Comets blitz past McDonald’s in Majors


Damian Babauta and Kyle Deleon Guerrero each homered while Reid Teregeyo had a an impressive outing on the mound as the Comets blitzed past Team McDonald’s, 31-3, in the Saipan Little League’s Major division last Saturday at the Miguel “Tan Ge” Pangelinan Baseball Field.

The Comets’ Koby Deleon Guerrero pitches to McDonald’s batter Johnny Santos in their game in the Major division of the Saipan Little League on Saturday at the Miguel “Tan Ge” Pangelinan baseball field. (Jon Perez)

The Comets’ Koby Deleon Guerrero pitches to McDonald’s batter Johnny Santos in their game in the Major division of the Saipan Little League on Saturday at the Miguel “Tan Ge” Pangelinan baseball field. (Jon Perez)

Babauta hit an inside-the-park solo shot in the third and the Comets comfortably ahead. He went 4-for-5 scoring five runs and was a triple shy of hitting the cycle after he also doubled in the third.

Deleon Guerrero also homered, a three-run shot in the Comets’ 15-run first inning barrage while Teregeyo also had a perfect appearance at the plate, going 4-for-4 with a triple in the second and scored four runs.

Koby Deleon Guerrero only lasted 1/2 inning and was replaced by Teregeyo in the top of the first, with one out, after giving up four straight walks including an RBI walk to Deyren Hocog.

Teregeyo struck out Joel Deleon Guerrero and Delvin Ada to get out of the jam and in the process stranding the base runners of Team McDonald’s.

Teregeyo pitched 3 1/2 shutout innings in relief holding McDonald’s to two hits, while fanning seven and walking three batters.

The Comets peppered the bullpen of McDonald’s—composed of Ada, Johnny Santos, and Sidney Sablan—with 14 hits giving up 15 walks while striking out four.

Red Sox 8, Docomo Ol’Aces 6
Kianna Aldan, Zachary Camacho, and Devon Pangelinan all went 2-for-4 in the Red Sox’s win over the Docomo Ol’Aces.

Aldan, who struck out in the first, scored one run and had a double in the third, while Camacho had an RBI single in the seventh that drove in Winfield Ada. Pangelinan blasted an RBI double in the third to score Aldan.

Jordan Babauta and C.J. Kaipat went 2-for-4 to become the lone bright spots for the Docomo-backed squad.

Babauta had an RBI single to bring in Ohane Borja, who walked, in the first inning where Ol’Aces scored all four runs.

Kaipat scored one run and also had an RBI single, driving in Trevon Lieto, who got on base on catcher Devon Pangelinan’s throwing error.

Camacho pitched three innings in relief for the Red Sox giving up one earned run on two hits while striking out seven and walking three.

Orren Cruz lasted four innings allowing two runs, both earned, on four hits with five strikeouts and five walks.

Little Legals 5, As Matuis Twins 3
Gunner Sablan played solidly to help the Little Legals in beating the As Matuis Twins.

Sablan blasted a triple in the fourth and later scored on a Delvin Cabrera RBI single. He pitched four innings in start allowing one run on three hits, while fanning six and walking three.

Sean Rabauliman closed out of the Legals giving up one earned run on one hit, a triple to Nixon Smith that drove in Elray Castro, who walked. Rabauliman also struck out five batters and walked one.

Fielders 13, Red Sox 1

The Fielders used a nine-run second inning to trounce the Red Sox.

Sho Taguchi tossed a no-hitter for five complete innings with four strikeouts and seven walks. He forced Red Sox batters to grounders, line drives, and fly outs.

The defense was also busy, doing their share by stranding base runners either by put out plays or catching fly balls.

Shortstop Don Ada and Jose Camacho’s inside-the-park home runs highlighted that nine-run second inning. Ada went 3-for-4 with a triple in the first inning that drove in Tyrese Camacho.

Christian Alepuyo scored the lone run for the Red Sox. He got on base on an error by Ada and scored on another error by second baseman Kimo Aingalen.

Falcons 15, Enforcers 5
Arby Yoquel pitched five complete innings giving up three earned runs on seven hits, with one strikeout and one walk in the Falcons’ win cut short by the mercy rule.

Ace Evangelista went 3-for-5 with an RBI single in the second driving in Noel Cabrera, who had a triple.

Henry Aguon, 2-for-4, had a triple in the third and crossed home plate on a Joe Tudela RBI single. He scored two more runs including one in the Falcons’ nine-run fifth inning rally.

Dennis Cabrera lasted four innings for the Enforcers innings giving up four earned runs on five hits, while striking out six and walking six more.

Lloyd Tarope tossed one inning in relief allowing two earned runs on five hits with three walks and no strikeouts.

Red Sox 8, Enforcers 5

Jose Tyquienco went perfect at the plate and Nathan Camacho tossed a no-hitter in 4.1 innings in relief as the Red Sox defeated the Enforcers.

Tyqiuenco went 4-for-4 with one run, and four RBIs as the Red Sox defeated the Enforcers. He had a two-RBI single in the third.

Craig Aguon lasted 2 1/3 innings, giving up a triple to Franklin Lizama in the first that drove in Henry Lizama, who got on base on a fielder’s choice.

Ethan Babauta also tripled for the Enforcers but was left stranded on base after Aguon struck out Nate Nogis and J.J. Chong.

Aguon gave up five earned runs on seven hits while fanning five and walking two. Nathan Camacho replaced him when Robby Solis was up to bat in the bottom of the third.

Camacho shutout the Enforcers while striking out seven and walking two batters that he faced.

Jon Perez | Reporter
Jon Perez began his writing career as a sports reporter in the Philippines where he has covered local and international events. He became a news writer when he joined media network ABS-CBN. He joined the weekly DAWN, University of the East’s student newspaper, while in college.

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