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Friday, November 6. 2009 The CATAUNA ISLANDER Page 7 II It's been an exciting two w~eks in Co-Ed Softball. On Oct. 22 the first game was between The Lobster Trap and The Beach House. In this back and forth game the lead changed hands seven times. When the dust set- tied, The Lobster Trap was up by two going mto the bottom of the sixth inning. With time expired, The Beach House rallied to score two to tie the game. The game ended in a stale- mate, with the score 13-13. For the Lobster Trap, Jorge Hernandez had four hits. Carlos Hernandez was three for three with a walk. Nick Flores, Manny Hernandez and Cathy McCormick all had two hits. Julio Chavoya and Chelsea McCormick each con- tributed one hit. For The Beach House the hot bag belonged to Gregg Miller, a perfect four for four. Juan Huizar had three hits, while Richard Ferrari contributed with two: Samantha Penhall and Ofelia Jimenez each collected one hit. The second game of the night featured The Busy Bee and Straight Up Builders. This was another high scoring game. After four innings Straight Up Builders was ahead 12 to 3. In the fifth The Busy Bee overtook the lead with 10 runs crossing the plate. Straight Up came right back with four runs and resumed the lead. In the top of the sixth The Busy B6e tied the game with three runs With one out, Jimmy Felix hit in Isaac Felix for the game-winner for Straight Up Builders. Final score The Busy Bee 16, Straigh~ Up Builders 17. For The Busy Bee Jose Cuevas and Chuy Sillas each had three hits. Mario Chavez and Tomas Morono had two hits, while Jesse Gallegos, Chuck Martin and Chela Hemandez all had one hit. For Straight Up Builders Doug Jann was four for four while Isaac Felix was three for three with a walk. Dustin Cookman and Cindy Morris both had two hits, while Jimmy Felix, Josh Flynn, Ed Arnold Sr., Ralph Jelenick, Courtney Neavy and Aimee Claggett all had one hit. More exciting games were on tap last week. In game one The Beach House and The Busy Bee faced off. The Busy Bee jumped off to ar~ early lead with three in the first and one in the second. The Beach House scored two in the third. The Busy Bee got one more in the fifth. Beach House answered back with one in the sixth, then tied it up with two in the seventh. With two outs, Chuy Sillas came up with the clutch hit to score Jose Cuevas for the win for Busy Bee. Final score The Beach House 5, The Busy Bee 6. For The Beach House, Roberto Cisneros-had three hits. Frank Rojo, Gregg Miller, Richard Ferrari, Armando Pimentel, Mindy Malan- and Ofelia Jimenez all had one hit. For The Busy Bee Jose Cuevas and Chuy Sillas were four for four. Mario Chavez and Jesse Gallegos had two hits. With one hit each were Juan Huizar, Tomas Moreno and Tracy Larsen. Stan#ings Straight Up Builders-3-2 The Busy Bee-3-2 The Beach House-2-2-1 The Lobster Trap-2-2-1 Sr,/ u/e for Thurs Nov. 5 6 p.m.-The Lobster Trap versus The Busy Bee 7:30 p.m.-Straight Up Builders ver- sus The Beach House Avalon Football History Senior runnin~ back, Brian Ramirez, became the first player in Avalon football history to rush for more than 1000 yards on Oct 23. His season total'now stands at 1140 yards with 28 touchdowns. See related stories on page 5 I ]