Vo’s Little Pros: Most viewed of 2018

Posted at 11:13 PM, Dec 18, 2018

During the 2018 year, KSBY was able to highlight talented athletes across the Central Coast on Vo’s Little Pros.

Here are the top three most viewed Vo’s Little Pros of 2018:

3.) Running with Reynaud’s

Nipomo dual athlete Mackenzie Bland was diagnosed with Reynaud’s disease her senior year. It’s a disorder that reduced blood flow to the fingers and toes, causing her hands and feet to go numb. Sometimes, it turns them black and blue. It can problematic but it was manageable because of her mind over matter mentality.

2.) Central Coast Waves

The 12U Central Coast Waves baseball team from Paso Robles geared up for what’s considered the greatest tournament in America by playing in the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament at Cooperstown Dreams Park. They were one of 104 teams across the county living the dream of playing ball at the mecca of baseball.

1.) Five Cities Babe Ruth All-Stars

The most viewed story was the Five Cities Babe Ruth All-Stars journey to the world series. What was unique about the story was that the team was featured for advancing to regionals, becoming the first Five Cities team since 1975 to advance. The team would go all the way, winning the 13U Babe Ruth World Series title.