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Ladies A Division

EMI Steelerz got into the win column last week with a 10-run victory over ServiceMaster.

Eichenberg Dodge Girls took advantage of a short-handed previously unbeaten Orange Crush squad beating them by six.

Great Lakes Physio/Corey's Restaurant stayed even with Eichenberg after a mercy over Jays.

Eichenberg 10, Orange Crush 4

Eichenberg: Tamarah Schultz 3-3, Kate Hahn 3-3

Orange Crush: Nicole Harris 3-4, Rina Langrell 2-3

Eichenberg put this one away after a seven-run sixth. Tamarah Schultz had a two-run triple.

Great Lakes/Corey's 16, Jays 1

Great Lakes/Corey's: Tracey Pressey 5-5, Janet Culliton 4-5

Jays: Sonya Foreman 3-3, Amy Beattie 2-3

Tracey Pressey had three doubles to pace the winners.

EMI Steelerz 15, ServiceMaster 5

EMI: Alana Haskett 4-4, Elisha Duyvestjen 3-3

ServiceMaster: Melissa Howick 3-3 HR

Tracey Coderre had a two-run triple in EMI's seven-run fourth.

Ladies B Division

Energy Production notched its first ever win with a nine-run decision over Camo last week.

Hollister KIA won the battle of the unbeatens as they came from behind to upend Focus 17-12.

Challengers registered the other victory winning by seven over Ritchie's.

Challengers 18, Ritchie's 8

Challengers: Anna Enns 5-5, Anna Driedger 5-6

Ritchie's: Aimee Sparzynski 4-4, Michele Warboys 4-4

Anna Enns had three doubles, a triple, and four runs scored.

Men's A Division

Maple View Variety moved to 4-0 after a mercy win over a short-handed Woodland RV squad and a big victory over previously unbeaten Gators.

Gators, earlier in the week, upended the Roosters 14-8. Roosters won the battle of the nine-against-nine Friday night beating Haines Roofing 22-13.

Survivors remained unbeaten after handing Haines Roofing its first loss of the season.

Maple View Variety 16, Woodland RV 1

Maple View: Ryan Black 2-3, Ian Baker 3-3, Ryan Miller HR, Tim Pressey 2 HRs

Woodland RV: Kyle Neumann 1-2, Josh Mabee 1-2

Tim Pressey hit consecutive three-run homers to lead Maple View Variety.

Survivors 13, Haines Roofing 8

Survivors: Henry Klassen 3-3, Henry Teichroeb 2-3

Haines Roofing: Craig Smith 2-2, Scott Harris 2-3

Martin Epp drove in four for Survivors.

Gators 14, Roosters 8

Gators: Kieran Taylor 2-2, Scott Balazs 3-4, Jason Juhasz HR

Roosters: Mark Hamulecki 2-3 HR, Jared Pettman 2-3 HR

Scott Balazs had a pair of doubles for the Gators.

Roosters 22, Haines Roofing 13

Roosters: John Munro 5-5 2 HRs, John Hall 4-5, Jared Pettman HR, Joel Stubbs HR, Mark Hamulecki HR, Scott Heath HR, Justin Clapdorp HR

Haines: Scott Harris 3-4, Layne Hudson 3-4, Phil Durham 2 HRs, Craig Smith HR

Josh Munro had a two-run homer in Roosters' six-run sixth.

Maple View Variety 12, Gators 8

Maple View: Tim Pressey 2-3, Ryan Carroll 2-3, Randy Miller HR (grand slam), John Epp HR

Gators: Jon Nunn 2-3, Chris VanParys 2-3

Randy Miller had a grand slam and drove in five for the winners.

Men's B Division

DeGroote-Hill remained unbeaten after winning a pair of crossover games over Cain's Pelicans and Delhi Dodgers.

The Dodgers, after losing to DeGroote-Hill by one, lost by two to Bill's Pizza Kekambas putting up a good effort against two B Division squads.

Kekambas evened their record with a two-run decision over Next Realty.

