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White Sox, A’s claim Lathrop LL titles
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The A’s celebrate their victory. - photo by Dave Campbell

Three bases-loaded walks in the fourth inning for the White Sox were part of the six free passes given up in the frame by the Padres that led to five White Sox runs on the way to a 10-2 mercy-rule win in five innings for the White Sox to claim the Lathrop Little League majors championship at Mossdale Landing Community Park.

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Jacob Boisseranc of the White Sox makes contact. - photo by Dave Campbell
Racking up 16 free passes, the White Sox posted just three hits with leadoff batter Sebastian Perez going 2 for 3 with a double, triple and a run while Abel Figueroa singled and scored.

Himmat Sadhra and Emanuel Vasquez scored two runs each for the White Sox with Elijah Arreola, Abel Figueroa, Amariz Lopez, Jackson McCray and Johnny Silvas added a run apiece.

Leadoff batter Gabe Ramirez was 2 for 3 with a double and a triple for the Padres and Mackie Barajas doubled and scored a run. Logan Martinez scored the other run for the Padres. 

The White Sox will compete in the District 67 Tournament of Champions beginning Saturday, June 17.



A’s 12, Guardians 5

After committing three errors to help spot the Guardians to a 5-4 first-inning lead, the A’s blanked the Guardians the rest of the way behind the pitching of Eli Ageno and Tyler Guy.

Ageno and Guy combined for a no-hitter, with Ageno (six strikeouts) starting and pitching into the third inning when Guy (four strikeouts) took over and pitched through the fourth when the game was called due to time.

Leadoff batter Ageno doubled and scored three times. Lucca Fruciano was 2 for 3 with two RBI, Dhanush Gurran (RBI) and Guy (two RBI), scored two runs apiece with Josiah Jones (double, two RBI), Richie Verducci, Logan Emery, Evan Huerta and Alexis Garcia adding a run apiece.

Jacob Steihr, Diego Reyes, Ayden Banaag, Ethan Jones and Robert Johnson (RBI) each scored a run for the Guardians.

The A’s will compete in the District 67 Tournament of Champions beginning Saturday, June 17.