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Davis Little League recap sees dramatics everywhere

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From page B3 | April 02, 2013 |

In Davis Little League Majors-division play last week, winning pitcher Kayden Hoal also doubled in two runs as the Orioles got past the A’s, 8-3.

Hoal was supported by an RBI single from Hank Schaaf, a sacrifice fly by Ben Park and another key hit by Nate Ade.

Danny Honeychurch’s sparkling catch of a base-loaded line drive helped quell an A’s rally, while Schaaf, Derek Lerman, Owen Schwab and Hoal also provided solid fielding plays.

Lerman and Ade also were strong on the mound.

(The A’s did not submit a recap.)

Giants 6, Marlins 4 — Giacomo Sorrentino, Aedan Enriquez, Joey Asta, Erickson Lengtat and Jack Johnson all had hits for the winners.

Adrian Sanchez fanned four in two innings and Enriquez — the winning hurler — also was strong on the mound.

Shinye Ho struck out six Giants in two innings. James Hergesell, Connor Hedin (double and two RBIs), Finn Thomsen and Ho all had hits for the Marlins.

Tigers 13, Red Sox 1 — Gabel Longshore blasted a grand-slam home run in a five-run fifth inning and joined Adam Dapkewicz in going 3-for-3 as the Tigers were red-hot.

A four-run outburst in the first, thanks to important hits from Dapkewicz (double), Derek Mundy, Longshore and Theo Blewett, started the winners on a roll.

Jack Walsh’s third-inning homer was joined by more hits from Dapkewicz, Mundy and Longshore for another four-run frame.

Garrett Emmons, Blewett and Mundy were credited with outstanding pitching, while Mark Studer, Jack Carsel, Ryan Cuvelier, Geo Gil and Mark Fields were strong afield for the Tigers. Shaan Nahal also singled in the fifth inning.

(The Red Sox did not submit a recap.)

In AAA action, there were hits aplenty …

Red Sox 15, White Sox 7 — In a five-run first inning, Cavan Schraner and Jason Henkel each had two RBIs and Elliot Greve pitched solidly early for the Red Sox.

For the White Sox, Demetrius Hyder tripled and Cole Robben doubled while Logan Hirsig and Carson Bain scored two runs each.

Zach Letcher and Hyder cornered a base runner for an important out.

Greve was the winning pitcher.

Giants 7, Dodgers 6 — Behind strong pitching by Emery Lee and Benjamin Skinner, it was reported that the Giants scored three times in the bottom of the sixth to take this game.

Asher Reising (2-for-3), Cash McCrory (double), Saul Israel (double) and Ethan Quinn (single) all contributed at the plate.

Skinner and Grant Wallace teamed up on a double play for the winners.

For the Dodgers, Cooper Welsh doubled, singled, drove in two runs and scored once. Charlie Streeb went 2-for-3 and scored twice, while allowing only one run in two innings pitched.

Liam Sheehan allowed no runs and fanned five in two frames on the hill.

Sheehan also doubled and scored and Kazu Ikemoto doubled, scored and drove in a Dodger tally.

Yankees 6, Orioles 5 — Despite the setback, Bryce Barker’s RBI double and Owen Carr’s run-scoring blast to left kept the O’s in the game.

Joey Jessen doubled in a run in the second inning, while Joey Traverso caught five of the six frames, tagging two runners out at home. Charlie English made a nice fielding play.

(The Yankees did not submit a recap.)

Diamondbacks 17, Padres 2 — Tomas Fong, Eric Chung, Kyle Tanner, Cole Knutson and Scott Inouye were torrid with the sticks as Fong and Chung sealed the deal with solid pitching.

(The Padres did not submit a recap.)

Orioles 8, A’s 4 — The winners held off a late rally from the A’s.

Patrick Stodden and Billy Easton had doubles for the losers and Jordan Painter, Dane Peterson and Stodden were wicked in the field.

Studden and Josh Catacutan stole home, while Catacutan, Ethan Ramos, Billy Easton, Gabriel Lee and Charlie Easton held their own on the mound.

(The Orioles did not submit a recap.)

Notes: Thanks to local schools’ spring break, there are no games scheduled this week. Therefore, there will be no Davis Little League Page next Tuesday. … If you don’t see your favorite teams’ games being reported, talk with team coaches or scorekeepers. Recap sheets are kept in the DLL office and are to be turned in to the same office after each game.

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