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Welcome to District 33

Our District is located in San Diego California and is comprised of 15 leagues. Our area covers parts of San Diego and La Mesa from Balboa Park to Mount Helix from Highway 94 to Highway 52. Please take a look at our League Boundaries Map to see which league you are in.

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and emotional well being through Little League Baseball.

 
D33 Calendar Agenda

 
12th Annual Clay Berry Invitational

Friday, March 29th thru Sunday, March 31st 2019
Location:
Western Regional Facilities
CBI Rules: 2019 CBI Rules
CBI Forms:D33 Tournament Info, CBI Site Rules & WR Information
CBI Brackets: 2019 CBI Brackets

The 12th Annual CBI Tournament will take place Friday, March 29th thru Sunday March 31th at Little League Baseball Western Region Headquarters, Al Houghton Stadium located at 6707 Little League Dr. San Bernardino, CA 92407. This is a special weekend tournament that involves 8 regular season major division teams from District 33 Little League. The Western Region experience includes; teams staying in the dorms, eating their meals at the WR caferteria and playing on the field that is featured on ESPN during the Regional Tournament in August. For many of the kids that have played in the CBI, this is an experience of a lifetime.
This year we are proud to announce the following leagues that will be participating in the Clay Berry Invitational:

Rolando Ducks Mission Trails Pirates
Serra Mesa Nationals Lake Murray Angels
La Mesa National Athletics San Carlos Giants
San Carlos Orioles Allied Gardens Athletics

 
2019 Dorothy Dupont Memorial Tournament Re-Cap


Final Brackets: 2019 DDM Brackets
Eight Major Division teams from District 33 battled for the 11th Annual Dorothy DuPont Memorial Tournament flag on March 15th -17th, 2019 at Murphy Canyon Little League's "Little Damato" field. Friday games kicked off with Allied Gardens Dodgers vs. Lake Murray Royals with Rolando Giants vs. Sunshine Aztecs following behind. Saturday was favorable conditions and electric fans in the grandstand with games from La Mesa National Yankees, Chollas Lake Cubs, Mid-City A's and Serra Mesa Astros.

Sunday games started with a bang all the way down the bracket to our Championship game between Serra Mesa and Rolando. Serra Mesa Astros stayed scrappy but the Rolando Giants clinched the championship win!

Congrats to all who played to honor the memory of Dorothy DuPont! All the League Volunteers, District Officials and our wonderful Umpires put on another successful tournament to celebrate what the true spirit of Little League Baseball means.

Jacqueline Orr
DDM Tournament Director

Rolando Little League - Major Division Giants
2019 Dorothy DuPont Memorial Tournament Champs

 
2019 District Service Award Winners

District Service Awards are given to individuals nominated by their league that has several years of outstanding service to their league as well as having impacted the District by serving the other leagues in some capacity, usually by being involved in tournaments or something district wide. District Service Awards are usually given out on the League's Opening Day or Team Announcement Night. The rest of the District awards are presented at our annual dinner in May.

The 2019 District Service Award recipients are...

James Patocka
Patriot League

Ted Donovan
La Mesa National Little League

Andrea Eaton
Serra Mesa Little League

Sheila Gigante
San Carlos Little League


Ernie Villavicencio
Allied Gardens Little League

 
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2019 Rule Changes

Approved Rule Changes Effective 2019

Following the annual fall meeting of the Little League® International Board of Directors, Little League International officially announced the rule and regulation changes that will take effect in 2019. The two most notable changes will take place in the International Tournament with a new tiebreaker structure in all divisions, as well as a regulation establishing the number of adults in the dugout or on the field play when a tournament team has 11 or fewer eligible players.

"Each year, we work with our volunteers to evaluate our official rules and regulations to determine how we can make our program the most effective and provide our members with the best possible Little League experience," said Pat Wilson, Little League Senior Vice President and Chief Program Operations Officer. "Thanks to the valued input from our District Administrators, the Little League International Advisory Board, and the Operations Committee of the Little League International Board of Directors, we were able to determine these updates to our current rules. These two changes, specifically, are focused on providing tournament participants with an enjoyable and memorable experience and we are looking forward to another exciting Little League season in 2019."