SLV Little League
Braves 15, Rockies 2
Aiden Rich and Terry Mirande both had early extra base hits and Braves pitchers struck out seven Rockies. Trevor Cambron had a first-inning single and Brodie Brownlee reached base twice on walks.
Dodgers 13, Rockies 8
The Dodgers built a huge lead as Reid Olmsted has a first-inning double and Xander Krikke belted a full-count single. Down 9-0 by the fourth, the Rockies batted around including a home run from Trevor Cambron to close to within 9-8. The Dodgers iced it with three walks and singes from Marco Nell, Aidan Callahan and Shay Monowitz.
Red Sox 13, Giants 12
Alex Crandall went 4-for-4 and was hit by a pitch, and drove in Charlie Kirkman with the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the sixth.
Tied 9-9 in the top of the sixth, the Giants scored three times. The Sox bounced back with four of their own with Crandall’s double driving in Kirkman.
On the hill the Giants' Quinn Edgemon struck out three Red Sox.
Blue Jays 10, A's 3
Blue Jay's pitchers Mike Kelly, Brody Cusimano and Tyler Cambron combined for nine strikeouts and A’s pitchers Josh Purtscher, Julian Buntz and Connor Urbancic struck out 8
Brewers 27, A's 12
Jaden Shabry was 4-for-4 with a double and scored three runs and Benji Stretch had four hits and scored four times.
For the A’s Dean Ricigliano doubled in two and Noah Giosso and Wyatt McCabe each went all the way around the bases on a hit. Ben Calden was 4-for-4.
Angels 18, Brewers 10
The entire Angels' lineup had at least one hit. Landon Ayers had three singles and two runs, Vincent Bottini had four singles, Kevin Giannini was 4-for-4 and scored twice and Mason Schertz had three hits and scored twice.
The Brewers Damian Dandridge, Dylan Staskal, and Iain Pollard and Jaden Shabry all had singles during a rally in the fifth.
Giants 6, A's 5
For the A’s Ryder Moore had an RBI single, and Quinn Abby doubled in a run in the 4th, bringing in Liam Hackett who had a 2-out single. Hackett had three hits on the day. In the fifth the Giants took the lead with a single from Nick Frey, a double from Kai Kiyabu, and a double from Josh Rudrow. Rudrow had two doubles and single.
Scotts Valley Little League
Braves 10, Yankees 3
Braves pitchers Adrie Ruf and Carson Codiga shut down the Yankees and Ruf had 6 strikeouts. Nick Del Mar doubled twice and drove in five runs and Nolan LaRiviere had a double and single. The Yankees were led by Matt Solis with two hits and a triple by Nathan Stocker.
Braves 11, Cardinals 8
The Cards led 4-0 after three innings behind pitching of Ian Eisenhut, but the Braves came back with three hits each from Adrie Ruf and Nick Del Mar, and strong pitching from Dash Finn and Nolan La Rivière. Nicky Sutter doubled and tripled for the Cards and Luke Hollingsworth had two hits.
White Sox 11, SLV Braves 1
The White Sox left little to doubt with seven runs in the first three innings. Angelo Segretto went 3-for-4 with a single, double and triple, Masa Sato was 3-for-4 with four RBI and Alex Sherman was 2-for-3 with three RBI for the Sox. Pitcher Zephyr Christensen tossed five innings with no earned runs, a strikeout and no walks.
SV Padres 6, SLV Dodgers 5
The Padres allowed one hit in the first three innings with Sören Burns on the mound. Bryce Clark came in to follow with six strikeouts after hitting a 2-run homerun to give the Padres a 2-0 lead. Braden Wilson also scored, while Davin Kiesby, Logan Ross and Braidan Lewis added hits.
Aidan Callahan pitched five innings for the Dodgers with six strike outs and had two hits. Clay Brown and Isaac Menge added a hit. Christian Carney, Reid Olmsted, Shay Monowitz, Isaiah Gonzales and Quinn Herzon all scored in the 6th.
Padres 8, A’s 1
Brody Affolter started and struck out 4 for the A's with 4 strikeouts. Jackson Sutter came in to close adding a strike out with the help of two great catches in centerfield by Matthew Wu.
Padre starter Sören Burns struck out five helped by Braden Wilson’s great catch in shallow centerfield. Jack Matty, Bryce Clark, Shane and Burns, Wilson, and Josh Flores rallied in the third inning to score 6 runs. Mitchell Ross added a hit. Clark closed the game with six strike outs.
Tigers 8, A’s 8
Darkness suspended the back-and-forth battle. For the Tigers Casey Collins, Jostin Barber and Robert Hipwell each had two hits. The A’s were propelled at the plate by a 3-hit day for Jackson Sutter, and a home run from Dylan Leonard.
Tigers 7, White Sox 6
The Tigers walked off in the extra inning. White Sox Zephyr Christensen, Angelo Segretto and Masachika Sato each had multi-hit games. The Tigers were propelled to victory by key late game hits from Blake Engleking and Gabriel Ketih. Robert Hipwell had a single and a double with an RBI.