Edgewood Reds rally by TWC Yankees
The Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course Reds rallied for four runs in their final at-bat to down Tahoe Women’s Care Yankees, 14-13, in South Tahoe Little League action recently.
Bobby Gienapp lashed a one-out double to score Ryan Bosson and Greg Dupree. Gienapp, who drove home four runners, later touched home before Luke Bobeda scored the winning run on a bases loaded walk. Dupree had a day, going 4 for 4 with three scored. Eric Domingo added two doubles in three hits and Gienapp doubled twice while scoring three times.
Cameron Nuslin wielded a fire stick for the Yankees, smacking a double and triple in four hits. Noah Mattucia lashed two doubles and a single while touching home four times and driving in four.
Grand Central Pizza Cubs 19, Shehadi Motors Rangers 5
The Cubs pounded out 16 hits to handle the Rangers. Kyle Olsen smacked four singles and two RBIs. Mike Gaston got into the act with four singles and three runs. Devin Blann doubled and tripled while Matt Bobman singled twice and scored four.
Jason Debacker had two of the Rangers four hits. Tiffany Punson tripled.
Paradise Timeshare Sales A’s 13, South Tahoe Refuse Royals 7
Chris Monogan tossed a complete game. He got help from Nick Summers, who drove in three runs on three hits, including a double, and from opposing pitchers, who walked 16 A’s batters.
Embassy Suites Dodgers 22, Sierra-at-Tahoe Rockies 4
Three Dodgers pitchers combined for a one-hitter. Meanwhile, the boys in blue were ripping the rawhide. Leon Abravanel smacked a grand slam and finished with seven RBIs on three hits. Brian Vogt had three hits and scored three runs. Richie Gieson had two hits and scored four while Jake Jacobs doubled and scored four.
Kyle Heller had the lone Rockies base knock.
Nor-Cal Beverage Giants 15, Shehadi Motors Rangers 3
The Giants got all they needed in a 12-run first frame, as 16 hitters took hacks before the third out was recorded. Shawn McLaughlin singled and doubled in that inning and finished with three hits. Tyler Corey and Kyle Churchill each smacked their two hits in the first. Justin Keyes singled once and stole three bases, including home. Troy Radke added a two-run triple. Ty Cunningham tossed three frames of one-run, one-hit ball for the win.
Nor-Cal Beverage Giants 11, Gary Jones Paving Pirates 1
Three hurlers, Jake Jones, Vinny Stagneo and Jake Wyler, combined for another Giants one-hitter. The orange-and-black hitters broke open a one-run game in the third inning, busting seven runs on three hits and seven walks. Tyler Corey connected for a single, double and triple while Kyle Churchill doubled in three at-bats.
Grand Central Pizza Cubs 27, Gary Jones Paving Pirates 6
Ryan Kraw tossed a four-hitter and helped himself with a double, triple and four runs. Devin Blann added a double in three hits and touched home four times. Pirates pitching issued 15 walks.
Jake Wyler had two singles in the loss.
Sierra-at-Tahoe Rockies 9, Shehadi Motors Rangers 8
The Rockies mustered three runs on one hit and three walks in the bottom of the last inning. Chris Grasso provided a single and scored the winning run on a passed ball with one out.
Jason Debacker singled and scored four in the loss.
Grand Central Pizza Cubs 12, Paradise Timeshare Sales A’s 0
Four throwers combined to blank the A’s. The Cubs depth also showed at the dish, as Devin Blann, Ryan Kraw, Matt Bobman, Kyle Olsen, Adam Wagner and Jern Dutton each had two base hits.
Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course Reds 7, Nor-Cal Beverage Giants 6
The Reds flurried for three runs in the fifth to overcome a 6-4 deficit. Greg Dupree’s solo shot sparked the rally. He also combined with Bobby Grapp on the mound.
Embassy Suites Dodgers 7, Gary Jones Paving Pirates 4
Kevin Woodman and Jake Jacobs kept the Pirates scoreless until the sixth inning. Leon Abravanel did in the Pirates with a three-run bomb in the first. Woodman added four singles.
Kyle Jones had three single in the loss.
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