Offense, pitching pave way to Angels victory in Seaview Little League

Youth Scene

May 23, 2012|From Staff Reports

Four pitchers combined for a no-hitter Saturday and the Angels took a 13-1 victory from the Cubs in a Seaview Little League Minor A Division first-round playoff game.

Chandler Kane, Donovan Phillips, Noah Perelman and Niko Colburn teamed up on the mound to stifle the Cubs with nine strikeouts. The foursome was backed a solid defense including plays from Spencer Powley and Lalito Martinez.

The Angels racked up 14 hits, including a double by Noah Perelman, a double and two singles by Sean McCrimmon, triple by Nico Colburn and doubles by Dylan Harrigan, Donovan Phillips and Andrew Lytle.



Ocean View Little LeagueMinor A Division

Mud Hens 10, Red Wings 3: In a first-round tournament game, the Mud Hens overcame a 3-0 deficit to get the win. Hits in the opening inning by Cole Kaplan, Jaron Wallace, Shane Hoodman and Cody Seacat led to three runs for the Red Wings. The Mud Hens stormed back, getting runs batted in from Kyle Roeder, Zander Fletcher, Jag Burden and Nick Skorheim. Chance DiMarco and closer Thomas Williams shared the mound for the Mud Hens and Burden made a big catch in center field.

— Laurie Skorheim

River Cats 13, Express 6: The River Cats jumped out to a 9-0 lead and went on to defeat the Express on Saturday. A three-run triple by Paul Wagner, an RBI double by Sam Myers and an RBI double by Chris Soto led to a five-run third inning for the River Cats. Wagner finished with two hits and three RBIs. Myers also had a two-run single.

The Express pulled to within 9-5 after three innings behind a two-run doubles by Drew Lottsfeldt and Dylan Youngsma.


Minor B Division

Mets 14, Thunder 13: The teams combined for 21 hits and seven lead changes in a game won by the Mets on Sunday. An RBI single by Joey Gentilella scored Elijah Beyer for the go-ahead run in the sixth inning.

Antonio Ventimiglia had three hits, including a double and three RBIs, and Jack Jernigan had an RBI single for the Mets.

Mudcats 14, Hooks 12: Cade Haakenson, William Brooks and Angel Zamora all scored three times Saturday as the No. 9-seed Mudcats knocked off the No. 6-seed Hooks in playoff action.

— Joe Haakenson

Mudcats 9, Lookouts 8: The Mudcats took a 7-0 lead but it took an infield single by Cade Haakenson in the top of the eighth inning that led to the winning run, and the Mudcats went on to a 9-8 win over the No. 3-seed Lookouts.

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