Alameda Little League
Glazier-Yee LLLP Orioles 5, Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 4: For the Orioles, Ari Chertock pitched six innings and scored a run. L.J. Rose tripled, singled, and walked, and Antonio Roblero scored the winning run after reaching base on a bunt. For the Dodgers, Ryan Floyd hit a two-run double and Jackson Ade added two hits. Tristan Goode pitched in relief and struck out the side in the fourth.
Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 11, Neptune Beach Pearl Pirates 6: For the Dodgers, Derek Balaian hit a three-run triple and an RBI single for the Dodgers. George Chabre hit a two-run double then scored. Daniel Choi had a single and scored a run.
Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 4, Pappo Restaurants Athletics 1: For the Dodgers, Tristan Good had 17 strikeouts in 52/3 innings. George Chabre hit a two-run single and scored a run, and Derek Balaian hit a double and scored. For the Athletics, Joe Depinna struck out 10. Depinna also hit a solo home run in the fifth. Jackson Barnes and Nick Demmler had the only other hits for the Athletics.
Funtime Photobooth Yankees 8, Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 7: Yankee David Thomas pitched 21/3 innings and racked up five RBIs. Aaron Garcia chipped in with two hits, an RBI, and pitched a scoreless sixth inning to seal the victory. For the Red Sox, Joe Gibbons had three hits and an RBI. Joey Green had a hit, an RBI, and pitched one and two-third scoreless innings.
Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 6, McGuiness and Northridge Marlins 3: For the Dodgers, Malachi Francois hit a two-run double, Connor Bustos singled and scored, and Derek Balaian doubled and made a diving catch. Marlins Edgar Duchesneau doubled and scored on a single by Trace Tega.
Karin Fox Harbor Bay Realty Rivercats 8, Vator Express 7: Alex Delao pitched three shutout innings for the Rivercats, and catcher Evan Hesse made a great throw to catch a runner off first base. For the Express, Sam Yep had a two-run double and made two big defensive plays. Oisin Boyle threw a strike from third to beat out a runner at first.
Karin Fox, Harbor Bay Realty Rivercats 11, Craft Beer & Wine Red Wings 4: For the Red Wings, Aidan Gleason hit the team's first in the park home run. Christopher Schaefer pitched two strong innings, recording four strikeouts and catching a pop fly. Cian Putterman made a great catch on a long high fly ball to left.
CRAFT Beer & Wine Red Wings 6, Makman & Matz LLP Rattlers 5: The Rattlers' Eli Jones hit a two-run home run in the top of the fifth inning. For the Red Wings, Aidan Gleason made his pitching debut, holding the Rattlers to one run through the first two innings. Joshua Blackman saved two runs by fielding a hard ground ball at second. In the bottom of the sixth, Quinn Rasmussen hit a walk-off triple.
Alameda Theater Bulls 11, TMS Automotive Sea Dogs 10: The Bulls' Ryan Hand had two hits and six RBIs. Sage Roy-Burman pitched two and one-third innings with five strikeouts.
Alameda Natural Grocery Bees 11, Alameda Theater Bulls 2: Elias Padilla led the Bees offense with two base hits and two RBIs. Bilal Abraham's defense backed up a stellar pitching performance by Nicholas Dunwood Jr. Abraham also collected two hits, a walk and an RBI. The Bulls pitching staff contributed mightly, lead by Liam McNeil, Gabriel Garcia and Nathan King.
Alameda Theater Bulls 12, Parker and Sears Orthodontics Hot Rods 4: Bulls offense was paced by doubles from David Gibbs (3 RBIs) and Ryan Hand (2 RBIs) . Solid defense was turned in by Rex Weber, Maurico Rosales and Sage Roy-Burman contributed with key put-outs during the game.
