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Solano Mudcats Jump Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Sierra Nevada Wolves (5-5)

The Solano Mudcats jumped out to an early lead over The Sierra Nevada Wolves and took home a 7-2 victory on Tuesday.  

Solano scored on a double by Michael Driscoll in the first inning, a groundout by Zack Fowler in the first inning, and a single by Kweisi Samuel in the second inning.

Brendan Natuzzi earned the win for Solano. He went four innings, giving up zero runs, three hits, striking out two, and walking one.  Garrett Bair threw three innings, as three relievers helped Solano finish off the victory.  

Brandon Mcmahon took the loss for Sierra. He threw three innings, surrendering five runs, four hits, and striking out two.

Solano collected eight hits.  Driscoll and Samuel each collected multiple hits for Solano, Driscoll went 3-for-4 to lead Solano Mudcats.

Logan Baget led Sierra College with two hits in two at bats.

Redding Colt .45'S Score Early To Defeat Solano Mudcats (4-5)

The Solano Mudcats fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 15-5 loss to The Redding Colt .45's on Sunday. Redding scored on a double by Austin Lively in the first inning, two errors and a walk in the first inning, a single by Lively in the first inning, and a home run by Marcus Lydon in the second inning.

Smith earned the win for Redding. He went four innings, giving up zero runs, four hits, and striking out five.  Manlingo threw three innings, as two relievers helped Redding finish off the victory.  

Ray Ray Villegas took the loss for Solano Mudcats. He pitched two innings, giving up 11 runs, three hits, and striking out two.

Solano collected 11 hits.  Kweisi Samuel, Cody Gregory, and Michael Driscoll each collected multiple hits for Solano. 

Lively went 3-for-6 at the plate and led Redding with five runs batted in.

Solano Mudcats Lose To Redding Colt .45'S After Six Run Sixth (4-4)

The Solano Mudcats lost the lead late in a 12-7 defeat to The Redding Colt .45's on Saturday. Redding trailed 6-5 in the bottom of the sixth inning when Garrett Ferreira uncorked a wild pitch, scoring two runs.

Despite the loss, Solano did collect 11 hits in the high-scoring affair out hitting Redding who had nine hits on the night.

Danny Vietti earned the win for Redding. He tossed three innings, allowing two runs, three hits, striking out one, and walking zero.  Giggy took the loss for Solano. He pitched five and a third innings, giving up seven runs, six hits, and striking out four.

Jarret Kirby started the game for Redding. He threw four innings, allowing five runs, seven hits, and striking out two.
Solano captured the lead in the first inning.  Brendan Natuzzi grounded out, scoring Wesley Galloway.

Solano Mudcats scored three runs in the second inning.  Solano Mudcats scored on a double by Zack Fowler and a single by Wesley Galloway.

Redding evened things up at four in the bottom of the second inning.  Taylor Angley doubled on a 1-0 count in the second inning, scoring three runs.

Redding took the lead for good with six runs in the sixth inning. In the sixth Marcus Lydon singled off of Jordan Giggy, driving in one run, there was an error, scoring two runs, and Garrett Ferreira uncorked a wild pitch, scoring one run.

Galloway, Luke Knoble, Brett Bello, and Michael Driscoll each collected multiple hits for Solano. Driscoll, Bello, Knoble, and Galloway all had two hits to lead Solano.

Lydon and Brendan Yawn each collected multiple hits for Redding.

Redding Colt .45'S Capture Lead Early To Defeat Solano Mudcats (4-3)

The Solano Mudcats fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 4-2 loss to The Redding Colt .45's on Friday. 
Redding Colt scored on a home run by Connor Fabing and a single by Ben Koerner in the first inning.

Matt Green earned the win for Redding. He went five innings, allowing one run, five hits, striking out four, and walking one.  Blake Williams threw two and two-thirds innings, as two relievers helped Redding finish off the victory.  Cody Coggins recorded the last four outs to earn the save for Redding.  

Jack Gamba took the loss for Solano. He threw six innings, allowing three runs, six hits, and striking out seven.
Solano collected seven hits.  Michael Driscoll and Jared Denning each collected multiple hits for Solano.  Denning and Kweisi Samuel each drove in one run for Solano.

Redding Colt had eight hits in the game.  Ben Koerner and Fabing each collected multiple hits for Redding.

Solano Mudcats Drop Game To Redding Colt .45'S After Late Score (4-2)


The Solano Mudcats stayed in it until the end, but The Redding Colt .45's pulled away late in a 3-2 victory on Thursday. 


Solano opened the scoring in the third. Luke Knoble led the inning off with a single, a sacrifice bunt by Kyle Paguio moved Knoble to second. Wesley Galloway then reached on an error, which advanced Knoble to third. Galloway’s steal of second base allowed Knoble to score on the throw down to second.

