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Adult softball league results

The J Hudson Memorial End of Season Tourney has been completed with many of the usual things taking place in a tourney of this type. First, it is not easy for the season champ to repeat as the tourney champ, and it did not happen this year either. The No. 1 seed (Dripping Royalty) and No. 2 (Slapnut Magoos) were thrown into the loser's bracket with an opening loss. These seeds usually draw a first round bye and catch a team that gets hot in their first game. After the first night the No. 6 (T-Baggers) and No.5 (Chronic Offenders) had packed their bags until next season. The top two seeds found themselves in the elimination game to begin the final night. Meanwhile, the No. 3 (Sons of Pitches) and No. 4 (#Town) were the two undefeated teams.

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Adult softball league results

As the season begins to wane in the Thursday night adult softball league, there becomes the normal of teams upsetting other teams they did not defeat when it really counted. In the premier game of the night, the league-leading Dripping Royalty took care of second place Slapnut Magoos to widen their lead. However, in the final game of the night, an awakened Sons of Pitches run-ruled the Royalty. After failing to show the previous week, #Town returned to win a pair of games. The teams have at least one more night in league play before competing in the end of season tourney.

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Adult softball league results

The Tuesday night adult softball league has completed its summer season amid some very close races. The number of teams that usually enter was seriously affected by the threat of the virus and rightly so. Only four teams ended up playing the season but it certainly did not affect how competitive the league ended up being. Most games were hotly contested with bigtime plays. And like most summer leagues, teams had to deal with missing players along the way and generally the teams that could expect most of their players to show up each night had better success. In addition, the batting title literally came down to the players final at bat.

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