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Greater Nashua Softball League Results

Hanson’s Automotive 9,

IMEC 7 ...

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Hanson’s Automotive 9,

IMEC 7

One inning made all the difference in this one as Hanson’s turned a three-run deficit into a two-run lead when they scored five in the top of the sixth and stifled a potential IMEC rally with a 4-1-3 double play.

Roger Neild led the winners going 4 for 4, Woody Woodward and Tom Mandra each had three hits and Mike Reilly and sub Mike Ford managed two hits each.

Charlie Howe led IMEC with a 4-for-4 day, Ron Lewis and Val Valdanbrini each had three hits.

Art’s Painting 15,

Jok’s Auto Sales 3

The winners plated four runs in each of the last three innings as Chick Hamel’s pitching stifled Jok’s bats.

Steve Coco and Jerry Ferullo led a 27-hit attack with 5-for-5 days, Dick Gillespie 4 for 5, Murph Albert and Art DiGiovanni had three hits apiece and Bill Ohm and Rod Wood had two each.

Steve Meltzer was 2 for 3 for Jok’s.

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 8,

Calvary Lock & Key 3

The Seniors scored enough in the first two innings to take a win as Dale Stearns’ pitching stymied Calvary. Harold Murphy’s 4 for 4 and Leo Melanson’s 3 for 3 led the winners while Bert Guimond, Alan Ross and Ron Monteiro had two hits apiece. Steve Brzozowski was at 3 for 3 and Steve Meltzer was 2 for 3 for Calvary.

M&N Sports 8,

Amherst Autoworks 6

Amherst came fast out of the gate with 4 in the first but M&N saved their best for last, scoring five in the sixth to take the lead and the game.

Frank Sommer, Dennis Cassily, Fred Mapplebeck, Tom Anderson and Steve Coco all had two hits while Amherst’s Bob Lamontagne and Gary Boyle went 3 for 3 and Geoff Geoffrion, Pete Monaco and John Ogrodowczyk had two hits each.

One of Boyle’s was a homer to the opposite field.

M&N Sports 8,

Art’s Painting 7

M&N, although out-hit 22-15, had five men with two hits each in the extra-inning win: Sommer, skipper George Mosnicka, Cassily, Bill Kotopoulis and Joe Bimonte. Art’s best were Dick Gillespie, Steve Coco, Murph Albert and Art DiGiovann with three hits each. Mitch Milewski, Jerry Ferullo, Bob Larose, Seidel and Jay McNay all had two each.

Jok’s Auto Sales 19,

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 5

The winners had 32 and the game was mercy-ruled after six innings.

Hap Webster was 5 for 5 and Don Fusco, Ed Jaracz Jim Edwards, Lester Johnson, Steve Meltzer and Hale Powell had three hits each. For the Seniors, Harold Murphy and Paul Poisson were 3 for 3 and Bert Guimond, Wally Hedlund Leo Melanson, Peter Olsom and Dale Stearns had two hits apiece.

Pine Street Eatery 11,

Calvary Lock & Key 3

Pine Street’s Kip Ferguson and Bill Simmons each went 3 for 4 and Dan Birck, Ray Floryan, Charlie Mooradian, Bob Sullivan and Dick Moushegian managed two hits apiece. John Chase, Steve Stitt, Rod Robuccio, Bob Lavoie and Ron Bedard had two hits each for Calvary.

Amherst Autoworks 8,

IMEC 7

Bob Lamontagne was 4 for 4 for the winners while Al Abele went 3 for 3 and Pete Monaco, Dave Krumenacker and sub Harold Murphy managed two hits each.

For IMEC, Jim Edwards and Ron Lewis were 3 for 4 and Paul Nickerson, Jerry Levin, Bill Mulley, Steve Coco and Don Fusco had two hits each.

Art’s Painting 6,

Pine Street Eatery 4

Only four key hits separated the two teams as Jerry Ferullo and Murph Albert led the painters with 3-for-3 days, while Dick Gillespie, Bob Larose, and Bill Ohm had two hits apiece. Dan Birck, Kip Ferguson and Bob Sullivan led Pine Street with two hits each.

Amherst Autoworks 12,

Calvary Lock & Key 2

Thom Riley and Dan Walsh led Amherst with 4-for 4 days. Bob Lamontagne and Dave Krumenacker each posted three hits as Al Abele and Rick Latham chipped in with two hits each. John Poulos, Rod Robuccio, Steve Brzozowski, Larry Hersh and Ron Bedard managed two hits each for Calvary. Riley,

IMEC 12,

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 5

Jim Edwards, Ron Lewis, Ross, Mulley and sub Bob Larose all had three hits while Valdanbrini, Joe D’Ambrosio an Dan Birck provided two each. Dr. Dionne’s offense started with Harold Murphy’s three hits while Leo Melanson, Paul Poisson, Peter Olsom, Alan Hallee and Bill Simmons had two hits each.

M&N Sports 15,

Hanson’s Automotive 14

Gary Royal and Joe Bimonte were 4 for 5 for the winners. Mike Ford, Bill Kotopoulis, Frank Miethe, Rod Robuccio and Bob Lamontagne each had three hits. Mosnicka and Fred Mapplebeck had two hits apiece. Hanson’s Don Kasper was unstoppable with a 5-for-5 day.

Thom Riley helped out with four hits while Mike Reilly and Dick Stockdale had three hits each. Zeke Zarakotas, Gerry Moore, Rob Rich and Joe Kowallick each had two hits.