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August 8, 2009

 

Shutout victory for Paddy’s/ET

With pitcher Melea Bartley tossing a four-hit shutout, the first place Paddy’s Pub/Elm Tree Golf Course softball squad rolled past C Division foe Hairy Tony’s 12-0 in a five-inning Sunday make-up contest.
Also in the C Division, Jack’s Taxidermy topped Ivan’s C by an 18-7 margin.
D Division leader Bob’s Riverside was also victorious, beating Homer Logging 15-12 to secure first place. In the E Division, regular season champion Varsity Liquors rolled past CCRP 17-7, while Easy Street/Reality check went extra-innings to beat Ho-Beau’s/Cayuga Xpress 11-10.
Paddy’s/Elm Tree 12, Hairy Tony’s 0: While Bartley and the defense held Hairy Tony’s hitters in check, Kristina Abbott and Alicia Chace were both 4-for-4 for the victors, while Danette Endress was 3-for-4. Chace homered and tripled to lead the 19-hit attack.
Jack’s 18, Ivan’s 7: Jack’s trailed 5-0 before a 10-run rally in the bottom of the third turned things around, the winners finishing with 25 hits led by Michele Workman (4x4), Amanda Brown (3x4) and Lisa Wilcox (3x4) — Workman and Wilcox with home run blows. Carissa Smith, Katie Craig, Danielle Salisbury and Corrine Russell had two-hit outings for Ivan’s.
Bob’s Riverside 15, Homer Logging 12: Five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning provided some breathing room for Bob’s Riverside. Sue Apley was 3-for-3 in the victory, while Jenn DellaMonica and Val Plumley swung 3-for-4 bats — DellaMonica scoring three times while Plumley drive in four runs. Mary Kate Boland and Nicole Meeker had two-hit games for the winners. Sherri DeWitt was 6-for-6 with a couple of RBIs and Jenni DeWitt 4-for-6 while driving in four runs for Homer Logging, while Nakia Hubbard, Stacie Young and Deb Preston each added three hits.
Varsity Liquor 17, CCRP 7: Varsity Liquor pounded out 28 hits, with Lindsay McCandless and Melissa Hobart both going 4-for-5 while Alyson Barber homered twice including a two-run homer. A solo Barber shot ignited a seven-run second inning that put Varsity Liquor ahead for keeps. Tiffany Hubbard homered and Tish Hollenbeck had two doubles for CCRP.
Easy Street 11, Ho-Beau’s 10: Easy Street rallied from a 6-0 deficit to win Nicole Burhans driving home Rochelle Fiero in the bottom of the eighth inning. Michael Rotunda homered and tripled for the winners, while Kristen Dye and Heather Neadom belted back-to-back doubles in the fourth inning prior to the Rotunda home run.