Little League: Combined no-hitter paces Rays
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Majors Division


Rays 3, Giants 1

The Rays' Logan Hudson, Kyle Raymond and Reilly Merlo pitched a combined no-hitter and Daniel Shamshoian was 2-for-2 with a walk while Reilly Merlo had two hits. For the Giants, Nathan Pisciotta pitched four innings and allowed only one earned run while fanning nine.


Rays 15, Blue Jays 3

The Blue Jays scored three in the first when Zach Snider walked, Vinny Petrini doubled, Dylan Townley singled and Zac Yates singled. The Rays' Trevor Stocker came in to relieve and pitched three scoreless innings on just 35 pitches, giving up just one hit and one walk. Kyle Raymond then pitched the final two scoreless innings, striking out five.


SLV Diamondbacks 14, SV Phillies 5

Tanner Murray blasted two home runs, doubled, and struck out 11 batters over 4-plus innings to lead the D'backs. Craig Yeomons and howard Forehan both singled and a doubled, scoring three times each, while Elliott Brown had a 2-run double and scored twice, Trent Walker singled and tripled, Luka Mahkovtz drove in three runs and Charlie Hayes scored twice. The Phillies' main highlight was Reese Gyllenhammer's grand slam to right-center, his second homer in as many games. Brendan Magee added two hits, and Jack Kastner scored twice.


Rays 10, Blue Jays 3

The Rays broke open a 4-3 game in the 5th, led by Daniel Shamshoian's 3-for-3 day, three hits from Kyle Raymond, two from Kyle Raymond and Reilly Merlo and a two-run, two-out single from Tyler Harris. For the Jays, Dylan Townly was 2-for-3, twice driving in runs with 2-out singles, Tanner Steen drove in the 3rd Jays run with a 2-out single that scored Asher Reynolds and Vinny Petrini doubled.


Phillies 9, San Juan Aromas Giants 1

Brendan Magee pitched 5 and 1/3 innings, scattering seven hits while throwing 66% strikes. Garrett Hormel led the offense with three doubles, driving in three and scoring twice. Magee and Jack Kastner both had doubles, with Kastner driving in two and scoring three times. Erik Olson had two hits, including an RBI double, and Luke Balch scored twice. In the field, fill-in second basemen Max Smith and Balch combined for five assists, and shortstop Hormel and first baseman Olson combined on an unconventional 6-3-6 double play.


SLV Little League

Majors Division


Scotts Valley Reds 15, Pirates 7

The Reds' Tyler Renn doubled in the first, singled and scored in the second, doubled in

the third, doubled and scored in the fifth, and then singled in the sixth.

Arturo Miranda drilled three hits and scored three runs. For the Pirates, Chris

Anderson reached base four times and Ian Gallagher singled twice, scored once and knocked in one. Kaden Waltrip singled and scored in the fifth.


Red Sox 9, Giants 8

Andy Wise hit a walk-off grand slam in a game where the Sox were down by three in the bottom of the sixth. Steven Markey, Justin Rudrow and Mark Carling scored on Wise’s blast. The Giants batted around in the second inning including doubles from Carson Spence and Ryan Bariteau.


Diamondbacks 8, Pirates 0

Tanner Murray, Howard Forehan, andCraig Yeomans combined to strike out 11 and give up just 4 hits to shut out the Pirates.


Giants 2, Diamondbacks 1

Extra base hits by Vinny Prograce and Zane Saunders set the tone and Giants pitchers struck out 12 Diamondbacks in the low-scoring battle. Eddie McDonald singled in the Diamondbacks run.

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