Log Cabin Advance, McDonald's, Joe's Tater Patch and Hartley's Climate Control were the overall champions of their respective divisions for the Rolla Men's Softball League, which held its playoff games on Tuesday at Ber Juan Park.
In the Upper Division title game Log Cabin Advance stopped On The Run @ Mobil 16-12, in the Middle Division championship game McDonald's clipped C&M Deli & Pub 12-10, in the Middle B Division title contest Joe's Tater Patch whipped Newkirk Auction Service 19-8 and in the Lower Division final Hartley's Climate Control got past Larson Construction 12-6.
The playoff games pitted the first-half champion against the second-half champion in each division.
Here are Tuesday's results:
Log Cabin Advance 16, On The Run @ Mobil 12: James Gapsch blasted a pair of homers while Travis Parsons had a homer, two singles and scored twice; Chuck Hitch had a homer and two singles, and Nick Petersen and Jason Frost each had three hits and scored three runs as Log Cabin won. Nathan Chirban had two homers, a single and scored three times while Charles Shivers had a homer and single and David Chirban and Luke Anderson each had two hits and scored twice for On The Run @ Mobil.
McDonald's 12, C&M Deli & Pub 10: Robin Pickup had three hits and scored three runs while Andrew Lott had a triple and single and Andrew Ravadge had a pair of doubles as McDonald's won. Bryan Furse had two homers, a double and single while Chad Henson had a homer and single for C&M Deli & Pub.
Middle B Division
Joe's Tater Patch 19, Newkirk Auction Service 8: Ethan Sitton had a homer, double, single and scored four times while D.J. Harris had four hits and scored three times and Mike Clardy homered and singled as Joe's Tater Patch won. Brett Gibson had a triple and single and Mihir Aka had two hits and scored twice for Newkirk Auction Service.
Hartley's Climate Control 12, Larson Construction 6: Brandon Harris had a homer and single while Justin Light had two hits and scored three times and Jon Hartley had three hits as Hartley's Climate Control won. Chris Elliott had three hits while Ryan Williams had a triple, single and scored twice for Larson Construction.