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Wyatt Heat, Enforcements Get Easy Wins

June 13, 2008 — The Department of Corrections Enforcements and Wyatt Heat cruised to easy 10-run mercy ruled shut-out wins Thursday night in the Governmental Coed Softball League at the Renholt Jackson Sports Complex. Both teams got outstanding pitching efforts from their starters which enabled them to close out the games in five innings.
Wyatt Heat Burns Rebels 12-0
In Thursday's first game of the night, Wyatt Heat blanked the Housing, Parks and Recreation Rebels 12-0. The Heat had 12 runs on 12 hits with no errors, while the Rebels finished with four hits and four errors. Jose Rivera picked up the win on the hill for the Heat, while David Clark got the loss for the Rebels. Top hitters for the Heat were Edwin Derweer, 2 for 4 with a home run and four RBIs; Rivera, 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs; and Cruz Soto, 2 for 2. For the Rebels, Wayne Scott went 2 for 2 and Colin King went 1 for 1.
Enforcements Handcuffs Injectables 15-0
The Enforcements crushed the Juan Luis Hospital Injectables15-0 in game two Thursday night. Julio Carmona scattered three hits over five innings to record the victory in the 10-run mercy-ruled contest. Saulo Saldana got the loss for the Injectables.
The Enforcements got nine runs in the first two innings, then cruised to the easy victory.
It was the Enforcements with 15 runs on 16 hits and no errors, while the Injectables had three hits and seven errors. Top hitters for the Enforcements were Jose Berrios, 2 for 4 with a home run and three RBIs; Alberto Acosta, 3 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs; and Carmona, 2 for 4 with two RBIs. For the Injectables, Kenny Milligan went 2 for 2.
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