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Laughing Crow Winery, Riverview-Dars last of Town and Tavern League unbeatens


Laughing Crow Winery and Riverview-Dars remained as the lone unbeatens after last week’s action in the Town and Tavern Modified Softball League.

Laughing Crow Winery improved to 5-0 with wins over Parishville Amvets and Casino while Riverview-Dars moved to 4-0 after outscoring No Law Warriors 19-2 and Norwood Legion 15-4.

What follows are the results of the all the games played this past Thursday and Monday.


Laughing Crow Winery 22, Parishville Amvets 22-4: Laughing Crow pushed across eight runs in the first inning and never looked back in posting the convincing win.

Andrew Stone led the way offensively going 4-5 with a double and three runs scored to earn player of the game honors. Gilbert Jacobs went 3-4 with two runs scored and Sean Barnes went 3-5 with three runs scored.

For Amvets, Jeremy Waite was 2-2 with a homeruns and two runs scored. Mark Bailey went 2-2 with a homerun, double and two runs scored while Brandon Fefee went 2-2.

Riverview-Dars 19, No Law Warriors 2: Riverview-Dars broke the game open with 11 runs in the second inning as Joe Foster pitched six and two-thirds shutout innings to earn the win and played a lead role offensively going 3-4 with a double and run scored to earn player of the game status. Matt Macaulay went 4-4 with two doubles and three runs scored. Fred Kellison went 2-3 with three runs scored runs.

Nate Mclaughlin highlighted the No Law Warriors offensive with a two-run homerun. Erik McLauglin doubled and scored a run while Mark Peets went 2-3.

went 1-3 and hit a 2 run home run to break the shutout, brother Erik, went 1-3 2b and run scored. Mark Peets went 2-3.

Casino 18, Rampage 2: Todd Planty earned player of the game honors, striking out three in tossing the win while helping his own cause by going 3-4 with three runs scored. Eric Brabant went 4-4 with a double and four runs scored. Kevin Newton went 3-4 with a homerun and three runs scored.

For Rampage, Ron Converse went 2-3 with a run scored. Greg Fiacco and Kyle Clemmo contributed two hits each.

Pit Stop 33, Norwood Legion 6: Pit Stop scored five or more runs in four of the seven innings en route to posting the convincing win. Player of the game Joe Arney went 4-4 with two grand slams, a double and five runs scored. J

osh Barnes pitched a complete game that included five strikeouts while going 2-4 with a homerun and two runs scored. Devin Paquin went 3-4 with two homeruns and four runs scored. 2 hr, 4 runs.

Dakota Vallance led the Legion offense going 4-4 with a double and two runs scored. 2b, and 2 runs. Jason Gallant was 2-2 with a double and runs scored while Matt Benware tripled and scored a run.

Gandy Dancer 16, Coast Gaurd 5: A six-run fourth inning put the game away for the Gandy. Everyone on the winning team scored at least one run led by player of the game Justin Dowdle, who pitched six solid innings, not giving up an extra base hit ,while stiking out four. He also went 3-4 with a triple and run scored. Dustin Andrus went 3-3, hitting his first career homerun. Michael Harper connected for a triple and homerun.

Chris Deshaies led the way for Coast Gaurd going 2-3 with a run scored. Brandon Hewlett and Derrick Levac also had hits.


No Law Warriors 18, Parishville Amvets 17 (8 innings): In a see-saw battle that was tied after innings, Amvets scored four in the fifth only to have the Warriors answer with seven. Amvets scored three in top of the seventh to go ahead but MVP Devon Euto launched a game tying homerun with two outs to put the game in extras. Euto wound up going 4-4 with three runs scored but Mark Bailey hit a solo homerun in the top of the eight to put Amvets ahead. in the bottom of the inning, Tyler Smith hit a walk off single to lifted the Warriors to their first win of the season.

Also contributing offensively in the winning effort were Mark Peets (4-4, homerun, double, 3 runs scored) and Erik McLaughling (2-3, homerun, three runs scored).

Jeremy Zenger led the way for the Amvets going 4-5 with a homerun and four runs scored. Bailey finished 4-5 with three runs scored while Jordan Sochia was 2-4 with a double and two runs scored.

Riverview-Dars 14, Norwood Legion 5: After four close innings, Riverview-Dars took control in the fifth as JR Richards threw five innings, giving up one run and striking out four to gain the win. MVP Pat Patrick Thompson broke out of his slump, going 4-5 with two homeruns and three runs scored. Thomas Cota was steady going 3-4 with two doubles and two runs scored.

For the Legion, Ben Regan, Chris McGrath and Seth Donalis all went 2-3 with a run scored.

Pit Stop-Big Boys 25, Timber Tavern 4: Pit Stop flexed there muscles right off the bat in building a commanding early lead. MVP Devin Paquin led the way going 4-5 with three homeruns and four runs scored. Austin Rush delivered four hits and three runs scored while Mike Bell was 4-5 with a homerun and four runs scored.

For the Timber, newly aquired Marcus Keleher led the way going 2-2. Tyler Keleher went 2-2 with a run scored while Nick Kenny launched a homerun.

Laughing Crow Winery 15, Casino 3: Laughing Crow Winery broke open a close game with seven runs in the bottom of the sixth as MVP Ryan Gray came a single away from hitting for the cycle and came round to score three runs. Michael Bresett went 3-3 with three runs scored while Sean Barnes was 2-3 with 2 runs scored. Pitcher Gilbert Jacobs had an impressive start, only allowing three runs and striking out four.

Casino had seven hits including a two-run homerun.

Gandy Dancer 24, Rampage 5: Gandy Dancer only led 8-5 after four innings before coming to life offensively. MVP Nick Frederick went 3-3 with four runs scored..Jason Newcombe was 4-5 with a double and three runs scored. Also contributing were Travis Cole (2 doubles, 2 runs scored) and Chris Hewey (2-3, homerun).

For Rampage, Kyle Clemmo went 2-3 a double. Ronnie Aldridge doubled and drove in a run while newly aquired Dustin Delosh doubled and knocked in a pair of runs.



(all games 6:45 p.m.)

Pit Stop at Rampage (Louisville), No Law Warriors at Norwood Legion (Norwood Fireman’s Field), Gandy Dancer at Parishville Amvets (Fireman’s Field 1), Laughing Crow Winery at Timber Tavern (Fireman’s Field 2), Coast Guard at Riverview-Dars (Tri-Town Arena).


(all games 6:45 p.m.)

Pit Stop at Laughing Crow Winery (Fort Covington), Parishville Amvets at Coast Guard (Helena), Timber Tavern at No Law Warriors (North Lawrence), Casino at Gandy Dancer (Norwood Elementary), Rampage at Riverview-Dars (Tri-Town Arena).



Laughing Crow Winery 5-0, Riverview-Dars 4-0, Gandy Dancer 4-1, Pit Stop-Big Boys 3-1, Parishville Amvets 2-3, Coast Gugard 1-2, No Law Warriors 1-3, Rampage 1-3, Timber Tavern 1-3, Casino 1-4, Norwood Legion 1-4.

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