2017 Aaron Demuth Memorial Alumni Game

Aaron Demuth playing for his Chico State Wildcats

Tyler Bosetti & Demuth Family

Father (Glenn), Mother (Cheryl), Wife (Lindsey), and oldest son (Mason). Glenn threw out the first pitch.The family is with Tyler Bosetti (far right) who won the first ever Aaron Demuth Scholarship. Tyler will be heading to University Nevada Reno to continue his education and baseball career.

2017 Red & Blue Alumni

The Solano Mudcats started their 2017 season campaign with the Annual Aaron Demuth Memorial Alumni Game on Saturday June 3rd. After 9 strong innings of baseball, the Red Team versus Blue Team finished in a 8-8 tie! 

John Lammon 2017 Aaron Demuth Memorial Alumni Game MVP

The Solano Mudcats 2017 Aaron Demuth Memorial Alumni Game had a packed house and the game was full of action to the end! The Blue Team led by Player/Coach Shawn Scibek, jumped out to an early lead when Kim Cornist hit a RBI double to the right-center field warning track giving the blue team a 1-0 lead. The Red team, led by Player/Coach Ben Crombie, answered by scoring one run of their own in the second inning. Gordie Clary had a two RBI single in the third to help the Red Team take the lead. The Red Team continued to score runs as Clary had his second hit of the game. Brenden Farney, Price Kendall, and Mark Foley all had hits in the fourth inning helping the Red Team take a 8-2 lead. After all the excitement and adrenaline wore off the game settled down and the pitchers from both teams took control. The Blue Team's pitching staff consisted of Ryan P. Adams, Anthony Pezzola, Joey Evans, Kody Keroher, and Matt Burks. The Red Team's pitching staff consisted of Gordie Clary, Jonny Villa, Steve Keeter, Nick Voight and Chadd Chattfield. In the seventh inning the Blue Team caught their second wind and plated six runs on three base on balls, 2 hit by pitches and a couple hits. The Blue Team's offense was powered by John Lammon 2-3, 2B, 3RBI's, Kody Keroher 2-2, 2 runs, and Kim Cornist 1-3 2B RBI. All that action brought the score to 8-8 and it remained their through 9 innings. 

Photo: J. Karuzas