Doug's Captures Women's Softball Playoff Title
Doug's Tavern secured two wins over Woody's on Sunday at Peg LaVigne Field to claim the 2019 Playoff Championship of the Ogdensburg's Women's Softball League.
Top seeded Doug's rode the comeback trail and the express lane to claim the championship bouncing back from a 7-0 deficit to score to score a 17-8 victory on the strength an 11-run bottom of the sixth inning and then scoring an 8-3 win in the final game.
Third-seeded Woody's reached the finals with a 9-8 playback win over Currier's which eliminated second seeded Howie's earlier in the day.
Following the game Doug's was honored as the playoff champions, The Place and Woody's were cited as co-recipients of the Rene Robinson Memorial Sportsmanship Award and Brittany Kenyon of Woody's was recognized with the Bob Klein Memorial Award which goes to a player who shows outstanding sportsmanship and a special love for the game.
Doug's 18 - Woody's 3: Hannah Bowden scored three runs and Kari Lovely, Heather Johnson, Skye Sharpe and Yvonne Gibbs all scored twice for Doug's which pulled away with six runs in the fourth inning and four in the sixth. Angie Caufield, Kristie DeDekker and Brittany Kenyon all scored for Woody's.
Doug's 17 - Woody's 8: Chelsea Hargrave scored three times and along with Sarah Waite and Yvonne Gibbs reached base twice in Doug's 11-run sixth inning. Hannah Bowden, winning pitcher Casey Jones and Gibbs all scored twice.
Lori Garno, Kristie DeDekker, Austie Claxton and Brittany Kenyon all scored twice for Woody's which opened a 7-0 lead in the first two innings.
Woody's 9 - Currier's 8: Kristie DeDekker singled and scored after singles by Lori Garno, Austie Claxton, Brittany Kenyon and Emily Mitchell to tally the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning. Farrell singled twice in the game, Garno lined three singles, Claxton delivered a double and two singles, Mitchell doubled and singled, Jessica Mitchell singled twice and Angie Caufield doubled for the winners.,
Mel Campbell homered and singled for Currier's and Kareen and Erica Bedford both singled twice.