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Team’s perfect record quashed

The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Men’s and Coed Softball leagues continued play during the week with a reversal of fortunes and standings.The men’s league played Sept. 24, with the previously undefeated Time to Mash tumbling from perfection at the hands of a Papillon, as they split a double header. Papillon took a big victory in the night, ending the game early with a 10-run victory, 16-6.

Pit Stop also climbed back up the leader board, thrashing Duetto in two games, 15-9 and 20-8. Boulder Tree climbed into the win column while Credit Union is sneaking up in the standings with a 4-2 record.

Action resumes tonight at Hemenway Park.

In coed action, Hammer’s Bar and Grill and Jack’s Place are quickly becoming the hot teams as both have surged to 3-1 records, with Total Quality Pallets pulling even, also at 3-1. Hammer’s took two games from Serenity Salon while Jack’s Place swept newcomer Duetto Ducks, 8-4 and 12-2.

Action resumes Sunday at Hemenway Park.



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

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

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