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Little League<br>Majors Roundup

(Following is a summary of last week's Williams Little League Majors baseball games. Players who collect two-plus hits or an extra-base hit are listed, based on the official scorebook, along with the winning pitcher).

May 19

Tigers 9, Cardinals 1

The Williams Tigers erupted for six runs in the first inning en route to a 9-1 victory over the Grand Canyon Cardinals.

Tigers’ leadoff batter Carl Osborne hit a home run in the bottom of the first and the team added five more runs, thanks to walks and a triple by Joel Montoya.

Josh Pettit and Bobby Pruett each collected two hits for the Tigers, including a double by Pettit. Carlton Godinez nailed a triple for the Cards.

Osborne won the game at pitcher.

Cardinals 010 000—1

Tigers 600 30x—9

2B—Josh Pettit. 3B—Carlton Godinez, Joel Montoya. HR—Carl Osborne. WP—Osborne.


Diamondbacks 12, Astros 9

The Williams Diamondbacks took advantage of walks and timely singles to score six runs in the third inning to defeat the Williams Astros, 12-9.

Robbie Puga and Michael Davis each had two hits to lead the Diamondbacks offensively. Keaton Hageman served as a middle reliever for the D-Backs and ended up with the win.

Raul Duran led the Astros with three hits, including a pair of doubles. Ethan Durnez hit a triple.

Astros 240 102—9

D-Backs 126 21x—12

2B—Raul Duran 2, Michael Davis. 3B—Ethan Durnez. WP—Keaton Hageman.


Tigers 12, Pirates 0

Bobby Pruett and Trevor Parenteau combined for a two-hitter in a 12-0 victory for the Williams Tigers over the Parks Pirates.

The Tigers displayed plenty of hitting power with Pruett leading the way with three hits, including a triple. Chuck Sandoval, Trevor Parenteau and Garret Parenteau each had two hits, including two doubles by Sandoval and a triple by Garret Parenteau. Josh Pettit had a triple and Steven Webber came off the bench to hit a double.

Keegan Axtell had a double for the Pirates.

Tigers 501 6—12

Pirates 000 0—0

2B—Chuck Sandoval 2, Steven Webber, Keegan Axtell. 3B—Garret Parenteau, Bobby Pruett, Josh Pettit. WP—Bobby Pruett.


Diamondbacks 10, Devil Rays 8

The Williams Diamondbacks downed the Ash Fork Devil Rays for the second time in two weeks to remain unbeaten. The D-Backs scored four in the third and three in the fourth on their way to a 10-8 victory.

Michael Pettit relived Keaton Hageman at pitcher and was credited with the victory. Offensively, Pettit led a balanced Williams attack with two singles.

The Devil Rays were led by Michael Jackson and Ethan Carmen, who each had two hits, including a double by Carmen. Dave Ecklof, Wally Singley and Josh Gray also had doubles.

Devil Rays 041 003—8

D-Backs 304 30x—10

2B—Dave Ecklof, Wally Singley, Ethan Carmen, Josh Gray. WP—Michael Pettit.

Pirates 13, Astros 12

The Parks Pirates rallied from an 11-4 deficit to knock off the Williams Astros, 13-12.

Parks outscored the opponent 9-1 over the final three innings to win its third game of the season. Keegan Axtell won the game in relief at pitcher and had two hits, including a triple. Colby Adragna had a double.

For the Astros, Shawn McWilliams led with two hits, including a double. Ethan Durnez and Timmy Davis had triples and Raul Duran hit a double.

Pirates 220 333—13

Astros 353 010—12

2B—Colby Adragna, Raul Duran, Shawn McWilliams. 3B—Keegan Axtell, Ethan Durnez, Timmy Davis. WP—Axtell.

LL Majors Standings

(Through Monday)

Team W-L GB

Williams Diamondbacks 7-0 —

Williams Tigers 4-3 3

Ash Fork Devil Rays 3-3 3.5

Parks Pirates 3-4 4

Williams Astros 3-5 4.5

Grand Canyon Cardinals 0-5 6

Last Week’s Results

May 19

Tigers 9, Cardinals 1

May 20

Cardinals vs. Pirates, cancelled


Diamondbacks 12, Astros 9


Tigers 12, Pirates 0


Diamondbacks 10, Devil Rays 8

Pirates 13, Astros 12


No games


Devil Rays vs. Astros, late

This Week’s Schedule


Cardinals vs. Tigers, 5:30 p.m.


Devil Rays vs. Diamondbacks, 5:30 p.m.


Devil Rays vs. Tigers, 5:30 p.m.


Pirates vs. Diamondbacks, 10 a.m.

Astros vs. Cardinals, 12:30 p.m.


Pirates vs. Devil Rays, 5:30 p.m.


Cardinals vs. Devil Rays, 5:30 p.m.

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