Next Realty and Domino's Hounds picked up lopsided wins over C Division squads.

GC Lounsbury picked up an extra-inning win over Kirwin and Oatman.

DeGroote-Hill 13, Delhi Dodgers 12

DeGroote-Hill: Doug Falkins 4-4, Andrew Garnham 2-3

Delhi: Shane Tremblay 4-4, Dustin Pettit 3-4

DeGroote-Hill rallied with a three-run sixth to edge out Delhi.

DeGroote-Hill 23, Cain's Pelicans 10

DeGroote-Hill: Paul Nicholson 4-4, Bob Long 4-4, Adam Goodlett HR

Cain's: Steve Robb 3-4, Kurt Vaughan 3-4, Andrew Dawson HR, Andrew Kamenar HR

Bob Long crossed four times for DeGroote-Hill.

Ontario Laser Spartans 17, Stickmen 10

Ontario Laser: Pete Dyck 3-3 HR, Jake Friesen 3-3, John Klassen 2 HRs

Stickmen: Ed Bouw 3-3, Andrew Patenaude 3-3

John Klassen homered twice, while Pete Dyck and Jake Friesen each drove in three for the winners.

GC Lounsbury 10, Kirwin and Oatman 9

GC Lounsbury: Trevor Stuyt 4-4, Cory Smith 3-3

Kirwin and Oatman: Jordy Thompson 4-4, Shaine Hall 4-4

Devin Lee had the winning RBI in the eighth for GC Lounsbury.

Domino's Hounds 19, Destroyers 6

Domino's: Josh Kingsbury 4-5, Joe Kingsbury 4-5, Nick Barnim HR

Destroyers: Darryl Porchak 3-4, Jesse Temple 3-4

Mike Bouck had a triple and double, and scored three runs for Domino's.

Bill's Pizza Kekambas 13, Next Realty 11

Bill's Pizza: Benson Howey 3-3 2 HRs, Jay Davis 2-3, Cody Furlong HR, Jeremy Weiss HR

Next Realty: Brent Schooley 2-3, Kevin Karnes 2-3, Steve Derks HR

Benson Howey, Cody Furlong and Jeremy Weiss each homered in Kekambas' five-run fifth.

Next Realty 20, John Beere 5

Next Realty: Ryan Hambleton 3-3, Ross Groat 4-4 HR

John Beere: Shawn Sivyer 2-3, Shawn Elliott 2-3

Ross Groat and Ryan Hambleton each scored four runs for Next Realty.

Bill's Pizza Kekambas 13, Delhi 11

Bill's Pizza: Kyle Smith 5-5, Jeremy Weiss 4-5, Kyle Hollister 2 HRs

Delhi Dodgers: Nate Moyert 4-4, Craig Franklin 4-4

Kyle Hollister had a walkoff homer to win it for Kekambas.

Men's C Division

Ward's Automotive grabbed its first win of the season outslugging John Beere 23-22. Stickmen also collected its first victory over John Beere.

Corey's Restaurant moved into a three-way tie for first winning by 11 over Ward's.

Ward's Automotive 23, John Beere 22

Ward's: Trevor Hawley 4-4, Patrick Tanner 4-4 HR, Mike Mudford HR, Brett Parsons HR, Connor Smith HR, Chad Vigar HR

John Beere: Adam Morris 5-5, Kevin Stuyt 4-5

Colin VanDaele had the game-winning RBI for Ward's.

Stickmen 19, John Beere 5

Stickmen: Shawn Ryerse 3-3, Corey Bennett 2-3, Chris White HR

John Beere: Shawn Elliott 3-4, Andrew Barnim 3-3

Stickmen's Chris White homered, doubled and drove in three.

Corey's Restaurant 29, Ward's Automotive 18

Corey's: Justin Wood 6-7, Chad Hyatt 5-6, Jason Vandommele HR, Chad Hill HR

Ward's: Patrick Tanner 5-5 HR, Gus Ford 5-5 HR, Brett Parsons HR

Everyone in the winner's lineup scored at least two runs.



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