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Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 13,Hanson’s Automotive 6


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Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 13,Hanson’s Automotive 6

Dale Stearns’ pitching held the mighty bats of Hanson’s in check as only two of their batters, Gerry Moore and sub Thom Riley, managed to reach base more than once. The Seniors stroked 22 hits in 38 at–bats with Harry Doutt and steady Bert Guimond leading the way with four hits each.

Calvary Lock & Key 8, Art’s Painting 7

Art’s held a 6-3 lead going into the bottom of the sixth when Calvary pounded out six hits and a sacrifice fly to score five runs. Bill Moccia and John Chase both went 3 for 3. Both Rod Robuccio and Steve Meltzer had two hits while Steve Stitt had two hits. Art DiGiovanni, Murph Albert and Bill Ohm had three hits while manager Jerry Ferullo, Carl Seidel, Jim Edwards and Dan Birck had two apiece.

Jok’s Auto Sales 16, Pine Street Eatery 9

Rick Latham was for 4 and Hap Webster, Don Fusco, Les Johnson, Hale Powell and Earl Rinker stroked three each. Ron Monteiro, Ben Tosi and Miles Page contributed two hits each as Jok’s scored in every inning. Boh Buczynski (two doubles) and Dan Birck 3 for 4 and 3 for 3 for Pine Street. Kip Ferguson, Bill Simmons and Bob Napolitano had two hits each.

M&N Sports 9, IMEC 7

Keyed by an eighth-inning Gary Royal triple, skipper George Mosnicka’s squad plated three in the top of the inning and then held the engineers to only one for the win. Royal’s 4 for 4 led the way while Frank Sommer and Fred Mapplebeck went 3 for 4. Mosnicka, Dennis Cassily, Bill Kotopoulis and Joe Bimonte added two hits each. Charlie Howe had four hits for the engineers but only Ron Lewis, Joe D’Ambrosio and sub Gary Boyle could manage more than one, with Boyle hitting a three-run homer.

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 8, Art’s Painting 4

Led by Steve Morgan’s 4-for-4 day, Dr. Dionne’s took the lead in the second and never relinquished it. Harold Murphy was 3 for 4, as was Bill Simmons. Peter Olson, Harry Doutt, Bert Guimond, Ron Monteiro and Bill Hodge had two hits each. Art’s manager Jerry Ferullo 3 for 3.

Calvary Lock & Key 9, M&N Sports 7

Dan Birck had a grand slam and Bill Moccia homered for the winners. Rod Robuccio and manager Bob Lavoie was 3 for 3 while John Poulos, Steve Stitt, Ken Rousseau, Larry Hersh, Steve Meltzer and Gerry Gajnos all went 2 for 3. Mosnicka, Frank Sommer, Gary Royal, Mike Ford, and sub Paul Valdanbrini all were 2 for 3 for M&N.

Pine Street Eatery 13, Hanson’s Automotive 4

Manager Bill Hodge and Ray Floryan were 4 for 4 to lead Pine Street while Boh Buczynski, Danny Birck, Charlie Mooradian and John Poulos each reached base three times. One of Birck’s hits was a three-run shot in the fifth. Gerry Moore, Tom Mandra, Al Jarry and Mike Reilly had two hits apiece.

Jok’s Auto Sales 14, Amherst Autoworks 8

Hap Webster and Ron Monteiro were 4 for 4 as Don Fusco, Rick Latham and Les Johnson contributed three hits apiece while Del Patton, Ben Tosi and Earl Rinker had two each for the winners. Pat Cassier and Dan Walsh were 3 for 4 while Bob Lamontagne, Gary Boyle and Bob Liscio had two hits each in a losing cause.

Pine Street Eatery 5, M&N Sports 4

Danny Birck led all batters with four hits while Lenny Rapone, Charlie Mooradian and Jerry Ferullo had two each for the winners. Gary Royal was 3 for 3 while Fred Mapplebeck and Bill Kotopoulis had two hits each.

Jok’s Auto Sales 16, IMEC 12

Ron Monteiro and Del Patton led all batters with 5-for-5 days while Don Fusco and Webster reached base four times. Rick Latham, Les Johnson and Miles Page contributed three hits each while Ed Jaracz and Ben Tosi managed two each. Jim Edwards, Paul Valdanbrini, Al Ross and Frank Twardosky led IMEC with 3-for-4 days. Howe, Paul Nickerson, Jerry Levin and Dave Brody had two hits apiece.

Art’s Painting 12, Amherst Autoworks 10

Dick Gillespie and Murph Albert had three hits each while Milewski, Jerry Ferullo and Chick Hamel had two apiece. Amherst manager Geoff Geoffrion, Pat Cassier and Al Abele were high bats with three hits each. Paul Poisson, Thom Riley, Gary Boyle, John Ogrodowczyk and Del Patton had two hits each.

Calvary Lock & Key 10, Hanson’s Automotive 6

The first seven in Calvary’s lineup all went 2 for 3 – John Chase, Bill Moccia, John Poulos, Stitt, Steve Brzozowski, Larry Hersh and Ron Bedard. Steve Meltzer and George Mosnicka each had two hits. Hanson’s Zeke Zarakotas, Pete Burr, Al Jarry and Harold Murphy each had two hits.