Little League roundup

Major 9/10 Baseball
Montana Broom & Brush 6, Newland & Co 4

Dylan Snyder, Cole Worley, Luke Anderson, and Adam Miller all scored for Broom & Brush.  Carson Barry had two hits and scored a run.  For Newland & Co, Austin Harrington was credited with two hits.  Max Demarias smacked two triples, Brady Garner had a triple and double, and Payton Pressler hit a single.  Brayden Keane hustled hard for his team.

Rocky Mountain Martial Arts 1, Pepsi 14
Kory Robinson scored the sole run for RMMA.  Bryce Sestrich caught and pitched well.  Jon Lerum and Cyrus Romey played good defense.  Pepsi reported Gabe Lucero with a 3 for 3 performance, hitting two RBI singles and a double.  Kyler Raiha hit a home run, and Colt Shutte pitched a one-hitter with 11 strike-outs.

Pepsi 10, Yates Body Shop 17
Pepsi credited Kyler Raiha with a two-run homer.  Cade LaDouceur hit an RBI single.  Brady Shannon and Christian Sherman each had a single and double.  Yates Body Shop reported Jeff Stanton with a 2 for 4 performance.  Hayden Alley and Casey Kautzman both doubled.  Cale Stillwagon and Elijah Osmund were recognized for great hustle.

Major 9/10 Softball
Planet Beach def. Riley’s Meats

No scores were submitted.  Riley’s Meats reported Taylor St. Pierre and Delaney Foley playing good defense, MaKayla Bugni with good base running, and Taryn Stratton with hustle in the field.  On the Planet Beach side, MacKenzie Tutty hit the ball well, Jordan Bleken and Mary Akey played tough defense, and Chelsie Samples hustled around the bases

Major 11/12 Softball
Deer Lodge 12, Rainbow Photo 22

Aspen and McKenzie both scored twice for Deer Lodge and showed strong fielding.  Kaidy McClafferty turned in an excellent pitching performance for Rainbow Photo.

Coach Pitch Major
Bagdad Shrine 8, Wayrynen 0

Teagen “Brick Wall” Bleken was amazing behind the plate for the Shriners.  Dan “The Man” Scott-Breen had two huge hits.  “Mad Mady” Strozyk was aggressive on defense.  Breener “The Beast” Booth smacked two huge hits.  On the Wayrynen side, Lucas Huerta played really well at first base.  Gavin Rowe and Karsen McEwen had big hits, and Tocher Lee had a great game behind the plate.

— Little League summary compiled by Dawn Petritz