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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


A mens' league established January 2008.
Pacesetter Park, Sylvania,Ohio
2011 LEGENDS' LEAGUE WINNER
2011 MASTERS' LEAGUE WINNER

Allshred Wins 50+ League
With 13-5 Record

Allshred Services wins the 50 and over league championship!!!!! Back row from left: Joel Hansen, Mike Rausch, Willie Geiser, Mark Grimes, Jeff Huskisson, Phil Richard. Front row from left: Mike Betley, Robert Robinson, Coach Jerry Keefe, Kris Brickman, Roy Koschalk. Not pictured: Dennis Telmanik, Andy Casabianca. League winner receive jackets courtesy of Best At Home Heathcare Services, Integrated Financial Resources, Inc and Express Office Products.

Allshred sponsor Willie Geiser holds the league championship trophy and is congratulated by teammates from left: Robert Robnson, Mark Grimes, Jeff Huskisson and Phil Richard.

Allshred coach Jerry Keefe presents an autographed game ball to sponsor and shortstop Willie Geiser.

ALLSHRED SPARKPLUG! Outfielder Phil Richard's steady defense and clutch hitting played a pivital role in Allshred Services' 50+ team winning the Thursday night league. Allshred finished with a 13-5 record.

Gary Meyer of Harvard Barber Shop steps on second and fires to first to complete a double-play.

 

ALLSHRED WINS 8 IN A ROW
TO CAPTURE LEAGUE TITLE!


ALLSHRED - 18 HARVARD BARBERSHOP - 10

In a rain-shortened game, Allshred Services defeated Harvard 18-10 to win the 50+ Thursday League. The weather was cold and wet, but the bats were hot as The Shred Squad came out swinging, scoring 18 runs on 25 hits. This was Allshred's 8th win in a row. The defense was solid. Jeff Huskisson made two outstanding catches in right to rob Harvard of extra bases. Dennis Telmanik and Phil Richard contributed with several fine defensive plays in the OF. SS Willie Geiser was at his best, fielding and hitting to lead his team to their first league championship. Hot bats: Denis Telmanik and Jeff Huskisson 3/3, Phil Richard, Willie Geiser, Mark Grimes, Robert Robinson, Kris Brickman, Mike Rauch and Jerry Keefe each had two hits. A cold and happy team celebrated with friends from the league at Frickers. (Coaches note: Our thanks to the professional staff at Pacesetter Park. After two days of rain, the fields were in relatively good shape and we got all games played. )
 

Allshred Wins Double-Header

Allshred won both ends of a double-header to move into sole possession of first place! At one time, Allshred had a record of 1-3 due to  injuries, players MIA and newcomers struggling, but give the Shred Squad credit for being focused and jelling as a team. Turn-about is fair play! On July 28 Frickers' #3 run-ruled  Allshred 21 - 9, but the Sept. 1st game was just the opposite with Allshred winning 20-7 in 5-innings. The Shred Squad didn't mess around, and it was the defense that lit the fuse on a steamy night at Pacesetter.

Allshred Defeats Garcia 18-5

Allshred Services (18) vs Garcia Surveyors (6): In the 2nd game of a twin-bill, Allshred won in 5-innings, 18-6. A potent offense, stellar pitching and solid defense were key factors in both wins. Twin-bill stats: Dennis Telmanik 5/7, Phil Richard 4/7, Jeff Huskisson 4/7, Mark Grimes 4/5 with one O-T-F homerun (his first), Joel Hansen 4/5 with a  key triple, Mike Rauch 4/5,  and Mike Betley 4/6. "There's good chemistry on this team," said Phi Richard, "and it's nice to see the majority of the guys having fun at Fricker's, after games." A hot hitting Allshred team showed no mercy on Garcia Surveyors, jumping out to a 15-1 lead after 3 innings. In the bottom of the fourth inning, Garcia roared back with 4 runs on 5 straight hits, including a 2 run triple by Dann Schlenbaker, closing the gap to 16-5. Allshred came back with 2 more runs in the the top of inning #5, and was answered by one more Garcia  tally in the bottom of the 5th.

