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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


A mens' league established January 2008.
Pacesetter Park, Sylvania,Ohio

SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL SCORES & STANDINGS

58+ Masters League

SCORES: Tuesday, July 19

Glass City Investigations 18
Guardian Angels 16
Citizens Advisory 16
State Farm 3
Sun Down Cantina 13
Krieger 6
Harvard Barber Shop 11
Andy and Barneys 4
Krieger 16
State Farm 4
Citizens Advisory 27
Glass City Investigations 15

 

58+ Masters League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Citizens Advisory
10
4
0.714
0.0
222
148
5.3
Glass City Investigations
9
5
0.643
1.0
218
201
1.2
Andy and Barneys
8
6
0.571
2.0
186
167
1.4
Guardian Angels
2
12
0.143
8.0
160
239
-5.6
DIVISION WEST              
Sun Down Cantina
10
4
0.714
0.0
225
153
5.1
State Farm
8
5
0.615
1.5
186
168
1.4
Harvard Barber Shop
5
8
0.385
4.5
113
160
-3.6
Krieger
3
11
0.214
7.0
129
203
-5.3
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin

 


Citizens Advisory Group 14, State Farm 4

CAG started slow but scored 13 runs in four innings plus good defense and soild pitching won going away. Leading the offense were Dwaine Nemire 4/4, Bill Bray 3/4 , Craig Mantley 3/4, and, Bill Wiseman 3/4.

First game State Farm lost to Citizen's Advisory 16 to 3. C A played a good game both offensively and defensively. For State Farm there were no highlights.



Sundown Cantina 13, Krieger 6

Sundown Cantina scored 10 runs in the first two innings and then held on for a 13 to 6 victory over Krieger Realty. Cantina's defense was again strong and had many outstanding plays in the field. Bill Garber continued snuffing out the opponents with his all over the field defense, including 4 putouts in a row. Roger Kinnersly, Guy Stager and Joe Siefer led the team offensively by going 3-3. Jeri Edmunson was 3-4, Tim Kuszmaul 2-2, and Bill Garber 2-3.



Citizens Advisory Group 27, Glass City Investigation 15

For the third game this year CAG took a 9-1 lead against Glass City only to see Glass City rally to take a 12-11 after 5 innings. CAG scored 16 runs in the 6th and 7th while holding GSI to only 3. Hitting stars for CAG were Bruce Klostermeir 5/5, Jon Labeau 4/5, Larry Gagin 4/5, Bill Green 4/5 plus Bruce Klostermeir, Dwaine Nemire, Craig Mantley Jeff Szenderski and Bob Briggs were all 3/5.

Glass City fought a tough battle and managed to tie up the game in the sixth inning but then citizens Advisory bats came to life and scored 11 runs in the seventh inning. Final score of 27 to 15 Citizens on top. Tom MacNaughton added three hits as did Jay Schramm which included a two run home run. Kevin Koepfer continued good hitting with three hits and some good stretch catches at first base. Robby Ravin caught a liner at shortstop. Steve Higgins played a great game in left and added three hits. Paul Wisnewski continued his hot hitting with two line singles. Tough loss for the sleuths s they ran out of gas in the seventh inning. George Bates pulled a muscle in his back. Speedy recoveries George.



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50+ Legends League

SCORES: Thursday, July 14

Frickers Blue 15
Roosters 11
Frickers Red 12
Schneider 0
Frickers Navy 16
Barrow's Jewelers 15
Frickers White 16
State Farm 9
Frickers Maroon 23
Retirement Guys 17
State Farm 19
Frickers Red 18
Frickers Black 16
Barrow's Jewelers 4
Roosters 32
Schneider 11

 

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
State Farm
11
3
0.786
0.0
223
165
4.1
Frickers Blue
9
4
0.692
1.5
167
140
2.1
Frickers Red
8
5
0.615
2.5
153
114
3.0
Frickers Black
6
7
0.462
4.5
182
175
0.5
Retirement Guys
5
9
0.357
6.0
178
216
-2.7
Barrow's Jewelers
2
12
0.143
9.0
151
241
-6.4
DIVISION WEST              
Frickers Navy
7
5
0.583
0.0
209
182
2.3
Frickers Maroon
7
5
0.583
0.0
183
138
3.8
Frickers White
6
6
0.500
1.0
147
164
-1.4
Schneider
5
7
0.417
2.0
134
181
-3.9
Roosters
5
8
0.385
2.5
189
200
-0.8
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin

