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Fricker's #12 Wins Legends League
And Tournament Championships

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS! In the Legends League playoff, Fricker’s #12 defeated Fricker’s #2, 22-17 to win the championship. Back row, from left, Rick Stager, Jeff Huskisson, Keith Dominiak, Dan Calmes, Jon Labeau, Alan Beerbower and Matt Edinger. Front row, from left, Wayne Harris, Dave Brownfield, Jerry Keefe, Bryan Chaka, Mark Keeling and Amy Labeau, scorekeeper. Fricker’s #12 finished with a 13-4 league record. (Missing: Jose Lopez.)

Calmes hits walk-off homerun –
Fricker’s #12 wins Legends Tournament!

FRICKER’S #1 was up 8-7 going into the bottom of the 7th inning in the Legends tournament finals. Brett Crosby walked Jerry Keefe to lead off the inning. With one out, Jose Lopez, in the hole with two strikes – hit a line drive to left that hit the chalk line for a single. With two men on and one out, second baseman Dan Calmes stepped to the plate and hit a long drive over the fence in left center for a three run, walk off homerun, giving his team a 10-8 win and the championship. Left fielder Keith Dominiak, .649 BA, was 3/3 with three doubles and scored three runs. Fricker’s #12 finished the season with a 16-4 record, winning the League and the Tournament. Year-end stats: Dan Calmes, .596 BA, led his team in homeruns with 8. Rookie Wayne Harris had a breakout year hitting a team high .698, plus 7-home runs and played a real solid right center. Jeff Huskisson hit .655 and John LaBeau hit .652 with five out. Rick Stager hit seven homeruns and batted .606. The key to this teams winning record was it’s defense! Game after game they would come up with a big play to kill a rally.


FRICKER'S shortstop Jon LaBeau scoops up a ground ball in Legends league play. The Fricker's #12 team won the league and the tournament with a 16-4 record. Labeau hit .652 with five home runs.

FRICKER'S #12 left center fielder Rick Stager drives a shot up the middle at pitcher John Specht. Stager hit .606 and hit seven homeruns for the winners.

FIRST PLACE AWARDS! Amy LaBeau and Jerry Keefe display the jacket the Fricker's players received for winning the 2015 Legends League.

CHAMPIONS! Bryan Chaka holds up the T-shirt each member of Fricker's #12 team received for winning the Legends 2015 Tournament.


Legend champs
photo/JOEL HANSENFINALIST! Fricker’s #2 team won the Legends East Division and lost to the Fricker’s #12 team in the league playoff game 22-17. Back row; l-r, Charlie Oberlin, John Brubaker, Jeff Wagenhauser, Dan Korcsog, Bill Baldwin, Guy Stager and Bob Collins. Front row; l-r, Steve Hosler, Dan Lewis, Phil Richard, Kris Brickman, Jerry Edmondson and Rich Brownfield. Not pictured: Randy Rydman. (photo/JOEL HANSEN)





Sundown Cantina #2 wins two titles:
Masters League and the Tournament

SUNDOWN CANTINA defeated Andy & Barney’s Sports Bar in the finals to win the Tuesday night Masters’ League. Front row: Don Dheel, Roger Kinnersley, Neal Klopping, Jim Nickelsen, Tom MacNaughton. Back row: Darrell Smock, Doug Quint, Bill Garber, Marty Czerniakowski, Tom Spy, Bob Collins, Mark Vonderembse, John Kuschell 

In the final Tournament game we were up against an always talented A&B. The score was tied 2-2 after 2 then the bats got hot and we unloaded with 5 runs in the 4th and 5th and then going on to win with score 18-6. There were some great defensive plays like Tom SPY (2/3) catching a foul tip with his bare hand (it’s almost as big as a glove) and Tom MacNAUGHTON (2/3) with an incredible catch in left center to stop an A&B rally. Doug QUINT (3/4) also had a great catch in right in the 5th to stop their momentum. Hitting highlights go to Neal KLOPPING (3/4 3B), Jim Nickelsen (3/4 3B), Bill GARBER (2/4), Marty CZERNIAKOWSKI (2/3 2B), John KUSCHELL (3/3) and Darrell SMOCK, Don DHEEL and Roger KINNERSLEY laced singles. A special thanks Mark VONDEREMBSE (1/3 2B) who came off the injured reserve list to play. Don Dheel pitched another stellar performance.

It’s been an incredible season, losing the first 2 games then going 17-1, winning the League and Tournament took some luck but most importantly it was a great bunch of guys that put the team first, were willing to change positions and never quit. The dugout was always upbeat and encouraging words were spoken when we were behind. What a way to end the season.

The Sundown Cantina #2 team got together to celebrate one last time and to be awarded their jackets. The team had a remarkable 18-2 season winning the Masters League and Tournament. Back row, l-r, Darrell Smock, Bob Collins, Roger Kinnersley, Marty Czerniakowski, Tom Spy, Tom MacNaughton and Doug Quint. Front row, l-r, Mark Vonderembse, Bill Garber, Neal Klopping and Don Dheel. Not pictured: Jim Nickelsen and John Kuschell.

GOLDEN GLOVE infielder Jim Nickelsen snags a line drive hit up the middle for Sundown Cantina in the Tuesday Masters league action.


Andy & Barney team
photo/JOEL HANSENANDY & BARNEY’S SPORTS BAR won the East Division and finished second in the Masters League and in the tournament, compiling a 15-4 record. Back row, l-r, Charles Feltman, Gary Walton, Glenn Kurtz, Tom Duhart, Jon LaBeau and Dale Knepper. Front row, l-r, Bill Bray, Dan Leonard, Jim Vail, Glenn Lewis, Jim Burnor and Jerry Keefe. MVP Tom Duhart led the team and the league with 14 home runs and hit .843.