Championship titles claimed
The Cardinali Cons defeated Casa Baeza 17-1 in the championship game to take first place in the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District’s Coed “A” League. The win snapped Casa Baeza’s three-year reign as the No. 1 coed team in Truckee.
Casa Baeza entered the playoffs with a 9-3 record, winning the first half. The defending champs defeated High Sierra Fitness Center 16-3 in the semifinals. The Cardinali Cons, in their first season in the league, rallied from a 1-2 start during the regular season to finish 10-2. They had little trouble in their semi-final game, defeating Charles Schwab 17-0.
The championship Cardinali Cons are; Bob and Terryl Stone, Donna Bergot, Sandy Hines, Evy Henkel, Robert Smith, Dan Evans, Celia Howe, Lonnie Hall, Dawn Rye, Jill Haky, Daryl Nauman, Dr. Tom Clark, John Cardinali and Jim Borghello.
Tahoe-Truckee supply used solid team defense to edge the Tahoe-Truckee medical group 7-1 to win the Coed “B” title.
The first-place Tahoe-Truckee Supply team are; Erin and Brian Smith, Linda and Kyle Adams, Patti and Bob Bena, Rhonda and Brett Churchman, Donald Smith, Gary Botto, Sue DeCoite, Judy Crom, Guylene Dwinell and Carey Krasensky.
The Sharpies defeated the NADS 16-6 to win the Coed “C” championship. The title was the second in two years for the Sharpies, who won the Coed “D” crown in 1998.
The Sharpies include Kris and Mike Norris, Hollee Collins, Dave Beckwith, Elisa and Ty Kirkpatrick, Carina and Jeff Cutler, Kathy and Steve Hartmann, True and Mike Netherby and Karen Brazier.
Schaffer Paving edged the Girlfriends 4-1 to win the Coed “D” championship. The Pavers, winners of the second half, opened the playoffs by beating the Family Connection 16-3. The other semifinal game had the Girlfriends upset the Best Western Innmates, winners of the first half, 6-4.
The first-place Schaffer Paving team are; Katie and John Schaffer, Mike DePew, Kim and Russ Rosario, Kris Scholz, Kelly and Dan Schoenberg, Rich Breuner, Dave Baker, Jeff Kroeneke, Suzanne Ruegg, Jesse Martinez, Vickie and Ron Decker, Dwanda Smith and Danielle Summers.
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The Truckee baseball team came up shy of a state championship last weekend, falling in Saturday’s title game to Virgin Valley.