An offense that compiled a .660 team batting average and blasted 39 home runs carried CBC
Construction to it's third straight Beacon's Best Softball Tournament championship.
PlayAll Awards and Engraving Most Valuable Player Randy Vencill, 2005 tournament MVP Mike Johnson
and Nick Armeni each hit .770 during CBC's 5-0 run. Johnson and Vencill each hit nine home runs,
with Johnson driving in 19 runs and Vencill adding 17 RBI to his 5-0 pitching record. Armeni, one
of three new players on the team, finished the tournament with five homers and 13 RBI.
Joe Coxon, another of the squad's new members, batted .750 for the weekend, belting four home runs
and driving in 13 runs. Will Seger hit .700, smashed five homers, including three in the
championship game, and drove in 12 RBI.
Rob DiPofi, the third new member of the squad, batted .680 and provided two homers and nine RBI.
Frank Perry hit .640 with one homer and eight RBI, while shortstop Andy Juhola matched him at
.640, driving in six runs.
Shaun Vencill batted .620 with one homer and seven RBI. Tony Vencill hit .580 with two homers and
Rich Davis batted .500 with one homer and seven RBI. Jamie Baker, manager Bubba Vencill and
sponsor Roman Vencill each hit .500 as well.
- Karl Pearson
This Week's Circulars
- Domestic situation in Ashtabula Harbor turns violent
- GUILTY VERDICT: Jury convicts Volpi on one count of rape, 10 other charges
- Thomas Volpi trial: A twisted tale of sex, drugs and alcohol
- Ashtabula man killed in Tuesday morning motorcycle crash
- Forensic nurse and social worker testify in Thomas Volpi rape trial
- Jury deliberations for Thomas Volpi rape trial begin today
- APD officers testify on Day 3 of Volpi rape trial
- Alleged teen victims testify as Volpi rape trial begins
- Drug overdose ruled cause of death at Lake Shore Park
- Ashtabula County Grand Jury Indictments