Adult Softball


Jake Berg drilled three hits, including a home run, as Professional Finishing edged A-Bat, 10-9, on Sunday in game one.

Mike Smith also had three hits and Joe Lombardo and Jason Youngberg added two hits with a home run each.

For A-Bat, Alex Pickett produced four hits, including a pair of doubles, and Bill Lawson connected for a home run and two singles.

In the next game, Professional Finishing was a winner again, posting a 18-7 victory over the Roadhouse.

Berg blasted a home run and had three singles and Chris Patric came through with four hits. Youngberg had a pair of home runs and a single, Smith added three hits, including a home run, Tom Lombardo had three singles and Joe Lombardo smacked a pair of home runs.

For the Roadhouse, Dave Livermore homered and singled.

B&M Electric was the game-three winner, topping Professional Finishing, 11-10.

Cory Hartzell and Matt Anderson each had three hits for the B&M team while Ryan Card and Berg both stroked three hits for Professional Finishing.

In game four, Professional Finishing cruised to an 11-1 win over the Jock Shop as Sam Marra and Jon Youngberg connected for a triple and a single and Joe Lombardo had a double and single.

Professional Finishing, which is now 10-1 and sits in first place in the A Division, closed out the day with a 16-6 victory over Lena’s Pizza as Berg led the way with another homer and two singles, Card doubled and added two singles and Joe Lombardo and Mike Smith hit home runs.

Travis Melquist led Lena’s with two doubles and a single and Dave Michener had two hits.


Gametime Sports Bar & Grill got by the Bullfrog, 12-11, thanks to a game-winning hit by Sami Whippo in the top of the seventh inning.

Also for the winners, Dan Hallberg delivered four hits, Nate Peterson had three hits with a double and Levi Whippo, Jen Anderson and Amy Carmen all contributed two hits.

For the Bullfrog, Bubby Michaels smacked a double and two triples, Jeff Rasmussen added a triple and a single, Louis Dawila came through with three hits and Regan Dye had two hits.