(KGTV) - Chula Vista’s Park View Little League staved off elimination with a win over Arizona Tuesday, but their season will once again be on the line as they play in another must-win game Wednesday.
On Wednesday’s West Regional schedule, PVLL will match up with Tri City Little League in a win-or-go-home game at 7 p.m. Live coverage from the game at Al Houghton Stadium in San Bernardino will be available on the ESPN+ subscription streaming service.
The game will be Park View’s fourth straight without an off day in the regional.
The Chula Vista all-stars held off Sunnyside Little League of Tucson by a 9-5 score on Tuesday, thanks to a three-run home run by Jose Mendoza and good pitching by starter Kainoa Baptista.
Park View's Allan Camarillo, who was hit in his arm by a pitch in the fifth inning, will not be available to play Wednesday, his parents told league officials.
While X-rays were negative on the boy's arm, his parents believe he may not be cleared to play again until Friday.
Tri City also kept their regional hopes alive and set up a rematch with the “Green Monsters” with a 6-0 elimination of Utah.
Park View opened regional play Sunday with a 16-8 win over Tri City, tallying five home runs in the rout of the Northern California champions.
If PVLL defeats Tri City, they will go on to play in a Friday semifinal against the loser of Thursday’s Honolulu-Nevada game.
Through four postseason tournaments, Park View’s record stands at 13-1.