|Thu 26 Apr 5:30 PMThu 4/26 5:30||A's at Red Sox||15-2||Clark's HR leads A's in Rout||game info
RHP/SS Charlie Clark hit Brattleboro Little League's first home run of the season in a three-run fourth inning for the Athletics. A's C Alex McClelland was aboard four times as he went 2-3 with two walks and three runs scored. Rookie CF Lucas Lamorder got a hit in his first Little League at bat. The Red Sox got a great start on the mound from RHP Will Hill who mixed his pitches and struck out six A's over 3 1/3 innings. He also added an RBI double at the plate. C Harper Cutler hit an RBI double and scored in second inning.
|Sat 28 Apr 9:00 AMSat 4/28 9:00||A's at Royals||16-1||Weeks and Systo Get A's Past Royals||game info
RHP Brandon Weeks struck out 5 batters and did not allow a hit to the Royals over two innings. C Keagan Systo had three hits and scored three runs to lead the Athletics' offense. CF Lucas Lamorder scored two runs and laced a double in his second Little League game. Another rookie, Stockton Woodruff added a hit. 3B/RHP Bronson Finnell, 2B Zach Corbeil, and RF Cameron Cruz also had knocks as the Athletics offense exploded. The Royals continued to improve on the young season. SS Ozzie VanHendrick walked and scored the lone Royals' run. RHP Noah Gagne got the starting assignment and struck out two. RHP Sean Cozza pitched effectively in relief. 3B/SS Gordie Kalill played strong defense.
|Wed 02 May 5:30 PMWed 5/2 5:30||Giants at A's||3-5||Clark Takes No-Hitter into 6th to Lead A's||game info
In a battle of unbeaten teams, the Athletics prevailed behind a stellar outing from Charlie Clark. Clark threw 5 1/3 no-hit innings against the Giants to lead the Athletics to their third win. He struck out 14 batters and didn't allow a hit until 1B Rowan Lonergan's opposite field single in the sixth inning. CF Brandon Weeks aided Clark's cause with a fifth inning home run to right center field - his first of the season. RHP Degan Gundry matched Clark until the A's broke through with four runs in the fourth inning. C Alex McClelland, Clark, 3B Bronson Finnell, and 1B Thomas Bell all touched the plate in the fourth. Gundry struck out 9 across 4 1/3 innings for the Giants. 3B Kymarion Hall, Lonergan, and Gundry all came around to score in the sixth inning.
|Sat 05 May 9:00 AMSat 5/5 9:00||Reds at A's||0-10||Weeks Fans 11 in One-Hitter||game info
The Athletics' Brandon Weeks threw a one-hitter and struck out 11 to push the A's record to 4-0. He allowed a first-inning single to the Reds' Willem Thurber but then struck out the next seven batters. Weeks also got the A's offense started with a first inning two-run single. Charlie Clark had a two-hit game including a booming RBI double. Keagan Systo had a base hit and scored three runs. Thurber started on the mound for the Reds and struck out 5 batters. 2B Lucas Stolpp and C Jett Emery played strong defensively for the Reds.
|Thu 10 May 5:30 PMThu 5/10 5:30||A's at Cardinals||13-0||A's Smack 5 Triples to Capture 5th Win||game info
The Athletics ran their record to a perfect 5-0 with a win over the Cardinals. Cameron Cruz, Charlie Clark, Zach Corbeil, Brandon Weeks, and Karson Elliot all hit run-producing triples. A's pitchers Alex McClelland, Bronson Finnell, and Silas Golding combined for 8 strikeouts. Golding hit an RBI single in the third inning and then threw a scoreless fourth in his mound debut. Asher Jackson got the start for the Cardinals and struck out 4. Chase Austin threw a scoreless fourth inning in relief. Mason North played solidly at shortstop.
