Baseball

Major Division

Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 4, Pappo Athletic's 2: For the Red Sox, Jackson Saulovich led the offense with a triple and an RBI. Tomas Dumont added a single and a stolen base. For the A's, Jackson Rodriguez hit a triple and Leo Miranda added a line drive single, while Zach Hester threw out two base runners.

Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics 7, Jim Bustos Plumbing Dodgers 1: For the Twins, Sophie Nilsson doubled, scored twice, and made a key play at shortstop. Kyle Arndt and Michael Shih each reached base twice. For the Dodgers, Derek Balaian doubled then scored, Ryan Floyd made a great catch in left field.

AAA Division

Dr. Johnson & Dr. Jolley Orthodontics/Anabiosis CPR/First Aid Training Iron Pigs 18, Richmond Athletics 0: Iron Pig pitchers Ryan Chang, Luis Licea, Kyle Spaulding and Brandon Gross combined for a shutout. The entire squad hit well and was led by hits from Jacob McNamee, Ben Flournoy, Justin Walker, and Kory Choy.

Little House Cafe Stars 12, Alameda Pediatric Dentistry Fightin' Phils 8: For the Stars, Eugene Gardner had a two-run homer, while Landon Marsh hit a triple and pitched two scoreless innings for the win. For the Phils, Thomas Cooke hit a home run and drove in two runs. Teddy Hernandez pitched three solid innings and added two hits. J.P. Chiu added a single and a double.


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Vator Express 5, Jodi Snyder, Psy.D.Threshers 2: For the Express, Damon Lang made a great throw from right for an out at second. Henry Pace, Tanner Roizen and Zach Hayward all had strong outings on the mound.

AA Division

Jack's Bar & Restaurant Thunder 5, Baron's Meat & Poultry Dragons 2: Thunder's Kai Shimp made two put-outs and hit a line-drive single. Daniel Velichko pitched a shutout inning with just 11 pitches. Daniel worked with Liam Sullivan combined for an out at third, and catcher Junior Perez made a nice tag at home for an out. For the Dragons, Evan Green had two doubles and three consecutive strikeouts on the mound. Lee John Majerus stole home and also turned in a key play at third which saved a run from scoring. Diego Palacios made two stellar defensive plays.

Alameda Therater Bulls 14, Scolari's Good Eats Bats 9: The Bats Walker Keating hit an RBI double. Fionn Meagher and Bice Rojo hit RBI singles. Joey Fedor played well defensively. Subby Wolff-Urzua pitched exceptionally well. For the Bulls Nathan King, Ryan Hand and David Gibbs doubled. Key defensive plays were made by Rex Weber, James Hardy and Maurcio Rosales.

Alamo Capital Riverdogs 9, Baron's Meat and Poultry Dragons 8: For the Alamo Capital Riverdogs, Ethan Wasserman had a big hit and Jacob Goodman played great defense. Diego Ortiz pitched well for the win. For the Dragons, Shaan Castro walked twice, stole home twice, and pitched two innings. Anthony Jones turned in a key putout to keep the game close.

Scolari's Good Eats Bats 19, Jack's Restaurant and Bar Thunder 4: Bats pitchers Joey Fedor, Ahadu Zemenfes, Aaron Leung and Subby Wolff Urzua combined for eight strikeouts. Offensively, Isaac Yoon had a single and a double. For the Thunder Landon Gee went 3 for 3 with an RBI, and Daniel Velichko added a two-run single. Nico Araujo struck out four and catcher Sanjay Cordova controlled the action behind the plate.

A Division

Alameda Family Dentistry Grasshoppers 24, King of Thai Noodle House Tincaps 5: For the Tincaps, catcher Jack Carlisle had three hits, while Porter Starnes added a double and strong defense. Gaelen Dudley, Archer Hilsabeck, Luca Danzi and Ryan Wiley had two singles apiece. For the Grasshoppers, Pierce Lapachet and Damarius Gates both had three hits. William Kelly and Cyrus Jones doubled, while Micah Rezendez anchored the defense with two unassisted double plays.

