Blue League Standings and Game Summaries for Winter 2021
|Games thru -||Monday, February 22, 2021|
|Treedah Magee Realtor||4||1||0||0.800|
|Heather Van Peursem Realtor||2||2||1||0.500|
|Happy Ears Hearing Center||1||3||1||0.300|
|Brian Keep and Assoc||4||0||1||0.900|
|Susy's Home Cleaning||3||2||0||0.600|
|Camino Eye Care||3||2||0||0.600|
|Property Sisters Realtor||2||3||0||0.400|
|Dick Steiman CPA||1||3||1||0.300|
Monday, February 22, 2021
The Colonnade - 4 Treedah Magee Realtor - 15
The Colonnade team faced a team that could do no wrong today. We actually played pretty even ball through the first 3 innings, trailing just 2 to 4. Then we could just plate 2 more runs in the next 4 innings while giving up 11. Our 4 runs were all scored by our first 3 batters; Sub Steve Lunde, 2 for 3 and a triple, Ray Hensley, 2 for 3, and Dave Bagwell who hit a home run. Don Hanson was 3 for 3 and Mike Heitman and Mike (Sully) Sullivan were 2 for 3.
Treedah Magee Realtor started the 8:30a.m. game out with a well played game against a good Colonnade team and won 15-4 in a 6 1/2 inning game. Treedah's bats were hot, our defense played well and Bill Shanahan pitched another good game with 5 shutout innings. Treedah's 23 hits were led by Gary Kuhlman 3x3 3 rbi's 1 HR 1BB, John Smith 3x3, Dave Michels 3x4 2 rbi's 1 dbl, Daren Proctor 2x3 3 rbi's, Bob Williams 2x3 2 rbi's 1 triple, Bob Higgins 2x3 2 rbi's 1 dbl, Joel Last 2x3 1 rbi, Roy Sours 2x2 1 rbi 1 BB, Bob Leavengood 2x3, Bill Shanahan 1x3 1 rbi, Dale Schroeder 1x3. A big thank you to Mark Beckner for subbing for our injured shortstop, Kenny Shick.
Liberty Buick - 7 Suzy's Home Cleaning - 10
Tied after 3 innings, Liberty Buick took a slight lead which it held until the top of the sixth. Susy’s put up a four spot and Liberty was unable to catch up and the final score was 10 to 7. The game was well played, with a minimum of errors on both sides and some fine defensive plays at key points. For Liberty, it started out lo0oking like the Ron Swanson Show. Ron, batting third in the first inning, with two on, smacked a shot into right center for a three run Home Run. He had another RBI in his next at bat. And finished the day 2 for 3, 2 runs scored and 4 RBI’s. In another show of power, Gene Fleck hammered a triple in his 2 for 3 day, and scored twice. Sub Sherry Westland, despite an injury just before the game, clobbered on down the left field line for a double and went on to score on Dick Kohnen’s sharp single. Others with 2 of 3 days included Bob Dye, Jim Parry (who made the shortstop position seem as if he were born there), and Lanny Auberg. Each member of the Liberty Buick team had at least one hit, as Don Henkes, Norm Lustig, Gary Christofferson and Larry Apple and sub Dave Michels all went 1 for 3.
Susy’s won a very close game with Liberty Buick 10-7. Our record improved to 3-2. We had 18 hits. Leading the way was Sal Politi who was 3-3 with a double. Mark Beckner was 2-3 with a 3 run home run and 3 RBI’s. Dan Maguire was 2-3 with a double and 2 RBI’s. Mark Glim was 2-3 with 2 RBI’s. Kurt Kanouse was 2-3 with an RBI. Bob Lindsay was 2-3 with a big RBI. Annie Lowe was 1-3 with an RBI. Mike Ryan, Klaus Holt, and Jim Tokar were all 1-3. Terry Hughes was 1-2.
