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Serra 10-9 All Stars Win Section Championship
Serra's 9-10 All Stars became the first team in the league's 50+ year history to capture a Section 5 Championship. Serra was forced to win back-to-back games against Los Gatos Little League, in order to capture the title. Serra won on a walk-off hit in extra innings for the dramatic victory.
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Serra 10-9 All Stars Win District 44 Championship
The 9-10 All Stars from Sunnyvale's Serra Little League capped a perfect tournament on Monday night, winning Little League's California District 44 Championship with a 5-2 win over Los Altos Little League at Robert Holman Field in Campbell. The Serra All Stars won all five games over the two week tournament that pegged 13 teams from District 44 against each other.
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Serra All Stars Set to Kick-Off Second Season
The Serra Little League All Stars are slated to begin their respective Distriact All Star Tournaments this week, when the 12-11 All Stars square off against Cupertino National at Miller Jr High School on Monday at 5:30pm. The tournament has teams from all 14 leagues from District 44, vying for the District Championship and a chance to play in the Sectional Tournament in July.
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Serra Celebrates the 2014 Season
Serra Little League capped a fantastic 2014 regular season with the annual Closing Day Ceremony on Saturday at Serra Park. Representatives from all 21 Serra teams were on hand to celebrate the league's accomplishments. League President John Tracy helped preside over the hour long event that recognized player, parent and umpires for their contributions throughout the 2014 season.
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2014 All Star Information
As the 2014 Serra Little League regular season comes to a close, it is time to begin preparing for post-season activities, commonly known as Exhibition and All Stars! All Serra Little League players who have played in more than 60% of the regular season games are eligible to be selected for All Star teams. Selection to play on an All Star team is a significant honor, but also comes with some significant responsibilities and expectations for both the players and their families. The processes for forming these teams are beginning. Please refer to the Serra website for more information about these processes.
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A Note from the President of Serra LL
Hi members of Serra LL, in the last two weeks I have been visiting many of our games at Serra park. During these visits, I have been asked similar questions related to sportsmanship and what is the official Serra "policy" is with regard to how we conduct ourselves as coaches, parents and players. As we conclude our regular season, and begin the post-season teams, this is a great opportunity to reinforce the standards and culture of Serra around sportsmanship.
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Blues for Pink Week
This week the umpires are wearing pink jerseys, distributing literature and giving out pink wristbands to increase Breast Cancer Awareness. They are also soliciting donations to support the fight against breast cancer through the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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Registration Advisory: New School Boundary Exception
A new modification to the Little League's residency rule for 2014 has just been released from Little League International. The rule in brief reads: 'A player may qualify for residency of a league if, the player attends a school within the league boundaries.' Or worded slightly differently: 'Player A that live within League B boundaries and attends school within League C boundaries has the option of playing baseball within either League B or C without penalty.' Example: If player A lives outside the boundaries of Serra but attends school that's address is within Serra's boundaries (like Cupertino Middle School or West Valley Elm School), player A qualifies as a "resident" of Serra and may play baseball with Serra without penalty. Proof of participation with a school may be a report card, progress report or admissions letter.

New intermediate level division (13 year olds)
Serra Little League is planning to start up an Intermediate Division (playing on a 50/70 diamond) for 13 year olds only. This is contingent upon having the Cupertino 1 field modified to be used as a 70 ft. diamond as well as enough players registering to play, and having a volunteer to manage the team. This is in addition to the Juniors Division which is for 13 and 14 year olds. If you have questions regarding either the Intermediate Division or the Juniors Division, please contact mailto:playeragent.juniors@serralittleleague.com.

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New Serra Gear Items
SLL has added two new items to the Serra Gear list. Get your long sleeved CoolBase shirts for men and women, or an official Serra LL branded blanket.
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Become a Serra Sponsor
Would you like to sponsor Serra Little league? Do you know a business that may want to sponsor Serra Little League? Sponsors get a banner on the majors field as well as logo placement on the Serra website. Help Serra keep costs and entry fees down through sponsorship.
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Little League International Online Bat Resource
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information.
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