Shawville’s three-pitch and fastball scorcher
Willow Hollow Farms claimed the top spot in the three-pitch tournament, and donated the $500 purse back to the R.A. Back row, from left: Ben Younge, Michael Baker, Brad Pender, Dave Hobbs, Joey Hannaberry, Kenny Thomas, Steve McCord, and Matt Greer. Front row, from left: Erin Durant, Katie Dolan, Leigh Dolan, and Lynn Kearns.
The Truckers, sponsored by Ian Peck Trucking, took home second place in the three-pitch tournament. Back row, from left: Tadd McCallum, Orry Peck, Darryl Crawford, Jaret Peck, Tyler Alexander, Tyler Toupin, and Brad Peck. Front row, from left: Amanda McLachlin, Mallory Peck, and Leen Matthyssen.
In a close match, Lane McMurtry of Tubman’s Twins rounded out the final men’s fastball game with a home-run hit, winning the game for them 4 – 3. Back row, from left: Lane McMurtry, Brad Pender, Steve McCord, Shane Powell, Matt Greer and Daniel Kingdon. Front row, from left: Earl Kearns, Dave Hobbs, Christopher Hobbs, Lenny Burger, and Tim Ferrigan.
Sept. 22-24, 2017
The Shawville and District Recreation Association hosted a three-pitch and fastball tournament last weekend, seeing over ten teams bring their A game to the field, despite enduring record hot September temperatures.
Kicking the fastball games off Friday night, the Tubman Auto Body Twins took on the Micksburg Twins, with the former winning 11 – 4 in this first match. This wouldn’t be the last these teams saw of each other on the weekend, though.
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