Patterson Little League Major Division Champions

The Patterson Little League Major Division Champion Dodgers finished with a league record of 14-2 this spring while going 2-2 against the other District 67 championship teams in the Tournament of Champions. Players left to right: Standing- Damian Rosado, William Miranda, Ulises Martinez, Jacob Armas, Brayden Raney, Leo Sisneroz, Jordan Waybright, Daisy De La Torre, Esteban Garcia Jr. and  Mikah Robertson. Kneeling- Corvin Lewis and Andrew Freitas. Not Pictured Shaan Chovdaury.

Patterson Little League Minor Divison Champions

The 2017 Minor Division Padres finished with a record of 13-4 this season. Despite a strong season, the Padres had to wait until the last day of the season to win the 2017 championship earning them a bid at the Tournament of Champions. The Padres had a strong performance in the Tournament of Champions as well with 2 wins and 2 losses.

Players left to right: Izaya Fijman, Haleigh Pearce, T.J. Trethewey, Nathan King, Bobby Godinez, Jaiden Davis, William Silva, Mitchell Carter, Jovanny Reyes & Owen McGuire. Back row: Coaches Bobby Godinez, Daniel Bocage, Jeff Fijman and Tom Trethewey.

With the regular season concluding Patterson Little League will send three all-star teams to compete this year in the District 67 All-Star tournament including a 12 and under team coached by Steve Waybright, an 11 and under team coached by Benji Lozano and a 10 and under team coached by Daniel Bocage.

The brackets for each division can be found on the district website

The 12u team opens on Sunday July 2 at 9 a.m. at Manteca, Lincoln Park.

The 11u team will play Saturday July 1 at 9 a.m., Northgate Little League, Manteca.

The 10u team begins on Sunday July 2 at 1 p.m. Tracy, Legacy Fields. This is a double elimination tournament.

The 11u & 10u champions from each tournament can only advance to the state level. The 12u champions from each tournament can advance to the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pa, Aug. 17 though 27.

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