Sports > St. Matthews Baseball Little League Machine Pitch Share Tweet Friends and family came out to support their up-and-coming athletes at the Lyndon Little League machine pitch game June 26. The Reds played the Yankees in a spirited face-off. Photos by JAMES EATON | Contributing Photographer Cameron Harris hit the ball. Family and friends watched the game. Brennon Olson made the throw from 3rd to 1st, to get the out. Ethan Crouch hit the ball. Logan McNair fielded the ball. Catcher Robert Liberty and Ethan Crouch looked for the call from the Umpire. Landon Caswell covered shortstop, and tossed the ball to his teammate on the pitching mound. Aidian Cox, showed proper form in setting up to throw the ball back into the infield. Barrett Olash covered third base, while Gib Jensen prepared to make the run for home plate. Max Powell hit the ball. Jeremiah May hit the ball. The Reds returned to their dugout. Jacob Burgan ran for first base. Owen McGreevy hit the ball. The Yankees cheered on their teammates from the dugout. Family and friends watched the game. The umpires took a short break between innings. Evan Mueller fielded the ball at first base. Jack Ferree slugged the ball to the outfield. Ethan Crouch ran for first base. Alik Olash threw the ball back to the infield, as Chi Fuentes looked on. Logan McNair fielded the ball to get an out in the 5th Inning. Coach Dan Lowe provided some pointers to Cameron Dewberry. Logan McNair threw the ball to first base, in an attempt to get the out. Chi Fuentes threw the ball back into the infield from left field. Max Powell slid into home plate, while Cameron Dewberry looked on. Jack Pilbean is congratulated by teammates after scoring the final run of the game. The 11th seeded Reds overwhelmed the 2nd seeded Yankees, to win 3-17.