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Edition #3 March 22, 2022

Laguna Hills Little League

Week Three

This Week in Little League

The season is in full swing (see what we did there!), and we couldn’t be more proud of this group of Little Leaguers. Through the wins and the losses the development of our young athletes is pretty remarkable. 

Coaches are doing a great job teaching our youngsters how to hit, catch and throw, while the Upper Division teams are honing their skills and increasing their baseball IQs daily. 


Selected Weekend Game Recaps

Thank you to those who sent in pictures and a few words. Remember to send in pictures, recaps, and videos to and we’ll try to feature everyone!


AA Padres 10, AA Angels 1

The Padres won their third straight, defeating a tough Angels squad on a beautiful Saturday morning at LHCC.  Jackson Fliegler opened the scoring with a grand slam in the bottom of the 1st, while Cayden Goodman contributed two strong innings to open the contest.  Adam Mandel, Michael Orduno, and Wyatt Beale hit solid shots, and Dylan Mitchell had his first multi-hit game of the season with two well-struck balls.  Cameron Webb also laid down a great bunt for a hit and RBI.  Fliegler closed the game from the mound.


For the Angels, Bryce McDaniel contributed a solid hit with an RBI, as well as an excellent play on defense at first base.  Maddox Fitzpatrick had a great catch in center off a fly ball from Orduno.  Fitzpatrick settled in after a rocky start, showing tremendous poise on the mound, before handing the ball off to Wyatt Cobb and Aiden Sipkovich, who pitched well for the Angels squad.

AA Dodgers vs AV Padres

The AA Dodgers lost a tough one to the AV Padres on Saturday, 6-2.

The Padres played incredible defense despite the Dodgers putting a lot of balls in play. Alex Tsujiuchi knocked in both Dodgers’ runs, scoring Colton Hutzler on a single in the third and Anthony Kamae on a sacrifice in the fourth. Nolan McCarron, Darren Chen, Landon Chen, and Anthony Kamae all hit safely in the game including a well-placed bunt from Kamae.

James Pitt started on the mound and took the loss despite a strong performance, striking out five over 1 2/3 innings. Tsujiuchi provided steady middle relief, and McCarron went the rest of the way, striking out the side in one of his innings. Hutzler and McCarron received game balls.

A White Sox vs. Dodgers

The White Sox defensive play of the game came from Aaron Johnson who plucked a pop fly out of the air at 3rd Base. Offensively, the bats came to life in the fourth inning highlighted by a three base bomb from Leonardo Rodriguez. 

Laguna Hills Hawks and LHLL

The Laguna Hills High School Hawks invited one of our teams to run out on the field with them before their game at Great Park in Irvine. The LHLL A Angels participated in the pre-game meeting and had a blast running on the field with their high school players. 

The Angels then had the opportunity to watch the game and cheer on our Hawks as they fought a challenging Northwood team. 


A Dodgers

Our single A Dodgers huddled up waiting to hear the lineup announced. “Yes, I’m playing shortstop!” 

Tee Ball Pirates

Don’t let the braids and pink cleats fool you. These girls can play!  Quite the menacing young bunch of ladies!

Angels Day Ticket are on sale now!


Blue Jays vs. Angels  

May 29, 1:07pm

The day starts with a tailgating extravaganza at  the BIG A with games for the kids and lots of tasty tailgate food including breakfast items and grilled fare.  Join us for some fun before the game!  Tailgate will start at 10:00am — player parade line-up begins at 11:00 — field walking begins at 11:30. 

Tickets are $25 each and we’ll be located in the Right Field Pavilion.  Please limit your ticket ordering to players and immediate family only.  If we have additional tickets, we’ll make them available to extended family.  Thank you!

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Thank you to our volunteers

To all of the Managers, Coaches, Umpires, Team Moms, Scorekeepers, and Snack Shack Workers – we appreciate you! We can’t do it without you. If you want to help please sign up for the snack shack at the bottom of this email and if you’d like to ump a game please email 

This Week in LHLL


When you take a video of your superstar getting a great hit or making a play in the field, please send it in to  We want to keep making weekly highlight reels for the kids to enjoy. 

We prefer landscape mode or 16:9 dimension videos – horizontal orientation. 

We also want to feature our kids – so send in pictures and stories describing the key plays in your games.

Oh yeah, and don’t forget to tag us on social!

Have a great season! 

Thank You to Our Great Sponsors!

Grand Slam and Home Run Sponsors

Stubbs & Bammer Luxury Group

New 50th Anniversary Swag

We wear our hearts on our sleeves, or at least on our backs and our heads! LHLL has a bunch of new hats, sweatshirts and tees to commemorate our 50th anniversary year. Show your pride! All the cool kids are wearing it! 

  • Available at the Snack Shack while supplies last

We bet you’re wondering how you can contribute to our wonderful community and help the kids! Well, wonder no more. LHLL is a volunteer organization, and it takes a village. We always need help. If you’d like to volunteer in the snack shack or umpire a game or two, please click the links below.

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