The Titans surprised Heinzen Manufacturing 14-6 Thursday to
leave both teams at 5-1 atop the Men’s E League softball standings
at Christmas Hill Park. The Titans and Heinzen Manufacturing played
Monday determine the first-half titlist.
Gilroy – The Titans surprised Heinzen Manufacturing 14-6 Thursday to leave both teams at 5-1 atop the Men’s E League softball standings at Christmas Hill Park. The Titans and Heinzen Manufacturing played Monday determine the first-half titlist.
Craig Deal and Johnny Ramirez each drilled three hits and scored three runs for the Titans. Arnold Tellez capped a six-run rally in the fifth inning with a two-run double as the Titans erased a 5-4 deficit. Javier Ramos singled and doubled for Team Heinzen.
Team EvMar completed the half at 3-3 with a 15-8 decision over St. Mary Men’s Club.
Geoff Graves went 4-for-4 with three RBI to ignite the EvMar offense. John Doyle homered and Frank McGill lashed three singles for St. Mary Men’s Club.
Claddagh Brew Crew moved to 3-3 by defeating Solid Ground 21-10. Rick Hoiberg went 5-for-5, Parker Hathaway went 4-for-5 with a homer and Willie Weihman delivered a homer, two singles and a sacrifice fly for Claddagh. K. C. Adams went 4-for-4 and Sonny Old Elk hit a triple and two singles for Solid Ground.
New Hope Community Church defeated Gamers In Control 21-6 to earn a share of the first-half Men’s EE title. Help U Sell Real Estate matched New Hope at 5-1 with a 31-6 nod over VFW Bingo. New Hope played Help U Sell on Monday for the first-half pennant.
Clark Poulsen homered, Dave Agaliotis went 4-for-4 and Chris Soto went 3-for-3 for New Hope. Rudy Tovar homered and Ernesto Salinas went 2-for-3 for the Gamers.
Manuel Rivera went 4-for-6 and scored six runs to highlight the Help U Sell win. Gabe Sandoval hit a homer, triple and single for VFW Vets.
ACP completed the half at 4-2 with a 17-7 triumph over the Long Shots at Las Animas Park.
Mike Vance went 5-for-5 and Emiliano Mendez homered in a four-hit night for ACP. Ray Cordova added a homer, triple and single. John Cordova went 3-for-3 and Jose Maciel scored three runs for the Long Shots.
Obata Farms shocked Team Talamo 18-15 Friday at Las Animas to leave Talamo and Craig Avila Bail Bonds tied for the first-half title with 4-2 marks. Talamo and Craig Avila Bail play tonight at Las Animas at 6:30 for the first-half pennant.
Robert Silvia’s second home run of the game opened a five-run seventh inning for Obata Farms to wipe out a 14-13 deficit. Richie Rodriquez added a triple and two singles for the winners, while Art DelValle went 4-for-5 for the losers.
Benji Dequin’s grand slam in the first inning carried D. A. Wolfe Construction past Good Fellas 6-5 in a battle of Men’s BB League unbeatens Friday at Christmas Hill Park. Wolfe will take a 6-0 mark into the B League for the second half.
Bobby Reggiani went 3-for-3 for Wolfe, Charlie Muro and Fernando Perez each 2-for-3 for the Fellas.
Josh Garcia went 4-for-5 and Rodney Clore went 3-for-3 to spur 3-3 State Farm Insurance past In The Zone 12-6.
A two-game playoff for the first-half Men’s D League title will take place tonight at Gavilan Sports Park after all three teams earned Friday victories.
Community Bank will face the Slammers at 6:30 p.m., with the winner to play Ellite Barbers and Hair Stylists at 7:40. Randy Evanger homered and Randy Newton scored five runs as Community Bank topped Happy Dog Pizza 28-17. Jeff Dougherty lashed a home run and two singles for Happy Dog Pizza.
The Slammers erased a 6-4 deficit with 10 runs in the fifth inning on the way to a 15-8 nod over Team HJ-FX. Val Casillas singled and homered in the Slammer fifth. Paul Garcia went 4-for-4 for the winners, Mike Kachel 3-for-3 for HJ-FX.
Manuel Gonzales hit two home runs and Greg Lucio scored four runs to spark Ellite Barbers over the Bomb Squad 19-13. Lam Nguyen drove in three Bomb Squad markers with a homer and single.
Marco Delgado and Dave Robinson each went 3-for-3 as Fritter-Schulz Physical Therapy-Pizza N Stuff stopped Dan Keith Septics 17-1. Tom Luther went 2-for-2 for Dan Keith Septics.
Chicks N’ Sticks topped California Chop Shop Sunday to leave both clubs at 4-2 atop the Co-Rec B League at Las Animas. Chicks N’ Sticks will play Chop Shop tonight at Las Animas at 7:40 for the first-half crown.
Dave Perez clubbed four hits and Benny Sanchez added three doubles to the Sticks attack. Willie Gamboa scored three Chop Shop runs.
Feather Haven Mill finished the half at 3-3 with an 11-10 squeaker over the Ball Hoggs. Brian Sullivan hit a grand slam for the Mill, Phil Tercero and Rich Adams four hits apiece for the Hoggs.
Team Hair FX finished the Co-Rec C first half at 6-0 with a 14-2 victory over Spirit of Morgan Hill. Jerry Johnston homered for the winners, Cindy Barnes and Rod Rutledge managing two hits each for the Spirit.
Mark Logan ripped three triples and a double as State Farm Big Kahunas outlasted the Ballers 17-6. Jarrica Dexter posted two doubles for the Ballers.
Luis Fumagalli hit a grand slam and Vanessa Gomez went 3-for-4 to lead Frame Your Family In Eyewear past South County Hammers 15-8. Michael Comer went 3-for-3 for the Hammers.