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Published April 27th, 2011
Lafayette Little League Box Scores
Submitted by Todd Bequette

Majors Division
Giants 7, Reds 3
Kyle Bunting collected three hits for the Giants, including his first home run of the season. Ryan Nall notched two hits for the winners, and Nathan Tarkoff pitched three innings of no-hit ball. Paul Griessel led a late inning rally for the Reds, knocking in two with a timely single in the top of the sixth.
Giants 17 Athletics 3
The Giants pounded out 17 hits against their cross-bay rivals. Tyler Schenone led the way with three hits and four RBIs. Ben Ross' towering three run homer provided the offense for the A's.

AAA Division
Dodgers 12 Red Sox 11
In a wild one at Cheney Field, the Dodgers rallied with five in the fifth for the win. The Boys in Blue were led by Eddy Burns, who went 2-for-3, and Jack Napper, whose two hits included the game-winner.
Phillies 6 Mets 4
The Phillies opened the regular season with a win over their National League East rivals behind the Justin Bocks and Jack Larsen, who each pitched two shutout innings. Ryan Everly led the victors at the plate with two clutch hits. For the Mets, Andrew Torres threw two strong innings and Georgio Allessandria banged out two hits.
Indians 8 Yankees 7
The Indians won a barn burner at Cheney Field, rallying from a 6-0 deficit in the third. Nick Kresnak's three run homer set the stage for Murphy Baker's game winning hit with two outs in the bottom of the sixth. The Yankees were led by Henry Rogers, who went 2-for-2, scored two and drove in two more.
Giants 10 Indians 5
The Giants doubled up the Indians in a high-scoring game at Cheney Field. Brett Donat led the way for the winners, going 3-for-4 at the plate.
Phillies 10 Cardinals 4
The Phillies broke a close game open with three in the third, as Nicholas Broback, Mikey O'Donnell and Justin Bocks all recorded two hits. Jack Miles, Max Stryker and Nicholas Geanacopulos led the Redbird attack at the plate.
Phillies 16 Yankees 8
The Phillies flexed their muscles, doubling up the Pinstripers in a make-up game over spring break. Kenny Workman sparked the Phil's attack with three hits and Nicholas Broback delivered a bases clearing triple for the winners. Jack Larsen turned in the defensive gem of the game with a double-play catch and throw from the outfield to thwart a Yankee rally. The Yanks were led by Enzo Sereno's booming triple, and Nicholas Collins-Yarnall's stellar play in the field.
Athletics 8 Giants 6
In a high scoring affair at Cheney Field, timely pitching ruled the day. Will Easley hurled an inning and a third of shutout relief, and fire-balling lefty Keaziah Smith closed it out in the sixth, stranding the tying run at third. Jack Lattin led the way at the plate for the winners. For the Giants, Owen Hanen's crushed an RBI triple to the fence, and Brett Donat threw two shutout innings.
Athletics 6 Cardinals 5
Ethan Frigone and Will Easley combined to limit the Cardinals two a single run over the final four innings. The Cardinals were led by Max Stryker's two shutout innings on the mound and Connor Shultz perfect day at the plate.
Cardinals 8 Giants 2
Luke Miles and Max Stryker each pitched two shutout innings of relief and Ben Bequette's bases loaded single ignited the Redbird offense. Logan Wright chipped in with a booming double to the wall for the winners. Owen Hansen and Jack Muren led the Giants with two hits apiece.


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