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Heavenly stomps Kiwanis

Tribune Staff Report

Steve Humphreys’ homer highlighted a 10-run seventh inning as Heavenly turned a close game with Kiwanis into a 17-4 blowout in the South Tahoe Parks and Recreation Recreational Coed League on Monday.

Molly Cuffe hit a double and Larry Gralinik drilled two singles during the productive inning.

Gralinik went 5 for 5 and Lezlee Cain and Jimmy Howen had three hits for Heavenly.

Margie Maxheimer delivered a triple and two singles for Kiwanis.

E.B. Aviation 24, Z.C. Resort 9

Zephyr Cove Resort jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first inning, but Emerald Bay Aviation turned the game into a laugher with a seven-run second, an eight-run third and a six-run fourth.

Rusty Raynes hit for the cycle, including a three-run homer in the first inning. Joanna Bowman, Adam Lapaille and Corey Glover joined Raynes in the four-hit club.

Jesse Caschao went 3 for 3 for Zephyr Cove, and Rob Petterson smashed a homer.

Welcome’s 26, Tahoe Keys 13

Welcome’s Auto Body took care of business in the first frame, scoring 11 runs on 15 hits. Roy Testa, Kelly Moe, Wayne Belshe and Tracy Belshe had two hits in the first inning.

The Belshes, Shannon Testa, Bill Peterson and Julie Connelly collected four hits. Gigi Moran, Gene Dultore and Michelle Ganin had three hits for Tahoe Keys.

Men’s D League

AM Construction 12, The Village 2

AM Construction didn’t waste any time in its season opener, scoring four runs in the first inning. Ron Yokotake hit a two-run double in his first at-bat and John Anderson followed with an RBI triple.

Steve Rapkin clouted a three-run homer and two singles for AM. AM’s Tim and Christian Anderson were double trouble with each delivering three hits. Christian had a two-run homer in the seventh.

Robert Swift had two hits and scored a Village run.

Meek’s 12, Forest Service 9

Meek’s parlayed two homers and two doubles into victory.

Jacob Green and Pete Caramazz cleared the fence while Shawn Reed doubled twice.

Forest Service gamely rallied, scoring five runs in the seventh, but left runners on second and third. Vince Smith homered and Dave Cotter and Mike Jepson supplied three hits.

Zephyr Cove 20, Embassy 9

A seven-run first inning simplified Zephyr Cove Resort’s task.

Rob Peterson highlighted the first with a two-run triple.

Zephyr Cove’s Mark Conrad had a roundtripper among his three hits. Glen Catron Oswald Martinez delivered three hits for the winners. Shawn Vally led Embassy Suites with three hits.

Men’s A League

Camp Rich 23, McCall 13

Zach Montoya hit three bombs and scored four runs as Camp Richardson Resort derailed McCall Realty.

Jon Heatherton also homered for Camp Rich. Montoya and Tim Cain led Camp Rich with four hits and four runs scored.

John Rice homered twice for McCall.

Womack’s 14, Harrah’s 13

Womack’s used four doubles and a single to rally for four runs in the seventh inning.

With Harrah’s ahead 13-10, doubles by Matt Amaya, Matt Baily, Allen Goldstone and Rudy Ramirez got the rally going. Glen Zimmer also delivered a timely single.

Goldstone was perfect at the plate, cranking two homers, a double and a single. Zimmer also rapped four hits.

Harrah’s scored all of its runs in the first and fifth innings. Gary Yasumoto of Harrah’s connected for four hits while John Vineyard singled twice and homered.

Sports Medicine 6, Rojo’s 5

Bill Wasilchuk saved spectators some sleep by slapping a game-winning single with two outs in the eighth inning.

Gary Moore and Steve Weiss singled to start a Rojo’s rally in the eighth, but the next three batters were retired.

Men’s B League

Royal Valhalla 9, Reflection 7

Jason McCloud’s two-run single in the sixth inning helped Royal Valhalla rally from a 5-4 deficit Tuesday night.

McCloud led the winners with three singles.

Joe Puleri and Joel Sherman knocked in runs in the seventh inning, but Reflection Eyewear left runners on first and second bases.

Jeff Steele, Kris Hunt and Wes Deputy topped Reflection with three hits. Deputy and Joe Babich left the yard.

Dalton 12, CV Masonry 6

Scott Rogers legged out a two-run triple in the third inning and singled twice, leading Dalton Construction to the win.

Rogers, Paul Dannco and Chad Sanchez singled in runs during a six-run fifth inning that broke the game open.

Chad Reichle blasted a two-run homer and a two-run double for Central Valley Masonry.

Water Wheel 14, Harrah’s 7

Mike Moss belted a two-run homer and Tom Erwin added a two-run single as Water Wheel tallied five runs in the second inning and poured it on from there.

Moss, Ricky Reich, Mike Hartley and John Moss stroked three hits for Water Wheel. Bryan Casuscelli singled and scored three runs for Harrah’s Bears.


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