Stone’s tops D1 action
Following are standings in the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District’s adult softball leagues:
Los Altos has a strong 5-1 lead in the men’s D4 league, a game in front of second-place contenders Mountain Lake Painting, Ambassadors II and Village Green Mobile Home, all of which are 4-2.
The Ambassadors are 2-4, while Pizza junction and Bovenzi Homes/Gunter Construction are each 1-5.
In the men’s D3 league, Calvary Chapel shows the other teams the light with a 5-1 first-place. Alpine Meadows and Sugar Bowl are tied at 4-2; Underachievers are 3-3, Sven’s Refinishing is 2-3, while Boreal is 1-4 and Roy Adams Construction is 1-5.
Undefeated Northstar-at-Tahoe leads the way in the men’s D2 league at 6-0; Irish Waters is 4-2, Squaw Valley and Meng Construction are 3-3, Longs Outlaws and Vacation Property Management are 2-4 and No Names are 1-5.
Stone’s Tire No. 1 is on top of the men’s D1 league at 5-0, while Pete ‘N Peter’s is 3-2, Taco Station is 2-3 and Stone’s Tire No. 2 is 0-5.
Casa Baeza serves up the fuego in the coed A league with a 4-0 record; Charles Schwab is 3-1, High Sierra Fitness Center is 2-2, while Cardinali Cons, Tahoe Donner, Tahoe Truckee Supply and North Tahoe Orthopedic are each 1-3.
In the coed B league, it is Boice Countryside, Realtors atop the standings with 4-0, Stone’s Tire and Truckee Automotive are tied for second at 3-1, Truckee River Glass and Bank Robbers are tied at 2-2, Coakley Construction and Town of Truckee are 1-3 and Northstar-at-Tahoe is 0-4.
Tahoe-Truckee Medical Group tops the coed C league with 4-0; Matt’s Yard Maintenance trails a game back at 3-1. Two games out at 2-2 each are NADS, Truckee Five-0, Tahoe Taps and Sharpies. Trek Alliance is 1-3 and Wild Cherries is 0-4.
Coed D league leaders Best Western Innmates are 4-1, while Family Connection and Pizza Junction are 3-2; Calvary Chapel and Shaffer Paving are 2-3; the Girlfriends are 1-4.
In the women’s league, Ranch Hands and Tahoe Forest are 4-2, the Pink Panthers are 3-2, Chateau Cadeau is 2-2 and Pete ‘N Peter’s are 0-4.
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