Big offensive punch lifts Hancock Foundations.
Mike Sparks had a homer and two singles while Travis Parsons had three hits and Tyler Sinnott had two hits and scored twice as Hancock Foundations posted a 14-8 victory over C&M Billiards Tuesday in Rolla Men’s Softball League Upper Division play at Ber Juan Park.
Bryan Furse had a homer, double, single and scored twice for the winners while Mike Clardy had two hits and scored two runs and Tommy Martin had a double, single and scored for C&M Billiards.
In other men’s games from Tuesday:
On The Run @ Mobil 3, Tater Patch 2: Sean Kelley tripled and scored while Dustin Woody and David Chirban each singled and scored as On The Run @ Mobil won. James Gepsin homered and singled and Tyler Hunt had a double and single for Tater Patch.
Tater Patch 8, C&M Billiards 0: Wyatt Porter and Hunt each had three hits and Chase Lewis doubled and scored as Tater Patch won. Ben Menary had three hits and Clardy had two hits for C&M Billiards.
McDonald’s 14, Hartley’s Climate Control 1: Darrin Wood had three hits and scored four runs while Dakota Chapman had three hits and scored three runs, Joel Goodridge had three hits and Andrew Lott had a double, two singles and scored twice as McDonald’s won. Justin Light scored the lone run and Ryan Williams had two hits for Hartley’s Climate Control.
Newkirk Auction Service 7, Xtreme Life-Rolla 6: Dakota Chapman scored what proved to be the winning run in the fourth inning as Newkirk Auction Service won. Mike Sparks had a double, single and scored for the winners while Mikey Chambers had two hits. Scott Kaden and Charlie Patterson each had a double and single and Trevor White homered and singled for Xtreme Life-Rolla.
Miller 64 19, Breen Masonry 6: Trevor White had a homer, double, single and scored three runs while Ryan Kingsley had a double, three singles and scored five times; Matt Glenn had a double, three singles and scored three runs and James Munoz had four hits as Miller 64 won. Chad Henson had a homer and single, Jeff Breen had three hits and Kevin Barr had a double, single and scored a run for Breen Masonry.
Locker Room Bar & Grill 20, Larson Construction 11: Rich Cabanes and Philip Haluptzok each had three hits and scored three runs while Brandon Lumsden had a double and three singles and Trevor White had a double and two singles as Locker Room Bar & Grill won. Mark Wood, Adam Veo and Chad Henson each had two hits and scored twice for Larson Construction.
Got The Runs 15, Sons of Pitches 14: Rob Hribar’s single scored Matt Bellue with the winning run in the sixth inning as Got The Runs won. Josh Ferrell had a triple, three singles and scored four times for the winners while Joe Carmack had three hits and scored twice and Kerry Dean had a double, single and scored twice. Jason Henke had a double, two singles and scored twice while Brandon Luebbering had a double, single and scored twice for Sons of Pitches.
Hi-Tech Collision 26, Action Auto Sales of Steelville 4: Brandon Skyles had a homer and scored four runs while Brian Egleg, Jared Skyles, Eddie Skaggs, Eugene Skyles and Davy Watkins each scored three runs as Hi-Tech Collision won. Tanner Cardin reached base twice and scored a run for Action Auto Sales.
First Community State Bank 18, Got The Runs 7: Jacob Sloan, Scott Stroff, Lee Hufford and Justin Martin each scored three runs as First Community State Bank won. Bellue and Dean each reached base twice and scored a run for Got The Runs.
Somewhere Else Bar & Grill/Stifel Nicolaus 14, Hi-Tech Collision 7: Scott Carroll had a homer and scored twice while Watkins scored two times as Hi-Tech Collision won. Justin Roarke had a homer and scored twice while Josh Miller and Heath Warren each scored twice for Somewhere Else Bar & Grill/Stifel Nicolaus.
Somewhere Else Bar & Grill/Stifel Nicolaus 21, First Community State Bank 2: Brendon Harris had a homer and scored three runs while Dustin Jones, Miller, Dusty Woody and Dan Friatos each scored three times as Somewhere Else Bar & Grill/Stifel Nicolaus won. Sloan and Stroff each scored a run for First Community State Bank.