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by Nick Bowen - Special to the SGN

There were tough games across all divisions this weekend as the Emerald City Softball Association Open League played at their home fields at North SeaTac Park. All divisions had the league leaders in action. The rain held off for the early games but eventually began late but were not enough to halt the great play on the fields.

In the open C division the idle Maulers and Poco remain tied for the top spot with four wins and only one loss. The Bulldogs and Thrusters both had a chance to take sole possession of first place, but the Bulldogs lost an early morning game in a bit of an upset to the Thunder, by a final of 13-4. They regrouped and came back in their next game to beat the Thrusters by a final of 14-12. With the Thrusters topping the Thunder 17-10, this leaves both Bulldogs and Thrusters with identical records at five wins and two losses, and scant percentage points behind the division leaders. The Animals played tough on Sunday and scrapped out three victories to run their record to 3-2 on the season. Steve P. led the Otters with five RBIs, four in one game. Defensively, he snagged two screaming lines drives out of the air at first base in the Otters first win of the season.

The D division saw the Rockets and Saints continue their winning ways to finish the day tied at 7-0 on the season. The Atomic lost a tough game against the Xtreme to finish the week at 6-1, tied with the Drillers one game back of the leaders. The Rockets had a big game vs. the Rouges, winning by 19, then the Wolves, who started slow but came back in the final three innings to close the gap, and gave the Rockets their closest game of the year so far.

The open A division saw some great action again this week, with Gregg B. stepping up big defensively for the B division Shock team in their game against the Knights. His solid and impressive plays at third base, including some very hard-hit line drives and some great throws to first, kept the Knights at bay while the Shock offense took care of business on the other side. The Pilots continued to win, with close games against the Shock and Vendetta to stay unbeaten at 4-0 and atop the B division.

Remember you can follow all the action of the league at our website, www.emeraldcitysoftball.org

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