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Pala Braves perfect in winning 2017 Raymond Angulo Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Tournament

Sunday, September 10th, 2017

By ERNIE MAREZ
2017 Raymond Angulo Memorial
Tournament Director

CORONA, Calif. – The Pala Braves swept through the tournament undefeated, but were forced into the ‘if necessary’ game of the double elimination format by the Beaumont Coyotes after the Braves lost in the first championship game.

The Coyotes came out of the losers bracket and played five games on Sunday to reach the final.

TOP THREE PLACES

1. Pala Braves, Pala Band of Mission Indians, Pala, Calif.
2. Beaumont Coyotes, Beaumont, Calif.
3. Patricia’s Mexican Restaurant, Long Beach, Calif.

Beaumont Coyotes 4th of July Tournament Bracket

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

BEAUMONT, Calif. – Nine teams from Southern California will battle for the championship of the 39th Annual Coyotes 4th of July Tournament, July 1-3, at Beaumont’s Valdivia Field in Rangel Park.

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So. Calif. Bombers plan Open men’s fastpitch tournament in Beaumont

Monday, January 18th, 2016

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BEAUMONT, Calif. – The So. Calif. Bombers, in conjunction with the North American Fastpitch Association (NAFA) is hosting the 2016 Kick-Off Classic Men’s Fastpitch Tournament at Noble Creek Park in Beaumont.

Registration is on-going with the deadline set for Feb. 7 for teams to enter.

    TOURNAMENT DETAILS
  • Dates: Feb. 13-14
  • Location: Noble Creek Park, Beaumont, Calif.
  • Classification: Open with four-game guarantee in pool play
  • Entry Fee: $400
  • Game ball: NAFA white
  • Rules: NAFA rules will be in effect
    • CONTACT INFORMATION

    Albert Garcia at 951-212-2415
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    Ralph Roybal at 909-954-8036
    ralphies11@aol.com

      DEADLINE REMINDER

  • Please respond no later than Feb. 7, if you are interested.
  • Sincerely,
    Jesse Ortiz
    SCIFL President
    661-510-8928

    Beaumont Coyotes hosting 37th Annual 4th of July Tournament

    Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

    valdivia.david.1web David Valdivia started the Beaumont Coyotes men’s fastpitch team and its tournament in 1977 and the team and tournament carry on to this day. Photo By BOB OTTO

    BEAUMONT, Calif. – Every 4th of July weekend, Rangel Park in Beaumont comes alive. It’s time for the Beaumont Coyotes annual men’s fastpitch tournament that draws some of the better teams from Southern California.

    David Valdivia started the tournament in 1977. It’s been going off, well, like fireworks ever since, now marking the 37th year of the popular event.

    He recalls that first year fondly when the home-run hitting Cororna Chicanos (then managed by the legendary Jim ‘Chayo’ Rodriguez) launched a homer assault on “Valdivia Field,” which the City of Beaumont named in honor of Valdivia’s many years of service to softball and the city.

    “The fences down the left field line and right field line are 200 and 220 feet (respectively) and 230 in center,” Valdivia said. “There was chain link 12-feet high back then, but the ball still sailed over the fences. There was something like 96 homers hit in the tournament, and the Chicanos with Ray and Freddy Bega and Joey and Jim Rodriguez hit a lot of them.”

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