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Newcomer tops summer softball league

The summer men’s softball league with Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department is off to a fast start with games held from 6-10 p.m. every Thursday at the Hemenway Park ball field complex.

Now in its third week of play, league newcomer Time To Mash is topping the leader board with an undefeated record of 6-0. It won two games this past week.

Pit Stop and Duetto are tied for second, with 4-2 records.

Coed league games are played at the complex on Sunday evenings.

Standings after week three in the men’s league are: Time To Mash, 6-0; Pit Stop, 4-2; Duetto, 4-2; Club Fitness, 2-4; Papillon, 1-5; and Credit Union, 1-5.

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