Sports: Town Hall and Pickleball

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Town Hall Sports Coordinator Richard Mozeleski gave this report on local sports:

Adult Coed Softball

In a pickle, Pitcher Ryan Fish (center) for the Ajax team struggles to get back to first base just before second baseman Bo Dagnall (right) with first baseman and wife Ginger Dagnall get him out during last Thursday’s adult coed softball at Idyllwild School.       Photo by John Drake

In a pickle, Pitcher Ryan Fish (center) for the Ajax team struggles to get back to first base just before second baseman Bo Dagnall (right) with first baseman and wife Ginger Dagnall get him out during last Thursday’s adult coed softball at Idyllwild School. Photo by John Drake

Batter up. Michelle Cruz is ready to hit the ball out of the park during Saturday’s adult coed softball games.           Photo by Cheryl Basye

Batter up. Michelle Cruz is ready to hit the ball out of the park during Saturday’s adult coed softball games. Photo by Cheryl Basye

Well, sports fans, they’ve come through turn four, heading down the last stretch with one week of games to play — Pacific Slope still up by two lengths with Ajax and Creekstone running close and Forest Lumber on their heels to stay in the money for Division 1 playoffs.

In Division 2, the second year Team Perez is beginning to stabilize into a steady group and getting its foundation strengthened to build on to compete well into the future with the more experienced teams. The new Idyllwild Arts team is patching some holes and will for sure do the same.

The young Ridgeline and Higher Grounds teams continue to come out and fight for games under determined leadership of their respective managers, Jess Wilkerson and T.J. Titus.

 

Standings (through Aug. 9)

Wins, Losses,  Played, Yet to Play

Pacific Slope,    11,    0,   11,       3

Ajax,    9,    2,    11,       3

Creekstone,    9,    3,   12,       2

Forest Lumber,    7,     4,     11,       3

Team Perez, 4,    9,    13,    1

Idyllwild Arts,      3,     8,     11,       3

Ridgeline,   2,     9,    11,      3

Higher Grounds.   0,     10,     10,          4

 

Adult Coed Soccer

In other sports news, adult “high speed” soccer is getting ready to go with six to eight teams ready to roll Aug. 23. There is still time to get in as individuals or bring seven and get into the action.

Youth soccer is taking signups to get ready for a September start also.

 

Adult Coed Basketball

And, something to think about if you’re a hoopster, November will bring a new look to basketball season with an adult 3-on-3 league. Wednesday evenings and Saturday days there will be separate men’s and women’s divisions.

For information on all or any of these subjects, call Richard at 909-241-2662.

 

Pickleball

Sarah Oates said the schedule at this time is from 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesdays and Sundays for anyone who wants to participate. Pickleball games are held at the Idyllwild Community Park.

 

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