Higgins’ base hit ends Babe Ruth game in ninth inning
Seven innings weren’t enough for the Marine Performance Giants and the Bay Products Mariners on May 30.
The clubs played two extra innings before Cody Higgins’ base hit plated John Cefalu with the deciding run in the ninth inning for an 8-7 Giants’ victory. Julian Washalefsky pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn the win.
The Mariners tied the score at 7 on Joey Wightman’s RBI single in the seventh inning. The Mariners, however, left two runners on base during a scoreless eighth inning.
Wightman, Jake Braun and Skylar Sheldon led the Mariners with three hits. For the Giants, Kent Rowland and Kris Hurwitz collected two hits, while Washalefsky and Andrew Noll belted doubles.
A’s 11, Angels 1
The South Tahoe Refuse A’s beat the Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Angels behind the four-hit pitching of Kyante Wilson. Wilson helped himself by delivering three singles and scoring two runs.
Giants 12, Angels 6
For the second time in two days, the Marine Performance Giants needed more than seven innings to pull out a victory.
The Giants rattled off six runs in the eighth inning. Hayden Bronken, John Cefalu, Andrew Noll and Kris Hurwitz set up the big inning with singles. Cody Higgins paced the Giants with three hits, three runs scored and four stolen bases.
The Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Angels got a huge game from Miltaiye Vasquez, who had four singles, four runs and six stolen bases. Joey Anderson and Grant Jones were also on their games, combining for seven hits and two runs.
Red Sox 12, Padres 3
Kris DiGrande gave up four hits and one run in four-plus innings, leading the Laub & Laub Red Sox past the AAA Roofing Padres.
Back-to-back doubles by Brady Rennison and Alex Potnick triggered a seven-run sixth inning. Potnick topped the Red Sox’s 12-hit attack by reaching base five times. Austin Buyak led the Padres with two hits and a run scored.
Mariners 14 Padres 8
The Bay Products Mariners went into the bottom of the fourth inning trailing 8-5 on June 1, but scored six runs in that inning to take the lead and eventually earned the win.
Jason Reum scored after all four of his at-bats for the Mariners.
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Red Sox 14 Angels 9
The Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Angels scored seven runs in the first two innings going up 7-2, but could not hold off the Laub & Laub Red Sox on June 3.
Cory Plummer started a six-run third inning with a walk and run scored for the Red Sox, giving them a lead they would never give up. Plummer also pitched three scoreless inning before he got into trouble in the sixth and was replaced.
Alex Potnick swatted one hit and scored four runs, including stealing home for the Red Sox.
A’s 16 Angels 3
Leo Trebotich and Joe Zaneteu combined for six strikeouts and allowed two earned runs while on the mound leading the South Tahoe Refuse A’s to victory.
The A’s left the first inning with a 3-1 lead and never looked back. To make sure the Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Angels could not get back into the game, the A’s scored eight runs in the sixth-and-final inning in the June 5 win.
Mariners 16 Dodgers 9
Jason Reum helped the Bay Products Mariners get off to a fast start June 6 by hitting a double to lead off a seven-run first inning.
Reum was also solid on the mound, striking out four and allowing no earned runs in five innings of work.
With two outs in the final inning, the Check2Check Dodgers scored four runs, but it was far short of a comeback.
Dodgers 14 Padres 12
The AAA Roofing Padres scored 10 runs in the final three innings, but the Check2Check Dodgers held too big of a lead for them to comeback.
The Padres were down by 12 runs going into the bottom of the fifth.
Bobby Oakes led the Dodgers with three hits and three runs. Oakes and Tanner McAvoy were the only players to get more than one hit for the Dodgers. Ty Sprock led the Padres, scoring four runs with two hits, one of those a double.
A’s 9 Red Sox 8
Christian Coats started the comeback for the South Tahoe Refuse A’s on June 7, getting a leadoff single in a three-run seventh inning.
Coats would later score along with Leo Trebotich and Kyante Wilson.
Coats and James Coolbaugh were the only players on the A’s to reach base on every atbat.
Brady Renninson got off to a fast start for the Laub & Laub Red Sox, hitting a double, receiving a walk and steeling two base in his first two at bats.
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