Little League All-Star Tournaments Roll On

By  //  July 3, 2012

Games Continue Tuesday Across Brevard

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BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Monday was another big slate of All-Star Little League games for both District 2 and District 22.

Merritt Island's Juniors division All-Stars are ready to compete for the District 22 championship. (Image courtesy Merritt Island Little League)

In a District 22 Majors baseball game at W.W James Park, Jake Barrett hit a grand slam in the 3rd inning while Chase Victor and Nick Avdellas added 3-run and 2-run homers respectively, to lead Merritt Island past Port St. John  16-0 in 4 innings.

At Holder Park in Mims on Monday night, the 9/10 division All-Stars baseball game Merritt Island knocked off Indian River City 16-5 in 6 innings. Bobby Pazos pitched 4 strong innings with 6 strikeouts for Merritt Island.

Troy Jarvis went 3-for-4 with 2 doubles and 5 RBI for Merritt Island, while Colton Morrill and Julius Luchs tacked on doubles and Shane Carson had a triple. Indian River City’s Jason Woodward was 1-for-2 with a double and scored two of IRC’s runs.

In a Juniors division All-Star contest at Holder Park, Rockledge shut out Indian River City 21-0 in 4 1/2 innings.

Palm Bay West’s Jonathan Bowden pitches vs Palm Bay East in a District 2 Little League game at Rodes Park on July 2. (Image by Richard Herron)

District 2

In 10/11 baseball action at Rode Park on Monday, West Melbourne edged Eau Gallie Blue 16-15 and Viera/Suntree defeated Palm Bay West 13-3.

Three 9/10 division All-Star baseball games were completed Monday at Rodes Park.

South Beaches rolled past Viera/Suntree Black 18-6, while Palm Bay East stopped Palm Bay West 11-1.

Eau Gallie Blue also topped Beachside 11-3.


All-Star games continue in the 10/11 baseball division and the 9/10 baseball division  tonight at Holder Park in Mims, W.W. James Park in Titusville and at Rodes Park in West Melbourne.

Much of the All-Stars schedule is still to be played with many more baseball and softball divisions opening play following the Independence Day holiday.