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Whitehorse Saloon proves too much for Packin' Heat

 

Andrew Hines

George Spady makes contact with the ball and sends it deep into left field for Whitehorse Saloon at Twin Rivers Park.

The Arlington Co-Ed Softball League is off to a hot start as Packin' Heat took on Whitehorse Saloon on July 12.

In the first two innings Packin' Heat held their own as they scored a total of three runs, and kept the game close by only allowing four runs. However, the rest of the game got away from them as Whitehorse Saloon started heating up at the plate. Through the third and fourth inning Whitehorse managed to put up a daunting 15 runs while shutting out Packin' Heat.

Through five innings Whitehorse Saloon demolished Packin' Heat for the victory, with a final score of 19-3.

"The sense of community, being out here and having fun is what brings me out here every Summer. I love being with my kids and friends, and I think we play really well as a team like we showed today," Whitehorse Saloon's pitcher, George Spady.

Spady played a big part in the Whitehorse win as the starting pitcher, allowing three runs over four innings, as well as shining from the plate. He put together two hits, one run and four RBIs.

Daunisha Leann and Drake Allen also contributed heavily to their team's victory as they combined for a monstrous six hits, five runs and seven RBIs.

"I just love to play and have that fun atmosphere with all of the guys and ladies. The police and fire department work really well together already, so this is our chance to come out and mingle with each other and the community. Looking at the rest of the season, we just need to catch and get in some more practice and we'll be fine," said Packin' Heat's Captain Al Chamberlin.

Packin' Heat had a rough outing but a couple of their top performers included Anthony Davis and Al Chamberlin. Together they combined for a total of three hits and one RBI.

If you want to catch a game, the Arlington Co-Ed Softball League will be playing every Wednesday, starting at 6 p.m. on the Twin Rivers Park fields.

 

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