Reds Week 3 Recap

Reds Week 3 Recap

The 12U Team – Current Record: (0-8-0)

The Reds 12U watched the game slip away early in a loss to the Diamondbacks on Saturday. The team got on the board in the first inning when Dominic Williams hit a solo homer, while Matthew toed the rubber. Matthew lasted 3.3 innings, allowing six hits. David threw two-thirds of an inning out of the bullpen. Dominic then added another homer to the tally in the third inning, followed by Matthew shortly after.
The second game of the day was hard for the reds to hold off the high-powered offence of the diamondbacks competition. The reds notched 3 runs in the third inning, by a 3 run homer from Dominic Williams. The Reds racked up seven hits in the game, Carter and Dominic leading the way, and Nicholas capping the most plays made with five.
Sunday was a nail-biting day for the Reds with a close competition against the Dundas Dodgers. Dominic started on the mound lasting four innings, all while striking out seven. Bryson had a stellar game going 2-for-3 at the plate, followed by Tait, David, Dominic, Carter, Liam, and Willem contributing to the hit column.
Game two was the closest of them all with the lead going back and forth between the dueling teams, the Reds losing the battle by one in a hard fought 7-8 loss. The Reds pitchers kept the game close, Bryson and Nick both taking the mound throwing well. Offensively they collected eight hits in the high scoring affair and ran wild on the bases stealing 16 bases in total.

The 13U Red Team – Current Record: (9-1-0)

The Central Ontario Reds 13U Red Team battle back and forth with the Ontario Giants Saturday. The team collected six hits through the game scoring in all but the second inning of the six-inning affair. William Hillyard took the mound, allowing six hits, striking out four through four and a half innings. The Reds ran wild on the bases stealing eight without getting caught.
Game two of the day was a battle, tied at one through four innings the Reds 13U Red Team broke out the bats taking late command of the game with a 9-3 victory over the Giants. The offence put up six runs in the fifth inning, lead by Luca, Jacob, Michael, Everett, and Bryson sending runners over the plate and scoring themselves. Jacob took to the mound, and the righty went four innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out seven. Michael threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen, recording the last six outs to earn the save. Nine bases were stolen during the game, with William Hillyard stealing two to lead the team.

The 13U Black Team – Current Record: (4-4-0)

The Reds 13U Black took the first game of Saturday in dramatic fashion, with a 5-4 walk-off victory over Ontario Tusks. The game was tied at four the Reds batting in the bottom of the seventh when Brody Chant singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run. In the bottom of the fourth inning, the Reds 13U tied things up at four, when Jared Alt grounded out, scoring one run. After the Ontario Tusks scored one run in the top of the third, the Reds answered with one of their own. Cody pitched 3 innings, with 7 strikeouts, allowing 4 runs and 1 hit. Caleb was the winning pitcher for the game, pitching 4 innings, allowing zero runs and 2 hits while striking out 7. The 13U Black Team racked up eight hits in the game, Jonas, and Brody both had multiple hits for the Reds, Jonas led the squad with three hits in three at bats
The second game for the Reds 13U Black continued from the first as they command a 26-4 win over Ontario Tusks. Cody Kee had an amazing game at the plate he singled in the first, doubled in the second, singled in the second, and doubled in the third. The Reds got on top early in the first scoring three, the game looked to be close entering the second, the Reds only up one. But an offensive explosion helped the team secure the victory thanks to 15 runs in the second inning, the team’s big bats in the inning were led by singles by Charlie, Brody, Jared, Cody, and AJ, walks by Gabe, Brody, and Jared. Run support was delivered by the whole squad. The Reds 13U Black managed to scatter 22 hits in the game.
The 13U Black took on the Halton Badgers Sunday playing hard on a scorching day. AJ Hussein took the mound for the team, the righty lasted four innings, allowing five hits, striking out six. Jonas came in from the pen going one inning in relief. They put together 6 hits, while only striking out four times through seven. Defensively they did not commit a single error on the field!
Sundays second game for the Reds went similarly. Brody Chant toed the rubber for the squad allowing only four hits during the three and two thirds innings he pitched, striking out two. Brody, Charlie, Caleb, Gabe, Leif, and Nick each collected hits for the team continuing their defensive streak, not committing an error on the diamond.

The 15U Team – Current Record: (1-5-2)

Clarington Renegades and the Central Ontario Reds 15U played to a 5-5 tie on Saturday. The 15U Reds opened scoring in the first inning. Jack McCauley drove in one with a single, followed by three more runs in the second inning. Ryan and Blake Da Silva drove in runs, while Nathan Joly went 2-for-2 at the plate to help keep the score close during game one.
Game two for the Reds was a tough one as the Central Ontario Reds 15U struggled to generate runs on Saturday, dropping their game with the Clarington Renegades. Ryan Da Silva lasted three innings, striking out six and allowing six runs. Zack, Hartley, Blake, Nathaniel Josh, and Jack all helped in the hits column during game two.
Sunday the team played the Oakville Hammers, with a tough start, the game slipped away, having a tough time defensively against the Hammers. Jack McCauley was on the mound lasting four innings, striking out eight and allowing seven runs. Matthew, Jack and Zack all had one hit to lead the team in a tough loss.
During the second game of the day, a fielders choice in the seventh inning helped the Reds to battle to a 4-4 tie with Oakville. Nathan Joly lasted 6.1 innings on the mound allowed 3 earned runs on 7 hits, and striking gout 3. Hartley, Nathaniel, Ryan, and Jack each collected one hit during the game
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