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Tuesday Little League


Tuesday results from Wabash Little League

American League Results from Tuesday, June 18

Game 1
The Wabash Welding Services Braves win over the Alan Zimmerman Law Office Pirates 8-6
The Braves picked up a hard fought win over the Pirates 8-6 to advance to the championship game on Saturday. Leland Wesley picked up the win, allowing zero hits and striking out 8. Jacob Waite led the way for the Braves going 2-2, with a double and triple. Reece Ritter and Brantley Hicks also had triples. Kyler Clark, Eli Ogden, Luke Smith, and Braden Bishir all collected hits for the Braves.
For the Pirates – Brayden Pence told his parents that this would be his last year of baseball and he would play soccer after three and a half years of disappointing results in Little League. Not so fast my friend as due to Alvaro and Martene returning to Spain and vacations, Pence was pressed into service at second base. Pence made a sports center replay catch and hit a triple to tally two RBIs and score eventually himself to lead a comeback attempt by the Pirates that fell just short. Bam Bam Poe hit an inside the park home run with the bases loaded and his cousin Belly Poe hit a triple but the comeback fell just short as the River Pirates fell 8-6 to the AL BRAVES. GUNNER Foust struck out the side and Myles Holley stopped the bleeding in the late innings but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Braves big first inning. The Pirates play again Thursday at 6pm and if they win, they play the Braves again in the championship on Saturday

Game 2
It was the Lundquist Realty Red Sox over the Todd Adams State Farm Giants 15-14.
For the Red Sox – Jayden and Myles McGee scored the winning runs. Natalie Deck with a nice hit. Noah Purdy combined with Pierce McILvenny both pitched well to close the door on the win. The Red Sox will face the Pirates on Thursday 6pm

The Giants went down swinging in the 15-14 loss to the Red Sox.
Konner Graf, Carson Day, and Gabe Bolin received game balls for their efforts today both on and off the field.
Gabe Bolin also doubled bringing in two runs.
Gage Starr hit a double with two RBIs.
Maddix Vest doubled on the day.
To close out the season, the Giants held their heads high, some tears were shed but ultimately we’re looking forward to what’s to come next season.

In a non-elimination game of the evening, the Wabash Elk’s Lodge Cubs defeated the Inguard A’s by a score of 9-2. The game remained scoreless until the top of the third inning when the Cubs scored one run. Nash Cunningham led off with a double. Ryker Wilcox single drove him in for the run and an RBi for Ryker. The A’s had hits in the first inning from Cruz Long (single) and Ryker McKillip (single). They scored their first run in the bottom of the 4th. Jackson Tait singled and scored the run that tied the game. The Cubs went ahead 2-1, in the top of the 5th with a double from Cade Deaton. A groundout and an error pushed him across home plate. The A’s Drew Floor singled in the bottom of the 5th but they were not able to score. The Cubs then scored 7 runs in the top of the 7th with the aid of 4 walks, a Liam Edmond 2 RBI triple, a Cade Deaton single and a 2 RBI double from Malachi Williams. A’s starting pitcher Jackson Tait struck out 2. Reliever Ryker McKillip had 6 strikeouts. The Cub’s starting pitcher Ryker Wilcox struck out 12 batters on the night.

In the second game, an elimination game, the Kendall Electric Yankees defeated the Crossroads Bank Red Sox. The final score was 2-1. The Yankees scored in the first inning with a hit from Weston Smith (RBI single) and 3 walks. The Red Sox answered in the bottom of the first with a run of their own. Carson McKee reached first on an error. Coby Leland singled and Jameson Wallen drove in Carson McKee with a single. Jarin Denney singled for the Yankees in the second. The Yankees scored their second and final run of the night in the top of the 3rd inning. Hudson Haupert led with a single. Harry Sorg’s single pushed Hudson across home plate for their run. Yankees starting pitcher Wiley Sorg pitched 5 1/3 innings, striking out 9 and walking 3. Red Sox starting pitcher Ethan Mahan struck out 5 batters. Reliever Coby Leland added 2 strikeouts of his own.

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