End of 2011 Season [August 30, 2011]
Won Lost Pct. GB Streak Avg Scored Avg Allowed Avg Margin
PROGRESSIVE THERAPY 11 7 0.611 0.0 W3 12.3 11.0 1.3
C. CRAIG COVRETT 11 7 0.611 0.0 W1 12.7 10.4 2.2
FRANCISCAN LIFE CENTER 11 7 0.611 0.0 W3 15.6 11.3 4.3
STATE FARM INSURANCE 10 8 0.556 1.0 W1 11.1 12.4 -1.3
ANDY & BARNEY'S SPORTS BAR 7 11 0.389 4.0 L1 12.0 11.7 0.3
SCHNEIDER SONS' ELECTRIC 6 12 0.333 5.0 L3 11.1 13.1 -2.1
FRICKER'S 5 13 0.278 6.0 L3 10.3 14.8 -4.5

 

Tuesday League Ends With
Three Way Tie For First Place

AWARD WINNER! Progressive Therapy, coached by Steve Cygan, received the 58+ Tuesday League trophy. Three teams, finished with the exact won & loss record of 11-7. Based on head-to-head results, Progressive was declared the "trophy" winner and top seed in the tournament. Back row, l. to r.: Mike Nidek, John Radscheid, Dale Chase, Dave Glauser, Steve Weiner and Jim Dunlavy. Front row, l. to r.: Roy Koschalk,Ken Kreuz, Steve Cygan, Larry Glauser, Jim Rohm and Frank Rosebrock. League winners receive jackets courtesy of Sautters Food Center, Kramer Insurance and Wheelock Pharmacy.

FRANCISCAN LIFE CENTER finished with a 11-7 record, good for a 3-way tie for first place in the 58+ league.Back row: l. to r.: Chuck Strzesynski, Jim Fedor, Bill Wiseman, Jeff Lydy, Fred Roberts and coach Phil Franklin. Front row: l. to r.: Lee Kramer, Gary Beale, Ron Callison, Bill Cox, Kent Lincoln and Neil Klopping. Tournament winners receive T-shirts, courtesy of Lakeside Fund, Ltd.

C.CRAIG COVRETT's team's 11-7 record, was good for a 3-way 1st. place tie in the Tuesday night league. Back row, l. to r.: Dave Witkowski, Dave Brownfield, Tony Rutkowski, Ric Stager, Ray Agerter, Rich Bachar and Jin Langenderfer. Fron row, l. to r.: Larry Kastel, coach Dave Wise, Don Heilman, Don Dheel and Mike Riethmiller. Missing: Dale Knepper.

Neal Klopping squeezes the third out while Gary Beale provides back up.

TOURNAMENT PLAY! Bill Wiseman of Franciscan Life Center goes into foul territory to snag a pop-up.

Steve Cygan and Roy Koschalk surround a ground ball for Progressive Therapy in 58 and over tournament action

No matter how hard fought the game, sportsmanship prevails!! Franciscan Life Center players congratulate Progressive Therapy players in the final 58+ tournament.

End of 2011 Season [September 8, 2011]
Won Lost Pct. GB Streak Avg Scored Avg Allowed Avg Margin
ALLSHRED SERVICES
13
5
0.722
0.0
W8
14.2
10.7
3.4
FRICKER'S 6
12
6
0.667
1.0
W1
11.5
11.2
0.3
BARROW JEWELRY
11
7
0.611
2.0
W2
13.5
11.4
2.1
FRICKER'S 1
11
7
0.611
2.0
W3
14.1
13.1
0.9
FRICKER'S 8
10
8
0.556
3.0
W2
12.9
11.9
1.0
FRICKER'S 2
8
10
0.444
5.0
L1
14.5
13.4
1.1
HARVARD BARBER SHOP
8
10
0.444
5.0
L2
10.9
13.2
-2.2
FRICKER'S 3
7
11
0.389
6.0
W1
11.9
13.1
-1.1
JOSEPH WITTENBERG
6
12
0.333
7.0
L2
10.7
13.5
-2.8
GARCIA SURVEYORS
4
14
0.222
9.0
L6
12.2
15.3
-3.2

 

PHILLIES WIN 2011 FALL LEAGUE!

FALL LEAGUE WINNER!!!!! The Phillies, coached by John Yocom, won the Sylvania Senior Softball Fall League championship. Pictured front row from left: Woody Woodrow, Tim Kuzmaul, Mike Riethmiller, Dave Obert, Tom Taylor. Back row from left: Coach John Yocom, Roy Woodworth, Jack Edling, Bill Garber, Jim Schneider, Steve Mattin. Congratulations to the Phillies. They will receive t-shirts donated by Jeff Batanian and Batanian Tree Service Inc.