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Time To Mash, Jack’s Place lead softball leagues

Time To Mash solidified its first-place standing with a sweep over Duetto during the Boulder City Park and Recreation Department’s men’s softball league.

Time To Mash won 9-7 and 16-4 during play Oct. 1.

At the same time, Papillon continues to rise in the standings with 24-15 and 18-7 victories over Boulder Tree, which is still trying to climb out of the cellar.

Play continues tonight at Hemenway Park’s ball fields.

In the coed league, Jack’s Place has surged into first with a 4-1 record after a sweep of the Credit Union, 13-8 and 11-7.

Total Quality Pallets and Hammer’s split a double header staying close behind with 4-2 records. Total Quality pulled out a 6-5 squeaker in the nightcap after losing the first game 5-12.

Play continues Sunday at Hemenway Park.

 

Standings

Men’s league: Time to Mash, 7-1; Pit Stop, 6-2; Papillon, 5-3; Credit Union, 4-4; Duetto, 3-5; Boulder Tree, 1-7.

Coed league: Jack’s Place, 5-1; Hammer’s Bar, 4-2; Total Quality Pallets, 4-2; Duetto Ducks, 3-2; Serenity Salon, 1-4; Credit Union, 0-6.

 

Registration begins for youth flag football

Youth flag football has returned to Boulder City with programs for third- and fourth-graders and fifth- and sixth-graders starting Oct. 20 and 21.

Clinics for young players will be held at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m., respectively, for the two age groups at Pratte Field in Veterans’ Memorial Park, 1501 Buchanan Blvd.

The league teaches sport skills while helping youths build confidence and success in a team environment, said Steve Corry, recreation coordinator for the parks and recreation department.

Registration for the program is now open. There is a $39 fee per participant.

More information is available by contacting the recreation department at 702-293-9256.

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