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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


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

SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL SCORES & STANDINGS

50+ Legends League

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Fricker's Navy
3
0
1.000
0.0
37
21
5.3
Schneider Electric
2
1
0.667
1.0
30
33
-1.0
Fricker's Baby Blue
1
1
0.500
1.5
39
41
-1.0
Traudt State Farm
1
2
0.333
2.0
37
53
-5.3
Bull Moose
0
2
0.000
2.5
25
28
-1.5
DIVISION WEST              
Barrows Jewelers
2
0
1.000
0.0
39
36
1.5
Fricker's Maroon
2
0
1.000
0.0
33
14
9.5
Fricker's Black
1
1
0.500
1.0
45
42
1.5
Fricker's Red
0
2
0.000
2.0
17
21
-2.0
Fricker's White
0
3
0.000
2.5
46
59
-4.3
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Thursday, May 18

Fricker's Navy 13
Schneider Electric 6
Fricker's Baby Blue 22
Fricker's Black 21
Fricker's Maroon 21
Traudt State Farm 5
Schneider Electric 9
Fricker's Red 8
Fricker's Navy 16
Fricker's White 8
Barrows Jewelers 20
Bull Moose 18

 

 


Frickers Navy 13, Schneider 6

Frickers Navy
In game one of a twin bill, Navy used timely hitting and solid D to get past the Electricians. Jim Van Brandt pitched well, nice plays by Jay Schramm , Woody Wilson, and Bob Miller in the infield, Wayne Harris was good again in LC, and everyone contributed in a nice team win. Offensive leaders: Bob Miller (4-4 3R 3B 3RBI), Gary Downey (4-4 3R 2B 3RBI), Wayne Harris (3-4 4RBI), Woody Wilson (3-4 2R), Jay Schramm (2-4 RBI), Rick Obert (1-2 RBI), Jim Van Brandt ( 1B BB 2R), and Dave Copi played a nice game in the OF and added a sharp hit and scored. We also thank Mark Clair and Jim Johnson for subbing marvelously till our guys arrived.

Schneider Electric
The Schneider team managed just 12 hits on the nite in a losing effort. Mike Sanders was 3/3/3R and Charlie O went 2/3/1R. The defense needs some improvement but credit goes to Frickers Navy on their hitting.



Fricker's Black 21, Frickers Baby Blue 22

Frickers Baby Blue
Baby Blue bounced back from a tough loss last week by topping a tough Black team this week. Playing without a couple of key players, Blue was able to play adequate defense and banged out 35 hits. Six players collected 4 hits each, Don Dheel 4 for 4, Tim Rowe 4 for 4, Darrell Berry 4 for 4, Darren Axon 4 for 4, Bob Allgier 4 for 4 with 2 doubles, Terry Patterson 4 for 5 including the game winner in the bottom of the seventh. Patrick Henry went 3 for 4 with a 2b and 2 OTF HR's. Don Dheel pitched a great game in a difficult wind. Thanks to the best damn fans in the land for your support!

Fricker’s Black
The team got out to a slow start but battled back from a 16 to 7 deficit to tie the game in the top of the 7th 21-21. Mark Gedert continued his hitting streak this week going 5 for 5 with two home runs. Ashman, Giles, Cairl, Richardville and Thomas all batted 500 or better for the game. Thanks to Jeff Wags for playing with us. Jeff went 3 for 4 including a home run that scored three runs in the third.



Frickers Maroon 21, Traudt State Farm 5

Traudt State Farm
The white shirts again struggled at the plate, only getting 9 total hits. Maroon came with their bats loaded and never let up. Even with a few great defensive plays, State Farm just could not get it going. State Farm was led by Jeff Traudt, 2 for 2, 3B.

Fricker's Maroon
Fricker's Maroon jumped out early in the 1st inning with 3 runs and never looked back cruising to a 21-5 mercy rule win over the State Farm boys who just had one of those nights. The Fricker's Maroon team banged out 25 hits with 4 doubles and 3 triples in the game. It was a complete team victory with great pitching as usual from Jerry Edmondson and solid defense all around. Mike Betley used his "cat like " reflexes to catch a nice foul ball from catcher position. The top 4 batters in the line up were 14-14 along with 2 walks. Hitting was led by Eric Iffland 4-4; Javier Lopez 4-4 (just missed hitting for cycle as he had single, two doubles and triple); Carl Clark 4-4; Nate Freeman 3-3 including a triple; Jeff Batanian 2-3 ; Joe Beham 2-2 and 2 walks and Kevin Green contributed a triple. Also we turned a beautiful double play 3b (Alan Beerbower ) to 2b (Carl Clark) to 1b (Jeff Batanian). It was also great to get Fritz Hartkoff back playing after battling a serious staff infection the last several months.



