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For the week of September 11 - 17, 2002


One more win 
for Team Sawtooth

Menís softball in Boise

Wrapping up a successful slow-pitch softball season, Team Sawtooth won the 10-team menís middle division of the Fall Ball tournament Sunday at Willow Lane fields, Boise.

Team Sawtooth went 6-1 and won all five of its games Sunday, finishing its loser bracket run with 10-7 and 11-8 triumphs over Heinz of Ontario (Ore.) in the championship games.

Player/coach Bob Sarchett said tough competition and excellent defense kept the scoring to a minimumóbut Team Sawtooth scored enough to capture its second straight out-of-town tournament title.

Tournament MVP Patrick McGee, bar manager at the Roosevelt Tavern in Ketchum, played very well defensively in right center field and also batted .571 including two homers and 12 RBI for Team Sawtooth.

Hitting star in the 11-8 title game triumph was left fielder Robin Sarchett (.483, 3 HR, 14 RBI), who slapped three hits in three trips.

Right fielder Jeff Sarchett made several dazzling defensive stops and hit .519. First baseman Bob Sarchett batted .538 and third baseman Rod Watson .500. Team Sawtooth also included five players from Boise.

Team Sawtooth placed first, first, second and third in its four tourneys.

In October, Bob Sarchett, Dave Swenke and Ric Slone plan to compete in the World Senior Games softball competition at St. George, Utah.


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