Livermore American Little League

AAA Division

Giants 15, Phillies 1: For the Giants, Aden Calvacanti (1B, 2B, 2 IP, 4 K), and Isaac Tufts (1B, 2 RBI) led the offense, while Jeffrey Fairbanks played strong defense at second. For the Phillies Royal Jones (1B, RBI) and Eric Vandagriff (1B, R) led the offense while Cameron Winter anchored the defense.

Giants 12, Phillies 11: For the Giants, Cayden Ho (1B, 2B, R, 2 RBI, SB), Mason Groom (2B, RBI), Michael Bearden (HR, R, RBI) were top players. For the Phillies, Jesse Goodman (3B, 3 RBI), Aiden Barlett (3B, R), and Zachary Neal (1B, RBI) were top players.

AA Division

Giants 18, Padres 14: For the Giants Steven Lee (2 R, 2 SB), Kevin Collity (2 2B, 3B), and Joe Doughty (3 for 4, 3B, 3 RBI) led the offense. For the Padres, Joey Orluck (3 for 3, 4 RBI, 1 IP, 2 K), Michael Grant (3B, 3 RBI) led the offense, while Dylan Prusso made a great defensive play in the outfield.

Orioles 19, Padres 5: For the Orioles, Joey Gilbertson (1B, R, RBI, 2 SB), Jack Davis (1B, R, 3 RBI, 2 IP, 5 K), and Adams Doyle (2 1B, R, 4 RBI) were top players. Top players for the Padres were Jarret Williams (2 1B, 2B, 2 RBI, SB), Matthew Villareal (1B, R, RBI, SB), and Justin Torres (1B, 3B, RBI).

Orioles 16, Padres 6: For the Orioles, Shane Napier (4 RBI), Drew Kardy (R, RBI), while Adams Doyle anchored the defense. For the Padres, Nicholas Silva (2B, R, 2 RBI, SB), Justin Torres (2 R, RBI, 4 SB), and Connor Toland (1B, 2 SB) were top players.

Cardinals 5, Phillies 1: For the Cardinals, Reef Sweeney (2 1B, 4 1/3 IP, ER), Austin Lane (2B, 2 RBI), and Adam Sahn (1B, RBI) were top players. Top players for the Phillies were Steven Sheppard (1B), Parker King (2 IP, 0 R), and Lucas Wallin (1B).

Orioles 15, Padres 10: For the Orioles, Adams Doyle (2 2B, 2 RBI, SB), Kendall Lemmons (1B, BB, SB), and Derek Thompson (4 RBI, 2 IP, 6 K) were top players. Top players for the Pirates were Joseph Lanci, Amelia Sanchez, and Joaquin Sanchez.

Division A

Giants 19, Red Sox 19: For the Giants, Cole Ebel (5 for 5, 3 R, 2 RBI), Regan Smith (4 for 5, 2 R, 5 RBI), and Jake Salhoff (4 for 5), 2 R, 2 RBI) were top players. For the Red Sox, Dominic Medina (4 for 4), Tyler Fortgatsch (3 for 4), and Shane Meyer (2 for 4) were top players.

Yankees 28, Angels 16: For the Angels, Connor Kenyon (2 2B, 2 RBI) and Robert Grout (3 for 3) led the offense, while Trent Terkuerst played strong defense at shortstop. For the Yankees, Logan Moore (5 for 5, 3B, RBI), Mason Schaffer (5 for 5, 2 2B, 5 RBI), and Caiden Coyle (4 for 5, 3 R).

Yankees 14, Angels 9: Top players for the Angels were A.J. Hattaway, Tristan Webb, and Josh Raborn. For the Yankees, Matthew Sunnergen, Henry Gleason, and Daniel Villasenor were top players.

Pleasanton Girls Softball League

Senior Division

Fuji Sushi Boat and Buffet 16, Pegnim & Ivancich LLP 5: For Fuji Sushi Boat and Buffet, Irina Guterrez went 3 for 4, while Mallory Shaffer and Lexi Campisi both hit RBI singles and doubles. For Pegnim & Ivancich LLP, Jennie Gentry and Rachel Miller both drove in a run, while Loren Roundtree contributed an RBI double.