Frickers Red 8, Schneider Electric 9

Schneider Electric
The defense improved in the second game of a double header and enabled the Electricians to gain a split on the nite. Defensive effort from the team held Frickers Red scoreless in four of the innings.Mike Sanders continued his hot hitting (.778) with a 2/3/1R and was aided by 2 hits from Kyle Green who pitched a fine game along with hitters Dave Ronau,Bill Trego,Dann Schlenbaker and Charlie O.

Frickers Red
In a defensive struggle, quiet bats doomed Fricker's Red. Thanks to Terry "T-bone" Thomas for filling in from the pool! Jeff Wagenhauser 2-4 (HR - inside the park home run) (2B), Doug Meeks 2-3(2B), Steve Higgins 2-3(2B), Terry "T-bone" Thomas 2-3



Frickers White 8, Frickers Navy 16

Frickers Navy
In the nightcap, Navy again came out on top with a solid effort by everyone, a nice team win. Defensively, Dave Sanecki was outstanding in LF, Woody Wilson played great at 1B, and the pitching of Jim Van Brandt was again on target. Offensive leaders ( Bob Miller 3-3 BB 2R OTF HR 4RBI), Kris Brickman (3-3 R), Jim Van Brandt (3-3 RBI), Dave Sanecki (3-4 4R 2 2B 3B RBI), Wayne Harris (3-4 2R 2RBI), Rick Obert ( 2-3 2 3B 3RBI), and Jay Schramm (2-4 3RBI).



Barrows Jewelers 20, Bullmoose 18

Bullmoose
The Bullmoose team played a much improved game tonight against a tough Barrows team, losing 18-20. The group more than doubled hit and run production from the first outing. Offensively led by Tom Duhart with 3 HRs over the fence and an intentional walk on his last at bat. Dave Obert hit for the cycle going 4-4. Other offensive leaders Laver, Clair, Stroh.. Good defense by the team behind George Bates on the mound..

Barrows
Barrows was led by Tim Kuszmaul, Bruce Klostermeire, Gary Beale and Rick Schmidt all had 4 hits apiece. Gabe Barrow 3 hits and Jim Shoemaker,Bill Garber,Ron Fox and Gary Gardner had 2 hits apiece. Gary Gardner also an OTFHR. The Jewelers had 28 hits. The guys from Bull Moose never gave up battling to the end just falling short with the home field advantage. Congrats to Tom Duhart blasting 3 enormous HR'S easily clearing the fences.



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58+ Masters League

58+ Masters League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Andy and Barneys
2
0
1.000
0.0
33
18
7.5
Glass City Investigations
1
2
0.333
1.5
37
37
0.0
Harvard Barber Shop
0
2
0.000
2.0
10
30
-10.0
DIVISION WEST              
Guardian Angels
2
0
1.000
0.0
33
14
9.5
Rudy's Hot Dog
2
1
0.667
0.5
37
34
1.0
Citizens Advisory
1
1
0.500
1.0
22
19
1.5
Krieger Realty
0
2
0.000
2.0
16
36
-10.0
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Tuesday, May 16

Citizens Advisory 11
Rudy's Hot Dog 6
Guardian Angels 16
Glass City Investigations 10
Andy and Barneys 20
Krieger Realty 7
Glass City Investigations 13
Harvard Barber Shop 6

 

 


Citizens Advisory 11, Rudy's Hot Dog 6

Rudy's Hot Dog
Rudy's hotdog could not put together enough runs to hold off a good citizens advisory team last night by a score of 11 to 6 in a hard fought contest.

Citizens Advisory
Citizens defeated Rudy's by the score of 11-6. Bill Wiseman pitched the 1st 6 inning and Don Dheel finished off the 7th after Wiseman walked the first 2 batters in the 7th. Mark Gedert played a flawless 3B and started 3 double plays. Leading the team on hitting were Bill Bray, Dave Ashman, Dan Wosolowski all 3/4, Mark Gedert, John Kuschel each 2/3 and Don Dheel 2/2



Glass City Investigations 10, Guardian 19

Glass City Investigations
Jim Steffes was 2 for 3, Glen Lewis had a 2 for 3 nite also. Alack of timely hitting led to GCI's demise.

Guardian Angels
Guardian Angels defeated a good Glass City Investment team 16 to 10. Once again the Guardian Angels played good defense and had some good hitting. Leading the way was Mark Keeling 3 for 3, Rick Stager 3 for 4, Jim Dandar 2 for 2. However there were a lot of key hits made by the rest of the team. Once again good job guys.



