Friday, July 19, 2013

2013 Hailey Coed Softball League


TEAM, SEASON RECORD    REC.    RUNS     VS.

7 Dog Ranch              8-2        155       81
Power Engineers         7-2       117     105
Cups & Bras               6-3       160      95
Mahoney’s Bar & Grill    3-7      70      134
Silver Shockers            3-7     124      152
Alternative Color Painting  2-8    84    143


RECENT RESULTS
7 Dog Ranch 20, Silver Shockers 5 (5 innings)
     7 Dog started off its run-rule triumph with a 6-run first and 9-run second as Sean Harrington (2 hits, 2 runs) and Tom Moreland (4 hits, 3 runs) belted HRs. 7 Dog: Greg Edwards 2 hits (HR) and 4 runs, Anna Edwards 2 hits and 3 runs, Hannah Gove 2 hits and 2 runs. Shockers: Pat Ballou 2 hits (double), Richard Boullon triple, Jim Bradley 2 hits (HR).
Alternative Color Painting 8, Mahoney’s Bar & Grill 4
     Alternative earned its second win by stitching together a 6-run fourth that overcame a 3-1 deficit. Alex Stedman (2 hits) and Donavon Romrell led off the 5-hit frame with singles and Aaron Molyneux doubled. Leading Mahoney’s was Sean Guisasola (3 doubles, 2 runs).
Cups & Bras vs. Power Engineers (suspended game)
     Tuesday night’s torrential downpour ended the game in the top of the fourth inning with Cups & Bras leading 15-7 based mainly on a 9-run, 8-hit first highlighted by HRs by Kenny Nelson and Justin Herald. Gio Tognini belted 2 HRs for Power. The game will resume Aug. 6 at 7 p.m.
Silver Shockers 9, Mahoney’s Bar & Grill 2
     The Shockers tallied runs in six of seven at-bats led by Jim Bradley (2 hits, triple, 2 runs) and Jamie Stone (3 hits, double). Others were Pat Ballou (3 hits) and Matt Adamson (3 hits). Mahoney’s: Mike Beall 2 hits, Nicola Miller 2 hits and 1 run.
UPCOMING GAMES
(at Lions Park, Hailey)
MONDAY, JULY 22
5:45 p.m.    7 Dog Ranch vs. Alternative Color Painting
7:00 p.m.     Mahoney’s Bar & Grill vs. Power Engineers
TUESDAY, JULY 23
5:45 p.m.     Silver Shockers vs. Cups & Bras
7:00 p.m.    7 Dog Ranch vs. Power Engineers




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