Gore Youth Baseball results

May 5 - Gore lost to Curtis Lumber of Warrensburg 13-6. Pitching for Gore were Anthony Galle (9 strikeouts), Dominic Bouthers and Jaxon Roblee. With the bat Gore had three singles from Shawn Mulligan, Galle and Roblee.

May 9 - Gore lost to Great Escape of Warrensburg 14-9, Matt Richards pitched for Gore and had 9 strikeouts. At the plate, Galle had a homerun (three RBI), Mulligan had a triple and scored three runs, while Silas Taylor had a double. Roblee added two hits and Jon Lorensen had a single. Nick Millington played great defense for Gore.

May 12 - Gore beat North Creek Rotary 13-11, Galle and Richards pitched and combined for 12 strikeouts. Gore bats were lead by Mulligan (3-for-3 Homerun, 3 RBI), Roblee (triple with 4 RBI), Galle (single, double, 2 RBI) and Alex Morehouse was 2-for-2 with a run and RBI. Richards and Taylor added hits.

May 19 - Gore lost to Curtis Lumber 19-6. Galle, Richards and Roblee pitched for Gore. Galle was 3-for-3 (triple, RBI). Gabe Smith 2-for-2 with 3 steals. Brouther, Roblee, Taylor and Jon Lorensen each had hits.

May 23 - Gore beat Oscars of Warrensburg 7-6. Richards pitched three scoreless innings with 8 strikeouts to start the game. Galle and Roblee combined for one inning giving up six runs tying the score at six. Gabe Smith got walked in the bottom of the fourth stole his way around the bases to give Gore a 7-6 lead, than Smith who had not pitched all year when to the mound for the last inning and gave up no runs to secure the victory for Gore. With the bat 9 year-old Sam Porter got his first hit of his career playing for Gore in the majors. Galle, Mulligan, Smith, and Richards each had hits for Gore. Early in the season Gore currently stands at 2-3.

Playing for Gore this year are 12 year-olds Gabe Smith, Jon Lorensen and Alex Morehouse; 11 years-olds Anthony Galle, Matt Richards, Shawn Mulligan and Dominic Brouthers; 10 year-olds Jaxon Roblee and Marc Lorensen; and 9 year olds Silas Taylor, Sam Porter and Nick Millington; along with 8 year-old Dominic Selleck.

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