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Weston Teams Split Softball Doubleheader

WESTON, Conn. — In the final regular season matchup of the season, Peter's Spirits and the 20-30-40 Somethings battled to a draw in Weston Women's Softball League action. Peter's took the first game, 18-5, while the 20-30-40's rebounded for an 11-6 win in the second game.

The first game was the second straight come-from-behind victory for Peter's Spirits, erasing an early 5-2 deficit. Peter's exploded for seven runs in the third, four in the fourth and five in the fifth to put away the 20-30-40 Somethings.

Val Saltzman got to know the base path well in the first game, scoring four times. Mary Ashpar and Julie Baisley each crossed the plate three times.

The tables turned on Peter's in the second game of the evening, as the 20-30-40 Somethings put up its own big inning in the fourth. Trailing 6-3, the 20-30-40's sent 13 batters to the plate and scored eight times. Betty Low drove in the go-ahead run with a two-run double. Low was later injured and had to be taken away in an ambulance but is now doing fine.

The Weston Women's Softball League playoffs begin Thursday at the Onion Barn and Hurlbutt Elementary School.

Do you participate in a recreational or intramural league and would like coverage from us? Email sports reporter Eric Gendron .

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