Major Black Division

Greg Jefferies Academy 8, Maverick Networks 5: Top players for Maverick Networks were Lauren Hermes, Alia Paul, and Jessica Shockley. For Greg Jefferies Academy, Serena Crittenden, Allie Defazio, and Hannah Meyers were top players.

Richert Lumber Co., Inc. 9, ACC Environmental 5: For Richert Lumber Co., Jessica O'Neal, Jenna O'Neal and Madely Bianco were top players. For ACC Environmental, Claire Larsen, Meghan Pickett, and Delaney Phipps led the offense with home runs.

Minor Black Division

California Pizza Kitchen 15, Savvy Seconds 2: For California Pizzia Kitchen, Malia Konig (3 1B, 3 RBI) and Brooke Promed (2 for 4, 2 R, 2 RBI) led the offense. For Savvy Seconds, Stephanie Deines, Hannah Haynie, and Emily Yamasaki were top players.

Minor Teal Division

Logo Boss 9, Securities America 4: Highlights: The Logo Boss team visited Securities America this past weekend and put on a show of skills and talent. Logo Boss was led by Beth Earle's shutdown pitching early in the game, and near perfect defense by Cory Stewart. Securities America countered with stellar pitching by Darina Wolfe and some fantastic infield play by Bailey Morita and Anika Nicolas. Bailey and Darina also contributed at the plate in an attempt to comeback and overtake Logo Boss, however it was too little, too late. The icing was put on the victory cake for Logo Boss when Andrea Harding belted a bases clearing double in the final inning.

Top Players: Securities America - Bailey Morita, Anika Nicolas, Darina Wolfe; Logo Boss - Beth Earle, Andrea Harding, Cory Stewart

Mini Black Division

Pleasanton Police Officers Association 9, Athen's Burger 5: Top players for Athen's Burger were Erica Haley, A.J. Molina and Kate Sanders. For Pleasanton Police Officers Association, Emma Chandler (HR, R, 3 RBI), Mackensy Klein (1B, 3 RBI), and Sydney Walsh were top players.

Mini Teal Division

Sonshine Preschool 4, Emohteez 3: For Sonshine Preschool, Rachel Tanis (2 RBI), Hailey Simons (2 1B), and Emily Simon (2 1B) led the offense. Top players for Emohteez were Ella McCarthy, Jordan Lederer, and Olga Merkadeau.

Larry Damasar State Farm 8, Alta Sales Group 2: For Alta Sales Group, Madelyn Murawski, Kaylyn Vahey, and Sheridan Wang were top players. For Larry Damasar State Farm, Kayla Cameron, Grace Caraballo, and Isabella Damaser were top players.

Alta Sales Group 7, Larry Damasar State Farm 7: For Alta Sales Group, Natalia Badger (3B, 2 RBI), Calli Turns (2 2B), and Annika Jernstedt (RBI) were top players. For Larry Damasar State Farm, Isabella Damaser and Emma Rathjen pitched well, while Camille Borris paced the offense with an RBI single.

Alta Sales Group 8, Emohteez 8: For Alta Sales Group, Kaylyn Vahey (2B), Madelyn Murawski (2B, RBI), while Ashlyn Buress played strong defense at pitcher and catcher. For Emohteez, Peyton Boone (2 1B, 2 R), Elina Kulkarni (1B, R), and Olivia Fragomeli (RBI) were top players.

Renee Huber State Farm Insurance 8, State Farm Insurance-Leslie Wolf 4: Top players for Renee Huber State Farm were Sydney Vorhees (2 1B, RBI), Ruby Stinson and Viviana Valle. For State Farm Insurance, Amya Meuniti, Natalie O'Sullivan, and Rylie Palfalvi were top players.

