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CITY REC SOFTBALL

Wednesday Men

The Outage 8, J.J.'s Bar & Grill 4

Matt Bowman singled twice and homered, and John Calkins laced three hits for The Outage (9-2). Caleb Gould singled and homered, Jim Fultz singled twice, and Chewy Greathouse doubled in support of winning pitcher Ty Zellers.

Neil Hanley had two hits for J.J.'s (6-6).

BASH 18, D'Aric's 13

BASH (7-3) overcame a two-run deficit with seven runs in the top of the sixth inning, and winning pitcher Juan Valdez blanked D'Aric's over the final two frames.

Ty Bernal, Doug Gassman and Jason Grubar each singled and homered for BASH. Joel Mertes singled and doubled, Grant Johnson singled twice, and Joe Goskursky and Dale Hansen each hit home runs.

Ryan Fuchs (home run), Josh Stillwell, Doug Guerrero and B.J. Parrott had two hits apiece for D'Aric's. Ty DeBernardi smacked a round-tripper.

D'Aric's 4, MCS Advertising 3

D'Aric's pushed across two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to take the lead, and winning pitcher Josh Stillwell made that stand up as D'Aric's salvaged a bit of the season with their first win in 12 outings. Beau Hellman (home run), B.J. Parrott and Jay Timm had two hits apiece.

Jan Travier singled and doubled, and A.J. Gaeta doubled for MCS (5-7).

The Outage 10, BASH 9

The Outage erased a two-run deficit with three runs in the top of the seventh inning and held on to improve to 10-2 for the season.

Caleb Gould and Mickey Armstrong each hit two home runs and doubled for The Outage. Winning pitcher Tyler Zellers doubled twice, Matt Bowman singled and homered, and Mike Russell doubled.

Dale Hansen singled twice and doubled for BASH (8-4). Ty Bernal (double, home run), Sean Foster (double) and Juan Valdez each had two hits, Jason Grubar hit a home run, and Dave Schmidt doubled.

Monday Women

Berta's Tap 11, Rays of the Sun 1

Silver Young, Alicia Foster, Joe Young and Amanda Hainlen each had two hits for Berta's (3-8). Stacey Ziano was the winning pitcher.

Karla Goetsch tripled for Rays of the Sun (2-10).

DePue Mechanical 16, Subway 0

Pam Morse and winning pitcher Kathy Long had two hits apiece for DePue (6-6). Megan Johnson and Tierney Hallett each tripled, and Madison Vaness doubled.

Subway ends the regular season at 2-10.

Herman's Liquor 14, Lone Buffalo 4

Patsy Swanson, Steph Norris, Lisa Lukkari, Kim Lukkari, Sara Nanouski and Breck DeBernardi had two hits apiece for Herman's (7-5). Mary Beth LeSeure was the winning pitcher.

Caitlin Chrzanowski and Ashley Downey each singled twice for Lone Buffalo (1-12).

The Outage 11, J.J.'s Bar & Grill 2

Hannah Snell (triple), Shannon Hillyer (double) and winning pitcher Mary Morris had two hits apiece for The Outage (6-6). Emma Whalen and Chrissy Allison each doubled.

Lucy Hioniotes (double), Jaci Miller and Sharon Weber each finished with two hits for J.J.'s (9-3).

Muffy's 11, Big Boyz Trucking 5

Beth Roper slugged four hits, with Bella Brown and Ann Hoffmann each adding three singles for Muffy's (12-0). Sydnee Stalker (double), Kristin Kubiniski, Bailey Simpson, Becky Snook and winning pitcher Shannon Smith had two hits apiece.

Sarah Kahon singled twice and doubled, and Sarah Schaefer singled three times for Big Boyz Trucking. Leslie McEmery (double), Melina Taliani, Kari Benson, Hannah Burke and Lacey Hansen had two hits apiece, with Jen Wren adding a double.

Bears Den 11, Big Boyz Trucking 5

Kendra Brenbarger (two doubles), Kailey Schomas, Laura Hall and winning pitcher Mel Guerrero had three hits apiece for Bears Den (11-1). Stacey Kinzer, Molly Bardson and Bridget Cantlin had two hits apiece, and Jen Farrell doubled.

Melina Taliani finished with three hits and Sarah Kahon had two as Big Boyz Trucking closed the season against a pair of teams with a combined 23-1 record, leaving their own mark at 7-5.

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