Monroe - The action continued in the Monroe Senior League last week, including Pro Motion's victory over Billy Ball by a score of 4-3. Rich Hershener pitched a great game and Sully got the game-winning hit in the bottom of the eighth. In other games: Tommy D's defeated J.B. McMinnions 13-4. Dave Cabassa led the offense with three hits and four RBIs, Bruce Weyant had a home run and three RBIs and Chris Fico homered for the second straight game to go along with his three hits. Bill Monahan had three hits and Greg O'Connor and Dave Krawczak had two hits apiece. Tom Gilbert pitched the win. T.I.S won its 11th game of the year and took over the B/C Division lead with a 15-1 victory over Loyal Tire. Lloyd Kurth had two hits, including a home run and four RBIs. Billy "Black Shoes" Spina and Neil Riordan each had three hits and Dave Drucker, Dale Miller and Pat Ryan chipped in with two hits apiece. Steve Berry pitched a great game for the win. Tommy D's nipped Lang Allstate 2-1 in a great pitcher's dual. Tom Gilbert tossed a six-hitter and was helped by the potential tying run being gunned down at the plate to end the game. Kevin Pulsifer's solid single in the second inning proved to be the game winning RBI. Tom Lucardi tripled and scored the winning run to lead the offense. For Lang Allstate, Dan Henderson allowed only six hits and their shortstop made a number of big defensive plays. Lang Allstate beat Captains Table 9-4. Victor Quinton hit a home run while Dan Welch and Matt Casserly had two hits apiece. Papo Rodriquez was the winning pitcher. Fatboys defeated Monroe Jewelers/Jay's Deli 17-5 behind the pitching of Bob Klopchin and the hitting of Ben Roth (home run). Bill Orange tossed a six-hitter at CB Trucking. Unfortunately for him and Monroe Jewelers/Jay's Deli's defensive strategy, half those hits arrived in the bottom of the sixth inning in a 3-2 loss. Bruce Abrignani started the sixth with a walk and then Rich Kanterman singled and Jim Holencamp followed with an RBI-single to tie the game at 2. Rich Pasculo knocked in what proved to be the winning run on a fielder's choice. Jim Murphy recorded the third hit of the inning. The remaining three hits came off the bats of Mike Gregory, Larry Witko and Dan Martin. The Jewelers/Jay's Deli runs came in the top of the first putting them up early. Throughout the remainder of the game their hits were just not timely according to manager Joe Ginzaro. Dan Martin pitched the complete game victory for the Truckmen. This report is provided by Greg O'Connor based on reports from various managers throughout the league.