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Jimmy's II wins softball league title

For the third year in a row, Jimmy's II has captured the Over 35 Softball League playoff championship. Jimmy's II won the title with a 13-6 victory over Anchor Bar, the regular season champion.

For the third year in a row, Jimmy’s II has captured the Over 35 Softball League playoff championship. Jimmy’s II won the title with a 13-6 victory over Anchor Bar, the regular season champion.

Leading the way for the winning team were Nate Brown, Casey Jensen, Kevin Kern and Al Kurtz. All four players went 3-for-5 at the plate to account for 12 of their team’s 19 total hits. Brown counted a home run and a double among his hits, while Jensen and Kurtz both hit triples. Kurtz was also the winning pitcher for Jimmy’s II.

Anchor Bar was held to one run in the first eight innings but then scored five in the final frame. Robbie Anderson, Bruce Haraldson, Greg Mainella and Tom Markee all went 2-for-3. One of Anderson’s hits was a triple.

As a team, Anchor Bar finished with 13 hits. Tom Roeber suffered the loss on the mound.

The Over 35 Softball League will wrap up its season at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday with the annual All-Star game held at the 58th Street fields.

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Representing the All-Stars in the game against Jimmy’s II will be players from five teams. DeRailed is represented by Joe Olesiak Jr., Tony DiMarco and Gary Allen; Jack’s Place by Cory Johnson, Mark LaPorte and Edwin Murray; Jimmy’s I by Matt Gannucci, Jason Gannucci and Duane Moller; and Mike’s Place by Polly Barton, Mike Jones, John Hunker and Bruce Olson. Anchor Bar will also play in the All-Star game but has yet to submit player names.

Members of the playoff champion Jimmy’s II team are: Brown, Jeff Gilbertson, Jensen, Kern, Jason Kolodziej, Kurtz, Brian Lisdahl, Rian Lisdahl, Jason Moen, Matt Sanoski, Doug Trentor and Dan Vicklund.

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