May 22, 2007 > Mission San Jose Little League game summaries
Mission San Jose Little League game summaries
Submitted By MSJLL Parents
Week of May 12
Braves 21, A's 1
Scott Havard unleashed a powerful offensive attack, homering twice, tripling and doubling in a Braves rout of the A's. Reid Marion and Patrick Andresen each added a triple and a double, Peter Dentinger doubled twice to center, and James Gaffey chipped in a double. Gaffey and Dentinger led the Braves pitching effort.
Giants 11, Angels 0
Matt Eike's seven-strikeout, one-hit performance led the Giants 11-0 shutout of the Angels. Jeff Chu's amazing game with the bat certainly helped. He drove home seven runs with an inside-the-park home run, a grand slam, and a double. Second baseman Austin King added a double and played stellar defense as did center fielder Andy Thompson who made a stunner of a catch.
Angels 5, A's 4
Angels rallied for a win, scoring twice in the bottom of the seventh to edge the A's 5-4. Four straight hits from Jason Teague, Kevin Roche, Daniel Stanley, and Joey Cantrell clinched the win. For the A's, Aditya Ganesh, Atisheel Kak, and Lukas Mickevicious turned an interesting 4-3-4-6 double play to end the sixth when the runner overran second base.
Mets 5, A's 4
Mets topped the A's 5-4 behind hits from Sammy Brown, Aaron Okano, Coren Randall and Aaron Ferrell. Trent Nelson pitched 6 2/3 innings for the Mets, with Randall striking out the last batter for the save.
White Sox 12, A's 8
The White Sox rallied for a 12-8 win over the A's, highlighted by center fielder Satkaran Tamber's spectacular diving catch. Second baseman Jagvir Tamber made a pair of outs, and catcher Jonathan Anderson gunned down two base runners. Matthew Chao scored three runs, Evan Chang added another.
Jordan Terbeek led the A's 16-hit onslaught with three singles and five RBI's. Cole Nauman singled, doubled and scored three times, while brother Cade singled, doubled, scored and drove in a run. Ritesh Pakala, Julian Tuminaro and Alex Hancock each singled twice.
Braves 15, Dodgers 6
Johnny Neri triggered the Dodger offense in a 15-6 loss to the Braves, driving in two runs with a pair of hits. Aarsh Shah and Nihal Maunder also had two hits, with Maunder scoring twice. Richard Guzman and Ryan Lee each doubled and both hits resulted in a run as Guzman later scored and Lee's double drove in a run.