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District 14 Little League: Ana Marie Ramirez doubles twice in Goshen win

Results from District 14 Little League All-Star games Thursday, July 10.

Posted on July 11, 2014 at 7:13 p.m.

Ana Marie Ramirez hit two doubles en route to Goshen’s 12-8 win over Middlebury in District 14 Little League play Thursday, July 10.

In 9-10 Baseball, Goshen’s Brayden Hinkel tripled in a 12-6 win over Cleveland. 

In Junior Baseball, Noah Miles pitched the shutout in Middlebury’s 10-0 win over Mishawaka. Philip Wertz 

Junior Softball

Game 2: Goshen 12, Middlebury 8. WP — Shelby Yoder. LP — Grace Beard.

Goshen: Hits — Alexia Nettrover 2, Ana Marie Ramirez 3, Madelyn Cross 2. 2B — Ramirez 2.

Middlebury: Samantha Mathews 2, Grace Beard 2, Samantha Miller 2. 2B — Miller.

9-10 Baseball

Game 9: Goshen No. 1 12, Cleveland 6. WP — William Herschberger. LP — Kellen Demkovich.

Goshen: Hits — Brayden Hinkel 2. 3B — Hinkel. 2B — Bradon Rivera. 

Cleveland: Isalyah Swartz 2. 2B — Swartz, Kane McCrory.

Game 10: Warsaw 12, Middlebury 11. WP — Zach Wood. LP — Trevor Yoder.

Warsaw: Hits — Brody Glenn 3, Jacob Dunn 3, Nate Webber 3. 2B — Dunn 2, Glenn, Webber.

Middlebury: Hits — Trenton Jensen 2, Drew Stahly 3, Jethro Hochstetler 2. 2B — Jensen, Stahly.

Game 11: Concord 10, Osolo 3. WP — Tommy Kinsman. LP — Donovan Karbalaeali.

Concord: Hits — Dominic Starrett 2.

Osolo: Hits — Roderick Ballard 2. 2B — Ballard.

Game 12: Mishawaka 17, Baugo 2. WP — Richard Ziegert. LP — Matt Margraff.

Mishawaka: Hits — Riley Penrod 4, Garrett Considine 3, Richard Ziegert 3, Ian Eldred 3, Kolton Parnell 2. 3B — Considine, Eldred, Parnell. 2B — Considine, Ziegert, Eldred.

Baugo: Hits — Matt Margraff 2.

Junior Baseball

Game 7: Middlebury 10, Mishawaka 0. WP — Noah Miles. LP — Nick Rybicki.

Middlebury: Hits — Taylor Hollowell 2. 2B — Hollowell.

Game 8: Goshen 15, Baugo 8. WP — Philip Wertz. LP — Mike Laws.

Goshen: Hits — Philip Wertz 4, Robbie Riegsecker 2. 3B — Wertz. 2B — Wertz, Riegsecker.

Baugo: Hits — Tyler Norment 2.

Game 9: Osolo 9, Warsaw 8. WP — Adam Moon. LP — Josh Ehrlinger.

Osolo: Hits — Jakob Maxwell 2, Bradley Melendez 2. 2B — Maxwell.

Warsaw: Hits — Hugo Bautista 2, Derrick Backus 2.


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