Truckee Little League 9-10 All-Stars improve to 2-0
CARSON CITY and#8212; Miles Guiragossian pitched a complete game no-hitter Monday night to lead Truckee Little League’s 9-10 All-Stars to a 12-1 win over North Tahoe in the Carson City All-Star Tournament.
Truckee is now 2-0 after beating Sparks National 12-2 to open the tournament over the weekend. The team needed a win Tuesday night over Reno American West to advance to the quarterfinals. The game was scheduled to start at 8 p.m. at Governors Field in Carson City.
Guiragossian, who struck out the side in the second, third and fourth innings, kept North Tahoe hitters off balance with an effective knuckle ball that was handled nicely behind the plate by catcher Slater Stewart.
North Tahoe’s one run came in the first inning on two walks and a passed ball.
Trailing 1-0 after two innings, Truckee’s David Fenton gave Truckee a 2-1 lead with a two-RBI base hit in the third, and Ethan Rohlf added to an eight-run fourth inning with a leadoff home run. Andrew Elder contributed to the rally with a two-RBI base hit.
The 9-10 All-Stars began the Carson City All-Star Tournament this past weekend with a 12-2 win over Sparks National.
Pitcher Austin Johnson started for Truckee and was relieved by Ethan Rohlf and Luke Smith, who also had a big game at the plate with several hits.
Truckeeand#8217;s all-stars jumped out to a quick lead before the game was called on the 10-run mercy rule after the fifth inning.
The Truckee team returns four players from last yearand#8217;s squad that went 3-2 and made it to the quarterfinals. The four returning players include Austin Johnson, Ethan Rohlf, Luke Smith and Miles Guiragossian, also a pitcher who contributed a triple against Sparks.
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