|Mon 24 Apr 5:30 PMMon 4/24 5:30||Pirates at A's||0-10||McKenney, Frost, and Weeks Lead A's in Opener||game info
The Athletics' RHP Josh McKenney and RHP Cameron Frost combined to no-hit the Pirates on Opening Night at the Brattleboro Little League Field. CF Brandon Weeks led the A's offense with his first career Little League HR, a two-run shot out of left field. McKenney, Frost, and RF Thomas Bell also added hits. The Pirates struggled at the plate but saw great defense from rookie outfielder Sam Bogart and second year 3B Dylan Sparks. RHP Troy Forkin started and struck out four while giving up just two hits.
|Thu 27 Apr 5:30 PMThu 4/27 5:30||A's at Cardinals||17-1||A's Trounce Cardinals for Second Win||game info
The Athletics dominated once again for their second win of this young season. 3B Josh McKenney hit a triple and scored four runs out of the leadoff spot. SS Cameron Frost added two hits and three runs scored. RHP Brandon Weeks started for the A's and struck out three while allowing one run over two innings. Rookie 2B Zach Corbeil had his first Little League hit - a double and came around to score. The Cardinals' lone run came when 2B Makai Gardilcic laced a single and later scored in the first inning. Rookie LF Jayke Glidden made a great catch in his first Little League game.
|Wed 03 May 5:30 PMWed 5/3 5:30||Red Sox at A's||4-16||Henry Homers but Frost Walks off with Grand Slam as A's Run Wild||game info
Red Sox RHP/SS Sam Henry hit his first career home run in Little League but A's SS/RHP Cameron Frost walked off with an inside the park grand slam. Frost's HR was part of a three-hit night as he also threw two scoreless innings and struck out four. Despite a strong start on the mound by Henry, the A's took advantage of multiple Red Sox errors and ran wild on the basepaths. 2B Zach Korbeil had a hit for the A's and scored. 3B Josh McKenney, C Alex McClelland, and Frost scored three runs each. The top of the Red Sox order continued to hit - C Harper Cutler and SS/1B Will Hill each got hits and scored.
|Sun 07 May 5:00 PMSun 5/7 5:00||A's at Giants||6-1||Frost Dazzles as Athletics Take Battle of Undefeateds||game info
RHP/SS Cameron Frost threw five innings of shutout baseball while striking out 13 Giants. At the plate, he blasted a two-run home run to pad the A's lead late in the game. The Athletics also benefitted from clutch RBI singles from 1B Charlie Clark and SS/RHP Karson Elliot. 2B Zach Corbeil continued to hit as well. He laced a single in a four run third inning for the Athletics. The Giants were led by RHP Sam Hall who struck out 10 but ran into trouble in the third as the A's loaded the bases. However, Hall would get the Giants on the board and break up the shutout with a monster home run to center field in the bottom of the sixth inning. C Forrester Avard also had a hit for the Giants - a long triple in the fourth inning.
|Mon 08 May 5:30 PMMon 5/8 5:30||Mets at A's||2-19||Team Effort Gets Athletics to 5-0||game info
The Athletics continued their winning ways with contributions from players throughout their lineup. SS/RHP Alex McClelland, 2B Karson Elliot, C Cameron Frost, and RF Cameron Cruz all had two-hit games. The A's also utilized new pitchers in this one as RHP Keagan Systo got the start and McClelland relieved. Rookie LF Ayoub Lajhar got his first hit in Little League and came around to score. The young Mets continued to progress and gave the start to nine-year-old RHP Gabe Alexander who allowed two hits and struck out one in 1 1/3 innings. RF Matthew Montgomery and CF Landyn Cartee got base hits and 2B Nathan Potter added an RBI single. Cartee also made several fine plays while manning center field.
|Thu 11 May 5:30 PMThu 5/11 5:30||A's at Reds||1-2||Reds End A's Long Win Streak in a Classic||game info
3B/RHP Jackson Emery hit a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 7th inning to hand the Athletics' their first lost since 2015. The extra inning game was the first of the year for the league and resulted in a classic with C Turner Clews coming around to score the winning run. Clews had started the inning with a single which was the Reds' first hit of the game. Emery was also the winning pitcher after 2 2/3 innings in relief of RHP Willem Thurber. Thurber allowed just one run but left with the A's up 1-0. A bases loaded walk to 1B Joey Reynolds netted the Reds' first run in the 5th. RHP Josh McKenney tossed 4 1/3 hitless innings for the A's and RHP Brandon Weeks gritted out 2 2/3 innings of relief before allowing the single to Clews in the seventh. McKenney also had two hits and scored the A's lone run in the first on an RBI single hit by SS Cameron Frost. Both teams played crisp defense in the field highlighted by plays from Reds SS Alex Palomba and A's C Alex McClelland.
