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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


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

50+ Legends Results

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Fricker's Navy
11
5
0.688
0.0
221
176
2.8
Bull Moose
9
7
0.563
2.0
226
218
0.5
Fricker's Baby Blue
8
8
0.500
3.0
258
254
0.3
Schneider Electric
8
8
0.500
3.0
225
220
0.3
Traudt State Farm
5
11
0.313
6.0
196
224
-1.8
DIVISION WEST              
Fricker's Maroon
12
4
0.750
0.0
244
179
4.1
Barrows Jewelers
9
7
0.563
3.0
213
214
-0.1
Fricker's Black
8
8
0.500
4.0
215
227
-0.8
Fricker's White
7
9
0.438
5.0
200
217
-1.1
Fricker's Red
3
13
0.188
9.0
174
243
-4.3
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin

 

Schneider Electric 14
Barrows Jewelers 5
Fricker's White 16
Fricker's Red 14
Traudt State Farm 14
Fricker's Black 11
Schneider Electric 19
Fricker's Maroon 12
Fricker's Navy 18
Fricker's Red 16
Bull Moose 28
Fricker's Baby Blue 18

 

Schneider Electric 14, Barrows Jewelers 5


Schneider Electric
The electricians were able to shut down a good Barrow team by a defense that blanked them in 5 of the 7 innings. Schneiders offense was also clicking as they pounded out 25 hits. Mike Sanders 4-4-2R was perfect on the nite with 8-8 and a stellar fielding at middle- infeld. Guy Stager 4-4-1R got help from Dave Kunst 3-4-3R-3B, Kyle Green 3-3-2R, Bill Trego 2-3-2B and Dave Ronau 2-3-2R.



Fricker's White 16, Fricker's Red 14


Frickers White
Frickers White jumped out to a 8-1 lead but needed to come from behind and then held on in the bottom of the 7th to defeat Frickers Red 16-14. Offensively Frickers White was led by John Johnson with 4 hits including a double and OTF home run. Dan Calmes also had 4 hits with Monty Coffman chipping in 3 hits including a triple. Jim Watters, Jace Sweede, Scott Dheel, Avery Cooper and Richard Block added 2 hits apiece. Scott, Terry Finch, Avery and Richard had consecutive singles with 2 outs in the top of the 7th knocking in the 4 runs which proved to be the difference.

Fricker's Red
Fricker's Red lost a heartbreaker.



Traudt State Farm 14, Fricker's Black 11


Fricker's Black
Fricker’s Black ended the season with a close loss to Traudt State Farm 11 to 14. The game was tied until the sixth when Traudt State Farm scored three runs (2 in the 6th and 1 in the 7th) and Black did not have an answer. Black was lead in hitting with Scott Richardville 3-3 with 2 OTFs; and Matt Giles 3 for 3. We had a lot of fun this season and look forward to the tournament. Good luck to everyone.



Schneider Electric 19, Fricker's Maroon 12


Schneider Electric
Completing the sweep of two top teams on the night Schneider has now won 5 of their last 6 games. Schneider had everyone on the team in the runs scored column as they hammered out 28 hits with 5 of them for extra bases against the league leading Fricker's Maroon team. Kyle Green(.754) avg. completed a perfect nite at the dish going 7-7 while pitching a solid game. Mike Sanders 4-4-2R-2B-OTFHR plenty of help from Jon LaBeau 3-4-3R, Bill Trego 3-4-1R, Jim Dunlavy 3-4-1R, and Dann Schlembaker 3-3-2R to help much improved offense to finish the year at .50

Fricker's Maroon
With the Division wrapped up and best record overall, Fricker's Maroon decided coach Joe Beham would get his first start of the year on the mound. He was brilliant and looked like he might replace regular star pitcher Jerry Edmondson. However, unfortunately for Joe, a softball game is 7 innings not one inning. After a 5-0 Fricker's Maroon lead after one inning, Schneider feasted on the pitching of Joe Beham scoring 19 runs in the last 6 innings cruising to a 19-12 win. Fricker's Maroon was led in hitting by Eric Iffland 3-3 withan OTF HR and two doubles; Fritz Hartkoff 3-4 with three doubles; Jerry Edmondson 3-4. Mike Betley, Kevin Greene, Alan Beerbower and Jeff Batanian all chipped in with two hits each. Thanks to Tim Kuszmaul and Gabe Barrow for filling in.



Frickers Navy 18, Frickers Red 16


Frickers Navy
The Navy men finished up the regular season with a win, giving us 6 wins in our last 7 games, including our last 4 straight. Leading the hitting: Dave Sanecki (4-4 3R 3RBI), Bob Miller ( 3-3 OTF HR BB 3R 3RBI ), Tim Van Brandt ( 3-4 3R 2RBI), Dave Copi ( 3-4 3R ), Gary Downey ( 3-4 RBI), Wayne Harris ( 2-3 3B 3RBI), Kris Brickman (2-4 RBI), Jim Van Brandt ( 2-4 2R ), and Jay Schramm added a key hit late for an RBI and scored. We would also like to thank our two subs, Mark Gedert and Dave Ashman, who both contributed largely to the cause. Mark played great at third, as always, and added 2 hits and 2 RBI. Dave was 2-3 with 2RBI and a run. Thanks, and great season so far Navy.

Fricker's Red
Fricker's Red lost another heartbreaker.



BullMoose 28, Fricker's Baby Blue 18


BullMoose
"Tonight's contest with baby blue was expected to be hard fought and did not vary much from that expectation. Visiting team BullMoose came out swinging and backed up a strong half inning with great defense to shut out the powerful fricken offense in the first 3-0. Then a second inning rally by baby blue tied it up at 8-8. BullMoose had the sticks tonight, banging out 37 hits (unofficially) and 3 5 run innings and a big 7 run rally in the 7th to salt away the victory for the antlered ones.... Huge investments offensively for BM were provided by Dave Obert (5/5 with 2 OTF HRs) John Nicolai (4/4 triple, double, single) Mike Keaton (4/5 with a triple, single and 2 doubles) Mark Claire (4/5 with a double) Mark Stroh (3/5 with a double). Kevin Koepfer continued a great hitting streak (3/4 with 3 doubles) Tom Duhardt (3/5) hit another whopper OTF. Brian Laver (3/5 double) provided some strong pinch running and Rich Brownfield (2/4) and Craig Mantey (2/4 double, bb) added some well-timed hits. Thanks to Jim Czerniakowski (3/3, 2 triples, double, BB) who provided some bonus hitting as well. Defensively we played a great game..Stroh pitched great in front of an opportunistic defense.."