Eyewise Optometry Athletics 8, Santoro's Italian Deli Pirates 2
On 5/3/12 the Athletics were propelled by good defense and hitting. The A's Willie Mein had two hits and pitched two scoreless innings. Isaac Benson had an out-of-the-park HR that cleared the left field fence.
The Pirates were led by Bryan Woo and James Republicano who were both stellar on defense and each had a couple hits.
Feel Good Bakery Iron Pigs 10 vs. Sinead Smythe, L.M.F.T. Bees 5
On April 28 the Iron Pigs' JC Cooke and Kai Miller secured the lead with their pitching. Shane Rafferty, Thomas Goodman and Tristan Good all made key hits. Defensively, Jake Emerson's stellar double play at third helped clinch the victory.
For the Bees, Hadi Shanaa and Keelan Good both pitched. Pierce Coppock had strong defense and offense, catching 2 hits to right field to end innings. Qorey Houston-Cecaci doubled.
Seelenbacher Jewelers Express 10, Feel Good Bakery Iron Pigs: 2
The Express had 13 hits and was led by Nick Pippen, who had two triples and 6 RBIs to go along with 2 walks on April 30.
For the Iron Pigs, JC Cooke and Kai Miller pitched a solid 3 innings. David Tuutafaiva, Megan Ina and Tristan Good all made key hits. Also, Shane Rafferty had a stellar catch out in right field.
Feel Good Bakery Iron Pigs 3, Thirsty Bear Brewing Co. Redwings 2
On May 5 for the Iron Pigs, Tristan Good and David Tuutafaiva pitched well, each pitching three innings and only giving up one run apiece. The pair also each had two hits. J.C. Cooke scored two of the three runs. On defense, Kai Miller fielded a deep fly ball to right and Torin Martin threw out a runner trying to steal third.
The Redwings put up a great effort in this close contest.
D20 Games River Cats 18, Seelenbacher Jewelers Express 12
The River Cats’ Marcus Magallanez hit a double in the third inning and had two RBIs with his triple in the 8th on May 5. Connor Sparks closed out the game without allowing a run.
The Express’ Jackson Saulovich went 3 for 5 and Michael Woodworth collected two walks while turning a double play.
Bowzers Pizza Rock Hounds 7, Pearl's Burgers River Dogs 2
Zackary Aman fielded an infield fly, and Joey Green pitched two solid innings as well as an RBI for the Rock Hounds on April 19. Jeriah Lewis also pitched well and hit two singles. Michael Proffitt hit his 6th RBI of the year.
The River Dogs' Ethan Tien caught a long fly ball with a quick throw to third to Rebecca Lagerway, who earlier caught a hot shot down third for an out. Shamil Youngblood caught a liner with a throw to first for an out.
Neptune Beach Pearl Knights 7, Pearl's Burger Riverdogs 5
The Riverdogs' Vido Ramos and Jack Perrin-Harris combined for an out at second base on April 28. Pitcher Landon March secured a quick out by snagging a pop fly. Daniel Choi hit a double, scoring 2 RBI's.
For the Knights, Hudson Stebbins pitched two innings, giving up only 1 run, and had a triple on offense, while Marcus Marsh smashed a base hit to left-center. Sam Yep also hit well. Olivia Featherstone hit well too. Cesar Maldonado blasted a double to right field to get the game ball.
Encinal Market Bulls 8, TEC Electric and Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontic Mud Hens 6
For the Mud Hens, Sebastian Hurtubise went 3 for 3 at the plate and threw 3 strikeouts from the mound on 4/28. Daniel Wolfe hit two singles and stole home while also making a nice play at first. Addison McCornas struck out 3.
For the Bulls, Dylan Williams and Emmitt Phinney combined for a strong defensive outing at the mound, striking out 8 Mud Hens batters. Shane Connolly hit a critical mid-game double and stole 2nd base to help secure the Bulls victory.
Neptune Beach Pearl Knights 7, Pearls Burger Riverdogs 5
For the Riverdogs, Shamil Youngblood and Daniel Choi both pitched shut-out innings on April 29. Konrad Matz hit a two-run double. Third baseman Vido Ramos combined with Rebecca Lagerway for two putouts at first.
For the Knights, Hudson Stebbins smoked another triple, while pitchers Jason Cibull, Mitchell Tansey and Derek Balaian held the Riverdogs to only 5 runs.
Encinal Market Bulls 3, SJND & Maus Dental Group Thunder 2
For the Bulls, Dylan Williams and Turean Bowman pitched 2 shut-out innings each on May 1. Solid defensive plays by Tanner Mackenzie, Emmitt Phinney, Zach Hester and Mikey McNamee held the strong Thunder offense.
