Shelton American Little League roundup as follows:
Woods Insurance White Sox 7, Stone Garden Farm Brewers 1
Starting pitcher Owen Horne owned the night with a fantastic pitching performance — working 5 1/3 innings, giving up only one hit and striking out 15.
He helped his own cause with two hits and three runs scored.
Graham Malvasi and Noah Dzurenda chimed in with a couple hits for the Sox.
The hit by the Brewers was a home run by Nick Walsh, his third of the season.
Q Gardens Yankees 15, Chagnon Electric Orioles 5
The Yankees were led by pitcher Max Macchia. After a rough first inning, where he gave up a three-run home run to Charlie Chagnon, Macchia settled down.
He blanked the Orioles into the fifth, allowing the Yankees to chip away with two in the third, one in the fourth and three in the fifth to take a 6-3 lead.
With two men on and two outs and the tying run at the plate in Chagnon, reliever Dylan Desio got the slugger to groundout to end the Orioles’ rally.
The Yankees put the game away in the sixth, scoring nine runs, sparked by Benny VanTine’s two-run single to left-center.
Yankees 9, Orioles 7
Another first inning home run by Charlie Chagnon put the O’s ahead 2-0 early in the game.
The Orioles scored in the second and third to take a 5-0 lead into the bottom of the third inning.
The Yankees would get themselves back in the game by scoring four times in the bottom half of the frame.
A big RBI double by pitcher Nick Dingwall (3-for-3) would score Robert Mackey and a two-run single by Max Macchia highlighted the inning.
Orioles’ starting pitcher Tyler Janik struck out seven and added a pair of doubles at the plate.
He pitched into the fifth, but the Yankees scored five times in the inning off him and reliever Benny Peters.
Brian Modica’s leadoff triple sparked the rally.
After a flyout, Dingwall hit another RBI double — the first of five straight hits by Yankees’ batters.
Monts Mart Red Sox 16, Burns Construction Mets 13
The Red Sox defeated the Mets at the Community Center, 16-13.
The game went back-and-forth for the early innings, until the Red Sox held the Met bats in check in the fifth inning and went ahead in the bottom of the frame.
The Red Sox simply peppered the field with countless singles, with the exception of Aidan Tomlinson’s deep fly ball and Jacob Villalobos’ liner to deep center.
Anthony Voccola showed off his new batting stance and hit the ball well.
For the Mets, Tommasso Onofrio and Kyle Miller each had two doubles and Mike Boccio went 4-for-4.
Joey Giliotti displayed the most power for the evening — crushing a loud smash to deep left-center.
In the field for the Red Sox, Peter Whaley displayed consistent and excellent decision-making in fielding numerous plays.
For the Mets, Logan Weiss made a nice play at the plate.
Blanchettes Sporting Goods Pirates 16, Tom Robinson Photography Cardinals 4
Cardinals player Ari Papadimitriou made two excellent plays at first base and Charlie Connery had three hits.
Red Sox 14, Cardinals 7
Nicolas Autore had three hits, including a triple. Joey Schiappa and Roy Lenhard both made excellent plays in the field
The Draft House Yankees 16, Burns Construction Mets 12
Luke Petrocelli played great in the field and had two hits for the Mets.
Trey Bogdansky had a couple nice plays in the outfield. Michael Boccio and Kyle Miller scored two runs each and Joe Giliotti scored three times in the game.
For the Yanks, Tommy DeRosa had a big double down the line for the winning hit.
Justin Silverstein and Luke Barroza combined for a few standout defensive plays for the Yankees.