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Rangers fire blanks against Pirates’ pitcher

Michael Blank threw them and knocked in the only run as the Dr. Glenn Gibb DDS. won a fast-paced 1-0 South Tahoe Little League game with the Holmgren Tree Service Rangers recently.

Blank finished with a three-hitter – two of which came off the bat of Travis Beer.

Brian Popeney and Ryan Woods only surrendered six hits in defeat, while striking out seven. But back-to-back doubles by Ryan Lucia and Blank accounted for the game’s sole run.



Marlins 8, Reds 4

Thomas Crist was a one-man wrecking crew as he bashed a pair of three-run homers and a double in the Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan’s dispatching of the Olivo Zicko & Company CPAs Reds.




Joel Morris and Ian Chandler handcuffed the Reds on four hits. Chandler also swung for two hits.

Teddy Kosciolek gave the Reds a hit and two RBIs.

Reds 6, Rockies 1

The Lakeside Inn Rockies scored in the first inning, but Teddy Kosciolek and Chris Condella gave them little to hit thereafter as the Olivo Zicko & Company CPAs rolled to victory.

Kosciolek and Condella pooled their talents for a three-hitter and nine strikeouts.

Dan Swain swatted three hits, including a two-run single during a five-run fifth inning.

Cubs 16, Rockies 15

Jeff Guarino and Reid Cocking each scored runs in the sixth inning as the Sierra-at-Tahoe Cubs edged the Lakeside Inn Rockies.

Each team scored nine runs in the fourth inning.

Blaine Inglis of the Cubs went 2 for 3 with four runs scored and two RBIs. Beau Hallam and Cocking contributed two hits.

The Rockies’ Patrick Lahlum and Daniel Vallejo each went 3 for 4. Lahlum scored twice and knocked in three runs, while Vallejo crossed the plate twice and drove home two runs. Jarred Arnold, Donald Choate, Katie Gettman and John Giordano rapped two hits.

A’s 15, D-backs 6

The Accurate Audio Video A’s took care of business early, scoring 14 runs in three innings in their rout of the Frank’s TV and Electronics Diamondbacks.

K.J. Allister led the D-backs with four hits and two runs. Teammate Kirk Baines knocked two singles and scored a run.

David Schue scored three of his four runs in the first three innings and Zach Kropf, Marty Harris, Ian Rice and Kyle Mazzoni crossed the plate twice.

Harris had a perfect day at the plate, going 5 for 5. Schue cracked three hits and Kropf, Mazzoni and Dru Blair spanked two.

Giants 8, Marlins 4

Severin Nobriga, Nick Spano and Ivan Trebotich lashed two hits apiece as the Tahoe Paradise Realty Giants doubled up the Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Marlins.

The Marlins received two hits and a run from Ian Chandler.

Rangers 9, Cubs 5

The Holmgren Tree Service Rangers were outhit 10-9 by the Sierra-at-Tahoe Cubs, but the Rangers won the game.

Brian Popeney had two hits for the Rangers. Marty Rahbeck and Jeff Guarino smacked two hits and collected two RBIs for the Cubs. Beau Hallum also had two hits.

Reds 8, Yankees 4

Hits by Chris Condella, Jason Winslow and Teddy Kosciolek keyed a four-run third inning, propelling the Olivo Zicko & Company CPAs past the South Tahoe Rotary Yankees.

Condella and Winslow combined for four hits. Winslow and Kevin Yelles scattered nine hits and struck out nine.

Despite taking the loss, Yankees pitcher Chris Diana fanned 13. Anthony Prevost, Diana and Jorge Orozco pounded out two hits for the Yankees.

Marlins 9, Yankees 0

Ian Chandler and Joel Morris threw six shutout innings as the Lake Tahoe Coin, Jewelry and Loan Marlins blanked the South Tahoe Rotary Yankees.

Scott Hoffman, Chandler and Thomas Crist each scored twice for the winners.

D-backs 7, Giants 4

Kevin Lucero and Charlotte Lee each tripled during a four-run first inning as the Frank’s TV and Electronics Diamondbacks beat the Tahoe Paradise Realty Giants.

Kirk Baines topped the D-backs with two hits and two runs. Severin Nobriga and Bret Damron pinged out two hits for the Giants. Damron’s first hit was a solo homer.

A’s 15, Cubs 0

A leadoff single by David Gardner in the fifth inning spoiled Ian Rice’s no-hitter in the Accurate Audio Video A’s destruction of the Sierra-at-Tahoe Cubs.

Zach Kropf and Marty Harris wore their hitting shoes, clobbering three hits apiece and combining for five runs and three RBIs. Michael Orman added two hits and four RBIs, while Dru Blair and Rice chipped in a pair of hits.

D-backs 22, Yankees 6

A pair of six-run innings and a seven-run uprising carried the Frank’s TV and Electronics by the South Tahoe Rotary Yankees.

KJ Allister, Nathan Garofalos and Caleb Brown each had two hits and three runs. Charlotte Lee, however, did them one better with four runs and two hits.

The down-the-line attack also saw Gary Prescott pound out two hits and score twice.

Rangers 17, Rockies 5

Chad Cooney of the Holmgren Tree Service Rangers shattered the Lakeside Inn Rockies’ hopes with a four-hit, five-run performance.

Ryan Woods scored four Rangers’ runs and Derek Holmgren and Brian Popeney poked two hits and knocked in three runs.

Jared Arnold and Patrick Lahlum rapped two hits for the Rockies.

The Yankees’ two-hit club included Anthony Prevost, Jorge Orozco and Chris Diana.

Giants 10, Pirates 2

Severin Nobriga and Cavan Bowers befuddled the Dr. Glenn Gibb DDS. Pirates for six innings, allowing four hits as the Tahoe Paradise Realty Giants won.

Nick Spano and Tim Lipovsky delivered two-run singles during a seven-run sixth inning.

Kyle Dupree was a thorn in the Pirates’ side all game long, roping four hits and scoring two runs. Nobriga, Ivan Trebotich, Spano, Tim Lipovsky and Spencer Orman had two hits.

Rangers 7, D-backs 4

Elijiah Townsend’s two-run single capped a four-run first inning, sending the Holmgren Tree Service Rangers to a victory over Frank’s TV and Electronics Diamondbacks.

Derek Holmgren and Travis Beer connected for a pair of hits for the Rangers, while Kirk Baines topped the D-backs with three hits. K.J. Allister and Gary Prescott rapped two hits.

A’s 20, Rockies 1

An eight-run third inning by the Accurate Audio Video A’s doomed the Lakeside Inn Rockies.

David Schue and Zach Kropf continued to demonstrate that they’re a tough 1-2 combination to stop as they collectively had eight hits, six runs and four RBIs. Marty Harris added three hits to the A’s 18-hit attack, while Dru Blair, Zach McAllister and Michael Caro delivered two hits.

Kropf and Kyle Mazzoni limited the Rockies to four hits, including two by Johnny Giordano.


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