Alameda Little League
Kevin Kearney-CPA Tigers 11, Greens and Grains Cardinals 4: For the Cardinals, George Chabre went 2 for 2 with a walk and two RBI, and Trenton McCoy added a line drive. Ronald Robertson made his debut pitching in the Majors and showed excellent command. He also had a triple. Joe Depinna had two hits and pitched the final one and two-third innings to close out the victory. The Tigers' Jonathan Atases went four and one-third innings, giving up only one run. Trevor Wong had a bunt single and scored a run.
Pappo Restaurants Athletics 8, Power Engineering Construction Co. Giants 0: A's pitchers Nate Low, Jackson Ball, and Eli Ottaviano combined for the shutout and 10 strikeouts. Offensively, Nate Low (2), Zach Repsold, Clay Restagno, Jackson Ball, Seamus McGuiness drove in runs. For the Giants, pitchers Max Turner, Brandon Wong, and Gab Castilla combined for eight strikeouts, while Connor Sparks recorded several outs at second base.
Pappo Restaurants Athletics 8, Northridge and McGuiness Marlins 7: In the eighth inning, Danny Alvarado hit a triple and stole home to give the Marlins 7-6 lead. In the bottom of the eighth, Jackson Ball drove in Clay Restagno with a two-run walk off home run.
Pappo Restaurants Athletics 13, Kevin Kearney-CPA Tigers 3: The A's Nate Low pitched five and two-third innings with six strikeouts and Jackson Ball closed out game. Ball had an RBI triple, Zach Repsold hit a grand slam, while Tony Norris-Silva and Jackson Cooke hit singles. Runs were driven in by Ricardo Tremper (3 RBI), Eli Ottaviano (2 RBI), Jack Saulovich. For the Tigers, Josh Anders and Jonathan Atases pitched well and Richie Be and Jake Avellar scored runs.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Redwings 10, Mudcats 10: Zack Hester hit a triple and a two-run homer to lead the Red Wings. Kai Tocchini hit a single and scored a run. Pitcher, Sebastian Hurtubise, and catcher, Jerick Griego, combined to nail a runner at the plate.
Becker Media River Bandits 14, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Red Wings 5: For the Red Wings, Adam Dean made a strong throw from right field to third base to prevent a run from scoring. Ryan Wong drove in two runs with a line drive single. Michael Shih and Ben Villanueva pitched well. For the River Bandits, Bowman Roach tripled, Jezaiah Naigulevu homered and Jerry Maldonado walked three times and scored three runs.
Sinead Smyth L.M.F.T. Rockhounds 13, Welcome Transportation Sea Dogs 6: The Rockhounds' Dylan Good went 2 for 2 with two runs scored and Aidan Lapachet had a hit and scored a run. Ethan Thomas struck out the side to close the game. The Sea Dogs' Riley McCarter hit a double and Gavin Ruport and Lee-John Majerus showed off their speed. Diego Franco pitched well.
Bayfarm-UPS Store 0447 Thunder 5, East Ocean Storm 5: For the Thunder, Brandon Gross pitched two solid innings and recorded five strikeouts. He also caught two runners attempting to steal home. Nathan Connick pitched one and two-third innings and struck out five. He also added an RBI single and stole home. Declan Howard doubled and on the mound he struck out three. For the Storm, Lennon Sutphin turned in a fielding gem after spearing a line drive in the outfield, he threw to home for a double play. Tanner MacKenzie pitched a scoreless sixth inning to preserve the win.
Sinead Smyth L.M.F.T. Rockhounds 6, Stem to Stern Mudhens 1: The Rockhounds were carried by shutout pitching from Tom Cooke, while Noah Walters and Colin Wehmann contributed clutch RBI hits. For the Mudhens, Zack King threw two scoreless innings and Ben Flournoy pitched out of a bases loaded jam. Christian Watkins and Sean McClung made great plays in the field.
Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Bats 7, Bayfarm-UPS Store 0447 Thunder 7: Logan Hinsberg, Garrett Deatherage, Lucas Pflueger and Adam Hoepker led the Bats offense. Lucas Pflueger had a hit in the bottom of the sixth and scored the tying run. The Thunder's Brandon Gross hit a two-run home run and pitched three consecutive strikeouts in the sixth inning. He also combined with Elijah Harris to pick-off a runner at second. Marcus Marsh pitched two innings and struck out four. Marsh singled in the sixth and plated Joshua Blackman.
