San Lorenzo Valley Little League
D-backs 11, Giants 2
Casey Crouch, Aiden Largay, Tyler Cambron, and Brodie Brownlee held the Giants to two runs and four hits. William Caddell, Cambron and Jack Boynton singled and Andrew Gudnason doubled in the fifth to reach the 5-run limit. Giant Brody Cusimano had two hits and scored both runs.
A’s 9, Orioles 6
Aiden Rich struck out 10 in five innings for the A’s. Also for the A’s Marco Nell doubled, Dylan Arroyo, Eli McMillin and Matt Carney all singled to drive in runs. For the O’s Ryan Oropeza singled, doubled and stole home.
Giants 11, Cardinals 6
Billy Bowers had four hits and scored 3 runs to lead the Giants. Tristan Dean, Jayden Hunter, Bodie Pitts, Damian Aguilar, Quinn Edgemon, Zach Stretch and Joey Kerns all had two or three hits in the win.
The Cardinals Nathan Davison, had three hits on the day and Bodie Shargell had a two-run double.
Giants 9, Pirates 0
The Giants' second basemen and shortstop combined for eight defensive outs while Tristan Dean had three hits and a run in the lead-off spot. Quinn Edgemon doubled for the Giants and Wyatt Runcorn had two hits and scored twice. The Yankees Haven Wallace-Menge reached base twice, as did Riley Nelson and Cash Ebright.
Cardinals 12, Yankees 7
Nathan Davison, Julian Buntz, Bodie Shargel, Dylan Schlegle, and Lucas Sanderson all had singles in the fourth and David Kvamme roped a double to lead the way.
Yankees Wyatt Berridge, Zane McCarley and Liam Hackett all belted RBI singles and Shelby Monowitz doubled in two.
Scotts Valley Little League
Yankees 12, Rangers 11
The Yankees scored four times in the final inning for the win with Mikey Arcangeli driving in the winning run. Jostin Barber and Sammy McNeely each doubled and singled, Tim Miller added two singles and Ryan Linn and Nicolas Sutter had hits for the Yankees. Braden Wilson and Kevin Reimer collected two hits each and David Fox, Luke Finney and Dash Finn each singled for the Rangers.
Tigers 12, Marlins 11
The Marlins nearly overcame an 8-run lead by the Tigers in the top of the sixth but Jonathon Nava-Campos had his first save to maintain a 12-11 lead and Connor Schelstraete pitched four innings and had eight strikeouts and one walk.
For the Tigers, Ambrosio Torres, Jay Milory, Jaden Ulrich and Gabriel Aiello each doubled. For the Marlins, Carson Codiga went 3-for-4 and scored twice, Gabe Spitzer had an RBI double and Ian Eisenhut had an RBI single.
D-Backs 6, Braves 5
For the D’backs, Josh Flores had a two-run double, and Josh Mahony, Shane Williams, Logan Gundersen, Nolan LaRiviere, Lincoln Moses, and Kiernan Gill had hits.
The Braves’ Nick Sherman drove in two with a double and Mitchell Ross had two hits and Jack Matty struck out three in one inning.
A’s 14, Angels 2
A's pitchers Luke Strellar, Masa Sato, and Philip Garrison struck out 10 combined batters, Nick Endres hit four singles, Philip Garrison hit three singles and E.J. Bright, Masa Sato and Luke Balch hit two singles each for the winners.
Anthony Abruzzine and Brendan Hull both had RBI singles for the Angels.
Padres 4, Phillies 0
Starting pitcher Zac Snider pitched 5 and 1/3 innings, striking out 12, and Bryce Clark finished the game off with two strikeouts. Clark and Shane Burns both had two hits and an RBI and Soren Burns and Christopher Shaw both singled in runs.
Ryan Bariteau struck out seven for the Phillies.
Royals 3, Giants 2
The Giants Zachary Yates had nine strikeouts in five innings but Zane Fuller for the Royals went 2-for-3 including driving in the winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Phillies 9, A’s 5
Erik Olson’s bases loaded double drove in three and the Phillies pitcher Garrett Hormel went five innings, allowing three runs while striking out six for the win. Ryan Bariteau had an RBI double and reached base all four times up, while Brody Affolter and Dylan Leonard each scored three times.
Asher Reynolds and Tyler Costere each had RBI triples for the A’s and Philip Garrison had two RBI’s.
Knights 14, Thunder 10
Riley Gulledge went 4-for-4, Luke Hollingsworth went 4-for-4 with a home run and Blake LaRiviere was 4-for-4 while Cayla Miller added three hits for the Knights.
Scott Murray and John Barber contributed to this report.