BR Angels at SF OriolesThe Bear River Angels (15-1) traveled to the Applegate Balls Field on Saturday where they took the field against the Sierra Foothill thrid placed team, the Orioles (7-7). The Angels got out to an early 3-0 lead in the top of the first and held on for a 14-0 win. Ryan Solomon the Angel's starting pitcher went three innings striking out nine with Ryan Bradford finishing closing out the bottom of the fourth with three strike outs. Every defensive out for the Angels was a result of a strike out and Scotty Sandstadt hit a grand slam for the Angels.
Jake Leonard, Solomon, Owen Dalbon and David Fenton all scored in the first inning without an Angels hit to take the lead 3~0.
Bradford started the top of the second making it aboard on an error by the Orioles short stop, Dylan Sinclair walked and both came home on a two RBI single to left by Jordan Elliott. 5-0 Angels.
Solomon led off the top of the third with a single, Fenton made it aboard on an error by the SF third baseman and Dalbon brought them in with a 2 RBI single to move the score to 7-0. The Angels rally stalled as the next two batters hit infield pop ups.
Bradford single in the top of the fourth, Sinclair singled, Anthony Crawford RBI, Porter RBI single and Jordan Elliott singled and the bases were loaded when Leonard walked with the score at 10-0. Scotty Sandstadt followed up where he left off Thursday night with a towering grand slam, moving the score to 14-0. In the past two games Sandstadt has two singles and three home runs for the Angels who have won 15 consecutive games.
The Angels are scheduled to play the Penn Valley Padres on May 30 at Western Gateway Park at 7 p.m.
BR Dodgers vs SF NationalsDue to a scheduling error the Nationals showed up to play the Dodgers at 1 p.m. where the Dodgers schedule stated the games was at 7 p.m. The game was not played.
The Dodgers are scheduled to host the Grass Valley Giants on June 1 at 7 p.m.
BR Giants at GV AngelsThe Giants who came into Saturday night's game winning their past four contests kept the streak alive with a 6-3 win over the Grass Valley Angels.
The Giants were led by starting pitcher Clay Corripo who pitched all six innings to pick up the win. Hitting for the Giants were Reid Zoldan who went 3 for 3 with a couple of RBIs while Logan Jenkins, Corripo, Justin Kilgore and Tyler Rodriguez all hit safely in the win.
The Bear River Giants travel to Applegate Ball Field on May 30 for a contest against the Sierra Foothill Giants at 5:30.
BR Yankkees at BR TigersThe top Minor division match up of the weekend in Bear River Little League action was between the Yankees and the Tigers at 10 a.m. that resulted in a 16-14 Yankees win.The Yankees manager Dave Rogers handed the ball to Brekyn Vasquez to start at pitcher while the Tigers manager Mike Vierra called on Mason Harrison to take the hill.
The Tigers fielded a team with only seven players and fell behind 7-1 in the middle of the second inning. Vasquez was relieved by Weston Prosser and the Tigers put three on the board and were suddenly trailing by only two. Braden Fowler pitched three innings, was brought in with the bases loaded, and gave up five runs in the bottom of the fourth to tip the score in favor of the Tigers 10-9. Colton Jenkins took over on the hill for the Yankees and gave up two but only after the the Yankees scored five in the top half of the inning. Justin Powell closed the door on the Tigers in the sixth with the score 16-14.
Leading hitters for the Yankees were Jenkins who hit a double and a triple, Powell and Prosser both hit a double and single and Blaynne Rogers delivered two singles in the win.
Pitchers for Tigers, Harrison threw for two innings, Colby Lunsford two, Isaiah Scofield one and Anthony Vierra closed the game for the Tigers in the loss.
Leading hitters for the Tigers were Vierra with a triple and Harrison who doubled.
Next up for the Yankees are the BR Blue Jays on Wednesday at 4:45 where the Tigers will host the Sierra Foothill A's on Monday at 4:45 p.m.
BR Cards at SF GiantsThe Cardinals won 13-4 over the Sierra Foothill Giants at Applegate Ball Field on Saturday morning at 9 a.m., Sydyn Bishop started for the Cards. He pitched his way out of a first inning bases loaded jam giving up one run which earned him the win. Adam Malik was the middle reliever and Caleb Hurst got the save. as the closer.
Leading hitters for BR were Hurst with a 3 RBI double, Max Osorio and Zachary Hurst with singles in the win.
Next up, the Cardinals host the SF Yankees on Wednesday, first pitch is scheduled for 4:45.