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Friday, September 30, 2022


The lights are repaired at Canegata Ballpark and three games were played Monday night after a week break in the Bob Owens Slowpitch Softball Summer League.
Most High broke a 3-3 tie in the top of the third inning to go on to crush Xtreme Danger Too 22-5. Gregory Francis got Most High's first win of the season. Roman Cruz suffered the loss as Xtreme Danger Too is still looking for its first win.
Most High got a home run apiece from Eddie Ogarro and Brian Hodge. Carlos Aloyo had a homer for Xtreme Danger Too. All three drove in 3 runs a piece.
In the second game, Stealers, down one after 2 innings to 40 Caliber, scored three in the top of the third to go on to win easily 15-6. Jerry Vialet was the winning pitcher. Tony Perez got the loss. Ruben Molloy blasted two home runs and Valentine Bridgewater had one in the win. Luis Cintron and Franklyn Schuster each had dingers for 40 Caliber.
In the final game of the night, Champagnes scored six runs in the top of the seventh to come from behind, defeating Anchor Dive 21-17. Allan Woods got Champagnes' third straight win with no losses. Steve Nisky suffered Anchor Dive's second straight loss.
Jose Berrios blasted two home runs. Julian Tema and Jeff Elvins each had a homer for Champagnes. It was Elvins' first homer of the league. Joe Merchant and Danny Rodriguez each homered in the loss.
Rodriguez homer was at his first at bat. After that he was intentionally walked for his remaining at bat.
This Wednesday starts with a battle of the undefeated. At 6:15 p.m. the Stealers (4-0) host Champagnes (3-0). At 7:30 p.m. it's 40 Caliber (2-2) vs Most High (1-3). At 8:45 p.m. Guidance (1-1) vs Xtreme Danger Too (0-4) at the Canegata softball field.

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