Top hitters for High Temp were Kauppila, who had four hits, and
Jeff Roberts, Kendall and Trevor Boynton each added two.
Danny Ramos and Andrew Fischer had one hit.
Brendan Mulligan had the only hit for City Employees.
Glendale Police 5, Gangi Builders 1: David Whitaker surrendered
one run and scattered eight hits to lead the Glendale Police.
Michael Timpson and Matthew Eman each had two hits for the
James Heineman Jr., Kyle Pomeroy, Joshua Torrez and Jack Snyder
each had a hit for the Glendale Police.
Gangi was led by Justin Woodward's two hits. Martin Rivera, Alex
Reid, Anthony Tellache, Jack Hempel, Evan Casuas and Niko Horwith
each had a hit for the Gangi Builders.
Glendale Firemen's Club 8, Trotta Floor Coverings 4: Mike Bako's
three-run homer in the top of the seventh inning propelled the
Glendale Firemen's Club.
Bako also picked up the win for the Glendale Firemen's Club and
added a single.
Teammates Matthew Peter, Jerry Butt and Grant Sclafani each had
two hits and Daniel Physioc had one.
Trotta Floor Coverings got two hits from Tyler Schloessmann.
Bradley Herod, Kyle Booth, Christopher Suh, Daniel Olson and R.J.
Keenan's each had one hit for Trotta Floor Coverings.
High Temp Metals 12, Landry's Sporting Goods 0: Lonnie Kauppila
struck out 12 and pitched his second straight shutout to spark the
High Temp Metals.
Kauppila also chipped in with three hits. Teammate Steve Gorman
had three hits, and Andrew Fisher finished with two hits. Danny Ramos
hit his first home run of the season for High Temp and Cole Kendall
added a double.
Landry's was led by Kyle Cola's two hits. Connor Smith also added
one hit for Landry's.
Gangi Builders 12, Glendale City Employees 5: Justin Woodward
starred on both ends for the Gangi Builders. He finished with two
hits and picked up the win on the mound.
Max Hempel also had two hits for Gangi Builders, which received
one hit apiece from Hubert Pena, Anthony Tellache, Martin Rivera,
Alex Reid and Evan Casuas.
Glendale was led by Nail Nolan's two hits. Brendan Mulligan, Rich
Maloof and Joshua Alcade each had a hit for the Glendale City
Landry's Sporting Goods 13, Glendale City Employees 3: Troy