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BAPOS, AMBASSADORS, MOVEMENTS WIN IN OVER-40

Oct. 22, 2001 – The Bapos rode over the Roughnecks 10-6, the Ambassadors tamed the Savages 9-5, and the Movements rolled past the Royals 19-6 in Susthens Vialet Over-40 League softball action Sunday on St. Thomas that saw just one home run in the three contests despite a total of 55 points scored.
In Game 1, the top hitters for the Bapos were Dexter Freeman, 3 for 4; Levron Sarauw, 2 for 3; and Bernard Phipps and Raymond Smith, both 3 for 5. Wellington Philpott paced the Roughnecks with 3 hits in 4 trips, and Ed Warner contributed 2 for 4. Jacob Lettsom (1-0) was the winning pitcher; Delbert Phipps (0-2) took the loss.
In the second game, Adelbert Hendricks soloed in the fifth inning for the only homer of the day. Hitting for the Ambassadors, Calvin Thomas smacked a perfect 3 for 3, Robert O'Connor was 2 for 3, and Fritz Boynes and James Penn each added 2 for 4. For the Savages, Bernard Douglas hit 2 for 3 and Hendricks and Franklyn Seele were 2 for 4. Penn (1-0) took pitching honors, with Caswill Callender the losing hurler.
In Game 3, Wayne Victoria and John Petersen both contributed 3 hits in 4 at bats for the Movements, with Leon Reovan adding 2 for 3. The Royals' only multi-hittter was Rafael Tabares, with 2 hits in his 3 at-bats. Alvin Morgin (2-0) took the win and Errol Goodings (0-1) was the losing pitcher.
The Over 40 League is taking a break locally while players to travel to Arizona for Men's Senior Baseball League World Series competition Monday through Saturday. The next home games will be Nov. 11 — the Movements vs. the Bapos, the Ninjars vs. the Ambassadors, the Roughnecks vs. the Dynamics, and the Savages vs. the Ninjars.

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Oct. 22, 2001 - The Bapos rode over the Roughnecks 10-6, the Ambassadors tamed the Savages 9-5, and the Movements rolled past the Royals 19-6 in Susthens Vialet Over-40 League softball action Sunday on St. Thomas that saw just one home run in the three contests despite a total of 55 points scored.
In Game 1, the top hitters for the Bapos were Dexter Freeman, 3 for 4; Levron Sarauw, 2 for 3; and Bernard Phipps and Raymond Smith, both 3 for 5. Wellington Philpott paced the Roughnecks with 3 hits in 4 trips, and Ed Warner contributed 2 for 4. Jacob Lettsom (1-0) was the winning pitcher; Delbert Phipps (0-2) took the loss.
In the second game, Adelbert Hendricks soloed in the fifth inning for the only homer of the day. Hitting for the Ambassadors, Calvin Thomas smacked a perfect 3 for 3, Robert O'Connor was 2 for 3, and Fritz Boynes and James Penn each added 2 for 4. For the Savages, Bernard Douglas hit 2 for 3 and Hendricks and Franklyn Seele were 2 for 4. Penn (1-0) took pitching honors, with Caswill Callender the losing hurler.
In Game 3, Wayne Victoria and John Petersen both contributed 3 hits in 4 at bats for the Movements, with Leon Reovan adding 2 for 3. The Royals' only multi-hittter was Rafael Tabares, with 2 hits in his 3 at-bats. Alvin Morgin (2-0) took the win and Errol Goodings (0-1) was the losing pitcher.
The Over 40 League is taking a break locally while players to travel to Arizona for Men's Senior Baseball League World Series competition Monday through Saturday. The next home games will be Nov. 11 -- the Movements vs. the Bapos, the Ninjars vs. the Ambassadors, the Roughnecks vs. the Dynamics, and the Savages vs. the Ninjars.