Pleasanton Girls Softball League
Major Black Division
Baron's Jewelers 7, Hopyard Alehouse 6: Baron's Jewelers edged out a win over Hopyard Alehouse on the strength of contributions from Lauren Hermes (2 1B, 2 RBI), Vanessa Zapata (3 BB, 2 R) and Nikki Thornton (2B). Hopyard Alehouse was led by Courtney Beaudin (1B, R, 2 RBI), Hannah Haynie (2 for 2, R, RBI) and Hannah Schott (1 for 2, R).
Amador Valley Optometry 12, Hopyard Alehouse 10: For Amador Valley Optometry,
pitcher Jaylah Abello had a three-up and three-down first inning. Jorie Fanfa (1B, 2 2B, 3 RBI) and Michaela Cabral (2 1B, 2B, 3 RBI) led the offensive attack. For Hopyard Alehouse, Hannah Brown and Aniza Munoz both hit singles and doubles.
Baron's Jewelers 15, Amador Valley Optometry 1: For Baron's Jewelers, Sydney West pitched a complete game and allowed just one run in the final inning. Natalie Tarantino and Abby Fried both went 2 for 3 to lead the offense. For Amador Valley, Brenna Adams, Amber Doyle, and Aliya Lubrin were the top players.
Major Teal Division
RBP Consulting 10, Central Painting Company 9: For Central Painting Company, catcher Halle Hershon and outfielder Jillian Witt anchored the defense, while Alyssa Crumrine hit a key double. For RBP Consulting, Gilia Lyon drove in multiple runs and Maddie Rovira contributed multiple hits. Shauna McMeekin caught two fly balls in the outfield to end the game.
Minor Black Division
Protein Simple 14, Securities America 4: For Protein Simple, several players contributed to the team's win including: Daylin Williams, Valeria Torres-Colon, Rachel Singh, Kristen Gonzales, Amanda Mero, Meghann Klein and Alejandra McElroy. For Securities America, Hannah Kramer, Cameron Perez and Kannon Phipps were top players.
Protein Simple 9, Big Picture Creative 9: Julia Novi was strong in the circle for Protein Simple. Isabella Restani relieved Novi and was backed with solid defense from Williams. Offensively, Meghann Klein, Emily Gossett, Mero, McElroy, Torres-Colon and Williams all contributed key hits. For Big Picture Creative, Hailey Hayes and Kayla Gregory hit doubles and Samantha O'Brien scored a run with aggressive base running.
Mini Teal Division
Trinity Lutheran Church 10, Bentek Solar 2: For Trinity Lutheran Church, Dana Chabrier sparked the offense, while Masynne Mendes and Megan Schuerlein anchored the defense with strong pitching and fielding. For Bentek Solar, Lexi Valentine paced the offense while Deja Clark and Beth Earle turned in strong defensive performances.
WomanInjuredAtWork.com 5, Hyatt House Pleasanton 4: Julia Thomas led Hyatt House Pleasanton to an early lead with two run-scoring singles. Kaylee Bulat stole a base after dropping down a well-placed bunt. Ellie McElroy pitched well and struck out multiple batters. For WomanInjuredAtWork.com, Valerie McKeever led the offense, while Bayleigh Baldwin anchored the defense. Andrea Harding drove in the game-winning run and made several tough outs a first base to earn 'Star of the Game' honors.
Association Management Solutions 10, Logo Boss Sharks 4: Minami Smallheiser hit two key doubles that plated multiple runs to lead Association Management Solutions. Katie Jones and Emily Sanchez also drove in several runs. For Logo Boss Sharks, Alex Jagoe turned in several nice plays in the field, while Peyton Williams and Abbey Heinemann paced the offense.
Bentek Solar 6, Association Management Solutions 5: For Management Solutions, Isabella Damaser made an unassisted double play, while pitcher Adrianna Martinez and catcher Kristina Cuevas kept the game close. For Bentek Solar, Lexi Valentine pitched well and was backed up with solid defense by Nycole Baker and Annika Jernstedt.
Trinity Lutheran Church 7, Kaelin Construction, Inc. 4: Top players for Trinity Lutheran Church were Hannah Deckinger, Emma Reddy and Alex Stokoe. For Kaelin Construction, Jordan Lederer, Yolanda Mora and Kaylie Yunker were the top players.
Summit Financial 5, SENS Research Foundation 3: For Summit Financial, pitcher Paige Bennett closed out the game was a strong performance and was backed with strong defense by Ashlynn O'Nesky, who made a great play at third base. Jessica Lund paced the offense with a clutch hit. The SENS Research Foundation offense was led by Megan Berschens (3 for 3) and Emily Holling (2 for 2). Caitlyn Sinclair added a base hit and made a nice play for an out at second base.
Leslie Wolf State Farm 5, SENS Research Foundation 3: SENS Research Foundation were led by Morgan Wescott (2 for 2) and Natalie Maedler (1B, 2B). Emma Studdard anchored the defense with a strong game behind the plate.
Mini Black Division
Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips and Popcorn 10, California Business Technology 1: For Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips, Ella Murchison earned the win and pitched two scoreless innings with four strikeouts. Sophie Youngbird snagged a tough line drive and tagged out a runner at home plate. Sammy Riter also tagged out a runner and caught a fly ball at third, in addition to a key base hit. For California Business Technology, Ella Piergrossi turned in solid defense and recorded multiple putouts. Ava Haubner caught a fly ball at shortstop, and threw out a runner with a strong throw from third base. Olivia DeLong scored the team's lone run.
