Youth Roundup: BOWO wins state division crown

Black Out White Out, a girls' Under-10 All-Star soccer team from Region 55 (North Huntington Beach) traveled to Davis earlier this month for the AYSO Championships, and returned home with a division championship.

Black Out White scored a 3-1 win over Pleasant Hill in its tournament opener, then shut out Valencia, 2-0, in the division final. The state tournament was played March 15-16.

To reach the state tournament, Black Out White won Area and Section tournament titles to advanced to state. The team went 13-0, overall, in postseason play with nine shutouts.

The team, coached by Terence Tubbs, Holly Sjogren, Dave Weiderin, is: Jillian Tubbs, Isabella Messina, Mikayla Carman, Cora Sjogren, Kaili Manthorne, Sarah Boucher, Annika Weiderin, Sophia Doumanian and Vanessa Tapia.

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Little League

50/70 Division

Ocean View 16, Westminster 9: Jared Tipton hit two home runs and Xavier Salgado also homered as Ocean View downed the Astros.

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Minor A Division

Hot Rods 12, Express 4: The Hot Rods grabbed the lead by scoring six runs over the first three innings in defeating the Express.

Aided by a groundout by AJ Hurtado and RBI singles by Nick Madole, Gavin Kells and Quentin Custodio, and a steal of home by Christopher Roberts, the Hot Rods were able to get on the scoreboard early.

Tyler LaForce of Express pitched an impressive four innings and on offense doubled and reached base three times.

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Red Wings 15, River Cats 10: Matt Hernandez singled twice with two RBIs and Nick Dagarin had an RBI double for the Red Wings, who used a big third inning to get past the River Cats.

Danny Kotkosky and Hernandez both scored to give the Red Wings a 2-0 lead, but a double by Michael Rubly and single by Micah Blake allowed the River Cats to draw even. In the Red Wings half of the third, Ryan Bandy drew a walk and Kotkosky singled before a hit by Hernandez brought home both runners. Alec Muirhead followed with a single and Dagarin's double scored Hernandez.

Dagarin, Aidan Daniels and Jeremy Roe singled in the fifth for the Red Wings, who increased their lead to 15-8 in the inning.

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Bulls 12, Bats 3: An impressive two-way performance by Chris Soto helped lead the Bulls to a victory over the Bats.

The Bats managed just one hit off of Soto who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out nine during his three innings of work.

Seven runs in the opening three innings allowed the Bulls to take control. An RBI single by Soto and a two-run double by Sam Myers came during the first inning. The Bulls scored four runs in the bottom of the third on hits by Ryan Carles, Tristan Kennedy, Myers and Ivan Soto.

Jake D'Amico and William Brooks had RBIs in the fourth inning to put the Bats on the scoreboard.

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Minor B Division

Mets 2, Hooks 0: A two-run home run in the third inning by Matt Fox provided the scoring for the Mets, who defeated the Hooks.

Luke Kumaric opened the third for the Mets with a double and Fox followed with his homer for a 2-0 lead. Fox also pitched and worked his way out of a jam in the bottom of the third after the Hooks had put two runners on base. He got out of the inning without allowing a run.

The Mets found themselves in another jam in the bottom of the fourth after the Hooks loaded the bases with nobody out, but relief pitcher Andrew Bentley and the Mets defense didn't allow a run to score.

Bentley struck out the side in the fifth.

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Mets 14, Aeros 8: The Mets again used a big third inning, this time against the Aeros, to post their fifth victory of the season.

Key hits in the bottom of the third by Colby Turner, Colin Gray and Jack Pirooz allowed the Mets to open up a 9-6 lead. After Gray held the Aeros scoreless in the top of the fourth, Sebastian Aparicio, Luke Kumaric and Andrew Bentley led a Mets attack that scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth that put the score at 13-6.

Bentley had a two-run double in the bottom of the first to put the Mets in front, 2-0. A two-run single by Tony Branica-Tarvin later in the game tied the score at 5-5.

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