Farm Division

Sports Authority Red Sox vs. YoJimbo Sushi Marlins: For the Red Sox, Aidan Sloan went 2 for 2 at the plate and drove in a run. Tyler Ichihara assisted in two outs at first base and Ian Love made a great play at third. For the Marlins, leadoff hitter J.J. Barbey contributed two singles to start off two rallies. William Keys turned in several nice defensive plays at catcher.

Alameda Collision & Repair Giants vs. Guaranteed Rate Orioles: For the Orioles, Evan Furuichi's two-run single paced the offense. Christian DeGuzman and Alexander Htoo each scored two runs. Julius Cenidoza showed great hustle in the outfield. For the Giants, Lana Schullstrom led the offense with two base hits, while Amaru Guerra played great defense on first base. Bryson Edwards made an out at first and third.

Dragon Rouge Tigers vs. Ocean's Halo Twins: Tiger Maxwell Stuart made three put-outs and Oskar Jones hit a solid drive that reached the outfield. Kieran Murray made an unassisted out at second base. For the Twins, Zachary Pippen at shortstop and Jackson Wattley on the mound showed great glove-work. Sammy Lovering and Daniel Pell paced the offense with two hits apiece.

T-Ball Division

Bladium Crossfit Braves, The Alameda Fix It Guy Pirates: For the Braves, Sullivan Glick, Emilia Puertas, Olivia Dupree and Zorana Pieda led the offense with multiple hits and RBIs. For the Pirates, Gage Boggan led the offense and Tristan Portolese added a base hit. Austin Britton ignited the defense with a stellar play at first and pitcher Pierson Burke made a nice catch and throw to first for an out. Connor Kniep also made a strong throw to home for a key out.

Litho Process A's, Torrey Pines Bank Cardinals: For the Litho Process A's, Hayden Strickland cleanly fielded a ground ball at first and beat the runner to the bag. Katie McKean made a strong throw from right field for an out at first. Jesse Lee, William Su, and Maya Quilici paced the offense with hits that reached the outfield.

Alameda Soccer

Girls U9

Alameda Islanders 6, Bay Oaks 1: The Islanders had a tireless offense throughout the game with Avery Sims, Catie Price, Clara Milsten and Reese Griffith scoring goals. The team showed excellent teamwork with crisp passing, and had lead support from Annabella Misa, Kelsey Lamb, and Charlotte Tama.

Montclair Clippers 1, Piedmont Highlanders 0: With guidance from head coach, Francesca Ross, and assistant coach, Felix Torres, Montclari won both games of their games. The first game against the Piedmont Highlanders was a nail biter. Charlotte Beckner displayed excellent ball handling and scored the lone game-winning goal. Fiori Morin defended the goal and made several key saves late in the game.

Montclair Clippers 2, Alameda Islanders 0: The Clippers came up with another shutout victory, despite strong defense from Islanders' Lea McKenna, Avery Sims, Clara Milsten and Catie Price. The Clippers' Annaliese Eichelberger played a great game in the goal, and Sadie Town used her speed and dribbling skills to break through the defense and produce the first goal. Ella Torres sealed the game with a deep shot that found the net in the second half.

Swimming

Alameda Island Aquatics sent 19 swimmers to compete at Pacific Swimming's Short Course Junior Olympics, held in Concord on March 14-16.

Girls 10U

Hannah Boles -- placed in four finals: sixth in 100 freestyle (1:04.44), eighth in 200 freestyle (2.19.95), third in 50 backstroke (32.53), seventh in 50 butterfly (32.36).

Ella Hidalgo -- reached seven finals and swam to personal bests in all seven events: 4th in 50 freestyle (28.82), 5th in 100 freestyle (1:03.74), 4th in 200 freestyle (2:17.56), second in 50 backstroke (32.22), third in 100 backstroke (1:10.61), sixth in 100 butterfly (1:13.26), third in 100 IM (1:10.96).