|Sat 12 May 1:00 PMSat 5/12 1:00||A's at Mets||8-2||A's Pitching Stymies Mets||game info
Athletics pitchers Charlie Clark, Brandon Weeks, and Keagan Systo combined to strikeout 16 batters to get the A's to a perfect 6-0 record. Clark also had two hits at the plate to lead the offense. Weeks and Systo each had base hits in the game as well. The Mets offense struggled to get on the board but got a base hit from Evan Wright and runs scored by Landyn Cartee and Gabe Alexander. Alexander pitched well in relief and once again showed range in the field with stellar defense at first base and shortstop.
|Fri 18 May 5:30 PMFri 5/18 5:30||Pirates at A's||1-7||Athletics' Pitching Nets 7th Win||game info
The Athletics' Brandon Weeks and Charlie Clark combined to strike out 12 Pirates en route to the A's seventh consecutive win. Weeks and Clark allowed just one run and three walks. At the plate, Clark had two hits and two runs scored. Weeks had two RBI and Thomas Bell added two hits and two RBI. The Pirates' got an early lead when Nick Gerard hit his league-leading 4th home run - a towering shot to center field. His homer was part of a two-hit game. On the mound, Troy Forkin struck out eight across four innings. He also had a base hit. Sam Bogart added a double in the fifth inning.
|Fri 25 May 5:30 PMFri 5/25 5:30||Royals at A's||6-18||Bell's 4 Hits and Weeks' HR Power A's Over Royals||game info
Thomas Bell and Brandon Weeks provided the fireworks in the Athletics' eighth win. Bell had a four hit game and scored three runs in his first game hitting leadoff this season. Brandon Weeks went 2-4 and hit his second home run of the year - a two-run shot in the third inning. Karson Elliott hit a triple off the left field wall and went 2-4 on the day with three RBI. Cameron Cruz and Charlie Clark each had two hits. Rookie Lucas LaMorder added a two-run single. The Royals' bats came out swinging early with three first inning runs. Ozzie VanHendrick hit a two-run triple and Jahvonn Petrie followed it up with another triple to knock in VanHendrick. Riley Morse had another two-hit game and scored twice. Jayson Tirrell was on base twice and scored a run.
|Sat 26 May 11:00 AMSat 5/26 11:00||A's at Giants||23-9||Athletics Explode to Capture 9th Straight Win||game info
The Athletics' offense was relentless in their 9th win of the season. Brandon Weeks hit a long triple and scored twice. Weeks also started on the mound and was on his game. He struck out 11 Giants and allowed just one hit across four frames. Alex McClelland had two base hits and scored four runs. A's first year players also contributed. Lucas Lamorder, Silas Golding, and Stockton Woodruff each scored runs. Karson Elliott, Thomas Bell, Charlie Clark, and Zach Corbeil all had base hits. Degan Gundry of the Giants hit his third home run of year - an opposite field 3-run shot in the fifth inning. Tucker Sargent hit a double and scored twice. Leadoff hitter Hayden Avard hit a single and scored twice. Rowan Longergan also had a base hit and scored a run. Rookies Kymarion Hall and Donnevhan Hall each pitched well in their mound debuts for the Giants. Charlie O’Connell got his first two hits for the Athletics.
|Tue 29 May 5:30 PMTue 5/29 5:30||A's at Reds||2-0||Elliott Tosses No-Hitter and Wins it with Game's Only Hit||game info
Karson Elliot and Jackson Emery matched up in one of the season's finest pitching duels. Both pitchers piled up the strikeouts - Elliot with 15 and Emery with 14. Elliot's no-hitter was the first of his career. Emery pitched a gem as well - a one hitter. After three innings of scoreless baseball, the Athletics broke through with two runs in the fourth. Elliot laced a two-out 2 run double down the third base line to score Alex McClelland and Keagan Systo for the game's only runs. The Reds' Willem Thurber added to the strikeout totals with two more out of the bullpen. The pitching staffs combined for 31 strikeouts with only 6 balls hit into play.
