West Side’s go 2-2 in soft­ball ac­tion

The Compass - - OPINION -

West Side Char­lie’s dou­bled up East Coast Con­crete in Car­bon­ear slo-pitch ac­tion at the Car­bon­ear Re­cre­ation Com­plex, July 9 by a score of 17-8.

Tim Brake and John Jac­ques led the offensive charge for West Side with four hits apiece. Roy Flight chipped in three hits and Kevin Pen­ney, Paul McCarth, and Sam White reg­is­tered two hits each.

Pac­ing East Coast were Jamie Pike and Bradley Har­ris, with three hits each. Stephen King had two hits, while Mat Pow­ell and Har­ris Cor­nick had sin­gles.

Paul Sul­li­van tossed the win and Sam White took the loss.

In the sec­ond game, Butt’s Esso’s of­fense erupted for 20 runs in de­feat­ing East Coast 2010.

Mat Davis and Luke Ho­gan sup­plied the of­fense with four hits each. Stephen Peach picked up three hits, one of them be­ing a home­run. Ja­son Power, Chad Par­sons and Ryan Dean also had three hits, while Ryan Par­sons had two hits.

For East Coast, Jamie Pike belted out two hits, one of them a home­run, while Stephen King and Chris Par­sons also picked up two hits apiece.

Ger­ard Grif­fin toed the rub­ber in vic­tory and Stephen King took the loss.

Ear­lier in the week, Butt’s scored just enough runs to take the win over West Side’s, 12-9, July 9.

Jody Doyle sparked the of­fence for Butt’s with a four-hit per­for­mance. Ja­son Power chipped in three hits while Charl Clarke, Blair Par­sons and Chad Par­sons had two hits apiece.

For West Side’s, Paul O’Leary had three hits, while Frank Fin­layson, Roy Flight and John Jac­ques had two hits each. Grif­fin took the win and White took the loss. In the sec­ond game, July 9, West Side’s up­ended East Coast 9-2 to push its record to 22 for the week.

Kevin Pen­ney had four hits in the vic­tory for West Side’s. Time Brake and John Jac­ques picked up three hits, while Mike White­way and Fin­layson had two hits.

In the loss, Brad Gal­lant and Mat Pow­ell lead the charge for East Coast with three hits each.

White tossed the win and Stephen King took the loss.

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