Alameda Natural Grocery Bees 12, Jack's Bar & Restaurant Thunder 9: For the Thunder, Junior Perez hit a two-run single. Jack Marcovici and Ryan Cheng registered a 4-3 put-out, while Ty Menze singled and stole three bases to score a run. For the Bees, Chello Anderson Jr. contributed three hits and John Marshall drove in several runs. Owen Sacco saved a run with a nice play at third.
Shooting Stars Mud Hens 9, Red Onion Rock Hounds 6: For the Rock Hounds, Oscar Crane, Haileen Jaramillo, Hugh Saulsbury and Matthew Folsom had RBIs. Colby Okazaki pitched well and struck out four batters in two innings. Quentin Moreland pitched two scoreless innings for the Mud Hens. Cooper Smolin went 3 for 4, including four RBIs and also pitched a shutout sixth inning to secure the win.
Baron's Eats Dragons 11, Alameda Theater Bulls 7: The Dragons' Demetrius Gates hit an two-run double in the first inning that plated David Song and Jimmy Netherton. Diego Palacios hit a sacrifice grounder that scored Joaquin Palacios. For the Bulls, Rex Weber and Victor Bicynski each turned in strong defensive plays, while David Gibbs recorded two outs at the plate. Benji Terry, Ryan Hand and Edwin Berg drew key walks.
Alamo Capital River Dogs 8, Alameda Natural Grocery Bees 3: For the Riverdogs, Nick Robertson hit a two-run double and Copper Gunning added an RBI single. Nathan Yoo, and Collin Ng each pitched two strong innings, giving up one run apiece. For the Bees, Jaden Jamula impacted the game, stealing third base on a close play. John Marshall had a strong outing on the mound, and Dylan McGrew's base hit plated O.B. Van Wijk.
Jack's Bar & Restaurant Thunder 5, Baron's Meat & Poultry Dragons 2: Thunder's Kai Shimp recorded two put-outs and reached base on a line-drive single. Daniel Velichko threw an 11-pitch shutout inning and combined with Liam Sullivan for an out at third. Catcher Junior Perez also tagged out a runner at home. The Dragons' Evan Green had two doubles and three consecutive strikeouts on the mound. Lee John Majerus turned in a play at third that held the Thunder scoreless in the second. Diego Palacios saved two runs with stellar plays in the field.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 14, Pacific Bay Electric Scrappers 10: For the Claws, Mick Goddard, Taeo Manzano, Jackson Walker, Mateo Leveton, and Marcelo Quirk hit three singles each. Makana Berzabal was solid at second base, while Hudson Taylor and Ryan Liu combined for a double play. For the Scrappers, Anders Vieaux singled and Jackson Yep doubled. Isaiah Dumont, Dasan Aguilera, and Adam Sligh drove in runs.
Claremont Behavioral Services Owlz 1, Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 0: The Owlz' Nolan Shultz hit a single, while Luke Walker turned in a strong defensive game. Mateo Delgado drove in the winning run with a base hit. For the Blue Claws, Angus Olaes, Hudson Taylor and Taeo Manzano led the defense. Emmanuel Ezirim and Makana Berzabal added singles.
Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 22, Maureen Shandobil Harbor Bay Realty Raptors 2: The Volcanoes' Isaac Sullivan had two solid hits while Erik Soltero and Jack Hume both went 4 for 4. For the Raptors, Ian Shaw and Sophia Stento recorded put outs. Tyler Ma and Kyle Moe paced the offense with several base hits.
Parent's Press Mets 7, King of Thai Noodle House Tincaps 5: For the Tincaps, Jack Carlisle, Archer Hilsabeck and Keanu Hennings each made unassisted outs. Shortstop Ziggy Mintz made an excellent catch and Luca Danzi tagged out a runner to end an inning. For the Mets, Ryan Nguyen and Logan Faire both went 3 for 3, while Max Cohen and Blake Friedman anchored the defense.
