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Linescores, June 5

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11-12 Little League Baseball
Standings as of 5/30/13
Mets                  9-1
Angels               6-3
Bluejays             4-6
Reds                  4-6
Diamondbacks    1-8

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May 23
Reds 10, Mets 7
The Reds beat the undefeated Mets with a fifth inning 10-run rally that put them out on top.  The Reds were led by Teagan Bradshaw’s three hits and two RBI and Bailey Gardner’s two hits and two RBI. Dalton Sallee and Zachary Shewmaker also added two hits each and Zander Hyatt added one. Bailey Gardner picked up the win from the mound striking out eight batters in four innings of work. The Mets were led by Jamison Epps’  two hits and three RBI. Dawson McCarty, Travis Wiser and Mason Sullivan each picked up one hit for the Mets. 

May 30
Bluejays 4, Reds 3
The Bluejays edged past the Reds on Thursday, scoring all four runs in the final inning of play to come out on top. Leading the Bluejays in hits was Ryan Lee Hayes with two. Randall Mattingly, Parker Barnett and Masashi Goto each added one hit apiece.
Bailey Gardner racked up three hits for the Reds and five teammates each added one hit each: Teagan Bradshaw, Zachary Shewmaker, Dalton Sallee, Zander Hyatt and Spencer Riggs. Levi Daugherty picked up the win from the mound for the Bluejays while Ryan Lee Hayes is credited with the save.  

Angels 9, Reds 7
Despite racking up more hits than the Angels Thursday, the Reds were not able to score after the third inning and fell to the Angels in a close match.  Owen Mattingly and Nick Yaden led the Angels with three hits each while several teammates added one hit: Ashton Lanham, Kyle Thomas, Cade Thompson and Bennett Lucas. The Reds had good hits at the plate with Teagan Bradshaw, Zachary Shewmaker, Dalton Sallee and Zander Hyatt each racking up two hits each. Bailey Gardner and Lucas Ross each added one hit and one RBI apiece. Owen Mattingly picked up the win from the mound for the Angels, striking out six batters, and Kyle Thomas is credited with the save.  

Little League Softball
Rays   0  0  0  0  0  0  -  0
Reds   2  0  0  2  0  0  -  4
Haley Mattingly struck out 14 giving up four hits to shut out the Rays. Avery Smith provided the offense with two hits, a walk, and a run scored. For the Rays Dailyn Spalding had two hits and Abby Maupin a hit and two walks.
 
June 1
Mets  0  0  1  0  0  2  -  3
Rays  0  0  0  0  2  0  -  2
The Mets scored two in the top of the sixth paced by hits by Savannah Johnson and Maggie Overstreet for a come from behind win in this seesaw game. Olivia Ford struck out 14 to keep the Rays in check.
For the Rays, Abby Jo Maupin went two for three with an RBI and a run scored and struck out 11 Mets.
 
Mets     2 0  0  0  1  0  -  3
Yankees  1 0  2  1  0  x  -  2
Caroline Buckman’s two runs and RBI with Cassidy Logsdon’s pitching effort led the Yankees to their fourth win. For the Mets, Taylor Webb scored two runs and Eden Kessler struck out five while allowing only four hits in the losing effort.
 
June 2
Reds      1  1  1  0  3  0  -  6
Phillies  0  0  6  1  1  0  -  8
A six-run third gave the Phillies the lead for good in their first win. Emily Helms went three for three with two runs scored and two RBI. Kalei Cox struck out nine for the Phillies. Jaci Benningfield had three hits and a run scored for the Reds.
 
Yankees  4  7  0  2  0 -  13
Phillies 3  4  8  2  x  - 17
 An eight-run third put the Phillies ahead of the Yankees and they were able to hold on therefrom. Savannah Benningfield had two hits and scored three along with Jenny Mattingly’s three runs to lead the Phillies.Cassidy Lodgsdon went two-for-two with a three-run inside-the-park home run and Mackenzie Bagwell went two for three with three runs scored for the Yankees.
 
Mets 2  0  0  0  2  2  0 -  6
Reds 1  3  0  0  0  2  1 -  7
Emily Thomas scored the winning run in extra innings to end this seven inning contest. Avery Smith reached base five times and Haley Mattingly four to pace the Reds. Savannah Johnson went three for four with three RBI and two runs scored for the Mets.

Softball standings
Second half
Reds          6-3   2-1
Mets          6-4   1-3
Rays          4-4   0-2
Yankees      4-5   2-1
Phillies        2-7   2-1