CITY SLO-PITCH LEAGUE
A-Bat sewed up first place in A Division by winning over Jock Shop, 20-10, Latinos, 16-4, and Blue Ribbon Rentals, 19-9.
Ryan Anderson had four hits with two home runs and a double, Wes Schwanke three hits, Bill Lawson two homers, Alex Pickett and Kyle Munch two hits with a homer each and Elliott DeLeon a triple against the Jock Shop.
This the A-Bat team that clinched first place in the A Division of the City Slo-Pitch Softball League.
Sean Chapman had two hits with a homer, Tim Niedert and Cody Nelson also two hits for Jock Shop.
Versus the Latinos, Elliott DeLeon drilled three doubles, Lawson a homer and a double, Pickett two doubles and Richard Allen two hits with a triple.
Ryan Adams, Wilson Sanchez and Anderson delivered two hits and Doug Trapani a homer in the win.
Doug Trapani drilled five hits with two homers, Lawson four hits with two more homers, Anderson three hits with two homers, Sanchez with three hits with a triple and a double, Dave Saxton two doubles, Adams a triple and Steve Trapani a double among two hits for A-Bat in the victory over Blue Ribbon.
Also, DeLeon and Pickett doubled in the win while Blue Ribbon was led by Nick Fiorella with two hits with a homer and Drew had a grand-slam.
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Professional Finishing posted a 3-2 record to raise its record to 30-4.
Joe Lombardo stroked three hits with two homers, Sam Marra and Chris Yost added three hits in the 11-7 setback to Jock Shop.
Travis Dickerson recorded four hits with a homer and Jason Rupczyk did the same thing with a double as Professional Finishing downed the Latinos, 13-3.
Mike Smith had four hits with a triple, Jake Berg and Sam Marra three hits and Joe Lombardo two homers when PF topped Torres Home Improvement, 20-9.
Jon Youngberg, Tom Lombardo, Travis Dickerson and Jason Youngberg connected for three hits with Jon Youngberg doubling twice and Lombardo tripling as PF routed Lena's Pizza, 18-3.
Then, Professional Finishing lost to Blue Ribbon, 17-11, with Nick Fiorella and Jim Guthrie had three hits with a homer each.
Joe Lombardo and Jason Youngberg led PF with three hits.
The season-ending tournament is Sunday at Bergman Park.