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Wednesday, July 1:
Little League All-Stars
San Francisco National vs Novato North, 5:30pm at Tepper
San Francisco American vs Mill Valley Blue, 5:30pm at Boyle Park
San Francisco National vs Ross Valley, 5:30pm at Bacich
Tuesday, June 30:
Little League All-Stars
San Francisco National def Mill Valley, 4-2
Sunday, June 28:
Little League All-Stars
San Francisco American def Tiburon, 6-4
San Francisco American def San Rafael, 13-1
West Marin def San Francisco National, 5-4
San Francisco American def West Marin, 7-4
Twin Cities def San Francisco National, 5-4
The SF American 9-10 Little League All-Stars moved to 5-0 after an impressive 7-4 victory over a plucky West Marin squad. Sebastian Elsner led the way with 5 1/3 dominant innings on the mound, notching 4 strikeouts. Brayden Matthews got the final 2 outs for the save continuing a string of strong pitching performances. Zeke Noveshen led the way on offense hitting the team’s 1st HR of the tourney, a 2 run shot in the 3rd that gave SFA their 1st lead of the game; one they would not relinquish. Sebastian Elsner and Sumner Estes also contributed RBI’s to the cause. Solid, smart base-running was a key factor too as Luke Bradley, Parker Gibson and Elijah Andrews all scampered home on wild pitches. The SFA team will shoot for a top 2 seed on Weds as they close out pool play vs. Mill Valley Blue.
The SFLL All-Stars teams have been selected. The rosters, schedules, and updates are posted on the links below.
All-Stars games are a real treat to watch and feature our best players against the best of the Marin players in our District.
SFLL will be hosting All-Stars games almost every day from June 20 through mid-July.
All-Stars, tough one, but great effort! Our bats came alive (4 doubles and a homer), we pitched and fielded great (just two walks and an error). Jaiden and Ryan getting the offense started in the 2nd with back-to-back doubles for our first run to make it 2-1 West Marin, Jack pitching 3 strong innings to start us off, Aidan and Julian reaching in the third before Luke's deep 3-run homer made it 4-2 SF (West Marin's CF, who played a heck of a game, also nabbed Luke's fly up against the fence at the 212' sign in left center in the 1st). Justin playing a masterful game behind the plate, throwing out a base stealer and ripping a double to the gap, Julian, Noa & Aidan all came in to pitch great. Aidan had two hits on the day (and was robbed of a third in CF), Julian had several key plays at the unlikely position of 2B, Noa got a clutch leadoff hit in a huge battle AB to start the bottom of the 6th, but it was not to be. Will coming through again with two hard shots including a monster double, Nick on it on every pitch at 3B, Jaret making all the plays at first plus bombing another SFN fly ball to the warning track and West Marin's strong CF, Jackson nearly beating out a hit with all-out hustle, Jack, Aidan and Luke turning a textbook 4-6-3 DP. A true team effort yet again. See you Tuesday for practice, All-Stars- back at it for our last pool play tune up on Thursday!
It took five games for SFA 11U to finally have a complete game offensively and defensively. After giving up a Mako- and wind-aided home run in the top of the first, Michael Gormley settled down to shut down San Rafael over four innings, giving up only 2 hits overall keeping the San Rafael all-stars off balance. The defense was solid with Mason Chang vacuuming grounders at second, Evan Aubry ranging far and wide in center field, and Christopher Moon anchoring home plate.
On the offensive side, SFA had great at bats tallying 10 hits, 6 walks, 2 ROE, and 1 HBP. The big hits were a double by Luke McMahan and triple by Parker Falzone. Joining the hit parade were Ronin Mukai, Michael Gormley, Evan Aubry, Casey Leavitt-McGee, Keifer Wood and Alexander Getty. The damage would have been worse with two hard hit balls by Mark Zhu with bases loaded that turned into outs. The offense was relentless.
A good day, and a small step in SFA’s journey to compete with the dominant teams in the district. Kudos to an overmatched San Rafael team that battled hard - their second baseman took a shot to the jaw on a bad hop, the catcher took a couple of foul tip shots, and the right fielder relentlessly backed up every play in a losing cause. More work to do as the SFA look forward to their next game in Novato this Thursday.
San Francisco American 12U All-Stars and Tiburon exchanged the lead three times on Sunday, but SFA held on in the end with a 6-4 win in six innings over Tiburon at Tepper.
The top of the first saw SFA take a quick 2-0 lead. Kade Venkatesan led off the game with a screaming single to left. Kade moved to second on a wild pitch, and Zach Mathews moved Kade to third on a ground out to first base. Ben Slaughter worked a walk, then stole second base to set up runners on second and third for Benito Nichols. Benito hit a sacrifice fly to center field where it was mishandled by the center fielder. Kade scored from third, Ben went to third, and Benito moved up to second base on the error. Jack Schonherr grounded out to score Ben from third.
