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Alameda Little League Games to May 20

A full slate of games were played this week

Alameda Little League Games to May 20

MAJORS DIVISION

Eyewise Optometry Athletics 8, David Hung/Medivation Rays 5

The 5/15/12 game wasn’t decided until the 6th inning.  Max Turner, Jackson Ball led the A’s with two hits each and 5 RBIs. Ryan Finer had a double in the 6th with 2 RBIs. 

Adam Bail of the Rays hit a ground rule double that hopped the fence.  Conor Neil and Josh Anders contributed with singles and RBIs.    


Harbor
Bay Realty (Richard Kim) Astros 10, Eyewise Optometry Athletics 7

The Astros were led at the plate by Tristan Wiley and Jordan Kim who each had two hits. Daniel Alvarado and Matteo Ratto each had singles and 2 RBIs. 

Andrew Broz and Ammar Omar of the A’s had two hits each.  Max Turner had a ground rule double that hopped the fence and Isaac Benson a triple.

 
AAA DIVISION

 Litho Process Hooks 13, Feel Good Bakery Iron Pigs 3 

On May 12th, the Iron Pigs had great hitting by David Tuutafaiva, James Kapp and Shane Rafferty. There was also strong pitching by Tristan Good and Megan Ina.

The Hooks offense was paced by Max Davis and Elias Faizi, who were perfect at the plate and combined for 5 RBI.  Hai Huynh connected twice in three at-bats.  Parker Lincoln scored three runs.


Thirsty Bear Brewing Company Redwings 12, Seelenbacher Jewelers Express: 6

A.J. Silberstein and Jackson Rodriguez propelled the Redwings offense on May 12 with stand-up triples, while Ari Burrows was effective both on the mound and at the plate.

For the Express, Isa Salugsugan collected a hit, two runs and an RBI. Will Dodge singled and scored. Ryan Wong, Jack Pace and Sophie Nilsson pitched well. 


Sinead Smythe L.M.F.T. Bees 9, Pappo Mudcats 6
On 5/12, Mudcats Ethan Karp tripled in 3 RBI's. Later, Darren Taira doubled. Christian Collins hit to center, for 1 RBI. 

The Bees' Dallas Rider homered in the 5th. Sean Cook assisted a double play, as pitcher. 


Litho Process Hooks 9, D20 Games River Cats 6

Parker Lincoln (5 RBIs), Neil Donovan, Max Davis and Scott Kelly led the offense with multiple hits. Brian Belt snagged a fly ball in deep center field and a heads-up flip from pitcher Max Nyrop to third baseman Elias Faizi sealed the game for the Hooks.

For the Rivercats, Mark Makashima hit a double. Ethan Maxim pitched an inning without allowing any runs and Matthew Goode drove home a run with his RBI single.


Bladium River Bandits 5, El Agavero Stars 6
Zack Karch scored twice and Davis Stewart had an RBI single. Zia Ahmadzoay added a double in the second inning. Jackson Ade pitched three scoreless innings for the River Bandits.

The Stars' LJ Rose and Tor Angstadt-Leto led the way offensively with 4 combined hits and a game-winning hit by pitch. Elian Pelayo and Jac Hernandez set the tone on the mound with 9 combined strikeouts.


Feel Good Bakery IronPigs 11, El Agavero Stars 15

For the Iron Pigs, Tristan Good and David Tuutafaiva both had 3 RBI triples while George Chabre had a 1 RBI triple. James Kapp made a great catch out in right field to end an inning. And JC Cooke pitched a scoreless 6th on 5/18.

For the Stars, Ryan Silva-Deasy had a good day at the plate, getting his second hit of the season, while LJ Rose and Tor Angstadt-Leto carried the offense with 6 combined hits and 4 RBI's. The Pelayo brothers contributed as well with 4 runs scored between the two of them. 


Feel Good Bakery Iron Pigs 11, El Agavero Stars 8

For the Iron Pigs on 5/19, Shane Rafferty had 2 outstanding hits while Megan Ina had a 2 RBI single. The Pigs executed a game-ending relay at home from fielder Thomas Goodman to short stopTristan Good to catcher Torin Martin who applied the tag at home.

For the Stars, Bowman Roach had great game going 3-3 with 4 stolen bases and 2 runs scored. Elian Pelayo went 2-3 with an RBI double. L.J. Rose went 2-3 with 2 RBI's and Nathan Dudley also had an RBI hit. 

 
D20 Games River Cats 14, Bladium Bandits13

Zack Karch scored four times and hit three singles, including one that scored three runs for the River Bandits. Ryan Floyd  scored twice and Alex Robles scored once and both played outstanding defense.

