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Trebotich, Braun spin season’s first no-no

Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

Tribune staff reports

Giant pitching got off to a fast start on Opening Day of the South Tahoe National Little League.

Tanner Braun and Otto Trebotich combined to fire a no-hitter as the Giants stopped the Cubs 9-0 recently.

Braun worked the first three innings, allowing three baserunners. Trebotich pitched a perfect final three innings, fanning five.

Trebotich did his part at the plate, too, socking everything but a homer and scoring three runs. Braun and Nick Pillsbury had two hits.

Pirates 9, Yankees 4

Brett Hartley’s two-run single keyed a five-run second inning and Matt Blank tossed one-hit ball and struck out five over three innings.

Adam Kingman of the Pirates was 3 for 5, including a double, with three runs scored.

Cameron Allen tripled in a run for the Yankees.

A’s 17, Diamondbacks 4

Leadoff hitter Korey Mazzoni scored five runs and Julian Washalefsky homered in the A’s romp.

The A’s also received three hits by Ricky Braun and three runs by Gavin Chandler.

Jesse Cruz singled twice and scored for the Diamondbacks.

Marlins 16, Rockies 7

The Marlins came back from a two-run deficit, erupting for nine runs in the fifth inning. Max DeLallo, who went 5 for 5 including a two-run homer, ignited the big inning with two hits and two runs.

Moriah Lane and Notanee Vasquez each doubled twice for the Marlins.

T.J. Kolesnik had two hits and scored for the Rockies.

A’s 17, Marlins 8

The A’s didn’t let a sixth-inning rally by the Marlins deprive them of victory, scoring nine times in the seventh to win it.

The Marlins rallied for four runs in the sixth to force the extra inning. Singles by Max DeLallo and Chris Whatford keyed the comeback.

The A’s broke it open by sending 16 batters to the plate in the seventh. Julian Washalefsky and Connor Ferris each scored twice during the rally.

Korey Mazzoni, Ricky Braun and Gavin Chandler each doubled and singled for the A’s, while DeLallo collected three singles for the Marlins.

Pirates 12, Cubs 5

Tyler Luker and Brett Hartley each scored three runs to push the Pirates past the Cubs.

Hartley was busy in the box as well, stroking a double and two singles. The Pirates’ 11-hit attack also included a triple and two singles by Garrett Tinlin, two doubles by Jim Talbot and two singles by Adam Kingman.

Talbot surrendered only one hit in two innings and Matt Schorr and Kory DiGrande completed the five-hitter. Mike Weber tripled and Andrew Chavez doubled for the Cubs.

Rockies 20, D-Backs 8

Cameron Chase had a home and two doubles among his four hits as the Rockies left the Diamondbacks with two big of a mountain to climb.

The Rockies’ 15-hit output included three hits and three runs by Phillip Gielow and two hits by Zack Williams, Cody Williams and Brian Henderson.

Cooper Stanley and Dalton Smith-Staheli triggered the Diamondbacks’ offense with three hits apiece and McQuade Brubaker smacked a triple.

Yankees 10, Giants 9

Allen McLeod and Tyler Burrow delivered singles and runs during a decisive three-run rally in the sixth inning.

The teams were tied at seven entering the final inning. After the Yankees struck for three runs, the Giants came back with two of their own but left Matt Stuck, who had doubled, on second base.

Yankees’ starting pitcher Jordan Morgan struck out eight in three innings and he tripled and scored. Burrow, Matt O’Hara nd Justin Dalton had two hits.

Nick Pillsbury and Stuck led the Giants with three hits. Pillsbury and Otto Trebotich, who tripled, scored three times.


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