Alameda Little League
Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 7, Funtime Photo Booth Yankees 2: For the Red Sox, Scott Kelly went 3 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Wylie Jordan added a single and a double and two RBIs, and James Kapp contributed an RBI single.
Seelenbacher Jewelers Red Sox 2, Glaizer Yee LLLP Nationals 0: Red Sox pitcher Joe Gibbons didn't allow any runs in the game. Brandon Lim drove in a run with a bunt to third to lead the Red Sox offense.
Dr. Vicki Wang Orthodontics Twins 5, Funtime Photo Booth Yankees 0: Yankees' Michael Proffitt threw seven shutout innings and Elexsio Pelayo caught an over-the-back fly. For the Twins, Max Nyrop and K.W. Quilici combined on the shutout, Sam Silberstein added two hits, and Jonathan Andrews caught all nine innings.
Jim Bustos Plumbing 12, McGuiness and Northridge Marlins 10: For the Dodgers, Ryan Floyd had three RBIs, Connor Bustos had an RBI double and scored a run, and Jackson Ade added two hits.
Encinal Market Hooks 17, Craft Beer and Winde Red Wings 3: For the Hooks, Luke Freeman hit a solid double and Declan Howard anchored the defense with strong play at first base.
Dr. Johnson & Dr. Jolley Orthodontics, Anabiosis CPR/ First Aid Training Iron Pigs 8, Craft Beer and Winde Red Wings 3: The Red Wings'
Lucas Baldizan made an outstanding outfield catch and Jacob Baca played strong defense from behind the plate, while James Moore paced the offense with a double.
Karin Fox Harbor Bay Realty Rivercats 19, Vator Express 6: Jonathan Schnoebelen hit a single, double and triple for the Express while Justin Blake and Henry Pace each made a big infield play for outs. For the Rivercats, great defense was turned in by Zak Zimmerman and timely hitting was provided by Tommy Igo and Robert Jensen.
Craft Beer & Wine Red Wings 10, Harbor Bay Realty, Karin Fox Rivercats 9: Evan Hesse provided two triples while Ethan Thomas pitched three solid innings for the Rivercats. Justin Cala added two hits. For the Red Wings, Quinn Rasmussen and James Moore both hit home runs. Christopher Schaefer scored the winning run on a bunt by Joshua Blackman.
Scolari's Good Eats Bats 12, Red Onion Rock Hounds 9: For the Red Onion Rock Hounds, Nathan Jaramillo led the offense with three hits. Tyler Ray and Hugh Saulsbury also added two hits apiece. For the Scolari's Good Eats Bats, Jacey Canalin and Jonah Hammond went 2 for 2. On the mound, Subby Wolff Urzua Ahadu Zemenfes and Isaac Yoon combined for 16 strikeouts.
Jack's Restaurant and Bar Thunder 5, Alamo Capital Riverdogs 9: For the Thunder, Ty Menze doubled and made a double play from center. Jack Marcovici made two putouts. Jack Baker and James Burke both drove in runs. For the Riverdogs, Nick Robertson drove in two runs with a double and Diego Ortiz added two hits and scored two runs. Nathan Kent pitched two scoreless innings and struck out five.
Shooting Stars Mud Hens 13, Alameda Theater Bulls 5: For the Mud Hens, Owen Merritt and Patrick Baggett each hit two-run doubles. Zachary Nordberg had an unassisted double play. Matthew Mainguy struck out the side in the sixth inning. For the Bulls, David Gibbs and Rex Weber combined for six hits, while Sage Roy-Burman and Maurcicio Rosales allowed five runs over four innings and struck out six.
Parker and Sears Orthodontics Hot Rods 7, Alameda Natural Grocery Bees 18: For the Hot Rods, Henry Weichart led the offense with an RBI triple and Anthony Sono and Christian Chu also drove in runs. Jacob Whorley struck out six batters. Nicholas Dunwood Jr. led the Bees with a hard-hit single up the middle. Owen Sacco contributed an RBI single.
TMS Automotive Sea Dogs 17, Parker & Sears Orthodontics Hot Rods 16: For the Sea Dogs, Rafael Arredondo played well at second base and Reed Hong pitched a scoreless sixth inning. Luke Allen stole home for the game-winning run. For the Hot Rods, Zachary Lachs went 3 for 3, while Judah Morenz, Wesley Karp and Turner Wasson turned in great defense.
Collision Repair Lugnuts 13, Elks Lodge 1015 Muckdogs 11: The Lugnuts' offense was led by Joshua Chang and Myles Handler. Ryan Hans and Sandor Strong recorded key outs in the field. For the Muckdogs, Gavin Pryor went 3 for 3 while David McNamara, Weston Andrews and Matthew Thornton showed great teamwork and combined for a double play.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 17, Collision Repair Lugnuts 14: For the Lugnuts, Jonah Abrami hit two doubles and Eric Thies added two base hits. Tyler Hampton made a big catch in right field.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 15, Claremont Behavioral Services Owlz 3: For the Blue Claws, Marcelo Quirk and Makana Berzabal each hit four singles. James Alexander caught a fly ball in center field. For the Owlz, Eli Slez, Mateo Delgado and Nolan Shultz contributed singles.
Alameda Elks Lodge 1015 Muckdogs 21, King of Thai Noodle Tincaps 8: Tincaps infielder Porter Starnes caught a pop fly out and turned an unassisted double play, while Keanu Hennings went 3 for 3 including an RBI double. For the Muckdogs, Jazlyn Alcantar went 3 for 3 and scored three runs, and Isaac Camacho made a terrific play in right field.
