TPRD wraps up summer season

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, June 19, 2001

Sports Writer

The Troy Parks and Recreation baseball and softball seasons are coming to an end, with seven of the eight league championships already decided.

Three teams highlighted the season going undefeated in its respective league. Jean’s Flowers Chicks concluded a perfect season at 15-0 in the Dixie Ponytails 11 and 12-year-old division. The Messenger Lugnuts also ended the season at 15-0 in the Dixie Angels nine and 10-year-old division and the Spurlock Scrap Indians concluded its season at 13-0 to take the Farm League’s six and 7-year-old boys title.

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Wise Office Supply Jammers finished second in the Ponytail division with a 9-6 record, followed by Flint Equipment Storm, Ann’s Day Care Blaze and Shirley’s Day Care Lookouts.

In the Angels division, Townhouse Photographer Lookout was runner-up at 9-5 with Dot’s Day Care Bay Bears finishing in third. The Martha and John Weed Jammers followed in fourth with

Kellys Day Care Aquasox and Gibson and Carden Renegades rounding out the standings.

The Farm League was tightly contested through most of the year with six teams finishing .500 or better. The AirTek Construction Blue Jays concluded the year at 9-2 in second place with the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Cubs right behind at 10-4. The Pinkard Agency Yankees finished a game behind the Cubs at 9-5 and the CHCHC Braves followed at 7-6. The Wise Printing Reds ended the year at 7-7, with the Sanbuck Cardinals, the Gordon Health System Orioles, the Sanders Lead Co. Dodgers, the Comfort Inn Mets and the Parker Siding & Window Phillies all following.

The Mother Goose Day Care Mudcats won the Dixie Darlings 8-year-old league title with a 7-2 mark. Guynn’s Income Tax Scrappers fell one game back at 6-3 to finish second and the Blackmon Family Dentistry Look and the Wayne Farms Baybears finished in third and fourth respectively.

The Dixie Boys division crown came down to the wire with four teams three teams finishing within a game of first place. The Troy Bank & Trust White Sox brought home the league title with a 12-6 record with Frank Hayden’s Mariners and Regions Bank Mets tied for second with 11-7 marks. The Murphree Bridge A’s finished two games out of first at 10-8. The Wallace Pump & Supply Indians, the Troy Cablevision Tigers and Ward’s Yamaha Cardinals rounded out the division.

The Printing Press Mariners won the Dixie Minor nine and 10-year-old boys league crown with an impressive 15-2 record. The K & W Plastics Royals, the Half Shell Mets, the Deborah Teal Diamondbacks, Darrick’s Firewood A’s and the Landmark Realty White Sox represented the top half of the league with the Family Eye Center Rangers, the KFC of Troy Braves, Lowe’s Daycare Cardinals and the Hudson Companies Reds finishing in the bottom half.

The Colonial Bank Braves finished the year with a 14-3 mark which earned it the Dixie Youth 11 and 12-year-old boys championship.

The Sunset Mountain Park Indians ended the season two game back at 12-5 and the Sierra Trail and Cycle Dodgers followed in third. The B & W Electric Royals, the Lawrence Hardware Yankees, Hendricks Homecenter Cardinals, the Radio Shack Reds, the Allen Jones Pirates, the Rogers Company White Sox and the Careerman’s Club Orioles finished four through 10.

The New York Life Diamondbacks stood atop the Pre-Minor 8-year-old boys standings with a season-ending mark of 10-1. The Boutwell Floor Covering A’s, the Troy Exchange Club Astros and the Central Timber Mariners rounded out the standings.

And with three games left, the Lookouts lead the Dixie Belles 13-15-year-old division with a 4-0 record. The Knights trail by two games with a 2-2 mark and the Renegades and Volcano are tied for third with 1-3 records.