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Islander catches 13-inch fish Win puts Catalina .owhere' a, ch r, -"thesoore at Catalina Bravo's Landscaping got on the Bravo's L 5, Catalina Express at the top of board in the bottom of the inning Express 36. the league so far when Justin Hernandez hit a dou- For Bravo's Landscaping, Jose ble, and scored on the inside the Cucvas collcctcd thrcc hits. Justin BY PAUl ENGEL park homcrun from Jose Cucvas. Hcrnandcz and Edgar Alvarcz In the top of the fifth, Beto -had two hits. With one hit were FOR THE ISLANDER Martin opened the inning with a Joe Hernandcz, Ryan Hinklcy, Game one in the Avalon triple. Anthony Hernandez, Kevin Sebastian Sanchez fo.llowedMartinez and Santiago Martincz. Summer Softball League was a with a homerun. Two errors,For Catalina Express, Ryan forfeit by Straight Up Builders to Avalon Freight Services. The a base hit, and a double from Santorocollcctcdsixhits. Cristian fireworks at the Isthmus were in Cristian Martinez brought home Martinez, Beto Martin, Manny three more. Hernandez and Paul Daniel Romo conflict with the softball games. Catalina Express kept the pres- had five hits. Julian Tejcda, Maybe next year the fireworks sure on with three more runs in Sebastian Sanchez and Juan De will be on a Saturday night so that the sixth on a walk and two base La Cruz contributed four hits. those of us who honor our softball hits. commitment can also have the Bravo's Landscaping used two Schedule for opportunity to watch them. base hits and good running to score one in the bottom of the Friday, July 13 Game two sixth. Game two between Catalina In the top of the seventh, with 6 p.m.--Bravo's Landscaping Express and Bravo's Landscaping one out and two on, Joe Hernandez versus Avalon Freight Services started off as a close game. made the highlight reel with his 7:45 p.m. Catalina Express With only eight players, sprint from shortstop to left cen- versus Straight Up Builders Catalina Express kept Bravo's ter to make the incredible over Landscaping scoreIess the first the shoulder diving catch to deny three innings. Catalina Express Manny Hernandez the RBI hit. got on the board in the third when Catalna Express rallied after Catalina Express--3-O-1 "fop to bottom: Slater Bray, Austin Amaros0, Asht0n Bray, Mary Meguire, Braden Reinhart, and Ethan Bray. Cristian Martinez hit a double and that. A total of seven base hits Avalon Freight Services --2-2 Courtesy photo later scored, brought home six runs. Bravo's Landscaping--2-2 In the top of ihe fourth, Catalina Express wasn't done Straight Up Builders 0-3-1 Slater Bray, Avalon 11 inches Catalina Express broke the game with the offense. BY DAVID HARI Austin Amaroso, Avalon--10 open. In the eighth inning, they Top Batters FOR THEISLANDER inches Eight singles, and doubles again batted around the order,Beto Martin .750 from Beto Martin and Cristian this time eight base hits, doubles Mario Jimenez .727 The largest fish caught at 11 and over Martinez added up to nine runs. from Cristian Martinez and Beto Tommy Vega--.714 the Catalina Fishing Derby on Ethan Bray, Avalon 12 inches Kevin Martinez of Bravo's Martin, and home runs from Beto Cristian Martinez .667 Wednesday, July 11, measured 13 Mary Meguire, Sacramento--ll Landscaping made a great over Martin and Cristian Martinez Weston Leonhardi .667 inches long and was caught by inches the shoulder catch in right center brought a round dozen home. Jose Octavt>--.643 Avalon resident Ashton Bray in the Tanner Carjenes, Orange field to keep more runs off the In their final at bat, Bravo'sJ.D. Laflin .643 10 and under division. The next County--9 inches board. Landscaping showed some life. Tyson Farley--.642 largest fish was 12 inches long and Tyler Lane ended, e. inning Four base hits brought home two Weston Leonhardi.583 was caught by Ethan Bray in the 11 Most fish caught With an .gmazing c0m -from runs. Bart Glasd"* 571 and over division. Madeline Castro, 10 and under " : of Los Angeles, caught the most- Madeline Castro, Los Angeles, fish, 11 in all, in the 10 and under 11 division. Slater Bray, Avalon, 10 Ashton Bray, Avalon 9 " ,corn Biggest fish caught: l 1 and over 10 and under Braden Reinhart, Ventura, 6 I lall lMw Ashton Bray, Avalon 13 inches Ethan Bray, Avalon, 6; Steven Remery publisher@localnewspaper.org Mary Meguire, Sacramento, 6 [allot David Young Most unusual: editor@thecatalinalslander.com Ethan Bray, of Avalon, caught Associate Editor a bird. Charles Kelly editor20sunnews.org David Hart is recreation coordi- I iv U iag Account Mamagw nator for the city of Avalon. Jennifer Hartinger jenniferOthecatalinaislander.com Office Manager Kristy Throndson office@t hecatalinalsla nder.com Legals Shavone Pacheco adrnin support@communitymediaus.com Multimedia Director Franco Te 635 CRESCENT AVE SUITE A AVALON, CA 90704 Purchase a Brick for the Memorial (310) 510-0500 FAX= 0110) S10-2882 Postmaster: Lively Talk, Book Signing Send addre~ changes to The Catalina Islander P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 DWmUN~ Ca,end=:,oon Monde, ,ews:5 m. 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