 


Fricker's Navy 16, Barrows 15

In a back and forth, competitive contest, the Navy crew outlasted a very game Barrows squad, by plating 2 in the bottom of the 7th. Leading the way offensively was John Johnson at 3-3, 2B, 4RBI. Also pitching in nicely were: Mike Sanders ( 3-4 3RBI), Gary Downey (3-4 2RBI), Bob Lewis,( 3-4 RBI), Mark Stroh (3-4 RBI), Kevin Nicolai (3-4 RBI), Doug Quint( 2-4 2RBI), Dave Ashman( 2-4 2RBI), Phil Richard (2-4 2R), and Ed Blankenship(2-4).

Barrow’s Jewelers battled Fricker's Blue lead by Phil Richard. It was a great game back and forth but Richards’s team came through with the win. Dave Ronau made some great catches in outfield to keep the Blue boys at bay and Roy Woodworth had 3rd base closed for business. Nice job Fricker's Blue. Also a thanks goes out to Jeff Wagenhauser for doing a great job in left field and getting some key hits as well as Mark Clair for giving us a hand infield.



Fricker's White 16, Jeff Traudt State Farm 9

In the 1st of a double-header the Farm Boys forgot to bring their bats .314 average and uncaricturistic multiple errors lead to defeat. Only three players had more than one hit as Fritz Hartkopf went 2-3-1R-2B, Doug Meek 2-3-2B and Jeff Traudt 2-3-1R accounting for over half the total.

Fricker's White led by Jerry Edmondson, Larry Gagin and Rick Schmidt with 3 hits apiece. Jerry kept the Farmers off balance with his sly Knuckler. He did not allow a HR. to powerful bats of State Farm, a feat in itself. Defense became an asset to Fricker's stopping the big bats. Truly a team effort tonight. Fricker's White had only 2 extra base hits for the game.



Fricker's Maroon 23, Retirement Guy's 17

Fricker's Maroon scored the 5 run maximum runs in 4 of the 6 innings they batted and beat the Retirement Guys 23-17. Fricker's Maroon was led by Lenny Jones 4-4 1 3b 1 2b; Bob Algier 3- 3 1 2b; Charlie Oberlin 3-4 1 2b; Dave Copi 3-3 and Dave Obert, Brian "Woody" Woodrow; Tim Wilde, Jim Watters and Joe Beham all with two hits each.

The Retirement Guys came out of there hitting slump with 17 runs but it wasn't enough to top the 23 runs by Fricker's Maroon. Keith Dominiak and Bruce Klostermeier went 4-4, Tom Spy and Rich Brownfield 2-3 . Having key hits and going 3-4 where Joe Bondy,Monty Coffman and Mark Clair



State Farm 19, Fricker's Red 18

The first four innings belonged to Red 11 to 6 and the last three went to the Farm Boys 13 to 7. The offense came alive as Jerry Glansman and Jim Dunlavy went a perfect 4-4-3R and were helped by 3-4 performances by Doug Meek OTFHR, Bob Miller, and Larry Green who in the bottom of seventh delivered the seventh consecutive hit for the walk off win.



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Fricker's/SSS 70's undefeated
in SPA Columbus
"Heart of Ohio" Nationals

League champs
photo/SUSAN C. MEYERCOLUMBUS, OHIO - The Fricker's/SSS 70's team went 6-0 at the Columbus "Heart of Ohio" National SPA Tournament, winning the AAA bracket! Coached by Bruce Anderson, this was the teams second tournament win. They won the Barberton, Ohio "Thee Buckeye Classic" AA bracket, with a 3-0 record. Back row, from left, Jerry Keefe, Richard Block, Lee Brandyberry, Jim Burnor, Jim Dunlavy, Jim VanBrandt, John Radscheid and Gary Meyer. Front row, from left, Don Torok, Dick Wachter, Don Dheel, Don Lange and MVP Dan Schlenbaker. Dunlavy led the team with a .882 BA, 15 for 17, and made the All-Tournament team, as did Radscheid, Meyer, and Wachter. Not pictured Bruce Anderson.

