Latest Bermuda Softball League Results

June 7, 2023 | 0 Comments

Rain played havoc with the softball schedule over the past two weeks. Softball Bermuda was only able to play one night of games in that timeframe. In Women’s Division action, Rainbows had to dig deep to secure a victory over Western Stars Angels, winning by the slimmest of margins 12 – 11 and move into third place in the standings. Rainbows scored five runs in the top of the fourth inning, including multiple rbi singles by Rebecca Schoeler, Abigail Kempe, Adrienne Smatt and Tiffany Paynter, to lead 9 – 6. They increased their lead in the fifth inning scoring their final runs to lead 12 – 6. Angels’ offense manufactured four runs in the bottom of the inning, including a 2rbi single by Shevonne Lee to pull within two runs. However, Angels could only manage an unearned run in the seventh inning before being sat down in order. Schoeler [3rbi], Ashley Borges, Kempe and Smatt [2rbi each] did most of the damage for Rainbows. Lee [3rbi], Keisha Eve and Shawnette Smith [2rbi each] led the line for Western Stars Angels.

Hardknockz made light work of PHC Zebras in a blowout 13 – 3 game and leap-frogged PHC into second spot in the standings. They scored five runs in the second inning, including a 2rbi triple by Tache King; two runs in the third inning; four runs in the fifth inning, highlighted by Ashley Lopes’ 2rbi double; and rounded out their scoring with two more runs in the sixth inning. PHC Zebras could only manage to score three runs of which one run was unearned and Aisha Trott and Ciera Fox contributed rbi singles in a losing effort. King [3rbi] and Lopes [2rbi] were the standouts for the victors. PHC’s Tahirah Hill [2 for 4] was the only offensive player batting .500 or over. They’ll have to get their offense on track if they wish to move out of the cellar position in the standings.

In D Division action, Oddballs solidified their position at the top of the table with a crushing 21 – 3 win over St George’s Cricket Club. St George’s started well, scoring three runs in the second inning with rbi’s by Ja’Cal Washington, Alissa Hayward and Phillip Anderson. However, their run production came to a screeching halt and Oddballs took full advantage scoring four runs in the third inning; one run in the fourth; two runs in the fifth off a home run by Ryan Davies; and fourteen runs in the sixth highlighted by a two-run shot by Tyler Bordeleau and a pair of 2rbi doubles by Luca Papania. Ryan [6rbi], Papania [4rbi], Jeff Chisnall [3rbi] lead the assault ably assisted by Matt Witkowski, Curran Trenouth and Bordeleau with 2rbi a piece. St George’s were limited to seven total team hits.

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