Sophie Klube -- reached two finals and two consolation finals: fourth in 50 backstroke (33.55), eighth in 50 breaststroke (37.06), ninth in 100 breaststroke (1:21.99) and 100 IM (1:12.98).

Grace Wilson -- swam to two personal best times in 50 breaststroke (41.92) and 100 breastroke (1:28.68).

Boys 10U

Oliver Cantal -- made four finals and two consolation finals: eighth in 100 freestyle (1:08.97), seventh in 500 freestyle (6:29.89), fifth in 100 backstroke (1:17.32), 13th in 100 butterfly (1:22.30), eighth in 100 IM (1:16.87), and 13th in 200 IM (2:45.58).

Kevin Habek -- reached two consolation finals and swam both in personal best times: 11th. 50 breaststroke (40.57), 10th in 100 breaststroke (1:27.22) with a New Far Western Qualifying Time.

Girls 11-12

Maria Clavin -- swam to six personal best times out of seven events, dropping :11 seconds in 400 IM (5:12.02)

Ashley Hendrawan -- swam to four personal best times out of six events, winning the 200 butterfly consolation final with a New Far Western Qualifying Time of 2:29.56.

Carly Powers -- in six events, Powers reached the consolation final in 200 freestyle (2:13.74).

Audrey Tran -- who only recently aged up to the 11-12 age group, swam both the 50 butterfly (31.75) and 100 butterfly (1:11.11).

Boys 11-12

Ian Ordinario -- swam to two new Far Western Qualifying Times*, and swam in two finals and three consolation finals: eigth in 50 freestyle (26.53), 11th in 100 freestyle (57.61), third in 50 breaststroke (33.61*), ninth in 50 butterfly (29.95), 11th in 200 IM (2:21.29*).

Girls 13-14

Julianna Cardenas -- competed in 100 breaststroke (1:15.26) and 200 breaststroke (2:42.48)

Maddy Delore --made two finals and two consolation finals: seventh in 50 freestyle (25.12), seventh in 100 breaststroke (1:08.79), 15th in 100 butterfly (1:01.91), ninth in 200 butterfly with a personal best and New Far Western Qualifying time of 2:17.06.

Boys 13-14

Arron Clavin -- placed in five finals, making a new Far Western Qualifying Time in 400 IM (3rd) 4:28.31. Fourth in 200 backstroke (2:06.67), seventh in 100 breaststroke (1:05.73), fourth in 200 breaststroke (2:19.48), and sixth in 200 IM (2:06.88).

Anthony Oreshkov -- swam to two personal bests in 100 freestyle (53.59) and 100 butterfly (1:00.87).

Girls 15-16

Catherine Boles -- made finals in all seven events, taking first in five of those events: 100 freestyle (51.68), 200 freestyle (1:51.69), 500 freestyle (4:56.76), 1650 freestyle (17:13.50), and 200 backstroke (2:03.23). Also place second in 100 backstroke (57.42), and fourth in 100 butterfly (58.83).

Laura Fornshell -- made Finals in all seven events, taking 1st place in 1000 freestyle (10:29.18) and 200 IM (2:08.08). Also placed second in 100 freestyle (52.16), second in 200 freestyle (1:54.23), third in 100 backstroke (59.53), third in 200 backstroke (2:08.01), and second in 400 IM (4:34.60).

Alexa Lum -- swam to four personal best times out of five events and dropped 6.5 seconds to place seventh in 400 IM (4:54.73) and 13th in 200 backstroke (2:15.89).

Girls 17-18

Rebecca Krause -- swam to five personal best times out of seven events, swimming in five finals and two consolation finals. She made a new Far Western Qualifying time in 100 butterfly (3rd) 1:00.60, and took first in 100 backstroke (1:02.12), second in 100 freestyle (57.43), 10th in 200 freestyle (2:00.79), fourth in 500 freestyle (5:31.84), 10th in 200 backstroke (2:15.05), and 3rd in 200 butterfly (2:14.94).