|Mon 15 May 5:30 PMMon 5/15 5:30||Reds at A's||9-7||Powered By Thurber's Grand Slam, Reds Take First Place||game info
RHP/3B Willem Thurber's fourth inning Grand Slam and 3+ innings of two-run ball vaulted the Reds into sole possession of first place. C Turner Clews got the Reds started early with an RBI single in the first. 1B Joey Reynolds hit two doubles and made a number of deft plays in the field. LF Jasmine Vargas had a base hit in her only plate appearance but also made a great catch in the outfield. 2B Jett Emery had two hits and added steady defense. The A's were in this one the whole time despite Thurber's slam. Down 9-2, they rallied for five runs in the late innings led by hits from LF Keagan Systo and C Alex McClelland. CF Brandon Weeks hit a triple and a double. 3B Bronson Finnell and 1B Thomas Bell also had hits for the Athletics.
|Sun 21 May 3:00 PMSun 5/21 3:00||A's at Mets||13-3||Athletics' Bats Come Alive; Systo Stifles Mets||game info
Athletics SS Alex McClelland, C Karson Elliot, and CF/RHP Brandon Weeks powered the offense to a win against the Mets on Sunday. McClelland had four hits from the leadoff spot and scored four runs. Elliot had three hits and Weeks hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning. It was Weeks' second roundtripper of the season. RHP Keagan Systo held the Mets to three runs on two hits while striking out nine. The A's also benefitted from a two-hit game by 1B Thomas Bell. The Mets got a single from SS/RHP John Satterfield and a double from RHP/1B/C Evan Wright. Satterfield and 1B Gabe Alexander continued to excel defensively and showed great range.
|Mon 22 May 5:30 PMMon 5/22 5:30||Giants at A's||7-1||Hall Tosses One-Hitter; Avards Hit Giants to Victory||game info
RHP Sam Hall threw a one-hitter in a rain-shortened game on Monday night. Hall struck out 12 Athletics, allowed just a first inning run, and walked only three. The Giants were held scoreless by A's RHP Cameron Frost until the fourth inning when they scored all seven of their runs. C Forester Avard hit a single and scored a run while his younger brother, Hayden knocked in a pair on a single to right field. Hall, 3B Thaddeus Sawyer, 1B Rowan Lonergan, and 2B Alex Baker all had RBI's. The A's bats scuffled against Hall but Frost had a hit and 3B/RHP Josh McKenney scored a run after being walked in the first inning. CF Brandon Weeks played well in the outfield.
|Sat 27 May 1:00 PMSat 5/27 1:00||A's at Red Sox||13-1||Frost and Weeks Combine on Three-Hitter||game info
RHP Cameron Frost and RHP Brandon Weeks combined to throw a three-hitter against the Red Sox. Frost added two hits at the plate and scored three runs. SS Josh McKenney lined two doubles and scored twice. C Alex McClelland, 2B Karson Elliot, and RF Zack Corbeil all had base hits for the resurgent Athletics. Red Sox RHP/SS Sam Henry had two of the Red Sox' three hits and knocked in their only run on a long double in the the first. 3B Dane Mulverhill had the Red Sox other hit, a single in the second inning. SS Will Hill shined defensively.
|Sat 03 Jun 5:00 PMSat 6/3 5:00||A's at Pirates||18-6||McKenney and Systo Hit Their First Home Runs as A's Roll||game info
CF Josh McKenney went 4-5 with his first home run and scored four runs. 2B/RHP Keagan Systo also hit his first home run. The A's offense was mashing throughout this one as SS/RHP Karson Elliot, 3B/RHP Brandon Weeks, and C Alex McClelland each got three hits. RHP/SS Cameron Frost, 1B Thomas Bell each added a pair of base hits. The Pirates were led by C Nick Gerard's third homer of the season. SS/RHP Patrick Gagliardi, RHP/SS Wayland Walsh, and 3B Sam Bogart all had base knocks. 1B Devin Speno continued to flash great leather at this position.
