Pleasanton Girls Softball League
Major Black Division
Hopyard Alehouse 9, Amador Valley Optometric 0: Hannah Schott belted a three-run homer and later added a double as top-seeded Hopyard Alehouse won its playoff debut. Hannah Haynie pitched a complete game and earned the shutout victory for Hopyard. Kate Inman had a pair of RBI singles to lead the offense, while doubles also came from Emma Garman (RBI), Claire Armstrong, Olivia McGee, Courtney Beaudin and Maddie Hildebrand. Amador Valley Optometric had base hits from Sam Santana, Libby Schlag, Amber Doyle and Jaylah Abello.
Minor Black Division
Securities America 8, Protein Simple 1: Kristen Gonzales, Emily Gossett, Meghann Klein, Alejandra McElroy, Amanda Mero, AJ Molina, Julia Novi, Isabella Restani, Rachel Singh, Valeria Torres-Colon, Sydney Walsh, and Daylin Williams all played well for Protein Simple. Coaches Jason Novi and Ron Restani, did a terrific job leading the squad to a successful season.
Mini Black Division
RBP Consulting 10, Kota Networks 3: RBP Consulting advanced in the playoffs after defeating Kota Networks. Sofia Blaschka led the offense with a two-run single, while Natalie O'Sullivan pitched a complete game and held Kota to just three runs. O'Sullivan helped her cause by drawing three walks and scoring three runs. Jaylee Marshall caught two line drives at third base for the winners. For Kota Networks, Audrey Davis (2 1B) and Alyssa Reiner (2 1B) led the offense while Grace Holmes and Andrea Gregory each scored a run.
Mini Teal Division
B&S Hacienda Auto Body 11, Handles Gastropub 4: B&S Hacienda Auto Body advanced over Handles Gastropub but the game was closer than the final score indicated. Top players for B&S Hacienda Auto Body were Advika Deodhar, Ashley Hinkle, Ava Thompson-Ryan. For Handles Gastropub, Ashlee O'Dell hit her first home run of the season, while teammates Sydney Voorhees and Hannah Walden were also standout players.