Woodman no-hits Giants | TahoeDailyTribune.com
YOUR AD HERE »

Woodman no-hits Giants

Tribune Staff Report

Kevin Woodman of the Embassy Suites Dodgers tossed the South Tahoe Little League season’s first no-hitter, striking out 13 in a 10-0 pummeling of the Nor-Cal Beverage Giants on May 16.

“I didn’t know I threw a no-hitter until my dad told me,” said Kevin Woodman, whose dad, Kim, coaches his team. “I was just having fun and throwing my curveball. It breaks about 1 feet or so.”

Four bases on ball prevented Woodman from tossing a perfect game. He fanned the final five batters he faced.

It was the first no-hitter for the 12-year-old Woodman, who was scheduled to pitch against Grand Central Pizza, the league power, on Thursday night.

Leon Abravanel poked two doubles and scored three runs from his cleanup position. Woodman, Marcus McKinnon and Brian Vogt contributed two hits.

Gary Jones Paving 11, Sierra Rockies 4

Adam Fountain limited the Sierra-at-Tahoe Rockies to two hits and one unearned run through five innings as the Gary Jones Paving Pirates were victorious. Fountain fanned six and walked only one batter.

Kyle Jones’ two-run triple during a six-run fifth inning blew open the game. Ryan Greenstein led the Pirates with three hits, including a triple, and two runs scored. Brian Mason had two hits and two runs.

TWC Yankees 18, Paradise Timeshare Sales A’s 8

Allen McDermott stroked a three-run triple among his three hits and knocked in six runs as Tahoe Women’s Care won the four-inning shortened game.

Alex Yure also came through with three hits for the Yankees, and Brian Engler, JJ Dellalo and Cameron Nuslein worked over pitchers for two hits.

The A’s Danny Shapiro had a perfect day at the plate, going 3 for 3 with two runs scored. Chris Monagan added two hits and a run.

G.C. Pizza Cubs 18, Sierra Rockies 6

The Cubs exploded for 14 runs through three innings to rock Sierra-at-Tahoe.

Darren Perrucci collected five hits and Ryan Kraw cracked two triples and a single for the high-scoring Cubs. Matt Bobman delivered two hits.

Dustin Adcock slammed a grand slam and a single for the Rockies.

Edgewood Reds 13, S.T. Refuse Royals 5

The Reds only slapped out six hits but their patience at the plate made the difference. Fifteen Royals’ bases on balls, including nine during a 10-run fourth inning, made the difference.

Ryan “Scoop” Bosson connected for two hits, including a double, and Greg Dupree had a triple and a single.

Sho Kashima and Danny Justus supplied two hits for the Royals.

TWC Yankees 9, Nor-Cal Beverage Giants 4

Allen McDermott surrendered seven hits and struck out 10 to earn the complete-game win.

Cameron Nuslein belted a two-run double and JJ Dellalo hit a run-scoring single during a six-run fourth inning. Dellalo led the winners with two hits, and the Yankees took advantage of 12 walks.

Nor-Cal’s Kyle O’Conner provided a double and single.

Nor-Cal Beverage Giants 12, S.T. Refuse Royals 6

Tyson Cunningham overcame 10 walks with a three-hitter and 13 strikeouts as Nor-Cal Beverage doubled up Refuse.

Tyler Corey’s two-run double and Justin Keys’ two-run single keyed a game-turning seven-run fourth inning. The Giants had trailed 3-2 entering the fourth.

Giants 14, A’s 8

Nor-Cal scored 11 times from the second through four innings to put away Paradise Timeshare Sales.

Shawn McLaughlin had two hits and scored four Giant runs, while David Peterson slashed two hits and scored three runs.

Nor-Cal Giants’ Kyle Churchill and J.T. Keys scattered five hits and struck out 10.

Nick Summers and Chris Monagan doubled for the A’s.

S.T. Refuse Royals 18, Shehadi Motors Rangers 9

South Tahoe Refuse didn’t waste any time, scoring 10 runs in the first inning on seven walks and key hits by Mike Ledesma, Evan MacLean and Danny Justus.

Justus finished with two hits and three runs scored.

Anthony Winters and Peter Maes checked the Rangers on four hits.

Tiffany Pinson led the Shehadi Motors Rangers with two hits and she also scored two runs.

Gary Jones Paving Pirates 21, Shehadi Motors Rangers 4

Ryan Greenstein, Adam Fountain and Jake Wyler collectively held the Shehadi Motors Rangers to four hits and fanned 13.

Seven-run second and fourth innings did the trick for the Pirates. The Pirates capitalized on 13 walks and three hits batters to do most of their damage. Kyle Jones had two hits, Dyland Yuzbick belted a homer and knocked in three runs and Harrison Elkins tripled.

Buck Pershing had two of the Rangers’ hits.

Gary Jones Paving Pirates 11, Shehadi Motors Rangers 7

Ryan Greenstein legged out two of his team’s three triples as the Pirates had a tougher time with Shehadi Motors.

Tyler Harrison also tripled for Gary Jones Paving, while Kyle Jones had two hits in three at-bats. Buck Pershing led the Rangers with two hits.

Embassy Suites Dodgers 26, Edgewood Reds 7

With a final score more suitable to a football game, the Dodgers took advantage of 12 walks and five extra-base hits for a one-sided win.

Jake Jacons and Taylor Woods ripped triples and scored four and five runs, respectively, for Embassy Suites. Jacons and Marcus McKinnon led a 16-hit offensive with three hits, while Woods, Kevin Woodman and Ritchie Giesen added two hits.

G.C. Pizza Cubs 11, Sierra Rockies 0

Devin Blann and Ryan Kraw combined on a three-hit shutout and 10 whiffs as Grand Central Pizza continued to mix good pitching with timely hitting.

Matt Bobman produced three of the Cubs’ 12 hits, while Blann contributed two.

Gary Jones Paving Pirates 17, TWC Yankees 6

Eight of the 10 batters Tahoe Women’s Care walked came around to score as Gary Jones Paving continued its winning ways.

Adam Fountain and Jake Wyler had two hits for the winners.

Bryan Engler swatted three hits, including a double, while Noah Matteucci delivered in the clutch with two hits for the Yanks.

Tahoe Daily Tribune E-mail: tribune@tahoe.com

Visitors Guide | News | Diversions | Marketplace | Weather | Community

Copyright, tahoe.com. Materials contained within this site may

not be used without permission.

About tahoe.com…


Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

Readers around the Lake Tahoe Basin and beyond make the Tahoe Tribune's work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Your donation will help us continue to cover COVID-19 and our other vital local news.

For tax deductible donations, click here.

Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User