July 9, 2011
Ink’d climbs back into first
Ink’d regained first place in the tight Cortland Men’s Slowpitch League B Division race Friday night, beating Outdoor Solutions 17-10.
Ink’d is now on top of the division softball standings at 12-3, a half-game ahead of Red Jug Pub at 11-3 — Red Jug falling to Brix 9-2 in another B Division outing.
The top two teams in the C Division are also separated by just half a game as Study Hall improved to 13-3 with a 23-7 win over Seventy Seven Club and King Sub is now 12-3 after rolling past Stone Lounge 21-2, scoring 23 runs in the bottom of the fifth to close out the mercy rule contest. The Tavern beat NAPA 13-5 in the night’s other C Division game.
Ink’d 17, Outdoor Solutions 10: Six different Ink’d players went 3-for-4, including Tim Robison (double, triple), Josh Sutton (two doubles), Randy Phillips (triple), winning pitcher Corey Romans (double), Scott Knight (double) and Jeremy Hutchings. Josh Brown, Matt Compton, Tim Rogers and N. Thompson all went 3-for-4 for Outdoor Solutions, while Pete Curatolo was 2-for-4 with two doubles.
Brix 9, Red Jug Pub 2: Winning pitcher Tonee LaBar helped himself at the plate, going 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs, while Leon Burk (double) and Randy Arnold both went 3-for-4. Trever Norman had a 2-for-4 night to lead the Red Jug Pub offense.
Study Hall 23, Seventy Seven Club 7: Chris Beebe went 5-for-5, hitting for the cycle with an extra home run for good measure, for Study Hall while Rich Price went 4-for-5 with two doubles and 10 RBIs and Mike Amo was 4-for-4 with a double. Nick Mish went 3-for-4 for Seventy Seven Club.
King Sub 31, Stone Lounge 2: King Sub’s Brad Sturdevant went 4-for-4, while teammates Chuck Wilbur (double, grand slam homer, six RBIs), Mitch Bush (three doubles, winning pitcher), Joe Magee (double) and Bob Durbin all went 3-for-4 and Tony Bates had a double and a homer. Bill Grant tripled for Stone Lounge, which had six hits in all, while Dan Belue and Jeff Moore each had a double.
The Tavern 13, NAPA 5: The Tavern was led by Jason Newcomb’s 4-for-4 night, with Pete Natale collecting three hits, including a triple and a homer. Brian Dyer went 4-for-4 for NAPA.
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