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DLL Dodgers and Red Sox battle to 7-7 AAA deadlock

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From page B3 | May 14, 2013 |

Cavan Schraner and Grant Chastain each had two-RBI hits in the last inning to provide the Dodgers with a dramatic 7-7 tie with the Red Sox during recent Davis Little League AAA action.

Hank Doreo’s steal of home and Cooper Welsh’s two timely hits had helped the Sox take a 7-4 lead at one point in the sixth.

Elliot Greve, Jason Henkel, Mason Johnstone, Tristen Wallrich and Chastain all pitched well for the Red Sox with Aidan Phimmasehn and Ishan Malik helping at the plate.

Eli Vikstrom fanned three for the Dodgers.

And there was plenty more terrific competition at the AAA level last week …

Orioles 6, Giants 2 — With Cash McCrory, Ben Skinner and Saul Israel pitching well and Israel, Skinner and Ethan Quinn leading the offense, the Giants came up just short.

Skinner also was the front end of a double play, catching a fly, then throwing to catcher Asher Reising, who nailed the approaching O’s runner.

Grafton Shorts was credited with the win.

(The Orioles did not submit a recap)

Yankees 13, White Sox 2 — Brady Nelson smacked two doubles and a triple, driving in two runs, as the Yanks rolled.

Matthew Young added two hits and Dante Romero doubled and drove in a run with Joby Antony, Adam Brugger, Ben Riley, Adam Ferguson and Owen Lingbloom each collecting singles. Joshua Yoon drove in a run.

On the mound, Romero, Adam Ferguson and Matthew Young were solid. Brugger dazzled on the bases and Romero turned in a double play.

White Sox Bradley Sleuter and Ethan Trinidad were both 2-for-2. The Sox caught a handful of Yankees trying to steal. They also left the bases loaded, without scoring, in the fourth.

Tanner Mandelaris made a great third-inning catch at the fence.

Orioles 7, Tigers 5 — Maya Parker, Bryce Barker and Grafton Shorts struck out 10 Tigers among them as Ty Soderquist’s three-run triple got the Orioles off to a good first-inning start. Barker also added an early RBI.

Owen Carr and Zach DeWit each drove in a run and Shorts threw out a runner at home.

Zane Bertero drove in two and scored one while going 3-for-3 for the Tigers and Krishan Parbhu doubled and scored. Jason Inouye was 1-for-1 with an RBI.

Tyler Hudson, Willy Lithicum and Inouye contributed web gems and the Cats’ Gabe Dirksen and Bertero were solid on the mound.

White Sox 11, Red Sox 9 — Dimitrius Hyder’s 3-for-4 day paced an 11-hit Sox attack as the two teams combined for nine runs in the last inning.

Bradley Sleuter tripled and Carson Bain added a key hit.

Neil Smith made a great catch and Ryan Jamarillo pitched out of a bases-loaded jam by getting two Sox hitters looking.

Adam Lovitt had two hits and Cavan Schraner and Grant Chastain contributed doubles.

Diamondbacks 4, Giants 2 — Cash McCrory was 1-for-2 with a double and walk and Saul Israel and Ben Skinner were tough on the mound for the Giants.

Walsh Klineberg and Tanner Snow scored the run and Nico Cooper turned in a spectacular center-field catch.

(The Diamondbacks did not submit a recap)

Dodgers 12, Padres 12 — Kazu Ikemoto, Hank Doreo and Laim Sheehan had two hits apiece to help the Dodgers score eight times in the sixth inning. The Padres’ three runs then tied the game.

Clark Chen’s base knock was the first of six straight Dodger last-inning hits.

(The Padres did not submit a recap)

Yankees 14, Rangers 2 — The Yankees kept their hitting shoes on as Joby Anthony’s two doubles and one single brought in three runs.

Brady Nelson and Braedon Schimmel had three singles, Dante Romero, Matthew Young and Adam Ferguson each doubled and singled. Ben Riley doubled home two runs for the winners while Gabe Chacon added an RBI triple.

Owen Lingbloom smacked two singles in the explosive attack.

Lingbloom, Joshua Yoon and Antony were solid on the mound.

(The Rangers did not submit a recap)

Reds 7, Cardinals 4 — Mike Gross drove in three runs, Joshn Davis had two RBIs and Lennon Weintraub knocked in another for the winners.

Weintraub, Colin Carter, Kieffer Jones and Davis were effective on the mound.

(The Cardinals did not submit a recap)

Orioles 9, Red Sox 0 — O’s pitchers hurled a four-hitter, Grafton Shorts scored three times and Zach DeWit and Jack Jesson each spanked two singles, driving in runs.

Owen Carr added two hits and an RBI, Zach Walsh had a web gem and pitcher Joey Traverso caught a pop fly for the game’s final out.

(The Red Sox did not submit a recap)

White Sox 9, Padres 8 — Sox players Cole Robben and Carson Bain were each 3-for-3 while Tanner Mandelaris and Demetrius Hyder smacked a couple of hits each in the close game.

Zachary Letcher stole home with the winning run after being hit by a pitch.

Pitcher Ryan Jamarillo struck out six and didn’t allow a run.

(The Padres did not submit a recap)

Giants 16, Reds 11 — Giants Cash McCrory and Ben Skinner went 2-for-3 and Saul Israel and McCrory had two runs batted in during the slugfest.

Israel pitched a strong first inning, giving up a walk, then retiring three in a row. After Israel sandwiched three walks around two outs in the second, Tanner Snow came on to get the third out with the bases loaded.

(The Reds did not submit a recap)

Note: The Davis Little League Page appears each Tuesday in The Davis Enterprise. Game reports are submitted by team scorekeepers or managers (recap sheets are available in the DLL office). If you don’t see your favorite team’s report, mention it to that squad’s manager.

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