The Cash5K Auto Sales and Service Yankees won the Tri-City Little League title for the fifth straight year and finished with a 17-0 record. Team members include, from left, front row: Braxton Bowen, Gavvin Lloyd, Brayden Casolari, Cruz Galloway, Zayden Casolari and Kayden Adams; middle row: Alex Creech, Shawn Carroll, Peyton Jackson, Christian Maggard, Sedrick Washington and Aiden Craig; back row: coaches Merrill Galloway, Justin Newsome, Walter Craig, Tom Vicini (40 years as a Yankees’ coach) and Tony Casolari .

Yankees close perfect season with title

Shawn Carroll closed out a perfect season for the Cash5K Auto Sales and Service Yankees as he pitched a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and two walks in an 11-1 win over the Braves on Saturday, sending coach Tom Vicini to yet another championship in his 40th year of coaching in the Tri-City Little League.

Carroll also led the Yankees at the plate with a pair of three-run homers, one over the fence and one inside the park, and a double for seven RBI. Alex Creech had a triple, double and single. Brayden Casolari had a triple and double. Peyton Jackson and Christian Maggard added one single each.

Logan Bowling pitched a complete game for the Braves with eight strikeouts and four walks.

The Diamondbacks won the minor league championship and the Marlins won the softball title.