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A slight change to the schedule today. The San Diego Force have an off day.
Prospect Powerhouse @ California Jays
6:30 pm first pitch
The Oaks at Soboba 45750 Castile Canyon Rd, San Jacinto, CA 92583
The San Diego Invaders host TKB for game 2 of their 2 game series
4:00 pm first pitch
Oceanside High School 1 Pirates Cove Way, Oceanside, CA 92054
The Rough riders took on the Invaders as the road team and not a lot went right for them. The Invaders won their first game of the season in a dominant fashion winning 14-4. Joowan Jeon pitched for the Invaders going 5 strong innings allowing just 1 unearned run and striking out 8 Rough riders and he was a real stand out in the game. Another standout moment was Monhyeon Eom’s no doubt Grand Slam. One bright spot for the Rough riders was Derek Lopez tossing two strong innings in relief allowing no hits and striking out 3.
Below is the current schedule for this week. Things will continue to change because of restricted access to facilities, so stay in contact with your coaches for updates.
Wednesday – Rough Riders @ Invaders 4 pm Oceanside HS
Wednesday – Jays, Grind, Highlanders TBD
Friday – Force @ Jays 7 pm Soboba Sports Complex
Sunday – Prospect Powerhouse @ Force 1 pm Wells Field
Sunday – Jays @ Invaders double header 1 pm / 4 pm Oceanside HS
View team schedules on website by selecting your team, then schedule for all league games only.
Two double headers on Saturday! The Prospect Powerhouse finally open up their season with two in Oceanside against the winless Invaders.
Start time 1 pm and 4 pm at Oceanside High School.
Meanwhile, the California Jays travel to Santee to play two against the San Diego Invaders.
Start time also 1 pm and 4 pm, at West Hills High School.
The SD Invaders took on the SD Force at Oceanside high school on June 16, 2021. Starting pitchers were Joowon Jeon for the Invaders and Ethan Paulson for the Force. The Invaders took an early lead when Kohei Yamada and Yuto Mimura scored in the first inning. The game would go into the fifth inning with a score of 4-2 Invaders. The Force had a huge inning in the top of the fifth capitalizing on a few walks. The highlight of the fifth was Michael Davinni’s grand slam. The Force would score 9 runs that inning. There was a strong late-game effort by the Invaders with two home runs. One in the bottom of the fifth by Oliver Sellman and another by Nate Jakobs in the seventh inning. The Force would go on to win this one with a final score of 16 to 6. The Force remains undefeated in league play.