Maniacs (pictured) took first in the upper division of the Capital City Coed Softball Tournament over the weekend. The Viking Lounge was second, and the InterShelter D’Lunatics were third. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Maniacs (pictured) took first in the upper division of the Capital City Coed Softball Tournament over the weekend. The Viking Lounge was second, and the InterShelter D’Lunatics were third. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Capital City Coed Softball Tournament winners, MVPs

  • By Juneau Empire
  • Tuesday, June 12, 2018 2:03pm
  • News

In this weekend’s Capital City Coed Softball Tournament, the upper-division Devil’s Hideaway Maniacs defeated The Viking Lounge 6-2 in the championship game. MVPs were Rob Heide and Megan Mauseth. In the middle division, the Tall Tale Taxidermy Wolves beat the KillerBees 9-5 in the championship game. Tim Shockley and Chelsea Peterson were MVPs. In the lower division, Alaska Towing beat Dirty Dozen in the championship, 13-7. MVPs were Cirai Mason and Chelsy Maller.

The upper-division all-tournament team was Kimberly Morris, Nicole Gorle, Eric Scholl, Lily Schramm, Odalis Delosangeles, Georgie Damian, Rob Luna, Amelia Rivera and Alec Chavez.

The middle-division all-tournament team was Whitney Rose, Antonio Deasis, Angie Bradshaw, Makenzie Jackson, Toby Staveland, Mark Rackley, Abby Sparrowgrove, Kevin Dean and Vinny Isturis.

The lower-division all-tournament team was Twyla Eyre, Steve Jones, Dominick Pannone, Brian McHenry, Jonas Lamb, Claire Baldwin, Kyle Scholl, Sammie Cabrigas and Antonio Hafferty.

KillerBees Tarah Sims waits for the pitch as the Wolves catch Kelley Gottschlich waits with her mitt in front of umpire Bob Sims on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

KillerBees Tarah Sims waits for the pitch as the Wolves catch Kelley Gottschlich waits with her mitt in front of umpire Bob Sims on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Patrick Millay gets ready to hit for a single during his championship game against the Maniacs on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Patrick Millay gets ready to hit for a single during his championship game against the Maniacs on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Megan Mauseth makes a safe slide into second base during her championship game against the Vikings on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

Megan Mauseth makes a safe slide into second base during her championship game against the Vikings on Sunday at Dimond Park. (Courtesy Photo | Katie Damian)

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