Reno National. The winner will play Carson City or Carson Valley on Sunday, while a loss would send South Tahoe into a loser’s bracket game on Tuesday.

Kirby David is the manager of the 11-12 all-stars.

South Tahoe’s 10-11 All-Stars will open district play at 8 p.m. on Thursday, meeting the winner of Wednesday’s Carson City-Reno National game. Joby Cefalu has the assignment of directing the 10-11 all-stars.

The South Tahoe 9-10 All-Stars also receive a first-round bye and will play either Sparks National or Reno American at 8 p.m. Thursday. The 9-10s are managed by Jeff Catchings.

District tournament champions will advance to the state tournament at the same venue, starting on July 24. Whoever captures the 11-12 state title will qualify for the Little League Western Regional Tournament in San Bernardino.

12-Year Old All-Stars


Stone Merkley

Caleb Russell

Nick Cefalu

Kirby David

Andru Aquino

Jordyn Switzer

Jaret Young

Michael Ritchey

Aaron Pfister

Logan Brewer

Mason Cain

Grant Humason


Kirby David

11-Year-Old All-Stars


Noah Jackson

Ryan Brown

Garret Harley

Colin Buchholz

Tommy Cefalu

Silas Topzand

Evan Brewer

Will Mori

Andrew Herrera

Hirshal Sukha

Paul Hoefer


Joby Cefalu

10-Year-Old All-Stars


Ridge Merkley

Bryan Catchings

Zen Contestable

Connor Molesworth

Peyton Galli

Alexys Otis

Nick Coolbaugh

Matt Cain

Lex Merrifield

Dylan Gooding

Travis Wood


Jeff Catchings

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