Property Sisters Realtors - 10 Van Peursem Realtor - 9
In a well played game by both teams Property Sisters won by a final score of 10-9 in a 6 inning game. The contest was very competitive thru out. It was a great team win for Property Sisters. Our defense excelled again and our offense had several key hits. Defensively our entire infield worked together to complete several double plays. The outfield continues to catch fly balls and is really great at getting the ball in quickly. Doug Aselon (playing hurt), Barney Armstrong and his little brother Gary Armstrong (sub) all were 2/3 with 2 RBIs each. Oliver Muzslay (sub) had a key triple in the bottom of the 6th inning that scored the tying run. Gary Smith followed with a basehit that scored the winning run. Thanks to Gary Armstrong and Oliver Muzslay for substituting for us today. Both players contributed to our win.
Less errors, more time to play may have made the difference for Heather Van Peursem Reality. The game timed out in the top of the seventh with 2 out, one on and 4 runs that had scored. So ,the game score reverted back to the end of the 6th. Other than that, we still need to tighten-up on our defense. The Heather team had a total of 26 hits and 5 walks. Rick Pearson: 4X4 (double and triple); Ed Abrams 4x4; Steve Rothschild 3x3+ BB +double; Ray Kouns and Ed Musgrave 2x4; Les Zirbel; Jack Braly; Steve Chambers; Jack Indig and Sam Bernhardt went 2x3. Every one got on base.
Camino Eye Care - 12 Dick Steiman CPA - 7
Camino Eye Care boys were out for a win today. Bats and gloves were well oiled. Lee Luft was 3-3, single, triple, scored 3 times. 3 R.B.I. Lee was the winning pitcher. Dave Nathe was 3-3, single, triple, home run, scored 3 times, 2 R.B.I. Pierre Boudreau was 3-3, scored once, 2 R.B.I. Neil Clewell was 2-2, double, walk, scored once, 1 R.B.I. Jim Young had a pair of hits, scored once. Gary Armstrong had a pair of hits. single, triple, 2 R.B.I. Fred Swan was 2-3 scored once. Don Fordney scored once. Frank Ranaldi had 1 R.B.I. Joey Rizzuto scored once. Jim Stocker played great defense at 1st. base. Jim Tomich had 1 R.B.I.
The Dick Steiman, CPA team dropped the game to the Camino Eye Care team as a result of hitting too many right at fielders and not being real sharp on defense. We had 19 baserunners, but we left too many on the sacks. Our hitting stars were: Bob Lessard 3/3 with a homerun, Lonnie Saiz 3/3, and 2 hits each from Al Miller, Paul Pearson, Jeff Smith and Greg Church, who also clubbed a homerun. It was a beautiful sunny day at The Field of Dreams, therefore it was a good day.
Happy Ears Hearing - 12 Brian Keep & Assoc - 21
There’s not much I can say other than we were hammered by Brian Keep Realtors 21-12. If I look into a crystal ball, they will win the division. Overall, Happy Ears played a decent game, both on offense and defense. Dave Laheey provided 2 great catches, Kevin Gillette made a nice back handed pick, and turned it into a DP. Karen Olsen made her debut at SS with her usual stellar play! Happy Ears was led by Dave Laheey (3-3) with a double, 2 RBI’s, Joe Gonski (2-2) with a HR, 3 rbi’s, Kevin Gillette (3-3) and a triple, Karen Olsen (3-4) including a booming double. With 2 hits were Dorothy Mazur (2-4), Tim Skala (2-4), Glen Zelkind (2-3), and Jack Madio (2-3) including a well hit double. Sherry Westland was (1-2) with a walk as we tried to rally in the 7th. Kudo’s to my players Karen and Dave who performed well in their new positions, and Joe who has homered in all 5 games this season. A tip of my cap to players that I had managed at one time, Don Johnson, Norm Volk( super sub), and Pat Moriarity who all came back to haunt us!
