Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Hailey co-ed softball ends predictably


Tournament menís MVP, Sean Harrington of Little Wood Builders scores a home run against Mahoneys, just beating a tag by Brad Dredge.

The Hailey co-ed softball season ended last weekend in a championship battle between the season-long frontrunners, Little Wood Builders/LDE Electric, and their perpetual runners-up, Sawtooth Paint.

Little Wood Builders capped an undefeated regular season with an undefeated run in the two-day tournament, held in Lyons Park. Little Wood convincingly defeated the heavily monikered Sawtooth Paint/Class 5 Construction/McClain's Pizzeria/Hailey Carquest team 10-5 in the championship game, despite Sawtooth having only narrowly lost 11-13 in the teams' first tournament match-up.

Tournament MVP's were Shannon Webb from Sawtooth Paint for the ladies and Sean Harrington from Little Wood Builders for the men.

The Ketchum co-ed tournament takes place this Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31, and the All-Star game is this evening, Wednesday, 6 p.m.. Both events are at Atkinson's Park.

2010 Poggi Bros. Electric Hailey Coed Softball League

Pre-Tournament Final Standings

TEAM. REC. RUNS VS.

LDE Electric/Little Wood Builders 13-0 224 95

Sawt. Paint/Class 5/McClain's/Car Quest 10-2 240 117

Wise Guy Pizza/Nitro Green 8-6 184 132

Mahoney's Bar & Grill 7-6 149 169

Poggi Bros. Elec/Red Dog Const. 7-7 174 152

Hailey Hotel 7-7 129 183

Power Engineers 1-12 92 224

Peterson Dist./Tidwell Const. 1-13 112 228

RESULTS from July 20 & 22 matches

Little Wood Builders 10, Poggi Elec/Red Dog 7

Peterson/Tidwell Const. 19, Power Engineers 4

Sawtooth Paint/Car Quest 18, Mahoney's 3

Hailey Hotel 17, Wise Guy Pizza 16

Wise Guy 10, Sawtooth Paint 6




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