Pleasanton Girls Softball League

Major Black Division

Baron's Jewelers 12, Amador Valley Optometric 8: For Baron's Jewelers, Lauren Hermes went 3 for 3 including a double and one RBI, Vanessa Zapata and Halle Uhl both went 3 for 5 and combined for four RBI. For Amador Valley Optometric, Samantha Santana had a three-run home run to lead the offense, while teammates Alli Stowel and Emily Yamasaki both went 2 for 3.

Minor Teal Division

Association Management Solutions 5, Logo Boss 3: For Association Management Solutions, Cynthia Arriaga had two hits and on the mound she struck out four and caught a pop fly. Emily Sanchez also caught a pop up and drove in two runs. Emma Seitz struck out two batters and closed out the game. For Logo Boss, pitchers Emma Crabb and Juniper Huneke kept the game close, while Peyton Williams paced the offense.

Association Management Solutions 11, Hyatt House Pleasanton 1: For Association Management Solutions, Minami Smalheiser anchored the defense from shortstop, turning a double play and hauling in a tough pop fly. Adriana Martinez struck out two batters and also hit a double, and Isabella Damaser made two strong throws from third to first for outs. Martinez and Damaser also drove in runs. For Hyatt House Pleasanton, Victoria Galvan, Haley Kolon and Ellie McElroy were top players.

Mini Teal Division

Brandon McGuire State Farm 10, B&S Hacienda Auto Body 2: For B&S Hacienda Auto Body, Lauren Pollack, Jordan Searwar and Ava Thompson-Ryan were top players.


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Vagaro 9, Leslie Wolf State Farm 1: For Vagaro, Isabella Tesconi pounded two hits, including hitting in the go-ahead run. Brooke Elson demonstrated her offensive and defensive talents, recording a hit and a key out that ended a rally. Trixie Ramirez led the offense with a 3 for 3 day at the plate, including a double. For Leslie Wolf State Farm, Emily Simon led the defense, catching two tough fly balls and pitching two solid innings. Alexia Garcia provided strong play at first base and Chloe Yeagly led the offense with an RBI triple.

B&S Hacienda Auto Body 4, Sens Research 4: With two outs in the final inning, B&S Hacienda Auto Body tied the game with a two-run single and pushed the game to a tie. Kylie Beeby, Lauren Pollack and Jordan Searwar were top players. For Sens Research, Samaan Beliakoff, Megan Berschens and Kyleigh Leung were top players.

Handles Gastropub 10, Brandon McGuire State Farm 9: For Handles Gastropub, Ashlee O'Dell hit a double and Imoen Bradley drove in the winning run, while Hanna Walder anchored the defense and snagged a tough line drive from the mound. For Brandon McGuire State Farm, Mckenna Madden pitched well and was backed by strong defense from Bela Madden and Alex Surrena-Thompson.

Micro Teal Division

Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors vs. Land Home Financial: For Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors, Aliyah Armendirez and Abby Harmon combined for a double play and Paige Nothelfer assisted on several outs on first base. For Land Home Financial, Ella Green, Paige O'Brien and Sydney Stark were top players.

Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors vs. Schlicher Orthodontics: For Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors, catcher Allison Clark saved a run with an out at the plate, while teammates Tanaya Barrett and Caitlyn Burgess led the offense with several base hits. For Schlicher Orthodontics, Sydney Head anchored the defense from the catcher position, while pitcher Alyssa Ager kept the game close. Ishita Kottakota led the offense with a solid base hit.

Micro White Division

BringHome.scentsy.us vs. Abrew Construction: For BringHome.scentsy.us, Reese Seltzer had an RBI single, Amanda Bilter provided several hits, and Quinn Seltzer turned in an unassisted double play. For Abrew Construction, Sarah Bull, Olivia Marcoux and Kensington Abrew were top players.

BringHome.scentsy.us vs. FutureFund: BringHome.scentsy.us was led by Athena Coutches and Ella Kuipers at the plate, and in the field Lena Clark anchored the defense with a nice play at short stop. For FutureFund, Ashley Mantha hit an RBI single and Alyssia Stevens added a line drive base hit up the middle. Kaeliana DePerio showed off her glove skills at third base and recorded several outs.

T-Ball Division

4LEAF, Inc. vs. Uncle Credit Union: Natalie Knosp and Thea DeGroot led Uncle Credit Union with key hits, while Sarah Candland made some great infield plays. 4LEAF had timely hits by Amelia Umentum and Annabel Gomes. Defensively, Aurora "Speedy" Nicolas made several strong throws to first.

Pro Image Studios vs. Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors: Top players for Pro Image Studios included Addison Chandler, Jacie Childers and Rylee Costello. For Tim McGuire/Alain Pinel Realtors, Karina Badger, Vanessa Valle and Isabella Wyrough were top players.

Pro Image Studios vs. Richert Lumber Ace Hardware: Clair Yung of Richert Lumber Ace Hardware showed off her strong arm and Charlotte Santana knocked the cover off the ball for Pro Image Studios. Other top players for Richert Lumber Ace Hardware were Isabella Beatty and Madison Bona. For Pro Image Studios, Colie Armstrong and Haley Madson were top players.

West Coast Soccer

NorCal State Cup

Girls U16

On May 10, the Norcal State Cup Championship was held at the new Mary Grogan Soccer Complex in Modesto and the West Coast Wild defended their title and retained it once again.

On the way to another finals appearance, the Wild defeated San Juan 2-0 in the quarterfinals, and Davis Legacy 2-1 in the semifinals. In the finals, the Wild faced off against Santa Clara Sporting Green and after trailing 1-0 early the Wild rallied in the second half when Hanna Beauchamp found Sydni Lunt for the game-tying score. The game went to overtime and the Wild quickly scored when Beauchamp slotted the ball to Kassidee Wiley, who found the net past the keeper. The win marks the Wild's second consecutive title, a first for all Livermore soccer teams.

With the State Cup victory, the Wild also earned a spot in the U.S. Club National Championship competition in Greensboro, N.C. on July 18-2. Next up for the West Coast Wild is a trip to the Pacific Northwest to the Showcase of Champions in Seattle, where they will compete in the WCDA College Showcase. For more information on Wild go to www.westcoastsoccerclub.com