Softball

12-year-old Division

The Pleasanton Phantom 12C team went undefeated to win San Jose's Twister Classic, rallying for an 11-10 triumph in the championship game against Almaden Lightning.

Cameron Perez's double drove in Kannon Phipps for the winning run in walk-off fashion. Phipps reached on an RBI double that scored Syd West, who belted a two-run triple to spark the rally and bring home Allie McElroy and Molly Perez.

Meghann Klein's pitching was also complemented by the offensive help from Kate Inman (2-for-2, double), Emma Garman (two walks, run) and Aynslee Roberts (single).

Phantom reached the final after a 15-0 rout of the Pleasant Hill Panthers, highlighted by Syd West's three-run triple. Roberts pitched the shutout. Also keying the offense were Isabella Fragomelli (3-for-3, 2 runs), Inman (2-for-3, 2 runs), Hailey Hayes (2-for-3, 2 runs) and Phipps (3 runs).

Garman, Roberts and Angelica Alger had triples in an 11-5, comeback win over the West Valley Stompers. On Saturday, Alger scored two runs in a 5-4 win over Santa Clara, and Phipps hit a three-run triple in a 24-3 victory against Palo Alto.

Phantom opened the tourney with an 8-4 win over Almaden. Cameron Perez's leadoff single started a six-run rally that also included RBI singles from Roberts and Hayes.

10-year-old Division


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The Pleasanton Phantom 10u softball team won the championship in the USSSA Pleasanton Bash Tournament.

The team went 3-0 in pool play. In the first game against AASA Future Stars Red, Pleasanton used a five-run fourth inning to seal it. Andrea Greogry, Jenna Clune, Samantha O'Brien and Sophia Youngberg led the hitting with two hits each. Gabby Tobey added a solo home run in the fourth inning. Caelin Cavanaugh added a triple in the same inning to cap off the comeback.

The second game saw the Phantom up play the AASA Future Stars Blue. Mia Hildebrand threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts to help Pleasanton earn a 5-1 win. Hannah Kramer led the Phantom with two stolen bases as Emma Chandler, Gabby Tobey and AJ Molina each stole a base and scored a run.

Against the ABGSL Sting, a dominant pitching performance by Emma Chandler brought Phantom a 15-0 win to improve to 3-0. Emma struck out seven and only allowed one hit in her performance.

In the semifinals against the AASA Future Stars Red, Emma Chandler, Jenna Clune and Caelin Cavenaugh each added two hits and Samantha O'Brien scored three runs on her own.

That set up the championship game against the California Bombers. A five-run first inning was all Pleasanton needed as the Phantom went on to win 10-2. Mia Hildebrand allowed only one hit and struck out six. AJ Molina and Gabby Tobey each hit round trippers and combined for six RBIs.

Through two tournaments the Pleasanton Phantom team is 9-1, having outscored its opponents 97-35.

T-Ball

Pro Image Studios vs. Richert Lumber Ace Hardware

Top Players: Pro Image Studios -- Colie Armstrong, Jensen Goodwill, Chloe Gronley; Richert Lumber Ace Hardware -- Lydia Frey, Marissa Schaeffer, Claire Yung.

Pro Image Studios vs. Richert Lumber Ace Hardware

Top Players: Pro Image Studios -- Haley Madsen, Charlotte Santana; Richert Lumber Ace Hardware -- Laura Droppo, Katie Musil, Julia Wanis.

Swimming

Club Sport 546, Briarhill 410

Briarhill Barracudas Top Swimmers (age in parenthesis): Ryan Burdusis (6) -- Freestyle, Butterfly; Ryan Hair (14) -- Freestyle, Breaststroke; Isabelle Townsend (14) -- Butterfly, Individual Medley; Peter Rondum (15) -- Breaststroke, Backstroke; Corey Dickson (17) -- Butterfly, Individual Medley.

Club Sport Tidal Waves Top Swimmers: Alexandra Hawthorne (6) -- Freestyle, Breaststroke; Angelina Nodora (8) -- Freestyle, Butterfly; Olivia Joung (10) -- Butterfly, Breaststroke, Individual Medley; Tristan Lalonde (10) -- Freestyle, Butterfly, Individual Medley; Stevie Aronson (11) -- Freestyle, Butterfly, Individual Medley; Jonathan Ye (12) -- Butterfly, Breaststroke, Individual Medley; Jocelyn Wei (16) -- Freestyle, Butterfly, Individual Medley; Stephanie Aronson (17) -- Breaststroke, Backstroke.