Dexter, ME--- Seeing Cody Coiley get clutch hits was a regular thing during the 2011 season for Foxcroft Ponies coach Mark Chevalier.
On Tuesday afternoon it was deja vu for Chevalier and the Ponies. Coiley ripped three hits including a triple, had six RBI and two stolen bases to lead the Ponies to a 10-3 victory over the Dexter Tigers.
Coiley accounted for the first five Ponies runs. He hit a single that gave Foxcroft a 2-0 lead during the top of the first inning. With the bases loaded in the top of the third inning, Coiley ripped a triple to left field that cleared the bases. That gave the Ponies a lead they would hold the rest of the way.
"Cody (Coiley) was smoking the ball. He had the first five RBI for the first five runs of the game, "Junior pitcher Ryan Rebar said. "It was good seeing him pounding the ball like the old Cody. Hopefully he can carry it into the playoffs."