Website Manager

California District 33

Welcome to the District 33 Website

Our Little League 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. 

Helping young people develop character, discipline and teamwork while maintaining physical and emotional well being through Little League Baseball.  

2023 League Registration Links

Many of our leagues are currently or soon will be taking registration for the 2023 spring season. Enter your address in the Little League League Finder. Then click on your league link to find out the exact information you need to know about registration and get your child signed up before it's too late.

You don't want to miss out on any of the fun. Boys and girls ages 5-16 are eligible to play, check the age chart below to see what your child's playing age is for the upcoming season. Some leagues are taking 4 year olds, check your local league for further details. Be sure you have an original birth certificate and three forms of proof of residency for registration.

Allied Gardens Little League
Chollas Lake Little League
Kearny Mesa Little League
Lake Murray Little League
La Mesa National Little League

Mid City Little League
Mission Trails Little League
Murphy Canyon Little League
North Park Little League
Rolando Little League

San Carlos Little League
Serra Mesa Little League
Sunshine Little League
Tierrasanta Little League
Patriot Jr/Sr League



State of California Mandatory Training and Certifications

As we head towards the 2023 Spring Season, here is a reminder that State of California Requires Training and Certifications for Managers/Coaches, Administrators and Sports Officials and must be completed before any engagement with the players. This includes All Managers, Coaches, Umpires and Board Members.  If you fall into one of these categories, you are required to produce the mandatory certificate for each protocol. Please save and carry each of the certification certificates for all of your managers/coaches in your team binder.  Administrators and Sports Officials should carry a hardcopy or an electronic copy with them to all game sites. If you have any questions in regard to this required training, please ask your League President or me. 


Clay Berry 
District Administrator 
CA District 33


Concussion Protocol: (Required Once)


1. (a) California law requires that all managers/coaches, administrators and officials must complete an online concussion training at least once before supervising youth athletes; a certificate from a prior season is valid for this season. It takes only about 30 minutes to complete the training.

The online Concussion Protocol Training is at: https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/training/.

2.     A concussion and head injury information sheet must be signed by both the athlete and a parent/guardian before the athlete initiates practice or competition. An existing form from the 2020 spring may be used if it’s available. The signed sheet must be carried with the player’s medical release and code of conduct form.


Abuse Awareness Protocol: (Required Once)


1. (a) All managers/coaches, administrators and officials must complete the Abuse Awareness training provided by USA Baseball and SafeSport. The managers and coaches must carry documentation in their team binders that the course has been completed.  
2. Please sign into your account at USABDevelops.com 
3. Hover over the education tab and select the Course Catalog. 
4. It should take you to 
https://usabmobilecoach.com/courses- sign in again (you will only have to do this once). 
5. 
From there you can take any of the courses. 

To access your course certificates: 
1. 
Log in to USABMobileCoach.com
2. 
Select your name in the top right corner
3. C
lick “My Account” 
4. 
Select “Courses” option.


Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Protocol: (Required Once)

AB379 now requires the same protocols used for concussions in youth and high school sports to be used to help protect young athletes participating in school and community youth sports organizations from sudden cardiac arrest—the #1 killer of young athletes. Community youth sports organizations include an organization, business, nonprofit entity, or a local governmental agency that sponsors or conducts amateur sports competitions, training, camps, or clubs in which persons 17 years of age or younger participate. The online Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Training is at: https://epsavealife.org/sca-prevention-training/

Sunshine Little League hit with an Unforeseen Loss

Sunshine Little League is mourning the loss of one of their coaches, Eric Carroll. Eric was fatally shot on July 17th. Eric is being remembered as a devoted father and beloved Little League coach. Eric loved baseball so much that even though he didn’t have a child who was old enough to play, he volunteered to coach a Sunshine Little League team. Jose Lopez, president of the Sunshine Little League, said Eric was like a big brother to the players on his team, whose ages range from 13 to 15. “The kids loved him”.


Eric was killed during a joyful time in his life. His family and friends had just celebrated his daughter’s first birthday on July 16th. Eric and his daughter had spent this entire day, their last day together, filled with love, laughs, and the prospect of the future, with him being hopeful to see her grow up to become the wonderful woman that we all know she is one day going to be.

 

A GoFundMe, https://www.gofundme.com/f/79axtg-mjs-future has been set up for his daughter, Mary Jane (MJ). Please do us the honor of honoring his life by helping to support his daughter. This GoFundMe is to fund all things MJ (diapers, food, clothes, doctor’s appointments, a future college tuition, etc.) All of the proceeds will be going directly to the support and care of her and her alone. Any donations are greatly appreciated, and we thank you all so much in advance.

 

2022 District All-Star Winners



2022 District All-Star Winners


San Carlos Little League
2022 District 33 9-11's All-Star Champions

Final 2022 9-11's District Brackets


San Carlos Little League
2022 District 33 Little League (10/12's) All-Star Champions

Final 2022 Little League (10/12's) District Brackets


San Carlos Little League
2022 District 33 8-10's All-Star Champions

Final 2022 8-10's League District Brackets


Patriot American League
2022 District 33 Junior League All-Star Champions

Final 2022 Junior League District Brackets


North Park Little League
2022 District 33 Senior League All-Star Champions

Final 2022 Senior League District Brackets


2022 Section 6 Winners



2022 Section 6 All-Star Winners



San Carlos Little League
2022 8-10's Division Section 6 All-Star Champions

Final 2022 8-10's Division Section 6 Brackets
 

North Park Little League
2022 Section 6 Senior Division All-Star Champions

Final 2022 Senior Division Section 6 Brackets

Want to know how the other D33 teams did in the Section 6 tournament? Here are the final brackets for other divisions.....

9-10-11 Baseball
Brackets: 9-10-11 BB
Winner:
 Scripps Ranch LL (D32)
Little League Baseball

Brackets: Little League BB
Winner: Encinitas LL (D31)

     
Intermediate Baseball
Brackets: Intermediate BB
Winner: 4S Ranch LL (D31)        
Junior Baseball
BracketsJunior BB
Winner: 4S Ranch LL (D31)


LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL BAT INFORMATION - USABAT STANDARD

USA Baseball Logo


As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Major Baseball Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball and Junior League Baseball Divisions. At the Senior League Baseball Division, all bats must be meet the BBCOR standard.

 

USABat Standards - Decertified Bats:


           
The Easton Ghost X 30/20 YBB18GX10 and LL18GHX 30/20 2 5/8” has been decertified by USA Baseball and is no longer an approved bat under the USABat Standard. This applies to the 30” (-10) length of the Ghost X YBB18GX10 and LL18GHX. All other certified lengths and drops of the Easton Ghost X USABat remain approved for play.


The BBCOR decertification process has been implemented on the following bat(s): 

          

·          Louisville Slugger Meta 33-inch 2020 model

            

·          Reebok - Vector TLS 33-inch model

           

          Marucci - CAT5 Squared 34-inch model 

           

·        Marucci - CAT5 33-inch model

           

·        Marucci - Black 33 & 34 -inch models
          

Please note that images are for reference only and are not guaranteed that the bat model in question looks exactly as these internet supplied images portray.

Full details on de-certified bats can be found at: https://www.littleleague.org/playing-rules/bat-information/decertified-bats/A full list of approved bats can be found at https://USABat.com

John Perretta

Umpire in Chief - California District 33 Little League

rev 6/4/2022