Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup


Johnny Torres singled home Xavier Foust in the last of the sixth inning as Lewis and Lewis Law Firm edged Sauce Restaurant, 4-3.

Torres wound up with two hits while Adam Powell and Carson Panebianco added a hit apiece for the winners.

Caleb Piazza was outstanding defensively for Lewis and Lewis.

Aric Bloomquist had two hits and Antonie Rodriguez, Max Knight and Anthony Rodriguez added a hit each in the loss. Dalton Caldwell shined defensively for Sauce.



Chelsea Trapani drove in four runs with two hits as defeated Jeremy’s Bel-View Restaurant.

Gabbie Pocza stroked two hits while Zaporah Sparrow and Gracelyn Stevenson each added a hit with Stevenson’s hit bringing in a run in the win.

Mallory Dahlgren was the hitting standout and Kenzie Westley was the defensive standout for Bel-View.

Abbie Derby’s pitching earned her the defensive award for the

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Randolph Majors Peaches & Cream defeated Falconer Majors K A Property Plus, 17-9.

The Randolph Peaches &Cream top defensive players were Jaclynn Flood from the circle and Chloe Chadwick, who made an outstanding catch.

The top offensive player for Peaches &Cream was Andi Frame.

The top defensive player for Falconer K A Property Plus was Mary Beth Sigular. Its offensive player was Emily Payne.

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Reagan Bates had two runs scored and a triple while Paige Gratto pitched a fine game when Beaver Boys Construction prevailed over Sherman-Clymer Youth Foundation, 20-17.

For Beaver Boys, Siri DuBois was the hitting standout and Alexis Delcamp was strong in the field.


Angela Pond collected three hits when Falconer Whitetail defeated Randolph Auto, 18-15.

Katrina Schrantz and Emily Rhinehart chipped in with two hits for Falconer Whitetail. Olivia Shawley led the offense and Aryana Sears was the defensive standout in the loss.

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MacKenzie Baran had three hits when Randolph Big Dog Gravel defeated Southwestern Tanglewood Group, 17-10.

Baran also scored three runs while teammate Lillie Beaver was the defensive standout.

Mayah Reyes drilled five hits to go along with three RBIs and two runs scored, and Khloe Johnson had five hits, with an RBI and four runs scored in the setback.



Precision Engine and Machine topped Barton Tool, 14-10, thanks to two hits, four RBIs and a career-first out-of-the-park home run from Gage Swanson.

Brodie Little added two hits, including a triple, with three RBIs.

Jacob Freshwater added a hit for Barton Tool.


Jackson Dominick was the offensive Player of the Game and Jack Olsen the defensive Player of the Game for Kallie’s Krusade in its game with Forge.

For Forge, the offensive standout was Jackson Kaltenbach and the defensive standout was Jose Rosado.

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Connor Kilbury was the offensive Player of the Game and John Schnars the defensive standout for Farm Fresh Foods in its game with Elks Lodge No. 263.

For the Elks, Brady Hughes was the offensive standout and Noah Greenman was the defensive standout.


Trenton Walrod singled in the winning run as the Rockies edged the Astros, 6-5.

Keith Miller had three hits with two triples and Brady Weatherby added two hits for the winners.

Quincey Pace and Kory Thaggard belted out three hits each and Brennan Carrahar had two hits for the Astros.