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CALIFORNIA DISTRICT 51

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Last Updated: 6/24/2016

          At the present time the Erskine Fire burning in Lake Isabella has affected Kern River Valley Little League Board members, managers, coaches and players. District 51 and the Leagues in the District would like to offer our prayers and hopes to all those affected by this terrible incident. This is a terrible reminder that Little League is very simply a game and that there are more important things in life than winning or losing a game.
A GO FUND ME account has been established to assist the victims of this wildfire. Please help by clicking on the following link and making a donation.

                                                       WILD FIRE FUND

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2016 VOLUNTEER UMPIRE POST SEASON ASSIGNMENTS:

Dale Sandfrey ----- Big League Softball World Series
Rich Odermatt ----- Major Softball Western Regional Tournament
Myrle McLernon Jr. ----- Senior Softball Western Regional Tournament
Julio Hurtado ----- Big League Softball Western Regional Tournament

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California Little League District 51 is located in the Northeast area of Los Angeles County, most of Kern County, Mono County and Inyo county. District 51 is one of the largest Little League Districts (land wise) in the United States. District 51 starts with the city of Acton in the South and extends to Mammoth Lakes and Bridgeport in the North. There are approximately 6,000 boys and girls playing baseball and softball in 18 different and distinct Little Leagues.
The girls Big League softball team won the World Series in 1996 and 2005, were runners-up in 2000 and 2015, and participated in the World Series in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 and in Lower
Sussex, Delaware in 2013, 2014 and 2015 (fifteen of the last twenty one years and seven consecutive years).
In 2013 they became the FIRST team to represent the Western Region in Lower Sussex, Delaware (the new location for the Big League Softball World Series).
In addition the Parkview Senior Softball team won the World Championship in 1997 by defeating the eight time champions from Florida. The Parkview 1995 Major Softball team finished 2nd to Waco, Texas in the World Series held at the Alpen Rose Facility in Oregon, and the 2003 Parkview Junior Softball team participated in the Junior Softball World Series in Kirkland, Washington.
District 51 has either won or participated in EVERY Girls Softball World Series held by Little League Baseball and Softball, Inc.