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    Giants 13, Dodgers 8

    The Giants and the Dodgers combined for 21 runs. There were 21 hits, including four extra base hits in the game.

    The Giants jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Jacob Seymour singled. A passed ball then moved Jacob from first to second. Parker Bolesta, Gary Weaver, Mitchell Burgess, Ethan Leone and Nick Finarelli also combined for nine hits and five RBIs.

    Nick Finarelli got the win in relief for the Giants. Nick pitched two innings and allowed three runs.

    The Dodgers responded with two runs in the first with a two-run home run by Ty Federici. He later added another home run in the fourth inning. Other hits for the Dodgers were added by Spencer, Fleeger, Hinesdale, Grebeck, and Schultz.

    Yankees 9, Giants 3

    Evan Zawadzki and Zach Paczweski pitched and combined for eight strike outs to help lead the Yankee’s to the 9-3 win over the Giants. The Yankees had 11 hits lead by Evan Zawadzki 3-4 with two doubles and a single. Logan Pacewski was 2-4 with a triple, Sam Barrouk, Zach Calkins and Ethan Zawadzki each had two hits for the Yankees.

    Gary Weaver started for the Giants striking out 2, followed by Nick Finarelli and Jake Seymour. The Giants were lead by Ethan Leone with 2 hits, Gary Weaver, Ben Bradley and Mike Lugiano each with one hit.

    Yankees 10, A’s 6

    Logan Paczewski pitched 5 inning and struck out 7 to help lead the Yankees to a 10-6 victory. After five innings the game was tied 1-1. The game broke open in the top of the 6 with the Yankees scoring nine runs in the top of the inning. The Yankees hitting was lead by Evan Zawadski and Justin Moss each with three hits, followed by Sam Barrouk with a single and a triple. Caleb Wilson, Zach Pacezski, Joey Peters, Logan Pacewski and Ethan Zawadzki each add hits for the Yankees in the win.

    Cole Kiaser pitched 5 innings and struck out six Yankees for the A’s in the loss. The A’s hitting were lead by Mike Cumbo with two hits and Cole Kiaser, and Jackson Wydra each with hits. The A’s came back in the bottom of the sixth inning and scored five to make it a 10-6 final score.


    Pirates 7, Phillies 0

    Aiden Burkhardt, Jared Adamski and Will Youngman combined to throw a two hitter for the Major League Pirates win against the Phillies.

    At the plate, the Pirates were led by Alan Lisman, Mike Battin, Bryce Chopyak and Will Youngman who each had two hits a piece.

    The Phillies were led by E.J. Matushek and Pat Doran with hits.

    Pirates 4, Yankees 2

    The Major League Pirates had a come from behind victory over the Yankees. The Pirates were led by Will Youngman who hit a game winning home run in the fifth inning. Bryan Osipower and Gavin Adamski were successful at the plate.

    Pitchers for the Pirates were Aiden Burkhardt, Bryce Chopyak and Will Youngman.

    The Yankees were led by Logan Paczewski who was perfect at the plate.

    Pirates 8, Yankees 6

    Trailing entering the last inning the Major Pirates had a walk off home run from Bryce Chopyak to beat the Yankees. Contributing at the plate for the Pirates was Gavin Adamski, Alex Hajkowski and JR Redmond.

    Pitching for the Pirates was Jared Adamski, Brian Kwak and Bryce Chopyak.

    The Yankees were led by Evan Zawatski at the plate.

    Pirates 4, A’s 3

    The Major League Pirates came from behind for third time in four days to beat the A’s, 4-3.

    Pirate pitching was led by Aiden Burkhardt, Gavin Adamski and Will Youngman.

    At the plate, the Pirates having good games were Jared Adamski, Bryan Osipower and Will Youngman.

    A’s hitting was led by Mike Combo and Marc Ramierez.

    Informaiton provided by Back Mountain Little League.

    Informaiton provided by Back Mountain Little League.

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