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Greater Nashua Senior Softball League

Amherst Autoworks 8, M&N Sports 7

The battle between the league’s top-two teams came down to the wire, with M&N loading the bases in the top half of the seventh. Shortstop Geoff Geoffrion proceeded to make the next three putouts, securing the victory for Amherst. Gary Boyle, Dan Walsh and Bob Lamontagne led the winning squad with three hits apiece while Dennis Cassily had four hits for M&N. ...

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Amherst Autoworks 8, M&N Sports 7

The battle between the league’s top-two teams came down to the wire, with M&N loading the bases in the top half of the seventh. Shortstop Geoff Geoffrion proceeded to make the next three putouts, securing the victory for Amherst. Gary Boyle, Dan Walsh and Bob Lamontagne led the winning squad with three hits apiece while Dennis Cassily had four hits for M&N.

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 7, Calvary Lock & Key 6

Despite outhitting their opponent 17-14, Calvary couldn’t plate another run following a five-run second. Bert Guimond hit the eventual game-winner in the sixth, knocking in two on a triple. John Chase had four hits for Calvary.

IMEC 17, Hanson’s Automotive 14

In the high-scoring contest, the two squads produced two five-run innings apiece, finishing with a combined 53 hits. Paul Valdanbrini’s home run in the second got things started for IMEC. Jim Edwards and Ron Lewis led the winner’s with four hits apiece.

Jok’s Auto Sales 12, Art’s Painting 6

Jok’s broke out of their minor slump, starting with Bob Lamontagne’s sixth inning home run and Rick Latham’s three-run triple. Jerry Ferullo and Murph Albert each had three hits for Art’s.

Amherst Automotive 13, Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 5

Amherst continued their dominant season with an impressive showing against Dr. Dionne’s. Eight Amherst batters finished with two hits, with Bob Lamontagne leading the way with four. Harry Doutt led Dr. Dionne’s with four hits.

Pine Street Eatery 12, IMEC 10

IMEC rallied for four runs with two outs in the top of the seventh but came up just short. Danny Birck led Pine Street with four hits, including a home run and two triples. Paul Valdanbrini had three hits for IMEC.

Calvary Lock & Key 11, Jok’s Auto Sales 6

Calvary scored seven in the first two innings and never looked back. Jok’s plated five runs in the third inning, but couldn’t produce much more. John Chase, John Poulos and Steve Meltzer each had three hits for Calvary. Don Fusco and Lester Johnson led Jok’s with three hits apiece.

Hanson’s Automotive 8, Art’s Painting 3

Hanson’s came on late, compiling 12 hits and seven runs in the final three innings to come away with the victory. Roger Neild led the winners with three hits, falling a homer short of the cycle. Art’s pitcher Chick Hamel helped his cause with three hits while teammate Dick Gillespie also finished with three.