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Step up to the plate with the WWAST!

FREEDOM and American hero's are front and center when the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team takes the field on Sunday, August 20, at Fifth Third Field. Activities start at 12-noon, with the WWAST taking the field against the Toledo Police/Fireman All-stars in game one of a double-header. Game two is against the Sylvania All-Stars tournament team. Special guests and entertainers will participate in the activities planned for this charitable event.
 

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 IN THE NEWS


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 TOURNAMENT TEAMS

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 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

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 SPA TOURNAMENTS

2016 OHIO SPA
TOURNAMENT
SCHEDULE

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 SSS FALL LEAGUE

2016 Dates to be announced
 
2014 League Winners, Photos, Standings
 
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 SSS COOKOUTS

2016 Dates to be accounced
 
2014 WINNERS IN HOMERUN DERBY & SPECIAL EVENTS!
 
2013 WINNERS IN HOMERUN DERBY & SPECIAL EVENTS!
 
 Mission Statement:

While all games organized by Sylvania Senior Softball (SSS) should be played with the intent to win, the goal of SSS is to ensure to the best of its ability that the Members of SSS (i) have a positive, fun, athletic, and social experience, and (ii) compete and play in a sportsmanlike manner. It is an essential principal of SSS that all games and activities be conducted in a constructive, non-criticizing manner and to ensure that all members are treated with respect and dignity, and are provided a fair and equitable opportunity to participate.
 


 Support Our Sponsors

SPONSORS play a significant role in the success and financial stability of the Sylvania Senior Softball League. We offer team and speciality sponsorships.


FRICKER'S IN SYLVANIA
Frickers (6 Teams)
Shawn McGill , Manager
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Joel Hansen
BARROW'S JEWELERS
Gabe Barrow
HARVARD BARBER SHOP
Gary L. Meyer
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Jeff Traudt
SCHNEIDER SONS' CORP
Jim Schneider
ANDY & BARNEY'S SPORTS BAR / JO-JO's PIZZERIA
Abe Mahmoud
ROOSTERS Men's Grooming Center
Gregg Ballmer
JIM KRIEGER, Real Estate Broker
Jim Krieger
GLASS CITY INVESTIGATIONS
Christopher Gill & Jay Schramm
THE RETIREMENT GUYS
Mark Clair & Nolan Baker
GUARDIAN ANGELS
Home Health Care
SUNDOWN CANTINA
Sylvania, Ohio
CITIZENS ADVISORY GROUP
Jeffrey M. Bucher


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WEBMASTER: GLENN MAXWELL
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CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER: JOEL HANSEN
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CONTRIBUTORS:
Jay Schramm, Jim Czerniakowski, Phil Vrzal


 

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Greg Loeb - Bottomline Ink, SSSL Logo designed by Francis Graphics, Inc., Sylvania Parks and Recreation, Scott Stampflmeier - Sylvan Studio, Sylvania, Ohio, Ben Hurley - The Screen Printing Factory, Glenn Maxwell - Nexus Enterprises


Sylvania Senior Softball

Bruce Anderson photo/JOEL HANSEN

ANDY & BARNEY'S Megan and Tiffany greet players from the Sylvania Senior Softball Masters League every Tuesday. The sports bar has been a sponsor for five years and offers half-price specials. A&B is also a sponsor for the SSS fall league.

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Sylvania Senior Softball

 
Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S speedster Phil Richards 'rounds first, heading to second in Legends Thursday night action.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

INTENSE! Doug Quint is all business when he takes the field for Fricker's on Thursday night.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

BARROW'S JEWELER'S Dave Ronau makes a nice running catch in right center. The Legends League has 12-teams competing on Thursdays.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

THE RETIREMENT GUYS Mark Clair bangs out a hit in the Legends League Thursday night competition.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S Jerry Edmondson raps out a hit in Legends League play.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S rookie Rich Puckett takes a high pitch for a ball.

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