Mets fan now bears Jeter’s name on his scalp Franklin Snickers and giggles occasionally drowned out the buzzing of the razor as the coach of the Walkill Valley Rapids paid off on a bet. Coach Jamie McCurry, a Mets fan, bet Katie Smith, a Yankee fan, that if she hit a home run he would shave the name of the Yankees star player, Derek Jeter, into his hair. If she struck out she would have to wear a Mets baseball cap during the Walkill Valley Girls Softball League playoff games. Well, Tuesday evening, McCurry, of Hamburg, took a seat for a custom haircut. “The original bet was for a home run over the fence,” said McCurry. “We changed the bet to allow an inside the park home run.” Katie, of Franklin, drove a line drive over the left fielder’s head in a game against Mount Olive. As the ball rolled to the outfield fence she rounded the bases and McCurry’s scalp had a debt to settle. Getting the job done Manny Galicia, of Sparta, one of four employees of A Cut Above in Sparta, provided his artistic haircutting talent. “We do a lot of designs,” said Gelin Suarez of Sparta, owner of A Cut Above. “High school sport team names are popular.” So he was no stranger to the artistic stylings needed for this job. McCurry suffered further embarrassment when the players provided a poncho with large Yankee emblems on the front and back to use to cover him as Galicia worked. McCurry sat quietly as Galicia used a straight razor to shave in fine details. Cameras clicked and camcorders whirred to document the event.