For the River Cats, Oscar Knox White hit a triple and Marcus Magallanez hit a double. Max Onaga bought home two batters with his RBI single and also scored two times.


Sinead Smythe L.M.F.T. Bees 3, Thirsty Bear Brewing Company Red Wings 5

The Redwings offense was led by Sam Silberstein going 2 for 2 as well as key hits by Edgar Duchesneau and Adrian Yatsko on May 18th.  Ari Burrows and Liam Johnson-Sandoval both made great catches in the outfield.

For the Bees, Hadi Shanaa, Chauncey Villagrana and Andrew Tandoc powered the offense while Sean Cook and Dallas Rider were dominant on the mound.

 
AA DIVISION

 Bowzers Pizza Rockhounds 8, TEC Electric and Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Mudhens 2

RockHound Ben Ratto threw out a runner from deep center field and catcher Joey Green made the tag at the plate, while pitcher Jeriah Lewis struck out 3 of the first 4 batters he faced. Aaron Garcia had 4 strikeouts on the mound and was 2-2 with an RBI.

For the Mudhens, Addison McComas struck out five. Michael Shih hit two doubles.  Nathan Connick caught a fly ball deep in center. Sebastian Hurtubise and Daniel Wolfe made some timely plays in the field. 


Neptune Pearl Knights 9 vs. Alameda Beauty College Hot Rods 9

For the Knights on 5/17, Jason Cibull pitched and hit a triple, Sam Yep pitched in relief and had 2 RBIs, Derek Balaian turned a dazzling double play at second base. Hudson Stebbins made the game-saving double play from left-center to first base to preserve the tie.

The Hot Rods played a equally good game.

 
MXL Commercial Construction Bats 12 vs. SJND & Maus Dental Group Thunder 1

The Thunder offense was lead by Sam Davis with an RBI, along with JD Williams, who lead the team in on-base percentage on 5/16. Evan Hesse struck out the side with stellar pitching. 

For the Bats, Antonio Roblero, Jaden Taylor, Jason Cenidoza and Lukas Mann reached base in every at-bat. Jaden Taylor and Griff Loughran pitched well, striking out every batter they faced.


MXL Commercial Construction Bats 14, McGee’s Bar & Grill Sea Dogs 5

The Sea Dogs' Eric Slez and Bobby Goodman saw the ball well, reaching base in every at-bat. Defensively, Hunter Beales pitched a four-batter inning and Trace Tega made a great catch in left field on 5/19.

The Bats' pitching was excellent, with Jacob Price, Lukas Mann and Griff Loughran each having 1-2-3 innings. Connor Bustos made an accurate play from the catcher's position for an out at second. Cooper Boyle led the offense with a 3-RBI double.


A DIVISION

Dobbs Ferry Restaurant Sand Gnats 14, Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 13

On May 15 Jonathan Schnoebelen smashed a grand-slam home run over the outfield fence to lead the Volcanoes. Mateo Robles had three base hits, and Cuyler Shannon made two clutch defensive plays. 

The Sand Gnats were lead by Aidan Lapachet with 3 RBIs and James Glaviano drove in the final run.


Harbor
Bay Realty (Karin Fox) Lugnuts 19, Little House Cafe Mets 18

For the Lugnuts, Patric Murphy and Nicolas Ignaszewski led the offense. Dillon Stewart led off a forth inning rally with an impressive single and Palani Hennings slammed a HR and a ground rule double. Defensively, Teddy Baldonaldo's heads-up play helped hold the line.

For the Mets, Cohen Ruport, Cosmos Restagno and Zane Bohne led with dependable hitting. Defensively, Cosmos Restagno's catch and Riley McCarter's unassisted double play that ended the 3rd inning kept the game tight.


Endocare Raptors 19, Dobbs Ferry Sand Gnats 11

The Sand Gnats were carried with a key hit by Patrick Baggett and a great force-out by Sam Peterson.

For the Raptors, Tate Johnson hit a 2-run RBI and played solid defense on first base. Ben Garcia also hit a 2-run RBI. Reeth Guha had a 3 for 3 day at the plate, scoring 3 runs.


D. Snyder, Psy.D.  Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 6 vs.
John M. Jameson Constuction Blue Claws 4

On 5/11 Caleb Brownlee and Jack Connolly led the Iron Birds with three hits and several RBIs each. Henry Erwin made a great play in left field.

The Blue Claws played well but the Birds prevailed.


Harbor
Bay Realty (Karin Fox) Lugnuts 18, Parker Orthodontics Muckdogs 4

For the Lugnuts Palani Hennings set the pace at lead-off batter with a solid double. Luis Licea went 3 for 3 and strong base running. Raffie Pelayo made a catch at third to get a key out. Ethan Thomas made a heads-up catch of a foul ball as catcher and made the game ending catch in right field.

