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


Head Coach

The 55 tournament team is guided by Phil Richard, who joined the Sylvania Senior Softball league in 2009. Phil has lived in the Toledo area all his life and graduated from Sylvania High School and the University of Toledo. He lettered in baseball and golf at Sylvania.

Phil and his wife, Cindy have two children, Kevin and Meghan.  Richard works as a financial adviser for Allstate Financial Services, a division of Allstate Insurance Co.
He has taken an active role in the league by volunteering to manage a team on Thursday nights and serves on the leagues Board of Directors.  Baseball has been a lifelong passion for Phil and has afforded him the opportunity to play competitively again, into his 50's and beyond with great friends. 

Richard is an accomplished golfer with a five handicap.

Sylvania, Ohio


Mark Gedert
Bob Miller
Jase Sweede
Norm Cairl
Mike Sanders
Dave Kunst
Dave Obert
Phil Richard
Patrick Henry
Dan Calmes
Mark Clair
Jim Schneider
Jim Johnson
Marty Harrison 
 Steve Higgins
Dan Korcsog

Kingstone/SSS 55's runner-up at USSSA Senior Tournament

League champs

Back Row: Phil Richard,Norm Cairl, Dave Kunst, Mike Sanders, Mark Clair, Mark Geert,Dan Korcsog Front Row: Jase Sweede, Pat Henry, Dan Calmes, Jim Schneider, Bob Miller, Dave Obert Not in picture: Jim Johnson

Kingston Healthcare Sponsors Team

The Sylvania 55s team sponsored by Kingston Healthcare Company played in a USSSA tournament at the Lucas County Rec Center on June 25th & 26th. The team played 3 tough games on Saturday and prevailed beating Shannon Fence 18 to 8, Detroit Blue Devils 18 to 7 and All in Sports 20 to 13. It was a good days work earning us a #1 seed for the next day. On Sunday the guys picked up right where they left off beating the Old Stars 15 to 10. This took us into the final game and guess who we had to square off against? It was the the Old Stars the team we had just beat in the first game of the day. They played us then the Detroit Blue Devils while we waited for them. It started out okay for the Kingston Healthcare guys but the the Old Stars tightened up there defense beating us 13 to 10. Not to worry we still had 1 more game to beat them for the championship. But the Old Stars seemed to get stronger and Kingston Healthcare couldn't seem to find any gaps in the defense. Final record ended up 4 wins with 2 losses for 2nd place.