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Beersheba Softball League Ends Season

Posted on Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 12:41 pm

Beersheba Softball League ended the season this past week, with BAD winning first place in the men’s division with a 17-3 record; followed by Bubba’s with a record of 15-5. Jake Rymer won the batting title hitting 60/74 with an 811 batting average. The home run king goes to Bubba Colston, with 17 homers; Zack Rubley’s 15 in second; and Rymer’s 14 in third. In Junior League, B&P Lamp placed first with Wolfie’s in second. Wolfpack won the 13-15 age group over Green Machine. Lusk Motorsports won the 10-12 age division over Panhandle Baptist Church. Wolfies won coach pitch age, beating Green Logging; Avengers won the T-Ball division over Little Loggers. Pictured is Team BAD coached by Justin Fults.