KPMG pull off major upset
In the Softball Bermuda’s Corporate Division, winless KPMG pulled off the upset of the week against unbeaten Athene Warriors by a score of 21-8.
Eurique Wilson put on a 3-3 hitting clinic at the plate as well as homering. Team-mate Justin Luck (2-4) also put the ball over the fence. Jeff Morash, Andrew Bonner, and Akeem Ible were all 3-3 for Athene.
PWC Shipping hammered BEST Shipping 25-10. Platano Power slipped past Hakuna Matata Charters 23-21 in the A Division. Jeffrey Tapia (4-5) blasted two home runs for Platano while Albert Acevedo (4-5), Kelvin Vargas (2-4), and Andi Percy (1-4) also took the ball deep.
Hakuna’s Brian Hall had the most hits by a batter from any team in a sterling 6-6. Mark Pacheco (5-5) was also perfect in the contest against Platano while Shannon Rayner was 4-6. Platano levelled its record to 2-2 while Hakuna fall to 0-4.
Beach Bums kicked sand all over Raggamuffins in a 19-8 win in the B Division.
FIU Scared Hitless edged Team Smokey 24-22. Team Smokey relied on home runs from Quincey Jones (2-3), Joel Vis (4-5), Albert Acevedo (2-4), and Zico Burgess (3-4), but it was Lateef Trott (4-4) who powered his way to three home runs that kept his team’s hopes alive.
Marcus Johnson was in beast mode for FIU in going 5-5 with three home runs driving in eight runs. Kyle Ball (5-5, HR), Marcellus Thomas (4-5), and Kenrick Richardson, HR) aided the win by handling the bat well.
Super Express tamed the Buffaloes 18-9 victory in a battle of previously unbeaten C Division sides. Winless Five O’s put it all together to muzzle fellow bottom dwellers Shooters 26-6. Five O’s are now 1-3 and the Shooters are 0-4.
In the Women’s League, Angels cruised to a 21-13 triumph over Outback Skylights who finally started to hit.
Hardknockz came from behind to down PHC Zebras 24-18. Hardknockz only managed to stay unbeaten thanks to a 15-run fifth inning. Sarah Robinson led the way by going 4-5 with four RBI while Vanessa Paulos and Tracey Loving aided the winning cause by going 3-4 and 2-3 respectively. The top portion of the Zebras order was on fire as both Tawana Fox, Tahirah Hill and Leslie Rookes were all 4-4 and cleanup hitter Taznae Fubler was 3-3.
All games are played at the Michael Preece Softball Diamond at Bernard Park on Mondays through Thursdays starting at 6pm
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