Wahoo, Flyers, Smokey, Lions, Bums, Angels Win

April 17, 2022 | 0 Comments

Jeremy Estey had a night that will soon not be forgotten in softball annals in leading Blue Wahoo to a 24-10 victory over Fully Loaded Allstars in an A-Division contest. Estey went 6-6, smacked four homers, scored 6 runs, and picked up 14 RBI in a hard-to-beat plate performance.

His teammates Matt Katsch [4-4] and Sean McNaulty [4-6] also had healthy contributions to the win. Trevor Corday was 4-4 for the Allstars. Fully Loaded would bounce back later in the week to feast on Paraquet in a 13 to 8 triumph.

In that match, Terrence Corday, Jason Simons, and Rajan Simmons were all 3-4. Allstars’ leadoff batter Jevon Roberts had a pair of three-run homers. Paraquet’s Joe Torres was 3-4 with two home runs.

Paraquet Flyers did win their first game of the week when they slipped past The Kings 12 to 11. In that contest, Josh Bang, Aaron Maderios, and Manuel Flores were all 3-4.

Team Smokey doubled up Raggamuffins 22-11 in the B Division, with Justin Brokes going a perfect 4-4 with two homers and 4 RBI. Teammate Lateef Trott [3-4] added two homers of his own. Steve Wallace [4-5] was the big bat for Raggamuffins.

Hakuna Mata Lions maintained their perfect record with a mercy win over the Corporation of Hamilton 21 to 5. Hakuna Mata and the Beach Bums are both 3-0, setting up for an epic clash on Wednesday when the two teams face off at 6 pm at the Michael Preece Softball Diamond.

The Beach Bums kept their record unblemished with a 20-17 victory against FIU – Scared Hitless. Riley McLaughlin was the Bums’ most effective hitter as he went 5-5 with 6 RBI, while leadoff man Ryan Stearns was 3-6. FIU’s Kenrick Richardson [4-4] homered, scored 3 runs, and knocked in three.

Western Stars Angels continue their unbeaten run in women’s play with a 24-21 triumph over PHC Zebras, while Rainbows and HardKnockz played one of the lowest-scoring games in recent memory, Rainbows prevailing 4-2. Tiffany Milne plated Rainbows’ first run on an RBI walk in the first inning. Rainbows salted this one away with a three-run second. Tache King hit a seventh-inning homer for HardKnockz.

The Angels batted around in the first inning and scored 10 runs to blast out to an early lead, but PHC had a lot of fightback, picking up 20 runs in the last four innings to fall short. Cassandra Trott [4-5] and Tonya Raynor [2-2] helped propel the Angels to the win. Western Stars are now 3-0. The top of the lineup did most of the damage for PHC, with both Zindzi Edmead and Chane Burgess going 5-5.

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