On a sunny day the Keepers were hot from the start scoring 4 to start the but the Ears scored 2. We held the Ears until the third inning when they came alive to score 4 and 4 more in the fifth. We scored enough to be a head by one going into the 7 inning. Our bats came alive for a 9 run 7th and we flip flopped. We held the Ears to one to finish the game. We produced 26 hits to score 21 which is very efficient playing. Hitting was lead by Roy Carpenter 4 for 4 with 2 doubles, Dan Hofeditz 3 for 4 with 2 doubles, Robert Blainey 3 for 4 with 2 doubles, and Don Johnson 3 for 4 with a triple. Steve Coffman was 2 for 4 with a home run, Bill Marchionni 2 for 4, Pat Moriarity 2 for 4, Les Bonde 2 for 3 and Mark Brenner 2 for 3. Every body had at leas a hit. Offense was great but defense was another story. We need to tighten up the defense for the next game.
The Property Sisters versus Heather Van Peursem game has been protested. The results may change.
|Games thru -||Wednesday, February 17, 2021|
|Treedah Magee Realtor||3||1||0||0.750|
|Heather Van Peursem Realtor||2||1||1||0.625|
|Happy Ears Hearing Center||1||2||1||0.375|
|Brian Keep and Assoc||3||0||1||0.875|
|Susy's Home Cleaning||2||2||0||0.500|
|Camino Eye Care||2||2||0||0.500|
|Dick Steiman CPA||1||2||1||0.375|
|Property Sisters Realtor||1||3||0||0.250|
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Dick Steiman CPA - 11 Van Peursem Realtor - 8
Dick Steiman, CPA team held on to defeat a very good Heather Van Peursom division leading team – well, “held on” is a euphemism for time ran out on them after taking the lead in the top of the 7th. We received strong offensive production from: Bob Lessard 3/3 (with a homerun and another that would have been if not for the 4th run scoring ahead of him); Ernie Huxhold (subbing for Ricky Herring) 3/3 with 3 runs scored; Greg Church 3/3; and Al Miller 2 hits & a walk. Wayne Seirs pitched a fine game keeping their guns off the bases. A win, is a win is a win and as it is our first we will take it!
This is a sad tail about, the cross-eyed cowboy who keeps shooting himself in the foot. In short, Defense won and lost the game, a few more outs for Heather Van Peursem Reality would have made a big difference. The game timed out in the top of the seventh with no outs, one on and 4 runs scored. The game reverted back to the 6th. The 7th inning should not have been played. We still would have lost. Other than that, we need to tighten-up on our defense. The Heather team had a total of 20 hits. Ray Kouns: 4x4 + HR; Ed Musgrave 2x2 + 2BB; Rick Pearson: 3x4; Les Zirbel hit a triple; Steve Rothschild, Steve Chambers and Sam Bernhardt went 2x3.
Camino Eye Care - 8 Property Sisters Realtors - 6
Very close game all the way. Camino Eye Care scored four in the 6th. inning, and held the opposing team scoreless in the last inning. Dave Nathe was perfect at the plate, 3-3, double, triple, scored once, 5 R.B.I. Don Fordney was 2-2. Lee Luft was 2-3, scored twice. Jim Young was 2-3, scored twice. Gary Armstrong was 2-3, scored twice. Jim Stocker had two hits, scored once. Jim Tomich had a double, single. Sub Mike Ryan had 2 R.B.I. Neil Clewell had 1 R.B.I. Lee Luft was the winning pitcher.
The defense for Property Sisters continues to shine, holding a good Camino Eye team to 8 runs in 6 at bats. However are bats just won't heat up. We seem hit the ball well but right at an opposing player who makes the play. Today we were held scoreless in 3 of 6 at bats while being held to only 6 runs and16 hits. The leading hitters for Property Sisters today were Bobby Dooling 2/3 with a 2 run homer and Kat Melton who was 4/4. Thanks to our 3 substitutes for helping us out today. Brian Swenson, Oliver Muzslay and Albert Miller. All played well.
Brian Keep & Assoc - 16 The Colonnade - 7
Colonnade came out swinging and scored 4 in the first. We replied with 3 runs. After that the Keepers defense tightened and we held them to 3 while we scored 12. Every body had at least one hit. Dan Hofeditz, Robert Blainey, Steve Coffman, and Dan Sykes all had 3 hits. Hofeditz, and Coffman each two doubles, and Blainey had a home run and batted in five. Sub Ron Eichorn had a single and a double. Pat Morarity had 2 hits one would have been a triple but he pushed the forth run home to end the inning. Mark Brenner also had 2 hits. 16 runs on 20 hits is very good production. Hofeditz pitched well striking out several batters and making some good defense plays. Sykes made some good plays at first. Another great game.
