June 8, 2008

Big Earl’s takes Adirondack lead

WEST PLATTSBURGH — The race for first place during the first half of the Adirondack Slo-Pitch Softball League regular season at Legion Post 1619 is shaping up to an extremely close one.

Defending A Division champion Coors Light was the lone unbeaten team remaining prior to a 9-8 setback to longtime rival Norm Baker & Sons/Post 1619 this past week.

Five teams now have one loss, with Big Earl’s Restaurant leading the way with an 8-1 mark.

Next in line are the Bandag Brewers (7-1), Northern Corridor (6-1), World Warehouse (6-1) and Coors Light (6-1).

Baker’s/Post 1619 (4-2) is the lone team in the league with two losses.

League standings

Team W-L

Big Earl’s Restaurant 8-1

Bandag Brewers 7-1

Northern Corridor 6-1

World Warehouse 6-1

Coors Light 6-1

Budweiser 6-3

Baker & Sons/Post 1619 4-2

UniFirst 4-3

Loreman’s/Pizza Palace 5-4

Dragoon’s Farm Equip 4-4

Ron Hoy Construction 4-4

Leroux’s Transport 4-4

Bluff Point 4-4

Subway/Camoplast 4-5

J & M Snacks 4-5

Ron’s Corner Restaurant 3-5

Ahern Sheet Metal 2-4

Krazy Horse Muddawgs 2-5

Dunkin Donuts 2-7

Tabu 2-9

Neighborhood Garbage 1-8

Jiffy Lube 0-7

AuSable firefighters lead county league

AUSABLE FORKS — AuSable Forks defeated Ellenburg Depot last week to improve to 4-0 and remain the only unbeaten team in the Clinton County Firefighters Softball League. Mike Mitchell was the winning pitcher.

CVPH (1-2) picked up its first win of the season and, in the process, handed West Chazy/Beekmantown (3-1) its first setback.

Michelle Hitt and Cory Thompson were both 3-for-4 in support of wining pitcher Kent Faus while Roy Clark contributed a key double.

South Plattsburgh and District 3 were rained out while Saranac/Dannemora had the bye.

Malone AmVets

Gentlemen’s Slo-Pitch League


Friday, May 30

H & R Block 10

Leo’s Tavern 1

WP-Greg Patterson. LP-Joe Campbell. HR-Cory West, 2-4; Ben West, double; Jon Dumas, 2-3; Casey Keating, double; Rick Keating, 2-3. LT- Brian White, 2-3, double; Dave Taylor, 2-3, double; Bryan Lewis, double.

Adirondack Propane 11

Amvets 6

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