WESTERLY — Jeff Collins homered and drove in five runs as Apice Builders earned its 10th win Friday night in the Westerly Men’s Softball League with a 15-4 victory against Hilltop Cafe at Craig Field.
Tony Apice was 4 for 4 and Jason Collins finished 3 for 4. They each drove in a run for Apice (10-1).
Earl Whitford hit a two-run homer for Hilltop (7-5).
McQuades Marketplace/The Brazen Hen............. 15
/Angie’s Pizza................. 11
Mike Keemon drove in five runs and homered for McQuade’s Marketplace/The Brazen Hen (6-5).
Keemon finished 3 for 5. Erik Lindewall was 5 for 5 with a triple and three RBIs. Ryan Hellert doubled and finished 3 for 4.
Kyle Potter and Kyle Theadore finished with two hits each for Davis Standard (3-8). Potter tripled and drove in three runs, while Theadore had a RBI.
North End Social Club... 20
Watch Hill Garage/
Aaron Bliven finished with four hits, a pair of doubles, a triple and a RBI for Lucky House (6-5).
Nick DeLauro drove in six runs, homered and went 3 for 4. Bobby Fournier was 3 for 4 with a homer and pair of RBIs.
Frank Alviani finished 2 for 2 with a RBI for Watch Hill Garage (3-9).
Physical Therapy........... 17
Cleats Sports Club
/EZ Midway Liqours....... 3
Justin Gwaltney homered twice and drove in four runs for Apice (9-1).
Gwaltney was 3 for 4. Ben Rice and Bill O’Leary were each 3 for 4. Rice hit two doubles and O’Leary had one.
Taylor Hallisey finished 2 for 3 for Cleats.
The game was ended by the mercy rule.
United Builders Supply. 14
Trivia Time USA............. 9
Fra Gencarelli tripled and drove in four runs for UBS (7-4).
Gencarelli contributed three hits. Chris Sammataro was 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs.
Seth Logan finished 3 for 4 with two RBIs.
Phil Startz tripled, doubled and drove in three runs for Trivia Time (0-11).
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