The Colonnade team played a very good Brian Keep team today and could only score 7 runs in 7 innings for the second game in a row. Today though, our defense could not stop the hard hitting opponents. Mike Heitman was 3 for 3 with 2 doubles and 4 RBIs, Don Hanson was 2 for 3, a double and RBI, Marty Jiminez was 3 for 3 with an RBI, and Mike Sullivan was 2 for 3 with an RBI.
Suzy's Home Cleaning - 14 Treedah Magee Realtor - 18
What a great game by both teams. The score went back and forth and we were tied 14-14 going into the top of the 7th inning. Treedah’s team scored 4 runs in the top of the 7th inning. Suzy’s team was held scoreless in the bottom of the 7th inning. We had 19 hits. Everyone played very well. Leading the way was Mark Beckner who was 3-3 with a homerun, a double, and 5 RBI’s. Dan Maguire was 3-3 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI’s. Annie Lowe was 2-3 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI’s. Kurt Kanouse was 2-3 with a double. Mark Glim was 2-3. Bob Lindsay was 1-3 with a triple and 2 RBI’s. Sal Politi, Mike Ryan, Klaus Holt, Jim Tokar, Jackie Couzens, and Terry Hughes were all 1-3.
Treedah Magee Realtor played a tough game against a good Susy's Home Cleaning team and squeezed out an 18-14 win in a 7 inning game. Treedah & Susy's were tied 4-4 after the first inning and we played from behind until Treedah tied the score 14-14 after 6 innings. In the open inning Treedah scored 4 runs and shut out Susy's to close the game out 18-14, a well played game by both teams in the windy conditions. Treedah's 24 hits were led by Kenny Shick 3x3 4 rbi's 1 HR 1 dbl 1 bb, Gary Kuhlman 4x4 1 rbi 1 dbl, Dave Michels 3x3 2 rbi's 1 HR 1 bb, Bob Higgins and Daren Proctor 3x3 3 rbi's 1dbl each, Dale Schroeder 2x2, Roy Sours 2x3 2 rbi's, John Smith 2x4 2 rbi's, Bob Levengood and Bob Williams 1x3 each, Joel Last 0x3 1 rbi. Bill Shanahan pitched another good game with 3 shutout innings.
Happy Ears Hearing - 20 Liberty Buick - 20
"Facing a 6 run deficit going into the bottom of the 7th inning, Happy Ears rallied for a 20-20 hard fought tie with a hard hitting Liberty Buick team. Karen Olsen(KO) led off with a single to start the comeback, followed by 6 consecutive hits and a walk. The big blow was Joe Gonski’s 2 rbi single which set the stage for Yvonne Becker’s game tieing hit. Joe had a great game(4-4), 7rbi’s, and a home run. KO(3-4) KevinGillette (3-3), Greg Lynch(3-4) and Yvonne Becker (3-4) all had 3 hits. Glen Zelkind (2-4), Jack Madio (2-4,Dorothy Mazur (2-4) and Maynard March(2-3) each had 2 hits . Sherry Westland (1-3) and Dave Layhee (1-3) chipped in with a hit for a total of 28 hits, the bats were alive today.
Editors Note: This game was initially a 21 to 20 win for Happy Ears. However, the game was protested by Liberty resulting a declared tie. The score and above report were modified to reflect that decision.
|Games thru -||Monday, February 15, 2021|
|Heather Van Peursem Realtor||2||0||1||0.833|
|Treedah Magee Realtor||2||1||0||0.667|
|Happy Ears Hearing Center||1||2||0||0.333|
|Brian Keep and Assoc||2||0||1||0.833|
|Susy's Home Cleaning||2||1||0||0.667|
|Property Sisters Realtor||1||2||0||0.333|
|Camino Eye Care||1||2||0||0.333|
|Dick Steiman CPA||0||2||1||0.167|
Monday, February 15, 2021
Camino Eye Care - 13 Happy Ears Hearing - 11
Hard fought game on both sides. Camino Eye Care boys wanted a big win. Dave Nathe was 3-3, home run, triple, scored twice, 5 R.B.I. Lee Luft was 3-3, scored twice and was the winning pitcher. Sub Jim Parry was 3-3, scored 3 times. Jim Young was 3-3, scored once, 1 R.B.I. Jim Tomish was 3-3, with a double, 2 R.B.I. Frank Ranaldi had a double, 1 R.B.I. Gary Armstrong had a triple, scored once. 2 R.B.I. Neil Clewell had a pair of singles, scored once.