|Sat 02 Jun 1:00 PMSat 6/2 1:00||Cardinals at A's||1-11||Bell and McClelland Pitch A's past Cardinals||game info
The Athletics got their 11th consecutive win with strong pitching and by scoring 11 runs on Saturday at the Brattleboro Little League Field. Thomas Bell (9 K's) and Alex McClelland (3 K's) combined to allow just one run to the Cardinals. On offense, the A's got two hits each from McClelland, Charlie Clark, and Zach Corbeil. Clark and Corbeil each scored three runs. Jolie Glidden struck out 4 in his start for the Cardinals. Asher Jackson pitched in relief and scored the Cardinals' run after walking in the second inning. Defensively, Connor Griffus made several strong stops at third base.
|Thu 07 Jun 5:30 PMThu 6/7 5:30||Mets at A's||1-7||A's Stay Undefeated with Win Over Mets||game info
On a day when the Athletics' hitters were held to two hits, they were still able to win with a cadre of pitchers and keen base-running. A's pitchers Karson Elliott, Keagan Systo, Charlie Clark, and Brandon Weeks combined to allow just three hits and one run to the Mets. Weeks and Charlie O'Connell got the only base hits for the A's. Weeks scored two runs and stole two bases. Clark also scored twice and added a steal. Down 1-0 through three innings, the A's scored three in the fourth and four in the fifth to secure the victory. Systo scored a run and had an impressive stint at third base. The Mets got a solid start from Evan Wright who baffled the A's through three innings. The A's got to him in the fourth but he struck out 10 batters in his outing. John Satterfield scored the lone Mets run in the first inning when he was hit by a pitch and later came around to score. Satterfield added a base hit in the third. Wright and Nate Potter each had hits as well. Gabe Alexander impressed at the plate with a base hit and in the field with strong throws from shortstop.
|Sat 09 Jun 9:00 AMSat 6/9 9:00||A's at Pirates||11-0||A's No-Hit Pirates; Weeks hits Grand Slam||game info
The Athletics continued their undefeated 2018 season with another win on Saturday morning at the Brattleboro Little League Field. Led by pitchers Alex McClelland, Keagan Systo, and Thomas Bell, the Athletics no-hit the 2nd place Pirates and won 11-0. The A's did have to contend with several baserunners who were aboard via walks and hit by pitches but they played error-free defense to hold off the Bucs. Brandon Weeks provided the offensive power with a grand slam in the fifth inning to pad the lead. The home run was his third on the season. Charlie Clark and Systo each had two hits and Clark scored twice. Bell, McClelland, Lucas Lamorder, and Zach Corbeil each added hits. The Pirates got a strong start from Sam Bogart on the mound. He struck out 6 over three innings and held the A's scoreless until the third. Aliza Speno (SS) and Sam Madow (3B) provided solid defense. Damien Fontaine relieved for the Pirates and struck out four while showing strong command of the strike zone.
|Sun 10 Jun 1:00 PMSun 6/10 1:00||Red Sox at A's||3-13||A's Cap off Undefeated Season with Dominant Win||game info
The 2018 Athletics once again showed their dominance with a final win against the Red Sox. The 14-0 A's got a two-run home run from Brandon Weeks and strong pitching to dispatch the Red Sox. Charlie Clark, Weeks, and Karson Elliott held the Red Sox to just one hit and struck out 11. Weeks' home run was his fourth on the year and it came in his final regular season Little League game. Elliott scored three runs and hit a long double. Cameron Cruz hit a double and a triple in his last game. The Red Sox got runs scored from Ben Berg, Harper Cutler, and Henry Schwartz. Berg went 1-3 with a single. Vaughn LaFleur made his season debut on the mound and struck out three over two innings without allowing a hit to the vaunted A's offense.
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- Manager: Eugene Frost,
- Assistant: Steve Reynolds
- Assistant: Daniel Systo