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Friday, July 9, 2004

Sports

2004 Hailey Coed Softball League


TEAM, SPONSOR REC. RUNS VS.

Wicked Spud/Bradley Const. 10-1 130 54
Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn Tile 8-2 122 85
Anderson Asphalt 7-4 151 103
Silver Dollar/ABC Bail Bonds 6-6 116 128
Hailey Hotel 6-6 115 143
Budweiser/Oak Street 5-5 102 97
Wise Guy Pizza/The Mint 4-6 67 104
Marketron Mudhens 4-8 116 127
Red Elephant 0-12 95 173


RESULTS

 

Hailey Hotel 17, Silver Dollar/ABC 5
Any hopes Silver Dollar had for winning were dashed by the end of the first inning, after Hailey Hotel sent 13 batters to the plate and scored 10 runs. The Hotel stroked 11 hits and followed it up with a 3-hit, 4-run second to ice the game. Hailey Hotel (20 hits): Kellie England 3 hits (double), 2 runs. Keith Nelson 2 hits (double), 3 runs. Terry Hodges 2 hits (double), 2 runs. Alisa Mori 2 hits, 2 runs. Silver Dollar (12 hits): Bugs McNamara 3-for-3 (double), 1 run. Shaun Payne 2 singles. Tina Murphy & Debbie Fox 1 hit, 1 run each.

 

Marketron Mudhens 17, Red Elephant 5
Everyone loves an underdog and you could push Steve McCoy on a swing and there still would not be a bigger underdog than Red Elephant. The Big E looked good in the early frames, with a 7-4 run in the seconds and a slim 8-7 advantage in the third. The Mudhens woke up in the visitor fourth. Davin Hanson (2 HR/2B) belted a three-run jack to put the Hitting Chickens on top. A nice effort by the Red Eís first six batters who accounted for 18 of the teamís 21 hits. Marketron (20 hits): Jamie Trevino 4 hits (triple/2 doubles), 3 runs. Travis Cooley 4 hits (3 doubles), 2 runs. Mackenzie Dennard single, 2 runs. Gina Heidiman single, 2 runs. Red Elephant (21 hits): Joe Molyneux 5-for-5 (2 triples), 4 runs. Shilo Lillo 4 hits (HR/2 doubles), 3 runs. Josh Green 3 hits, 1 run. Amy Anderson 3 singles. Aaron Molyneux 2 hits, 1 run.

 

Wise Guy Pizza 9, Red Elephant 2
By the first inning, Wise Guy had plated enough runs to put the game away. Doubles by Dan Gearhart and Craig Webb and a triple by #4 hitter Amanda S. scored three. Wise Guy (11 hits): Craig Webb 3-for-3, 1 run. Dan Gearhart 2-for-2, 2 runs. Scott Seaward 2 hits (double), 1 run. Red Elephant (7 hits): Regan McCarthy 2 doubles. Aaron Molyneux 1 hit, 2 runs. Nicola Brashears double.

 

Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn 7, Silver Dollar/ABC 4
This game featured more errors than a grade school music recital. Silver Dollar committed four, including two unearned runs, which set the table for Matt Douthitís (3 hits) 3-run homer in the third to give Tomasi a 5-0 lead. Tomasi (11 hits): Mike Beall 2 hits, 1 run. Sam Dredge 2 hits, 1 run. Silver Dollar (6 hits): Josh Jacobson 2 hits (double), 1 run. Jim Carlson 1 hit, 2 runs. Teresa Collins 1 hit, 1 run.


 

UPCOMING GAMES
(at Lions Park, Hailey)

THURSDAY, JULY 8 (not included in standings)
5:45 p.m. Wicked Spud/Bradley vs. Budweiser/Oak St.
7:00 p.m. Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn vs. Wise Guy Pizza

MONDAY, JULY 12
5:45 p.m. Hailey Hotel vs. Anderson Asphalt
7:00 p.m. Marketron vs. Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn

TUESDAY, JULY 13
5:45 p.m. Budweiser/Oak St. vs. Wise Guy Pizza
7:00 p.m. Wicked Spud/Bradley vs. Silver Dollar/ABC

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