After losing to the same team Friday, the Danville Little League All-Stars came from behind to defeat Scotts Valley and capture the Northern California Championship, the top honors in the league for 10- and 11-year-olds.
Danville rebounded from a 9-6 defeat Friday to a 12-1 win Saturday, with 10 of the 12 runs coming in the first inning, capped with a grand slam by Connor Redmond and a three-run homer by Darroch Koel.
Koel also pitched four innings, giving up just one hit and one run.
The game ended on a 5-4-3 double play with third baseman Nick Venezia throwing to second baseman Ryan Bowman who then relayed to Chris Lonestar on first.
The win males it back to back Northern California championships for the boys - the first time for Danville Little league.