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SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


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

SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL SCORES & STANDINGS

50+ Legends League

SCORES: Thursday, July 28

Frickers Maroon 15
State Farm 7
Frickers White 18
Barrow's Jewelers 13
Frickers Red 17
Frickers Navy 13
Frickers Blue 15
Schneider 14
Roosters 17
Frickers Black 10
Retirement Guys 10
Frickers Blue 8

 

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
State Farm
11
4
0.733
0.0
230
180
3.3
Frickers Blue
10
5
0.667
1.0
190
164
1.7
Frickers Red
9
5
0.643
1.5
170
127
3.1
Frickers Black
6
8
0.429
4.5
192
192
0.0
Retirement Guys
6
9
0.400
5.0
188
224
-2.4
Barrow's Jewelers
2
13
0.133
9.0
164
259
-6.3
DIVISION WEST              
Frickers Maroon
8
5
0.615
0.0
198
145
4.1
Frickers Navy
7
6
0.538
1.0
222
199
1.8
Frickers White
7
6
0.538
1.0
165
177
-0.9
Roosters
6
8
0.429
2.5
206
210
-0.3
Schneider
5
8
0.385
3.0
148
196
-3.7
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin

 


Fricker's Maroon 15, State Farm 7

Traudt State Farm went down to defeat but were able to still hold on to first place in the east division by a single game. Errors by the Farm Boys nearly equaled runs scored. Only 2-3 hitting was managed by Hartkopf, Traudt, Meek, Bores,Miller, and Norm Cairl with a OTFHR batting 13 in the line up.The Farm Boys will be tested in a rematch with Fricker's Maroon again next week.

Fricker's Maroon scored 5 runs in the first inning and never trailed the entire game defeating a very good team State Farm. Fricker's Maroon was led in hitting by Jim Watter's 4-4 1 3b; Lenny Jones 4-4; Bob Algier 3-3 and Dave Copi, Dave Obert , Joe Beham ; Tim Wilde and Charlie Oberlin all contributed 2 hits each. Ron fox also pitched a great game against a strong hitting team.



Fricker's Red 17, Fricker's Navy 13

Fricker's red came out in the first inning to establish a lead it would not give up. The first seven batters got hits and 5 runs were on the board, and they continued this to build a 12 to 4 lead, and never looked back. Besides the hot bats, several great fielding plays were made to help Red to a good win. Red smashed out 23 hits, and had several players going 2 for 3. The lead hitters for the game were Terry Patterson 3 for 3, with two doubles, Gary Beale 4 for 4 with a triple, Jim Czerniakowski 3 for 3 with a triple, and Dan Lewis 3 for 3 with a double.

Despite a six run rally in the top of the 7th Fricker's Navy still came up short 17-13 to Fricker's Red. Navy was without their only pitcher for the game and after moving fielders around were never able to jell against a good Red team. Mike Sanders went 3-4 for Navy, John Johnson went 2-4 with an OTF home run and John Nicolai and Bob Lewis had two hits each. Johnson played flawlessly with many chances at shortstop and Phil Richard made a diving catch to end the 4th inning.



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58+ Masters League

SCORES: Tuesday, July 26

Citizens Advisory 19
Harvard Barber Shop 8
Krieger 18
Andy and Barneys 17
Guardian Angels 18
State Farm 17
Harvard Barber Shop 18
State Farm 15
Glass City Investigations 18
Sun Down Cantina 17

 

58+ Masters League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Citizens Advisory
11
4
0.733
0.0
241
156
5.7
Glass City Investigations
10
5
0.667
1.0
236
218
1.2
Andy and Barneys
8
7
0.533
3.0
203
185
1.2
Guardian Angels
3
12
0.200
8.0
178
256
-5.2
DIVISION WEST              
Sun Down Cantina
10
5
0.667
0.0
242
171
4.7
State Farm
9
6
0.600
1.0
230
192
2.5
Harvard Barber Shop
6
9
0.400
4.0
139
194
-3.7
Krieger
3
12
0.200
7.0
135
232
-6.5
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin

 


Citizens Advisory 19, Harvard Barber Shop 8

The Barbers attempt at upsetting 1st place Citizens fell short when Citizens scored 8 runs in the top of the seventh to lose 19-8. Ed Eckert 4/4 and Don Dheel 3/3 led us in hitting. Our 22 hits only produced 8 runs.



Guardian Angels 18, State Farm 17

On a beautiful night at the ball park Tom Spy’s Guardian Angels and Joel Hanson’s State Farm squads played a hard fought extra inning game with the Angels hanging on for a 18 to 17 win. The Angels pounded out 28 hits and played a good defensive game. High lights for the Angels offense were Rich Knapp, Bob Collins and Gary Ruth all with 4 hits. Bill Trego and Dale Knepper each contributed 3 hits. The Farmers with their leader Joel Hanson on the DL played with a never give up attitude right down to the last out. Thanks to Gabe Barrow for pool playing and helping the Angels garner a win.



Harvard 18, State Farm 15

The barbers hung on in a back and forth game to win 18-15. Don Dheel completed a perfect night again going 3/3, Bob Miller also went 3/3, Jim Burnor and Gary Meyer both 3/4. This time our 21 hits produced 18 runs. Thanks to John Johnson for filling in. On to the final week of the the regular season.



