The playoffs began in See-Way Slo Pitch softball in a big way with a number of games seeing exceptionally high final scores.
Myers Guns and Hoses defeated Ogdensburg Bowl by a score of 21-10. Ken Stull had a phenomenal day at the plate hitting two triple, a double, and two singles. Eric Brunett also hit a triple and added three singles. Jamie Ladouceur hit a home-run and 2 singles for the Guns. The Bowl was led by Erin Smith who tripled and doubled and Joe Lalonde and Walt Relling who each singled three times.
Sully’s Blue Heron outscored Howie’s by a score of 19-8. Mike Bateman hit a triple and four singles, Chris Frary knocked a home-run and two singles, Andy Raven hit a triple and 2 singles, and Dave Edwards hit a double and two singles for Blue Heron who scored 12 runs in the first two innings. Howie’s was led by Jeff Hutchins who hit two doubles and two singles and by Chris Showers and John Stevenson who each hit three singles.
The Place was victorious over Doug’s by a score of 13-6. The Place scored all of their 13 runs in the first three innings were sparked offensively by Bob Polniak who hit a triple and a single, Scott Wilson hit a double and a single as did Aaron Charlton.
The Place II was not as fortunate as their sister team and found themselves on the wrong side of a 13-6 score in their game against Nig’s Tavern. Nig’s was led by Chris Austin who hit a triple and single, and Ryan Downie who slugged a home-run.
In ladies softball action Duff’s were victorious against Myer’s Pub and Howie’s in games played Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Duffs beat Myer’s Pub by a score of 8-2. Offensively Duff’s was led by Brittany Kenyon and Austie Claxton who both singled and tripled. Helping her own cause was starting pitcher Sue Badlam who hit a double and a single. Myer’s Pub was led by Chantelle Petrovic and Chris Stevenson who both singled twice.
Duffs destroyed Howie’s 15-1 Wednesday night. Lori LaRue crushed a home-run and singled twice for Duff’s while Kendra Moran, Austie Claxton, and Kristin Worden all singled three times. For Howie’s Amy Brassard singled twice and Jill Havens singled and doubled.