"Happy Ears played Camino Eye Care in the Monday morning wake up game. Joe Gonskl’s grand slam led off the game for a quick lead. However, Happy Ears went into a sleep walking mode, and after 6 innings of to and fro, eventually lost 13-11. While our defense (3 errors) was stellar, and our offense was good enough(22) hits, our base running left a lot to be desired , and cost us several runs. To quote football coaches, “ we need to clean this up/ get it fixed, etc. Joe led all hitters with(3-3) HR, triple and 5 RBI’s. Greg Lynch was perfect at the plate(3-3) while Karen Olsen,was (3-4). Chipping in with 2 hits were Dorothy Mazur(2-4), Tim Skala (2-4), Yvonne Becker(2-3), and Maynard March (2-3).
Van Peursem Realtor - 16 Suzy's Home Cleaning - 15
If there was a full moon shinning I could understand and accept the number of errors in this game for Heather Van Peursem Reality and Susy’s Home Cleaning. We had some good plays from Ed Schofield at 2nd base, along with his playing partner Ed Abrams at 1st. Ray Kouns continues is rock solid in the outfield. This Game was a back and forth game which was tied-up in the 6th inning, 14-14. Susy’s scored only one in the top of the 7th, we needed 2 to win. With one out, Ray Kouns hit a line drive that rolled to the wall for a home run. Ed Musgrave hit a double and Rick Pearsom smacks a triple to win the game. Our Team racked up 27 hits, Steady Ray Kouns 4x4 +HR ; Rick Pearson: 3x4+ triple; Les Zirbel 3x3 +triple; Ed Schofield 3x3 Steve Chambers 2x3 + a double; Steve Rothschild 2x3 + double; Jack Indig 2x3; Patti Jones got a BB with a RBI.
Suzy’s came out with our bats hot, however, our defense struggled today. We had 19 hits and scored 15 runs. Leading the way was Annie Lowe who was 2-2 with a double, a base on balls, and 3 RBI’s. Sal Politi was 2-3 with a homerun, a base on balls, and an RBI. Kurt Kanouse was 3-4 with an RBI. Mark Glim was 2-3 with an RBI. Klaus Holt was 2-3 with a triple and an RBI. Mark Beckner was 2-4 with a homerun and 3 RBI’s. Dan Maguire was 2-4 with a double and an RBI. Mike Ryan was 1-3 with an RBI. Terry Hughes was 1-3 with 2 RBI’s. Jim Tokar was 1-3. Bob Lindsay was 1-3. Jackie Couzens was 0-2 with a base on balls and an RBI.
The Colonnade - 7 Dick Steiman CPA - 7
The Colonnade team played an excellent game on defense today only giving up 7 runs in 7 innings. However, our offense left their bats at home. Ron Rogerson and Dave Bagwell were 3 for 4. Going 2 for 3 were Mike Heitman, Vern McMurray, sub Barney Armstrong, and Bill Clark who had a double.
The Dick Steiman, CPA team is showing improvement: we went from being mercilessly stomped on, to playing better but beaten, to earning a tie! Our offensive output was meager, but several players stood out: Bob Lessard banged out a homerun and scored 3 of our 7 runs with a perfect 3/3; Ernie Huxhold (subbing for Ricky Herring), Greg Church, Jeff Cretors (subbing for Lonnie Saiz), Chip White and Ed Hart each had 2 hits. Greg Church led a solid defense with several outstanding plays at 3B. Vicki Hanson also subbed for Andy Coles. Now we go to work on getting a victory.
