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September 26, 2022

Padres, Dodgers win first postseason games

The San Lorenzo Valley Little League wrapped up its regular season with a Major division championship playoff game and closing-day ceremonies. Then the Minors Padres and Majors Dodgers won their first District 39 Tournament of Champions games on Tuesday, June 16, in the double-elimination tournament.
Majors
Dodgers 9, Red Sox 4
The Red Sox faced the Dodgers for the Majors championship. Sox starting pitcher Nate Gentry blasted a solo home run and hit an RBI double, and Blake Snedeker singled in two runs in the fifth.
But the Dodgers staged a stunning comeback in the sixth to take the championship. Denzale Burton led off with a double, then Jared Trader doubled in two runs. Keenan Neu also singled in a run, and Robbie Carling doubled in another as the Dodgers batted around in the inning.
AA
Angels 4, Pirates 1
The Angels won a close game over the first half-champion Pirates for the championship.
Angels starting pitcher Julian Auldridge struck out seven in three innings.
In the second, Marcus Khokar scored on an Aidan Murphy single. Then Auldridge singled in Murphy, and the Angels were on the board. In the fourth, Jacob Auldridge and Khokar singled, and Max Crandall doubled in Auldridge before Liam Reilly sacrificed in Khokar.
The Pirates scored in the fifth when Ballard Greedy singled in Jordan Yanowitz.
Tournament of Champions
Majors
SLV Dodgers 4, Scotts Valley Giants 1
Dodgers starting pitcher Ari Solomon and the Dodgers’ defense held Scotts Valley to a solo home run by Tanner Spence in both teams’ first TOC game.
Dodger Daniel Peters doubled in the first run of the game and hit a solo homer in the sixth.
Denzale Burton and Solomon each picked up RBIs in the third, and the Dodgers played strong defense, recording an out at the plate in the second and a bases-loaded double play in the sixth. Jared Trader picked up the save.
Minors
SLV Padres 7, Watsonville Yankees 3
Taj Yanez, Tanner Murray, Ben Kanter and Jack Gentry all pitched in the Padres’ 7-3 win over the Watsonville Yankees in their first TOC game Tuesday night. 
The Padres broke a 2-2 tie in the fourth inning for the win.
Jack Gentry tripled, Connor Sawtelle doubled and Tommy Anderson and Austin Bishop singled for the winners.
Scotts Valley Little League
The Scotts Valley All-Star teams are set to begin play next week.
10-year-old All Stars, managed by Jeff Lane
Andrew Christensen, Ethan Emanuelson, Travis Lane, Gregory Neiger, Seth O’Brien, Trevor Ponos, Nicholas Reyes, Robert Riemer, Owen Rockow, A.J. Streller, Jacob Utic and Georgia Parsons.
11-year-old All Stars, managed by Steve Spence
Trevor Alvarez, Joshua Anderson, Matthew Braverman, Nick Carli, Evan Carvalheira, Ben Christensen, A.J. Collishaw, Drew Collishaw, Jack Palmer, Tanner Spence, Sawyer Stemm, Jacob Wiechmann and Jimmy Danels.
12-year-old All Stars, managed by Kevin Rains
Jake Carli, Paul Erickson, Joseph Espinola, Riley Hilton, Brett Klotz, Anthony Lipscomb, Colton Marshall, Nick Rains, Alec Smith, Nicholas Smith, Daniel Snider, David Snider and Ryan Traulsen.

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