District I Little League 9-10 year old tournament
July 7, 2002
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 2, CARSON VALLEY 0
Chase Harpole pitched two-hit ball to lead South Lake Tahoe to its opening round win against Carson Valley.
South Lake Tahoe broke a scoreless tie with one run in the fourth inning and then added another run in the fifth.
That was enough support for Harpole, who struck out six and walked three on his way to the complete game victory. Harpole aided his own cause offensively by hitting a double. Otto Trebotich also tripled for South Lake Tahoe.
Michael Whalin only allowed four hits in a complete game performance for Carson Valley. He struck out nine and walked three.
Beau Batista and Scott Lococo singled to account for the two Carson Valley hits.
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RENO CONTINENTAL 13, NORTH TAHOE 1
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Spencer Sconza pitched five innings, struck out nine and walked two for Reno Continental.
Zack Tomlinson hit a double and single and drove in North Tahoe’s only run.
VALLEY PROVIDENCE 7, SPARKS CENTENNIAL 2
Valley Providence scored five runs in the bottom of the third inning to break a 1-1 tie on its way to victory against Sparks Centennial.
Noah Krueger pitched all the way for Valley Providence. He allowed three hits, struck out four and walked three.