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Four New Members of the Little League International Board of Directors Take Their Seats at Annual Meeting

Four New Members of the Little League International Board of Directors Take Their Seats at Annual Meeting


The Little League International Board of Directors convened today for its annual meeting in South Williamsport, Pa., with four new members taking their seats on the 25-member board.


Mr. Stephen Guerrero

Three of the new board members are volunteers in the field, serving as District Administrators (DA). They were elected to their seats on the board, there is one seat on the board for each of the nine Little League International regions, in a vote by fellow DAs in their respective regions. Each of the nine regional representatives on the Board serves a three-year term.

Stephen Guerrero, of Dededo, Guam, is representing the Asia-Pacific Region. Mr. Guerrero, who has been the DA in Guam since 2005, played in the Northern Guam Little League, then as a teenager helped his father, Jose, coach several different youth teams. He then managed teams himself in the league for six years. In 1982, he started his umpiring career and was the umpire consultant for the Guam Little League for three years.

Mr. Guerrero has umpired for 28 years, following the footsteps of his father. Jose umpired in the 1980 Little League Baseball World Series, and in 2006, Stephen earned his chance to work the most recognized of the eight World Series contested by Little League Baseball and Softball. The younger Guerrero also was a member of the umpiring crew for the 1994 Junior Baseball World Series.


Mr. Marty Hoy

Marty Hoy, of Torrance, Calif., is representing the Western Region.  Mr. Hoy has served in virtually every volunteer position in the local Little League organization during his 32 years of service, including coach, scorekeeper/announcer, member of the local league Board of Directors, local league President and Vice President, Player Agent and District Tournament Site Director.

For the last 10 years, Mr. Hoy has been the District Administrator for California District 25.  He also has been an umpire for 17 years.  Mr. Hoy has served as one of the public address announcers at the Little League Baseball World Series for several years.

Michael Serino, of Moscow, Pa., is representing the Eastern Region.  Mr. Serino has been associated with Little League for 55 years. He spent his first 30 years in the West Scranton (Pa.) Little League serving as a manager for 15 years, and later serving in every local league office except Treasurer. He served as President of the league for 15 years.

Mr. Serino then spent 12 years as the President of Tri-County Little League, now Western Wayne Little League in Moscow.


Mr. Michael Serino

After spending 10 years as an Assistant District Administrator while also serving as the Umpire-in-Chief for Pennsylvania District 17, Mr. Serino presently is the District Administrator for Districts 32 and 17 in Pennsylvania. Mr. Serino, who has 26 leagues in his two districts, has been the District Administrator for District 17 for 12 years and has led District 32 for the last three years.

Also taking a seat on the Little League International Board of Directors is retired National Hockey League player Chris Drury.  The 12-year NHL veteran was a pitcher and catcher on the Trumbull (Conn.) National Little League team that won the 1989 Little League Baseball World Series championship.