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Nationals take the title

Manager Jeff Trexler, Cole Armstrong, Coach Edie Thompson, Julian O'Donoghue, Calin Trexler, Adam Choe (seated), Mia Thompson, Sean Dwyer (seated), Saxton Brown, Blake Hall (seated), Andrew Uharriet, Rowen Lampe (seated), Jared Dixon (seated) and Coach Shaun O'Donoghue, left ot right, celebrate the championship win. Not pictured: Jack Devine. Courtesy photo
Manager Jeff Trexler, Cole Armstrong, Coach Edie Thompson, Julian O'Donoghue, Calin Trexler, Adam Choe (seated), Mia Thompson, Sean Dwyer (seated), Saxton Brown, Blake Hall (seated), Andrew Uharriet, Rowen Lampe (seated), Jared Dixon (seated) and Coach Shaun O'Donoghue, left ot right, celebrate the championship win. Not pictured: Jack Devine. Courtesy photo

In the El Dorado Hills Little League AAA Championship game, Andrew Uharriet’s outstanding pitching performance helped the Nationals beat a solid Cardinals team, 8-4.

Uharriet struck out eight and pitched four and one-third innings of no-hit baseball, while only giving up one unearned run. Calin Trexler led the offense by going two for three with two rbis and a triple. Rowen Lampe had a clutch double that drove in another two runs.

The Nationals had the best record overall in El Dorado Hills Little League this year by going 20-1-1. The team had a 15-game winning streak to close out the season.

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