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The 13U Warriors defeated Pacific Baseball Association’s Red Team by a score of 7-2 behind great pitching from Josh Hernandez, Josh Eigenbrocht and Brian Hurley. Austin Aguilar hit two doubles, Hurley also hit two doubles and a single, and Jack Wells scored three runs. The Warriors are now 6-1, with a six game winning streak.
12U Warriors Win
The 12U Warriors team beat The Kamikazes by a score of 9-4. Kai Moran went 3 for 3 at the plate, hitting singles in the second and third innings and hitting a double in the sixth inning. Kenneth Chung got the win for the 12U Warriors team by only allowing one run over three innings. Chung struck out two batters, gave up five hits and had no walks. The game was never in doubt after the second inning, as the Warriors scored four runs on an RBI single by Alexander Saul. The Warriors tacked on another two runs in the third inning. A double by Jackson Benattar ignited the offense. After pushing across one run each in the third and fourth innings, The Kamikazes faced a 6-2 deficit. An error sparked the opposing team’s rally, but Teagan Disharoon got a key strike out to end the inning.
A two-run fifth inning also helped bring The Kamikazes within two runs, but Disharoon put an end to the rally with another strikeout — his fourth of the day. Disharoon also helped himself at the plate by going 2-for-2 on the day.
The Warriors put the game out of reach with three runs in the sixth inning. The rally included a hit by Shawn Joo and Jake Miller’s third walk of the day. Aidan Khare capped his 2 for 2 day by stealing home and scoring his third run of the game.
11U Warriors Blue
The Warriors 11U Blue (4-1-1) team lost to the older E3 12U team last Sunday in a dramatic, last-inning tiebreaker in Mid-Valley League play. The Warriors scored a run in the first inning when utility infielder Joey Wetherbee walked, and catcher Kenneth Chung knocked him in on a base hit up the middle. The wheels fell off in the bottom of the first inning for the Warriors, when they gifted E3 two base runners on a walk and an error. E3 made them pay with a three-run homer over the center-field fence.
The Warriors answered with a run in the second inning, and some aggressive tandem base running by second baseman Connor Rice and third baseman Braden Lowe. In the fourth inning, the Warriors scored three runs to tie the game off RBIs by first baseman Nick Grajeda and Lowe, and then more aggressive tandem base running by Lowe and Wetherbee. Entering the bottom of the fifth inning with a tie game, E3 loaded the bases and won the game on a walk-off base on balls. Warriors pitcher Kai Moran gave up two runs in two innings, struck out four batters and walked only one batter.
10U Warriors Blue Team
The Warriors 10U Blue team jumped out to a 12-run first inning on the Hogs, and captured a 14-6 victory on Sunday in Mid-Valley League play. First-inning RBI singles by Diego Marin, Jonah Henry and Roman Bello helped the Warriors put runs on the board early. Tanner Mahon racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Warriors. He doubled in the third inning and singled in the fourth inning.
Warriors pitcher Colin Kneafsey was in control on the mound, with the Hogs managing just one hit and no earned runs. Kneafsey struck out three batters in two innings of work.
9U Warriors Blue
In what was their biggest win ever in Mid-Valley League play, Coach David “Boomer” Evans’ fired-up Warriors 9U Blue team used the strong pitching of Joseph Norris and Muse Beale, and clutch hitting from Luther Tostrud, Ben Eisendrath, Owen Bookasta and Devin Aure, to topple the Mid-Valley League’s toughest 9U team — the Terror. In completing an impressive 12-7 victory last Sunday, the Warriors (4-4) also avenged a 17-0 defeat by the Terror on March 15. Bookasta’s triple in the fourth inning scored Graham Turner and Ty Malloy, giving the Warriors an 11-7 lead. Beale held the Terror hitless over the last two innings.
9U Warriors Orange
The 9U Warriors orange team jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning behind a Reece Frankel line-drive RBI single up the middle, which scored two runs. Pitcher Cutter East continued to give the first-season Warriors Orange squad stability on the mound, giving up only four earned runs in three innings.
Four costly second-inning errors resulted in 10 runs by opponent, ASAP, and the Warriors (0-6) lost another blowout, 17-7, in Mid-Valley League play last Sunday.
Highlights for the Warriors included another two standout plays at shortstop during the first inning by Luca Ruggiero, a catch in center field by Shane Rice, a 2-for-2 performance at the plate by East, and three RBIs by Frankel.
The 8U Warriors (0-6) fell by a score of 19-8 to the East Valley Eagles last Sunday in Mid-Valley League play. Rio Redwood was a star at the plate, on the mound and on the base paths for the Warriors, and Jack Laffitte continued his hot hitting streak with timely hits and driving in runs. Matthew Hoegee and Edward Maxam provided gutsy pitching performances (and good at bats as well), and Nate Severy had a great debut at catcher, with two of the team’s other catchers unavailable. Jackson Eisenhauer also started a great double play — with a tag out at first base and a laser throw to home plate — and Declan O’Malley helped keep the offense alive.
The 7U Warriors team captured its first victory of the season last Sunday with an 11-4 win against the Bakersfield Tribe. Outstanding pitching from starter Eli Catlin and strong relief appearances from Noah Torres and Lachlin Quinn kept the Tribe’s offense at bay. The Warriors also played impeccable defense, capped by top-notch plays to keep the game close before the Warriors offense broke things open. Jasper Meyerson, Zach Hauser and Will Suslow highlighted the Warriors’ defensive efforts.
Quinn set the tone for the offense, with a first-pitch base hit to right center field to start the game. Discipline at the plate by the whole team led to long at-bats and a long day for the two star Tribe pitchers. Timely hits by Catlin and Derek Wiley helped fuel the offense as well. Tied 4-4 going into the fifth inning, the Warriors took advantage of the lack of pitching depth and scored seven runs to secure the victory.
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