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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2005 > South Carolina Leads the Way With Six New LL Charters

South Carolina Leads the Way With Six New LL Charters

Forty-one brand new leagues were chartered in Little League Baseball and Softball during the last month through April 18, with six in South Carolina. Four of the new leagues were in District 2 (District Administrator Doug Brooks), and two were in District 1 (District Administrator Forest Thomas).

Eight new leagues were chartered in Puerto Rico, with one each in Canada, Poland and England.

You can see the list of all the new leagues here: www.littleleague.org/media/newlgsmay2005.asp

Little League also bid a fond farewell to 11 District Administrator in the last month. They are (with state or country and district number): Larry Dunnam (Texas 1), Jacqueline Lecy (Wisconsin 5), Dianne Livingstone (British Columbia, Canada 7), Raul Ariguznaga (Mexico 5), Humberto Gomez Sansan (Mexico 9), Juan J. Zarate Quezada (Mexico 8), Jose Fernando Robles Cazares (Mexico 12), Jose Luis Hernandez Andrade (Mexico 13), Eduardo Aguilar Olivares (Mexico 14), Timm Harris (Ghana 1), and Vitalie Enache (Moldova 1).

There were 11 new District Administrators. Little League welcomes Tracy Poole (Texas 1), Robert Stasney (Wisconsin 5), Keith Fraser (British Columbia, Canada 7), Guillermo Alvarado Morales (Mexico 5), Dr. Carlos Peregrina Sandoval (Mexico 9), Ricardo Ortiz Lugo (Mexico 12), Saul E Martinez Huguez (Mexico 13), Jose De Jesus Limon Morales (Mexico 14), Juan Moreno Medina (Mexico 8), Tim Donnay (Ghana 1), and Ruslan Orlov (Moldova 1).