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The Senior Softball Invitational League of Spring Hill began its winter season Sept. 18. The league is for players 50 and older. This year's teams include: Rookies/Dr. Michael Higgins, Kokomos Pub and Grill/Chaney Chiropractic, Salute Italian Restaurant and Texas Roadhouse.

Recent results

Nov. 27: Texas Roadhouse, 21, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 14; Kokomos/Chaney, 14, Texas Roadhouse, 21, Salute, 6.

Nov. 29: Kokomos/Chaney, 14, Texas Roadhouse, 6; Salute, 18, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 16.

Dec. 4: Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 14, Salute, 6; Kokomos/Chaney, 12, Texas Roadhouse, 4.

Dec. 6: Kokomos/Chaney, 18, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 17; Salute, 16, Texas Roadhouse, 10.

Dec. 11: Texas Roadhouse, 14, Salute, 11; Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 11, Kokomos/Chaney, 6.

Dec. 13: Kokomos/Chaney, 19, Salute, 10; Texas Roadhouse, 17, Rookies/Dr. Higgins, 7.

The league meets at 9:30 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at Veterans Memorial Park in Spring Hill. For information, contact Sal Ficarra at (352) 688-1605.

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The Anderson Snow Senior Softball League began its winter season Jan. 3. The teams include Complete Automotive Care, Suncoast Urology, Periodontal Therapy Center, Roth Dental, Jim's Fixit A/C & Heat, and Rookies Sports Bar & Grill.

Recent results

Jan. 3: Complete Auto, 22, Rookies, 6; Jim's Fixit, 18, Roth, 10.

Jan. 8: Periodontal, 4, Jim's Fixit, 3; Complete Auto, 18, Roth, 8; Rookies, 19, Suncoast, 13.

Jan. 10: Complete Auto, 15, Periodontal, 3; Roth, 13, Rookies, 5; Jim's Fixit, 13, Suncoast, 12.

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