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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


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

2013 50's TOURNAMENT TEAM

JIM SCHNEIDER
JIM SCHNEIDER
Head Coach/Sponsor

Jim is manager of the Sylvania Eagles tournament team. His assistant is Jase Sweede. Jim was born and raised in East Toledo. He went to Macomber Vocational High School where he played football and studied electrical construction then graduated in 1974. In 1979 he married his first love Mary and they raised 2 children together. After high school Jim played softball for many years taking a break when his children got into sports. When he saw the ad in the newspaper for the new softball league at Pacesetter he jumped at the chance to get back into softball. Since then he has made many new friends and is grateful for the opportunity to play the game he loves most.

2013 TEAM ROSTER

Javier Almanza-OF
Jeff Batanian-IF
Norm Cairl-IF
Monty Coffman-OF
Perry Chillus-OF
Mark Grimes-OF
Lenny Jones-IF
Dave Kunst-OF
Jon LaBeau-IF
Dave Obert-OF
Rick Obert-IF
Mike Sanders-OF
Bill Savory-P
Jase Sweede-IF
Jim Watters-IF

Sylvania Eagles Take Flight!

THE SYLVANIA EAGLES, a newly formed tournament team that competes in the SPA 50's AAA category is sponsored and coached by Jim Schneider. Back row, from left, Monty Coffman, Dave Obert, Jim Watters, Jase Sweede, Mike Sanders, Dave Kunst, Jeff Batanian & Jim Schneider. Front row, from left, Jon LaBeau, Perry Chillus, Norm Cairl, Javier Almanza, Bill Savory and Rick Obert. Not pictured, Lenny Jones.

 

Sylvania players form new 50's Traveling Team!

The Eagles played in 3 tournaments this year. Dayton First Flight, Barberton Buckeye Classic and the Sylvania Great Lakes National. Although the newly formed team struggled on the field they never gave up and fought hard in every game.

They had many spectacular moments during the season including some highlight catches by the outfielders some awesome plays by the infield and some great pitching to help keep them in the game.

They didn't forget to bring their bats either as they let teams know they came to hit. All in all they had what would be considered a successful year and a team building bond they can be proud of.