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2022 Day One Recap

Day 1 Recap of the Bronco-11 World Series

The Bronco-11 World Series started action today from Chesterfield, Virginia as eight teams played the opening games on their schedule.

Game 1 : Barranquilla, Colombia vs Wilmington, NC (FORFEIT)

Barranquilla, Colombia forfeited the game to Wilmington, NC.

Wilmington, NC will move on to play San Diego, CA in Game 7 at 8:00pm EST/US. Barranquilla, Colombia will play Chesterfield (CBC), VA at 8:00pm EST/US, barring any setbacks.

Game 2 : Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 10, Willoughby, OH 0

In the second game of the series, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico was dominant with both the bats and on the mound as they blanked Willoughby, Ohio, 10-0.

Chihuahua got things going early as they scored their first run in the first inning via an error.  In the third inning Chihuahua tacked on four more with a couple of singles by Derek Carrasco and David Miranda. The nail in the coffin came in the 6th when Chihuahua scored two runs on two errors and one run on a fielder’s choice.

Miguel Gonzales was dominant on the bump for Chihuahua, throwing five scoreless innings where he only allowed two hits and struck out five.

Eric Rus and Nicholas LaBauhn each had a hit for Willoughby.

With the win, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico improves to 1-0 and moves on to play Eagle Pass, TX at 8:00pm EST/US. Unfortunately for Willoughby, Ohio, the loss brings them to 0-1 as they look to bounce back tomorrow in their game against Suffolk, VA at 5:30pm EST/US.

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Game 3 : San Diego, CA 21, Chesterfield (CBC), VA 0 (3 innings)

San Diego, California earned the win against Chesterfield (CBC), Virginia today, 21-0.

Their record will be elevated to 1-0 and they move on to face Wilmington, NC tomorrow at 8:00pm EST/US. Chesterfield (CBC), Virginia will fall to 0-1 and face Barranquilla, Colombia at 5:30pm EST/US.

Game 4 : Suffolk, VA 0, Eagle Pass, TX 4

Eagle Pass, Texas played a solid game on both ends in their 4-0 shutout of Suffolk, VA.

Two Eagle Pass pitchers combined for the shutout, Jose Romo and Omar Flores. Romo allowed no hits in one and two-thirds innings, striking out three in the process.

All four runs were scored on mistakes by Suffolk. One run was scored in the third inning for Eagle Pass, coming from a dropped third strike throw to first advancing the runner home. The second run came from an error of the Suffolk second baseman in the fourth inning. The final two runs came in that same inning as Baldermo Sandoval III stole home, causing chaos and another run to score.

Quincy Carr was the losing pitcher for Suffolk. He went five innings giving up four runs and struck out eight.

Aayden Gregory was the leader in hits for Suffolk, picking up one hit in three at bats.

Victorious Eagle Pass, Texas improves to 1-0 and will move on to face Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico at 8:00pm EST/US. Suffolk, Virginia falls to 0-1 and will play Willoughby, Ohio at 5:30pm EST/US.

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2022 Day Two Recap

Day 2 Recap of the Bronco-11 World Series
Day two of action kicked off at the Bronco-11 World Series in Chesterfield, VA with four matchups set to take place.

Game 5 : Chesterfield (CBC), VA vs Barranquilla, Colombia (FORFEIT)
Barranquilla, Colombia forfeited to Chesterfield (CBC), VA.

With the win Chesterfield, VA moves to 1-1 and will look to take on Wilmington, NC at 5:30pm EST/US. Barranquilla, Colombia falls to 0-2 with two forfeits and is eliminated from title contention. They will be able to compete in a consolation game against Suffolk, VA at 2:00pm EST/US, barring any setbacks.

Game 6 : Suffolk, VA 8, Willoughby, OH 20 (5 innings)

Willoughby, OH’s bats came alive in their 20-8 win over Suffolk, VA.

Despite surrendering seven runs in the second inning, Willoughby strung together 21 hits for 20 runs. Several Willoughby players had a multi-hit game, but Carter May and Franco Remesch led the way with three hits each.

Mason Bodach had three RBI for Willoughby while Remesch, May, Chase Pawlowski, Nicholas LaBauhn, Eric Rus, and Marcello Biondillo had two each.

Isaiah Valentin earned the win on the mound for Willoughby as he surrendered three runs on two hits in his one and one third innings of work.

Aayden Gregory led Suffolk, VA in hits, going two-for-two. He tallied on two RBI. Quincy Carr also had two RBI for Suffolk.