Liberty Buick - 5 Brian Keep & Assoc - 17
Liberty Buick had its second consecutive flat tire, losing 17 to 5 to Brian Keep & Assoc.
We started fast today with 4 runs but the Buick Guys came right back and scored 4. We got serious and held them to one run for the balance of a 6 inning mercy game. Defense was good with 2 double plays and pitching was good with no walks. But hitting was great and lead by Roy Carpenter, Dan Hofeditz, Robert Blainey and Dan Sykes each with three hits. Blainey and Sykes each had a triple. Every one else had 2 hits. Good balance hitting.
Treedah Magee Realtor - 13 Property Sisters Realtor - 12
Treedah Magee Realtor edged out a good Property Sisters team 13-12 in a 7 inning game. Treedah held the lead through 6 innings 11-8. The Sisters scored 4 runs in the top of the 7th inning to take the lead 12-11. Treedah managed to score 2 runs with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th inning to close the game out 13-12. The Sisters played great defense with many hard hit balls that were caught for outs, both teams played well in a very competitive game. Treedah's 23 hits were led by Gary Kuhlman 4x4 2 rbi's 2 dbls, Kenny Shick 3x3 3 rbi's 1 dbl 1 bb, Bob Williams 3x3 1 triple 1 dbl, Bob Higgins 3x4 1 rbi 1 dbl, Daren Proctor 2x4 4 rbi's 1 dbl, Roy Sours 2x3 1 rbi, Dale Schroeder 1x2 1 rbi 1 dbl 1 bb, Bill Shanahan 1x3 1 rbi, Dave Michels 1x3 1 dbl 1 bb, John Smith, Bob Levengood & Joel Last 1x3 each. Bill Shanahan pitched another good game with 3 shut out innings.
In a well played hard fought game Property Sisters lost to a hard hitting Treedah Magee team this afternoon. After falling behind 6-1 after 3 innings Property Sisters closed the gap to 3 runs after 6 innings and went ahead by 1 run in the top of the 7th inning. Unfortunately it was not a big enough lead. With 2 outs in the bottom of the seventh Treedah Magee scored 2 runs to take the lead and end the game. Property Sisters played a defensive gem today with several players contributing great plays. Kat Melton, Joe Osoweic, Bobby Dooling, Doug Asleson and Vikki Hanson all played outstanding. Offensively Bob Dooling was 4/4 with 1 RBI, Doug Asleson was 2/2 with 4 RBIs and Judy Muller and Joe Osoweic were each 2/3 Joe having 2 RBIs and Judy 1.
|Games thru -||Wednesday, February 10, 2021|
|Heather Van Peursem Realtor||1||0||1||0.750|
|Treedah Magee Realtor||1||1||0||0.500|
|Happy Ears Hearing Center||1||1||0||0.500|
|Susy's Home Cleaning||2||0||0||1.000|
|Brian Keep and Assoc||1||0||1||0.750|
|Property Sisters Realtor||1||1||0||0.500|
|Dick Steiman CPA||0||2||0||0.000|
|Camino Eye Care||0||2||0||0.000|
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Camino Eye Care - 4 The Colonnade - 10
Jim Young was 3-3, scored once. Lee Luft was 3-4, 1 R.B.I. Dave Nathe was 2-3, double, home run, scored once, 2 R.B.I. Gary Armstrong was 2-3, scored once. Jim Stocker had 1 R.B.I.
The Colonnade team played an excellent game on defense today only giving up 4 runs in 7 innings. Three double plays, a great running catch in right center by Mike Mcginn, and two great catches by Steve Lunde were the highlights of our play behind the great pitching of Ray Hensley. Offensively we have not hit our stride yet, scoring just 10 runs. Dave Bagwell was 3 for 4 with a homerun and Ron Rogerson was 3 for 4. Marty Jiminez hit a nice triple.
