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Orioles’ bats are hot in Truckee Little League

Following are scores from the last week of play in Truckee Little League. Scores reflect those turned in by coaches by Monday at noon.

Longs Drug Store Orioles 20 – Yankees 10

The O’s were hot:

Marshall Harvey, Scott Decker, Owen Smith and Cole Froelich each scored three runs. Kiernan Mooney was 2 for 3 with a super triple and two runs scored. Andy Dahlen also scored two runs.

Bringing home a single run each were David Susman, Austin Lynch and Drew Blanford.

Froelich pitched two and a half innings, racking up six strikeouts. Decker came in as relief pitcher and took three strikeouts finishing out the game. Defense was tight today.

Every batter scored this game.

“It was one of the best games of the season,” said Craig Harvey.

Lions Club Cubs 25 – Northstar-at-Tahoe Mariners 20

Augie Schott had two home runs; while Andrew Pado, Tucker Ballister and Kevin Bachas each hit a home run.

Pado caught a pop fly at first and tagged runners out at first; Dylan Carroll to Bachas for an out at second and the same play for an out at first; Ballister tagged two runners out at first.

Reds vs. Truckee River Assoc. A’s

Katy Grady hit a grand slam into right field. Dylan Licciardo – way to move at first base. Ryan Vincent played hard as pitcher. Boston Ferrerra and Matthew Rickert are hitting pitched balls now.

Don’s Welding Yankees 10 – Rockies 9

Tony Lavezzo was a tiger at bat with two doubles, a base hit and several RBI. Paris Tenorio had an awesome pitching game. Kevin Sahlberg threw a great out from center field to catcher Amanda Brown-Sage at home plate. Katie Geresy made some great plays at first base.

A’s 14 – Rockies 5

With the combined pitching of Chris Pearson, Joe Click and Eric Newland, the A’s held the Rockies to a one-hit ball game. The A’s went on to win 14-5. Pearson led hitting, going 3 for 3.

Kyle Adams DDS A’s 21 – CTF and Assoc. Yankees 14

The Yankees played their hearts out Thursday night, but the A’s were on top of their game. The Yankees’ top batters were Cruz Esquivel, who was 4 for 4 with two singles and two home runs; and Matt Hoehn, who was 3 for 3 with two singles and a triple.

“It was a great effort by all the players,” said Galeen Strattonz.

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