In game one of the final four, the fifth seed Palm Springs Chill (8-9-1) took on the third seed Washington Bluesox (9-7-2).

Justin Vasquez plated the only run for the Bluesox with an RBI single in the third.

Tillman Pugh bunt singled in the third, stole a base and scored on the previously mentioned Vasquez RBI single.

Cody Reiger went two for two with two singles. The pitching for the Chill was fantastic, Andrew Martin went five innings allowing no runs and just five hits.

Chill pitcher Bryan Kloppe

Hiromasa Okashita plated the first run with an RBI double in the third

Yuki Yasuda added two runs in the fourth with a single that drove home Diaki Tenaka and Ladarrius Cole.

Chill advance to the championship game with a 3 to 1 victory over the Bluesox.

The second of a double header put the number one seed Coachella Valley Snowbirds (14-3) up against the streaking number seven seed Canada A’s (5-12).

Deaun Williams finished two for three with two RBI’s.

Geoff Hobbs did not waste an at bat finishing three for four with an RBI double in the fourth.

The A’s fought tooth and nail going into the sixth inning. Canada had a 9-6 lead into the bottom half of the inning.

The Snowbirds were led by Michael Durham who went three for four with four RBI’s including a two RBI double in the bottom of the sixth.

Matt Chavez brought home a run on an RBI single and the Snowbirds found a way to survive and advance to the title game 10-9 over the A’s.

Championship Match up!

#1 Snowbirds vs #5 Chill- 12 p.m.

At Palm Springs Stadium