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M&N Sports 10,
Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 4
A three-run homer by Gary Boyle and a two-run shot by Frank Sommer highlighted the win for M&N. Sommer, Mike Ford, Bill Kotopoulis and Frank Miethe managed three hits each for the winners while Fred Mapplebeck and Joe Bimonte chipped in for two each. Peter Olson, Harold Murphy and Joe DeLuca each had two hitdfor Dr. Dionne’s.
Hanson’s Automotive 18,
Jok’s Auto Sales 12
The the mechanics pulled this one out with six runs in the top of the eighth. Woody Woodward, Pete Burr and Al Jarry had four hits each for Hanson’s, Roger Neild and Jerry Ferullo had three each and Zeke Zarakotas, Don Kasper, Mike Reilly and Tom Mandra had two apiece.
Jok’s Ron Monteiro went 4 for 4 while Hap Webster, Rick Latham and Les Johnson had three hits each and Don Fusco and Miles Page had two each.
Amherst Autoworks 16,
Pine Street Eatery 9
Five runs in each of the first two innings sealed this one for Amherst. Dave Krumenacker and Peter Monaco, provided a lot of Amherst’s punch by going 4 for 4, Geoff Geoffrion and Gary Boyle had three hits each and Thom Riley, John Ogrodowczyk and sub Leo Melanson contributed two apiece. For the Eatery, Kip Ferguson was 4 for 4 and Dan Birck was 3 for 4 Ray Floryan, Lenny Rapone, Bill Simmons and Charlie Mooradian added two hits each.
IMEC 5, Calvary Lock & Key 2
Excellent pitching from IMEC’s Ron Lewis and Calvary’s Steve Stitt and a couple of fine fielding plays kept this one a low-scoring game. The engineers’ offense was well-distributed with six men getting two hits: Jim Edwards, Frank Twardosky, Lewis, Al Ross, Bill Mulley and sub Mike Ford. Calvary’s Rod Robuccio led all batters going 3 for 3 and John Poulos, Larry Hersh and Ron Bedard had two apiece.
Jok’s Auto Sales 16,
Amherst Autoworks 11
Seven hits and a fielder’s choice in the top of the first let Jok’s jump out to a five-run lead and they never looked back. Jok’s best this day were Les Johnson (a triple and three singles) and Ed Jaracz, both 4 for 5. Hap Webster, Harold Murphy and Jim Edwards, each had three hits. Don Fusco, Ron Monteiro and sub Steve Meltzer helped out with two hits each.
Amherst manager Geoff Geoffrion was 4 for 4 and Dave Krumenacker was 3 for 4. Amherst’s Bob Lamontagne, Pat Cassier, Thom Riley, Al Abele, Pete Monaco, John Cebrowski and Dan Walsh managed two hits apiece.
Hanson’s Automotive 17,
Pine Street Eatery 6
Pine Street’s usually potent, always challenging offense was held in check by Hanson’s Pete Burr while Hanson’s bats didn’t take the day off as they scored in five of the seven innings.
Five batters in the winners’ lineup managed three hits: Woody Woodward, Burr, Rob Rich, Joe Kowalik and Paul Valdanbrini, while Zeke Zarakotas, Roger Neild, Don Kasper and Mike Reilly had two each.. Bill Simmons led the chefs going 3 for 3, including a homer. Dan Birck, Bob Sullivan, Dick Moushegian and sub Bob Lavoie managed two hits each.
M&N Sports 12,
Calvary Lock & Key 3
Paul Archer, George Mosnicka and Frank Sommer, M&N’s first 3 batters, all were 3 for 3 and Sommer homered in his first at bat. Gary Royal and Tom Anderson contributed with two hits each. Only Calvary’s Rod Robuccio managed more than one hit and he went 3 for 3.
Art’s Painting 6,
Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 4
For Art’s, Steve Coco, Mitch Milewski, Rod Wood and Woody Woodward all had two hits while Dr. Dionne’s best were Wally Hedlund, Bert Guimond, Peter Olson and Steve Morgan, each with two hits in three at bats.
M&N Sports 10, IMEC 7
Don Cassily and Fred Mapplebeck were 3 for 4 for the winners. George Mosnicka, Gary Royal, Mike Ford, Bill Kotopoulis and Bob Lamontagne provided a well-balanced offense with two hits each. Charlie Howe led the engineers by going 4 for 4, and five men had two hits each: Jim Edwards, Frank Twardosky, Alan Ross, Jerry Levin and John Cebrowski.
Jok’s Auto Sales 20,
Pine Street Eatery 19
Six of the winners had 3 hits: Hap Webster, Don Fusco, Les Johnson, Dick Gillespie, Dan Walsh and Ron Bedard. Boh Buczynski, Danny Birck, Lenny Rapone and Bill Simmons all had three hits, but Bob Sullivan bested all other Pine Street batters going 4 for 5.
Calvary Lock & Key 10,
Art’s Painting 9
Steve Stitt led the winners with three hits and John Poulos, Rod Robuccio, Steve Brzozowski, Larry Hersh and Kenny Rousseau had two each. Dick Gillespie and Mitch Milewski were best bats for Art’s at 3 for 4 and Jerry Ferullo was 2 for 3. Bob Larose homered for Art’s.
Hanson’s Automotive 19,
Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 10
Hanson’s Rob Rich was 4 for 4 and was only a homer short of hitting for the cycle. Woody Woodward, Peter Burr, Roger Neild and Tom Mandra all had three hits for the winners while Clarence Farwell and Geoff Geoffrion had two each. Dr. Dionne’s Mark Lara went 3 for 4 while Leo Melanson,
Harold Murphy, Wally Hedlund, Peter Olson, Alan Hallee and Kip Ferguson had two hits apiece.