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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

58+ Masters League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Andy and Barneys
3
2
0.600
0.0
78
65
2.6
Harvard Barber Shop
3
3
0.500
0.5
59
78
-3.2
Glass City Investigations
3
4
0.429
1.0
83
77
0.9
DIVISION WEST              
Guardian Angels
4
2
0.667
0.0
88
79
1.5
Rudy's Hot Dog
4
2
0.667
0.0
72
60
2.0
Citizens Advisory
4
4
0.500
1.0
111
94
2.1
Krieger Realty
1
5
0.167
3.0
59
97
-6.3
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Tuesday, June 20

Rudy's Hot Dog 10
Guardian Angels 1
Harvard Barber Shop 25
Krieger Realty 16
Citizens Advisory 17
Glass City Investigations 10

 

 


Rudy's Hot Dog 10, Guardian Angels 1

Rudy's Hot Dog
In a great defensive game Rudys was able to outlast a good Guardian Angels team by a score of 10 To 1. Great pitching performance by Mike (Woody) Wilson and no serious misques by the Hot dogs helped secure the victory. Jon Le Beau, Rich Knapp, Mike Wilson all went 3 for3. John Kirchoff had two hits and had a busy night in the outfield making some good timely fielding plays. Phil Franklin in his debut at second made a great play.

Guardian Angels
The Guardian Angels had an off night Tuesday. In the first game they lost to the Hotdogs 2 to 1. There were not many highlights seeing how they only had 9 hits. Rich Stager and Mark Keeling were both 2 for 3. It was just an off night and I am confident we will come back.



Harvard Barber Shop 25, Krieger Realty 16

Harvard Barber Shop
The Barbers bats came alive with a 25-16 win over Kreiger. Our 35 hit attach was led by Meyer 5/5, Bolinger, Schlenbaker,and Fox all 4/5. Everyone in the lineup had at least 1 hit.



Citizens Advisory 17, Glass City 10

Glass City Investigations
It was a wet and windy evening not conducive to playing softball but the Investigators and Advisors gutted it out and had a good time. Citizens didn’t bother with any singles for the first few innings and put up 5, 5 and 4 runs the first three innings with a barrage of extra base hits. Dale Knepper had a fine defensive game scooping several balls on errant throws and fielding some hot shots. Mark Vonderembse and Kevin Kagle led Glass City on offense both with nice 3/3 games.

Citizens Advisory
Not wishing to have back to back rain cancelled games, the Investigators and Advisors admirably battled in a drenching rain and bog-like field. Three big CAG innings sealed the 17-10win over GCI. To help speed up the game at a score of 17-6 going into the bottom of the 6th, GCI batted the bottom of the 6th and 7th innings sequentially scoring 2 runs in each inning. Paul Wesolowski and Mike Nidek were a perfect 3/3 with Wesolowski posting 2 triples and three runsscored. Bill Bray was 2/4 with an ISP home run, triple and plated 2 runs. Rob Ravin was 2/3 witha nice ISP HR and run scored. Pat Hoehn was 2/2 with a walk and a run scored. Adding substantially to the 23 hit team effort were Dave Cramer at 3/4, Mark Gedert at 2/3, Dave Ashman and Bill Green were 2/4. All four players crossed the plate twice. Muddy and wet but worth it



Andy and Barneys v. Guardian Angels: Suspended due to weather



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50+ Legends League

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Fricker's Navy
5
2
0.714
0.0
88
71
2.4
Fricker's Baby Blue
4
3
0.571
1.0
114
113
0.1
Bull Moose
4
3
0.571
1.0
104
97
1.0
Schneider Electric
3
4
0.429
2.0
76
87
-1.6
Traudt State Farm
2
5
0.286
3.0
77
103
-3.7
DIVISION WEST              
Barrows Jewelers
5
1
0.833
0.0
94
72
3.7
Fricker's Maroon
5
2
0.714
0.5
107
71
5.1
Fricker's Black
3
3
0.500
2.0
89
89
0.0
Fricker's White
3
4
0.429
2.5
100
100
0.0
Fricker's Red
0
7
0.000
5.5
53
99
-6.6
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Thursday, June 15

Barrows Jewelers 19
Fricker's Baby Blue 16
Fricker's Black 24
Fricker's Red 9
Fricker's White 18
Bull Moose 11
Fricker's Maroon 22
Schneider Electric 16
Fricker's Navy 13
Traudt State Farm 5

 

 


Barrows Jewelers 19, Fricker's Baby Blue 16

Barrows Jewelers
a 5 run seventh inning broke the tie. The rally started at the bottom of the order. Key plays were Ed Eckhart ,s base running kept the double play out of play and a hit by Charlie Mcmillan plating the first run .. The top took over and scored the rest. Great game by both teams. Barrows had 30 hits led by Tim Kuszamaul, Bruce Klostermeier, and Ron Fox 4 hits apiece. Jeff Aiello, Gary Gardner and Gabe Barrows all had 3 hits. Great effort by the Jewelers !!

