It's getting ugly in South Bay. Two District 42 little league teams are now in a fight that's getting ugly and it has very little to do with the game of baseball.
According to several sources within the south bay community, the dispute began when some parents hired a private investigator to look into three Park View Little League players, specifically where they live and where they go to school.
According to the private investigators report, Eastlake parents have now filed for a "protest" or complaint with the Little League International's headquarters alleging that the Park View Little League players are ineligible to play since the players have violated the "residency and school verification" in order to be on the team and therefore make the team unable to play in the Little League International Tournament.
NBC 7 contacted the little league international's office and spoke to Director of Communications, Kevin Fountain. He says "Based on information that has been provided, Little League International has not found any reason to deem Park View Little League ineligible to play in the Little League International Tournament"