 

The fourth saw Taren Dahlgren double with one out and later score on a single by Zack Fowler, extending the lead to 2-0 Solano.

 

After cutting the lead to 2-1 in the sixth, Thomas Ahlstrom singled in Devin Orr for Redding in the bottom of the seventh tying the game at two, Austin Lively then singled off of Brendan Natuzzi, driving in another run to give Redding a 3-2 lead they wouldn’t surrender.

 

The pitching was strong on both sides. Redding pitchers struck out 11, while Solano sat down 12.
Brandon Lupton earned the win for Redding. He pitched three innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, striking out two, and walking zero.  Cody Coggins recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Redding Colt.  

 

Brendan Natuzzi took the loss for Solano. He threw two innings, giving up two runs, three hits, striking out five, and walking one.

 

Josh Moore started the game for Solano. He went five innings, surrendering zero runs, six hits, striking out seven, and walking one.  

 

Justin O'Laughlin started the game for Redding Colt. He threw five innings, surrendering two runs, seven hits, striking out six, and walking zero.

 

Solano had eight hits in the game.  Luke Knoble and Jared Denning each collected multiple hits for Solano.  

 

Redding collected ten hits.  Austin Lively, Thomas Ahlstrom, and Devin Orr each collected multiple hits for Redding.  Lively led Redding with three hits in three at bats.

 

Solano Mudcats Win Slugfest Against Sacramento Heat (4-1)

 

The Solano Mudcats and Sacramento Heat played a taut affair on Tuesday, but Solano eventually prevailed 16-9. 

 

Sacramento took an early lead in the first inning.  Ian Ross drove in one when he doubled in the first inning.

 

After Sacramento scored two runs in the top of the third, Solano answered with two of their own. Sacramento scored when Brock Piscoran homered off of Jordan Giggy, driving in two runs.  Solano then answered when Michael Driscoll homered off of Thomas Greely, driving in two runs.


Sacramento scored three runs in the fourth inning. Sacramento's big inning was driven by a error, a single by Ross, and a single by Ryan Walstad.

Solano knotted the game up again at seven in the bottom of the fourth inning.  Solano scored one run when Galloway homered to lead off the inning.


The game was tied at seven with Solano batting in the bottom of the fifth when Michael Driscoll homered off of Ben Cherry, giving Solano the 8-7 lead.


Solano added six runs in total in the fifth inning. Ben Cherry walked Galloway to drive in a run, Kyle Paguio singled off of Cherry, driving in two runs, and Jared Denning singled off of Issac Morales, driving in two runs.

 

Wesley Galloway led Solano Mudcats to victory by driving in four runs. He went 3-for-4 at the plate.  Galloway drove in runs on a double in the second, a home run in the fourth, and a walk in the fifth.

 

Brendan Natuzzi earned the win for Solano. He went three and two-thirds innings, surrendering one run, three hits, striking out two, and walking one.  Cherry took the loss for Sacramento Heat. He tossed one-third of an inning, giving up six runs, four hits, and striking out one.

 

Ray Ray Villegas started the game for Solano. He tossed two innings, surrendering two runs, three hits, striking out one, and walking one.  Greely started the game for Sacramento Heat. He threw four innings, surrendering seven runs, ten hits, striking out three, and walking one.

 

Home runs for Solano came when Driscoll homered in the third and fifth innings and Galloway homered in the fourth inning. Home runs for Sacramento Heat came when Piscoran homered in the third inning and Joe Starick homered in the sixth inning.

 

Solano had 18 hits in the game.  Connor Cole, Galloway, Driscoll, and Paguio each collected multiple hits for Solano.  Paguio and Galloway each drove in four runs to lead Solano Mudcats.

 

Sacramento collected 13 hits.  Brendan Gulbreath, Starick, Piscoran, and Ross each collected multiple hits for Sacramento.

 

Solano Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over San Leandro Ports (3-1)


The Solano Mudcats grabbed an early lead on their way to a 10-7 victory over The San Leandro Ports in game two of their double header Saturday.  

 

San Leandro Ports took a short lived lead in the first inning.  Trevor Greenley doubled on the first pitch of the at bat in the first inning, scoring one run.
Solano countered on a home run by Jared Denning, four walks and a groundout by Nolan Burr in the first scoring eight runs in total and a solo home run by Michael Driscoll in the second inning.

 

Solano allowed San Leandro to score four runs in the third inning. San Leandro’s big inning was fueled by a single by Jack Kelley, a single by Matt Tom, and a single by Sean Rodgers.

 

Garrett Bair earned the win for Solano. He pitched one and two-thirds innings, giving up five runs, six hits, and striking out one.  Cody Norman recorded the last 14 outs to earn the save for Solano Mudcats. Ryan Gibson took the loss for San Leandro. He threw one-third of an inning, surrendering eight runs, and two hits.
Connor Marshall started the game for Solano Mudcats. He went two-thirds of an inning, giving up two runs, three hits, and walking zero.

