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Twelve Co-Ed games played last week


Pierre Bibbs

Kyle Boos prepares to hit what would be a fence clearing home run during a softball game.

The softball fields in Trafton Park saw plenty of action on Monday, July 22, and Tuesday, July 23, as teams in the Malta Parks and Recreation Co-Ed Softball Leagues played 12 games.

On Monday, July 22, 99 Problems but a Pitch Ain't One (99 Problems) defeated The Grounders 9-3. Independence Bank narrowly defeated Make Softball Great Again (MSGA) 9-8. Oh My Quad defeated The Grounders 9-5. 99 Problems defeated Rusty Bullets 16-4. Heavy Hitters defeated the Northern Crusty Sox 16-12 in the highest scoring game of the week, and Oh My Quad defeated The Free Agents 12-2.

Tuesday proved to be a da...

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