Another home run, another celebration photo, or as us photographers like to say “jube” photo… (jubilation…)
Day one is in the books! I’m not used to seeing the 12’s playing on the first day… there were some really great games tonight!
No question for me today, this was the Photo of the Day! You can see the entire sequence of the play in the gallery.
Here we go again!!
Year ten, in a row for us… it’s amazing to look back and see all that’s happened in that time! Some great memories and some great friendships have been made on the ball fields of Northern Nevada!!
As usual, I’ll have the Photo of the Day here on the site, stop by the tent, I have a small “prize” for you if your photo makes the “Photo of the Day”…
Each year I try to come up with something new, a new collage design normally… this year, going for something different… you’ll have to let me know what you think. Here are some samples, stop by the tent and see them in print.
To check out the gallery from tonight’s game click the link below…
The Championship is set! Centennial will play Reno American for the Junior Little League All Star Championship on Saturday night at Governor’s field in Carson City, NV.
The Photo of the Day… something a little more “fun” tonight… I get to see a lot of balls go by batters… makes for a lot of deleted photos… but sometimes you get one like this… Just makes me smile, what’s going through his mind right at this split second? 🙂
And now we’re down to three… Truckee defeated North Tahoe today and will play Reno American tomorrow as the loser’s bracket semi-final. Centennial will play the winner on Saturday for the Championship. Game time tomorrow is 6:30 PM. The Championship on Saturday is at 7:00 PM.
And then there were four… two teams exited the tournament Wednesday night… Carson City lost a close error filled game against Truckee and Reno National lost to North Tahoe. This puts North Tahoe playing Truckee and Reno American will play Centennial (winner’s bracket) on Thursday.
Photo of the Day… sometimes you are “over lensed”, meaning I’m too close to get the entire piece of action… with the larger junior fields (high school and up as well…) I shoot with a larger lens than when I shoot Little League… and when the action happens you have to decide if you’re going to try to shoot or not… here’s an example, I pushed the shutter button and hoped I got something… 🙂
The weather would lead you to believe there are no games going on… but the evenings have been great for shooting because the sky is a great big soft pillow of light and there haven’t been any harsh shadows on the faces… this is great for photos!! 🙂
And the tournament goes on! Now the Junior division will play all this week at Governor’s Fields 1 and 6. Night 1 (day 11 of the total tournament) kicked off with Carson playing Reno American and Reno National playing Centennial. Reno American and Centennial both picked up first round wins and will play again Tuesday night against North Tahoe and Truckee respectively…