SPORTS

X-Treme H20 wins two on the diamond

Tina Harbuck The Destin Log

X-Treme H20 put up 57 runs for two victories in the Men’s Softball League at Morgan Sports Center in Destin.

X-Treme beat World Famous Crab Island 30-9 and Harbor Docks 27-3.

In the win over Crab Island, Josh Snyder knocked in six runs for X-Treme on two doubles and three singles.

X-Treme jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first inning and then put the game away in five.

Marc Bergerstock hit two triples and two doubles for three RBIs for X-Treme, and Jeremy Vaiyanet clobbered two homers. Chris Terry, Todd Preston and Brian Martinez each hit home runs.

J.B. Salinas doubled and singled for three RBIs for Crab Island, while Rick Ivey hit two singles.

Against Harbor Docks, X-Treme dominated with a 17-1 lead after two innings of play. X-Treme picked up two more runs in the third and eight in the fourth. Harbor Docks scored two last runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Terry was tops for X-Treme with two home runs and two singles for four RBIs. Bergerstock slapped a home run and three doubles for four RBIs, and Billy Roof hit two doubles and two singles for four RBIs. Martinez also hit a home run shot.

Eddie Morgan connected for two singles and one RBI for Harbor Docks. Brandon Patzig and Luke Smith each doubled.

• Doc’s Softball Club 25, Heritage Tree Service 22

After trailing for five innings, Doc’s pulled it out in the last two innings with three runs in the sixth and one run in the seventh.

Adam Conant knocked in four runs on a homer, double and three singles for Doc’s. Joseph Pike doubled and hit three singles for three RBIs, and Vinny Carnazza doubled and hit three singles for two RBIs. Torrence Washington ripped a home run.

Brandon Daughtry doubled and hit three singles for two RBIs for Heritage. Corey Griffith tripled, doubled and singled for three RBIs, and Kurt Haynes doubled and hit two singles for three RBIs. Chris Tarplee and Mike Haynes each blasted home runs for Heritage.

• Sunsouth Builders 16, Busch Leaguers 15

At the end of four innings, the game was tied at 10-10. In the sixth, each team scored five runs to keep the game deadlocked. In the top of the seventh, Sunsouth scored one and then held Busch scoreless in the bottom half.

Todd Schrag was the big stick for Sunsouth with a home run, triple, double and two singles for five RBIs. Frank Lazano tripled, doubled and singled for three RBIs, and Josh Livingston hit two doubles and a single for three RBIs.

Ranson Early was top batter for Busch with a home run, two triples, a double and a single for two RBIs. Kyle Ely knocked in three runs on a home run shot, triple, two doubles and a single.

• Busch Leaguers 30, 30Aces 18

The game was tied at 10-10 after four innings. Busch Leaguers came on strong in the last three innings posting six in both the sixth and seventh innings.

Tyler Heintvleman ripped a triple, two doubles and a single for three RBIs for Busch. Jake Small and Robert Price each clobbered home runs.

Bobby Griffith knocked in five runs on a homer, triple, two doubles and a single for 30Aces. Geoff Tullis connected f or two triples, a double and a single for four RBIs, and David Hester tripled, doubled and singled for three RBIs.