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Hometown Hernando for Jan. 12

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Hometown Hernando is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion or a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. Call Hometown Hernando news coordinator Jean Hayes at (352) 848-1438, fax (352) 754-6133, or jhayes@tampabay.com.

Recreation and sports

The Anderson Snow Senior Softball League began its winter season Dec. 3. The teams and their managers are: Complete Automotive Care (Paul Johnson), AFG Insurance (Izzie Torres), Periodontal Therapy Center (Rich Mariotti), Jim's Fixit Shop & Appliances (Jerry McCullough) and Suncoast Urology (Larry Gianneschi).

Recent results

Dec. 17: Periodontal Therapy, 10, Suncoast Urology, 9; Complete Automotive, 17, AFG Insurance, 5.

Dec. 19: Complete Automotive, 13, Jim's Fixit, 9; Periodontal Therapy, 10, AFG Insurance, 8.

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The Senior Softball Invitational League of Spring Hill began its winter season Oct. 1. The league is for players 50 and older. This year's teams include: Texas Roadhouse; Dr. Michael Higgins/Moose Lodge 521, Dr. William Chaney/American Legion Post 186, Interventional Pain Institute of West Florida, and Rookies Sports Bar and Grill/Spring Hill Draft House.

Recent results

Dec. 10: Rookies/Draft House, 23, Dr. Chaney/American Legion, 16; Interventional Pain, 25, Dr. Higgins/Moose Lodge, 17.

Dec. 12: Rookies/Draft House, 26, Interventional Pain, 25; Dr. Higgins/Moose Lodge, 19, Texas Roadhouse, 8.

Dec. 13: Texas Roadhouse, 14, Dr. Chaney/American Legion, 10.

Dec. 17: Interventional Pain, 30, Dr. Chaney/American Legion, 13; Rookies/Draft House, 18, Texas Roadhouse, 15.

Dec. 19: Texas Roadhouse, 21, Dr. Chaney/American Legion, 17; Dr. Higgins/Moose Lodge, 20, Rookies/Draft House, 8.

Dec. 20: Dr. Higgins/Moose Lodge, 39, Interventional Pain, 19.

The league plays tournament-type softball Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at Veterans Memorial Park, 12254 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill. For information, call Sal Ficarra at (352) 688-1605.

Hometown Hernando for Jan. 12 01/10/14 [Last modified: Friday, January 10, 2014 4:02pm]
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