The Coors Light Chuggers scored
early and often to open up an 11-3 lead and coasted to a 15-9 win over the
Maples Sluggers in adult co-ed softball action last week.
Rob Harris went 4 for 4 with a home
run and seven RBI to pace the Chuggers, who raised their record to 4-3 for the
Chris Orlandini also homered and
Neil Clements had four hits for Coors Light. Pen “Forrest” Reed continued his
hot hitting for the Chuggers, going 2 for 2 with a walk.
Chuggers coach Alan Markoff was
most impressed with his team’s defensive efforts.
“After making 11 errors in last
week’s game, to only make a couple of errors in this game was quite an
improvement,” he said. “If we can just see the ball, hit the ball and catch the
ball, we’re going to win a lot of games.”
Home Gas got back on the winning
track after their first loss, beating Jose’s Escape 25-20 in a defensive
Escapee’s coach Al Lovinggood said
he was proud of his team for playing the five-time defending champs tough even
though he only had nine players.
had a good time,” he said. “The Gassers were actually descent and having fun.”
said the bright spot of the game for Jose’s was a rare 1-3-1 double play.
ball was hit to me with one out and a runner on third,” he said. “It was awesome.
I was awesome.”
In other action last week, the KPMG
Bounty Hunters nipped Deloitte 12-11; the Global Baers got their first win with
a hard-fought 13-12 victory over the Dog House Glovernauts; Island Taste got by
A.L. Thompon’s Hammers 13-8; KPMG A stunned KM Ltd. 19-7 and A.L. Thompson’s
Drills and the Ritz Carlton Lions both won two games during the week.