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Fire-Rescue hoses Police in Community Day softball

Fire Chief Mike Murphy reaches out to slap ball into left field for a base hit in Marco Fire-Rescue's win over the Police at the city/' Community Day.

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Fire Chief Mike Murphy reaches out to slap ball into left field for a base hit in Marco Fire-Rescue's win over the Police at the city/' Community Day.

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Sergio Deleon crosses home plate to high fives from Fire-Rescue teammates after hammering a two-run home run as the firefighters scored seven times in the first inning on their way to a 22-12 victory over the Police at Marco Island Community Day.
  • Fire Chief Mike Murphy reaches out to slap ball into left field for a base hit in Marco Fire-Rescue's win over the Police at the city/' Community Day.
  • Police shortstop Pete Beucler winds to throw runner out at first base in the  Police and Fire-Rescue softball game as part of the city's Community Day on Saturday.
  • Marco Fire-Rescue shortstop Sergio Deleon had a play at third base where Pat O'Gorman waits for the throw to get Police's Kevin Hennings, but he chose to throw the runner out at first base. Fire-Rescue downed the Police in a softball game as part of Community Day.
  • Anna Marie Smith cheered for the Marco Police and Fire-Rescue when they played a softball game during the city's Community Day. She said both helped to save her life in October.
  • Fire-Rescue's Donnie Jones won't win this playful argument with Umpire Fred Carchietta. Fire-Rescue was playing the Police in a Community Day softball game on Saturday and Carchiietta represented the Police Foundation as each foundation provided two umpires.
  • Peyton Batiato, a Fire-Rescue fan, didn't get many smiles from the Police softball  team when she went out onto the field offering free donuts at the Community Day softball game, won by Fire-Rescue.
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Police third baseman Ed Stamm makes an outstanding play on a hard-hit ball and leaves his feet to throw the runner out. Fire-Rescue defeated the Police as part of Community Day. In deep centerfield is a slide that kids enjoyed throughout the day.
  • Members of the Fire-Rescue team pose with their trophy after winning the Community Day softball game over their friendly rival Police team. The inaugural game was a success and it is expected to become an annual event.

Marco Fire-Resuce hosed the Police, 22-12, as part of the Marco Island Community Day on Saturday at Winterberry Park.

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