For the Thunder, Nate Stackler and Evan Hesse struck out all batters they faced. Malachi Francois, Harrison Bell, and Buddy Bivens-Miller each had productive at-bats. Kyle Spaulding and Sam Davis showcased solid fielding.
Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 9, Little House Mets 7
The Mets' Riley McCarter and Tommy Barbey both had solid doubles during their game against the Volcanoes on April 28. Matthew Wilson assisted his teammates with two singles early on in the game.
Henry Mills and Zachary Hayward each drove in two runs as part of a third-inning rally for the Volcanoes. Xavier Sanchez showed a sharp eye at the plate and notched a single in the second.
Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 13, Muckdogs 8
Mateo Robles broke out with two base hits for the Volcanoes on April 30. Lee-John Majerus had a huge game with a single, a big slide into second base, and two unassisted put-outs at third.
The Muckdogs put up a great effort in this game.
Pacific Pinball Museum Grasshoppers 17, Dobb's Ferry Sand Gnats 19
In the May 2 game, Adrian English went 3 for 3 with 2 runs and an RBI. Dylan Hennecke went 2 for 2 with 2 runs and teamed up with Taniela Moli for 2 outs.
The Sand Gnats' Trevor Marsh went 3 for 3 and Nathan Kent scored 3 runs.
Lugnuts 10, Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 8
On May 5, Volcanoes player Devon Casias continued his hot hitting by smashing a double and two singles. Xavier Sanchez had a big double for two RBIs. Ryan Chang had a great day defensively, running down Lugnuts’ players for outs.
The Lugnuts players outscored the Volcanoes on this day.
Dobbs Ferry Restaurant Sand Gnats 22, Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 11
For the Sand Gnats, Brian Darnell and Kyle Long both went 3 for 3 and Cameron Lee scored a run on May 5.
Rahul Sharma, Johnny Nieters, Lucas Pflueger and Jack Connolly lead the Iron Birds with four hits and several RBIs each.
UPS Store #0447 (Bay Farm) Owlz 10, Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 11
On May 6 Stephanie Gutierrez hit hard into the gap for the Owlz. Cody Cunningham led the defense, recording 6 outs. Ben Bao led off the sixth inning with a hard-hit single and later scored.
Owen Firestone lead the Iron Birds with four hits (a double and three singles). Henry Erwin had two hits, scored a run and had several RBI's. Jack Connolly played great defense and turned a double play.
Shay's Cafe Angels vs. Acacia Construction Company Mariners
Sunday, May 6: For the Mariners, Tyus Arnold drove in an RBI, and left fielder Bice Rojo threw to catcher Oscar Crane for a put-out at home plate.
The Angels played a great game, showing a lot of hustle.
Supercuts Indians vs. West Wind A’s
Anthony Jones played an impressive game against the A’s on May 6 with two outs at first and a line drive to third. Austin Hensley, Luke Allen and Ja'dan Bowman were all solid batters, and Gio Thompson had two great hits. Defensively, Jack Allen made a nice out at second.
For the A’s, Elliott Cevallos made an out at first, McKinley Elter had a diving stop at pitcher and Dylan Watt made a great catch at third. At the plate, Jacob Hirano, Wesley Karp, Hudson Taylor and Ben Webster all made strong hits.
T-Ball Happy Feet Children's Shoes Giants at Braves on May 6
For the Giants, Levi Griffin, Evan Lachs, and Charlie Norton had multiple RBIs. On defense, Peter Daley fielded a ground ball, and Surina Castro continues her superb infield play.
For the Braves, Luke Hamilton fielded a grounder at short and cleared the bases in the bottom of the first. Erik Johnson and Matthew Dean teamed up for excellent infield play. Luca Campbell chased down a runner headed for home and tagged the plate.
El Caballo Wraps Mets vs. Neptune Beach Pearl Pirates
Mets second baseman Joshua Hoffman and pitcher Lukas Simcox displayed some great fielding, quickly throwing to first base. Gavin Bayley and Kevin Shultz both had great hits up the middle. First baseman Ryan Dignon made a great stop and tagged the base.
Using strong gloves and accurate throws, Kieran Murray and Henry Garcia, anchored the Pirate defense at pitcher and first base. At the plate, Donovan Nakamura and Jack Gonzalez both singled.
Blue Dot Cafe Rockies vs. Twins
On May 6, Rockies pitchers Avery Steuer and Jack Johnston both had put-outs at home plate and showed excellent overall glovework. Haileen Jaramillo had a solid double and great glove work at first base.
The Twins also played a great game.