Neptune Beach Pearl Blue Claws 21, Kelly Lux Insurance Iron Birds 7: For the Iron Birds, Jon Jones, Edward Gross and Daniel Kinna played great defense, while Kyle Skuta and Noah Klube paced the offense with base hits. For the Blue Claws, Kyle Nguyen hit a double, two singles, and turned a stellar double play with first baseman Hudson Taylor. Jackson Walker contributed three singles.
Alameda Collision Repair Lugnuts 13, King of Thai Noodle Tincaps 3: For the Tincaps, Ryan Wiley made a big stop at third base, and Antonio Arevalo showed toughness at catcher. For the Lugnuts, Ryan Hans had two hits including a double. Myles Handler added two hits and Matthew Marx and Leo Paredes both had a good game.
Sports Authority Red Sox vs. Guaranteed Rate Orioles: For the Red Sox, Clara Johnson-Sandval went 2 for 2 at the plate and drove in a run. Miles Wilson assisted in two outs at first base and David Wolff-Urzua made a great play at third. For the Orioles, Julius Cenidoza and Luke Saum combined on an out and Grant Tomono stopped a grounder and tagged the runner out. Christian DeGuzman paced the offense with a solid hit.
Dragon Rouge Tigers vs. Central Plumbing D'backs: Tigers Joseph Cutting hitting a solid single and a double and Alex Prather driving in a run with a single. D'backs Tiago Silva went 2 for 2 and played great defense as catcher. Jayven Franklin had two hits and drove in two runs. Franklin also made a leaping grab for a key out.
Guaranteed Rate Orioles vs. Advisory Consulting Rockies: For the Orioles, Kandan Saheba fielded a line drive and made the out at second base. Nathan Leung made a sacrifice hit to bring in a run from Julius Cenidoza. Rockies catcher Robbie Stebbins had a force out at home and Peyton Cheung turned in an unassisted out at third.
MJS Web Solutions Dodgers, Fassio Tax Service Rangers: Tej Panchal and Miles Bayley each drove in runs for the Dodgers, while Nicholas Swartz and Brody Esquer turned ground balls around for plays to first.
Litho Process A's vs. Yojimbo Sushi Mets: For the A's, Lukas Lager beat out an infield hit, Dylan Speed caught everything at first base, and Kirk Humbles had the longest hit of the day. The Mets got nice hits from Ryan May and Kylie Zorn, who twice cleared the bases.
Cerda-Zein Real Estate Cubs vs. Shooting Stars Phillies: Marcus Yeh, Benji Doten, and Brandon Ng all had key hits for the visiting Cubs. For the Phillies, Arianna Gates did a great job at home plate, John Inocencio gave it his all as pitcher, and Oliver Freyre scored twice.
MJS Web Solutions Dodgers vs. Bladium Braves: Tej Panchal and Miles Bayley each drove in runs for the Dodgers, while Nicholas Swartz and Brody Esquer turned ground balls around for plays to first. For the Braves, Kathan Tran, Donovan Masga and Mason Daon led the offense with run-scoring hits.
Dragon Rouge Tigers vs. Safeway Stores Angels: The Tigers' Seamus Connolly made a play from left field to anchor the defense.
Next Level Speed Demons 12, Oakland Tsunami 8: Taylor Andolsek retired the side and helped his cause with a home run, a triple and four RBIs to lead the Speed Demons. Ariana Strauser, Cate Rosenbaum, Elizabeth Ekern and Lareina Solis turned in strong defense.
Alameda Auto Body purple Poison 16, Oaland Riveter's 3: In the top of the second, Ashley Aguayo, who also pitched a great inning, hit a two-run single to pace the Poison offense. Gabby Chao was solid in the field and turned in two outs with strong throws to first. Olivia Brune also played strong defense at third and Kamyrn Beene pitched well.
Ross, Sinclaire & Associates Green Goblins 2, Piedmont Silver Dolphins 0: In crosstown 8U girls' softball action at windy Krusi Field, the bats of Alameda's Ross, Sinclaire & Associates Green Goblins came alive. The Goblins got on board when Anne Rosenbaum plated Lola Whalen and Lucy Allison with a two-run double. It was all the Goblins' would need as their pitchers, including Skylar Hart and Lindsay Taggart, combined for a shutout. Alex Gunning and Clara Milsten contributed timely hits to seal the win.
Harbor Bay Realty Thunderbolts vs Wellgarud Insurance Monsters: For the Thunderbolts', Zaia Kramer reached base with a single, then came around to score for the first run of the game. Cadence Trammel drove in several runs and Clare Jackson contributed a solid hit to left field.
Santa Clara Systems Little Red Cherries vs Tucker's Sparkling Blue Dolphins: For the Little Red Cherries, Leah Benson, Sadie Mozenter and Isabella McCaslin paced the offense with solid base hits. Ella Dowdy made a strong throw to Leah Benson for a key out at first. Eri Kakuno and Ellie Abe also turned in good defense.
Alameda Soccer Club
U14 Girls Competition:
ASC Islanders 4, Barcelona Deportiva 0; ASC Islanders 6, Ajax East Bay 1: Olivia Low led the Islanders in their two-game weekend with the opening goal against Barcelona Deportiva, and two opening goals against Ajax East Bay. Other scorers included Olivia Sprouse, Sydney Owyang, Maia Chareonsuphiphat, Lauren Lum, and Katie Gee. While these girls converted the scoring opportunities, the goals all resulted from strong teamwork, smart passing, and good use of open space.
U12 Boys Recreational
ASC Olympians 5, MSC Red Hawks 3: Four quick goals in the first half by the Olympians and their aggressive offensive press kept the Red Hawks on their heels. Forward Jake Dignon scored his first of two goals on a superb cross from center midfielder Leo Meyers. Alex Amaral, Joshua Yang, and Leo Meyers scored the final three goals in the Olympians' victory.