Alameda Little League
Pappo Restaurants Athletics 3, Open Group Cubs 1: The A's Nate Low pitched five and two-third innings with 14 strikeouts and two walks. Eli Ottaviano closed out the game and earned the save. Nate Low had an RBI double, Anthony Anderson had an RBI single, Clay Restagno had a triple, while Jackson Ball, Jackson Barnes, Colin Chan, Jack Saulovich contributed singles. Jack Saulovich stole home for the third and final run. For the Cubs, Dean Sarmiento pitched five innings, with nine strikeouts and one walk. Two key bunts were laid down by Mason Liag, while singles were provided by Nick Saikley and Neil Donovan.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Redwings 7, Nancy Shalit Scrappers 4: Adam Dean lined a double into right field to drive in the final run for the Redwings. Catcher Sean Gorham threw a strike to shortstop Zack Hester to nail the runner at second. Gorham and Ben Villanueva both hit triples. For the Scrappers, Jake Emerson pitched three innings and had an inside-the-park home run, while Jacob Strauser drove in two runs.
Zero2R Stars 17, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Redwings 10: For the Stars, Kian Van De Meer and Jac Hernandez each had three hits. Landon Marsh made a great catch in center field and doubled off the runner at first. The Stars rallied in the fifth for eight runs. For the Redwings, Aaron Modic went 2 for 3 and scored twice. Adam Dean made his pitching debut and allowed no runs.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Redwings 21, Claremont Behavioral Services Express 17: Ryan Wong drove in seven runs with two triples and a single and also scored three runs to lead the Redwings. Zack Hester, Sean Gorham, Michael Shih, and James Kapp added doubles. For the Express, Nathan Dudley and Gavin McLaren pitched well, while Evan Hesse led the offense with two hits.
Encinal Market Hooks 18, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Redwings 16: Sebastian Hurtubise hit a three run homer and scored two more runs to lead the Redwings. Ryan Wong and Ben Villanueva each hit a single and a double. Villanueva teamed with Hurtubise to make some key plays in the field. Lukas Mann and Nicholas Stermer teamed up for a double play, while Justin Leung's strong pitching helped anchor the Hooks defense. Emmitt Phinney had three hits and five RBI in the high scoring offensive battle.
Bowzer's Pizza Riverdogs 11, Alameda Pediatric Dentistry Knights 1: Paul Verdickt singled for the Knights, caught a pop fly and threw out a runner at first. David Costa struck out four batters and made a great play to tag a runner out.
East Ocean Storm 7, Sinead Smyth Rockhounds 4: The Rockhounds were led with two doubles by Nathan Westlund and strong line drive single by Colin Wehmann. Aidan Lapachet tore up the base paths with a stolen base and run scored. For the Storm, Turean Bowman doubled and Ryan Chang tripled to spark the Storm offense. Tanner MacKenzie pitched the final two innings and preserved the win.
Sinead Smyth L.M.F.T. Rockhounds 20, Alameda Pediatric Dentistry Knights 8: The Rockhounds were led by RBI hits from Kyle Long, Miles Taylor and Nicholas Rondenet. Mateo Hamilton pitched a solid inning with two strikeouts. Evan Cavanaugh had a strong at-bat for the Knights and stole two bases. Christopher Hynes had a key hit, and Jack Obot stole multiple bases, scored a run, and made an out at first.
Karin Fox, Harbor Bay Realty Bulls 19, Alameda Pediatric Dentistry Knights 3: Jonathan Schnoebelen pitched well for the Knights, recording three strikeouts and snagging a hard grounder for an out. Cuyler Shannon made two great plays at third base for outs. Zachary Hayward struck out three batters and stole multiple bases. For the Bulls, Song Navasca and Dylan Monabat broke the game open with solid hits. Jake Fox stayed hot with the bat and contributed solid hits as well.
Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Bats 5, Vodofone Hot Rods 4: For the Bats, Logan Hinsberg pitched two solid innings, facing only six batters. Teyo Snyder-Aguigui, Adam Hoepker and Owen Firestone led the Bats offense with two hits each and combined for seven stolen bases. Henry Pace scored the game winning run in the top of the fifth. Mady Leung led the Hot Rods, pitching two scoreless innings and hitting a singe. Zak Zimmerman hit a two run triple, while Kai Berzabal and Tate Johnson also contributed key hits.
UPS Store 0447-Bayfarm Thunder 7, Sinead Smyth L.M.F.T. Rockhounds 8: The Rockhounds' Noah Walters and Nathan Westlund made great defensive plays and Robbert Lebbert drove in the winning run with a double. Yuwei Fong and Nathan Connick hit doubles while Alexandr Szecsey scored a run. Catcher Nicolas Ortiz caught a base runner attempting to steal home and Trevor Marsh made his pitching debut.
Parker and Sear's Orthodontics Muckdogs 12, Scolaris's Good Eats Lugnuts 11: For the Muckdogs, Nathan Yoo led the offense with a triple and three runs. Landon Gee added two hits and drove in a run. Colin Henry added an RBI triple. Tyler Reeb hit a line drive which scored the winning run. Defensively, the Lugnuts had key plays by Damon Smith and Walker Keating. Offensively, Tyus Arnold, Bailey deVries, Joey Fedor and Jacob Thornton combined for back-to-back hits in a five run fifth inning.
Scolaris's Good Eats Lugnuts 11, Anna Mania, Attorney At Law Tin Caps 10: For the Lugnuts, Jack Murphy led the offense with two RBI singles, including a walk-off single. Defensively, second baseman Tyus Arnold and first baseman Issac Yoon combined for two key outs. For the Tin Caps, Cooper Gunning, Isaac Camacho and Luca Iacona each had singles. Nathan Kent had a single, a double and made an inning-ending double play. Jack Allen made three outs in the field, including an inning-ending pop fly catch at home. Finley Young led the offense with a two-run single.
Alameda Elks Lodge #1015 Mets 18, Parker and Sears Orthodontics Muckdogs 15: Jacob Ackiron led the Mets with four hits and two RBI. Junior Perez, Theo Wilson, Sal Guillen, Ryan Cheng contributed three hits apiece. Outstanding defense was turned in by Porter Starnes and Junior Perez. For the Muckdogs, Collin Ng hit an RBI double and combined for a double play in the field. Turner Wasson went 3 for 3 and drove in several runs. Mauricio Rosales hit an RBI single and also made a key defensive out. Jack Gille went 3 for 3 with an RBI.
Alameda Natural Grocery Volcanoes 13, Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 11: For the Volcanoes, pitchers Bilal Abraham and John Marshall combined for three shutout innings, including an inning-ending double play. Devin Kaneshiro's clutch fifth inning hit drove in Owen Sacco and Miles Murphy for the go-ahead runs. David Gibbs and Liam McNeil powered the Blue Claws offense with four RBI each. Jacob Whorley made a double play and Luke Freeman led the team with five putouts.
Torrey Pines Bank-Owlz 15, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodonics-Ironbirds 10: The Owlz Daniel Velichko had three hits, scored twice and drove in a run. Sanjay Cordova added a single and also scored on Ty Menze's base hit to left. Menze had three hits on the day.
Alameda Elks Lodge #1015 Mets 15, Neptune Beach Pearl SandGnats 13: For the Sand Gnats, Zachary Nordberg played stellar defense at first base and Maxwell Liang, at catcher, played well. The offense was led by Jason Javendel and Matt Mainguy, who both hit two deep balls for extra bases.
Jack's Restaurant & Bar Scrappers 15, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Iron Birds 13: The Scrappers sealed the victory in their last at-bat. Key hits were provided by Rex Weber, Patrick Baggett, Austin Hensley, Hudson Taylor, who had the game-winning single. Weber added two more hits, and Justin Blake anchored the defense with three assists and one putout. For the Ironbirds, Jonah Hammond and Nathan Jaramillo both went 3 for 3, while Mathew Shih and Akira Tamaoki came through with key hits in the late in the game. Alan Hesse led the defense with three unassisted outs, including a double play.
