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Co-ed teams battle for first
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Napa pitcher Monica Carlton floats a ball across the plate. Napa kept the contest close throughput the game. Unfortunately Napa fell short, losing by one run.
On Tuesday evening the Co-ed softball league at Bill Page ball park was in full swing after rain would postponed play on Monday.The first game to take place was in the Baby Doll League. The match-up would see Jimmy’s Lawn Care take on the Napa Auto Parts team.Napa would keep the game close, but Lawn Care would edge out a 7-4 victory and hold off their opponent.In the top of the first, Napa would not allow a single hit, and struck out three. Lawn Care returned the favor when they also struck out three batters.In the top of the second, Isaiah Bly led off with a triple.