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Hairy Larrys are 1-1 overall in the early Dana Point Rec League kickball season. Courtesy photo
Hairy Larrys are 1-1 overall in the early Dana Point Rec League kickball season. Courtesy photo

Compiled by Steve Breazeale

The Dana Point Recreation Department’s adult sports leagues are back at it for their summer season. Here is a quick re-cap of the first week of action.

Beginner Kickball
Swift Kick in the Grass hold a comfortable lead over the rest of the field and stand at 2-0 overall. Hairy Larrys are in second at 1-1.

Mixed-Level Kickball
The Cougars and Grasskickers are at the top of the standings after two games played. Both teams hold 2-0 overall records. The Cougars have outscored their opponents 25-6 in their first two games.

Experienced Kickball
Past champions Cobra Kai lead the field after compiling back to back wins and now stand at 2-0 overall. Cobra Kai pulled off a close 2-0 win over Your Face on July 8 but came back strong in an 11-3 win over Blue Ball Crushers.

Monday Softball
Killer Dana put on an offensive display in their first two games, outscoring their opponents 40-12. They share first-place atop the standings with Feel the Heat, who is also 2-0. Killer Dana was part of the most closely contested game of the early season on July 8, when they narrowly edged The Show in an 11-10 win. The Show have had two tough-luck losses and stand at 0-2.

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