Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins 12, Becker Media Giants 8 – April 6th
For the Twins, Will Dodge lined a three-run triple, Sophie Nilsson reached base all four times, and AJ Silberstein drew three walks. For the Giants, Jeriah Lewis walked and scored three times, while Ronald Robertson and Ryan Wong combined for 5 RBI.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins 10, Neptune Beach Pearl Pirates 2 – April 8th
For the Twins, KW Quilici, Max Nyrop, Sam Silberstein, and Nathan Westlund each had two hits, while Nyrop and Michael Shih held the Pirates in check. For the Pirates, Patrick Ramos made a diving catch in center, and Chauncey Villagrana and Dallas Rider each ripped a base hit.
Becker Media Giants 6, Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 21 - April 10
For the Sox, Hagos Worrede recorded an RBI with a hit to left. James Kapp almost put a ball over the fence for a double with two RBIs. Wylie Jordan went 4-4 with an RB. For the Giants Matthew Becker and Connor Sparks went 2 for 2 with 2 singles and a walk each.
Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 9, Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 1 - April 13
For the Red Sox Jackson Saulovich hit a 2 RBI triple. Darren Taira pitched, allowing only one earned run and striking out 8 and Scott Kelly scored three runs. For the Dodgers, Connor Bustos had an RBI single and stole a base. Tristan Good pitched 4 strong innings and also hit a double and stole a base.
Pappo Athletics 3, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins 1 – April 15
For the Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins, Max Nyrop homered, doubled, and pitched 5 strong innings, aided by a brilliant 4-6-3 double play turned by Kyle Arndt, KW Quilici, and Sophie Nilsson. For the Pappo Athletics: Joe Depinna pitched 5 and 1/3 impressive innings with 13 strikeouts. Jackson Rodriguez had a single with 2 RBI and Seamus McGuinness had a single with 1 RBI.
Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 8, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins 7 – April 18
For the Red Sox, Vido Ramos and Tomas Dumont each had two hits, Wylie Jordan doubled, Joe Gibbons pitched four strong innings, and Ben Seelenbacher got the save. For the Twins, Max Nyrop doubled and scored twice, Sophie Nilsson pitched three strong innings in relief, and catcher Jonathan Andrews gunned down two base runners.
Glazier-Yee Orioles 21, Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 6 - April 19
Orioles LJ Rose had 5 hits, 4 runs and 4 rbi. Ethan Maxim scored 4 runs on single, a double and two walks and Ari Chertock had 3 runs and 3 rbi on 4 hits. For the Dodgers, Connor Bustos had a double, Kian van der Meer and Cesar Maldonado each hit singles.
Karin Fox Harbor Bay Realty Rivercats 7, Makman & Matz LLP Rattlers 3 - April 7
Rivercats Owen Hess caught a blistering line drive to 2nd base to double up runner on first. For the Rattlers Eli Jones hit his second over the fence home run of the season. Ben Garcia and Tate Johnson also had RBIs.
Johnson & Jolley Orthodontics/Anabiosis CPR/First Aid Training Iron Pigs 8, Encinal Market Hooks 4 - April 7
Iron Pigs Kory Choy closed out the final three outs from the mound. Justin Walker held the Hooks to two runs over three innings and Kyle Spaulding tossed a scoreless two innings. For the Hooks, Jeffrey Hodge held the 'Pigs to 3 runs over three innings and Jacob Price did not allow a run over 2 1/3 with a solid catching performance by Bobby Locklear.
Alameda Pediatric Dentistry Fightin Phils 7, Vator Express 7 - April 12
Mateo Hamilton fueled an Express comeback with a 2-RBI triple, and Curt Hennecke made a great catch on a fly ball for an out. Brandon Souza had a big 2RBI double and also closed the game for the Phils. Aiden Dudley had a big hit and looked great in the field. Jack Connolly also had a great game at the plate.
Little House Café Stars 4, Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Threshers 21 – 4/12
Sam Davis and Owen Firestone led the Threshers offense, each, with four hits and several runs scored. Lucas Pfleuger made several key defensive plays. Justin Leung & Dylan Williams pitched several scoreless innings. Stars Michael Montes and David Costa made good defensive plays.
Johnson & Jolley Orthodontics/Anabiosis CPR/First Aid Training Iron Pigs 14, Little House Cafe Stars 13 - April 13
Iron Pigs Kyle Spaulding (3 hits, 3 RBI’s) singled home Aidan Lapachet for the tie. Kory Choy singled in Luis Licea for the go ahead run. Taniela Moli doubled and Jacob McNamee had 2 hits for 4 RBIs. For the Stars David Costa hit a home run. Rodenet and Gardner tripled, Sharma doubled.
