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Scenes from the Renegades’ 8-4 win over the Tusten Chiefs include (clockwise) the gathering of the Chiefs prior to the game to focus their energy on getting back to the finals to defend their 2006 title; Renegades coach Bill Phillips and teammates congratulate Eric Sandercock on a two run homer; Chief Torin Frey is safe at home, missed by the tag of Renegades catcher Kale Adams; Evan Padua squares to bunt; Reliever Mike Pierce follows through on his delivery; Chiefs’ starter Cody Fredo seeks to get the ball over the plate; a van demarks all of the Chiefs names and numbers; Renegade Chris Henderson gets props for his two-run homer; Chief slugger Mark Tesseyman zones in on a pitch; Sandercock fires a strike (he fanned six batters); and littlest Chief Ryan Fredo sports his war paint and feathers.

Wayne County Babe Ruth Teeners’ League Semifinals

Renegades wreak revenge

Defending league champ Tusten Chiefs ousted by longtime rival

By RICHARD A. ROSS

NARROWSBURG, NY - When it comes to the playoffs in the Wayne County Babe Ruth Teener’s League, it’s a sure bet that the Tusten Chiefs and the Remax Renegades are going to meet up somewhere along the line. Over the years, especially during the tenure of Chiefs’ coach Joe Curreri, the Renegades have been the Chiefs’ most salient nemesis. Last year was an exception as the Chiefs wrangled with the Honesdale Eagles for the championship.

The Chiefs made history by winning the 2006 title, with a 9-4 series-clinching win in the third game of the set. Looking to get back to defend their title against the Eagles, the top team in the league this year, perhaps the Chiefs took the Renegades a little too lightly in their semifinal match up on July 8.

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Delaware Valley Little Fellows League All-Star Game

The South rises again

By RICHARD A. ROSS and PETER PIERCE

COCHECTON CENTER, NY - A lot has changed in the world since the Delaware Valley Little Fellows League staged its first all-star game in 1959. But around the baseball diamond, things are nostalgically familiar.

It’s hot dogs, cheers, little kids holding some mighty big bats and, of course, landslides of runs.

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Softball

Log ladies rein in L&B Tack again

By RICHARD A. ROSS

MONGAUP VALLEY, NY—“We’ve beaten the best, now we have to beat the rest,” was the gist of what L&B Tack players had in mind as they warmed up to face Klein and Sons Logging, one of the three teams that had beaten them this season. Remarkably, league-leading Charlie’s Angels does not share that distinction.

At least not yet.

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