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Fricker's scores two in the 7th
to win the Legends tournament

Tourney Champs photo/JIM SCHNEIDER

TOURNAMENT WINNER! Fricker's (maroon) lost the league championship to Fricker's (navy), but bounced back to win the Legends tournament defeating Bullmoose Retirement 15-14 with Nate Freeman driving in the winning run in the the bottom of the 7th. Back row (L to R): Mike Betley; Carl Clark; Kevin Greene; Joe Beham (coach); Granville Smith; Eric Iffland; Jeff Batanian. Middle Row (L to R) : Javier Almanza; Jerry Edmondson; Alan Beerbower Kneeling: Nate Freeman.


Tournament Final:
Fricker's Maroon 15, Bull Moose Retirement 14


In an "Instant Classic" Fricker's Maroon won the Tournament Championship in a walk -off win over a very tough Bull Moose squad. Fricker's Maroon started the game hot taking a 9-1 lead after two innings only to see Bull Moose battle back to take a lead 10-9 and 14-10 lead. Fricker's Maroon cut the lead to 14-13 with three runs in the bottom of the 6th. The 7th inning was very eventful with Fricker's Maroon throwing out a runner at 2b on a great throw by Granville Smith and another runner at home on a throw from Carl Clark and nice catch by Mike Betley to keep Bull Moose off the scoreboard in the 7th and trailing by one run entering the bottom of the 7th. Fricker's Maroon got a one out single from Jeff "Treeman" Batanian to start the rally. Eric Iffland pinch ran and quickly moved to third on a single by Granville Smith. Jerry Edmondson followed with an RBI single tying the game and moving Granville to 3b. After an intentional walk to Alan Beerbower, Nate Freeman hit a walk off Championship winning single to left field. Fricker's Maroon was led in hitting by Jerry Edmondson 4-4; Joe Beham 3-4 with a 3b and a two doubles; Eric Iffland 2-4 with an OTF HR; Granville Smith 2-4 with a 3b; Nate Freeman, Mike Betley, Jeff Batanian and Carl Clark all with two hits each. I would like to congratulate my Fricker's Maroooooooon teammates for a fun and great winning season. Special thanks to Eric Iffland and Granville Smith who went above and beyond to change travel plans and vacation plans to make the tournament games over the two week period. 





Krieger Realty upsets Citizens 12-11
to win Masters League Tournament

2017 Champs photo/

TOURNAMENT CHAMPS! Krieger Realty bounced back from a losing season, only three wins, to defeat the league champions Citizens Advisory Group 12-11 to win the 2017 Masters tournament. Tim Kuszmaul, John Corlson and Chuck Strzesynski chipped in with three hits each. Back row, l-r: Jim Vail, Jeff Szenderski, Tim Kusmaul, Chuck Strzesynski, John Yocom, Jim Czerniakowski and John Colsum. Front row, l-r: Chuck Feltman, Mark Goodremont, mgr., Rick Schmidt, George Bates, Mike Riethmiller and Doug Quint.


Tournament Final:
Krieger 12 - Citizen Advisory Group 11


Krieger continued their march to the title. Winning only 3 games all season rallied to win all 3 games in the Tourney. Krieger capped off the victory by holding off C.A.G. (League Champs ) to zero runs in the last 3 innings. Krieger led by Tim Kuszmaul, Big Chuck, and John Coulson 3 hits apiece. Defense again played a huge part in the victory Congrats to Coach Mark Goodremont in leading this group of guys to the Championship, Final Score Krieger 12 Citizen Advisory Group 11. Thanks to Mark Woody Wilson and Gary Downing for their time umpiring a good game. Krieger also beat Andy & Barney earlier in the Tournament, the team with the best record. 2/4


John Yocum


Dave Ashman

MASTER'S TOURNEY CHAMPS! Mark Goodremont, left, presents the sponsor's trophy to Realtor Jim Krieger, the team's sponsor. Krieger's finished league play 3-13. But got hot and swept thru the Tuesday night teams to win. The winner receive T-shirts.


Harvard's Phil Carolan moves to scoop up a grounder as Citizen's Dave Ashman takes off from first in tournament play.

Krieger Realty defeats
Guardian Angels 12 - 11

In the second round of the tournament, Krieger dodged a big bullet leading by one run. Guardian loaded the bases in the bottom of the seventh with no outs. Rick Stager lined out with a rocket at the middle infielder for out #1. Next batter Craig Mantey grounded up the middle only to the ball fielded and turned into a game ending double play. Cinderella Krieger moves on to the Finals. Krieger led by Mike Reithmiller 4/4, Dr. Quint 3/4 and 2 hits apiece by John Coulson, Tim Kuszmaul, Big Chuck, Jim C, RIck Schmidt and Kevin Szenderski . Great defense saved Krieger in this game.