Scotts Valley Little League
Cardinals 13, Cubs 4
Jake Carli was 3-for-4 with two home runs, including a grand slam and seven RBIs, while teammate Drew Collishaw was 3-for-3 with two doubles en route to pitching a two-earned run complete game.
A.J. Collishaw had two doubles, Evan Rockow and Brett Klotz had two hits each, and Tim Wagner, Logan Sorensen and Nick Carli all had singles. Anthony Lipscomb had two hits for the Cubs, and teammates Kevin Seib, James Merlo, Andy Ramirez and Andreas Omvik all hit safely.
Cubs 11, Red Sox 1
For the Cubs, Kevin Seib homered and singled, Anthonly Lipscomb tripled, doubled and was intentionally walked and Ian Wenger had two hits, including a bases-loaded triple with two outs that broke open a close game. Austin Walsh pitched the final two innings on only 15 pitches and didn’t allow a base runner. Jon Velez was 2-for-3 for the Red Sox.
Giants 16, Cubs 8
Colton Marshall paced the Giants with three doubles and a single, teammate Tanner Spence had two hits, Jimmy Danels singled and walked twice and Jack Palmer and Michael Levy had hits. For the Cubs, James Merlo had two hits and two RBIs.
Red Sox 15, Cardinals 6
The Sox were led by 3-for-4 days from Danny and David Snider and Jonny Velez, with Velez and David Snider both knocking in four runs apiece. Teammates Paul Erickson, Nick Rains and Daniel Rodgers had two hits. Drew Collishaw was 2-for-3 with three RBIs for the Cardinals.
Braves 11, Giants 3
The Braves had 15 hits, led by a 4-for-4 day from Ryan Traulsen, three hits from Joe Espinola and two from Seth Fletcher and Riley Hilton.
Traulsen gave up just one hit over his four innings of pitching. Dalton Locke had two hits for the Giants, Colton Marshall doubled and Jack Beyke singled and walked.
Bulls 9, Rivercats 5
Dylan Townley hit two 3-run home runs to lead the Bulls. Ian Thomas and Zach Snider each had doubles for the Bulls, while Trevor Wiechmann and Nathan Kvamme each had two hits. Tyler Bustichi and Erik Olson had doubles for the Rivercats, and Vincent Beraut and Garrett Hormel had two hits apiece.
Owlz 5, Rivercats 4
The Owlz rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth thanks to Kai Haruyama’s long home run to left field, doubles from Josh Fritz and Jacob Vegher, and Phillip Garrison’s game-winning single. For the Rivercats, Tyler Bustichi hit his second home run of the year and Mitchell Boe went 3-for-3.
San Lorenzo Valley Little League
Brewers 4, Dodgers 2
Garrett Kustin pitched a complete game for the Brewers, striking out 5 and allowing 6 hits, while the Brewers defense took care of the rest. On offense, Kustin and Cody Lipperd went 3-for-4 and Kustin drove in three.
Chris Sutherlin doubled and tripled for the Brewers, and picked up the other RBI. Brandon Stoddart doubled for the Dodgers.
Red Sox 18, White Sox 6
The Red Sox racked up 23 hits, with Nate Gentry (3-for-5, two RBIs), Max La Capria (4-for-5, four RBIs) and Mitchell Kamau (3-for-4, RBI) leading the way. The White Sox’ Isaac Newberry was 3-for-3 with a double and homerun and three RBIs.
Rays 11, Cardinals 10
Tommy Chestnut was 3-for-3, Mateo Ballas was hitless but picked up three RBIs, Eli Valory was 2-for-2 with an RBI and a double and Jacob Cornelison doubled in two runs. Justin Notari also doubled in a run for the Rays. Ben Thomas had a double for the Cards and Finley Chapman, Nathan Muccia and Cody Petersen all picked up RBIs. 
Angels 9, Red Sox 0
Angels’ pitchers Jacob and Julian Auldridge, and Aidan Callahan helped keep the Red Sox scoreless, combining for 12 strikeouts an allowing just 3 walks in a no-hitter. Aidan Murphy, Ben Murphy, Reese Castagna and Nico Jacquerot all helped out with RBIs.
San Lorenzo Valley Little League Standings
Brewers 3-2
Dodgers 3-2
Red Sox 3-2
White Sox 3-2
Padres 6-0
Rays 3-3
Athletics 2-2
Cardinals 0-6
Pirates 5-1
Angels 3-2
Giants 1-3
Red Sox 1-4

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