Overtime team wins league

Published 9:16 am Friday, July 23, 2010

FRANKLIN—In the Franklin Parks and Recreation Co-ed Adult Softball League, Overtime Sports Grill won the regular season championship with a 13-2 record.

The team earned the number one seed going into the post-season tournament.

Franklin Collision Center finished in second place with an 11-4 record.

Overtime Sports Grill and Franklin Collision Center received first-round byes going into the double elimination tournament.

In the first round of the tournament, the No. 5 seed David’s Market got a forfeit win over No. 4 Grey Fox.

In the other first round game, No. 3 Mudduck Express beat No. 6 seed State Farm Insurance 14-9.

In the second round of the winners’ bracket, top seeded Overtime Sports Grill knocked off fifth-seeded David’s Market 16-1.

In the second winner’s bracket game, second-seeded Franklin Collision Center scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge the third seed Mudduck Express 8-6.

Standings: won loss

Overtime Sports Bar 13 2

Franklin Collision Center 11 4

Mudduck Express 9 6

Grey Fox 7 8

David’s Market 3 12

State Farm Insurance 2 13


In Franklin Parks and Recreation Coach-Pitch action, the Wolfpack remained in first place with a 13-7 win over the Hustlers. The Wolfpack led 9-4 going into the fourth inning and held off the second place Hustlers.

In a heat re-scheduled game, the Hustlers scored 5 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to edge the Braves 16-15.

In other action, the Braves beat the Blasters 22-9. After being tied with the Blasters 7-7 going into the bottom of the second inning, the Braves exploded for 11 runs in the next two innings to win.

Standings: won loss

Wolfpack 7 2

Hustlers 5 4

Braves 4 5

Blasters 1 8

Junior League Baseball

In Junior Baseball action, after falling behind 9-1 after 1 ½ innings, Parker Oil scored 10 runs in the bottom of the second inning to lead 11-9. In the first inning, Lamba Nu’s Bruce Bryant and Raquan Parker hit back-to-back home runs, and later in the inning, back-to-back hits.

In the fourth inning, a hit by Jaquan Walton and another home run by Parker tied the game at 13-13. Two walks and hits by Masco Barrett and Shuntrel McNear got the win for Parker Oil.

Lynn Lawson was the winning pitcher, and Raquan Parker took the loss.

Standings: won loss

Parker Oil 4 4

Lambda Nu 4 4