Pleasanton Girls Softball League
Major Black Division
Hopyard Alehouse 11, Baron's Jewelers 8: Courtney Beaudin drove in three runs on back-to-back doubles in Hopyard's win. Hannah Schott scored three runs, Olivia McGee added two hits, and Claire Armstrong delivered a three-run double to seal the game. McGee pitched well in relief. For Baron's Jewelers, Nikki Thornton led the offense with three hits, and Halle Uhl added an RBI double, and Kirsten Sigua and Syd West had two hits each.
Major Teal Division
Blueline 12, Central Painting 4: For Blueline, Kennedy Scoffield went 2 for 2 with a run and two RBIs. Scoffield also had a key inning-ending catch in left field in the second inning. Carly Rose Recupero also pitched two solid innings in relief, and worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the second. Recupero added an RBI single, and Erika Marts went 2 for 2 with two runs scored. For Central Painting, Jasmine Ramirez led the offense with two hits, and Alyssa Crumrine and Jillian Witt anchored the defense.
Minor Black Division
Hopyard Alehouse 8, Protein Simple 7: Emily Gossett led the Portein Simple offense and was very disciplined in the box. Meghann Klein and Valeria Torres-Colon drove in several runs and A.J. Molina contributed a clutch two-run single to tie the game 7-7. The defense was anchored by pitchers Isabelle Restani, Amanda Mero and Meghann Klein. For Hopyard Alehouse, Amanda Engle hustled to catch a fly ball in foul territory, and Molly Perez also made a tough catch on a foul ball. Perez also contributed a two-run single, and Caelin Cavanaugh aded two base hits.
Minor Teal Division
Trinity Lutheran Church 13, Association Management Solutions 3: Association Management Solutions played well with big hits from Eleanor McCarthy. Cynthia Arriaga pitched a great game with many strikeouts and made a hit for an RBI. Isabella Damaser had a great night with big RBI hits and caught two pop-ups for outs. Trinity Lutheran Church played a super game, with Kayla Gonzaga excelling on defense. Maci Briggs had big hits, and Megan Schuerlein delivered great pitching.
Top Players: Association Management Solutions - Cynthia Arriaga, Isabella Damaser, Eleanor McCarthy; Trinity Lutheran Church - Maci Briggs, Kayla Gonzaga, Megan Schuerlein
Association Management Solutions 11, Hyatt House Pleasanton 4: Hyatt House Pleasanton had timely hitting by Emily Harmon and Ellie McElroy. Pitcher Hannah Loeffler anchored the defense and struck out several batters. For Association Management Solutions, Luciana Garcia and Jacqueline Harris combined for three RBIs and Chloe Vancura turned in several nice defensive plays.
WomanInjuredAtWork.com 8, Kaelin Construction, Inc. 5: For WomanInjuredAtWork.com, Sammie Gray and Andrea Harding led the offense and pitcher Sophie Mansoor was strong. For Kaelin Construction Inc., Corey Timby had an RBI, Aoife Kennedy had a base hit, and Rebecca Stumbo played good defense.
Mini Black Division
California Business Technologies 10, Kota Networks 5: Sammie Madsen led California Business Technologies with two two-run singles, a double and a sacrifice. Haley Simons contributed a base hit and solid defense, and Ella Andrews scored the final run with an elusive slide at the plate. For Kota Networks, Andrea Gregory pitched well and added an RBI single. Alyssa Reiner drove in two runs, and Olivia Fragomeli made a strong throw to first for a key out.
California Business Technologies 11, RBP Consulting 10: California Business Technologies rallied for a win. Sammie Madsen (2 for 3, 2B, 2 R), Kelly Fietz (2B, 2 RBI), Ella Andrews (1B, R) and Rachel Tanis (2 R) provided the offense. RBP Consulting was led by Natalie O'Sullivan (1B, 2 R), Mackensey Klein (1B, RBI) and Mason Hekl (2 1B).
Mini Teal Division
Kids and Teens World 3, Sens Research 0: For Kids and Teens World, Maddie Cheung (1 for 2, R) hit well and made two outs in the field. Liz Danielson (2 for 2, RBI) also hit well and played solid defense at first base, while Kara Fitzsimmons added a single and caught the final out to end the game. For Sens Research, Ava Choudhry and Shayla Valenzuela sparked the defense with several outstanding plays, and pitcher Kyleigh Leung kept the game close and struck out the side in the second.
Vagaro 2, Sens Research Foundation 1: Sens Research Foundation jumped out to an early lead, but Vagaro rallied to tie the game and won in the final inning. For Sens Research Foundation, Jordyn Scanlon pitched a great game and was backed by solid defense from catcher Caitlyn Sinclair. Morgan Westcott smacked a double and scored a run to pace the offense. For Vagaro, Peyton Boone and Chloe Felbinger were dominant on the mound. Natasha Hicks used her speed to get a single and anchor the defense in the outfield.
Westcott Vagaro 7, Leslie Wolf State Farm 1 For Leslie Wolfe State Farm, Soha Ahmad led the offense with two hits to the outfield. Pitcher Emily Simon fielded a tricky hop off the mound and made a strong throw to Alexia Garcia for a key out.
Sens Research Foundation 8, Handles Gastropub 2: Sens Research Foundation was led by Samaan Beliakoff, who pitched a great game. Megan Berschens went 2 for 2 and scored twice. Catcher Morgan Wescott also went 2 for 2 with a double and two runs. For Handles Gastropub, Sydney Voorhees went 3 for 3 and scored a run, while Amya Menninti and Sanika Nenardkar both added two hits and scored a run.
Micro Teal Divsion
Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors vs. Land Home Financial: Aliyah Armendariz and Abby Harmon anchored the defense, while Tenaya Barrett paced the offense with a solid base hit to left field.
For Land Home Financial, Ella Green, Paige O'Brien and Sydney Stark were top players.
Active Family vs. Richert Lumber: For Active Family, top players were Hailey Morec, Abbey Palmer and Ava Vollgraf. For Richert Lumber, Isabella Beatty, Lydia Frey and Katie Musil were top players.
Uncle Credit Union vs. 4LEAF, Inc.: For Uncle Credit Union, Rhianna Camara, Elah Case and Thea DeGroot were top players.
Note: Pleasanton Phantom Girls Softball League will vote for its 2015 Executive Board of Directors on May 10. Names of nominees will be presented to the current Board of Directors, and voting ballots will be available from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Pleasanton Sportspark, next to the Snack Bar by GSB 7. All adults 18 years of age and older who are associated with the League (i.e. player parents, coaches, board members) are eligible to vote.