Website Manager

Mill Valley Little League

News Detail


May, 2023

Boyle Bugle Highlights - 5/15/2023


A’s 14, Tigers 9 — Trailing 4-0 early, the A’s rallied with seven in the second and six in the third as Hudson Wayne stroked two hits and drove in three, and Graz Cerchiai and Philip Walker added RBI hits. Cedra Crews started on the mound for the Tigers and struck out two, while Erickson Kenyon led the Tigers offense  with a hit an two RBIs.

Pirates 11, Giants 10 — Thomas Gougion struck out the final two batters to escape a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the sixth inning and preserve the win. Niki Welter had a big day for the winners, with a double among two hits and three RBIs and whiffing seven in two innings on the hill. Brodie Williams scored three runs for the Bucs, and Dane Eberhart and Calder Heacock added RBI hits. For the Giants, Luke Kneafsey, Ben Gulash, Griffin Newby and Rory Murphy each had two hit days; Murphy added three RBIs and Kneafsey chipped in two. Jacob DiPippa had two hits, two RBIs and scored twice for the Giants.

Red Sox 11, White Sox 3 - Cole Swift knocked two doubles and drove in four runs while James Bryan added a double and three RBIs for the Red Sox, while teammate Tianu Koss hurled 2 2/3 scoreless innings and notched three strikeouts. For the White Sox, Levi Weber had a double and two RBIs and reached base in all three of his plate appearances. 

Mariners 7, Yankees 4 (7 innings) — Oscar Karlen lined a double to left field with the bases loaded to break open a 2-2 tie in the extra frame. Karlen, Gray Getty and Davis Marshall had multi-hit games for the Mariners while Landon Le dropped two bunt singles and scored twice for the Yankees. Marshall and Karlen each pitched three strong innings for the Mariners, striking out 6 and 4 respectively, while Ty Cerne hurled 5 innings and struck out eight for the Yankees.  

Yankees 19, Pirates 13 — In a wild one, the Yankees banged out 22 hits, led by four-hit days from Leo Tenenbown, including a triple, and Trip Goldmacher, featuring two doubles. Frankie Foster and Landon Le added three hits each, while August Gottleib, Scott Shaw and Parker Marlin added two-hit days. Marlin knocked a double. The Pirates featured 15 hits, including three from Noah Schick and two each from Brodie Williams, Ciaran McDonnnell, Sammy Marcus and Caleb Gordon.

Red Sox 15, A's 5 - Down 5-4 after three innings, the Red Sox bats came alive as they scored 11 runs over the final two. James Bryan knocked in three runs with a triple and a single while Jack Lee matched him with a triple and a single that knocked in two runs. The Sox pitchers combined to let up only two hits for the game. Max Messner hurled 2 2/3 innings, notching 7 strikeouts and no earned runs while Jack Chaudhry struck out the side in the 5th to close out the game. For the A's James Cerchiai had a double and scored a run and recorded four strikeouts on the mound.  

White Sox 2, Giants 1 — Miller Weir fired 5 and 1/3 innings of one-run ball, walking only one and fanning six, and Levi Weber hit an RBI triple and stole home for the White Sox. Logan Grant earned the final two outs for the winners in a crisp game for both teams. For the Giants, Griffin Newby shined with four innings of two-hit ball, walking only one. Ben Gulash stroked an RBI single and Luke Kneafsey notched two hits.

Tigers 9, Mariners 0 —Tigers hurlers Cedra Crews, Ethan Cann and Griffin Jackson combined on a one-hitter and a scoreless game in the fifth inning finally broke the Tigers way when Adlai Bainton hit an RBI double. The Tigers added a big seven-run rally in the sixth inning behind a Willam Palmer double and singles from Erickson Kenyon and Bainton, and received defensive gems from Adam Mortimer and Cann. Gray Getty notched the M’s lone hit, and Oscar Karlen shined on the mound, throwing three innings of one-hit ball with eight strikeouts.


Phillies 6, Cubs 2 — James Reed, Max Vreede and Liam Koss combined to strike out 10 and walk only one to lead the Phillies, and Vreede added a home run for the winners. Tristan Selvidge earned the game ball with an RBI single, a run scored and four stolen bases, while Koss added two hits and River Jacobs stole home after reaching on a bunt. Avery Peshkin had a hit for the Phils, and Alex Meleis made two excellent defensive plays.

Cubs 6, Rangers 5 — The Cubs overcame a 5-0 deficit to win a thriller, plating three in the sixth when Ryan Lynch’s hit walked it off. Lynch had a key RBI in the fourth inning, as well. Henry Ellis pitched two scoreless innings for the win, including striking out the side on nine pitches in the fifth. The Rangers were led by Matthew Cao, who started and was dominant, with two scoreless innings and three hits.


Cardinals 6, A’s 5 — The Cardinals rallied in the final inning with a pair of two-out hits from Wyatt Martin and Finn Shumway. For the A’s, Jack Devlin, Lazslo Winn, and Lucas Parrett combined for a total of nine strikeouts. Nat Thompson and Calvin Boehle shined with the glove and made run-saving plays.

Royals 9, Twins 3 — Cooper Maddex, Cody Chittenden and Les Stroud combined on the mound for the Royals. Rivington Lee, Chittenden and Maddex each had two hits and Teddy Zukoski swiped two bags. Jonas Jackson pitched well for the Twins and went 1-for-3 with an RBI.

Twins 3, Cardinals 0 —  Milo Davies, Abdullah Mulla and Cam Welstead combined on a shutout and Leo Soussini reached base three times and scored two runs. Cards pitchers Tate Shackleton and Finn Shumwy also pitched well to keep the game tight.

Royals 14, Monarchs 8 — Cooper Maddex’s triple broke open a close game and highlighted a big game for Maddex, who had two hits and five RBIs. Rivington Lee went 3-for-3, and Ben Locks had a hit and scored three runs.

Cody Chittenden closed with two shutout innings for the winners. For the Monarchs, Wyatt Droege pitched 2 strong innings and went 2-3 with a double, Cole Richmond went 1-2 with 2 rbi's, and Camden Nelson went 1-2 with a double. 

Mets 11, A’s 4 — The Mets rode the arms of Tyler Feduska, Ryder Glynn and Greyson Cerne to a win. Cerne and Glynn added two hits each, and catcher Bradley Krischer had a strong game behind the plate. Lazlo Winn threw two innings for the A’s and added two hits.

Copyright © 2024 Mill Valley Little League  |  Privacy Policy |  Terms of Use  |  License Agreement |  Children's Privacy Policy  Log In