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On May 24, Team L.A. and the Terez Gas Angels initiated the first game for the night. Team L.A. demolished their opponents beating them: 17 to 2. Then in the men’s game, Creter’s Bulldogs triumphed over the Hope Town Wreckers with a score of 9 to 0. The following night, the T.C. Jets took on the DNR Sluggers. The Jets were victorious against DNR; the North Abaco team secured 20 runs to DNR’s five runs.

Softball action continues in Murphy Town

On May 24, Team L.A. and the Terez Gas Angels initiated the first game for the night. Team L.A. demolished their opponents beating them: 17 to 2. Then in the men’s game, Creter’s Bulldogs triumphed over the Hope Town Wreckers with a score of 9 to 0.  The following night, the T.C. Jets took on the DNR Sluggers. The Jets were victorious against DNR; the North Abaco team secured 20 runs to DNR’s five runs.

Games were again scheduled for the weekend of May 31 and June 1. The Abaco Grocery Diamond Dollz, formerly called the Lady Sluggers, appeared for their first game of the season on May 31. The AG Dollz competed against Team L.A. The game was a tight one, but the veteran players of the AG Dollz edged away with 20 runs to Team L.A.’s seven runs.

At the end of their game, the AG Dollz met with Melissa Roberts of Abaco Groceries, who is the major corporate sponsor of the team this year. Roberts presented Juanyette Curry, the team captain, with uniforms for the players. Curry thanked Roberts for their generosity, and also thanked all other sponsors and supporters of the team namely J.S. Johnson Insurance and Bill Simmons Construction Company.

Although new to the game, the Wreckers won their first game of the season against DNR. The Wreckers beat DNR 13 to 10.

On June 1, it was the Bulldogs that raced to success with 10 runs. The Jets scored only three runs in that game.

Finally, on June 8, AG Dollz crushed the Terez Gas Angels with a score of 19 to 5, while the Bulldogs put another win under their belt against DNR. The final score between the two teams was 21 runs for the Bulldogs, and one run for DNR.

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About Canishka Alexander

Canishka Alexander

Canishka Alexander was born in New Providence, but spent most of her childhood years on Abaco. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Abilene Christian University.

Although she has accomplished many things in life, her greatest accomplishment is being a mother to her four children. She loves God, her country and people of all cultures.

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