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Aug, 2019

Day Two Results: August 3, 2019

LAREDO -- California, Texas, Laredo and Mexico all came out of Saturday with victories in the Bronco World Series. Here is a recap of everything that happened yesterday.


Game One:

La Porte, Texas - 1

Wilmington, North Carolina - 0


Both teams were strong on the mound on Saturday, but La Porte, Texas was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over Wilmington (Winter Park), North Carolina on Saturday. Tanner Berry started the game for North Carolina and recorded seven outs. He went two and a third innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out five and walking one. Berry also had a hit in the game.

Jaiden Stallings also threw four and two-thirds innings in relief for North Carolina. He is responsible for the game’s only run, but his line also included five strikeouts and just two walks in the game

Agapito Melendez Jr. got the start for Texas. He threw a gem and lasted seven innings, allowing four hits and zero runs while striking out five and walking only one.

Preston Finley S, Tate Allen N, Tanner Shane, and Camden Wyndel C each managed one hit to lead North Carolina.

The loss eliminates North Carolina from the Bronco World Series. As for Texas, they move on to face last year’s Bronco 11U champion Chicago (AFCA), Illinois on Sunday.

Game Two:

Laredo, Texas - 17

San Juan, Dominican Republic - 9


The base paths were crowded today for both offenses in a high-scoring game where Laredo, Texas came out on top against San Juan, Dominican Republic, 17-9.

Dominican Republic got things started in the first inning. Juan Perez doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run.

Laredo pulled away for good with nine runs in the third inning. In the third Pedro Paliza Jr. singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run, Jose Medina drew a walk, scoring one run, an error scored three runs for Laredo, Roman Martinez singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run, and Hector Cedena doubled on a 2-2 count, scoring three runs.

San Juan, Dominican Republic notched three runs in the fifth inning. Eduardo Abchaibe had an RBI error in the inning to lead the run scoring.

Juan Perez went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Dominican Republic in hits.

Laredo racked up nine hits on the day. Cedena and Andrew De Leon each had multiple hits for Laredo.

Game Three:

Tijuana, Mexico - 9

Chicago (AFCA), Illinois - 5


Tijuana, Mexico defeated Chicago (AFCA), Illinois after a strong offensive performance from both teams. In total, there was a combined 21 hits in the game with Mexico collecting 13 of them, and Illinois collecting the other eight.


Abraham Martinez from Mexico led the game in hits as he went 4-5 with two runs. Erik Atondo, Jorge Hernandez and Aaron Velazquez all had multiple hits in the game for Mexico. Lance Moon, Damaurion Butler and Triston Minor each had two hits for Illinois.


Mexico clinches a spot in the semifinals while Illinois will have to face-off against La Porte, Texas in the consolation bracket for a spot in the semifinals.


Game Four:

Taitung City, Chinese-Taipei - 13

Escondido, California - 2


Sheng En Wang would not be denied at the plate when runners were on base on Saturday, driving in six on three hits to lead Taitung City, Chinese-Taipei past Escondido, California 13-2 on Saturday. Wang drove in runs on a single in the first, a triple in the third and a single in the fourth.

Chinese Taipei got things started in the first inning. Wang singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.

They then notched four runs in the third inning. Chinese-Taipei’s offense in the inning was led by I Chieh Huang and Wang, who all drove in runs.

Shan Chuan Yang led things off on the pitcher's mound for Chinese-Taipei. He surrendered zero runs on three hits over two and two-thirds innings, striking out three and walking zero.

Chinese-Taipei racked up nine hits. Wang, Cheng Hsien Su and Yen Tsu Chiu each racked up multiple hits for Chinese-Taipei. Wang led Chinese-Taipei with three hits in four at bats. Chiu led Chinese-Taipei with four stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with 13 stolen bases.

California tallied five hits on the day. Ian Flemming and Maximillian Farrell all had multiple hits for California.

California will take on the host team Laredo while Chinese-Taipei has clinched a spot in the semifinals.

Contact

Richard Rosas
1009 Mar Del Blvd. 
Laredo, Texas 78041

Phone: 956-763-1601
Email: [email protected]

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