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Softball team remains undefeated

Week four of the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department’s summer men’s softball league continued with Time To Mast holding onto its undefeated streak.

The league newcomer won two games, as did Pit Stop, which is now alone in second place.

Games are played from 6-10 p.m. Thursdays at Hemenway Park’s ball field complex.

Standings after week four are:

Time To Mash, 8-0; Pit Stop, 6-2; Duetto, 4-4; Papillon, 3-5; Club Fitness, 2-6; and Credit Union, 1-7.

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