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Nick Kallenbach and Cody Harrington pooled their arms to toss a one-hitter for the Accurate Audio Video A’s in a 19-1 drubbing of the Optimist Yankees.
Only a first-inning single by Optimist Yankees’ Alex Yure prevented a no-hitter.
A five-run first and eight-run third buried the Yankees.
Kallenbach helped his own cause with a three-run double in the first and an RBI double in the third. Josh Plotner, Abe Greenspan and Harrington rattled the Yankees for two hits.Dodgers 13, Yankees 7
Jake Jacobs slammed a three-run homer and Taylor Wood cracked three hits as the Chart House Dodgers spanked the Optimist Yankees.
Anna Kingman, Brian Vogt, Tommy Esquivel and Kevin Mullen contributed two hits to the 15-hit Dodger attack.
Jason Anthenien and Alex Yure had two hits for the Yankees.
Pirates 10, Yankees 4
The Champion Carpets Pirates treasured the pitching performance of Dillon Yelar, who fanned 11 and allowed only five hits.
Brian Hanson, who collected three hits, triggered a seven-run fourth inning with a two-run double. Hanson and Vinnie Staliner had two doubles. Staliner, Yelar, Kyle Johns, Brandon Eris had a pair of hits for the Pirates.
The Optimist Yankees received two hits from Alex Yure and Ryan Gosh.
Reds 18, Royals 8
Greg Dupree and Ryan Bosson combined on a four-hitter and eight strikeouts.
Ten walks and an assortment of wild pitches and errors made the plate easy to find for the Red Hut Reds.
Alex Urreaga was a homer shy of the cycle and scored three Reds runs, while Dupree doubled twice and scored three runs. Sho Kashima laced two singles and Grant Geyer went deep for the Royals.
Pirates 10, Royals 9
Kyle Jones and Dennis Merritt homered during an eight-run second inning as the Champion Carpets Pirates held on against the Royals.
The Royals, who once trailed 9-2, scored four times in the sixth to nearly complete the comeback. Singles by Steven Lovengier, Johnny Worley, Sho Kashima and Cody McGehee highlighted the rally.
Dylan Yuzbick led the Pirates with three hits, while Derrick Witters and Garrett Gibb supplied two hits.
Evan MacLean drilled three doubles for the Royals, while Lovengier had a triple among his three hits.
Reds 19, Giants 5
Greg Dupree and Ryan Bosson limited the Longs Drugs Giants to four hits, and Jason Holland did the plate damage from his No. 8 spot with three hits and three runs.
Fifteen walks and a hit batter prevented any kind of Giant comeback.
Ryan Bosson had two hits and scored three runs for the winners.
Randy Henson bashed a three-run homer for the Giants.
Royals 12, Rockies 7
Evan MacLean’s two-run triple keyed a five-run fifth inning as the Royals cooled off the Meek’s Rockies.
MacLean also doubled for the Royals, and Sho Kashima chipped in two hits.
Ian Chandler and MacLean kept the Rockies’ hitters in check, surrendering only six hits. Albert Palaroan and Mercus Mellberg had back-to-back doubles during a six-run second inning. Nik Mercado led the Rockies with two singles.
Rockies 6, Rangers 5
Joel Uppendahl’s two-run homer with one out in the sixth inning gave the Meek’s Rockies a dramatic one-run win over the Shehadi Motors Rangers.
Marcus Mellberg also homered for the Rockies.
Mellberg, Jharrett Neamo and Albert Paloroan checked the Rangers on five hits, including two doubles by tough-luck losing pitcher Trevor Crossley.
Dodgers 13, Cubs 7
Anna Kingman pounded three hits and Jake Jacobs clobbered two doubles and scored three runs as the Chart House Dodgers outlasted the Sierra-at-Tahoe Cubs.
Also contributing for the multidimensional Dodgers were Brian Vogt, two hits and three runs; Garrett Elkins, two hits and two runs; and Tommy Esquivel, two hits.
The Cubs got a two-run homer and single from Matt Bobman and two hits from Jerrel Dutton and Adam Wagner.
Giants 5, A’s 4
Troy Radke smashed three hits and scored three of the Longs Drugs Giants runs, including the game-winner on Kyle Churchill’s double in the fifth inning.
Andrew Stuck came off the bench to deliver a key, two-run single in the fourth frame, and James Moore had two hits.
Churchill and Radke only yielded five Accurate Audio Video hits and fanned 13.
Nick Kallenbach led the A’s with two hits.
Reds 15, Royals 2
Kyle Miller and Ryan Bosson scattered nine hits as the Red Hut Reds feasted on the Royals.
Bosson struck out six in his three innings on the mound.
Grant Geyer homered for the Royals, and Evan MacLean rapped two hits.
The Reds put the game away with an eight-run sixth inning. Miller’s three-run double ignited the rally.
Alex Urrega had two doubles and a single for the Reds, while Miller, Jason Holland and Bosson chipped in two hits.
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