 

Solano Mudcats had five hits in the game.  Driscoll and Denning each collected multiple hits for Solano.
San Leandro collected ten hits. Matt Tom and Trevor Greenley each collected multiple hits for San Leandro.

 

Solano Mudcats Defeat San Leandro Ports In High-Scoring Affair (2-1)


There were runs aplenty on Saturday, as The Solano Mudcats defeated The San Leandro Ports 13-8.

 

Solano captured the lead in the first inning. Wesley Galloway singled, advanced to second and then third on a wild pitch by Matt Cobley then scored on the next pitch on a Cody Norman fielder’s choice.

 

After San Leandro tied the game in the top of the third on a sacrifice fly by Matt Cobley, Solano took the lead for good with two runs in the bottom half. 

 

San Leandro scored four runs in the top of the eighth, Solano answered with four of their own. San Leandro scored when Reid Ramirez walked Luke Stone to drive in a run, Ramirez walked Armando Gomez to drive in another run, Ramirez walked Sean Rodgers to drive in third run, and Fallon Magana doubled off of Tyler Pearsall, driving in one run. Solano then answered when Brett Bello singled off of Gomez, driving in one run and Terren Dahlgren doubled off of Gomez, driving in three runs.

 

Jack Gamba earned the win for Solano Mudcats. He threw five innings, giving up four runs, two earned, two hits, and striking out seven.  Pearsall threw two innings, as three relievers helped Solano finish off the victory.  Pearsall recorded the last six outs to earn the save for Solano.  Cobley took the loss for San Leandro Ports. He went three and a third innings, giving up seven runs, three hits, and striking out three.

 

Solano collected eight hits.  Wesley Galloway and Bello each collected multiple hits for Solano. Bello and Galloway each managed two hits to lead Solano.

 

Solano Wins Back-And-Forth Affair Against Sacramento M's (1-1)


The Solano Mudcats and Sacramento M's traded the lead back-and-forth on Tuesday, but eventually Solano prevailed 6-5. Solano took the lead for good in the tenth inning. The game was tied at five with Solano batting in the top of the tenth when Michael Driscoll doubled off of Jacob Alvidrez, driving in one run.

 

Sacramento took an early lead in the second inning. With one out in the second inning Matt Lopez drove in one run when he singled.

 

Solano scored three runs in the sixth inning.  Solano scored on a single by Luke Knoble, a walk by Brett Bello, and a error.

 

After Solano scored one run in the top of the seventh, Sacramento answered with one of their own.  Solano scored when Jared Denning doubled off of Spencer Riese, driving in one run. Sacramento then answered when Kana Eldredge hit a sacrifice fly to drive in a run.

 

Solano evened things up at five in the top of the ninth inning.  Solano scored one run when Nolan Burr singled with one out in the ninth inning.

 

Tyler Pearsall earned the win for Solano. He pitched two innings, allowing zero runs, two hits, striking out three, and walking zero.  Jacob Alvidrez took the loss for Sacramento. He went one inning, surrendering one run, two hits, and walking zero.

 

Joe Gallagher started the game for Sacramento. He threw five innings, giving up zero runs, one hit, striking out five, and walking one.  Jordan Giggy started the game for Solano. He went five innings, allowing two runs, and seven hits.

 

Solano had ten hits in the game.  Wesley Galloway, Cody Norman, and Burr each collected multiple hits for Solano.  Burr, Denning, Michael Driscoll, and Knoble each drove in one run to lead Solano.

 

Sacramento collected 14 hits.  Nick Mccormick, Lopez, Brett Giosicke, Joel Pedcetti, and Jordan Estes each collected multiple hits for Sacramento M's.

 

Solano Mudcats Lose Lead Early in Defeat (0-1)

 

The Solano Mudcats watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in a 7-2 loss to The Healdsburg Prune Packers on Sunday.           


A wild pitch by Jason Alexander scored one run for Solano in the first inning. Healdsburg countered and took back the lead for good with five runs in the second inning. In the second Trevor Steele walked Sawyer Pottman, walking in a run. Two errors later in the inning led to Healdsburg scoring four more runs.

 

Jason Alexander earned the win for Healdsburg. He tossed four innings, surrendering two runs, two hits, and struck out four. Three relievers helped Healdsburg close out the victory. Dillion Brown threw three innings. Steele took the loss for Solano. He went one and two-thirds innings, allowing five runs, three hits, and striking out one.

 

Michael Driscoll had the only hit for Solano on the day.

 

Healdsburg had nine hits in the game. Dan James and Jamey Smart each collected multiple hits for Healdsburg.