Tiburon answered right back in the bottom of the first inning with four runs of their own on three walks, a single, sacrifice fly, and a double to make the score 4-2 Tiburon.
SFA chipped away at the lead in the top of the second. Owen Stevenson led off with a line drive single to left. Owen worked his way around to third on a couple of wild pitches. With two outs Kade hit a grounder to short and hustled down the line to beat the throw from shortstop to score Owen from third and cut Tiburon's lead to 4-3. Hot Wheels!
In the top of the third, Ben worked a six-pitch walk. Ben made his way around to third on two Tiburon wild pitches. Benito battled for six pitches and hit a sharp grounder to short to score Ben to tie the game at 4.
SFA took the lead for good in the top of the fourth. Sam Kominowski worked a one-out walk on six pitches. Josh Wong came in to pinch run for Sam. Howard Harden battled for seven pitches to fly out to deep right field. With two outs, Kade fell behind 0-2, fouled off another pitch before launching one towards the Tepper scoreboard to score Josh and a 6-4 lead.
After a shaky first inning, Kade settled down and dominated the rest of the way and earned the win. Kade totaled 5-1/3 innings pitched. After the first inning Kade allowed no runs on two hits, one walk, and five strikeouts.
After Kade reached the max pitch limit, Liam McGrath was called in to put out the fire. Liam threw six pitches and induced two infield popups to earn the save.
SFA's bats were live, but the ball just didn't find holes today. Many batters had quality at bats that did not translate in the box score. Jacob MacGregor hit a seed to shortstop. Jared Kahn worked a six pitch walk in the fifth, and Sebastian Deery hit a hard grounder to shortstop in the second.
SFA now stands with a 4-1 record. The next game is Friday, 5:30pm at Hamann Field in Novato. Come on out and root for "the Bay".
On a day where there were 25 hits, 14 that belonged to SFA, the final tally came on a bases loaded walk against Twin Cities by Michael Gormley, capping off a two run come from behind victory.
SFA jumped out to 7-1 lead after two innings, tacking up 5 in the first and 2 in the second innings. The five runs were scored after a walk by Michael Gormley, a singles by Luke McMahan, Evan Aubry, a double by Mark Zhu, then four singles in a Kiefer Wood, Christopher Moon, Alexander Getty, and Casey Leavitt-McGee. The two runs were scored after a single by Evan Aubry, a walk by Mark Zhu, and a clutch two out single up the middle by Christopher Moon.
Then the SFA bats went cold, perhaps getting too confident and swinging away early and often at first pitches, and went scoreless in innings 3, 4, and 5. Meanwhile, Twin Cities chipped away with a run in the third, a run in the fourth, exploding for 4 in the fifth against pitchers Casey Leavitt-McGee, Evan Aubry, and Luke McMahan. The tide had turned. In the top of the sixth, Twin Cities added a run to take the lead 8-7. It was gut check time for SFA.
After an error by the short stop on a ball hit by Keifer Wood, Alexander Getty ripped a single for his second hit of the game, Casey Leavit-McGee worked out a seven pitch walk, then Ronin Mukai punched a clutch single to left field to tie the game. The game finally ended on Michael Gormley’s walk off walk!
Quite a nailbiter! Fourteen hits for SFA, 6 walks, only 2 Ks.
The journey continues. At 2-2, SFA is well positioned, but there’s a lot to learn and work on to get better.
San Francisco American 12U All-Stars and Dixie Terra Linda traded the lead three times on Saturday, but SFA ended up on top with a 9-6 win in six innings over Dixie Terra Linda.
SFA jumped out in front in the top of the first. Zach Mathews worked a one-out walk, then scored on a Ben Slaughter home run over the right field fence.
Dixie Terra Linda rallied in the bottom of the second with six runs of their own. The last three coming on a three-run blast to center field.
SFA got one of those runs back in the top of the third inning when Kade Venkatesan hit a solo shot over center field to cut Dixie's lead to 6-3.
With one out in the top of the fifth inning, Kade legged out a single, and Zach brought him home with a home run over the right field fence to make the score 6-5 Dixie. Ben ripped a double to left, and scored on a Benito Nichols moon shot to right field. SFA now led 7-6, and the rally continued. Jack Schonherr singled to right field. Sebastian worked a six-pitch walk, and Sam Kominowski walked to load the bases. Liam McGrath worked a six-pitch walk to force home Sebastian to make the score 8-6.
SFA added a run in the sixth with Zach scoring on a wild pitch.
Sebastian Deery came into pitch the bottom of the third and pitched brilliantly. He tossed four innings of shutout ball, gave up no hits, walked none, and struck out seven.
SFA gets no rest as the next game is Sunday, 10:30am at Tepper. If you can make it, come on out and root for "the Bay".
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