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Alameda Little League

Majors Division

Shooting Stars Photography Astros 18, Morgan Stanley Bail Group Athletics 4: The Astros rocketed away from the A's over the final four innings on April 25 after a tight 5-4 start. Nice catches by Astros outfielders Jamie Nemzer and Mitchell Nakahara and shutout efforts by Astros pitchers John Huntoon, Joe Hausner, and Anthony Bonino ended the A's scoring. For the A's, catcher Patrick Vaca threw out two runners in the first two innings, and had an RBI single. First baseman Jason Johnson made a nice scoop to save an out.

The Shooting Stars Photography Astros 15, Service West Inc. Phillies 14: On April 22, both starting pitchers Nick Adgar (Phillies) and Greg Ngim (Astros) hit home runs in the first inning. The game then quickly turned into a slugfest between the two teams with the lead changing several times. The Astros' Miguel Hidalgo, Greg Ngim, Andrew Liu, Mitchell Nakahara, James Bramble, John Huntoon, Anthony Bonino and Joe Hausner had hits and RBI. Jamie Nemzer played well on defense and Nicolas Solis had what turned out to be the winning RBI hit in the top of the fifth. Matt Woo, Alex Vick, Alex Luque and Nick Adgar had hits and RBI for the Phillies.

Dome Fits Nationals 8, Morgan Stanley, Bail Group Athletics 4: Solid pitching and defense on April 21 resulted in a tight 4-4 game after six innings that didn't break open until the seventh. For the Nationals, first baseman Roy Parsons made two "web gem" plays on pop flies, and Asa Mayeux had a key RBI hit in the seventh inning. For the A's, Keoni Otenbriet and Jack Delmore made fine running catches in left field, and shortstop Daniel Bail turned a potential hit up the middle into an out.

Tapioca Express Mariners 7, Shooting Stars Photography Astros 5: On April 18 the Mariners' Nels Bergeron pitched 31/3 scoreless innings. Dillon Tonningsen had a single, Kaleo Johnson had a single and a double, and Ryan Fong had a double and a triple. For the Astros, John Huntoon pitched 3 2/3 scoreless innings, reached base in four plate appearances with one single and three walks, drove in two runs and scored one run. Gregory Ngim and Mitchell Nakahara both reached base with singles.

Tapioca Express Mariners 6, Shay's Cafe Diamondbacks 1: Matt Esparza pitched 4 2/3 innings for the Mariners on April 19, allowing only two hits and one run. Steve Manzo closed the game, striking out the side in the sixth inning. Kaleo Johnson and Esparza drove in all six runs for the Mariners. Joey Lopez made the defensive play of the game with a running catch in foul territory, which helped strand two Diamondback runners. Jarrod Cleto and Joey Allen pitched for the Diamondbacks and held the Mariners to six runs. Cleto hit a double and drove in one run. Trevor Greenley also reached base with a double.

AAA Division

Vanguard Construction Express 14, Adelante Capital Management Hooks 2: On April 25th with the bases loaded in the second inning, the Express' Jason Ravetti hit a shot to center that cleared the bases. Ravetti hit another bomb in the fourth for another two runs. Kyle Averitt and Willie Mein had hits for the Hooks, but solid pitching by Carson Bridges and Matthew Achramowicz and strong defense by shortstop Alex Achramowicz and center fielder David Republicano kept the Hooks to two runs.

AA Division

XO JET Sea Dogs 8, La Estrellita Cafe & Bar Grasshoppers 5: The Sea Dogs got off to a great start on April 17 with a triple by Conor Neal. Teammates Cameron Ba, Neil Donovan and Ammar Omar followed up with doubles. Pitcher Liam Neal, entering as a reliever, pitched out of a jam in the first and retired the side in the second. Pop flies caught by Casey Winckler stopped two scoring opportunities for the Grasshoppers. Excellent defense by Brandon Smith and Kyle Kathman kept the Grasshoppers in the game.

A Division

Bancroft Pediatrics Sand Gnats 6, Pier 29 Lug Nuts 5: On April 20, the Lug Nuts' Colin Chan and Josh Anders doubled, with Chan's hit plating his teammate for the first run of the game. The Lug Nuts held the Sand Gnats scoreless for the first three innings, and stretched their lead to four runs. However, the Sand Gnats began their comeback in the fourth with Ryan Finer, Michael Waldman and Emil Davis each driving in a run. Defensively, the Sand Gnats' Ryan Sparks caught a pop up, and was able to turn an unassisted double play by tagging the runner out at second base. Michael Waldman also caught two pop flies in the visitor's half of the seventh and final inning.

