CCB Finishes Cross-Country Run to Title with Gold Medal Game Shutout

Northern Californian squad CCB bested Team Worth Florida in the final game of the 2010 USA Baseball 16U East Championships.  The game was shortened to six innings due to the run-rule as CCB eased past their opponents 10-0. 

In the Bronze Medal Game, South Florida Elite Black outlasted Team Georgia Blue 13-9 in nine innings in a matchup of two upset-minded teams.  South Florida entered Championship play as the 31 seed and Team Georgia was the 25 seed, each making great runs to get to Saturday play. 

Congratulations to all the teams, but especially to CCB, the 2010 USA Baseball 16U Championships East Gold Medalists.




    Great job these kids come from the coast night temp. 55 day temp 65 to 75 10% humidity. Also an 8:00 game was 5am and wake up2:00 am west coast time.This makes their
    run even more AMAZING . They had to overcome a lot to go
    10 and 0.


    Congratulations to Coach Raich and 16 of the Bay Area’s best talent. You guys were so awesome! You represented your schools, your cities, and California to the fullest. What an amazing acheivement to go across the country, overcoming all the adversity, and taking home the Gold Medal! Hats off to you all.


    Congratulations to all 16 players from CCB for an excellent race to the gold. Thanks to the great support of the coaches and parents who helped these boys finish on top. Thanks also to the many people on the staff of USA Baseball who were out on the fields each and everyday making sure the environment was well groomed and safe for the players and enjoyable for the fans. Hats off to all of you.

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