Little League

Boys Intermediate

NAPA Auto Parts edged Superior Tire, 8-7.

Colin Zdarko belted a double for the winners, who broke a 5-5 tie with three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and held on for the victory.

Landon Wood pitched two innings and struck out five, and helped his own cause by scoring two runs. Jayden Rickerson and Zdarko also scored twice, and Zachary Schwab was credited with some fine defensive plays.

Ian Munksgard (RBI) had two hits, and Broc Bryan (RBI) and Brady Shene both scored two runs for Superior Tire. Drake Niemetz and Jack Lynds also drove in a run apiece.

Boys Minors

AGI Safety Services held off Gretchen E. Porier, 8-6.

Logan Ristau smacked a double in support of winning pitcher Wyatt Wilson. Clay Cummings was credited with the save.

Bentley Sherry recorded six strikeouts in two innings of work for Gretchen E. Porier.

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Woodin Law Office downed A&B Heating, behind the pitching of Grant May, Teagan Weissinger, Mason Fleming and Jaret Lang, who combined for nine strikeouts.

Tanner Stuart belted a three-run home run; Richie Dunn added two hits, including a two-run single in the fourth inning to secure the win.

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Behind nine strikeouts from Wesley Cox, Ground Zero Stump Griding edged out Horner Family Practice, 5-4.

Cox also helped his own cause with a triple, and Carson Ferman added an RBI single.

Wyatt Nel (double) had two hits and Liam Hanson fanned eight for Hroner’s Family Practice.

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Second Chance Shop defeated Terry Card Home Improvement, 11-3.

Ty Bryan fanned nine in three innings of work and helped his own cause with an RBI. Teammate Connor Smith chipped in a double.

Colin Blair struck out four, Justin Klenowski fanned two and Deagan Peterson struck out one for Terry Card Home Improvement.

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Tucker Sanford and Grant May collected two hits apiece and May and winning pitcher Keegan Weissinger collected six strikeouts each as A&B Heating downed Gretchen E. Porier, 11-0.

Weissinger, Mason Fleming and Jayden Hornstrom added one hit apiece to the winning effort.

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Chase Card and Degan Peterson each drove in a pair of runs in support of winning pitcher Eddie Abplanalp as Terry Card Home Improvements downed Ground Zero Stump Grinding, 13-1.

Leeland Brown and Bryson Hurley had had hits for Ground Zero Stump Grinding.

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Wyatt Neall and Brayden Frank had six and seven strikeouts respectively as they split duty on the mound as Horner Family Practice downed Woodin Law Office, 15-4, in five innings.

Parker McBride had eight strikeouts in four innings on the hill for Woodin Law Office. Teammate Tanner Stuart belted a double.

Girls Minors

Allegheny Oil and Lube held off SKF, 8-7.

Madison Snell and Kelsi Silves worked two innings apiece in the circle for the winner, who had Sydney Barr smack a triple, Katie Finch a single, and Lilly Richards made an outstanding catch.

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Kaylee Bevevino belted a double in support of winning pitcher Maci Benton to highlight SKF’s 16-8 victory over Rebel Den Fitness.


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