California Business Technology 5, RBP Consulting 4: For California Business Technology, pitcher Rachel Tanis struck out 14 batters in five innings of work. Kate Sanders led the offense with three hits, including two RBIs. Payton Limkakeng also had a multi-hit game, including an RBI single. For RBP Consulting, Katie and Natalie O'Sullivan played strong defense to keep the game close. Kim Ebbers paced the offense with a two-run single to left field.
Micro Teal Division
Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors vs. Active Family Magazine: For Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors, Zoey Esquivel and Ailana Frey combined for multiple outs in the field, while catcher Kiera Searwar tagged out a runner at the plate. Top players for Active Family Magazine were Sydney Queen , Bella Vollgraf and Emma Vollgraf.
On April 12, the Pleasanton Seahawks girls 11-12 relay team of Caroline Eckel, Emily Claredge, Miranda Heckman, and Claire Suen broke two Pacific Swimming Records at the Short Course Far Western Meet held in Moraga . The girls dominated in the 200 freestyle relay (1 minute, 39.58 seconds) and 400 freestyle relay (3:39.49).
Tumbling and Trampoline
Livermore's Springtime Tumbling and Trampoline team traveled to Reno, Nevada on the weekend of March 29-30 to compete in the Go for the Gold Invitational. Springtime brought home 24 gold medals, 18 silver medals, and 12 bronze medals. They will compete next in the Vargas Invitational in Scotts Valley.
(Springtime gymnasts results)
Boys 8U -- Level 4: Sammy Ahner 21.9/2nd
Boys 11-12 -- Level 6: Darby Culver 23.2/2nd; Level 7: Timothy Chan 22.8/3rd
Boys All-Ages -- Level 8: Jelani Roberson 54.5/1st, David Davisson 53.6/2nd, Nicolai Petersen 52.8/3rd, Nicholas Chan 52.7/4th; Level 9: Nick Francken 55.0/1st; Level 10: Robathan Harries 58.5/2nd
Youth Elite: Ruben Padilla 65.2/1st
Girls 9-10 -- Level 5: Nicole Wong 24.5/1st; Level 6: Emma Petersen 25.8/1st
Girls 11-12 -- Level 5: Deanna Chang 24.6/3rd; Level 6: Dawn Powell 24.0/4th; Level 7: Megan Wong 25.5/2nd, Kaitlyn Firestone 24.5/3rd
Girls 13-14 -- Level 5: Zoe Harries 24.3/1st; Level 6: Colleen McCandless 22.6/3rd
Girls All-Ages -- Level 8: Hannah Crosby 51.5/3rd, Megan Contarciego 45.9/5th; Level 9: Kaitlyn Clevenger 58.0/1st, Kendall Aasen 52.1/4th; Level 10: Delaney Foote 59.1/1st
Boys 8U -- Level 4: Sammy Ahner 55.6/1st
Boys 11-12 -- Level 6: Darby Culver 54.2/2nd; Level 7: Timothy Chan 56.5/2nd
Boys All-Ages -- Level 8: Jelani Roberson 60.9/1st, David Davisson 60.5/2nd, Nicholas Chan 60.4/3rd, Nicolai Petersen 60.0/4th; Level 9: Nick Francken 61.5/2nd, Robathan Harries 60.9/3rd; Level 10: Ruben Padilla 67.1/1st
Girls 9-10 -- Level 5: Nicole Wong 56.3/2nd; Level 6: Emma Petersen 56.3/1st
Girls 11-12 -- Level 5: Deanna Chang 56.8/4th; Level 6: Dawn Powell 55.8/3rd; Level 7: Megan Wong 57.2/1st, Kaitlyn Firestone 56.6/4th
Girls 13-14 -- Level 5: Zoe Harries 56.9/1st; Level 6: Colleen McCandless 55.4/2nd
Girls All-Ages -- Level 8: Kaitlyn Clevenger 61.2/1st, Hannah Crosby 58.9/4th, Megan Contarciego 57.5/7th; Level 9: Delaney Foote 63.2/1st, Kendall Aasen 59.0/4th
Boys 8U -- Level 3: Sammy Ahner 51.0/2nd
Boys 11-12 -- Level 3: Darby Culver 51.3/1st; Level 5: Timothy Chan 54.6/1st
Boys All-Ages -- Level 5: David Davisson 53.1/1st; Level 6: Nicolai Petersen 51.5/1st, Nicholas Chan 50.5/2nd; Level 7: Jelani Roberson 53.3/3rd, Nick Francken 52.2/4th
Girls 9-10 -- Level 4: Emma Petersen 55.8/1st; Nicole Wong 55.3/1st
Girls 11-12 -- Level 3: Dawn Powell 44.9/2nd; Level 5: Deanna Chang 53.2/2nd; Level 6: Megan Wong 54.9/2nd, Kaitlyn Firestone 49.4/6th
Girls 13-14 -- Level 3: Zoe Harries 51.8/2nd; Level 4: Colleen McCandless 53.5/3rd
Girls All-Ages -- Level 6: Hannah Crosby 51.6/1st, Megan Contarciego 45.9/2nd; Level 7: Kaitlyn Clevenger 50.2/3rd; Level 8: Kendall Aasen 53.8/1st