Magic Blue Dolphins vs. Dr. David Johnson, DDS Pixies
Event Magic Blue Dolphins played a great game against the Pixies. Ava Baptista hit a strong line drive to LF and was defensively strong at 2nd base. Annabelle Stiger had a single up the middle for a home run and was great at catcher. Ashley Kim played awesome at first base with 3 unassisted put outs and a
single up the middle. May Klingelhofer played great at 3rd base and solid hit at bat.
Ross, Sinclair & Associates Blue Diamonds vs McDonald’s Shoreline Little Angels
After two weeks' rest, the Blue Diamonds were eager to play the Little Angels. Ella Chae and Anne Rosenbaum showed some hustle tracking down some hard hit groundballs. Teagan Shannon made two great catches. Nora Jenson led the defense with five catches and a throw-out at first. Lola Whalen had two solid hits. Eva Lozeau de Guzman, Skylar Hart, Audrey Barnes, and Anna Kranson chocked up some solid hits off the pitcher.
Linguini's Red Flames 0, Lauren's Closet Pink Socks 7
The Linguini's Red Flames made a fantastic showing against a tough competitor. Talula Wilmont hit a line drive into left field for a strong first base hit. Romey Brandt followed with a double. For doing an amazing job her first time on the pitchers mound, Camila Borquez was awarded the game ball. Pari Ratto played great defense fielding several balls.
Central McDonald's Lightning Thunder 0, US Coast Guard Golden Gate Chapter Mad Batters 5
The Central McDonald's Lightning Thunders played well. In the third inning, pitcher Sydney Olken threw to first base player Jadyn Apetz and prevented the batter from reaching first base. In the following inning, pitcher Abby Stoller threw to the first base player and the Mad Batter was called out. Sonya Narensky and Ruby Jordan had base hits.
China House Fiery Phoenix 2, Mzoe Couture Green Hornettes 0
The Fiery Phoenix put together another strong showing against the game Green Hornettes this weekend. Kit Jensen provided the timely hitting by driving in the go ahead runs. Taylor Andolsek & Ayako Keiner teamed up as a defensive force in the late innings. Kayla Rumrill and Mia Wettergren looked stellar defending the outfield with some great backup.
Elks Lodge 1015 Gang Green 14, San Lorenzo Explosion 6
The Gang Green offense erupted for 14 runs as Briana St. Denis was 2 for 3 with a double and a HR, Caroline Bridges went 2 for 2 with a triple, and Kayla Reyna smashed a double as well. Pitchers had to shake off a little rust after the rain, but they overcame 14 walks to combine for the first no-hitter of the season. Sydney Owyang, Reyna, Bridges, and St. Denis combined for 10 strike-outs.
Citizen Canine Hot Tamales 4, Law Offices of Paul F. Mahler Hornets 5
A great match up of the two teams. At the top of the 3rd inning, the Hornets led the score 4-1. The 3rd inning for the Hot Tamales was the inning that sealed the deal, with 2 RBI's for Rowan Esquer and another single from Rachel Nonan to cap the inning at 4 runs. Sophia Piamonte struck out 3 in the next inning, but not enough for the win.
Encinal Market Blue Bullets 10, Edward Jones Investments Frozen Fire 5
The Blue Bullets turned in their first win of the season with a hard fought game against the Frozen Fire. Both teams came out swinging, but the Blue Bullets were able to get things rolling early with a hard-hit grounder and RBI in the 1st inning by Kaitlin Ogata. Alina Soto contributed the only other Bullet hit at a
crucial time in the last inning. Defensively, Hailey Hayes delivered a standout performance catching two pop flies in the same inning. Tori Eichel and Kaitlin Ogata combined for the pitching win allowing only one hit while striking out seven.
Diamond Tool & Dye Riptide 4, Harbor Bay Realty Transformers 14
Another fantastic game for the Transformers as they played a determined Riptide team from Oakland. Pitchers Katrina Eichel and April McCarver posted a combined six strike-outs over a solid six innings and scored three runs for the offense. Ruby Siltanen returned to the mound after a stint on the injury list to mow down three opposing hitters via strike-out and to smash two hits and score three runs. More offensive muscle came from Esther McCarthy, Alexis Esparza, and Samantha Shaffer, who paced the team with eight hits and five runs. Estela Ambriz played stellar defense, and laced a base hit to score a run, and later scored a run herself.
Linda C. Avery, Ph.D. Explosion 11, San Lorenzo Athletes 0
The Linda C. Avery, Ph.D. Explosion travelled to San Lorenzo for their first game in over a month and returned home with another shutout victory. Mira Piamonte, Bella Vick (season debut) and Elizabeth Avery combined in the circle to record 10 K's. The 3rd inning, Savannah Mesterhazy prevented the Explosion
defense from giving up their 1st run by blocking the plate and tagging out the runner. The Explosion had a balanced offensive as 8 of the 10 players scored a run in the game. In the 2nd inning when Bella Vick roped a line drive to the fence in left field to drive in three runs.
Alameda Orthopedic & Sports Therapy Green Hornets 2, Black & Yellow Beastsz 8
The Alameda Sports Therapy's Green Hornets had a tough but well-played game, with only 8 players, for a 2-8 loss against the Black & Yellow Beastsz. Vivienne Rubsamen showed strong batting. Tillie Skinner received our player achievement of the game for catching most of the game after Elizabeth Legg got injured and our other catchers were out.
Linda C. Avery, Ph.D. Explosion 17, Oakland Avengers 6
The Linda C. Avery, Ph. D. Explosion hosted The Avengers from Oakland and sent the visitors back home with a 17-6 loss. The Explosion defense streak of scoreless innings ended at 19 as The Avengers scored first to take an early 1-0 lead in the 1st inning. The defensive highlight of the day was the juggling catch by Clare Shipman in left field to end the 5th inning. The Explosion offense literally exploded in the 4th inning to put away the game as eight different
players scored. For the game all eleven players crossed home plate for the balanced Explosion offense. Elizabeth Avery lead the way scoring three times, Kendall Miller, Vailea Bohne, Clare Shipman and Mira Piamonte scored twice each.