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2021 All Stars Tournament Information



Selection to the All-Star Team is a very big honor. It’s an opportunity to up your game by playing with the best players at your age level and learning the next level of game strategies from your coaches. All-Star teams typically practice every day for the two weeks prior to the tournament start. Depending on the success of each team, tournaments and practices could continue through mid-July or beyond. 

Baseball 9/10 Division:

District Tournament: July 10-July 16 at Phil Johnson in Everett
State Tournament Starts: July 24 in District 3

Baseball 10/11 Division:

District Tournament: July 10-July 16 at Phil Johnson in Everett
State Tournament Starts: July 24 in District 9 

Baseball Majors:

District Tournament: July 7-July 14 at Phil Johnson in Everett
State Tournament Starts: July 17 in District 13

Softball 9/10 Division:

District Tournament: June 28-July 9 at Phil Johnson in Everett
State Tournament Starts: July 10 in District 2

Softball 10/11 Division:

District Tournament: June 28-July 9 at Phil Johnson in Everett (no games July 3-5)
State Tournament Starts: July 10 in District 10

Softball Majors Division:

District Tournament: June 28-July 9 at Phil Johnson in Everett (no games July 3-5)
State Tournament Starts: July 10 in District 6


Teenage Baseball and Softball:


See District 1 website for dates and locations

Click here for additional dates for Western Region and National Tournament: District 1 website

Baseball All Star Selections

Congratulations to our 2021 Baseball All Star Teams!

Majors:

Manager - Kevin Rohrich
Ryan Mullen
Oleg Kaduce
Noah Linde
Grady Rohrich
Jaxen Edwards
Reid Edwards
Nathan Velasquez
Savanna Velasquez
Liam Andrews
Maddux Phimmasane
Grady Cossette
Declan McNulty

11U:

Manager - Adam Klein
Camden Bjorkman
Asher Zugel
Conner Maxwell
Levi Manzer
Zach Winterroth
Brady Kilwein
Lucas Rudzinski
Lucas Burd
Harlen Boelter
Landon Klein
Emerson Crowell
Peter Bruce
Kellan Cook

10U:

Manager - Shane Carothers
Dylan Marcelo
Timmy Carothers
Oliver Pritsch
Israel Ford
Noah Alicuben
Cameron Vong
Peter Grady
Colin Hickey
Max Charon
Shane Curtis
Zachary Wyrick
Miles Charleston
Avery Leahy

Softball All Stars Selections

Juniors
Morgan Avery
Eden Cole
Francis Famatiga
River Franz
Camille Hansen
Marin Higgins
Synclair Mawudeku
Vivian Mawudeku
Delaney Ortega
Alyssa Quevedo
Ginger Scherb
Shea Sistek
Kylie Thornton
Isabella Torres
Sage Welcher
Kelli Wilson

Majors/12 U
Hana Barhoum
Mackenzie Calzada
Mikayla Caro
Raelynn Frans
Lexi Johnson
Riley Karabach
Aaliyah Maldonado
Katie McBride
Lily Mckinley
Kaelyn McMahon
Stella Tepley
Adalina Torres

10 U/Minors
KenzieBarrington
Evelyn Boudon
Mary Gunther
Harper Kilby
Mackenzie Koehnen
Finley LaCoss
Olivia Martinez
Harper McKinley
Halie Moran
Reese Ortega
Ella Ryhnard
Natalie Stark
Sammy Winsor


General All Stars Information



Selection to the All-Star Team is a very big honor. It’s an opportunity to up your game by playing with the best players at your age level and learning the next level of game strategies from your coaches. All-Star teams typically practice every day for the two weeks prior to the tournament start. Depending on the success of each team, tournaments and practices could continue through mid-July or beyond. 

Divisions

Baseball 9/10 Division
B
aseball 10/11 Division
Baseball Majors
Softball 9/10 Division
Softball 10/11 Division
Softball Majors Division

There could be teams in the higher divisions (Intermediate, Juniors or Seniors) if MLL has enough regular season players to field a team (Western Region no longer allows combined teams with other leagues).

Tournaments

The District All-Star tournament runs through mid-July. The teams that win the District All-Star Tournament proceed to the State All-Star Tournament. The furthest that the 9/10-year-old and 11-year-old all-star teams may go is the State Level. In the 11-12 Year Old Majors All-Star division, the winner of the state tournament proceeds to a Regional Tournament and potentially then to National and International Tournaments. The International All-Star Tournaments are held in Williamsport in August.

Selection Process

Players are selected by All-Star coaches after being evaluated at a league tryout event.  Players must commit to attending all practices and games, which is a big time commitment during the summer. There is a $65 Uniform fee for all All-Star players. Players will receive a full All-Star uniform including a personalized Jersey that they keep at the conclusion of the All-Star tournaments.

Players interested in trying out for this year’s All-Star teams must fill out the All-Star Player Agreement and pledge their time to the All-Star experience.  It is important that each player selected for the All-Star team is available for the extent of the All-Star season.  Players with family commitments or planned vacations need to disclose that information as part of their All-Star application. If you would like to be considered for placement on an All-Star team, you must sign and return the All-Star Player Agreement on or before the day of tryouts.

Playing Time

One area that sometimes generates controversy and confusion among All-Star players and families is playing time. During All-Star season, substitution rules differ from those in the regular season. Minimum playing time will depend on the number of players on the All-Star team's roster (i.e., 12 or 13 players).

Code of Conduct

Once selected to an All Stars team, players and parents must sign a code of conduct form.

All-Star Code of Conduct - Player
All-Start Code of Conduct - Parent

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