Bip's Broiler Ironbirds 4, Rafferty Engineering Owlz 0: On April 18, the Ironbirds shut out the Owlz and got great hitting, including a double by Bryce Bromberger and RBI by Matthew Dalton and Cedric Thelen. The Owlz' infielders took charge with great grabs and tags by pitchers Nate Whittaker and Evan Rafferty and first baseman Owen Ramiza. The Ironbirds' infield responded with great pop fly catches. The Owlz lineup worked hard, with great hits by Maya Sprouse, Jacob DeMarco and Alvin Li.

Farm Division

CB Richard Ellis, Inc A's vs. Alameda Taqueria Red Sox: On April 26, the A's hosted the Red Sox. Team captains for the A's were Will Sariano Roberts and Griffin Geary, who along with Jacob McNamee received game balls. Harrison Bell made many fine defensive plays for the A's, who next host the MacWorld White Sox on May 3.

CB Richard Ellis, Inc A's vs. Marci Steward Designs and The Goode Trust: The A's played host to the Orioles on April 19. The team captains for the A's were Eric Jarecki and Matthew Hui, who both received game balls. Zachary Aman and Harrison Bell also received game balls after the game. Jonathan Andrews provided the biggest hit of the day for the green and gold.

Pacific Fine Foods Indians vs. Prado Natural Juices and Nectars Angels : On April 19, the Angels got monster hits from Ian Van Spyk, David Tuutafaivia, and Calla Watkins. The Indians responded with clutch hitting from Sean Gorham, Danny Keep, and Andrew Powell. The Angels' infield got great outs from first baseman Kaitlyn Tien and third baseman Miles Smith. The Indians made some fine defensive plays of their own with pitcher Joshua Raz making incredible stops and Jameson Hoy and Christopher Noga doing fine jobs in the field.

Alameda youth softball

6-and-under

McDonald's South Shore/Alameda Pediatric Dental Blue Dolphins vs. Piedmont Purple Leopards: The sixth game of the season for the Blue Dolphins was loads of fun. Iris Phillips and Suraya Picaso showed off their knowledge of the finer details of the game, both making extreme care to lay down the bat after swinging. Patricia Penalver and Cambria Restagno used the ready position every time in the field and were able to quickly chase any incoming ball.

8-and-under

Carroll Construction Batting Bees 4, San Lorenzo Blue Dolphins 0: Defense was the key for both teams. Brooke Roeder of the Blue Diamonds caught a drive by the Bees' Claire Tajima into far right field. Another great play made by pitcher Mira Piamonte with a throw down to first baseman Trina Eichel to get the final out in the second inning. The Bees' Audrey SooHoo, Kennedy Miller and Savannah Mesterhazy had RBI.

Carroll Construction Batting Bees 11, Oakland Red Wing Hawks 0: The Hawks got great pitching from Olivia Moore who had two strikeouts and made a great catch at the pitcher's mound on a drive by Alex Martinez of the Bees. The Bees' hitting took over the game with a triple by Kennedy Miller, which brought in two runs and RBI by Mira Piamonte, Julia Medelsohn, Christine Warren and Trina Eichel. In Rosalyn Luque's first appearance as a Bees' pitcher, she had two strikeouts.

Diamond Diesel Phranklin Management Red Dolphins 1, Piedmont Peaches 0: Caroline Bridges, Chantel Sheridan, and Maya McKinney all had great hits for the Dolphins. Haley Graybeal pitched a scoreless third inning, striking out two batters. Nicole Shoptaugh, who hit a line drive double to left field, led the Piedmont Peaches.

Roberson Water Consulting Blue Devils 3, Piedmont Dragons 1: Annika Crvarich, Lily Walovich and Elizabeth Avery all had three hits each to lead a balanced Blue Devils attack. Camille Deatherage, Walovich and Avery pitched scoreless innings.

10-and-under

McEachern Engineering Alameda Angels 13, Oakland Homerun Jalapenos 2: Several players had multiple base hits for the Angels , including Corine Tan and Samantha Shaffer who each smacked two line-drive singles. Lily Wilmot pitched two stellar innings and allowed only one hit. Madison O'Connor and Becky McEachern played solid defense as the Angels held their opponent to only two runs.

Gallagher and Lindsey Realtors Blue Bombers 8, McEachern Engineering Alameda Angels 5: There were very few hits in this defensive contest, with solid pitching from Anekaila Crevani and Meida Tautalatasi and reliable catching from Edyn Garvisch and Victoria Reim. Rileigh Long and Emilie Watten had back-to-back walks, and then scored the winning and insurance runs.


Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: May 3, 2009

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