Sinead Smyth L.M.F.T. Rockhounds 10, Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Bats 3: The Rockhounds were led by strong pitching from Tom Cooke, while Robert Lebbert and Jacob Corfey connected for RBI hits. Ethan Thomas struck out the side in the sixth inning. For the Bats, Nicholas Chan pitched two solid innings, and struck out the side in the second inning. Lucas Pflueger and Henry Pace led the Bats offense with two hits each. Curt Hennecke made a key play at third base.
Stem to Stern Mudhens 9, Vodafone Hot Rods 8: For the Mudhens, Ben Flournoy pitched out of a bases loaded jam. Tommy Soderlund and Sean McClung had key RBI hits, while Shannen Howard and Zack Rygg made clutch plays in the field. For the Hot Rods, Quinn Rassmussen, Ben Garcia, Tate Johnson and Brandon Souza contributed hits and Zak Zimmerman and Justin Williams-Huhn solidified a strong defense.
Vodafone Hot Rods 5, Welcome Transportation Sea Dogs 4: Scottie Rapposelli Jr. drove in the game-winning run with a walk-off double. Ben Garcia added two RBI and Justin Williams-Huhn scored a run. Tate Johnson made a key double play on defense. The Sea Dogs rallied behind the pitching of Reeth Guha (2 IP, 6 K). J.J. Jackson and Nick Bellinger provided run support.
Baron's Meats Raptors 8, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Iron Birds 2: For the Raptors, Nathan King and Payton Fare contributed three hits apiece while Gavin Pryor, Pierce Mauldin and Noah Klube contributed two each. Nathan King and Noah Klube made great catches on fly balls and Joaquin Palacios snagged a line drive at second base.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 15, Anna Mania-Attorney At Law Tin Caps 8: The Tin Caps' Joshua Epstein caught a tough pop fly and Casey Gorman-Miller caught a pop fly out and then tagged first for an inning-ending double play. Cooper Gunning, had a double and an RBI double. The Blue Claws had contributions at the plate from Kevin Holmes and Liam McNeil. Defensively, Jacoby Whorley and Luke Freeman turned a double play.
Baron's Meats Raptors 15, Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 4: For the Grasshoppers, Maslin Couts, Evan Green, and Jonathan Tai each hit doubles and drove in runs. Dylan McGrew added an RBI. Jonathan Tai caught a line drive and Davien Deala had a great defensive play. For the Raptors, Noah Klube had three hits and scored three times. Pierce Mauldin added two hits and drove in three runs. Matthew Lee and Dominic Sarmiento assisted in several putouts.
Parker and Sear's Orthodontics Muckdogs 12, Scolaris's Good Eats Lugnuts 11: For the Muckdogs, Nathan Yoo had a triple and three runs scored. Landon Gee added two hits and drove in a run, and Colin Henry hit an RBI triple. Tyler Reeb hit a line drive single to score the winning run.
Alameda Natural Grocery Volcanoes 11, Jack's Restaurant & Bar Scrapers 2: Matthew Hildreth led the Volcanoes with two hits and two runs scored. Devin Kaneshiro had three base hits and Jaden Jamula and Andrew Connick led the outfield. The Scrappers defense turned two double plays, an unassisted double play by Justin Blake and a catch and throw double play by Jonah Pascal.
Scolari's Good Eats Lugnuts 11, Anna Mania, Attorney At Law Tin Caps 10: For the Lugnuts,
Cooper Gunning, Isaac Camacho and Luca Iacona each had bases-loaded singles. Nathan Kent had a single, a double and made an inning-ending double play at first. Jack Allen made three putouts and caught a tough pop fly at home. For the Tin Caps, Finley Young led the offense with a two-run bases-loaded single.
Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 13, Jack's Restaurant & Bar Scrappers 5: For the Grasshoppers, Scanlan Derrick, Elek Strong, and Jonathan Tai each hit doubles and drove in runs. Lucas Corriero, Cyrus Jones, Dylan McGrew, Brandon Wong, and D.J. Yakura drove in runs. Cyrus Jones made several nice plays on defense. Hugh Saulsbury caught two fly balls and made consecutive tag outs at third base for the Scrappers. Jesse Ramsden went 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored.
