Tahoe City softball leagues wrap up playoffs
The Tahoe City Public Utility District Parks and Recreation Department recently held playoffs for its summer softball program. The seven leagues include a Mens A Division, Mens B, Coed B, Coed C, Coed D, Coed Z and a Womens League.The following are brief game summaries from each leagues postseason.
The top four teams in the mens division squared off, with No. 1-seeded Habegers Produce slipping by the fourth seed, CBs Pizza/DNA Inc., 14-12. The No. 2 seed, Pete N Peters, soundly defeated Loverde Builders, 24-9. This set up the championship game with Pete N Peters taking the title from Habegers Produce by a score of 16-11.
The bottom four teams in the mens division matched up, with the No. 1 seed, Zackery Engineering, squeaking by the No. 4 seed in the last inning. The Store Free Agents 11-10. In the opposing game, second-seeded Tahoe Park Yetis edged the No. 4 seed, The Boulder, 10-6. The championship game saw a number of lead changes with Zackery Engineering taking the crown from Tahoe Park Yetis, 18-14.
In the first round of Coed B playoffs, Front Street Station defeated Granite Peak Management 17-14, while Duvall Construction defeated Auld Dubliners 13-10. In the semifinal round fifth-seeded Front Street Station upset the No. 1 seed, Appraisal Express, 24-10. In the other bracket the No. 2 seed, Mountainside Irrigation and Landscape, got by Duvall Construction 14-5. In the championship game, Mountainside Irrigation andamp; Landscape took the title from the upstart Front Street Station.
In the first round of Coed C playoffs, Odette Mortgage Group narrowly defeated AEC/RDC 10-9. Resort at Squaw Creek routed Squaw Valley Ski Resort. In the semifinal round, Odette Mortgage Group continued their winning ways and upset first-seeded Sun Dial Properties 14-11. In the other bracket the No. 2 seed, Java Hut, got by Resort at Squaw Creek 17-10. The upstart Odette Mortgage Group was ahead going into the final frame of the championship game, but Java Hut was able to muster 11 runs in the bottom half of the inning to put away OMG 20-17.
In the first round of the playoffs, A Thyme to Plant beat The Village at Squaw, Porters defeated Tahoe City Pharmacy, The Long Ballz beat Lakeview Printing and Pete N Peters defeated Tahoe Daves. In the semifinal round the No. 1 seed, A Thyme to Plant, lost to Porters 14-7. In the other bracket the No. 2 seed, The Long Ballz, won a close game by defeating Pete N Peters 6-4. The championship game matched fifth-seeded Porters against The Long Ballz, who won the Spirit award by dressing up each week in a different theme, and also won the division by defeating Porters.
Pete N Peters Rovers defeated the Luxors. Wolfdales beat Lange Custom Graphics. Bacon/Schmiers/Petes defeated Pete N Peters Rovers. Wolfdales beat University of Pete N Peters. For the championship, Bacon/Schmiers/Petes defeated Wolfdales. Scores were not available.
The league was very competitive; it came down to the final league game to determine playoff seeding. In the first round Better Late andamp; Short routed the Pink Panthers 20-7 while Pete N Peters easily got by Spindleshanks 19-8. In the championship game, Better Late andamp; Short defeated Pete N Peters 22-7 for the crown.For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Office at 583-3440, ext. 11.
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