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Dustin Johnson, 4 Aces GC 68-68_136

Carlos Ortiz, Fireballs GC 67-69_136

Branden Grace, Stinger GC 69-69_138

Justin Harding, Crushers GC 72-67_139

Brooks Koepka, Smash GC 70-70_140

Louis Oosthuizen, Stinger GC 71-69_140

Jinichiro Kozuma, Torque GC 71-69_140

Patrick Reed, 4 Aces GC 72-68_140

Sihwan Kim, Iron Heads GC 72-68_140

Bryson Dechambeau, Crushers GC 72-69_141

Sam Horsfield, Majesticks GC 73-68_141

Pat Perez, 4 Aces GC 69-73_142

Talor Gooch, 4 Aces GC 72-70_142

Martin Kaymer, Cleeks GC 71-72_143

Matthew Wolff, Hy Flers GC 72-71_143

Kevin Na, Iron Heads GC 75-68_143

Hideto Tanihara, Torque GC 69-75_144

Yuki Inamori, Torque GC 71-73_144   

Matthew Jones, Punch GC 72-72_144   

Abraham Ancer, Fireballs GC 73-71_144

Hennie Du Plessis, Stinger GC 70-75_145

Scott Vincent, Gleeks GC 71-74_145

Wade Ormsby, Punch GC 70-76_146

Adrian Otaegui, Smash GC 74-72_146

Ryosuke Kinoshita, Torque GC 75-71_146

Sergio Garcia, Fireballs GC 75-71_146

Chase Koepka, Smash GC 73-74_147

Charl Schwartzel, Stinger GC 74-73_147

Lee Westwood, Majesticks GC 76-71_147

Richard Bland, Smash GC 74-74_148

Peter Uihlein, Crushers GC 74-74_148

Travis Smyth, Niblicks GC 77-71_148

James Piot, Niblicks GC 73-76_149

Laurie Canter, Majesticks GC 75-74_149

Euginio Chacarra, Fireballs GC 76-73_149

Phil Mickelson, Hy Flyers GC 75-74_149

Graeme McDowell, Niblicks GC 79-71_150

Hudson Swafford, Niblicks GC 74-77_151

Ian Snyman, Cleeks GC 76-75_151

Bernd Wiesberger, Hy Flyers GC 77-74_151

Ian Poulter, Majesticks GC 75-77_152

Phachara Khongwatmai, Iron Heads GC 77-75_153   

Sadom Kaewkanjana, Iron Heads GC 82-70_152   

Blake Windred, Punch GC 79-74_153

Itthipat Buranatanyarat, Hy Flyers GC 79-74_153

Shaun Norris, Crushers GC 75-79_154

Turk Pettit, Cleeks GC 78-76_154

Jediah Morgan, Punch GC 76-84_160

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4 Aces GC  -15

Stinger GC  -11

Crushers GC   -8

Torque GC   -8

Fireballs GC   -8

Iron Heads GC   -5

Smash GC

Majesticks GC

Punch GC

Cleeks GC

Niblicks GC

Hy Flyers GC

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San Jose team heads to the Pony League World Series for the second consecutive year

Six days of baseball. Ten elite teams from four countries.

And for the second consecutive year, the San Jose 14-U baseball team is one of those elite teams competing for the Pony League World Series title. The players got a rousing send-off this week as they headed for Washington County, Pennsylvania, where the league hosts the summer classic.

At Lew Hays Pony Field, six U.S. teams are going up against some of the best players in this premier division from Taiwan, Mexico, England and Puerto Rico.

The first test in the double-elimination tourney for the San Jose players — under manager Shane Hall and coaches Brian Bacon and Eddie Dimas — will take place at 10 a.m. PDT Saturday, Aug. 13, when the team takes the field against Monterrey, Mexico. The game will be live-streamed via MLB.com; click on the “watch live” link from the Pony League homepage, www.plws.org.

The members of the team are Antonio Chavez, Enrique Sotelo, Griffin Bacon, Marcus Garcia, Tommy Moran, Adriel Ceja, Ethan Williams, David Hall, Aiden Mojica, Dante Butler, Jaden Taylor and Toby Torres. All attend or will attend San Jose, Los Gatos and Oakland high schools.

Before 2021, the last Bay Area team to make it to this Pony World Series was Danville in 1997. Previously, Campbell-Moreland competed in 1984, 1979, 1978 and 1964, and Santa Clara in 1973.

 

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Family of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team take photographs of the team before they departed for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Members of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team board a bus for a ride to the airport for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Toby Torres, 14, from San Jose, with the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team, high-fives his manager, Shane Hall, as he arrives at Hall’s house before leaving for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Members of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team pack up for a bus ride to the airport for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Tina Sotelo, from San Jose, gets a hug from her son Enrique, 14, with the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team, as her husband Anthony watches on before the team left for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Members of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team prepare to leave for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, on a bus in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Family members of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team cheer as the team leaves for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: The San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team leaves for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Members of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team, from left to right, Antonio Chavez, Aiden Mojica, and David Hall, all 14 years-old and from San Jose, hang out in Hall’s front yard before leaving for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Steven Butler, from San Jose, father of Dante with the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team, writes on their bus before they left for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Josh Williams, left, from Saratoga, father of Ethan Williams, 14, takes a photograph of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team before they left for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)  SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 10: Family of the San Jose Pony league 14-U baseball team take photographs of the team before they departed for the Pony League World Series, in Pennsylvania, in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) 

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