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3 Share lead in Men's See-Way Slo-Pitch Softball Race

A three-way tie developed in the See-Way Slo-Pitch Men's Softball League on Tuesday as Ogdensburg Bowl, Mack's Tavern and Howie's scored wins. The Moose Lodge and Ogd Bowl II suffered losses and fell into a three-way tie at the top with Ogdensburg Bowl at 8-4.

Mack's Tavern 14 - Sipps 13: Mack's scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh without the benefit of a hit to win. Harrison VanBuren scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh and belted homeruns in the first and fifth innings. Mike S tripled and singled and Jesse Murray doubled and singled.

Greg Denner and Tyler Brothers tripled for Sipps, Joe Giglio doubled and Ryan Bouchey singled twice.

Bowl 19 - Bowl II 12: An eight-run second inning anchored the Ogd Bowl victory which was sparked by DaKota Brady with a double and three singles, Lefty Arsenault with a homerun and a triple, Collin Trathen with a homerun and a single, Tom Joanette with two triples and two singles and Chris Frary with two doubles and a single. Dylan Reed and Kyle Bouchard each stroked three singles.

Seth Douglas rapped a homerun and single for the Bowl II, Jackson Jones tripled and singled, Peyton Lalone doubled and singled and Brandon Mullin stroked two singles.

Howie's 9 - Moose 5: A seven-run sixth inning carried Howie's to the victory which was sparked by John Reed with a double and two singles and Andrew DeDekker and Dave Kiah with three singles. Tanner Lawrence doubled and Eric Howe and Bryan Moore each singled twice.

Justin Martel rapped two homeruns for the Moose Lodge. Pete LaBella singled three times and Bill Payne, Zach Amo and Joe Brenno all singled.

League Standings: Moose Lodge 8-4, Ogd Bowl II 8-4, Ogdensburg Bowl 8-4, Sipps 4-8, Mack's Tavern 4-8, Howie's 4-8.

Thursday: JP - 6 p.m. - Moose at Bowl II, 7:15 p.m. - Howie's vs Sipps. BP - 6 p.m. - Mack's at Ogd Bowl


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