Willoughby, OH moves to 1-1 in the tournament with the win while Suffolk, VA falls to 0-2, eliminating them from title contention. Willoughby, OH will be in action tomorrow against Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX at 5:30pm EST/US. Suffolk, VA will play in the consolation game against Barranquilla, Colombia at 2:00pm EST/US, barring any setbacks.

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Game 7 : Wilmington, NC 3, San Diego, CA 13

San Diego continued their tournament dominance with their 13-3 win over Wilmington, NC.

The game slipped out of reach before Wilmington could even catch their breath as San Diego put up seven runs in the second inning. Preston Goldenberg, Wyatt Lo, Gavin Ware, Noah Patenaude, and Connor Balkenbush all sent runners across the plate in the big inning. Before all was said and done, San Diego had 11 total hits with Patenaude, Vincent Leyba, and Ware adding a multi-hit game to their resume.

Wilmington scored all three runs in the same inning where Tristan Stewart and Carter Shoffner provided the RBI. Shoffner went two-for-three in the game.

Lawrence Duffin IV had a great outing on the mound for San Diego, lasting two innings and allowing zero runs on two hits.

San Diego, CA will improve to 2-0 and will face the winner of Wilmington, NC and Chesterfield (CBC), VA at 8:00pm EST/US. Wilmington, NC’s game against Chesterfield (CBC), VA will be at 5:30pm EST/US.

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Game 8 : Eagle Pass, TX 3, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 1

In a low scoring game, Eagle Pass, TX edged Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX, 3-1.

This pitcher’s duel featured Dimas Sanchez starting for Eagle Pass. Sanchez went five and two thirds, allowing one run on six hits before Juan Salinas Jr. came into the game from the bullpen. Salinas Jr. threw one and one third innings and shut the door on Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX.

Eagle Pass also didn’t commit a single error. Their clean play and timely hitting why they emerged victorious. Eagle Pass’ scoring opened up in the first when Julian De Hoyos singled and sent a runner home.

Chihuahua, Chihuahua quickly evened things up in the same inning when Derek Carrillo hit an RBI single. Carrillo ended up leading Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX, going two-for-three.

The game was decided in the fifth on a fielder’s choice and Jose Romo single.

The win propels Eagle Pass, TX to 2-0 while Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX falls to 1-1. Eagle Pass will face the winner of Game 10 which features Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX and Willoughby, OH at 8:00pm EST/US. Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX’s competition against Willoughby OH will take place at 5:30pm EST/US.

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2022 Day Three Recap

Day 3 Recap of the Bronco-11 World Series

Several games took place in Chesterfield, VA as teams looked to punch their ticket to tomorrow’s championship game.

Consolation Game : Barranquilla, Colombia vs Suffolk, VA (FORFEIT)

Barranquilla, Colombia forfeited the game to Suffolk, VA.

Suffolk, VA’s final record for the tournament is 1-2.

The loss puts Barranquilla’s final record at 0-3 with three forfeits.

Game 9 : Wilmington, NC 14, Chesterfield (CBC), VA 1 (5 innings)

Wilmington, NC used its bats to power their way past Chesterfield (CBC), VA 14-1.

Wilmington started the scoring off in the top of the first, pushing across three runs on a Carter Shoffner single scoring Tristan Stewart, Bennett Bush single sending Shoffner home, and a wild pitch that plated Bush.

Chesterfield quickly responded, pushing across a run of their own on an Austin Snow double that scored Troy McLean.

However, the power of Wilmington was too much for Chesterfield as they quickly pushed across 11 unanswered runs.

Beckett Caffee toed the rubber to begin the game for Wilmington, going four innings while allowing one run on three hits. He was relieved in the fifth by Zachariah Ahmad who closed out the game allowing one hit before Bush came in to get the final two outs.

Wilmington had 16 total hits with Stewart, Bush, and Isaiah Mcdowell picking up three each. Stewart had three RBI, leading the team.

Snow had the most impressive individual performance for Chesterfield as he went 2-for-3 with a double and RBI. The remaining two hits came from the bats of McLean and Camden Layton.

With the win Wilmington, NC will improve to 2-1 and move on to face San Diego, CA in Game 11 later today. They will have to defeat them twice to advance to the championship.

Chesterfield (CBC), VA’s final record will sit at 1-2 as they are eliminated from the tournament.

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Game 10 : Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 14, Willoughby, OH 5

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX uses a monster seventh inning to move past Willoughby, OH, 14-5.

The game was close until the end where Chihuahua put together a ten run inning to pull out of reach.

