Here's a look at some recent youth baseball and Wareham American Legion action:

WHALING CITY YOUTH BASEBALL

McCann & Sons 6, Tremblay Bus 0: Nolan Hoffler Tossed an absolute gem, a complete game no-hitter striking out 14. He also hit a home run to help his own cause. Cole Rivet was 2-for-2 and knocked in two runs. Kayden Mello, Jon Nunez and Ricky Maldonado also had hits for McCann’s.

DeBross Oil 5, True Swing 1: Aidan Evangelho struck out 17 and tossed a no-hitter for DeBross. Evangelho was also 1-for-2 with an inside-the-park home run. Tyler Dubois, Chris Pisz and Devon Wilson all tallied hits for DeBross. Ayden Silva pitched a strong game for True Swing.

New Bedford Fire 8, LeBeau’s 7: Amari Harris went 3-for-4 and Gavin Fletcher 3-for-3 to lead Fire. Harris also picked up the win on the mound in relief. Chace Feno had two hits and two RBIs for LeBeau’s.

Domino’s Pizza 4, Kitchens & Baths 3: Noah Mello was the winning pitcher, striking out 14 and scattering three hits. Landin Daillaire, Mello and Jhaden Reis led the attack with multiple hits for Domino’s.

SouthCoast Towing 14, Amaral’s 2: Dillon Greene was the winning pitcher, striking out four and scattering three hits in his four innings of work. Ian Dacosta was 4-for-4 with six RBIs and a home run. Dillon Green also homered for South Coast. Chase Lagoa, Aidan flood and Connor Silva all had hits for Amaral’s.

Amaral’s 7, Domino’s Pizza 3: Garrett Vieira and Connor Silva each had two hits for Amaral’s, while Chase Lagoa earned the win, striking out 13. Jhaded Reis pitched well for Domino’s, while Noah Mello went 3-for-3 and Reese Dumont was 2-for-3 in the loss.

McCann & Sons 16, Alves Chiropractic 5: Mikey Williams picked up the win for McCann’s. Kayden Mello, Ben Ponte and Ricky Maldonado all knocked in RBIs. Becky Tavares was 3-for-3 for Alves.

SouthCoast Towing 7, Dave’s 5: Ian Dacosta started on the hill for South Coast and struck out 10 in his four innings of work. Kylee Caetano went the last two innings, fanning four and not allowing a hit. Ajan Depina and Luke Cathcart had multiple hits for South Coast. Edan Dagget, Drew Taylor and Kyle Pisz each tallied hits for Dave’s.

Tremblay Bus 5, True Swing 4: Alex Verissimo went the distance and picked up the win. He also homered at the plate. Devan Caton, Connor Demen and Ayden Sylva were the offensive leaders for True Swing, all reaching base.

LeBeau’s 12, Palace Pizza 5: Xavier Aviles was the winning pitcher and was 3-for-3 at the plate. Aviles and Chace Feno both knocked in RBIs and had multiple hits. Ben Cormier also singled for LeBeau’s. Aidan Ramos and Josh Aguiar both had hits for Palace.

Dave’s 3, New Bedford Fire 1: Drew Taylor, Cam Cabral and Kyle Pisz all reached base to lead off the game. They all scored and those three runs would be enough. Dave’s managed only 3 hits in the game but made them all count. Braydon Webb, Gavin Fletcher and Amari Harris tallied hits for Fire.

Alves Chiropractic 11, Kitchens & Baths 7: Becky Tavares went 2-for-3, and Jake Lacaster picked up the win. Gianni Torres and Christian Ayala also played a key role in the Alves victory. Aaron Pimental was 2-for-3 with a grand slam for K&B.

DeBross Oil 22, Palace Pizza 1: Tyler Dubois and Craig Baptista combined to three-hit Palace. Aidan Evangelho went 3-for-3 with a home run and six RBIs. Jayden Sylvia was 4-for-4 and knocked in four runs. Devon Wilson had a multiple-hit game and two RBIs. Luke Medeiros, Aidan Ramos and Noah Amaral tallied hits for Palace.

GREATER NEW BEDFORD PONY BASEBALL

Kitchens & Baths 9, Lumber Yard 1: Benny Frias and Noah Heyes combined on the mound to strike out 13. Frias went 2-for-3 at the plate, while Wayne Andrews and Tommy Durocher each added a hit. For Lumber, Alex Atkinson and Shea Costa each had a hit.

Kitchens & Baths 15, Lebeau’s 4: Chris Hedlund and Nick Hedlund combined on the mound for the win. Hedlund, Noah Heyes and Brayden Borba each had three hits and scored a pair of runs. Anthony Vallone chipped in with two hits and drove in three runs. For Lebeau’s, Dante Florence Owen Fletcher and Franyk Jaime each had a hit.

Kitchens & Baths 6, Pirates 0: Noah Heyes, Noah Maxwell and Chris Hedlund combined to strike out 15, allowing one hit. Anthony Vallone, Steve Carvalho, Tommy Durocher and Nick Hedlund each had a hit and an RBI. Jakob Barrows had the only hit for the Pirates.

