News and Announcements
The 9-10 year old Red Team won the District 4 Future All Stars tournament for their age group.
The 11 year old Red Team won the District 4 Future All Stars tournament for their group.
The 10 year old Blue Team won the Buckeye Tournament in Lafayette for their age group.
Congratulations go out to the players, coaches and families.
Congratulations to the 2018 Intermediate Division All Stars for capturing the District 4 Championship. This is the 4th consecutive championship for Alameda Intermediate. Section play begins this Saturday in Woodlawn vs. the Distrct 35 champion, Mark West Youth Club Little League. The Intermediate World Series is held in Livermore.
Update: The Intermediate All Stars advanced to the Championship game but were defeated by Woodland American LL.
Additional information may be found at: 2018 Intermediate Sectionals Home D64.
Alameda Intermediate All Stars
|Nico Araujo||Owen Conway||Luis Licea|
|Shaan Castro||Anthony Fortie||Leo McMahon|
|Ryan Chang||Jacob Goodman||Collin Ng|
|Max Cohen||Casey Gorman-Miller||William Thompson|
|Tom Cooke||Matthew Lee|
Three former Alameda Little League players were drafted in the 2018 Major League Baseball Amatuer Draft!!!
Congratulations go out to Osiris Johnson, Michael Perri and Kaleo Johnson.
Osiris Johnson, a 2nd round pick and the 53rd overall pick by the Miami Marlins. Osiris just finished his Senior year at Encinal High School.
Michael Perri was a 21st round pick by the St Louis Cardinals. Michael graduated from Bishop O’Dowd High School and graduated this year from the University of San Francisco.
Kaleo Johnson was drafted in the 32nd Round by the Tampa Bay Rays. Kaleo a graduate of Encinal High School just finished his junior year at Montana State University Billings where he became the first player in school history to be named a consensus All-American!
Congratulations again to these former Alameda Little League players and their families on a dream come true!
Congratulations to the 2018 All Star teams. This year there are three teams at the International level, 12 years old, 11 years old and 10 years old. The 12's can go all the way to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA. The 11's and 10's can go as far as state. District 4 has started a district level tournament for the second teams that will play at the district level, 11-10 and 10-9 years old.
|11 y/o Blue|| 11 y/o
Future All Stars
|10 y/o Blue|| 9-10 y/o
Future All Stars
Kirk Humbles III
*indicates nominated but not available to play
| Matan Antebi*
International All Star games begin on 6/19.
12 year olds: 6/19 5:30pm - Alameda plays North Oakland here in Alameda.
11 year olds: 6/25 5:30pm - Alameda plays Lafayette here in Alameda
10 year olds: 6/26 5:30pm - Alameda plays the winner of Albany vs. East County in Albany
Future All Star games begin on 6/22.
11 year olds: 6/27 5:30pm - Alameda plays North Oakland here in Alameda
10 year olds: 6/22 5:30pm - Alameda plays Albany here in Alameda
Alameda 9 Continental 2
Alameda 3 North Oakland 7
Alameda 8 Concord American 10
Alameda 1 Lafayette 5
Alameda 10 Antioch 3
Alameda 10 Clayton Valley 0
Alameda 10 South Oakland 0
Alameda 10 East County 18
Alameda 13 Concord American 8
Alameda 1 Albany 13
Alameda 20 Lafayette 6
Alameda 11 Continental 2
Alameda plays Walnut Creek 7/5 in North Oakland. Winner to play North Oakland on 7/6 in Alameda
Alameda 11 East County 4
Alameda 9 Lafayette 7
Alameda advances to Championship on 7/10 in Alameda
Alameda 29 Clayton Valley 0
Alameda 15 Lafayette 5
Alameda 12 North Oakland 1
Alameda advances to Championship on 7/10 in Antioch
Please use the below links to get to the 2018 All Stars schedules and results pages. The schedule lists the date, time, teams and location. Please note that many games are played here in Alameda.
The 12 year olds are eligible to advance all the way to the tournament in Williamsport, PA in August. Intermediate 50/70 plays its World Series in Livermore, also in August. The 11's and 10/9's teams can advance to a state level tournament. These are the former 'Blue' teams and will keep that color uniform. These are double elimination tournaments.
New for this year is the "Future All Stars Tournament". This is a district level tournament that was carved out from the interntional tournaments. Traditionally the 'Red' teams would exit the tournament early. The "Future's" tournament helps level the playing field. These are double elimination tournaments.