Snow Canyon Little League All-Stars Play in California with World Championship Pavement on the Line – St. George News

Street. George – It’s not hard to find a place where all the stars of Snow Canyon Little League play.

All-Star Game Snow Canyon Little League, St. George, Utah, July 28, 2022 | Photo by E.George Gould, St. George’s News

After all, their arena in Santa Clara is on Little League Drive.

Snow Canyon has a tradition of making strong Little League teams, whether in baseball or softball.

“I don’t know for sure when Little League started in Snow Canyon, but it has been going on for at least the last 30 years,” coach Mark Ence said. “The city laid the fields and we’ve hosted a lot of tournaments and a lot of Little League matches over the years.”

The Snow Canyon U12 Little League all-stars are undefeated and head to San Bernardino, California next week to play on Anchorage at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

When we formed our All-Star Team they started shouting, ‘SC Williamsport! “That was the goal from the start to get there. We feel we have a legitimate opportunity to make that happen.”

Ence said that reorganizing the regional competition could benefit Snow Canyon this year. For the first time, Utah is in the mountains and will play teams from Nevada, Wyoming and Montana when they arrive in San Bernardino.

“We put in time and work together in our practices,” Insi said. “We feel we can compete and we have a chance to get there (Williamsport).”

In the state championship, he defeated Snow Canyon Enterprise and then beat the two teams from Cedar City in the next two matches. They won the championship after beating Dixie 8-4.

All-Star Game Snow Canyon Little League, St. George, Utah, July 28, 2022 | Photo by E.George Gould, St. George’s News

“We started strong and scored eight games in the first half,” Ense said. “We had everyone available to bid and Dixie had used a lot of their shows.”

As previously reported in St.

Fallen Randall plays second base in Snow Canyon. She gained minor league experience on the softball team and said she liked the baseball version of the game better.

“I feel like there’s more competition in him,” Randall said after training Thursday morning. “We are training and getting better every time. All of our coaches are really good, and I love them all. They work hard for us.”

Snow Canyon’s first game in San Bernardino is August 7 against Wyoming. The regional tournament runs until August 12.

Snow Canyon’s roster includes Falynn Randall, Dash Avery, Brogan Coop, Reggie Ence, Colton Gainey, Linc Hafen, Chaz Hickman, Kolby Lamoreaux, Easton Oliverson, Cody Ruffell, Preston Threlfall, Jake Tomlinson and Brex Whitney.

The team is coached by Mark Insey, Kyle Haven and Jess Oliverson.

The team is seeking sponsorship and interested fans can contribute to venmo, @SnowCanyon-LittleLeague-1.

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