Sight & Sound eyeing playoffs

With first place already in the bag, the thoughts of Sight & Sound now have turned to the post-season.
The Rainy River District Fastball League leaders continue to build upon their impressive performance in 2003, having clinched top spot with a 16-1 record with three games left in the regular season.
Rainy River (10-4), meanwhile, is in a fight to hold on to second place against the suddenly red-hot Pinewood Bears (10- 5), who are only a half-game behind them.
Big Grassy (7-9) remains in fourth place, with the Barwick Blue Knights (6-12) in fifth and Big Island (5-9-1) sixth.
Rainy Lake (4-10-1) is shakily clasping seventh spot while Stratton (3-11) is trying to get out of the basement.
Sight & Sound’s duo of Don Copenace and Duane Carlson lead the RRDFL with seven home runs apiece, with Jim Chorney (Rainy River) and Kevin Gemmell (Barwick) tied for third with five each.
Four others share fifth place with four homers.
Harvey Flamand of Sight & Sound is setting the pace in the pitching department with an unblemished 7-0 record while teammate Warren Voth is just behind him at 6-1.
With last Thursday’s all-star festivities here now out of the way, it’s back to regular-season action tonight for all eight teams.
Rainy River travels to Big Island, Big Grassy heads to Barwick, Stratton is on the road against Sight & Sound, and Rainy Lake hosts Pinewood.
The regular season wraps up Aug. 7, with the playoffs to begin shortly thereafter although no dates have been announced yet.