Rangers’ Bosson loses perfect game, but gets win
Ryan “Scoop” Bosson of the South Tahoe Refuse Rangers had a perfect game going through five innings when his team beat the Norm’s Auto Repair Diamondbacks 9-3 in recent Babe Ruth action.
The hurler struck out three D-backs in his complete game, but was touched for three runs in the sixth.
He came back to strike out three of the last four batters to finish the game.
Bosson also went 2 for 4 from the plate and scored two runs. Bosson knocked in a run with a first-inning single.
Harsh Vyas had a productive day at the plate for the Rangers, going 3 for 4, while Allen McDermott was 2 for 4 with two runs scored and a RBI.
The D-backs’ Randy Henson and Josh Jones each scored and drove in a run.
Rangers 12, Marlins 11
In a game that went down to the final inning, the South Tahoe Refuse Rangers came up with two runs in the top of the sixth to hold onto the win over the South Tahoe Optimist Marlins.
The Marlins went into the bottom of the sixth down by three runs and staged a rally to pull them to within one before Allen McDermott shut the door on by striking out the two of the last three hitters.
The offensive surge of the Rangers was led by Kevin Schlange, Ryan “Scoop” Bosson and McDermott.
Schlange went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored from the leadoff spot.
Bosson, the No. 2 hitter, was 3 for 5 with a pair of RBIs and two runs scored.
The No. 3 slugger, McDermott, was 2 for 5 and a double. He also scored twice and drove in a pair.
For the Marlins, Dylan Yazbick cracked a pair of singles in four at-bats. He also scored twice from the leadoff spot.
Marcus Mellberg went 2 for 4 with two runs scored, while Marcus McKinnon was 2 for 2 with two RBIs and three runs scored.
Rangers 20, Rockies 3
Vinnie Stagnaro held the South Tahoe Plumbing Supply Rockies to only one run on four hits while his South Tahoe Refuse Rangers pounced on the Rockies for 20 runs.
The Rangers took advantage and scored every inning in the rout, tallying two in the first, five in the second, five in the third and eight in the fourth in the 10-run shortened game.
Allen McDermott and Kevin Schlange paced the offensive attack when both went 3 for 3.
Schlange scored four times and knocked in two, while McDermott scored three times and drove in six.
Alex Urreaga and Chris Shapiro scored the only two runs for the Rockies.
A’s 10, Cardinals 2
Jake Jacobs paced a potent Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course A’s attack, which saw them score in every inning to defeat the Charles Cordova DDS Cardinals.
Jacobs not only held the Cards to only two hits, he also went 2 for 2 with a run scored and three runs driven in.
Bobby Gienapp scored twice and Matt Shively crossed the plate three times.
Jason Debacker and Ryan Gosh each scored a run for the Cardinals. Debacker was 1 for 3 with a single, while Kyle Churchill got the other single.
The Cardinals were the beneficiaries of wild pitches and an error in the third when they tallied their only score.
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