Bradenton BEACH DAWGS youth baseball teams compete in tournament in Orlando

HERALD STAFF REPORTNovember 13, 2012 

ORLANDO -- The Bradenton BEACH DAWGS 10U baseball team went 4-1-1 this weekend in the Nations Orlando Pride and Glory tournament, falling to the Central Florida Redhawks in the championship game. The 10U team finished in 2nd place out of 16 teams. After going 1-0-1 on Saturday, the BEACH DAWGS played 4 games in a row on Sunday, starting at 10 a.m. and finishing at 7:30 p.m.

Leading hitters were: Wyatt Sevin (7 for 14 with 6 RBI, 9 runs, 12 stolen bases, and hit his first home run); Danny Fritz (11 for 18 with 8 RBI, 8 runs, 3 doubles, 2 triples, and 6 stolen bases); Lucas Hartman (10 for 18 with 8 RBI, 7 runs, 3 doubles and a triple; Hartman was the winning pitcher in the semi-final game, going 5 innings with 13 k's, and gave up only 2 hits); Mac May (5 for 15 with 4 runs and 2 doubles); Harry O'Dell (5 for 14 with 8 runs and 8 stolen bases; O'Dell won 3 games with 6 IP, 10 k's, and only gave up 5 runs); Dante Talarico (7 for 14 with 6 RBI and 5 runs); Cam Bender (4 for 13 with 4 RBI and 4 runs); Chris Perry (5 for 11 with 3 RBI); Carlos Lozada (5 walks and 3 stolen bases); Logan O'Leary (4.2 IP with 4 k's and a save). The BEACH DAWGS 10U team improved to 14-13-1 on the season, and are back in action this weekend in the Wreaking Havoc Tournament at Braden River Park.

The Bradenton BEACH DAWGS 11U team went 3-1 this weekend in the Nations Orlando Pride and Glory tournament this weekend. Tyler Intihar threw a perfect game in the opening round of bracket play Sunday against the St. Cloud Blackhawks, winning 10-0. Leading hitters for the 11U team were: Spencer Stephens (9 for 11 with 7 RBI and 3 doubles); AJ Thompson (4 for 10 with 6 RBI and 5 stolen bases); Will Clem (5 for 9 with 6 RBI); Vinny Ghiroli (4 for 9 with 4 RBI; he also pitched 5 innings with 7 k's in a win on Saturday); Josh Schaad (5 for 7 with 4 RBI); Tyler Intihar (4 for 7 with 9 runs and 11 stolen bases). The 11U team is off this weekend.

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