Alameda Little League Games to June 10

Farm and T-Ball divisions played their last games of the season. Farewell until next year.


Parker Orthodontics Muck Dogs 14, Encinal Market Blue Claws 8

(05/31) In an extra inning game, the Muck Dogs came together defensively to a come from behind and beat the Blue Claws. The hitting of Alexander Wills and Alex Waldman aided the win.  Miles Taylor hit a shot deep to just inside the fence.

The Blue Claws had a good outing but fell short.

Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 8, Encinal Market Blue Claws 5

(06/05) Lucas Holley had a key base hit for the Volcanoes and put in solid innings at pitcher and catcher. Josh Moleiro knocked in two runs on three singles and caught a big infield fly.

The Blue Claws played well.

UPS Store #0447 (Bay Farm) Owlz 7, Jodi D. Snyder Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 9

(06/05) In the final game of the 2012 season, the Iron Birds' Owen Firestone and Johnny Nieters each had three hits and several runs batted in. In the fourth inning, Campbell Walter and Teyo Snyder-Aguigui turned a triple play. Lucas Pfleuger led the Iron Birds defensively and made a game-saving catch in the top of the sixth inning.

For the Owlz, Jacob Skuta and Joseph Donnovan combined for a put out at first base. Cody Cunningham caught a pop-fly at second. Ben Bao batted two for two, recording two singles and an RBI.


Littler Mendelson Diamondbacks vs. Synergy Corporate Housing White Sox

(06/03) For the DBacks, Mason Gunnell made a strong throw to first base to get an out in the second inning. Shortstop Sam Paskins made a great defensive play, stopping a hard grounder and tagging out the runner going to third. Jake Morgan had two solid hits and hustled across home plate to beat the tag for a run in the third. Marco Puertas made an impressive diving stop at third base in the fourth.

The White Sox players had a great outing and played well.


Paden Orthodontics Dodgers vs. Baskin Robbins Cardinals

The Dodgers finished the year strong with solid hitting and base running throughout the lineup. Offensive highlights were provided by Jack Ross, who had two solid hits, including a line drive in the third inning. Jackson Wattley was a defensive standout at first base, where he collaborated with Julian Sanchez, pitcher, to complete one of two outs made by the Dodger defense. The Dodgers showed infectious enthusiasm and improvement over the course of the season, resulting in a great introduction to baseball for all involved.

The Cardinals showed great enthusiasm and pride in their last game.  Strong offensive hitting from players Calliope Crane-Brown, Brody Cusack, Benjamin Caynan and Zachary Dortch scored runs and brought the bench to their feet. In the field, key plays by Marcelo Quirk, Maggie King, Tobin Schrager, Taylor Wehmann, Emerson DeCourcy rallied the team to complete outs on first and second base. The team showed great progress throughout the season and in their final game proved their winning spirit.

Shooting Stars Photography Reds vs. Neptune Beach Pearl Pirates

(06/10) The entire Reds squad sparkled in the field and at bat, showing amazing progress over the course of the season. Grant Tomono made several unassisted put outs at second and drove the ball hard in both of his at-bats.  Jet Chan hit the ball hard in the first, Will Merritt made a couple of great plays at shortstop, and Hunter Willett showed his glove and arm on several grounders, then hit a grand slam in the bottom of the fourth to end the Reds’ season.

Tennyson Bradley finished a strong return from the injured reserve bench in the Pirates' season finale by anchoring the defense at first base and pitcher.  Offensively, Kaden Thomas, John Teti and Maxwell Stuart powered a strong offensive showing with deep hits to the outfield, highlighting a strong offensive season for the entire Pirates line-up.


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