Kitchens & Baths 7, Poyant Signs 0: Benny Frias and Chris Hedlund fanned 13 and allowed just two hits to combine for the shutout win. Anthony Vallone went 2-for-3 with an RBI, and Frias doubled in two runs. Steve Carvalho and Wayne Andrews each chipped in with a hit, a run and an RBI. For Poyant, Eric Leca and Miguel Rodriguez each had a hit.

FAIRHAVEN ACUSHNET YOUTH BASEBALL

Elias 5, National Lumber 4: For National Lumber, Gavin Austin and Ryan Pires each had four strikeouts in their respective 1.1 innings of work. Aiden Powers went 2-for-3, while Ayden Chisholm had a double. For Elias, Nathan Raposo had eight strikeouts in 3.2 innings, along with timely hitting from Logan Medeiros, Ben Ashley and Landon Pickup, and two huge catches in the outfield from Noah Mahon.

PJ Keating 10, Ray & Mikes 2: PJ Keating was led on the mound by Ryan LeBlanc and Chase Almeida, who each had five strikeouts. Harrison Cabral added a two-run double at the plate. For Ray & Mike’s, Jackson Ponte pitched his first inning with one strikeout, while TJ Hechavarria pitched two innings with three strikeouts.

Ray and Mike’s 11, J&R Plastics 0: Caleb Silvestri went 3.2 innings, striking out nine batters, while Ben Costa went 2-for-2 with a double and home run. For J&R Plastics, Luke Bowcock and Zack Engel had hits, and Owen Bowcock had six strikeouts on the mound.

PJ Keating 11, J&R Plastics 1: Chad Hebert pitched a great game for PJ Keating, while Harrison Cabral supplied the firepower at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a pair of inside-the-park home runs and a triple.

PJ Keating 11, Alden Court 3: Michael Manzone pitched a solid 2.1 innings, striking out five, and Jackson Williams pitched well, getting two of the four batters he faced. Manzone also supplied the lumber for PJ Keating with a deep, opposite-field grand slam. Harrison Cabral also contributed with a double and three RBIs. Lola Chase, Gabe Alves and Ryder Mydlack all swung the bat well with one hit each for Alden Court.

National Lumber 7, Varsity Club 0: Aiden Powers and Gavin Austin combined for the shutout, handing VC its only loss of the season. National Lumber came up swinging with multiple hits from Powers, Richie Senna, Gavin Austin and Brady Shurtleff.

Ray & Mike’s 6, Alden Court 5: Ray & Mike’s got quality pitching from Cole Correia and Caleb Silvestri and quality defense from Jackson Ponte, Ben Costa and Riley Mederios. Alden Court was led by Ben Comey, Lola Chase and Nathan Lewis, who all had RBI base hits.

Elias 6, J&R Plastics 2: Elias’ Matt Chang went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and pitched three innings with four strikeouts. J&R got great pitching from Owen Bowcock with nine strikeouts in three innings of work, while Zach Engel and Luke Bowcock both had doubles.

WAREHAM POST 220 AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

Wareham Post 220 4, Rockland Post 147 1: Justin Sylvia (Middleboro) allowed only one earned run and collected 10 strikeouts in a complete game effort. Bryant Salkind (Old Rochester/Wheaton) came through with a huge base hit that scored two runs in the top of the seventh, while Will Hopkins (Old Rochester), Kylar Macoratti (Bourne) and Cooper Thornell (Upper Cape/MA Maritime) added base hits, with Macoratti scoring two runs.

Plymouth Post 40 5, Wareham Post 220 2: Tom Cummings (Upper Cape) tossed a complete game and allowed only three earned runs on five hits. Hunter Parker (Old Rochester/Salve Regina) and Bryant Salkind (Old Rochester/Wheaton) went 2-for-4, Sam Henrie (Old Rochester) and Will Hopkins (Old Rochester) went 3-for-4 with a run scored, while Nick Gagner (Upper Cape) and Cooper Thornell (Upper Cape/MA Maritime) each produced a base hit.

Wareham Post 220 5, Sandwich Post 188 4: Post 220 did their part defensively as Adam Breault (Old Rochester) allowed only three hits in six innings on the hill. Bryant Salkind (Old Rochester/Wheaton) came in for relief to eventually get the save in the last inning. Salkind also finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Will Hopkins (Old Rochester) went 2-for-2 with two runs scored, while Tom Cummings (Upper Cape) and Justin Sylvia (Middleboro) each added a base hit and scored a run.

Hanover Post 149 10, Wareham Post 220 8: After holding a two-run lead after two innings, Post 220 couldn't overcome Hanover's outburst over the next couple of innings. Hunter Parker (Old Rochester/Salve Regina) went 1-for-2 with three runs scored, Will Hopkins (Old Rochester) went 2-for-3 with an RBI, Nick Gagner (Upper Cape) went 2-for-3 with a triple, while Bryant Salkind (Old Rochester/Wheaton), Cooper Thornell (Upper Cape/MA Maritime), Sam Henrie (Old Rochester), and Kylar Macoratti (Bourne) each collected a base hit.