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EPA Wins East Ocean League

Oct. 1, 2008 – Senior Softball-USA

By Pete De Rosa, Softball News Report

In East Ocean County Senior Soft- ball Association division playoffs, Huddy beat Sonic in 2 of 3 games, and EPA beat RADA 2 of 3 to advance to inals. EPA beat Huddys 2 games straight, after com- ing from behind, and scoring 17 runs in the top of 7th to win by 4. EPA Financial has won the league 8 years running. They also inished in 2nd place in New Jersey State Tournament. B Division was won by Post AC., which beat Williams Construction 2 of 3 games, Post only won 3 games, but won when it counted. As for the 60+ Division, the Bucs beat Stewart's 2 of 3games to win the league championships. This is the third year that the Buck's won the league. In the consolation playoff games the Hawks beat the Mariners. This league is also part of the Ocean County Sr. Softball Associa- tion. Ocean County New Jersey Sr. Soft- ball Association follows Senior Softball USA rules allowing both the Miken Ultra II and Trump softballs For more information, contact with League Director, Pete De Rosa, at

Ocean County New Jersey 50+ SR.

League 2008 standings A Division

League Play Overall

Epa Financial 20 1 24 - 1

Huddy's Inn 13 - 8 15 - 10

Sonic 12 - 9 14 - 9

Rada Chiropractic 9 - 12 9 - 14

B Division League Play Overall

Williams Const. 10 - 14 10 -16

Post A.C. 1 - 23 3 24

Ocean County New Jersey 60+

Sr. Softball League Standings

60+ Division League Play

Buccaneers* 20 - 0

Stewart's Rootbeer 13 - 7

B-Mac Hawks 9 - 11

Mariners 2 - 17

* Bey-Lea Chiropractic & Lifestyle Chiropractic Sponsors

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