The top seed, Bevy, was too much for Ada’s Café and won their semifinal matchup 15-5. Bevy moves onto the PCL championship game against Say Hey Baseball, who beat Palo Alto Wealth Advisors in the other semifinal. Bevy and Say Hey will meet Saturday, May 21, at Middlefield Ballpark at 1:00 p.m.

Ada’s came out in the first inning with two runs, but Bevy answered with five in the bottom half. Ada kept it competitive with three runs in the top of the third inning to draw close, but Bevy’s consistent hitting and solid pitching proved too much for Ada’s to overcome and Bevy secured its spot in the PCL City Championship game. Asher Anderson, Nicolas Gonzales, and Logan Peng each tallied two hits for Bevy.

In the second semifinal, number two seed, Palo Alto Wealth Advisors, was pitted against number three seed, Say Hey Baseball. The teams put on a defensive gem with excellent pitching from starters Ishan Weiner and Dylan LaMere and strong defensive play. Say Hey managed to squeak in a run in the top half of the first and another in the fourth; then added three in the sixth to put the game away. Say Hey’s Dylan LaMere, Logan Lai, and Liam Aslakson together pitched a two-hit shutout to lead Say Hey to a 5-0 win and to the PCL City Championship Game.

This sets up an exciting Championship game. Bevy has been dominant this season–the only team to have handed them a loss during the regular season was … you guessed it, Say Hey.

Come on out to Middlefield Ballpark this Saturday, May 21, at 1 p.m. to watch Say Hey Baseball and Bevy battle it out for the PCL City Championship and cheer both teams on.

Have a bite to eat from the Snack Shak and then stay to watch Bike Connection take on Agile for Majors City Championship at 5:00 p.m.