Olivares, Iacobellis combined on no-hitter
May 22, 2003
Matt Olivares and Conrad Iacobellis spun a no-hitter as the Dodgers blanked the Mariners 6-0 in South Tahoe National Little League minor division baseball on May 10.
The dynamic duo combined for 16 strikeouts and only three walks.
Cody Williams’ first-inning home run was the only run the Dodgers needed. Williams, Olivares and Tanner Hale provided two hits apiece.
Jared Morris struck out 10 for the Mariners.
Cubs 7, Yankees 4
Fifth-inning singles by James Coolbaugh, Kyle Garon and Lucas Johnstone highlighted a tie-breaking three-run uprising.
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Johnstone led the Cubs with two hits and Sammy Mason and Riley Griffith socked doubles.
Craig Kondoff tripled, singled and scored and Tyler Slater rapped out a pair of singles for the Yanks.
Padres 22, Angels 14
Bryan Puleri doubled twice and Nick Herrera, Evan Brown and Austin Pierce each scored three runs in a high-scoring contest.
Angels’ cleanup hitter Mike Jacobs enjoyed a big afternoon, roping a triple and two doubles. He also scored three times and knocked in three runs. Teammates Nick Twyman and Matt Schorr doubled and Miltaiye Vasquez singled twice.
A’s 12, Giants 1
Phillip Gaston of the A’s pitched two-hit ball and struck out seven in four innings. Brady Rennison pitched a perfect fifth inning, striking out the side.
A’s first baseman Nick Pillsbury came up big on offense and defense. He singled twice, scored two runs and recorded an unassisted double play. The A’s attack featured triples by Rennison and Alex Lopez.
The Giants’ Anthony Arcuri launched a triple.
Yankees 10, Padres 3
Justin Dalton and Tyler Slater threw a three-hitter and struck out 12 to knock the Padres from the unbeaten ranks.
The Yankees used a six-run fourth inning to break it open. Ryan Clark, Tanner McAvoy and Johnny Shuman slashed singles in the big inning. McAvoy and Dalton led the Yankees with two hits.
Bryan Puleri doubled for the Padres.
Padres 7, Dodgers 6
Kevin Green and Bryan Puleri each doubled during a three-run sixth inning as the Padres rallied for the one-run victory.
The Padres trailed 5-2 at one point but scored five runs in the final two innings.
David Levesque led the Padres with two hits, while Conrad Iacobellis’ two singles topped the Dodgers. Matt Oliveras tripled and Mariah Lane doubled for the Dodgers.
Mariners 14, Cubs 5
A four-run first and six-run third inning gave the Mariners a commanding 10-1 lead.
Rex McKeon of the Mariners doubled and scored twice and Jake Braun collected two hits and scored three times.
Riley Griffith and James Coolbaugh pounded two hits for the Cubs and Ryan Orman tripled and scored.
A’s 14, Cubs 1 (suspended because of snow)
The A’s four through six hitters combined for eight hits and eight runs to back the three-hit pitching of Connor Yingling. Heavy snowshowers suspended the game in the fourth inning.
For the A’s, Brady Rennison tripled, singled twice and scored three runs; Andrew Burkart singled three times and scored twice and Jordan Yingling cracked a three-run inside-the-park homer, singled and scored three times. The A’s 14-hit attack also included a double and single by Nick Pillsbury and two singles each by Phillip Gaston and Kevin Fairchild.
Connor Yingling struck out seven and walked one in three innings.
Mariners 7, Yankees 6
Mariner pitchers Jake Braun and John Robinson blanked the Yankees over the final four innings to set up a rally from six runs down.
The Mariners scored twice in the fourth inning and pushed across five in the fifth — the decisive run scoring on Jake Braun’s double. Robinson and Rex McKeon belted RBI singles in the fifth.
Robinson and McKeon delivered two hits for the Mariners, while Johnny Shuman singled twice and Zac Tierney tripled for the Yankees.
Angels 4, Cubs 3
Miltaiye Vasquez scored the winning run in the fourth inning after reaching on a walk, advancing on an error and scoring on Mike Jacobs’ single.
Nick Twyman earned the victory with two solid innings of relief. He fanned five and gave up two hits.
Cubs’ starter Ben Sullivan allowed just one hit and struck out six in four innings work.
Dodgers 12, Yankees 7
Cody WIlliams went 3 for 3, including a pair of doubles, and scored three runs to key the Dodgers’ victory.
Matt Olivares also scored in each of his three at-bats. Jake Williams singled twice and Bryce Hallam doubled and scored.
Dodger pitchers Conrad Iacobellis and Cody Williams collectively struck out nine.
Ryan Clark doubled and scored two runs and Chris Garrett connected for two singles for the Yankees.
Padres 6, Giants 2
Bryan Puleri stroked a two-run double to support the two-hit and nine-strikeout pitching of Mike Weber and Alex Potnick.
A first-inning double by Chris Peterson and a second-inning single by Christian Creel were the only hits off the Padre pitching staff.
Giant pitchers Rigel Garman, Brian Henderson and Chris Peterson set down 11 Padres on strikes.
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