On Monday, CBA took on Zero Trash and emerged with a 7-3 win. Pitchers Nate Magers (CBA) and Booker Frith (Zero Trash) were in a 2-2 battle before CBA broke the game open by scoring five runs in the bottom of the fifth. Will Clark, Naess and Will Potratz had big hits in the inning. Johnny Phelan scored twice in the game and Nolan Smith closed the game and retired the final five Zero Trash batters.
Jack Payne had two hits for Zero Trash.
Gapp 9, Modern Alloys 7: In a thriller that went to the wire Saturday, the score was tied (6-6) heading into the last inning when Gapp scored three runs to take a 9-6 lead. Alloys fought back with a run and had the bases loaded. Alloys' Natasha Sorenson crushed a full-count pitch, but Gapp's Trevor Price made an outstanding fielding play to record the out at first base and end the game.
The game included strong pitching performances from Jamie Mackay, Quinn Novick and Oliver Mackel of Alloys, and Ashten Rea, Ryan Magers and Trevor Price for Gapp.
Gapp Moves on to play hot-hitting McKenna Audi for the division tournament title.
In other playoff games:
•Hobie 15, Sportsworld 1
VFW 4, Rotary 1
Rotary 4, Sportsworld 3
Hobie 4, VFW 1
VFW 5, Rotary 2
Zero Trash 6, American Legion 5
UPS Store 8, Morgan Stanley 1
Zero Trash 12, Crescent Bay Advisors 5
Morgan Stanley 13, American Legion 8
UPS Store 15, Zero Trash 7
Crescent Bay Advisors 6, Morgan Stanley 0
Crescent Bay Advisors 7, Zero Trash 3
Crescent Bay Advisors 10, UPS Store 5
Gapp 20, Bushards 17
McKenna Audi 16, Modern Alloys 9
Modern Alloys 9, Bushards 8
McKenna Audi 11, Gapp 1
Gapp 9, Modern Alloys 7
McKenna Audi 11, Gapp 5