Central Florida League Fall 2019 Highlights Week Three

Paul Davis Restorations started week three off by doubling up Team Koller, 14-7.

Paul Davis was led by the four hits from Don Brozick and three each by Chris Iorio, Gary DePalma and Dave Oatley. Pitcher Gary Luck helped his cause with a triple that drove in three runs, while Phil Palma’s triple scored two runs.

DePalma also scored two runs with a single. Team Koller had three hits by sub Ron Lipowski and a pair each from John Ambrose, Ed Flynn, Rocky Spottswood and Paul Brocato.

Synergy Wealth continued its winning ways with a 17-14 victory over Pie O Mine. Stroking three hits for Synergy were Jim Gordon, Jim Creed, Michael Collins, Bud Ramsey and Jeff Stein. Creed had a two-run homer, while pitcher Ramsey drove in four runs. Bob Kelly sent in three runs with a single and a sacrifice fly.

Pie O Mine was led by Dave Campbell’s four hits. Smacking three hits were Ed Moriarity, Ted Bell and sub Alan Zahm. Both Bell and Zahm drove in three runs. Ken Atkinson drove in two with a double, as did pitcher Fred Hughes with a sacrifice and a single.

Palm Ridge Dental beat Babiarz Law 16-9. Dale Neff and Bill Sass got four hits apiece to pace Palm Ridge. Adding three hits were Ed Chirumbolo, Josh Sheldon, George Loew and John Leone. Jack Nagle drove in two runs with a triple, while Loew had four and Neff three RBIs.

Babiarz got a pair of hits from Dave Hafer, Jim Wiegand, Pat Perkins and Tim Wilcox. Ron Parson had a home run to start the seventh inning.

Softball’s R Game got its first win of the season by besting Sammy Joe’s, 17-4. Jim Kitzler and Art Anton led Softball’s R Game’s hit parade with four each. Adding three hits apiece were John Kushner, Rick Duemler and Bob Holbert. Kitzler drove in four runs and Jim Lambert, Bob Holbert, John Barracato and Art Anton brought in a pair of runs in each.

Sammy Joe’s got a pair of hits each by Charlie Clare, Mike Raines, Vern Benson and Rich Bergman. Softball’s R Game’s pitcher, Neil Marple, held Sammy Joe’s to just 11 hits.