All Star games showcase the best of the best

EL DORADO HILLS first baseman Brandon Cantaloube makes the putout on Snowline’s Marty Lewis in Monday’s District 54 Junior Little League All Star opener at Stonehouse Field in Rancho Murieta. El Dorado Hills defeated Snowline 11-2. Photo by Pam Hennessy, Caught in the Act Photography

Little League All Star play kicked off last week. Here’s a snapshot of the action:

Gold Rush 0, Roseville West 1
El Dorado Hills11, Snowline 2
El Dorado Hills 2, Maidu 12
El Dorado Hills 0, Lakeside 11

El Dorado Hills 10, Folsom American 0
El Dorado Hills 18, Folsom National 5
El Dorado Hills 16, Cosumnes River 1
Gold Rush 0, Lakeside 18
Snowline 0, Cosumnes River 12

Gold Rush 1, Woodcreek 11
Snowline 0, Cosumnnes River 1
Ponderosa 0, Folsom American 4

El Dorado Hills 4, Ponderosa 1
Ponderosa 15, Consumnes River 0
Gold Rush 15, Folsom National 14
Divide 1, Maidu 12
Snowline 1, Roseville West 11

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Posted by on Jul 1 2013.
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