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The Senior Softball Invitational League of Spring Hill, which ended its winter season March 19, crowned the team representing Salute Italian Restaurant as champion. Tournament games, which began March 26 and ended April 9, followed the regular season.

Tournament results:

March 26: Salute, 17, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 1; Kokomos/Chaney, 18, Texas Roadhouse, 14.

March 28: Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 19, Texas Roadhouse, 18; Salute, 11, Kokomos/Chaney, 6.

April 2: Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 15, Kokomos/Chaney, 5.

April 9: Salute, 14, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 13.

The league, open to players 50 and older, plays tournament type softball on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at Veterans Memorial Park, 12254 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill. Officers for next season include Sal Ficarra, president; Mike Labriola, first vice president; Juan Rios, second vice president; Bill Schug, treasurer, and Smokey Stover, secretary. For information, call Ficarra at (352) 688-1605.

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The Anderson Snow Senior Softball League ended its winter season April 18. Complete Automotive Care, with Paul Johnson serving as manager, was the winning team. Other teams included Suncoast Urology, Periodontal Therapy Center, Roth Dental, Jim's Fixit A/C & Heat, and Rookies Sports Bar & Grill.

Recent results:

April 2: Complete, 17, Jim's Fixit, 9; Roth, 14, Suncoast, 10; Periodontal, 21, Rookies, 14.

April 9: Complete, 20, Periodontal, 5; Rookies, 11, Roth, 1; Jim's Fixit, 17, Suncoast, 8.

April 11: Suncoast, 16, Periodontal, 5; Complete, 13, Rookies, 10; Jim's Fixit, 22, Roth, 15.

April 16: Roth, 9, Complete, 1; Rookies, 18, Suncoast, 3; Jim's Fixit, 24, Periodontal, 23.

April 18: Roth, 12, Suncoast, 7; Rookies, 18, Periodontal, 7.

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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 [email protected]

     
         
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