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Friday, July 23, 2004


2004 Hailey Coed Softball League


Wicked Spud/Bradley Const. 11-3 161 83
Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn Tile 11-4 185 139
Anderson Asphalt 10-4 205 128
Budweiser/Oak Street 8-6 149 131
Silver Dollar/ABC Bail Bonds 8-6 140 143
Hailey Hotel 8-8 151 186
Wise Guy Pizza/The Mint 5-10 102 156
Marketron Mudhens 5-10 139 158
Red Elephant 0-15 120 228


Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn 20, Red Elephant 12
Tomasi bounced back from their loss to Wicked Spud by trouncing Red Elephant. In a nine-run first inning, RT scored five with two outs. Robin Tomasi (22 hits): Clay Sanders 4 hits (2 HR), 3 runs. Matt Douthit 3-for-3, 2 runs. Brad Dredge 3 hits (2 doubles), 3 runs. Mike Beall 2 hits (HR/2B), 3 runs. Lisa Stout 3 singles, 2 runs. Red Elephant (15 hits): Josh Jacobson 4 hits (IPHR/3B), 3 runs. Shilo Lillo 3 hits (HR), 2 runs. Rob Cronin 3 singles. Aaron Molyneux 1 hit, 2 runs.

Hailey Hotel 7, Wise Guy Pizza/Mint 2
It must have been the D because both teams were as anemic as a vegetarian vampire at the plate. Wise Guy managed only six hits and the Hotel tapped 12. Hailey Hotel: Terry Hodges 3 singles, 1 run. Tony St. George 2 HR. Kellie England 2 singles, 1 run. Wise Guy: Glory Fruehling 2 hits, 1 run. Will Fruehling 2 hits.

Wicked Spud 16, Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn 10
A close game befitting two teams vying for first place with two ties and three lead changes. Trailing 6-3, Tomasi’s Mike and Clay Sanders both belted homers in a 5-run fifth to put RT on top. The momentum swung the other way in the sixth, as Spud put together an 8-hit, 9-run frame to take the lead for good and knock RT into second place. Wicked Spud (26 hits): Mike Kluge cycle, 2 runs. Jeff Burrell 3 doubles, 1 run. Jimmy Bradley 3 hits (triple/double), 1 run. Brigette Gross 3 hits (double), 3 runs. Kim Bates 1 hit, 2 runs. Robin Tomasi (17 hits): Matt Douthit 3 hits (HR/2B), 2 runs. Brad Dredge 3 hits (double), 2 runs. Lisa Stout 2 hits (double), 2 runs. Sammie 2 hits, 1 run.

Anderson Asphalt 21, Red Elephant 5
Like Lance Armstrong cranking up L’Alpe d’Huez, Anderson put the hammer down on the Red E. Anderson expanded on an 8-4 lead in the third, scoring 13 runs in the next three innings to keep pace with the big dogs atop the league standings. 15 of Anderson’s 21 hits came in the last three frames and the first three batters in the lineup; Cam Hair, Sue Mulcahy and Hoss Schmidt went 8-for-8. Now if we could only get Hoss to shave his legs….…We’d give him a yellow jersey. Anderson Asphalt (21 hits): Hair 5 hits (IPHR/2 doubles), 5 runs. Mulcahy 3 hits (double), 4 runs. Schmidt 4 hits (2 doubles), 4 runs. Jamie Tachell 4 hits (HR/2B), 3 runs. Wendy Hosman 2 hits, 1 run. Red Elephant (12 hits): Regan McCarthy 3 hits (2 doubles), 1 run. Nicola Brashears 2 hits (double), 1 run. Mark Parker 2 singles.

UPCOMING GAMES (at Lions Park, Hailey)

THURSDAY, JULY 22 (not included in standings)
5:45 p.m. Wicked Spud/Bradley vs. Anderson Asphalt
7:00 p.m. Silver Dollar/ABC vs. Budweiser/Oak St.

5:45 p.m. Marketron Mudhens vs. Silver Dollar/ABC
7:00 p.m. Red Elephant vs. Budweiser/Oak St.

5:45 p.m. Wicked Spud/Bradley vs. Wise Guy Pizza
7:00 p.m. Anderson Asphalt vs. Robin Tomasi/MB/Big Horn

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 Make-up games scheduled

THURSDAY, JULY 29 Make-up games scheduled



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