State Farm wins Sun Lakes Division Pennant

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The State Farm Insurance team, managed by Ron Carmichael and sponsored by Ralph Vasquez’ Agency, won the Sun Division Spring Softball pennant with a 13-5 record, two games better than Brenden Financial Planning’s 11-7 mark. Ken Brenden’s squad swept a doubleheader from the Real Estate Rustlers on the last day of the season to secure second place.

Following the regular season, the Sun Division Spring Tournament took place. Results of that tourney will be covered in next month’s Splash.

The Top Ten hitters in the Sun Division, based upon a minimum of 125 at bats, were Reyes Gonzalez (.828), Steve Hilby (.759), Mark McKinnon (.743), Paul Guyer (.739), Larry Kaufmann (.733), Mike Otman (.731), Kim Whitney (.706), Chuck Schaan (.694), Tom Kasunic (.693), John Whitman (.688) and Randy Neumann (.685).