Andy and Barney's 20, Krieger Realty 7

Kreiger Realty
Kreiger lost to A&B 20-7 . After scoring 5 inthe first inning our bats cooled

Andy and Barney's
Dwayne Nemire stepped to the plate in the 6th with the bases loaded and slammed a gapper for a double, clearing the bases to ice this game. Krieger Real Estate failed to score in the 6th. A&B wins 20-7. Doug Meek, playing on one good leg was 3/4. Nemire was 4/4.



Harvard Barbershop 6, Glass City Investigations 13

Glass City Investigations
GCI Mike 'Woody Wilson went three for three, Jay Schramm 2 for 3 with a OTF homer. Dale Knepper 2 for 3. Jim Van Brandt was 2 for 3 as was Bob Collins and Glen Lewis. Kim Crosby had a 2 for 3 nite and some fine catches in left enter field. All around good defensive effort by the sleuths as they turned a few infield double plays.

Harvard
The Barbers bats finally came alive in the 6&7th innings scoring 6 runs on 11 hits. Unfortunately, Glass City had already scored 10 runs in the first 3 innings to win 13-6. Hitting leaders were Meyer 3/3, Bollinger 2/2 and Donaldson 2/3. Maybe next week, we'll start hitting in the first inning and continue for the whole game.



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Bruce Anderson photo/JIM SCHNEIDER

OPENING DAY! Bob Collins, right, Sylvania Senior Softball League President, thanks Ray Frick for Fricker's 10-year support of the league. A special plaque honoring his contribution and a round of applause from the players, plus the first pitch, the Fricker's chicken - who distributed gift cards for chicken wings - tipped off a gala opening night at Pacesetter Park. The SSS league was established in 2008.

 


 

 

 

 

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 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.

THURSDAY

FRICKER'S IN SYLVANIA
Frickers (6 Teams)
Shawn McGill , Manager

BARROW'S JEWELERS
Gabe Barrow

STATE FARM INSURANCE
Jeff Traudt

SCHNEIDER SONS' CORP
Jim Schneider

BULL MOOSE RETIREMENT PLANNING CO.
Mark Clair & Ryan Clair

 

TUESDAY

HARVARD BARBER SHOP
Gary L. Meyer

ANDY & BARNEY'S SPORTS BAR / JO-JO's PIZZERIA
Abe Mahmoud

CITIZEN ADVISORY GROUP
Jeffrey M. Bucher

GLASS CITY INVESTIGATIONS
Christopher Gill & Jay Schramm

JIM KRIEGER, Real Estate Broker
Jim Krieger

GUARDIAN ANGELS
Home Health Care

RUDY'S HOT DOG
3208 Alexis Road
Justin Dionyssiou


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WEB DIRECTOR: JERRY KEEFE
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WEBMASTER: GLENN MAXWELL
Nexus Enterprises, Inc.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: JIM SCHNEIDER, STEVE HIGGINS & JOEL HANSON

STATISTICIAN: MATT EDINGER
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CONTRIBUTORS:
Jim Czerniakowski, John Yocom, Jay Schramm, Darren Axon, Phil Richard, Fred Roberts


 

 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

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD! Jim Schneider, left, player, sponsor; Schneider Sons' Electric Corp. and photographer for the SSS website, was honored for his years of support and contribution to the league on opening night. Bob Collins, SSS League President made the presentation. Jim joined the league in 2008, and has been a vital part of its success.

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Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

BARROWS JEWELRY'S Gabe Barrow rounds third and scores in an 18-17 win over Fricker's White on opening day at Pacesetter Park. Third baseman Roy Woodworth makes sure he touches the bag.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

JEFF TRAUDT'S State Farm shortstop Jose Mondragon rips a hit to left in Legend League play. State Farm lost the first game of a double-header 15-12 to Schneider Sons' Electric.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

HAPPY FACES: it's opening day at Pacesetter and veterans Jay Schramm, Gary Downey and Bob Miller are all smiles as the season kicks-off at Pacesetter Park.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S CHICKEN, (aka Rob Barbee) and Meagan Compton at the SSS Thursday, May 11 opening at Pacesetter. The chicken gave out gift cards to all Legends League players for a free 10-wing dinner at Fricker's, Sylvania, Ohio-all part of a gala opening night.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S Liesa Wackler, Regional Manager, Ray Frick and Jerry Keefe at the opening of the Legends League. Mr. Frick was guest of honor. Fricker's has been a sponsor of the SSS League, since 2008, the year the league was established.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S Marty Schmenk, Mark Gedert, Mark Murphy and Jerry Edmundson will be competing against each other this season - the 10th Anniversary of the Sylvania Senior Softball League.

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