LEAGUE CHAMPS! Frickers' #4 won the Thursday Legends League championship with a 12-3 record. Back row, (l-r), Kevin Cagle, Larry Gagin, Richard Brownfield, Dave Obert, Mike Betley & Dave Ronau. Front row. (l-r), Marty Harrison, Tim Kuszmaul, Brett Crosby, Gary Downey, mgr., Mark Gedert & Rick Obert. Team leaders: Mark Gedert led the team with a .759 BA, 8 OTFHR'S and 46 RBI'S. Marty Harrison hit .732, with 2 HR'S and 30 RBI'S. Larry Gagin hit .652 and Tim Kuszmaul had 36 RBI'S.
FRICKERS' #6 upset Frickers' #4, 19-13, Thursday, Sept. 19 in the Legends tournament finals. Frickers' #6 had previously lost three times to #4 during the season. Back row, (l-r), Randy Bores, Bob Hoffman, DaveKunst, Jeff Gorney, Wade Timming & Mike Gory. Front row, (l-r), Mark Murphy, Rick Schmidt, mgr., Perry Chillus, Jose Mondragon & Brian Chacka. Not pictured, Tom Taylor and Greg Ballmer.
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS! Joel Hansen's State Farm team won the Tuesday night league championship, defeating Progressive Therapy, 11-7 in the finals. Back row, from left, Mike Nidek, Roy Woodworth, Jack Hollway, John Yocom, Bob Collins, Bruce Anderson and coach, Al Seeger. Front row, from left, Paul Wisniewski, Charlie McMillen, Darrell Smock, Jim Dunlavy and Gilbert Amaya. Not pictured, Greg Ballmer.)
TOURNAMENT CHAMPS! Progressive Therapy scored the go ahead run in the top of the 8th and held-on, turning a slick double play in the bottom of the 8th: SS Dann Schlenbaker to 1B Phil Vzail, to catcher Steve Cygan, to nail the runner trying to score from 3rd, to seal the 16-15 victory. Back row, left, Dann Schlenbaker, Bill Wiseman, Phil Vrzal, John Radscheid, Ron Fox & Steve Cygan. Front row, left, Mike Reithmiller, Dave Brownfield, Tim Kuszmaul, Jim Nickelsen, Bill Cox & Bill Baldwin. Not pictured, Jim Fedor.
SSS EXHIBIT! A team of Sylvania Senior Softball players braved the snow and cold, frigid weather
to set-up a promotional display at the UT vs. BG game on Feb 5. The exhibit was held in the West
corridor of Savage Hall. Jim Schneider, left, Neal Klopping, Guy Stager and Jerry Keefe greeted guests.
Jim was instrumental in setting up the event with UT officials.