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DYSA roundup: Intensity has big week; 10U games dominate schedule

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Mad Hatters hurler Maya Zingaro throws a pitch in a Davis Youth Softball Association 10U game earlier this season. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo

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From page B2 | April 18, 2014 |

Going 3-1 in its recent outings, the 14U Intensity of the Davis Youth Softball Association scored 48 runs in the four games.

First came a 10-9 Thursday win in Woodland, then a 9-7 loss at Lincoln the following day. After an 11-10 thriller — in which Davis scored three in the final frame to grab a victory — the locals exploded in a 20-7 decision to sweep Dixon.

Sophie Mae Bertain and Caylee Ade each threw six strong innings in the twinbill.

In other DYSA action …

12U

Tracker Jackers 11, Dixon Allgood Ink 5 — Lauren Wilcox went 3-for-3 with a double and two singles and Noa Lipson went 3-for-3 with three RBIs after Shayleigh Thompson opened the game with a round-tripper.

Layla Fletcher hurled two solid innings, fanning four, while Lipson’s pitching debut showed great promise. Lipson also made two defensive gems.

Isabel Rubalcaba struck out one and allowed one hit in her circle appearance.

10U

Ninja Monkeys 12, Hot Tamales 11 — Dakota Banuelos singled, walked twice, scored twice and drove home two runs in the win.

Sarah Griffths singled and scored three as Monkeys Halle Gabriel, Lindsay Taylor and Alexandra Zurborg each singled, drove in a run and scored.

Zurborg had a good day in the field, making two unassisted outs and starting a double play before Griffiths scored the winning run.

Softball Slammers 14, Mad Hatters 5 — Madison Rutherford homered and singled and pitched two scoreless innings, during which she fanned six batters to pace the Slammers.

Chloe Adams doubled and Lilianne Brush and Jordan Zuniga added key singles.

Madison Martin and Sophia Fucile had RBIs, while Sophie Palomares, Emi Wong, Belen Harding and Dakota Rutherford all tallied.

Slammer pitchers Zuniga and Adams were solid and Palomares turned in a double play.

Siberian Tigers 11, Red Hot Tamales 11 — Kristine Schmitz, Hanna Futrell, Erika Wenner and Tara Reddy led the White Cat hitting as Heather Breckner turned in terrific fielding plays at first base and left field.

Laura Osborne, Futrell, Stevie Spencer, Katianna Higgins, Reddy, Libby Slater, Schmitz, Breckner and Olivia Tomasello scored for the Tigers.

For the Tamales — who scored four in the fifth inning to force the tie — hot hitters were Lauren Lee, Briana Schwarz and Kathleen Sheridan.

Strong defensive efforts came from Mara Bledsoe and Sophia Learny.

Alyssa Eisele fanned three in two innings of no-hit pitching, while Veronica Roe and Zoe West finished the game in the circle. West got two late strikeouts with the bases loaded.

Green Chili Peppers 12, Pink Peace Signs 7 — Lily Gieschen poked a two-run double and Anna Harrison, Grace Scheuring and Audrey Teresi each smacked RBI singles for the winners.

Gieschen struck out five batters in two innings in the circle and La’Siya Earnest was terrific behind the plate.

For the Peace Signs, Emma Catacutan, Bella Hyder and Jane Rauchway delivered important singles. Elise Wyman turned in a web gem at shortstop and Sanne Dequine stood out at catcher while Bella Hyder struck out three Peppers.

Siberian Tigers 12, Softball Slammers 9 — Kristine Schmitz went 2-for-2 as the Tigers outlasted their foes.

Libby Slater and Stevie Spencer added singles as Katianna Higgins and Spencer each scored three runs.

Tara Reddy and Slater scored twice and Ziona Wells also crossed the plate.

Spencer was brilliant pitching — striking out eight in three innings of work. Higgins also pitched and Reddy made three putouts at home.

Slammer hurlers Chloe Adams (four strikeouts), Madison Rutherford (four) and Madison Martin were strong in the circle.

Sophia Palomares banged out two singles with Liliane Brush and Jordan Zuniga also tapping singles. Dakota Rutherford, Belen Harding, Sophia Fucile and Emi Won scored and Jane Garvin stole bases.

Pink Peace Signs 13, Mad Hatters 13 — With every Pink player scoring, Bella Hyder, guest player Lily Gieshen and Emma Catacutan each singled and scored.

Catchers Sane Dequinne and Catacutan had unassisted outs at home while Hyder and Cate Fehrenbacher did the same at first base.

Catacutan threw to Gieshen at third for another out.

8U

Blue Dynamite 12, Minions 8 — Four hits, including a double, and two RBIs by Kerrigan Lynch paced a Dynamite offense for the winners.

Elise Thompson added four singles and three runs scored, while Tania Wenner tallied three after getting three hits.

For the Minions, Avangeline Turner smacked a double to go with two singles and three runs scored, while Samantha Perkins and Hayley Hartinger each had two hits that knocked in runs. Other RBI singles came from Maddie Hayes, Lauren Cornell and Rylan Sull and Kate Stevenson tapped three hits.

Notes: Thanks to Jennifer Harrison for coordinating weekly DYSA recaps. The Davis Youth Softball Association Page appears each Friday in The Enterprise. If you don’t see a summary of your favorite team published, talk to that squad’s coach or scorekeeper. 

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