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MASL Scorpions sting Eagles with balanced attack
Lancer Freestyle Wrestling Club members Jared Atkins (140-pound novice), left, and Jaysen Reindel (112-pound novice) both earned runner-up finishes in the San Joaquin Wrestling Association Championships Saturday in Livingston. Also placing were: Tyler Diaz (third place, 50-pound bantam), Trinidad Diaz (fourth place, 70-pound intermediate) and Eli Willis (fourth place, 112-pound school boy). - photo by Photo Contributed
The relentless pressure poured on by the attacking line of the Scorpions proved to be too much for the Eagles in a 5-2 win in Manteca Area Soccer League spring season contest Saturday.

The Scorpions got two goals and an assist each from Andy Cadis and Ceasar Diaz-Patino. Cody Niford added a goal to the barrage. Lucas Bayramian contributed to the offense with run-starting passing.

Arthur Cordova held down the goal for the Scorpions in his first action in front of the net. He was well guarded by defenders Devon Burch, Craig Miramontes, Gerardo Ibarro, Shaun Sellner and Joseph Smoley.

Under-10 girls
Flames 2, Blue Angels 1
Natalie Lintz and Salma Hamza each scored once as the Flames enter the final week of MASL action undefeated.

Rani Singh, Julie Ferrebee, Taylor Reed and Jocelyn Morgan did their part on the defensive end.

Spreckels Park Majors
White Sox 7, A’s 1
Steven Rios drove in Lino Perilla in the third inning, but it was the only run that the A’s could muster on May 6 at Brock Elliot School.

The White Sox offense was sparked by two runs in the first inning and stayed hot despite solid pitching from A’s pitchers Jacob Souza and Joey Perrapato, who combined for 12 strikeouts in five innings.

Manteca LL A’s 6,
SPLL A’s 2
The A’s of Spreckels Park succumbed to an early 5-0 deficit in the all-A’s, interleague contest on May 8.

Steven Rios was 2 for 2, and Jacob Souza legged out a triple. LaDondi Ceaser recorded Spreckels Park’s lone RBI.

Blue Jays 19, A’s 6
What was a hotly contested pitchers’ duel quickly turned into a hit parade in the fifth inning, when the Blue Jays extended their once-fragile 3-2 lead with a nine-run onslaught in the top half of the frame.

The A’s fired back with four in the bottom half, but the Jays continued to roll with seven more in the sixth.

Steven Hinkston drove in five runs in his 4-for-5 outing for the Blue Jays. Zach DeRossett was 2 for 6 with a double and two RBIs. Jared Fleming was the winning pitcher.

Jimmy Galindo (2 for 3), Francisco Salcedo and Jacob Souza each drove in a run for the A’s.

Indians 10, A’s 0
A’s pitcher Jacob Souza pitched two innings and struck out six, but the Indians’ took advantage of him being replaced with eight runs in the third inning.

Steven Rios and Stephen Halleck each had a hit for the A’s.

Northgate Minors
Bisons 16, Knights 0
It didn’t take long for the Bisons to strike, as their first seven batters reached base during a five-run first inning highlighted by Pili Hines’ three-RBI triple at Neil Hafley School last Thursday.

The Bisons also scored five each in the second and sixth innings, and Brayden Hardcastle’s solo shot represented their only run in the fourth.

Tyler Kiser and Louis Aquila were both 3 for 3. Aquila added a three-run homer in the second inning. Dawson Mix had two hits for the Knights.

Bisons 16, Knights 1
The Bisons completed the two-game sweep Saturday and were led by Louis Aquila (4 for 4, home run, four RBIs) and Brayden Hardcastle (home run, triple, four RBIs). Noah Garcia contributed three hits and two RBIs.

— Jonamar Jacinto