Kelly Lux Insurance Iron Birds 24, Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 24: For the Volcanoes, Jack Kenny hit a single, a double, and turned in several defensive plays, while Preston Decourcey and Sam Paskins both went 4 for 4. For the Ironbirds, Keegan German tripled and played solid defense at first base. Aryan Panchal and Dakota Chamberlain had strong infield throws.
Parents' Press Mets 16, Maureen Shandobil Harbor Bay Realty Raptors 5: For the Mets, Jeremy Harris and Amy Screechfield led the offense with multiple hits. Defensively, Colin Pero snagged a hard-hit ball at first. For the Raptors, Cole Aney hit a triple, while Marco Garcia and Avery Steuer added doubles.
Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 15, Kelly Lux Insurance Iron Birds 9: For the Volcanoes, William Thompson led the defense and contributed two hits. Deven Moore added two hits and Devin Williams had three. For the Ironbirds, first baseman Kyle Skuta handled all three outs in the fifth, while Jon Jones and Kelvin Joiner, Jr. stretched out base hits with aggressive baserunning.
The Claremont Behavioral Services Owlz 8, Alameda Collision and Repair's Lugnuts 9: For the Owlz, Nael Flores and Xavian Picaso led the offense with base hits, while Eli Slez showed off solid glovework. For the Lugnuts, John Mainguy hit three doubles, and Matthew Marx added three hits, and Jacob Hodges plated the winning run with a single.
Yojimbo Marlins vs. Ocean's Halo Twins: Connor MacDonald led the Marlins' offense with two hits and aggressive base running. Ezekiel Lee made several key plays at pitcher. For the Twins, Merrick Tarver started the hit parade in the first, while Corwyn Reilly followed with two hits.
Alameda Collision Giants vs. Baskin Robbins-Littler Cardinals: For the Giants, Kailer Stone and Kathryn Gille each had two base hits and Madina Ahmadzoay turned in great defense at shortstop. Pitcher Bryson Edwards made several tough catches on the mound.
TMS Automotive Yankees vs. German Auto Mariners: For the Mariners, Parker Johnston made several strong throws to first base. Toby Keiser went 2 for 2, and Jack Gonzalez hit a rocket up the middle to end the game. The Yankees' Lukas Simcox and Phoenix Ramirez made great defensive plays.
Alameda Collision & Repair Giants vs. Guaranteed Rate Orioles: For the Orioles, Evan Furuichi led the offense with a two-run single, while Christian DeGuzman and Alexander Htoo both scored twice. Julius Cenidoza displayed great hustle in the outfield.
Baskin-Robbins-Littler Mendelson Cardinals vs. Kapowich Real Estate White Sox: Terrific Cardinal defense was turned in by Toby Schrager and Emerson DeCourcy. Jaren Beene hit a triple and Dylan Mann added a single to lead the offense. For the White Sox, Jacob Song and Jace Johnson played strong defense, and Ian Attaway, Milo Meuser, Matthew Vuorenma, and Hayden Fong contributed hits.
Yojimbo Mets, Torrey Pines Bank Cardinals: For the Mets, Makana Baker reached base with the first hit of the game and was plated by Dahlia Smith's single. The Cardinals were led by Tyler Long and Gabriel Gerhard.
Shooting Stars Phillies vs. Litho Process A's: For the Phillies, pitcher Ardarius Gates played great defense and outfielder Ivy Clevenger backed her up with a strong throw to home. Shilo Pierce led the offense with aggressive base running. For the A's, Tommy Aleman snagged a hard-hit ball and threw to Kirk Humbles for an out at first. Luka Horvat had a home run in the first inning.
MJS Web Solutions Dodgers vs. Cerda-Zein Real Estate Cubs: Liam Brownlee and Miles Lum turned in strong defense for the Dodgers and Grady Fedewa and Salvador Nava-Leyva paced the offense with hits. Garrett Boone, Roman Funes Takhtamanov, Brandon Ng, and Om Mahalingam all had key hits for the Cubs.