Youth Scene: Reds do enough to win

The Reds managed just five hits against the Angels in their Majors Division encounter Saturday at Ocean View Little League, but made the most of them to come away with a victory.

A rally in the bottom of the sixth inning led to a 5-4 victory. The Angels out-hit the Reds, 8-5, but stranded six base runners.

In other OVLL action:

Minor A Division

Hot Rods 8, Storm Chasers 1: The hitting and pitching of Christopher Roberts led the way for the Hot Rods in their win Sunday over the Storm Chasers. Roberts racked up three RBIs on two hits with singles in both the first and third innings. He held the Storm Chasers hitless over 1 2/3 innings and didn't allow an earned run or a walk while striking out one.

The Hot Rods took early control by scoring six runs over the first three innings. Roberts had a two-run single in the opening inning and Nick Madole had an RBI double in the second and RBI single in the fourth innings.

Iron Pigs 13, Red Wings 1: A five-run first inning got the Iron Pigs off to a hot start and led the way to a 12-run victory on Saturday. Joe Moore doubled twice and singled, starter Owen Wessel struck out four in two innings, and Nate and Nick Skorheim and Lucas Pantel saw relief duties to close out the win.

Minor B Division

Blue Wahoos 9, Naturals 7:

JM Harduvel doubled on offense and shut down the Naturals in the final inning, to preserve the win Saturday for the Blue Wahoos.

Harduvel allowed one hit and struck out three in the final inning, teammate Jake Weiler had a bases-loaded, two-out double earlier in the game, and Tanner Reynolds and Brennen Sayles also pitched for the Naturals.

50*70 Division

Ocean View 10, Westminster 2: Sean Moore thew a complete-game victory Saturday as the Ocean View defeated the Westminster Astros. Nathan Adams, Xavier Salgado, and Chandler Forth had key hits for the winners.

The 50*70 Division, an inter-league division, is open to players ages 11 to 13 and is in its inaugural year. The 50*70 refers to the distance from pitching rubber to home plate (50-feet), and between bases (70-feet).

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