Glass City Investigations 18, Sundown Cantina 17

G.C.I. working with Jim Dunlavy coaching in Jay Schramm's absence played a tough Cantina ball and came from behind to win in bottom of 7th. According to coach Dunlavy the sleuths were down 17 to 7 after 4 innings and each player contributed with at least one hit. Steve Higgins led the way with a 5 for 5 nite with 5 rbis and played a tough shortstop position. Robby "The Rock' Ravin went four for four and played a great third base. George Bates bounced back from injury and pitched a whale of a ball game blanking out the cantinas for three final innings. George went 5 for 5 and scored the winning run. Dan Korsog added a 2 for 4 nite and Jim Dunlavy also 2 for 4 with a nice catch to stall a rally. Thanks to Gary "The Babe" Ruth for filling it as a pool player and went three for five. Paul Wisniewski played a good defensive job at second base and Jerry Glanzman did a great job on the base paths. This writer very proud of the players not giving up and playing hard, backing up each other.

Sundown Cantina came out swinging and built a 10 run lead. But that wasn't enough as Glass City rallied and pushed across the winning run in the bottom of the 7th. The offense was led by Grandson Smith who went 4-4 despite being injured while tracking down a fly ball. Jim Dandar, Tim Kuszmaul, Roger Kinnersly, and Dave Cohen were 3-4. Joe Siefer and Darrell Smock were 2-3. Roger Kinnersly had 18 straight hits during July, raising his batting average to .800 as of Tuesday. Congratulations Roger!



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Fricker's/SSS 70's undefeated
in SPA Columbus
"Heart of Ohio" Nationals

League champs
photo/SUSAN C. MEYERCOLUMBUS, OHIO - The Fricker's/SSS 70's team went 6-0 at the Columbus "Heart of Ohio" National SPA Tournament, winning the AAA bracket! Coached by Bruce Anderson, this was the teams second tournament win. They won the Barberton, Ohio "Thee Buckeye Classic" AA bracket, with a 3-0 record. Back row, from left, Jerry Keefe, Richard Block, Lee Brandyberry, Jim Burnor, Jim Dunlavy, Jim VanBrandt, John Radscheid and Gary Meyer. Front row, from left, Don Torok, Dick Wachter, Don Dheel, Don Lange and MVP Dan Schlenbaker. Dunlavy led the team with a .882 BA, 15 for 17, and made the All-Tournament team, as did Radscheid, Meyer, and Wachter. Not pictured Bruce Anderson.

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Step up to the plate with the WWAST!

FREEDOM and American hero's are front and center when the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team takes the field on Sunday, August 20, at Fifth Third Field. Activities start at 12-noon, with the WWAST taking the field against the Toledo Police/Fireman All-stars in game one of a double-header. Game two is against the Sylvania All-Stars tournament team. Special guests and entertainers will participate in the activities planned for this charitable event.
 

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 Mission Statement:

While all games organized by Sylvania Senior Softball (SSS) should be played with the intent to win, the goal of SSS is to ensure to the best of its ability that the Members of SSS (i) have a positive, fun, athletic, and social experience, and (ii) compete and play in a sportsmanlike manner. It is an essential principal of SSS that all games and activities be conducted in a constructive, non-criticizing manner and to ensure that all members are treated with respect and dignity, and are provided a fair and equitable opportunity to participate.
 


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SPONSORS play a significant role in the success and financial stability of the Sylvania Senior Softball League. We offer team and speciality sponsorships.


FRICKER'S IN SYLVANIA
Frickers (6 Teams)
Shawn McGill , Manager
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Joel Hansen
BARROW'S JEWELERS
Gabe Barrow
HARVARD BARBER SHOP
Gary L. Meyer
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Jeff Traudt
SCHNEIDER SONS' CORP
Jim Schneider
ANDY & BARNEY'S SPORTS BAR / JO-JO's PIZZERIA
Abe Mahmoud
ROOSTERS Men's Grooming Center
Gregg Ballmer
JIM KRIEGER, Real Estate Broker
Jim Krieger
GLASS CITY INVESTIGATIONS
Christopher Gill & Jay Schramm
THE RETIREMENT GUYS
Mark Clair & Nolan Baker
GUARDIAN ANGELS
Home Health Care
SUNDOWN CANTINA
Sylvania, Ohio
CITIZENS ADVISORY GROUP
Jeffrey M. Bucher


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WEB DIRECTOR: JERRY KEEFE
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WEBMASTER: GLENN MAXWELL
Nexus Enterprises, Inc.

CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER: JOEL HANSEN
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CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER: JIM SCHNEIDER
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STATISTICIAN: MATT EDINGER
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COUNSELOR: GABE BARROW
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CONTRIBUTORS:
Jay Schramm, Jim Czerniakowski, Phil Vrzal


 

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Greg Loeb - Bottomline Ink, SSSL Logo designed by Francis Graphics, Inc., Sylvania Parks and Recreation, Scott Stampflmeier - Sylvan Studio, Sylvania, Ohio, Ben Hurley - The Screen Printing Factory, Glenn Maxwell - Nexus Enterprises


Sylvania Senior Softball

Bruce Anderson photo/JOEL HANSEN

ANDY & BARNEY'S Megan and Tiffany greet players from the Sylvania Senior Softball Masters League every Tuesday. The sports bar has been a sponsor for five years and offers half-price specials. A&B is also a sponsor for the SSS fall league.

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Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S speedster Phil Richards 'rounds first, heading to second in Legends Thursday night action.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

INTENSE! Doug Quint is all business when he takes the field for Fricker's on Thursday night.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

BARROW'S JEWELER'S Dave Ronau makes a nice running catch in right center. The Legends League has 12-teams competing on Thursdays.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

THE RETIREMENT GUYS Mark Clair bangs out a hit in the Legends League Thursday night competition.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S Jerry Edmondson raps out a hit in Legends League play.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S rookie Rich Puckett takes a high pitch for a ball.

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