Willoughby struck first in the game, plating a run in the bottom of the second on a Malik Lukungu sacrifice fly, scoring Eric Rus. Chihuahua didn’t take long to respond as they sent three runs home in the top of the third. Those runs came on an Esteban Gallardo single and two errors, making the game 3-1 in favor of Chihuahua.

The lead was taken right back in the bottom of the fourth when Rus doubled, Franco Remesch tripled, and Mason Bodach singled, all bringing home runs to make it 4-3 Willoughby. Chihuahua tied it up in the sixth when Diego Calderon reached home on a wild pitch.

The game looked as if it was going into extras before the offensive explosion of Chihuahua happened. They scored ten runs on six hits, three walks, two hit-by-pitches, and an error. The Chihuahua players with an RBI single that inning included David Miranda, Derek Carrillo, Miguel Gonzales (2 RBI single), and Carlos Pacheco. Gallardo had an RBI double.

Rus led the way for Willoughby, going 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

The win advances Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX to 2-1 and to the next round where they will face Eagle Pass, TX. That game was played later in the day during Game 12.

Willoughby, OH’s tournament ends with a record of 1-2 as they are eliminated.

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Game 11 : San Diego, CA 5, Wilmington, NC 2

San Diego, CA came from behind against Wilmington, NC to win 5-2 and punch their ticket to the championship game.

Wilmington had a fast start where they put up two runs on the undefeated San Diego team. The runs came on a Carter Shoffner suicide squeeze bunt that went for a single, scoring Tristan Stewart. Their second run came on an Isaiah McDowell line-drive single that scored Bennett Bush.

San Diego’s offense punched back and scored five unanswered runs to take the lead. They started chipping away in the top of the second when they scored a run on a Hendrix Plotkin single. They tacked on another to tie the game in the top of the fourth when Plotkin singled home a run again. The nail in the coffin came when Wyatt Lo hit his first homerun and Gavin Ware scored on an error later in the inning, making it 4-2 in favor of San Diego. Lo homered again in the top of the seventh to extend the lead to 5-2.

Lawrence Duffin IV went five innings for San Diego, allowing two runs on four hits before he was relieved by Ware. Ware finished out the game and allowed no runs to seal the victory.

The win puts San Diego at 3-0 and in the championship game at 1:00pm EST/US. They will await the winner of Eagle Pass, TX and Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX tomorrow for their opponent.

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Game 12 : Eagle Pass, TX 1, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 2

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX just edges Eagle Pass, TX 2-1 to force a second game.

Chihuahua scored their lone two runs in the second and third inning on an error that plated Derek Carrillo-Vazquez. and an Esteban Gallardo single that scored Miguel Carrillo-Romero.

Eagle Pass was nearly on the other end of a perfect game as they didn’t pick up their first base runner until the sixth inning. In the seventh, Jose Romo hit a solo homer to cut the margin to one, but it was not enough as it stood as Eagle Pass’ lone run.

The near-perfect pitching outing started with Diego Calderon on the mound, going five and two thirds innings and giving up no runs on no hits. He struck out 12 before he reached his pitch count and was relieved by Carrillo-Vazquez. He gave up the first two hits of the night to Mason Villarreal and Omar Flores, ending the perfect game bid.

Despite losing the perfect game, Carrillo-Vazquez was able to record the final outs in his one and one-third innings of work. He struck out two in the effort.

Eagle Pass’ pitchers had a good outing too despite the loss. Romo earned the start and went one and one third, giving up one run on one hit and striking out two, before he was relieved by Juan Salinas Jr. He went four and two thirds while giving up one run on three hits. He sent four packing.

The win puts Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX at 3-1 while Eagle Pass, TX drops to 2-1. The two will face off tomorrow at 11:00am EST/US with a spot in the championship on the line.

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2022 Championship Game Recap

Bronco-11 World Series Championship Recap

Note: The winner of Game 14 game will advance to the championship.

Game 14 : Eagle Pass, TX 2, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 12 (5 innings)

The ‘if necessary’ game was dominated by Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX who earned their second win over Eagle Pass to send them to the championship.

Chihuahua wasted no time in this game, butting up three runs in the first inning on an Esteban Gallardo double, Diego Calderon single, and ground out. These three runs were quickly responded to by Eagle Pass in the top of the second when they put up two of their own on a fielder’s choice and error.

No sweat was broken by Chihuahua, however, as they went on to put up nine unanswered runs to reach the run rule in the fifth inning. They scored two in the bottom of the second on a Gallardo single and groundout that advanced Miguel Carrillo Romero home. In the third, six of the nine runs were scored via a David Miranda double, Martin Villa single, Gallardo single, Calderon single, and Carlos Durstewitz double. The final run was the result of a sacrifice fly by Gallardo.

