Majors Dodgers @ Orioles, 2014-04-16 18:30:00                read full game highlight
The game between the Orioles and Dodgers started off with the Orioles pushing across 2 runs on some nice hits by Jared Demott and Jared Miller.
The Dodgers were able to score 8 runs in the first inning with key hits by multiple Dodgers.
Julian Rizo hit his first little league homer off the scoreboard. Tyler Hentz and Cooper Telish also hit homeruns in the game.
Christian Nuno pitched well for 3 innings and Cole Hunter and Luke Pruitt did a nice job in relief and they were able to help close out the game. Cooper Telish, Tyler Hentz, Zachary Brown, Luke Pruitt, Cade Kading, Cameron Clark all had multiple hits for the Dodgers throughout the night.
JV Giants @ Angels, 2014-04-16 16:15:00                read full game highlight
The JV Giants gave up lead, the JV Angels win 12-7

With the game scoreless in the bottem of the first half inning Jacob Curry came to the plate and singled, scoring Wes Cutter for the JV Giants.

Jacob Curry reached base two times in the game for the JV Giants. He scored two runs and had one RBI.

The JV Angels' Justin Jackson showed his talents on both sides of the diamond with a strong game on the mound and at the plate.

Justin Jackson racked up two RBIs on two hits for the JV Angels. He singled in the third inning and homered in the fourth inning.

Justin Jackson looked sharp on the rubber. Justin held the JV Giants hitless over one inning, allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out one.

The JV Angels hit four home runs in the win. Home runs for the JV Angels came when Justin Jackson homered in the fourth inning, Andres Pineda homered in the fourth inning, and Zackery Leeper homered in the fourth inning.

Vincent Quinn got the win. Andres Pineda pitched 1 1/3 innings. Andrea Pineda struck out four, walked three and gave up four hits.

The JV Angels added two more runs in the top of the third. A steal of home scored Justin Jackson to start the scoring in the inning. That was followed up by Zackery Leeper's single, bringing home Chris Soliman.

Five runs in the bottom of the third helped the JV Giants close their deficit to 7-7. An RBI single by Josh Munatones, a walk by Jacob Curry, a passed ball, an RBI single byNate Maggiorel, and an error gave the JV Giants life.

The JV Angels scored five runs in the fourth, due in large part to a solo blast off the bat of Andres Pineda to begin the inning.
Minors Mets @ Orioles, 2014-04-05 18:00:00                read full game highlight
A close fought match with a lot of good hitting on both sides. Lead changes just about every inning. Going into the bottom of the sixth, the score was tied 12-12. Ben Stapp Singled to right, center. Next at bat was Ryan Rogers who had just pitched two solid innings. He hit a walk off triple to score Stapp and win the game.

RYAN ROGERS! Clap Clap ClapClapClap!

RYAN ROGERS! Clap Clap ClapClapClap!
Majors Cubs @ Dodgers, 2014-04-05 15:30:00                read full game highlight
The Cubs cheered their way to their 8th loss of the season. Despite falling behind early, the Cubs dugout remained loud and rowdy. The chants and cheers spurred on a comeback rally that ended up falling short as the Cubs lost to the Dodgers 7-9.

In stark contrast to the Cubs, the Dodgers proved that they are true Little League Professionals by remaining silent the entire game.
JV Dodgers @ Giants, 2014-04-05 15:30:00                read full game highlight
If Little League Claremont wanted to write a better script between the JV Giants and Dodgers they would not had written this any better than what this season its shaping out to be. Both teams have shown resilience and fight that the series will have to be decided on the last game of the season.
Great game boys.
Majors Angels @ Royals, 2014-04-05 13:00:00                read full game highlight
It wasn't always pretty, unless you count the couple of plays that were pretty ugly, but in the end it was a competitive and exciting game between the visiting Royals and the homestanding Angels. The Angels started strong, with Ryley Swift pitching to two "three up, three down" innings, and Brock Grillo blasting a two run first inning home run that landed in the top part of the tallest tree between the left-center fence. After two full innings, the Angels led 4-0 and the Royals recent woes seemed far from over. In the third inning, however, the Royals finally awoke from their two game slumber and erupted for eight runs. Aiden Caron's third home run of the season was the highlight of the inning for the Royals. By the time the bottom of the sixth inning rolled around, the score was 11-9, Royals. Two walks, two strikeouts, and two singles later, the bases were loaded, the score was 11-10, and everyone was on the ed
ge of
their seat. Mae Key-Ketter focused her stare on her catcher, throw three good fastballs by the hitter, and the Royals escaped with the win.