|Mon 05 Jun 5:30 PMMon 6/5 5:30||A's at Cardinals||18-2||Athletics Explode With Nine Runs in the Fifth to Get Win||game info
The Athletics' offense continued its impressive season on Monday night. Leadoff hitter C Alex McClelland peppered left field with a pair of hits and scored four runs. In the fifth inning, after hits from McClelland and CF Josh McKenney, RHP/SS Cameron Frost laced an RBI double. 3B/RHP Brandon Weeks and 2B Keagan Systo later hit doubles of their own. 1B Thomas Bell also added an RBI single. A's pitchers Frost, Weeks, and Karson Elliot held the Cardinals to just two runs and collectively struck out 10. The Cardinals had a late rally keyed by a double from RHP/SS Tristan Evans and keen baserunning by CF Makai Gardilcic. Gardilcic also made a fine catch on a deep fly ball. C Mason North added a base hit and continued to provide steady defense behind the plate.
|Fri 09 Jun 5:30 PMFri 6/9 5:30||Pirates at A's||8-13||Athletics' Young Hitters Lead the Way||game info
A's 2B Cameron Cruz went 4-4 and fell a home run short of hitting for the cycle. He teamed with fellow second year player Alex McClelland who went 3-4, scored three runs, and stole three bases. The A's also got a two-run triple and a double from SS/RHP Cameron Frost. The Athletics' defense was also key. Frost and CF Keagan Systo both made impressive plays. The Pirates got two hits each from SS/RHP Devin Speno, 3B/SS Sam Bogart, and 2B Aliza Speno. Bogart also made key plays on hard hit balls from both positions he played in the game. C Nick Gerard continued to show a strong bat and presence behind the plate. He lined a two-run double into left field and made fine stops behind the plate.
|Sun 11 Jun 1:00 PMSun 6/11 1:00||Cardinals at A's||3-14||A's Get Slam from Frost to Defeat Cardinals||game info
The Athletics continued an impressive season with another win on Sunday. SS Cameron Frost hit an inside-the-park grand slam and showed off a powerful arm at shortstop. LF Keagan Systo had two hits, two stolen bases, and scored a run. RHP Bronson Finnell and LHP Thomas Bell each made their season debuts on the mound and combined for five strikeouts while allowing just four singles. The Cardinals got two hits from 1B Cadance Gilbert. 3B/RHP Makai Gardilcic and C Mason North each had hits. 2B Chase Austin flashed impressive leather around the bag.
|Thu 15 Jun 5:30 PMThu 6/15 5:30||A's at Giants||5-7||Two More Homers from Hall Clinch it for Giants||game info
The Giants celebrated on Thursday as the team clinched the number one record in the league. RHP/SS Sam Hall hit two more homers, giving him thirteen on the season. He also pitched into the fifth inning and struck out 12. C Forrester Avard also hit a homer as part of a 2-2 day with three runs scored. The home run was his sixth on the season. LF Jackson Heller lined a double in the fourth and came around to score on Hall's second home run of the game. 1B/RHP Degan Gundry and 2B Alex Baker also had hits in the Giants' clincher. The Athletics played well but couldn't halt the Giants. C Alex McClelland went 2-2 with three runs scored. SS/RHP Cameron Frost also went 2-2 and knocked in a run. 2B Karson Elliot hit a two-run single to tie the game at five in the fifth inning.
|Sat 17 Jun 1:00 PMSat 6/17 1:00||Red Sox at A's||0-23||A's Toss One-Hitter and Explode at the Plate||game info
The Athletics finished off their season with a dominant win against the Red Sox. LF Brandon Weeks led the way with three hits and four runs scored. SS Cameron Frost also scored four runs while hitting a double and a triple. 2B/RHP Alex McClelland had two hits and also scored four runs from the leadoff spot in the order. CF Josh McKenney got two hits while RHP Keagan Systo, RF Cameron Cruz, and 3B Alex Papadimitriou also getting hits. The Red Sox struggled to get going against the A's. 3B/1B/RHP Will Hill had their lone hit and also stole a base. C Dane Mulverhill made another start behind the plate and continued to improve.
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