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2 Games were played as the American League tournament started play.

In Game 1- it was the Wabash Welding Services Braves defeating the Trophy Center Plus Tigers 18-3.
The Braves picked up a 18-3 victory over the Tigers in the first round of the American League tournament. Luke Smith had a triple and drove in 1 run. LaDontae Washington had an inside the park home run – driving in 3. Reece Ritter had an inside the park homerun , and Leland Wesley also had a inside the park home run (grand slam) for the Braves
For the Tigers – Trey Whybrew had a RBI single and Khloe Hannah made a nice play on a high flyball.

Game 2
The Lundquist Realty Red Sox win over the Kalenborn Wear Protection Solutions Orioles 15-3
For the Red Sox – Colton McCoart pitched really well. The hitting was lead by khrishna Patel, Pierce McILvenny, Max Gillenwater, and Natalie Deck. It was a great eat team win!
For the Orioles – Drew Stanley, Wyatt Poole, and Layton Booth all had good hitting. Bree Smith had a single and RBI.

In the only game of the night, the Wabash Hardware Giants defeated the Crossroads Bank Red Sox by a score of 12-2. For the Giants: Quinton Siders, Gavin Trotter and Barrett Jones all had singles. Aiden Stanfield singled twice on the night. Colton Rice singled with 1 RBI. Connor Krom had a double with an RBI. Starting pitcher Barrett Jones had 11 strikeouts. Relief pitcher Gavin Trotter struck out one batter. For the Red Sox: Carson McKee singled. Ethan Mahan had an RBI single. Jimmy Deck doubled. Starting pitcher Ethan Mahan struck out 4 batters. Relief pitchers Jimmy Deck-two strikeouts and Coby Leland- 3 strikeouts.

American League Results from Saturday, June 8

Saturday was the last day of regular season for the American League and it was a full day with 4 games. Their Post season tournament starts this evening.

Game 1
It was the Wabash Welding Services Braves defeating the Bott Mechanical White Sox 12-2
The Braves finished the season with a 12-2 win over the White Sox to finish 13-1 on the season. Reece Ritter went 2-2 with a triple an inside the park homerun, driving in 4 runs. Leland Wesley was also 2-2 with a triple. Eli Ogden was sharp on the mound striking out 7 and giving up NO hits.
There were no games results for the White Sox.

Game 2
It was the Kalenborn Wear Protection Solutions finishing at a tie game with the Trophy Center Plus Tigers. Yes a tie, it was unfortunate, but the time limit had expired
For the Orioles – Drew Stanley went 2 for 3 at bat. Addision Nelson pitched for the first time this season
For the Tigers – Camden Brubaker and Riddik Dietrich each had RBI singles.

Game 3
It was the Siders Premier Properties Yankees over the Todd Adams State Farm Giants 16-9.
The Yankees were lead by Brantley Gatchel, who pitched well, had a double, and a single. Riley Sutphin had another good game at the plate with two hits.
There were no game results for the Giants.

Game 4
It was the Alan Zimmerman Law Office Pirates over the Lundquist Realty Red Sox 18-3.
For the Pirates, coach Zimmerman was extremely happy with the team play and support of the Cameras bothers, who will return to Spain and their last game will be Tuesday evening.
For the Red Sox – Zak Howard records his first strikeout of the year and Max Gillenwater roped a double in the loss

American League Results from Thursday, June 6

Game one

The Alan Zimmerman Law Office Pirates defeating the Todd Adams State Farm Giants 16-13

Quinten Poe had two doubles, scored twice, and had 5 RBI to lead the River Pirates 🏴‍☠️ to a 16-13 victory over the Giants on a beautiful sunny evening at the Field of Dreams. Gunner Foust had two doubles and scored two runs. Quinten’s cousin, Bam-Bam had a triple, a double, scored two runs, and had 2 RBI. Myles Holley had a single that plated two RBI and scored two runs The two boys who are returning home to Spain soon also contributed with Alvero hitting a triple that plated three runs and his little brother Martene getting his second hit of the year and recording a strikeout on the bump.
The Giants lose a tough one, but Coach Dials continues to motivate the mighty Giants. Caleb Vanlandingham pitched really well, and the lineup hit well.

Game 2

The Siders Premier Properties Yankees win over the Trophy Center Plus Tigers 12-7

For the Yankees – The Yankees were led by Riley Sutphin’s inside the park home run and single. Marshall Dyson pitched well in the victory.

For the Tigers – A lot of great play for the team in the loss. But none better than Parker Treska getting his first hit of the season and knocking in his first run of the season. The excitement of Parker and even his dad Joe, said it all. Great job Parker!!

In the first game of the night, the Inguard A’s defeated the Crossroads Bank Red Sox by a score of 4-0. For the A’s: Cruz Long singled. Ryker McKillip doubled with 2 RBI’s. Starting pitcher Cruz Long struck out 10 batters. For the Red Sox: Jameson Wallen and Ezra Williams both had singled. Starter pitcher Camden McKee had 6 strikeouts. Relief pitcher Jimmy Deck added one strikeout of his own.

In the second game of the night, the Kendall Electric Yankees defeated the Intrasect Technologies Blackhawks by a score of 10-7. For the Yankees: Wiley Sorg and Weston Smith both singled. Jaxten Chambers tripled. Tytus Dawes had 3 singles and 1 RBI on the night. Jarin Denney singled twice and had one RBI. Starting pitcher Harry Sorg struck out one. Relief pitcher Tytus Dawes added one strikeout. For the Blackhawks: Jayce Kirkpatrick, Mathis Holbert, Maddy Stahl and Easton Stahl all singled on the night. Cale Enyeart had a single with one RBI. Silas Tavares had two singles and one RBI. Starting pitcher Jayden Culver struck out 4 batters. Relief pitchers: Jayce Kirkpatrick added 2 strikeouts and Zayne Amburgey struck out 3.

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