Torrey Pines Owlz 15, Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 7: For the Owlz, Kai Shimp went 3 for 3 with two RBI, and also scored three runs. Shimp also made a diving catch at second base. Richard Riordan had two hits, two RBI, and scored a run. Rafael Arredondo contributed three hits and two RBI. For the Grasshoppers, William Hester went 3 for 3 with a double, while Evan Green added an RBI double. Lucas Corriero, Scanlan Derrick, Logan Wilson, and Brandon Wong drove in runs. In the field, William Kelly caught a tough fly ball on the run.
Baskin-Robbins Cardinals vs Dragon Rouge White Sox: For the Cardinals, Benjamin Caynan led off the game with single and Turner Brotze displayed excellent defense at third base and catcher. Toby Schrager had a key single that plated several runs. Micah Rezendez reached base in every at-bat and scored several times. For the White Sox, Joseph Cutting and Alex Prather displayed great hustle and legged out two hits apiece. Henry Garcia and Dawson Stewart combined for multiple outs in the field.
Chef's Wok Orioles, Maureen Shandobil, Harbor Bay Realty Rockies: The Orioles Grant Tomono made an unassisted out at third and Qiara Houston-Cecaci turned in several nice plays at shortstop. Logan Thornton also made two great plays at third. For the Rockies, Santiago Enanoria led the offense with a stand-up triple, while the defense was anchored by Sophia Stento, Boston Cunningham, and Zach Pippen.
Alameda Neuropsych, Inc. Yankees, Dragon Rouge White Sox: For the Yankees, Kyle Rider, David McNamara, and Daniel Kinna hit the ball well. Pierce LePechet and Luca Campbell made great plays in the field, and Lucas Glaviano showed his speed on the base paths. For the White Sox, Christopher Nguyen led the offense with doubles. Tennyson Bradley also had two hits and saved a run with a diving stop at shortstop. Donovan Nakamura and Phoebe Neff-Cooper contributed two hits apiece.
Maureen Shandobil Rockies, Littler Mendelson Giants: The Rockies played solid defense and were led by Griffin Chen, who had an unassisted out at second. Boston Cunningham turned in strong defense. Zachary Morais and Rex Evans both had base hits. For the Giants, Mason Gunnell hit a line drive double and Marco Puertas added a single. Third baseman Jake Morgan played heads up defense and recorded an unassisted out.
West Wind Rays vs. Future Star Baseball Marlins: The Rays defense was dominant, with Mick Goddard recording five outs at first and Angus Olaes applying a tag at third. Benji Kapelko and Jacob Hirano each smacked a pair of singles, and Edward Gross cleared the bases with a home run. For the Marlins, Amy Screechfield had two hits and a putout at first. Kiran Schollum, Zeke Scott, Mason McEvoy and Jacob Mendez all delivered hits and scored runs.
Phil's Sliders / Donahue Gallagher Woods, LLP Red Sox, Polly, Scatena, Vasheresse & May, CPA's D'backs: For the Diamondbacks, Anthony Ramirez had two hits and two RBIs, Evelynne Lancaster drove in two runs, and Luca Danzi singled. Defensively, Tyler Donaldson anchored the defense. For the Red Sox, the Schultz brothers Kevin and Nolan both played catcher and turned in solid defense. Zachary Patterson-Golay and Ian Shaw each had two hits.
Central Plumbing Cardinals vs. Farmstead Cheeses & Wines Braves: Keily Wong turned in some great fielding, while Isiah Croxton and Austin Britton both had solid hits for the Cardinals. For the Braves, Samantha Gomez had two big stops on defense and Alex Love played a solid first base. Quincy Diamond and Surina Castro continued to anchor the Braves offense.
Alameda Collision A's vs. United Brokers Real Estate Dodgers: For the A's, Claire Hume led the offense with a line drive into the gap, while Will Merritt anchored the defense.