Tosa Baseball League
Ironbirds 10, Snappers 5 - Jake Long led the team with three hits and an RBI on June 5, Jonathan Copenhaver and Cameron Biggam each had two hits and two RBIs each. Elliot Oquist, Brady Wawrzyniakowski, Parker Schwake, Trey Cotey, Calvin Schwake and Finn Somers all had two hits while Parker Schwake and Trey Cotey each had an RBI.
Ironbirds 9, Blue Thunder 7 - Annie Georgeson led the team with two hits, two RBIs and a run scored on June 8. Carter Wilson had two hits and two runs scored. Miles Menos had a hit and a run scored. Calvin Schwake, Finn Somers and Michael Zidanic each had two hits, an RBI and a run scored. Parker Schwake had two hits and an RBI. Pitcher Michael Zidanic had a great defensive double play in the first inning, with a catch and throw to first base.
Orioles 21, White Sox 3 - The Orioles bats were hot June 5 as they pounded out 20 hits. Defensively, Tyler White and Jamey Squier each recorded unassisted double plays. Phillip Fobair went 4-for-4 with a triple, scoring twice and knocking in two runs, and also pitched a scoreless inning. Ben Terrance went 3-for-3 with a walk, coming around to score all four times he reached base. Tyler White sparked a huge sixth inning hitting a three-run homer, giving him a total of five RBIs for the game. Nick Zunk closed out the frame with a two-RBI triple to cap the high-scoring game for the O's.
Orioles 19, A's 13 - The Orioles bats stayed hot as they piled on runs early and often, keeping the A's at bay. The win takes the Orioles to a stellar 3-0 mark to open the season. Carson Dodge got the O's flying with his first-inning triple, driving in two early runs. The scoring continued in the second inning as the O's plated five more runs including a two-out, two-RBI double by Ollie Clausen. Jamey Squier came up in the third inning with two runners on and hit his second home run of the season, this one a booming three-run blast toward centerfield. Haydn Berg put the finishing touches on the game in style, hitting a two-out, two-RBI triple to cap the scoring the Orioles.
Orioles 23, Yankees 8 - O's are 4-0 and their pitching was brilliant as six different pitchers combined to strike out, while giving up only three walks through six innings. Noah Newman struck out two on the mound and also recorded two singles. Logan Riemer was a double short of the cycle as he went 4-for-4 with a home run and a triple, tallying six RBIs. Haydn Berg drove a two-run home run out to center field in the top of the fifth inning. Ben Tarrance continued his hot hitting with two doubles, driving in three. Michael Erickson had two triples while Taylor Williams also recorded a triple.
Stingers 5, Riversharks 2 - The Stingers won June 5 as Ty Sutherland and Henry Lehman both hit solid doubles. Late in the game, pitcher Tyler Piek caught a pop fly for a key defensive play.
Stingers 6, Scorpions 0 - Ben Murphy, Grant Winkel, Tyler Piek, Wesley Miller and Henry Lehman all combining for a shutout June 7. After fouling off several pitches, Noah Glodoski drew a walk that contributed to a four-run inning. Sam Cook socked a home run in the fourth. Dimetrious Dalton made a great defensive play at first base.
Girls Fastpitch Softball
Hornets 22, Yellow Jackets 9 - On June 2 in the top of first, Mariana Ibanez-Baldor pitched out of a jam leaving the bases loaded, keeping the damage to one run. In the bottom of the first, the Hornets started the season out with three straight hits with Elizabeth Bueckers capping the inning off with a two-RBI smash. With the help of some stellar defense behind them, Ibanez-Baldor and Allie Kuhn pitched a great first four innings for the Hornets, while the team continued to have success offensively. The Yellowjackets offense started clicking the last two innings scoring seven of their runs, but the Hornets offense never relented pulling away with a victory.
Hornets 12, Flames 5 - The Flames started out on fire scoring four runs in the bottom of the first to take a 4-1 lead on June 5. After that, the Hornets defense stiffened up with great pitching by Emily Becker and Allie Kuhn, allowing only one run the rest of the game. While holding down the Flames, the Hornets chipped away at the lead with Hannah Kathrein getting the first of her two RBIs in the fifth, pulling the Hornets within two runs. Then, in the sixth, the Hornets took the lead for good when they erupted for nine runs with Jessica Marty bringing in three runs with a hard-hit single.
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