West Walton 6U wins sub-state title

The West Walton 6U All Stars-Black won the substate championship June 12-13, outscoring their opponents 63-8 in three games. They will head to the state Final Four June 19-20 to compete for the 6U All-Star state championship. The team consists of, from left, front row, Brody Fuller, Julian Siaca, Hampton Schumacher, Carter Daniels, Max Bower, Hayes Sorrells, Brooks Carter, Kohen Davis, Owen Burt, Jason Nichols, TJ Davis Jr. and Hudson Sorrells. The team is coached by Jeremy Fuller, Grant Carter, Jeremy Bower, Wes Sorrells, Tex Lee and Paul Nichols.

CHALMETTE, La. — West Walton Black, a Loganville-based youth team, will begin its pursuit of the 6-and-under World Series title in U.S. Specialty Sports Association baseball play Wednesday.

The team won the state title last month and will face teams from Georgia, Louisiana and Texas at the Val Riess Complex in the New Orleans suburbs for the championship.

The event begins with pool play to set up a double-elimination tournament.

West Walton Black opens play Wednesday with a 4 p.m. game against St. Bernard, Louisiana, and a 6:20 date against Coquille, Louisiana.

Pool play continues Thursday with a game against Aledo (Texas) Orange at 9 a.m. and Westside (Louisiana) at 11:20.

The double-elimination tournament begins Friday morning.

West Walton Black advanced by winning the Final Four state championship June 19-20 in McDonough. The team scored 46 runs and allowed just 15 in sweeping the event.

Team members include Max Bower, Owen Burt, Brooks Carter, Carter Daniels, Kohen Davis, Trelazel Davis, Brody Fuller, Jason Nichols, Hampton Schumacher, Julian Siaca, Hayes Sorrells and Hudson Sorrells.

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