Little League roundup
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Scotts Valley Little League

 

AAA Division

 

Tigers 14, Braves 7

 

The Tigers got a strong outing from Connor Schelstraete who allowed two runs and

 

struck out eight in three innings of relief. Jonny Nava-Campos had a 2-run double and

 

Ryan Harris, Niccolo Petrini, and Lance Ultsch all doubled.

 

Braves’ pitchers Alex Sherman, Jack Matty, and Cole Kendall combined for 10 strikeouts

 

while Conor McEntee went 2-for-2 with a double and a single and Jack Matty and Nolan

 

Owens each had two singles.

 

AA Division

 

Knights 8, Thunder 4

 

For the Knights, Jake Grasso was 3-for-3 and Blake La Rivière went 2-for-3.

 

Saashin Subramaniam was 3-for-3 with two doubles, Dhruv Shetty was 2-for-2 and

 

scored a run and Marshall Fiorita was 2-for-3, with a double and scored two runs for the

 

Thunder.

 

Majors Division

 

Padres 3, Phillies 2

 

Down by two runs with two runners on and two outs in the bottom of the seventh, Andres

 

Torres hit a walk-off home run to give the Padres a 3-2 win in extras.

 

In the top of the seventh, Garrett Hormel had hit a 2-run homer to right-center to give the

 

Phillies a 2-0 lead.

 

Bryce Clark and Zach Snider pitched for the Padres and Ryan Bariteau for the Phillies.

 

The teams combined for nine hits in the game. Clark struck out nine over 4-plus innings

 

and Snider struck out seven over the remainder of the game. Bariteau struck out eight and

 

walked none during six innings of work.

 

A’s 5, Phillies 1

 

A’s pitchers Philip Garrison and E.J Bright scattered five hits over six innings and struck

 

out 11 in the win. Garrison also had two hits, thee RBIs and two runs, while Bright added

 

two singles. Zephyr Christensen doubled, singled and scored two runs for the A’s.

 

Ryan Bariteau hit a solo home run in the sixth for the Phillies lone run. Erik Olson

 

pitched all five innings for the Phillies, with only two of the A’s runs being earned.

 

San Lorenzo Valley Little League

 

Majors Division

 

Red Sox 18, Orioles 11

 

For the Sox, Terry Mirande had a 2-run double, Steven Markey doubled and scored twice

 

and Chris Markey had an RBI single.

 

For the Orioles, Cody Edgemon had a grand slam that brought in Owen Andrews, Colyn

 

Salcido and Gabe Michaud while RJ Kindred had three hits and a walk, but was stranded

 

all four times.

 

Nationals 10, Red Sox 9

 

The Nationals scored nine runs in the first inning with Reese Castagna, Jaden Swanson,

 

Hagen Warner, Xander Krikke all contributing to the rally. The Red Sox tied this game

 

in the fourth, by scoring six. Davey George singled, Mason Cada doubled, and Trent

 

Hopping singled as part of their rally. Swanson pitched the final 2 2/3 to hold the Sox and

 

he scored the go-ahead run in the fifth when Aidan Callahan doubled him home.

 

Rangers 13 Orioles 8

 

Christian Carney, Quinn Hite, and Isaac Wallace-Menge pitched for the Rangers and

 

Jacob Auldridge doubled, followed by singles by Carney and Hite to spark a first-inning

 

rally. Shay Monowitz, Kaleb Hedstrom and Dakota Estes all added hits for the Rangers.

 

For the Orioles Collin Manley and Owen Andrews had RBI singles and Gabe Michaud

 

tripled in Colyn Slacido who went 3-for-3.

 

Nationals 19, Orioles 7

 

Aidan Callahan had three extra base hits and five RBIs and Jaden Swanson had four

 

doubles and scored four runs to lead the Nat’s.

 

Collin Manley had a 2-run double and Jaden Milrad singled for the O’s.

 

Minors Division

 

D’backs 4, Giants 0

 

Casey Crouch had six strikeouts in three innings and the Giants' Josh Purtscher struck out

 

four in two innings. Andre Giandana had a third-inning triple driving in Aiden Largay

 

and Ryan Convisser to lead the D’Backs. Andrew Gudnason walked and stole second,

 

third and home for another run.

 

A’s 17, Orioles 7

 

For the Orioles, Coleman Woolfolk, Justin Bottiger and Noah Wyman and Nolan Alisago

 

all singled. The A's responded with five of their own as Marco Nell singled in Jackson

 

Kueny to spark the rally. Nathan Balducci had two singles for the A's.

 

A’s 10 Diamondbacks 4

 

Brodie Brownlee tripled and Jackson Parmenter double to spark the D’Backs. For the A’s

 

Matthew Carney had a 2-run single and Nathan Balducci singled and stole three bases to

 

score. Michael Manley singled and scored on Aden Rich's double.

 

AA Division

 

Pirates 7, Yankees 2

 

For the Yankees Sselby Monowitz got out of several jams with strikeouts, but the Pirates

 

broke through in the third with doubles by Max Baxter, Evan Hansel, Charlie Hammer

 

and Lulu Mattingly. For theYankees Wyatt Berridge went 2-for-2 and Sandy Monowitz

 

singled twice.

 

Giants 2, Pirates 0

 

Tristan Dean and Joey Kerns, Wyatt Runcorn all singled to the load the bases for Jayden

 

Hunter and Kai Groleau who singled in the winning runs.

 

Cardinals 6, Yankees 0

 

Julian Buntz, Michael Kelly and Jack Gross all had hits and Erika Kindred doubled and

 

scored on a Bodie Shargel single to lead the Cards over the Yankees.

 

John Barber and Scott Murray contributed to this report.

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