Summer Youth Baseball Since 1956



Playoff schedule is underway
1. Devil Rays
2. Athletics
3. Phillies
3. Pirates


Athletics 6, Pirates 5
	Nick Huffard scored the winning run in the bottom of the 
sixth on a sacrifice fly by Jimmy Naplacic. Jack Handshaw 
was the winning pitcher, striking out nine and limiting the 
Pirates to three hits.  

Devil Rays 7, Athletics 4
	Dean Howey struck out 15 and pitched a three-hitter for 
the win. Connor Brady tripled home two runs for the Devil Rays.  

Pirates 17, Devil Rays 8
	Robbie Mangaro and Dane Brasslett combined for the win 
on the mound. Brasslett and Justin Ruggia each hit home runs. 
Sean McCann had a single and double with Kevin Kuperstein 
getting two singles. Brendan Westhag had a triple for the Rays.  

Phillies 10, Athletics 9
	Mike Wowkaneck was the winning pitcher and Tim Kernan 
contributed a double. 

Pirates 5, Phillies 3
	Justin Ruggia struck out 14 for the win and also smacked 
a home run. Frank Martin added a double. 

Phillies 5, Devil Rays 2
	Tim Kernan hit a triple to drive home the tying run and 
then scored the lead run. Cooper Kernan and Mike Wowkaneck 
did the pitching as the Phils made it three straight. 

Pirates 6, Athletics 4
	Jack Price and Dane Cresslett combined on the mound 
for the victory. Frank Martin tripled for the Pirates with Evan 
Foulke getting two hits for the Athletics.

Phillies 4, Athletics 2
	The Phils earned their first win as Tim Kernan and Mikey 
Wowkaneck combined on a two-hitter. Marko Pfander had a 
triple for the Phils.

Phillies 9, Pirates 8
	Tim Kernan was the winning pitcher in relief of John McKernen. 

Devil Rays 5, Athletics 4
	Eli Guseman walked, stole second and third and scored the 
winning run on a ground ball by Justin Goucher. Brendan Westhog 
got the win in relief, teaming with starter Dean Howey to one-hit the 
A's, who entered the game undefeated. Scott Kirkpatrick had a 
triple and single for the Rays.

Devil Rays 11, Pirates 10
	Jeff Brown doubled home Connor Brady and Derrick Achuff with 
the tying and winning runs in the bottom of the sixth. Dean Howey 
was the winning pitcher in relief, striking out six and allowing just 
two hits in three innings. Justin Ruggia had a triple for the Pirates.

Athletics 7, Devil Rays 0
	Evan Foulke pitched a one-hitter and struck out 15 for the win. 
He also sparked the A’s offense with a triple and a home run.  

Athletics 10, Phillies 9
	Shayna Zoller had a double and a triple, driving home three 
runs, for the A’s. Starting pitcher Joey Keyes pitched three shutout 

Devil Rays 6, Phillies 4
	Dean Howey pitched the first three innings, striking out eight. 
Tim Kernan had a pair of singles for the Phils.

Athletics 7, Pirates 6
	Jimmy Naplacic smacked a bases-loaded single to drive home 
the winning run and keep the A’s undefeated. Winning pitcher 
Evan Foulke added a single and home run. Josh Handshaw had 
a pair of singles.

Athletics 7, Phillies 0
	Jack Handshaw pitched a two-hit shutout, struck out 15 and 
added a single and double at the plate. Max Runngren also had a 
double for the A’s.  

Devil Rays 20, Pirates 13
	Brendan Westhog and Dean Howey combined on a three-hitter 
for the Rays, striking out 10 between them. Justin Ruggia had a 
double and single for the Pirates.  

Devil Rays 8, Phillies 1
	Brendan Westhog allowed just one hits over the first three 
innings and Dean Howey held the Phils hitless over the final three 
innings. Scott Kirkpatrick’s triple was the big hit for the Rays.  

Pirates 13, Phillies 3
	Justin Ruggia got the win, striking out 11. He also led the 
Pirates hitting attack with a home run and two singles. Jack Price 
had two singles for the winners with Robert Mangano adding a home run.