Percival's offense lifts Native Son over WAPA in softball play


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ST. THOMAS - Jakoi Percival had three hits in three plate appearances to lead Native Son/Crown Bay in a 8-5 victory over WAPA/Public Works in Governmental and Industrial Coed Slow Pitch Softball League action Thursday at Emile Griffith Ballpark.

Sean Thompson, Akim Hyman, Sheldon Turnbull and Dwayne Abbott each had two hits for Native Son/Crown Bay while Byron Evans was the winning pitcher.

Allan Brown went 3-for-3 to lead WAPA/Public Works.

Fire/Guard 8, Police/Senate 1

Elvis Lewis was the winning pitcher as Fire/NG topped Police/Senate, 8-1, on Thursday. Each team finished with five hits apiece and no player had more than one.

Education/Ritz Carlton 16, Port Authority/Tutu Park Mall 7

Marlon Richardson went yard in the first inning and finished with five hits to pace Education/Ritz Carlton in a 16-7 victory over Port Authority/Tutu Park Mall on Monday. Kyle Lamotta went 3-for-3 for Education/Ritz Carlton while Frankie Brathwaite was the winning pitcher. Charles Matthews went 2-for-2 to lead Port Authority/Tutu Park Mall.

Police/Senate 8, Health/GERS/WICO 7

Athniel Thomas and Derrick Bouganeau each had two hits to lead Police/Senate in a 8-7 win on Monday. Kwodo Brannigan went 3-for-4 to lead Health/GERS/WICO and Christopher Berry hit a 2-run in the first inning.

Owens Slow Pitch Softball Dirty Dozen 14, Softball Inc 3

Mike Pede had four hits in four plate appearnaces and finished with two RBIs to lead the Dirty Dozen to a 14-13 victory over Softball Inc in Bob Owens Slow Pitch Softball League action Monday on St. Croix.

Jeff Evans had three hits, including a home run, for the Dirty Dozen, and Jason Roberts was the winning pitcher.

Antonio Cruz Sr. went 4-for-4 with three home runs for Softball Inc while Fernando Quesada had a home run and three RBIs.

Coolers 15, Anchor Dive 5

Eric Perez and Alberto Medina each belted home runs to lead the Coolers to a 15-5 win over Anchor Dive. Dexter DeSouza was the winning pitcher while Nicholas Miller went 2-for-2 with a home run to pace Anchor Dive.

Set It Off 20, Diageo Hummers 17

Ernecido Bon had two hits and drove in five runs to lift Set It Off in their 20-17 victory over Diageo Hummers. Jose Burgos hit a home run for Set It Off while Julio Carmona Sr. was the winning pitcher. Kai Schjang hit two home runs to lead the Diageo Hummers.

Plaskett East Little League Expos 17, Angels 8

Chamoy Chandler had three hits and three RBIs to lead the Expos to a 17-8 victory over the Angels in a Elmo Plaskett East Little League 10-12 division game Sunday on St. Croix.

Alex Hernandez went 3-for-5 for Expos while Lenny Berrios was the winning pitcher.

Shaime Roebuck had two hits and drove in two runs to pace the Angels, who had Akeem Gerard on the mound.

Lil Angels 12, Lil Reds

Jabari Davis had three hits in three plate appearances and a home run to lift the Lil Angels in a 12-0 victory over the Lil Reds in 7-9 division action. Alex Rivera went 3-for-3 for the Lil Angels and had two RBIs while Jabari Davis was the winning pitcher. Janiel Brugos led the Lil Reds with a hit.

Blazers 7, Reds 6

Devon Daniel blasted a solo home run and it made all the difference for the Blazers in their 7-6 win over the Reds in a 10-12 division game. Luis Viera Jr. went 2-2 for the Reds and also hit a home run. Dejai Felix was the winning pitcher.

Suns 5, Dodgers 1

Ronald Schjang hit a home run and finished with 4 RBIs to lead the Suns in a 5-1 victory over the Didgers in a 10-12 division game. Kimoi Ferdinand was the winning pitcher and Christian Rasmussen went 1-2 to lead the Dodgers.

Lil Yankees 10, Lil Reds 6

Kahleil James went 3-for-3 and hit a home run to spark the Lil Yankees in their 10-6 win over the Lil Reds in a 7-9 division game. Tariq Molloy also hit a homer for the Lil Yankees while Brandon Rasmussen was the winning pitcher. Jahbyel Flynn went 2-for-3 with a home run and 3 RBIs to lead the Lil Reds.

- To report recreation league scores, fax 776-0740 or e-mail game results and top scorers from both teams to agray@dailynews.vi.

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