NOLL/SOLL

Majors Division

Pirates 4 at Marlins 2: Doubles by J.D. Klopotowski, Kevin Hillesland and Sandler Douglas paced the Pirates offense. The Marlins brought the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the sixth, but Jack McColm DeJong's line drive was snared by Cameron Bonzell to end the game. The Pirates' Dylan Moore struck out five in two and a third scoreless innings .

Royals 13, Rays 6: The Rays took an early lead thanks to a two-run single by Luke Franco, but the Royals battled back for the win. Liam Rizzo, Gabe Matta, and Sammy Heinz each had RBI doubles, and Rizzo pitched the ¬nal two scoreless innings to lead the Royals. Ben Rapson pitched three solid three innings, while Theo Zarobell and Alex Arriola added hits for the Royals.

Red Sox 5, Rockies 3: Red Sox spread pitchers Heron Johnson-Vigeant, Tyler Hunter, Satchel Martin, Liam Swearengen and Conner Hill limited the Rockies to just five hits. Meanwhile, the Sox got clutch hits from Jonathan Wang, Martin, and Naeem Broxton. The Rockies had solid pitching efforts from Ben Morgan, Harper Eden, and Jack Ellis.

Pirates 8, Marlins 7: The Marlins took a four-run lead after Antonyo Todd's solo home run, but Austin Gath's bases-loaded triple completed a five-run Pirates walk-off victory. For the Pirates, J.D. Klopotowski hit a two-run homer, and teammates Rieth Collard and Tyson Howard loaded the bases for Gath. Collard pitched well for the Pirates, who earlier turned a 4-6-3 double play which ended a rally.


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Cubs 5, Giants 4: The Cubs used five pitchers and turned in great defense to secure a come-from-behind victory. Lucca Cost went 2 for 3, including the go-ahead RBI in the sixth inning. For the Giants, Lanie Goldberg drove in two runs on a double, while Matthew Drake and Rudy Broome also contributed doubles.

Marlins 8, Red Sox 3: The Marlins rode six outstanding innings of pitching from Aidan Young to a victory over the Red Sox. Young mixed up his pitches which kept the Red Sox batters off-balance throughout the game.

Rockies 9, Blue Jays 4: The Rockies defeated the Blue Jays with a six-run rally in the 5th inning. The Rockies' Ben Morgan pitched three strong innings while Dashiell Tillery, Dominic Sykes, and Nick Wrubel backed him up with strong defense. The Jays scored when Max Davidoff and Cole Dupee started off the fifth inning with back-to-back hits. Aidan Weinstein went 2 for 3 at the plate and contributed a solid game at catcher.

Tigers 10, Nationals 8: For the Tigers, Anand Mehta's three-run triple and Miles Hickey's single forced extra innings. The Tigers took the lead for good in the seventh inning, thanks to a two-run double by Hickey and a two-run single by Mehta. The defense was paced with strong pitching from Mason Leonard and solid defense behind the plate from Saef Elbgal. The Nationals were led by Will Hebert and Lucas Figueroa.

Giants 10, A's 2: For the Giants, Lanie Goldberg belted her ¬rst home run of the season and pitched two strong innings. Ethan Schnetz and Andrew Hutton both hit doubles and pitched scoreless frames. The Giants defense was excellent, led by Joseph Picchi and Blaine French. The A's had solid pitching from Mattias Limon and Alex George. George also hit a double and Noah Zirkle went 2 for 2.

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8U Division

Riveters 16, Purple Thunder 10: For the Riveters, Zoe Hindman pitched two innings, giving up no hits and striking out five. Maddy Jones relieved Hindman for the final two innings. The Thunders' Adamaris Cisneros and Mckenna Lewis, and Riveters Blaise Harrison, Sofia Staley and Selah Gregory all contributed singles.

10U Division

Purple Thunder 12, Girls on Fire 10: For the Thunder, pitcher's Maya Mehta, Ciara Cafaro-Mirviss and Kendall Maurer did an outstanding job and backed by defensive plays by Miriam Lerner, Maggie Maurer, Shelby Patterson, Reese Villazor and Mckenna Lewis. Aggressive base-running by Alana Berger Moodie, Adamaris Cisneros, Alice McCullough, Liv Catalano, Carolina Martinic, Allison Flint and Olivia Goodsell helped seal the win. Cirara Cafaro-Mirviss earned the game ball for her contributions on offense and defense.

12U-14U Division

Rage 17, Bringin' Tha Thundah! 5: The Rage secured the victory behind stellar pitching from Ava Osborne and Ellie Novogradic. The Rage offense was led by Samantha Patterson-Kohout who hit a grand slam in the second inning. Essenia Robinson, Atiya Whitfield and Bryanna Perez each scored twice, while Grace Goodsell added multiple hits. For the Thundah, Annika Garrett singled, drove in two runs, and stole three bases. Holly Henderlite also drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single.