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Play Pick-Up Softball
On Monday Nights
Meet and play softball with your friendly Sanibel neighbors. Pick-up softball
games start up on Monday, November 2 at the Sanibel ball fields and will be
held every Monday night at 6 p.m ., weather permitting. This recreational
continued on page 15B
Sanibel 8-Ball Pool League
Move Up In
Led by Gary Murza’s four wins over
Becky Skog, the Sandycapper
shooters submerged Fresh Legion
Crew, 14-6, and took over second place
in the Sanibel 8-Ball Pool League. Murza
had strong support from Jack Dalton and
Kevin Pottorf, who posted 3-1 victories,
plus Jeff Brown and John Riegert with
two wins each.
In an attempt to maintain momentum
from last week’s surprising 11-9 upset
of Bunt’s Ball Buster,s Legion Captain
Gator Gates played seven players. The
experiment left much to be desired. The
Legion’s Matt Hall was permitted to play
only two games, but he won them both.
Although Bunt’s Ball Busters beat the
league-leading Sanibel Café shooters,
11-9, they dropped into third place. Jack
Cunningham, Mike DeWitt and Dave
Doane racked up 3-1 victories over Rich
McCurry, Kelly Greten and Graham Sell.
Jimbo Gaubatz and Pete Mindel pro-
duced 3-1 wins over Ball Buster shooters
Rich Ennis and Bob Buntrock.
The night’s high points included a rare
safety shot by Jimbo Gaubatz, pale blue
tennis shoes accented by iridescent green-
ish-yellow shoelaces worn by Gary Murza,
a break-and-run in his first game by Mike
DeWitt (who flew in from Denver for his
match), and the masterful three wins by
Jack Cunningham, who had just returned
for a vacation in Israel and Egypt.
Day 5K Run/Walk
Counseling and Psychological
Services (CAPS) at Florida Gulf
Coast University (FGCU), in
collaboration with the Students Who
Served Organization, will host the 2nd
annual Veteran’s Day 5K Run/Walk
Wednesday, November 11 at 8 a.m . on
the FGCU campus.
FGCU is partnering with Massachusetts
General Hospital and Red Sox Home
Base Program this year, and all proceeds
will be donated to both the Wounded
Warrior Project and the Home Base
Program. The event will honor and advo-
cate for U.S. veterans, raise funds for the
Wounded Warrior Project, and provide a
platform for veterans to participate and
feel connected to the community.
To register online, go to www.active.
For sponsorship and donation oppor-
tunities, call the CAPS office at 590-
7950 or email Kelly Rubin at krubin@
fgcu.edu or Jeniffer Herrera-Andujar at
Swing For Hope
The Sanctuary Golf Club, in con-
junction with Title Sponsor Lily
& Co. Jewelers, will present the
Hope Hospice tennis fundraiser Swing
For Hope on Saturday, November 14
from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event will feature an IMG Tennis
Clinic with famed coach and Tennis Hall
of Famer Nick Bollettieri, along with
IMG Academy Pros. The Doubles Tie-
Break Round Robin Tournament will also
include brunch and refreshments.
Sign up now as a player ($100) or be
a guest ($50) at the fundraiser, with all
proceeds to benefit Hope Hospice. To
register, donate to or sponsor the event,
contact Christine Bradley at 472-5276 or
Dan Schuyler at 472-2888.
From page 9B
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Standing Team Name
Bunt’s Ball Busters
Fresh Legion Crew
SANIBEL 8-BALL POOL LEAGUE 2015-16
Standings through October 26
October 26 Results
14 Fresh Legion Crew
Bunt’s Ball Busters
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