Page 12 March 19, 2020 EL SEGUNDO HERALD
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The ESLL President, Christibelle Villena,
sent out a notice to all league coaches and
players reflecting on what Little League International
conveyed. “We are aware of the
recent progression of the Coronavirus here in
Los Angeles and throughout the world. Little
League International (LLI) recommends a
temporary suspension of Little League activities
and we have agreed to follow it. Effective
immediately, El Segundo Little League will
temporarily suspend all Little League-related
activities until Sunday, April 12, with the
season resuming on Monday, April 13. This
suspension includes games, practices, clinics,
The Eagle’s Logan Sharp hits one past Julian Seivert. El Segundo’s Jake Lubs (#16) has just blocked Mira Costa’s (#15) Nathan Toomey’s hit.
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Little League Suspends Play
Due to Health Crisis
Add the El Segundo Little League to the suspension
of their league schedule like the NBA, NHL,
MLB and the MLS leagues. Those professional
leagues have decided to halt play because of the
Coronavirus pandemic. Little League International
operates more than 6,500 programs in more
than 84 countries, and therefore, has recommended
that leagues exercise an abundance of caution
and implement a temporary suspension of all
league activities until no earlier than April 6.
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cages, meetings and Picture Day.
Resuming the season and rescheduling any
games, Picture Day and other activities after
Spring Break will depend on any further action
required by the schools or government agencies.
At this point, everything is day-to-day/hourto
hour, so things can change quickly and we
appreciate everyone’s patience and flexibility.”
On related news, the California Interscholastic
Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS)
is monitoring the developments related to the
Covid-19 virus, also known as the Coronavirus.
Other than canceling the state basketball
championships, the CIF-SS has no plans to
Robby Pedersen blocks a Mira Costa hit for an El Segundo point.
Cory Lund (#6) scores here to help lead his Williams College Ephs to a 13-11 win over RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers)
cancel or reschedule upcoming events. El
Segundo high school administrators will be
closely monitoring the situation and will take
proactive measures to ensure their students and
faculty are safe. If the situation continues into
the spring championship calendar, then the
CIF-SS will take appropriate action.
The annual South Bay All-Star Basketball
Games, scheduled to be played Friday, March
20 at El Camino College, have been canceled
due to the current Covid-19 virus situation.
There is a possibility the games, one for boys
who are seniors and the other for senior girls,
will be rescheduled. •