July 13, 2013


Ink'd knocks off A Division leader

Ink’d handed Bell Construction/Adhan Piping its first loss of the Cortland Men’s Slowpitch League A Division softball season Friday evening by a score of 13-3.
Coach’s Corner took down Central City 18-7 in another A Division contest, while in the B Division Red Dragon beat Easy Street 9-2.
No other results from Friday night play were reported.
Ink’d 13, Bell Construction/Adhan Piping 3: Erik McGowan (double) and Doug Bryden both went 3-for-3 while Josh Sutton (triple) and Ryan Briggs both had 3-for-4 nights to key the winners’ 18-hit attack. Tyler Vandemark and Randy Phillips both went 2-for-4 for Ink’d, Corey Romans with the mound win.
Sean Babcock swung a 3-for-4 bat for Bell/Adhan, Shawn Lansing and Eric Vincent both going 2-for-3 and Brian Keefer 2-for-4.
Coach’s Corner 18, Central City 7: Tony Sudnikovich went 4-for-4 with a double and two RBIs and Jason Hogan was 4-for-5 with a home run and two RBIs as Coach’s Corner avenged a Thursday night loss to Central City. Winning pitcher Jeff Manning went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI for the winners, while Cody Beckwith went 3-for-3 and T.J. Griffin 2-for-3 for Central City, which also got a homer from Pat Casselberry.
Red Dragon 9, Easy Street 2: Justin Hogan went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two runs scored and Dick Arnold was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs for Red Dragon, complemented by the 2-for-4 bats of Steve Wright (double, homer. RBI, two runs) and Derek Allen (double) as well as Jim Beattie’s two RBIs. Darren Wright (Steve’s father) was the winning pitcher.
Steve Phillips and Scott Evener both went 2-for-3 for Easy Street, Derek Fiene with a triple while Joe Marks and Tim Mack each had an RBI.
Unofficial Standings:
A Division: Bell Construction/Adhan Piping 13-1, Ink’d 9-4, Central City 7-5, Coach’s Corner 8-6, Red Jug Pub 5-8, Tavern A/Nick’s Barber Shop 6-10, Woody’s 2-10
B Division: Red Dragon 10-3, King Sub 8-3, Study Hall 10-6, Brix 4-4, The Tavern B 5-7, Easy Street 3-9, Gator’s Tavern 1-6.


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