Key-Ketter, Caron, Nolan Rodriguez, and Bradyn Wishek contributed two hits apiece to the Royals attack. Ryley Swift and Brock Grillo had two apiece for the Angels, who received hits from the vast majority of their lineup.

Nolan Rodriguez pitched well over four and two thirds innings, and Key-Ketter got the final four outs for the Royals, all on strikeouts. Ryley Swift, Colin O'Neill, and Brock Grillo shared pitching duties for the Angels, with Swift's dominant first two innings serving as a highlight.
Majors Angels @ Dodgers, 2014-04-02 18:30:00                read full game highlight
Report from the Dodgers:
The contest between the Dodgers and the Angels saw multiple pitchers from both teams.
The Dodgers were able to capitalize on some good hitting at key moments of the game. At this point of the season it was good to see various pitchers thoughout the game on both sides.
Cade Kading threw for the first time this season and looked very good on the mound. The Dodgers have now thrown every kid on the team this season which is a great sign for them.
Brock Grillo made some outstanding defensive plays for the Angels but the Dodgers were able to key the Angels off balanced for most of the night.
JV Dodgers @ Angels, 2014-04-02 16:15:00                read full game highlight
The JV Angels outlast the Dodgers in high-scoring affair, 9-8

Fans were treated to a high-scoring affair Wednesday (April 2) as the JV Angels outscored the Dodgers 9-8 in five innings.

The teams banged out 23 hits between them, as well as six for extra bases.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to four lead changes in the game.

The JV Angels finally managed to grab the lead after a strong third inning. The JV Angels went up for good on an RBI single by Zackery Leeper off Talon Lewis, plating Justin Jackson.

Justin Jackson got the win for the JV Angels. He allowed one run over three innings. He struck out five, walked three and surrendered four hits.

The JV Angels easily handled the Dodgers pitching as six hitters combined for nine hits, eight RBIs and nine runs scored.

The JV Angels jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the top of the first. Andres Pineda tripled to ignite the JV Angels' offense, before Vincent Quinn singled, scoring Andres. The JV Angels pushed more runs across when Quinn and Grillo scored on a two-run double by Justin Jackson. Then Justin Jackson and Chris Soliman scored on a two-run double by Zackery Leeper.

The JV Angels didn't give up the lead after the third inning. Additional runs came from a two-run triple by Justin Jackson.

One run in the bottom of the fifth helped the Dodgers close their deficit to 9-8. An RBI single by Grant Walsh sparked the Dodgers' rally. The JV Angels closed the game out when Justin Jackson got Caleb Settles to ground out.
Majors Royals @ Orioles, 2014-04-01 18:30:00                read full game highlight
It is hard to say which was colder, the night air or the Royals' bats. The dugout of the visiting Orioles was plenty warm as they produced 13 hits and led from start to finish to earn the 6-1 victory. Jake Retzlaff (two innings) and Jerrod Miller combined to limit the Royals to 3 hits. At the plate, Colin Jacques led the attack with a 3-3 performance, while Jerod Demott, Jake Retzlaff, and Brendon Diaz each enjoyed a 2-3 night. The young Retzlaff also managed to talk the entire time he was at shortstop without suffering an injury to his jaw. The elder Retzlaff got caught socializing when he should have been coaching, but the team had no trouble overcoming the lapse.

On the Royals side of the field, highlights were few and far between. Bradyn Wishek made two fine plays at the centerfield position, and Brendon Cannings and Nathan Elias teamed up to teach some humility to an overly aggressive runner. Nolan Rodriguez pitched well in relief.
JV Giants @ A's, 2014-04-01 16:15:00                read full game highlight
Today's game was felt like a fall game as the wind picked up and made it colder than what it was. Our kids were ready and the game started with great pitching. As the game progressed the giants pulled ahead of the A's and kept the lead until the end. Great game kids.