Jason Peters hit two three-run homers Thursday, leading JR Construction to a 13-10 victory over Fahrenheit Photography in a Petoskey Men's Softball League game at Bayfront Park's Ed White Field.
Jason Zulski homered to lead BASES past Bay Street Orthopaedics, 14-6, in Thursday's other game.
Peters finished with four hits including a double for JR in its win over Fahrenheit, while Brian Scheerhorn singled and doubled, Cole Kruzell and Dan Plichta added two hits apiece, and Kevin Plichta, Francis Hiar and Andy Brown each singled.
Hiar allowed 12 hits, walked four and struck out six for the victory.
Rick Klungle, Art Grawey and Tom Vargo had three hits apiece to lead Fahrenheit. One of Klungle's hits was a homer.
Jordan Lechowicz also homered for Fahrenheit, while Jamie Barkley and Keith Young added a single apiece. Grawey had a team-high three RBI.
Nick Dustin singled and doubled, and Brandon Webb, Scott Kelly and Litzner finished with two hits apiece to lead BASES past Bay Street.
Doyle Dustin II allowed nine hits, struck out three and walked one for the victory.
Brian Loper, Eric Teysen and Matt Hellens added a single each for BASES. Kelly, Loper, Teysen and Webb drove in two runs apiece.
Dave Woods homered and singled to lead Bay Street, while Kevin Thompson tripled, and Jordan Bamberg and David Jones finished with two hits each. Wade Leist and Mark Thompson added a single each.
Stan Neff started for Bay Street and took the loss, while Dave Siegrist pitched in relief.
Neff went 3 1-3 innings, allowing 11 runs on nine hits, while striking out two and walking six. Siegrist went the final 2-3 of an inning. He allowed three runs on three hits, while striking out one.
Tigers 29, Wheels 1: Tigers, pitchers Wyatt Adams (four strikeouts), Ryan Bickel (two strikeouts); Adams, single, triple; Bickel, Michael Anthony, two hits each; Seth Izzard, double; Kaden DeCastro, Lucas Smielewski, single each. Wheels, pitchers Noah Vanderwall (five strikeouts), Mitch Pierce, Colin Standish, David Fettig (one strikeout), Cody Wright, Ethan Linebarger (one strikeout).
Area roundup: Peters hits two three-run homers as JR outslugs Fahrenheit
sports (June 21, 2012)