Baby Blue
Well the Bad News Bears hijacked our jerseys again and they were no match for a scrappy Barrow's squad. Far too many defensive miscues allowed what should have been a very tight game to get away in the end. Offensively, while the first inning looked promising with 5 put on the board without an out, the baby blue bats could not match that success for the rest of the game. Terry Patterson and Jeff Huskisson both performed well, going 4 for 4 with 3 2b's between them.



Fricker’s Black 24, Fricker's Red 9

Fricker’s Black
Fricker’s Black bats came back against Fricker’s Red. Scott Richardville had two OTF HRs and 5 RBIs; Mark Gedert added a OTF HR and went 3 for 4, Marty Schmenk went 4 for 4; Norm Cairl and Terry Thomas each went 3 for 3; Phil Richard, Matt Giles, Mark Murphy each had 3 hits, Randy Rydman and Matt Dillon 2 hits each and Dave Ashman made some great catches in the outfield to propel the team to victory. Great team effort including Jerry Keefe who came back from a tournament to cheer us on



Frickers White 18, Bull Moose 11.

Frickers White
After a rough start 0-4; Frickers White has reeled off 3 straight wins. This victory was a team effort with some good defense, 6 players garnering 2 hits a piece including a bases clearing triple by Jim Waters and 3 hits including a double from John Johnson. Roy Woodworth continues to play a great 1st base with a couple of scoops and a nice stretch. Terry Finch made a handful of plays at 3B and Monty Coffman continues to solidify the outfield defense.

Bull Moose
"not much to say this week.. saw a great back and forth battle thursday night... unfortunately it was the game after ours... didn't hit well, had some fielding errors and hats off to a Fricker's white team that was on point.. Saw some great leadership from Dave Obert and Tom Duhart who both hit well as usual.. Mark Stroh provided the game highlite with a great running catch in right field. It only gets better after this one"



Fricker's Maroon 22, Schneider Electric 16

Fricker"s Maroon
The Fricker"s Maroon squad was on the good end this week of a 7th inning uprise. We trailed 16-13 headed into the top of the 7th and plated 9 runs in a see saw battle. Alan Beerbower had a big hit after an intentional walk and Nate Freeman hit a bases loaded double clearing the bases. Jerry edmondson had a big double after hits by Jeff Batanian and Fritz Hartkoff. Fricker"s Maroon led in hitting by Eric Iffland 4-5 with two 2b and a 3b; Joe Beham 4-5 with inside park HR and Two 3b"s; Carl Clark OTF HR; Fritz Hartkoff 4-4; Jerry Edmondson ,Nate Freeman and Mike Betley all 2-4.

Schneider Electric
The Electricians were able to lead by 3runs going into the seventh inning. Jon LaBeau 3-4-2B-2-3B led the offense and was aided by 3hit night efforts from Dave Kunst, Mike Sanders and Charlie O. The lead was not enough for a 9 run oburst in the seventh by a powerful Maroon squad that out hit them 26 to 21 with 11 extra bases.



Traudt State Farm 5, Fricker's Navy 13

Fricker's Navy
It was again a well balanced team win, led by good defense from everyone, good pitching from Jim Van Brandt, and two 5 run innings. Leading the way on offense: Tim Van Brandt ( 4-4 4R 2 3B 2B RBI), Kris Brickman ( 3-3 RBI), Woody (Jr.) Wilson ( 3-4 2B 3RBI), Dave Sanecki (2-3 2 2B 3RBI), Dave Copi (2-3 RBI), and Wayne Harris (2-3 RBI). Good job Navy.




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"DIAMOND DUST"
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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


 WEB SITE STAFF:

WEB DIRECTOR: JERRY KEEFE
Email: jerrykeefe1@Hotmail.com

WEBMASTER: GLENN MAXWELL
Nexus Enterprises, Inc.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: JIM SCHNEIDER, STEVE HIGGINS & JOEL HANSON

STATISTICIAN: MATT EDINGER
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COUNSELOR: GABE BARROW

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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
photo/GARY WALTON

LEGENDS LEAGUE'S Phil Richard, left and Matt Edinger strongly support UT and Fricker's. Phil is a SSS Board member and plays for Fricker's black and the Sidelines Sylvania '60's traveling team. Matt is the SSS website statistician and plays for Fricker's red.

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Sylvania Senior Softball

 
Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

TRADITION! After the game, "high-fives" with Monty Coffman and Bill Garber leading the way. Win or lose the SSS players congratulate each other.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

SCHNEIDER SONS' ELECTRIC'S Bill Trego scoops up a ball and comes up throwing in Legends Thursday night play.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

JIM KRIEGER REALTY'S Mike Reithmiller, Dennis Blue and Mark Goodremont "ham" it up for the camera at Pacesetter on Tuesday.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

RUDY'S HOT DOG, is a new sponsor for the Master's Tuesday night league. Paul Wisniewski, Hoyt England and Mike Betley model the sharp uniforms.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

GUARDIAN ANGEL'S Darrell Smock and Bill Trego trap Harvard's Granvile Smith in a rundown in Tuesday Master's League play. Jim Nickelsen looks on.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

RUDY'S HOT DOG'S shortstop Jon LaBeau drifts back to catch a fly ball in the Master's Tuesday night league play.

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