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Majors standings

Through May 15

Team W L

Yankees 10 2

Red Sox 7 6

Dodgers 7 6

White Sox 7 6

Giants 6 7

Rockies 1 11

May 8

Giants 1, Red Sox 0

WP: Chris Wermes (6 IP, 0R, 1H, 12K, 0BB)

Offense: Giants – Jimmy Kastanes 2-3, 2B; Chris Wermes 1-3, RBI.

Game notes: Chris Wermes threw a perfect game for the Giants. Then put a nail in the coffin by singling in the only Giants run in the top of 4th after Jimmy Kastanes lead off with a double.

White Sox 12, Rockies 5

WP: Chris Fox (3 2/3 IP, 0R, 0H, 8K, 0BB)

Offense: White Sox – Nolan Lewis 3-3, 2RBI; Andy Brooding 2-2; Dylan Augerot 2B; Corbett Wade 2B. Rockies – Braden Giacomini 1-3, RBI.

May 10

Red Sox 7, Dodgers 1

WP: Taylor Daniels (4 IP, 1R, 4H, 7K, 0BB)

Offense: Red Sox – Connor Casey 3B, RBI, SAC; Taylor Daniels 3B; Nathaniel King 2-2, Cory Pierce 1-2, 2RBI. Dodgers – Ryan Sawyer 2-2

May 12

Yankees 4, White Sox 3

WP: Morgan Juric (6IP, 3R, 4H, 13K, 2BB)

Offense: Yankees – Morgan Juric 1-1, 2BB; White Sox: Chris Fox 2B; Boddi Winegar RBI.

Game notes: Morgan Juric dominated the game from the start striking out eight in the first four innings. He started to get tired in the fifth as the White Sox rallied for three runs. After regaining his composure, Juric struck out five of the next seven batters to take home the win.

May 15

Giants 7, White Sox 2

WP: Chris Wermes (6IP, 2R, 4H, 12K, 0BB)

Offense: Giants – Chris Wermes 3 for 3, 2B (2), RBI; Jordan Beskeen RBI; Chad Bramer RBI; Cole White RBI. White Sox – Dylan Augerot 2-2, 2B; Dylan Nelson both 2 -2, 2B.

Dodgers 9, Rockies 8

WP: Coleman Huntley (3IP, 7R, 3H, 0K, 4BB)

Offense: Dodgers – Ryan Sawyer 2-4, 3B; Nick Michaud 2-3, 2B (2), RBI; David Karas 2-3, RBI. Rockies – Matt Veneman 2B, 2 RBI.

Game notes: The Rockies hung tough trailing 4-1 after four innings and rallied against the Dodger pitching by scoring six runs in the fifth inning. Adding another run in the top of the sixth, the Rockies appeared to have booked this one with an 8-4 lead. But the bottom of the order came alive for the Dodgers to take it back in the bottom of the sixth and seal the victory.

Yankees 4, Red Sox 3

WP: Zachary Welz (6IP, 3R, 4H, 7K, 3BB)

Offense: Yankees – Nick Viola 2-2, 2B, RBI; Morgan Juric 2B; Chayton Garcelon 2B; Michael Tomkiewicz RBI. Red Sox – Joey Cassar RBI; Cody Pierce RBI.

Game notes: The Yankees squeezed out another victory behind the pitching of Zachary Welz who threw a complete game. The Yankees’ three extra base hits were the spark they needed and created the runs to give them the margin of victory.

Bear River Minors Standings

Through May 19

Team W L

Giants 3 0

Pirates 2 1

Yankees 2 1

Cubs 1 2

A’s 1 2

Cardinals 0 3

This week’s scores

May 10 – Giants 10, Cards 3; A’s 7, Cubs 6

May 12 – Yankees 13, Pirates 9

May 15 – Pirates 16, A’s 10; Cubs 14, Cards 11; Giants 7, Yankees 6

May 17 – Cubs 13, Giants 14

May 18 – Yankees 14, A’s 7

May 19 – Pirates 14, Cards 13

Nevada City Little League

Majors standings

Through May 18

Team W L

Red Sox 9 1

Dodgers 7 4

Indians 6 6

Giants 4 6

Yankees 0 10

May 15

NC Red Sox 9, NC Dodgers 2

WP: Robbie Porter (6IP, 7K, 2H, 1ER)

Offense: The Red Sox combined for 11 hits Ð Robbie Porter 3-4, HR, 2B, 4 RBI;

Ryan Zink 2-3, 2-2B; Michael Graham 2-3.

Game notes: The Red Sox scored three in the first inning, capped off by Porter’s three-run homer. They added three in the fifth and three in the sixth innings. Daniel Charvoz’s double and Vinny Staffa’s single in the sixth accounted for the two hits by the Dodgers.

May 17

NC Indians 10, NC Yankees 4

Game notes: The Indians evened their record at 6-6 defeating the Yankees 10 to 4. John Sekerak was 4 for 4 with 3 RBI and Colin Lee was 3 for 3 with 3 RBI. Michael Landrie also contributed with two hits and 2 RBI.

Colin Lee pitched three innings, giving up one run and striking out six. Matt Wittler followed by pitching two innings and giving up two runs, while striking out five. Travis Milhous led the Yankees by going 2 for 3 with an RBI and also pitching five innings, striking out nine.

Grass Valley Little League

Majors standings

Through May 15

Team W L

Pirates 11 1

Yankees 8 3

Angels 6 6

Giants 5 6

Mariners 1 10

May 10

Pirates 6, PV Angels 2

WP: Jordan Smith (3IP, 3H, 4K, 4BB)

Pirates – Jordan Smith 3-3, 2B (3), 3RS; PV Angels – Trevor Garsell 2-3.

Game notes: The Angels took the lead at the top of one, but the Pirates tied it in the second. Chris Haines (PV Angels) had a strong showing on the mound for the Angels. The Pirates scored four more runs in the fourth to win the game.

May 11

GV Mariners 7, GV Angels 3

WP: Glen Hogan (6IP, 5K)

Offense: Mariners – Glen Hogan 1HR, 2B, 3RBI; Lawrence Reese HR. Angels – Harris Volkheim 2-3, RBI; Gabe Harris 2B

May 15

GV Angels 11, GV Yankees 10

WP: Ryan Sweeton (3IP, 4K)

Offense: Angels – Kirby Thomason 2-4, HR, 2B, 5RBI; Zion Davison HR, RBI; Conner Townsend HR, 2RBI; Jonika Weerasckara 2B; Jamison Simmons 2RBI. Yankees – Doug Parks 2-4, 2B (2), RBI; Christian Gibbons 2B, RBI

Game notes: Starting off with a three-run homer by Thomason and scoring nine runs in the first two innings, the Angels also added back-to-back homers in the fourth by Davison and Townsend, but the Yankees battled back scoring three runs in the second and adding seven more by the fifth.

Pirates 11, Giants 4

WP: Dillon Jones (3IP, 4H, 4K, 0BB)

Pirates – Jordan Smith 3-3, HR, 5RBI; Rafael Iriarte 2-3; Andrew Smith 2-4; Dillon Jones 2-4, 3RS; Giants – Matt Blesio 2-3, 2RBI.

Game notes: Jordan Smith started the Pirates off with a two-run homer in the first. The Giants rallied back, but the Pirates were hitting the ball and came up with the win.


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