Standings

Joe Godsy Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Spike Hill 13 6 .684 243 194
Roebling Sports Club 11 8 .579 220 177
Turkey's Nest 9 9 .500 178 199
AT All-Stars 4 14 .222 138 203
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Gibson 15 4 .789 238 169
St. Anselm 13 6 .684 214 151
R Bar 7 11 .389 175 244
A Bar Runaways 4 14 .222 120 178
 
Joe Fashion Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Clems 13 6 .684 223 171
The Bedford Yetis 10 8 .556 205 207
Loggers 7 11 .389 158 166
The Gutter 86ers 8 11 .421 201 216
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Kilo Bravo 13 5 .722 233 165
Parkview Scorpions 11 8 .579 215 174
Turkey's Teachers 0 18 .000 132 312
- 1 1 .500 10 17

Schedule

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
11:00 Parkview Scorpions @ Clems 1
Roebling Sports Club @ Spike Hill 2
2:00 North Champion @ South Champion 2

Last Week's Results

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
Parkview Scorpions0 @ Clems 0
Roebling Sports Club0 @ Spike Hill 0
North Champion0 @ South Champion 0

Week 14 – Recap

Wed, Jun 29, 2011

Ancient Softball Legend States: The WSL Monarch Butterfly Shall Only Rise Once A Year To Grace The Future Victors Of The WSL.

Week #14… Let’s just get right at it!

Gibson loses again to 2nd Chance to start it off. I even tried to steal a hit, by taking a swing at a warm-up pitch and nearly tripping-up confused 86er Matt “Juice” Majewski in my hustle to 1B. But, as luck would have it, the Ump was a mildly amused Mike Camarra and not Sam from Pete’s, so Gibson proves they can’t even cheat well. 2nd Chance picks up their third win on the season with clutch hitting by Soda, Juice, and Brock who in the bottom of the 3rd went back to back to back!

April got a sassy new hair-do that distracted everyone at bat including even her own Yeti’s! Soft Spot sinks Battleship Clemerica by one run and wins it 4-3 in what must be the lowest scorer in WSL history! Props to Aaron for tossing a dude out at home to send the game into extra innings and John for knocking in the winning run with 2 outs in the 11th. Pizza party under the big tree!

Matty No Times from 3 Kings gets my “Recap of the Week” spot as they climb into 4th place in the North! Take it away Matty:

“Three Kings got their fourth win in a row yesterday and found their bats lighting up in the most surprising of places. The game started off even, going run for run with the Loggers making it 4-4 in the early innings, but then we went hog wild and had a bunch of home runs smacked-out, giving us a 12-5 lead. The Loggers tapped in a few more in the late innings, but despite their effort just couldn’t get their bats together making the final score 13-8. Our brother and sister duo were in full force yesterday with Joe Viatale hitting 2 home runs and a double. Then his sister Jodi Vitale, who has been a key element for this team, made some phenomenal plays at second base and continued to hit great!  A shout out to Ken Kocses who hit his first home run of the season, bringing in 3 runs, and without third baseman Tommy Kosak playing like he was the Great Wall of China, the Loggers surely would of put some more runners on the bases. Overall another great group effort and you can be sure in 2 weeks, when we return, we will be Hungry Like The Wolf!”

Pete’s & AT played seven strong innings of one run ball until The All Stars broke loose for eight runs, putting them up 8 to 1.  The Candystore fired back with four of their own, but could muster no more, losing 9 to 5. AT knocks Pete’s down to 5th in the South and we will forward the detail’s for Pete’s 2011 league BBQ as soon as we get word (Psst…my birthday is July 10th).

The day boiled on as the 3 O’clock teams swaggered in with only traces of last night’s hangovers, offering up cold beers in trade for what was left of the pizza while they caught up on who blew-it this week so far.

Kicking off Mid-day, Turkey’s bested Good Co, to send the softball-artists formerly known as Enid’s under .500 and knock ’em down to 5th in the North. Turkey captain Jordan Heller also added that his favorite teammate, Mike “Korny” Kornhauser had an Epic Day, hitting for the cycle PLUS a home run! The Nest sits in 3rd place in the North 16 runs behind 2nd.

Field 2: Not much to say about the ‘Doza/Betty match-up except The Betty got hot at the right time and knocked Mendoza down to 3rd place in the South with a 28-4 victory. These two teams normally play very close and fight each other to the death, which kind of looks like this:

‘Doza & Betty split their season games each winning one apiece, you can bet you’ll be seeing a tiebreaker in the play-offs!

At 5PM Bobby Knapp led the RBar Bums onto the field to take on TNT and try to continue their four game winning streak. The Teachers took the early lead but in the top of the third Josh Rodriguez (not to be confused with Jesus Cheeks Stang-Stanley Rodriguez) hit a grand slam to give the Bums the lead for his second homer of the season. Both clubs played some serious D throughout the 6th, and the Teachers strung some hits together in the 7th, to cut the lead to one! But The Bums exploded for 15 runs in the last two innings to earn themselves a 2nd place seat in the South. Slappy is our first HR leader to enter the double digits!

This brings us to the Game of the Week! R2R started right out, jumping to a 4-1 lead over Spike Hill in the 1st. About 15 close plays at the plate later, two of which were put outs by Spike Hill Rookie Lynee who had an amazing day on defense, we reach the 8th where Spike Hill pulled to within one. “That was when our peerless leader, Greg, received a very important phone call.  Upon answering it, he gathered the Reelers around him and said, ‘Team, Greatness is on the phone.  Who would like to accept the charges?'” After consulting our data plans, we all said: “I would!” Reel 2 Reel would not give up another run! Player of the game: Mark Halling who went 4 for 4 and making an incredible, rally-killing snag on a liner back to the mound! Reel 2 Reel inches closer to 1st place in the North and Andrew has provided the game highlights!

Happy 4th of July everyone! See you in two weeks!!

-Carly

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