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Hometown Hernando for June 5

Summer softball

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The Anderson Snow Senior Softball League began its summer season May 7. The teams were named after their managers. Teams include Larry (Gianneschi), Paul (Johnson), Jerry (McCullough) and Kenny (George).

Recent results:

May 7: Jerry, 24, Kenny, 9; Larry 11, Paul, 10.

May 9: Jerry, 12, Larry 11; Kenny, 22, Paul, 6.

May 14: Jerry, 17, Paul, 3; Kenny, 16, larry, 15.

May 16: Kenny, 15, Jerry, 8; Larry, 13, Paul, 12.

May 21: Kenny, 10, Paul, 7; Jerry, 17, Larry, 14.

May 23: Kenny, 13, Larry, 9; Jerry, 13, Paul, 8.

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Hometown Hernando for June 5 06/04/13 [Last modified: Monday, June 3, 2013 7:18pm]
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