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In The Spotlight: Jeff Pauli of the Waterloo Legends

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
SWINGING THE BIG LUMBER - Jeff Pauli of the Waterloo Legends of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, lays into a pitch during the 2016 ISC Legends Tournamnet. The versatile Pauli, also pitched a 9-1 win over Gushow Excavating of Auburn, Mich., allowing one run on four hits in 4 1/3 innings with four strikeouts. He helped his cause at the plate going 2 for 3 and scoring a run. He also played in the infield and outfield, and finished the tournamen with a .385 avg. (5-for-13), five runs and two RBI, along with a 1-0 pitching record. Photo By BOB OTTO

SWINGING THE BIG LUMBER – Jeff Pauli of the Waterloo Legends of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, lays into a pitch during the 2016 ISC Legends Tournamnet. The versatile Pauli, also pitched a 9-1 win over Gushow Excavating of Auburn, Mich., allowing one run on four hits in 4 1/3 innings with four strikeouts. He helped his cause at the plate going 2 for 3 and scoring a run. He also played in the infield and outfield, and finished the tournamen with a .385 avg. (5-for-13), five runs and two RBI, along with a 1-0 pitching record. Photo By BOB OTTO

MOLINE, IL – The Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Legends finished the ISC Legends Tournament tied for fifth in the 12-team event.

And the versatile Jeff Pauli had a solid tournament at the plate and on the rubber in helping Waterloo make a strong run for the championship and finish the tournament with a 3-2 record.

Jeff Pauli of the Waterloo Legends watches his hit fall safely in right-centerfield during the 2016 ISC Legends Tournament. Photo By BOB OTTO

Jeff Pauli of the Waterloo Legends watches his hit fall safely in right-centerfield during the 2016 ISC Legends Tournament. Photo By BOB OTTO

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  • Ostrander Fastpitch Starts Strong in ISC II Tournament

    Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

    080813-Jamieson.Michael62lr Michael Jamieson pitched Ostrander Fastpitch to a 8-1 victory in the ISC II Tournament. Photo By BOB OTTO / 2012 NAFA World Series

    MOLINE, IL – Ostrander Fastpitch of Minnesota dropped its first two games in the ISC World Tournament, but once they got into the ISC II tournament, they’ve found their game with two consecutive victories to put themselves in contention for the the championship.

      Ostrander 8, Walcott 1

    Lewis Weldon was prolific at the plate with a double and home run to account for 4 RBI, and Brandon Meiners slugged a home run to power a 10-hit attack.

    Michael Jamieson went five innings to pick up the run-ruled win. He allowed one earned run on three hits, four walks, and struck out 11.

      Ostrander 7, Ray Ray’s Bar 4

    After trailing 4-2 through six innings, Ostrander erupted for five runs in the seventh to rally for the win. With Two out, Jace Holm blasted a three-run home run and Patrick Brackley hit a two-run homer to overpower Ray Rays.

    Eduardo Escobedo gave up four runs on four hits with 12 strikeouts to get the win. In the sixth, Carlos Jose Santodomingo launched an Escobedo pitch over the fence for a three-run home run to give Ray Rays a shortlived 4-2 lead.

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