Neptune Beach Pearl Mudcats 9, Vator Express 3 - April 14
Jonathan Schnoebelen pitched three strong innings for the Express, and Nicolas Ignaszewski made a great line-drive catch for an out. Mudcats Griff Laughran hit a two run homer. Jacob Landis had huge catches in center field and Evan Chance made amazing plays at second base.
Shooting Stars Mudhens 3, Baron's Meat and Poultry Dragons 7 - April 10
Mud Hens Jeremias Lopez executed a defensive gem grabbing a hot ground ball at third and firing a laser to first to record the out. Offensively Quentin Moreland went 2 for 2 with 2 RBI's and Zachary Nordberg added an RBI single. Dragon's Evan Green went 2-2. Jeevan Mahl held the Mudhens hitless over one inning and Shaan Castro faced six batters in relief.
Scolari's Good Eats Bats 5, Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Storm 16 – April 12
The Scolari's Good Eats Bats offense was powered by Joey Fedor and Aaron Leung who both had extra base hits. The Bat's defense featured excellent fielding by Jeffery Dabrana and Subby Wolff Urzua and solid pitching by Isaac Yoon. The Storm attack was led by Bowen Sande and Mathew Shih, who each collected three hits and Paul Verdickt and Raffie Pelayo, who each had two hits.
Scolari's Good Eats Bats 5, Alamo Capital Riverdogs 12 – April 15
The Bats offense featured doubles by Jonah Hammond and Aaron Leung and singles by Ahadu Zemenfes and Lucas Holley. The Bat's defense featured excellent putouts by Jacey Canalin and Fionn Meagher and sharp pitching by Isaac Yoon. The Riverdogs were led by Jacob Goodman and Payton Fare both hitting doubles. On defense, Second baseman, Nicholas Robertson was solid with five put outs.
Alameda Theater Bulls 12, Jack's Bar & Restaurant's Thunder 3; April 11
For Thunder, Daniel Velichko hit a single and led a 4-3 double with Nico Araujo. Catcher, Junior Perez had a tag out at home. Liam Sullivan caught a deep fly and hit a single. Bulls players Rex Webber, Nathan King and Mauricio Rosales provided the offensive fire power. Key defensive plays were made by Gabriel Garcia, Edwin Berg and Viktor Biczynski.
Alamo Capital Riverdogs 11, Shooting Star Mudhens 3 – April 18
Riverdogs Kent and Collin Ng each threw two shutout innings. Cooper Gunning and Nathan Kent had doubles and Payton Fare had two singles. For the Mud Hens, Matthew Mainguy's hit a towering 3 run home run.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Storm 9,` Red Onion Rock Hounds 8 – April 19
For the Rock Hounds, Tyler Ray pitched two perfect innings including 4 strike outs. Matthew Lee and Matthew Tarvin each had RBIs to help pace the offense. For the Storm, Bowen Sande had two hits and pitched two scoreless innings. Caleb Brownlee singled to score the tying and winning runs.
Alameda Elks Lodge 1015 Muckdogs 18, Kelly Lux Insurance IronBirds 11 – April 8
The Muckdogs’ Ben Custer and Jazlyn Alcantar came through with clutch hits to drive in three RBI’s. For the Iron Birds Noah Klube hit 3-3 and contributed in three put outs. Dakota Chamberlain had a clutch hit in the 5th to extend a 2 out rally.
Alameda Collision and Repair Lugnuts 21, Parents' Press Mets 5. – April 9
Edison Gould had a solid base hit for the Mets. Defensively, Lucas Glaviano made a fantastic catch in left field. For the Lugnuts, John Mainguy went 4-for-4 with a triple.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 12, Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 13 - April 12
For the Claws, James Alexander knocked out two doubles. On defense, Angus Olaes earned a pair of outs at second. Mateo Leveton was solid at first base. For the Grasshoppers, Maddox McDonald, Kyle Donaldson, Joey Martinez, and Milo Kochevar had strong hits and RBIs. Cyrus Jones and William Hester turned two double plays.
Maureen Shandobil Harbor Bay Realty Raptors 9, Kelly Lux insurance Ironbirds 17 – April 12
Ironbirds Jon Jones, Max Bellotti, Keegan German and Noah Klube showed sure hands and accurate throws on defense. Kelvin Joiner, Jr. smashed two doubles. The Raptors were led by the solid defense and hustle of Sophia Stento and Marco Garcia. Tyler Ma and Santiago Enanoria showed off their hitting skills with two strong hits apiece.
Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 15, Claremont Behavioral Services Owlz 8 – April 13
For the Volcanoes, Isaac Sullivan played an all-around great game while Sam Paskins went 3-3 at the plate and Jack Hume recorded all three outs in the fifth inning. The Owlz had key hits from Mateo Delgado, Will Roizen, Dimitri Dimitrov and a double from Zachary Patterson-Golay.
Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 7, Parents’ Press Mets 6 – April 15
For the Volcanoes, Deven Moore had a great all-around game. Devin Williams played great defense and Finian Depew had a clutch RBI single in the sixth inning. For the Mets, Colin Pero went 3-for-3 and sparked a 3-run rally in the final inning. Defensively, Michael McKean had a good defensive play at second.
Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 22, Kelly Lux Insurance Iron Birds 12 – April 17
For the Grasshoppers, Gregory and Joey Martinez had strong hitting. Micah Rezendez caught a fly ball and turned the double play with William Kelly. For the Iron Birds short stop Aryan Panchal and 2nd baseman Edward Gross combined for two 6-4 putouts. Maxwell Martinez-Lawrence hit a 2 run home run over the center field fence.
Alameda Collision Repair Lugnuts 21, Maureen Shandobil Harbor Bay Realty Raptors 5 – April 18
For the Lugnuts, Tyler Hampton and Sandor Strong both had 3 hits apiece. Joshua Chang helped spark the offense with two singles while John Mainguy hit two doubles. The Raptors were led on defense by the wide range of Shortstop Fernando Lopez and solid catcher play by Noah Barahona. The offense was sparked by a double from Ian Shaw and the hustle of Sophia Stento.
Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 15, Claremont Behavioral Services Owlz 13 – April 19
For the Owlz, Nael Flores and Xavian Picasso made a double play from pitcher to shortstop. Luke Walker went for 3 of 3 and Nolan Shultz went for 2 of 3. For the Grasshoppers, Daniel Hernandez had a strong hit to knock in two RBIs. Micah Rezendez caught a fly ball and turned the double play with William Hester and Cyrus Jones.
Pacific Bay Electric Scrappers Scrappers 6, Blue Dot Cafe Volcanoes 13 – April 19
The Volcanoes were led by outstanding hitting from William Thompson who also recorded an out on a long throw to first from shortstop. Timely hitting and RBI's were provided from Isaac Sullivan and Elliot Cevallos. Scrappers John Jelks III brought great hitting and defense. Anthony Ramirez and Julian Sanchez both contributed RBI's.
Yojimbo Sushi Marlins, Safeway Store Angels - April 12
For the Marlins, Tommy Going and Rowan Stewart had two hits apiece with several RBIs while Jack Rondenet hit a home run. Brennan Pry showed a lot of spirit on offense and defense. For the Angels Samantha Gomez and Hayden Holmgren both recorded force outs with sparkling defensive plays. Sharp hits by Brooke de Haan and Landon Crevani led the Angels offense.
Dragon Rouge Tigers vs. Advisory Consulting Rockies – April 13
For the Tigers Sam Palmer at pitcher made a play to first baseman, Kelvin Stuart, and while at pitcher John Teti made a play to first baseman, Maxwell Stuart. Oskar Jones had a tremendous hit into the outfield for a double. Rockies' Ethan Lim caught a fly in left field and tagged out the runner at 3rd for a double play. Erik Johnson had two blasts down the line for hits while Luke Vegas showed some lightning speed racing around the bases.
Sports Authority Red Sox vs. Baskin-Robbins / Littler Mendelson Cardinals
For the Red Sox, Clara Alexander Kientz went 2 for 2 at the plate and drove in a run. Marco Puertas assisted in 2 outs at first base and Aidan Sloan made a great play at 3rd. Huge hits by Cardinals Tam Pullman-Letourneau and Ryan Graham. Dylan Mann turned two outs at 2nd and Robbie Fintland fielded a double play at pitcher.
MJS Web Solutions Dodgers, Litho Process Athletics – April 13
For the Dodgers, Miles Bayley led the offense with a great hit to second, while Noah Nonato showed hustle in the infield with throws to first baseman Diego Leung. For the A's, MJ Roland lined a shot to the pitcher, Miles Flowers snaked a hit through the infield, and Audrina Garcia beat out an infield hit to first.
Alameda Fix-it Guy Pirates vs. Shooting Stars Phillies - April 13
Ricky de Leon III, Chase Gray, Erik Nettling and Austin Britton played hard, helping the Alameda Fix It Guy Pirates have a successful outing. For the Phillies, John Inocencio played stellar defense in the outfield and infield. Carter Salazar raced home twice to score. Catcher Oliver Freye protected the plate solidly.