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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


A mens' league established January 2008.
Pacesetter Park, Sylvania,Ohio
2014 LEGENDS' TOURNAMENT WINNER
2014 MASTERS' TOURNAMENT WINNER

Frickers' #3 upset Roosters
21-19 to win tournament

 

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS! Fricker's #3 held-off a 7th inning rally to squeak out a 21-19 win over the Legends League champion Roosters. Back row. from left, Manager Marty Harrison, Fritz Hartkopf, Charles McMillen, Glen Smillie, Ron Fox & Roy Woodworth. Front row, from left, Tim Kuszmaul, Tom Parker II, Granville Smith, bat boy Stylz Williams, Lenny Jones & Mark Clair. The winners receive T-shirts.
 

Roosters "Crow" Falls Short!

FRICKER'S 3 (21) - ROOSTERS (19): Fricker's #3 - In the finals Fricker's #3 had a 21 to 11 lead on the Best team in the league Rooster's going onto the bottom of the 7th and had hang on by the skin of there teeth as Rooster's came back with 8 runs for a 21 to 19 final score. It would not have been a surprise if they had scored 11 to win it, they have some great hitters and hit from top to the bottom of there line up. But Fricker's #3 has some hitters also and was led off by Tim Kuszmaul going (5-5,4R) Glen Smillie (4-4, 2,2b), Fritz (3-3,2b,BB), Mark Clair (4-5), Lenny Jones(2-4), Ron (2-4,2,2b) and Grandville (2-4) with a great catch in the late innings,Tom Parker (2-3) and had a lot of hustle on the base paths all night. Marty (3-3, OTF,HR,2,2b's,BB), Roy Woodworth and Charlie McMillin added a hit eachin the game and there veteran leadership all year. Thanks to the team for making it another fun year. Roosters Men’s Grooming Center - Three did turn out to be a charm for Marty Harrison’s Frickers’ #3 ball club in the Legend’s League Tournament Championship game.

The Men of Roosters had beaten Frickers’ #3 twice before during the regular season, but finally succumbed to a wicked hitting attack. The much anticipated rematch looked fairly lopsided for most of the game with Frickers’ #3 holding a commanding 16-3 lead after five innings. The Monsters of Monroe Street finally found their bats, scoring four runs in the sixth and then mounting a furious rally in the seventh inning by scoring eight more runs. Unfortunately, the rally came up just short with the potential game tying run at bat when the final out was recorded. Thanks go out to Kevin Koepfer for bringing out his live Rooster to root us on at the game. Congratulations to Marty and his Frickers’ #3 teammates on a well-deserved championship! To my Men of Roosters, what an awesome bunch of teammates and thank you for making this season so memorable!
 

FRICKER'S shortstop, Marty Harrison scoops up a shot and throws the runner out at first.
 

SAFE! Allshred Services Bob Miller beats the throw to Roosters first baseman Kevin Koepher in the Legends semi-finals game at Pacesetter. Roosters won 16-12. Frickers #3 defeated Roosters 21- 19 in the finals to win the tournament championship.
 

THE VICTORS! Marty Harrison, center, Fricker's #3 manager, joins his team mates, as they host the winners trophy - having just defeated Roosters, 21-19 in the finals to win the tournament championship.
 

photo/JIM SCHNEIDER

CHAMPIONS! Fricker's #3 players Roy Woodworth, Glen Smillie, Lenny Jones and Marty Harrison model the 2014 Legends Tournament winners T-shirts. Over sixty players attended the Fricker's party. Dinner, awards, door prizes and a 50/50 raffle hi-lighted the event

 

Harvard Barbershop wins
2014 Masters' tournament

 

HARVARD BARBERSHOP defeated Hansen State Farm in the finals, to win the 2014 Master's tournament at Pacesetter Park, Tuesday, August 13. Front row: Dave Brownfield, Gary Meyer, Jim Nickelsen, George Martinez, Dr. Jerry Glanville. Back row: Paul Wisniewski, Bruce Anderson, John Yocom, Dave Ashman, Granville Smith, Bob Miller. (Not pictured: Dave Charleton & Jack Holloway.) The winners receive SSS shirts and Harvard displays the "roving" trophy for one year.

Harvard defeats State Farm 18-5 in finals

HARVARD BARBER SHOP (18) - Joel Hansen STATE FARM (5): Harvard Barber Shop - In the finals, the barbers put away a shorthanded but tough State Farm team 18-5 in 6 innings. With the score tied at 3 apiece after 2 innings, we again put up back to back 5 run innings to put this one put of reach early. Anderson, Meyer, Ashman all 3/4, Smith, Wisinewski both 3/3. Everyone had at least 1 hit in our 25 hit attack. Great way to end the season. Thanks all you guys for a very enjoyable and rewarding season. See all of you next year. Joel Hansen STATE FARM - Well the Tourney shine wore off and the Farm ran up against a solid Harvard squad in the Tournament Championship game. Gary Meyer slowed our offense to a crawl with a fine pitching performance and his offense did the rest. The Farm’s hitting leaders were Bob Collins 3/4, John Brubaker, Dale Knepper and Bob Briggs were all 2/3. Congrats to the Barbers and also to the Farm who played short handed a good portion of the season, chipped away and made it to this championship game.
 

TROPHY AWARD! Player/coach Gary Meyer, accepts the winners trophy from Board Member Neal Klopping. Harvard Barbershop was undefeated in the 2014 Masters' tournament at Pacesetter Park.
 

CONGRATULATIONS! State Farm's John Brubaker and his team mates congratulate Harvard's Bruce Anderson, George Martinez, Paul Wisniewski, Jim Nickelsen and team members upon winning the 2014 Masters' League tournament, Tuesday, August 12. The winners receive SSS champion T-shirts.
 

TOURNAMENT FINALISTS! Joel Hansen's State Farm team ended league play with a 6-11 record. They bounced back to finish second in the Masters' end-of-the-season tournament. They lost to Harvard Barbershop in the finals. Back row, from left, John Brubacker, Roger Heineke, Phil Vrzal, Tim Sutter, Coach Bob Collins & Al Seeger. Front row, from left, Roger Smith, Joel Hansen, Bob Briggs & Dale Knepper. (Not pictured: Richard Block.)
 

THE RETIREMENT GUYS finished fourth in the Master's end-of-the-year league tournament. Back row, from left, Tony Rutkowski, Bill Weallens, John Shoemaker, Greg Ballmer, Bill Wiseman & Mike Nidek.Front row, from left, Jim Steffes, Gary Beale, Richard McNutt & Rick Knapp.