Rec Softball: June 7

Corey’s Girls earned a doubleheader sweep in the Women’s League Wednesday at Christmas Hill Park to clinch at least a tie for the regular season title.

Alyssa Baker singled and scored on an Andrea Castaneda double in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Corey’s past DF Gals 9-8 in the opener.

Trailing 6-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning, Corey’s Girls tallied 10 runs on the way to a 13-9 decision over South County Rockery.

The twinbill sweep left Corey’s Girls at 9-2 with one game to play. South County Rockery is 7-3 with two games to play.

Antoinette Bowe went 4 for 4 with five RBIs to key the DF Gals offense. Brie Fata added three hits and scored two DF runs. Patricia Martinez went 3 for 3 for Corey’s Girls.

Liz Adams hit a single and a two-run double as Corey’s struck for 10 runs in the fourth against Rockery. Maya Valdez, Lisa Angulo and Alyssa Baker each went 3 for 3 for the winners. Jasmine Perez and Cynthia Garza each stroked three hits for South County Rockery.

Julie Berggren was a perfect 6 for 6 to highlight a 28-5 win by Pops’ Gals over Las Frijolitas.

Shawna Snakenburg homered in a 5-for-6 showing and Bria DeLorenzo produced five singles for Pops’ Gals. Giovanna Martin powered a two-run double and Jamie Hall went 2 for 2 for Las Frijolitas.

The Loco Boys extended their winning streak in Wednesday Men’s E play to nine games with a 17-13 nod over the Blacktop Bombers at Las Animas Park.

Ryan Tapia drove in six runs with a home run, triple and two doubles for the Loco Boys (9-1). Daniel Vasquez added four hits to the Loco cause. Reggie Stanley and Michael Stanley roped consecutive home runs for the Bombers.

George Martinez went 5 for 5 while Jaime Flores went 4 for 4 to help the Inglorious Batters past Johnson Lumber 26-12. Sean Subia and Paul Dominguez each scored three runs for Johnson Lumber.

Gary Diaz tripled and scored on a Joe Ojeda single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Players-HD Auto Glass a 12-11 win over No Soup 4 You.

Ojeda paced the winners with three hits. Ralph Ortez hit a lead-off homer, double and single for No Soup.

Medrano Electric Bucket List (7-3) rallied for 11 runs in the final two innings to edge Trevino Brothers Construction 20-16 in a key Thursday E contest.

Dustin Barnes and Mike Hernandez hit consecutive RBI-doubles in the sixth as Medrano scored seven runs for a 16-16 tie. Barnes added an RBI-single in a four-run Bucket seventh. Matt Hernandez scored four List runs. Matt Corona homered for 6-4 Trevino.

Noah also reached 7-3 in first place with a 25-6 nod over Gilroy VFW Vets. John Escoto went 5 for 5 and Abraham Burciaga Sr. and Adrian Burciaga each homered for Noah. Isaac Sepulveda doubled and singled for the Vets.

Mike Catangay went 4 for 5 with a homer in a 19-11 VFW Bingo win over Anritsu. Tommy Muth and Ben Hartshorn hit Anritsu homers.

Out 2 Play dropped to 8-1 in Co-Rec action Sunday with a 9-8 loss to Hi-Energy Networks. Marco Lopez — who went 4 for 4 — doubled in the bottom of the seventh and scored on an Evelyn Martinez one-out single to snap the 8-8 tie. Ernie Payan went 4 for 4 for Play.

John DeCarlo Jr. hit a lead-off homer as the Big Kahunas (4-3) trimmed Team Rush 4-1. Jose Melendrez Jr. went 4 for 4 with one RBI for Team Rush (5-3).

The Lost Boyz won two games to clinch the Thursday EE regular-season title at 10-1. Tucker Baksa homered and Jacob DeLeon went 3 for 3 in a 7-3 decision over Gilroy Thunder. Ron Aleshire plated two Thunder runs with a double.

The Lost Boyz erased a 6-5 deficit with three runs in the fifth and held on to defeat Claddagh 12-7. Anthony Bravo homered in a 3 for 3 Boyz showing. Matt Jimenez went 4 for 4 for Claddagh.

Jim Reimer went 5 for 5 as the Titans (4-6) squeaked by Sons of Thunder 23-22. Jeff Wesloh went 4 for 4 with seven RBIs for Sons of Thunder.

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