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Victor Post
  • Week 9 highlights from the Farmington women’s softball league

  • The following Farmington women’s softball league games were played during week nine of the season.

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  • The following Farmington women’s softball league games were played during week nine of the season.
    Corby’s 19,
    Halfway 7
    Holly Perry had a solo home run. There were many great hits by Corby’s, and great defense allowed them to walk away with the win.
    Mickey Finns 8,
    Bombace 6
    Mickey Finns had a rough game last night, allowing five walks, but they were able to compensate with offense. Tammra Schiller went 3 for 3 contributing two doubles and two RBI, Jess Gerber went 3 for 3 with one double and Nicole Maniaci went 2 for 3 with a double. Long hits to the outfield were contributed by Elare Carl, Suzy Bellis, Tari Orsburn and Melissa Bauer.
    Corby’s Collision 19,
    Vonnie’s Halfway Haus/Phelps Cement 7
    After some good laughs, great hits, great plays and a lot of sweat, Vonnie’s Halfway Haus still came up with another loss. Becky Holtby and Lynn Seaward both hit doubles, and Alex Sheppard, Marki Micheals and Bree Bengston all went 3 for 3.
    Brother’s 10,
    Qual Tech/Morgan’s Lawn 1
    It was a great offensive and defensive game for Brother’s. Shannon Hansen pitched a great game. Heather Rockefeller went 4 for 4 with a two-run home run, and Nikki Pappert went 4 for 4 with two three-run home runs. It was a great game by both teams and a great night for softball.
    For Qual Tech, Andrea Dvorznack went 3 for 3 and pitched a good game with four strikeouts. Andrea Hill went 2 for 3 with an RBI. Darlene Teller and Jessica Scrooby each went 2 for 3. Amanda Smith scored the only run tonight and made some nice plays in the outfield. Kelly Borelli had three nice catches in left field, and Amber Campbell played well at second base, making two outs and assisting in three others.
    Wade’s/Thirsty Turtle 20,
    Eric’s Office/Green Front 0
    It was probably the shortest game in women’s softball history. Eric’s could field only eight players against Wade’s, and it just wasn’t enough to compete with their strong bats.
    Finger Lakes Casino Pink Ponies 5,
    Eddie O’Brien’s 1
    Pink Ponies had another strong defensive outing to secure the win against Eddie O’Brien’s. The Ponies notched two double plays, including one that saved a run from being scored. In addition to playing heads-up defense, Robin Sadler pitched a fantastic game, tallying five strikeouts on the night. Offensively, Shelly Green drove in two runs, while Sue Stahl and Lesley Paine each contributed an RBI as well.
     
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