The MuckDogs' Miles Taylor and Quinn Rasmussen each had 2 hits in the game. The MuckDogs had nice defense by Jacob Palico. 


UPS Store #0447 (Bayfarm) Owlz 12, Parker Orthodontics MuckDogs 16

The MuckDogs' Jack Obot, Turner Wasson, Akira Tamaoki and Nicholas Robertson all had two hits.

The Owlz' Michael Montez had a strong game at catcher and left center. Jaden Jamula hit out of the infield on two strong hits


Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 10 vs. Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D.  Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 18

For the Volcanoes, Robert Lebbert had a triple and a single, and Zachary Hayward broke out with three base hits on 5/19. Anthony Fortie played great defense at shortstop and had a pair of singles.

For the Iron Birds, Owen Firestone, Teyo Snyder-Aguigui and Johnny Nieters each had four hits and several RBIs. Owen Firestone made an amazing play in center field.


FARM DIVISION

Monkey Bars Twins vs. Shay's Cafe Angels

Sunday, May 13, the Twins were supported by great hitting from Gaius Mann and Viktor Biczynski and a defensive stop by Nathan Long.

For the Angels, Tyler Cole, Sanjay Cordova, Milo Kochevar, and Ziggy Mintz led the offense with multiple hits and RBI’s. Defensively, the Angels completed 3 assists and 7 putouts.


Supercuts Indians vs. Scolari’s Good Eats Phillies

The Indians demonstrated excellent hitting, especially Zackary Williams, Ja'dan Bowman, Anthony Jones and Pablo  Vessali. Strong defensive plays were made by Austin Hensley, Celeste Hurtubise and Cole Aney.  

The Phillies had a strong offensive showing, featuring hits to the outfield by Walker Keating and Nathaniel Basco, a double by Subby Wolff Urzua and a triple by Gabriel Garcia. The Phillies played equally as strongly in the field, with excellent defensive play by Cooper Brotze, Joey Fedor and Diego Palacios.


Blue Dot Cafe Rockies vs. Kelly Lux Insurance Rays

On Sunday, May 20, the Rockies' defense led by Chase VanDerveer at the pitcher's position and Tyler Ray at third base was solid. The Rockies also hit well and showed great hustle, led by Jason Johnston.

The Rays' Jon Jones, Judd Lamar and Mackinley Cho each hit well. Pitchers Kyle Skuta and Damon Smith showed great hustle.


Farm Baseline Designs Cubs vs. Littler Mendleson Diamondbacks

The Cubs were led by strong hitting from Christopher Wooten and Cassie Meyers. Gannon Erickson was solid on the defensive end.

For the Diamondbacks, Bowen Sande made several outstanding plays in the field and had two RBI hits. Christian Chiu had two hits and gave an impressive defensive performance. Tripp Daon made two stops at pitcher and had a pair of hits as well. 


Alameda
Beauty College Rangers vs. SuperCuts Indians

The Rangers had fantastic fielding with Joey Carlise at second and Micah Rezendez at first with a solo put out, then a team-up with the pitcher Tyler Donaldson for 2 put outs at first. Great hitting by Edwin Berg and Maddox McDonald again.

Indians Cole Aney, Xavian Picaso and Jadan Bowen played outstanding defense, each showing solid glove work and assisting with outs. Zack Williams, Anthony Jones and Miranda Massie contributed with hard hitting at the plate.


T-BALL DIVISION

Shooting Stars Photography Reds vs. Frutti Yogi Tigers

On Sunday, May 13, the Reds had lots of strong hitting, including two hits by Pablo Palacios and scorching line drives by Will Merritt and Jack Erwin. Hunter Willett played some nifty first base in the third. The Reds’ real hero was Joe Mainguy, who, after being hit by a ball stayed, in the game to get a double put out defensively and his second solid hit.       

The Tigers were swinging for the fences with great hits from Grey Pipkin, Jacob Muldau, and Adam Sligh, including a bases-clearing smash by Miles Wilson. The Tigers held strong defensively with great fielding by Aiden Benick, Michael Dudzinski, and Ryan Wiley against a very formidable Reds Team.


Alameda
Beauty College Rangers vs. SuperCuts Indians

The Rangers had fantastic fielding with Joey Carlise at second and Micah Rezendez at first with a solo put out, then a team-up with the pitcher Tyler Donaldson for 2 put outs at first. Great hitting by Edwin Berg and Maddox McDonald again.

For the Indians, Cole Aney, Xavian Picaso and Jadan Bowen played outstanding defense, each showing solid glove work and assisting with outs. Zack Williams, Anthony Jones and Miranda Massie contributed with hard hitting at the plate.

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