West Wind Rays, Dragon Rouge White Sox: For the Rays, McKinley Elter and Daniel Hernandez accounted for four singles and seven RBI. Ryan Liu added two hits, including a grand slam to center field. Sander Strong recorded four putouts at first base. For the White Sox, Phoebe Neff-Cooper, Joseph Mainguy, Jaden Jones, Logan Song and Kieran Murray had two hits each. Neff-Cooper scored two runs.
TMS Auto A's, Blue Jays: For the A's,
Ethan Low singled in every at-bat. Teammate Mateo Leveton added a double, while Pablo Vessali turned in solid defense. For the Blue Jays, Jonah Abrami played great defense, T.J. Canalin had two singles, and Yasser Ahmadzoay closed out the game with a grand slam.
Future Star Baseball Marlins, Polly, Scatena, Vasheresse & May, CPA's-Diamondbacks: The Marlins' Kyle Nguyen stopped a line drive headed to the outfield and Max Cohen and Jeremy Hall caught tough fly balls. Dechlan McFarland and Andrew Van Hespen added key hits, including an RBI by Van Hespen. For the Diamondbacks, Jack Carlisle delivered two RBI singles and Tyler Donaldson had an RBI double. Rico Gomez added two hits and avoided a tag at third base. Beckett Atkisson singled.
West Wind Rays, Phil's Sliders / Donahue Gallagher Woods, LLP Red Sox: Libby Whittock and Miles Roorda each had a pair of singles for the Rays, and Turner Smith and Ben Webster hit back-to-back doubles and knocked in five runs. Sander Strong added three putouts on defense. For the Red Sox, Aiden Bencik made a nice throw for an out after scooping up a tough ground ball.
Yojimbo Sushi Giants, Neptune Beach Pearl Phillies: For the Giants, Reid Stewart had two smash hits and showed great hustle. Bryson Edwards hit two singles and made a key defensive play.
Littler Mendelson Giants, Alameda Neuropsych, Inc. Yankees: Owen Merritt had a double and Jake Morgan played a solid defense at first base and recorded several outs. Ryan Nguyen scored a run after reaching base on a hard hit grounder. For the Yankees, Dakota Chamberlain and Kaden Thomas contributed hits. Matthew Thornton and Colby Okazaki made several great plays in the field.
Herbs & Spices Catering Indians, Kelly Lux Insurance Twins: For the Indians, Matthew Dean, Coleman Crotty, and Milo Kochevar led the defense and Eliot Mack, Evan Lachs and Archer Hilsabeck had solid hits. Ziggy Mintz had a fantastic stop and made a strong throw for an out at second base. For the Twins, Dashiel von Stroheim had a great day on the mound and at the plate. Dash caught a pop fly and combined with Joshua LaFontaine to record a triple play. Max Belotti and Konstantin Stern played well.
Yojimbo Giants, Farmstead Cheeses and Wines Braves: Makana Berzabal was strong on defense, turning the Giant's first double play of the season. Offensively, Jack Rondenet had two hits and drove in several runs. For the Braves, Nikko Flores' defensive play kept the game close, while slugger Quincy Diamond crushed two home runs.
Cerda-Zein Real Estate Pirates, Alameda Collision A's: For Estate Pirates, Reed Wetstone and Kailer Stone had two base hits apiece. Defensively, Elizabeth Bennett played strong defense at first base. For the A's, Reid Sojka hit three line drive singles and pitcher Harold Huynh made some great defensive plays.
Alameda Softball Association
Citizen Canine Blue Penguins 14, McDaniels Landscaping Hericanes 13: For the Penguins, Beatrice Levy, Lauren Lum, Eileen Rhatigan, Zavala-Sheridan, Chantal Zavala-Sheridan, Annika Stenstedt, Juliette Ingram and Gabrelle Strauser, Jackie Lim, Rachel Noonan and Natalie Mesterhazy drove in and scored runs.
Ross, Sinclaire and Associates LLC Island Storm 5, Oakland Black Pandas 0: Gabby Chao hit an RBI double. Ella Chae and Sonya Narensky contributed hits and scored runs. Pitcher Charlotte Daly, who also had a hit, struck out the final batter of the game.
Dr. Tabor Black Diamonds 10, Oakland Junior Giants 0: The Black Diamonds got RBI hits from Cammy Rostagno, Ruby Jordan and Lucy Allison. Giuliana Means added three hits and Meg Rosenbaum had a single in the second inning. Defensively, Jadyn Banaria and Katy Hosakawa played well.