Big Picture Creative 5, Delores Gragg-Keller Williams Realty 0: Top players for Big Picture Creative were Megan Schuerlein (2 IP, 3 K), Rebecca Stumbo (1B, 2B, RBI), and Mia Tarricone (1B, RBI). For Delores Gragg-Keller Williams, Julie Buteau, Sophia Fraher, and Callie McCarthy were top players.

Renee Huber State Farm Insurance 4, Big Picture Creative 1: Top players for Renee Huber State Farm Insurance were Emily Harmon (2 1B), Sydney Vorhees (1B, 2 RBI), and Kenna Asmussen. For Big Picture Creative, Jenna Clune (1B, 3B, R), Rebecca Stumbo (1B, RBI), and Eva Munoz were top players.

Micro Teal Division

PostNet vs. Larry Damasar State Farm: Top players for PostNet were Kiana Fuentes, Bella Gavino, and Keira Gossett. For Larry Damasar State Farm, Shaelyn Buress, Emily Holling, and Maurie Wiley were top players.

Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips & Popcorn vs. NetApp: For Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips & Popcorn, Zoey O'Neill led the offense, while Savannah Montini, Samantha Riter, and Madi May anchored the defense.

Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips & Popcorn vs. Tri Valley Swim America: For Ohana Bros. Island Style Chips & Popcorn, Samantha Riter, Emma Buttafuco and Lizzie Loundagin played strong defense, while Elena Soltero (2 1B, 2 RBI) led the offense.

Micro White Division

KB Homes vs. Bob Frey Real Estate-Remax: For KB Homes, Emily Bull, Meadow Castaneda, and Emma Shenefiel were top players. Top players for Bob Frey Real Estate-Remax were Gabriella Avelar, Caitlyn Burgess, and Kelly Maggiora.

T-Ball division

Cupids Candy Tooth vs. Maverick Networks: For Maverick Networks, Delaney Lee paced the offense with multiple hits, while Ella Choudhry and Sarah Bull recorded several putouts in the field. For Cupids Candy Tooth, Lauren Tran and Caydence Likeness led the offense and Carina Montague anchored the defense with nice plays at catcher and first.

Bringhome.Scentsy.us vs. Cupids Candy Tooth: For Bringhome.Scentsy.us, Audrey Shotland hit two grand slams. Pitcher Olivia Taylor and catcher Kensington Abrew anchored the defense. For Cupids Candy Tooth, Ashleigh Reyes racked up four hits on the day. Hailey Meves added several hits and runs scored, while Julia Snook played strong defense at first base.

Soccer

BUSC U15 Premier

State Cup

Quarterfinals

BUSC 2, Juventus Heat 1: For the second time in two years the BUSC U15 Premier reached the State Cup quarterfinals. BUSC had their work cut out for them as they faced the defending State Cup champions, the Redwood City Juventus. BUSC got on the scoreboard first, when Mitchell Wilson received a clean pass and converted for an early 1-0 lead. In the second half, Ryan Racer kicked a low ball that ricocheted off a Heat defender which gave BUSC a penalty kick. Sam Molz executed it perfectly for the second goal, which ended up being the game-winner.

Semifinals

BUSC 2, PAC Indios 1: The Indios jumped out to an early 1-0 lead against BUSC in the State Cup semifinals. In the second half, BUSC stepped up the defensive pressure and were led by the strong play from center backs Nick Tucker and Armon Ojuola. Midfielder Zachery Connelly had a breakaway just outside of the Indios penalty box but was fouled before he could shoot. Once again, Sam Molz took the penalty shot and found the net. At the end of regulation, the game was still tied at 1-1, so, the match went to two five minute Golden Goal overtime periods. In overtime, Ryan Racer took a shot that reached the mouth of the goal, teammate Jamal Dessouky quickly pounced on the ball and converted for the game winner.