Carrillo Vazquez had a great outing on the mound for Chihuahua, going four innings and giving up two runs on four hits while striking out four.

Eagle Pass’ Jose Romo and Enrique Polonco both went 2-for-2 in the game while Dimas Sanchez led the team in RBI with one.

Esteban went a perfect 3-for-3 with four RBI. Calderon also had four RBI in the effort.

The win puts Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX at 3-1 as they advance to the championship game against San Diego, CA.

Eagle Pass, TX finishes their tournament 2-2.

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The champions, San Diego, CA

Championship Game : San Diego, CA 5, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 1

San Diego had a phenomenal performance on the mound and with the bats that propelled them to victory over Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX 5-1.

Cody Mateo Lashlee was the breakout player for San Diego, going 3-for-4 with two RBI with his bat and only allowing one run on the mound.

San Diego struck in the first inning on a Noah Patenaude double that sent Vincent Leyba home. Later in the inning, a Lawrence Duffin IV single brought home Patenaude. 

They continued the scoring slowly, but surely, in the remaining innings. A Leyba single brought home Preston Goldenberg in the second, a Mateo Lashlee single sent Gavin Ware home in the third, and another Mateo Lashlee line drive single plated Hendrix Plotkin.

The bottom of the sixth was when Chihuahua finally got something going on offense. A leadoff single by Miguel Carrillo Romero set the table for Carlos Durstewitz to score him on a single later in the inning. This would be the only run Chihuahua would put on the board.

Mateo Lashlee toed the rubber for San Diego, going six and two thirds while giving up one run on five hits. He struck out three while only walking two. He was replaced by Fabian Ruiz Bello who walked two before recording the final out via ground out to Anthony Kassab.

Esteban Gallardo started the game for Chihuahua, throwing 59 pitches in two and a third innings of work. He allowed eight hits for four runs before being relieved by Martin Villa. Villa went the remaining four and two thirds innings while allowing one run on three hits.

Chihuahua finished with five hits in the game that came from Carrillo Romero, Gallardo, Durstewitz, Derek Carrillo Vasquez, and Martin Villa.

The 11 hit performance of San Diego featured three players with a multi-hit game. These players included Leyba, Patenaude, and Mateo Lashlee. 

San Diego, CA finishes the tournament undefeated at 4-0. Their win crowns them the 2022 Bronco-11 World Series Champions. This is the second year in a row that a team from the San Diego, CA area has won it all.

The loss puts Chihuahua, Chihuahua, MX’s final record at 3-2.

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Easton ERA Award Winner - Diego Calderon Payao, Mexico; 8.1 innings pitched , 0.000 ERA, 15 K's no walks

Wilson Batting Award Winner - Lawrence Duffin IV, San Diego, CA, 9 at bats 6 hits, .667 avg


2021 Day One Recap

Day One Recap

Laredo, TX wins Game 1 against Eden, NC - 9-2

San Diego, Ca wins Game 2 against Chesapeake, VA - 15-1

Laredo, TX wins Game 3 against Chesterfield, VA - 12-1

San Diego, CA wins Game 4 against Wilmington, NC - 6-5

2021 Day Two Recap

Day Two Recap

Chesterfield, VA wins Game 5 against Eden, NC - 15-8

Wilmington, NC wins Game 6 against Chesapeake, VA - 15-5

Wilmington, NC wins Game 7 against Eden, NC, 16-6

Chesterfield, VA wins Game 8 against Chesapeake, VA, 13-12

2021 Day Three Recap

Day Three Recap

Laredo, TX wins Game 9 against Chesterfield, VA, 10-1

San Diego, CA wins Game 10 against Wilmington, NC 16-1

Chesapeake, VA wins Game 11 against Eden, NC, 11-0

Wilmington, NC wins Game 12 against Chesterfield, VA, 13-3

2021 Championship Game Recap

2021 Bronco-11 International World Series Championship


Laredo, TX watched the game slip away early in a 16-1 loss against the Tecolote All Stars in the Championship game in the Bronco-11 International World Series.

Matthew P. hit a triple for Tecolote All Stars scoring three runs in the 16-1 victory.

Keith C, Cole M, and Asher M all had singles to help Tecolote All Stars win.

The starting pitcher for Laredo, allowed four hits and six runs over one inning, while walking one.

Tecolote All Stars tallied 14 hits. Keith, Joey R, Nolan B, and Cole each had multiple hits for the day.

Congratulations to this year's ERA recipient, Keith Clark

Congratulations to this year's Batting Champ, Nolan Brown.

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