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Greater Nashua Senior Softball results

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 6,

M&N Sports 5 ...

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Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 6,

M&N Sports 5

M&N left 17 men on base and out-hit the Seniors but couldn’t stop the late-season juggernauts, Dr. Dionne’s, who have won eight of their last 10. A Harold Murphy single in the bottom of the eighth scored Peter Olson for the deciding run

Murphy led the Seniors with three hits and a sacrifice while Bert Guimond, Leo Melanson, Les Johnson and Del Patton all reached twice in three plate appearances. For M&N, Paul Archer, Frank Sommer and Fred Mapplebeck had three hits each. Joe Bimonte and sub Dan Birck helped out with two hits apiece.

Amherst Autoworks 12,

Pine Street Eatery 8

Amherst manager Geoff Geoffrion’s lineup banged out 23 hits in 38 at bats in a game decided by the end of the third inning. Paul Poisson had three hits, a walk and four runs scored. Gary Boyle had two doubles and two singles while Dave Krumenacker went 3 for 4. Bob Lamontagne, Pat Cassier, Dan Walsh, Al Abele and Thom Riley had two hits each.

Pine Street’s Danny Birck and Boh Buczynski were each 3 for 4. Kip Ferguson, Bill Hodge, Bert Guimond and Ken Rousseau had two hits each.

Calvary Lock & Key 10, IMEC 2

Steve Stitt’s pitching and some excellent defense won this one for the locksmiths. Bill Moccia, Rod Robuccio and Gary Boyle had three hits each for the winners while John Chase, John Poulos, Stitt, Bob Lavoie, Ron Bedard and Steve Meltzer helped out with two apiece.

Paul Valdanbrini led IMEC with 3 hits while Jim Edwards, Bill Mulley, Joe D’Ambrosio and sub Bob Lamontagne all had two.

Hanson’s Automotive 13,

Jok’s Auto Sales 4

Hanson’s leadoff batter Zeke Zarakotas led both teams with four hits in four at bats. Roger Neild, Rob Rich and Joe Kowalik reached base twice and Paul Archer (2 for 4), Bob Lavoie (1 for 4), Steve Stitt (3 for 3), Paul Nickerson (2 for 3) and John Chase (2 for 3) scored seven of Hanson’s runs.

Don Fusco and Rick Latham were 3 for 3 for Jok’s and Hap Webster, Lester Johnson and Jim Edwards had two hits apiece.

Amherst Autoworks 10,

Calvary Lock & Key 2

Amherst broke this game open with a five-run fifth on six hits and a walk, the big hit delivered by Pete Monaco, a triple with two men on, his second triple of the game. Bob Lamontagne and Rick Latham also had triples. Lamontagne reached base four times with a homer, triple, single and a walk while John Cebrowski and Latham managed three hits apiece. Pat Cassier, Dan Walsh, Dave Krumenacker and Monaco were good for two hits each.

John Chase, Larry Hersh and Steve Meltzer had two hits each for Calvary.

Art’s Painting 9,

Pine Street Eatery 4

Pitcher Chick Hamel took the win as Jerry Ferullo led all batters, going 4 for 4. Dick Gillespie contributed three hits and Mitch Milewski, Murph Albert, Rod Wood, Hamel and Jay McNay all had two hits. Milewski’s triple and Stave Coco double were the only extra-base hits for the winners. Boh Buczynski and Kip Ferguson were the only multi-hit guys in the Eatery’s lineup, each 3 for 3.

M&N Sports 11,

Hanson’s Automotive 2

M&N’s five runs in the first two salted this one away early. George Mosnicka was 4 for 4, including a triple, while Dennis Cassily went 3 for 4 and Dan Birck had three hits in three at bats. Frank Sommer, Wayne Connor and Jerry Ferullo had two hits each.

Hanson’s Zeke Zarakotas, Peter Burr, Rob Rich, Ed Jaracz and Bill Simmons all managed two hits. Roger Neild walked three times.

IMEC 12, Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 11

The Seniors held a three-run lead going into the bottom of the seventh but they couldn’t hold it IMEC had five hits and a walk in its decisive rally. Frank Twardosky had a two-run double in the inning. Lead-off man Joe D’Ambrosio and Twardosky were 3 for 4 and Paul Nickerson had four singles. Ron Lewis, Bill Mulley and Dave Brody had two hits each while Paul Valdanbrini reached base four times on two hits and two walks.

Dr. Dionne’s Harold Murphy had four hits while Alan Hallee and sub John Poulos helped out going 3 for 3. Peter Olson, Peter Monaco, Leo Melanson and Dick Gillespie had two hits each. Twardosky’s winning hit was his second double of the game and his third RBI.

IMEC 10, Amherst Autoworks 7

IMEC’s Al Ross was 4 for 4 and Jim Edwards went 3 for 4, followed by Paul Nickerson, Donnie Smith, Dick Gillespie and Mike Ford with two hits each.

Amherst’s Pat Cassier matched Ross at the plate and Dave Krumenacker was 3 for 3. Bob Lamontagne, Dan Walsh and Al Abele banged out two hits each.

Pine Street Eatery 14,

Calvary Lock & Key 0

The winners capitalized on 18 hits and six walks. Dick Stockdale led the way with three hits while Dan Birck, Bob Sullivan, Charlie Mooradian, Ed Jaracz and Bert Guimond had two hits apiece.

Calvary’s Rod Robuccio and Jerry Ferullo were 2 for 2 days while Steve Brzozowski, Steve Meltzer Gary Royal had one hit each. Harold Murphy had a grand slam in the second inning.

Dr. Dionne’s Seniors 2,

Jok’s Auto Sales 0

The Seniors across a run in the fourth and another in the sixth to eke out the win. The winners had three men with two-hit games, Harry Doutt, Leo Melanson and Dale Stearns, with Doutt’s fourth-inning homer breaking a scoreless tie. Jok’s Don Fusco and John Poulos both had two hits in a losing cause.

M&N Sports 12, Art’s Painting 9

Art’s Mitch Milewski homered and Bob Larose, had a three-run blast, but it wasn’t enough to catch M&N. Frank Sommer, Gary Royal and Dennis Cassily each had 3-for-4 days for the winners with Sommer and Royal also drawing walks. George Mosnicka, Mike Ford and Bill Kotopoulis helped out with two hits each for the sportsmen.