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Remax surges to win

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STONINGTON — Remax/Hooties scored 10 runs over the final three innings to pull away for a 14-4 victory against Gringo Dingos in the Stonington Recreation Softball League on Thursday.

Kyle Antrim hit a three-run homer and finished with four RBIs for Remax/Hooties (10-11). Dwayne Venturini and Eric Collins contributed two hits each. Collins also drove in two runs.

Craig D’Ortona and Dylan Campagna drove in one run each for Gringo Dingo’s (10-11).

Gringo Dingo’s............... 12

Remax/Hooties...............9

Jay Baton, Craig D’Ortona and Andrew Campagna finished with three hits each for Gringo Dingo’s.

Charlies Reismann and Ryan Magee had three hits each for Remax/Hooties. Reismann also drove in three runs.

Connected Systems....... 19

Handlebar Cafe.............. 15

Mike Young drove in five runs for Connected System in Wednesday’s win.

Sal Desimone had three hits and Jeremiah Taggert was 2 for 2 for Connected Systems (11-10).

Matt Fauquet was 4 for 4 with four RBIs for Handlebar (11-9). Jimmy McPherson finished 3 for 4.

Hi Tech Meds................. 19

Remax/Hooties ..............6

Eric Hoadley finished 3 for 5 with six RBIs helping Hi Tech Meds (18-4) to the victory.

Brian Henry was 3 for 4 with three RBIs and Mark Tebbets finished 2 for 2.

Brian Smith was 3 for 3 for Remax/Hooties (8-10) and Glen Fry drove in two runs.

Gringo Dingo’s.............. 14

Handlebar Cafe............... 7

Jason Baton drove in four runs and Craig D’Ortona had four for Gringo Dingo’s.

Ed Haberek and Ty McPherson finished with two hits each for Handlebar. Haberek also drove in two runs.

Connected Systems....... 20

Hi Tech Meds.................. 5

Connected Systems surprised Hi Tech by scoring 15 runs over the final three innings for the five-inning, mercy rule upset win on Tuesday.

Mike Young was 3 for 4 with four RBIs, while Sal Desimone finished 3 for 5 with three RBIs. Mark Gullickson homered and drove in two runs.

Eric Hoadley had two hits for Hi Tech.



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