Burley, Idaho, 9, Cody 8

Burley took advantage of early pitching struggles for the Cubs to build a 5-0 lead after two innings in the final game Saturday. 

With two outs in the fifth the Green Sox added to its lead, scoring four runs on three singles, a double by Matt Evans and walk. 

The Cubs score two runs in the fourth and then mounted a late comeback, scoring four int he sixth and two in the fourth before the Green Sox got the tying run out at the plate to end the game. 

Burley finished with 13 hits. Ramior Garcia went 4-5, Andrew Farrins 3-4, Evans 2-3, Easton Watterson and Kody Condle 1-3, and Siayder Watterson and Jace Robinson 1-4.

The Green Sox sent four pitchers to the mound. Scott Ritchie earned the win, giving up five runs on four hits through 5 innings. Barrett Macias went 1/2 of an inning and allowed one run on two hits. Carson Noble walked one batter and Siqter Watterson went 1 2/3 innings and allowed two runs on two hits. 

Wasilla, Alaska, 6, Cheyenne 2

A five-run third inning helped power Alaska past Cheyenne in the third game Saturday. 

The inning included three singles and a three-run homer by Clancey O'Donnell. The Road Warriors also scored a run in the second.

Cheyenne scored its runs in the third on two error and a double by Fisher Brown.

Alaska had eight hits. ODonelle went 2-3, Taylon Ottinger 1-2, and Balau Buckmaster, Waylon Payne, Kyle Graham, Clayton Boyett and Jacob Gilbert 1-3.

Cheyenne had four hits. Bradley Feezer went 2-3, and Fisher Brown and Gavin Goff 1-3. 

Boyett earned the win, giving up two runs on four hits through 7 innings.

Feezer went 6 innings for the Hawks and allowed six runs on eight hits. 

Vauxhall, Alberta, 5, Portland, Ore., 4

A lengthy rain delay halted game two Saturday, but it may have helped Vauxhall swing the momentum back to its side for the win. 

The Spurs led 2-0 after two innings, scoring in the first on an error and in the second on two singles. 

However in the bottom of the second frame, five straight walks allowed Alpenrose Dairy to tie the game and take a 3-2 lead on a fielder's choice.

The Red Sox added a run in the third on a double by Devan Knight and single by Lucas Kensil. 

After the rain delay, the Spurs got things going in the fifth, loading the bases on a walk and two singles. One run scored on a fielder's choice and two more on a single by Kole Fujita to make it 5-4. 

At the plate for Vauxhall, Adam Vulcano went 2-3, Hayden Mack and Blake Kondor 2-4, Grady Honess 1-2, Simon Virostek 1-3 and Kole Fujita 1-4.

For the Red Sox, Ben Finnell, Lucas Kensil and Devan Knight went 1-2 and Zach Lewis 1-3.

Aaron Vulcano started on the mound for the Spurs, giving up three runs on no hits through 1 1/3 innings. Hayden Mack earned the win, giving up one run on four hits through 5 2/3 innings.

Luke Telles took the loss for Oregon, giving up five runs on eight hits through 5 1/3 innings. Knight went 1 2/3 innings and allowed one hit.

Layton, Utah 12, North Bend, Ore., 7

Eight errors proved costly to North Coos, as the Waterfront were defeated by Utah 12-7 Saturday to be eliminated from the tournament.

North Coos scored two runs in the first off two singles, an error, walk and hit batter. 

Utah got one back in the second and tied the game in the third. In the fourth, Post 87 took the lead on a double by Tanner Kofed, two walks, error and sac fly to go up 6-2. They added two more in the fifth. 

In the sixth, North Coos mounted a comeback. The Waterfront scored five runs and had doubles by Ian Spalding and Brendan Roberts during the inning.

Utah put up five in the seventh though and Oregon was unable to answer.

Offensively, Post 87 finished with 10 hits. Kofed went 3-3, Carson Shaffer 3-4, Riley Hill 2-3, Braxton Wright 1-2 and Caden Zundel 1-4.

For North Coos, Spalding, Bridger Holmes and Jacob Chaney all went 2-4, Jared Northrup 1-2, Roberts 1-3, Tyler Thorton 1-4 and Brylee Anderson 1-5.

Shaffer earned the win for Utah. He went 5 1/3 innings and allowed seven runs on nine hits. Wright pitched 2/3 of an inning and gave up one hit. Carson Day went 1 inning and allowed no hits.

Holmes took the loss for Oregon, giving up eight runs on seven hits through 4 1/3 innings. Anderson pitched 2 2/3 innings and allowed four runs on three hits.

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