During the fall, the BUSC team finished second in the prestigious NorCal National Premier League. The core of the BUSC team has played together since U9 and U10 divisions. BUSC will face Stockton Monarcas Aztec Warriors in the State Cup finals on May 5 at 11 a.m. in Turlock. The BUSC U15 Premier team consists of: Coach Josh McKay, Sam Molz, Julian Dessouky, Cameron Ritchie, Ryan Racer, Jamal Dessouky, Jackson Still, Youki Chiba, Geoffrey Wiederecht, Jeffrey Klei, Armon Ojoula, Tim San Ford, Omeed Ziari, Nick Tucker, Rodrigo Diaz, and Mitchell Wilson.

Tumbling and Trampoline

Livermore's Springtime Tumbling and Trampoline hosted the Northern California and Nevada State Championships in Tumbling and Trampoline on April 7. The meet determined the State Champions in Trampoline, Double-Mini Trampoline, and Tumbling for Northern California and Nevada. It was also the first qualifier for the Junior Olympic National Championships, to be held July 2-10 in Kansas City, MO. To attend Nationals, gymnasts who are level 5 and over must earn a national qualifying score at either the State Championships or the upcoming Regional Championships to be held May 10-12 in Las Vegas.

Northern California State Champions in Trampoline (Springtime only): Level 5: Miranda Harries; Level 7: Sabra Wilson; Level 8: Nicolai Petersen, Connor Tomlin, Emilio Lehmer, Kendall Aasen; Level 9: Delaney Foote; Level 10: Robathan Harries, Ruben Padilla.

Qualified for Nationals in Trampoline: Level 5: Zoe Harries, Kaitlyn Firestone; Level 6: Ben Tomlin, Jael Jones, Emma Petersen, Megan Wong; Level 7: Timothy Chan, Camille Wong; Level 8: Loren Couture, Nicholas Chan, Jeremy Pigford

Northern California State Champions in tumbling: Level 4: Camille Wong, David Davisson; Level 5: Nicholas Chan, Sabra Wilson; Level 7: Loren Couture, Jelani Roberson, Connor Tomlin; Level 8: Kendall Aasen, Emilio Lehmer, Rebecca Okmin; Level 9: Ruben Padilla

Qualified for Nationals in tumbling: Level 5: Timothy Chan, Megan Wong; Level 6: Nicolai Petersen, Nick Francken, Megan Contarciego; Level 7: Robathan Harries

Northern California State Champions in Double-Mini Trampoline: Level 6: Timothy Chan, Camille Wong; Level 7: Sabra Wilson, Nick Francken; Level 8: Connor Tomlin, David Davisson, Kendall Aasen, Rebecca Okmin, Jelani Roberson, Jeremy Pigford; Level 9: Robathan Harries; Level 10: Ruben Padilla

Qualified for Nationals in Double-Mini: Level 5: Zoe Harries, Kaitlyn Firestone; Level 6: Ben Tomlin, Jael Jones, Megan Wong, Miranda Harries, Emma Petersen; Level 8: Megan Contarciego, Loren Couture, Nicolai Petersen

Water Polo

The Livermore Lazers hosted their last water polo tournament of the Spring season and (their three teams) combined for a 5-1-1 record.

The Co-ed Beginners team played one game and two exhibition matches. They defeated their opponents by a combined score of 17-7. Christian Webb, Maddie Davis and goalkeeper Miara Pipe were the top performers.

The Level 1 Co-ed team got off to a slow start, they tied Oakwood, lost to Ellis, and finally won in a rematch against Oakwood. Maddie Davis led the team in scoring and also played strong defense. Clavin Davis and Gianna Paden anchored the defense, while Luca Cuppoletti, Mia Battilega, Miara Pipe, Robert Sutter, and Gianna Paden contributed goals and assists.

The Level 2 boys team had another great tournament and finished with a perfect 3-0 record. Their opponents (680, Stockton, Olympic) couldn't find the net, thanks to excellent defense by goalie Scott Ragatz. Sean Croghan, Jack Miller, Zac Corbishley, Luca Cuppoletti, David Brooks, and Mia Battilega scored goals. The defense was led by Calvin David, Gianna Paden, Miller, Corbishley, and Brooks.