Wednesday, July 25, 2012

2012 5B Photo Hailey Coed Softball League


TEAM, SPONSOR REC. RUNS VS.

7 Dog Ranch 9-0 176 61

Cups & Bras 8-2 143 119

Mahoney's/Wicked Spud 6-4 124 121

Power Engineers 4-4 122 99

Hailey Hotel/Smith Optics 3-6 99 112

Andrus Elec./Cowboy Cocina 2-6 68 111

Columbia Paint/Bradley Tech 0-10 96 163

RECENT RESULTS

Power Engineers 22, Columbia Paint/Bradley Tech 9

It really wasn't much of a game as Power put on a barrage of early hits that put up 11 runs through two innings of play as Power notched the win and Columbia Pain/Bradley Tech remained winless. Kyle Bennett was easily the hottest bat of the day after recording five hits on the day (triple, double, 3 singles) with four runs. Jason Marenda also had a fine day with four hits (double, 3 singles) and three runs. Ben Bainbridge had two home runs on the day while scoring three runs. Jamie Stone, Jamie Ulrich and Jared Eby all had two hits each with two runs. Donnie Bickford was the lone bright spot for Bradley as he put up three hits (2 doubles, single). Bonnie Shell had two singles and two runs. Nate Adams had a home run and a single.

Andrus Elec./Cowboy Cocina 15, Cups & Bras 9

The game went back and forth through much of the game until Cowboy Cocina opened up the game with a seven-run inning in the fifth inning to help Cowboy Cocina get its second win of the season over Cups & Bras. The loss was only Cups & Bras second loss of the season. Up 7-6 heading into the fifth inning, Cowboy Cocina started off the inning by putting its first six batters on base. Donavon Romrell hit a home run to drive in a good chunk of runs. Romrell finished the day with two hits on the day. Rich Lang of Cowboy Cocina led the charge with four hits on the day (2 doubles) and scored three times. Jeff Stedman and Brandon Ivie both recorded two hits and had two runs for Cowboy Cocina. Ryan Stauros of Cups & Bras had two hits (triple and single) and scored a run. Kenny Nelson had the team's lone home run as he had two hits and two runs. Matt Nelson went 2 for 3 (double, single).

Cups & Bras 24, Columbia Paint/Bradley Tech 5

Cups and Bras got back in the winner's column as they beat up on Columbia Pain/Bradley Tech. Matt Nelson had four hits on the day (double, 3 singles) and scored four runs. Bryan Burrell also had four runs on the day along with two hits. Ryan Stauros had two hits on the day including a home run.

7 Dog Ranch 21, Mahoney's/Wicked Spud 7

The 7 Dog Ranch team remains unbeaten as it put a big win on Mahoney's/Wicked Spud. Wendy Hosman had three hits on the day for 7 Dog while scoring four runs on the day. Sean Harrington had two home runs on his way to a four-hit day while also scoring four runs. Mahoney's lone bright spot on the day was from Tracey Peterson who had a home run.

UPCOMING GAMES (at Lions Park, Hailey)

TUESDAY, JULY 24

5:45 p.m. Andrus Elec./Cowboy vs. Columbia Paint/Bradley

7:00 p.m. 7 Dog Ranch vs. Power Engineers

THURSDAY, JULY 26

5:45 p.m. Cups & Bras vs. Power Engineers

7:00 p.m. Andrus/Cowboy Cocina vs. Hailey Hotel/Smith

MONDAY, JULY 30

5:45 p.m. Mahoney's/Wicked Spud vs. Hailey Hotel/Smith Optics

7:00 p.m. Andrus Elec./Cowboy Cocina vs. Power Engineers

TUESDAY, JULY 31

5:45 p.m. Columbia Paint/Bradley vs. Hailey Hotel/Smith

7:00 p.m. Cups & Bras vs. 7 Dog Ranch

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 (final regular-season games)

5:45 p.m. 7 Dog Ranch vs. Andrus Elec./Cowboy Cocina

7:00 p.m. Mahoney's/Wicked Spud vs. Power Engineers

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8

6:30 p.m. All-Star game

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 11-12—City tournament, double elimination.




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