Three wins for West Side

The Compass - - OPINION -

Of­fence was not hard to come by when Butt’s Esso met West Side Char­lie’s in Car­bon­ear Men’s Slo-Pitch League ac­tion as West Side topped Butt’s 11-9 at the Car­bon­ear Re­cre­ation Com­plex, June 18.

Roy Flight led the of­fen­sive at­tack with three hits, while Frank Fin­layson, Scott Cleary, Sam White, Ce­cil Taylor, Jim Hunt and Paul Sul­li­van picked two hits each.

Sam White picked up the vic­tory on the mound, and Ger­ard Grif­fin suf­fered the loss.

Lead­ing the way for West Side were Matt Davis, Charl Clarke and Den­nis King, who each stroked three hits in de­feat.

In the sec­ond game on June 18, West Side edged East Coast Con­crete by the nar­row­est of mar­gins, 8-7.

Frank Fin­layson, Tim Brake and Sam White picked up three hits for the vic­tors. Roy Flight and Scott Cleary con­tributed to the win with two hits each and Mike White­way, Ce­cil Taylor, Paul McCarthy and Keith Ped­dle had sin­gles. Sam White took the win, and Peter Tuck took the loss. For East Coast, Tuck and Kevin Pen­ney had three hits apiece. Jamie Pike, Peter Tuck, Matt Pow­ell and Nick Ros­siter had two hits.

On Thurs­day night, West Side up­ended East Coast again, this time by a score of 14-9.

For West Side, Fin­layson and White picked up an­other three hits each, while Tim Brake and Ce­cil Taylor had a pair of hits. Roy Flight and Paul McCarthy rounded out the of­fence with sin­gles.

White again took the win, while Tuck was sad­dled with the loss.

Tuck had a four-hit night in de­feat, while Mike Squires had three hits. Brian Tuck, Gord King, Jim King and Kevin Pen­ney had two hits each.

East Coast got in the win col­umn in the sec­ond game af­ter dou­bling up Butt’s, 14-7.

Brian Tuck and Kevin Pen­ney had three hits apiece. Gord King, Peter Tuck, Matt Pow­ell and Mike Squires each smacked two hits in vic­tory.

Toe­ing the rub­ber in vic­tory was Brian Tuck, and Ger­ard Grif­fin took the loss.

Lead­ing the at­tack for Butt’s was Blair Par­sons, who knocked out four hits. Charl Clarke and Ja­son Power had three hits each.

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