White Rock falls in District 3 baseball finals

White Rock’s Little League World Series dreams are over, after the team lost 5-4 to Langley Monday night at South Surrey Athletic Park, in the District 3 11/12 Majors championship game.

White Rock’s Little League World Series dreams are over, after the team lost 5-4 to Langley Monday night at South Surrey Athletic Park, in the District 3 11/12 Majors championship game.

White Rock was up 4-1 heading into the last inning, but starting pitch Ty Westgard, having reached the Little League-mandated pitch count of 85, had to come out of the game.

“And then we just couldn’t hold it together, couldn’t shut them down,” said head coach Chuck Westgard. “It’s very tough, very tough for everybody.”

Langley now advances to provincial championships in Victoria next week, while White Rock’s season is over.

 

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