Treedah Magee Realtor - 7 Brian Keep & Assoc - 14
Treedah Magee Realtor team squared off against a good Brian Keep & Assoc. team and lost 14-7 in a 7 inning game. The game was close through 6 inning with Brian Keep leading 8-5. In the open inning Brian Keep scored 6 runs and held Treedah to 2 runs to close the game out 14-7. Treedah's 13 hits were led by John Smith 3x3 3 rbi's 1 triple 1 dbl, Gary Kuhlman 3x3 2 rbi's 1 HR, Kenny Shick 2x3 1 dbl, Roy Sours 2x3, Daren Proctor 1x3 1 rbi 1 sac, Bob Williams 1x2, Dave Michels 1x3.
It was an overcast day and the Keepers started slow scoring only 2 and Treedah came out strong and scored 4 to start the game. The Keppers held Treedah to 1 run for 4 inning and scored 6 to take a 8 to 5 lead going into the 7th. Our bats came alive in the 7th scoring 6 to take a 14 to 5 lead. Treedah tried to come back scoring only 2 and the game was over. Hitting was lead by Roy Carpenter, Dan Sykes and Robert Blainey all were 4 for 4. Sykes had 3 RBIs and Blainey had 5 RBIs and a home run. Dan Hofeditz, Steve Coffman, and Mark Brenner each had 2 hits. Don Johnson and Pat Moriarity each had a triple. All to geather we produced 23 hits but the defense won the game. We turned 2 double plays, the outfield caught all fly balls hit to them and Dan Hofeditz finished the game with 3 ground balls hit to him for the the final outs. Grate game played agains one of the better teams in our league.
Property Sisters Realtors - 8 Liberty Buick - 5
Property Sisters defeated a very good hitting Liberty Buick Team today by playing excellent defense. Property Sisters held the Liberty Buick squad scoreless in 5 of 7 innings. A complete team effort by the Sisters. Defensive leaders today were Judy Muller who caught 2 fly balls in shallow left field, Bob Craig who caught several ground balls playing second base and Gary Smith our catcher who caught a foul ball pop up and almost caught another. The whole team communicated well on defense. Offensive leaders for today were Doug Asleson,3/3 with 2 RBIs; Bob Dooling 2/3 with 3 runs scored and Vikki Hanson, Butch Schultz, Barney Armstrong and Brian Swenson ( substitute) all of whom had a 2 hit game. Thanks to Brian Swenson for substituting for us today. Brian played very well at Rover and contributed 2 hits and 1 RBI.
"In a complete reversal of fortunes, Liberty Buick’s bats went completely silent and the team was only able to push 5 rums across the plate. While its defense was admirable, Liberty still allowed its opponent, Property Sisters, to score 9 in a seven inning game. Notwithstanding the loss, its first of the year, kudos need to go out to left-fielder Bob Dye, who, after missing the first game, made two great catches in the first inning. Bob was also the only team member to have a perfect day at the plate, going 3 for 3, and scoring one of Liberty’s few runs. Ron Swanson had 3 hits in 4 trips and also scored a run. Joe Jellison made some fine plays at second base and contributed 2 RBI’s as well as scoring once. Jim Parry added 2 hits and an RBI.
Happy Ears Hearing - 5 Van Peursem Realtor - 15
Happy Ears was extremely flat today as they were soundly defeated by a power packed Heather Van Peursem Realtor team 12-5. A tip of the Ears hat to today’s opponents! Tim Skala (3-3) and Kevin Gillette (2-3) continued their hot streaks.Joe Gonski had a 2 run HR and sac fly.(SUB) Laura Johnson chipped in with 2 hits. That’s all to report boys and girls as you do not win many games with 12 hits in a 7 inning game! Thanks to Laura for subbing!
Summer is certainly here when you play a 1:15 game. Our Top of the batting order was cranking out the runs. Our Team racked up 21 hits in 6 innings. Top of the order scored 12 runs and the Middle of the order had 3 runs. Steady Ray Kouns: 3x3; Rick Pearson: 2x2 plus an intentional walk; Les Zirbel 3x3 +HR; Steve Chambers 3x3, he got hot with his bat. The Following Players, all had 2x3 hits Steve Rothschild; Jack Braly (first game today); and our third baseman Jack Indig. Everyone on the Team reach base with a Hit or a walk. Big thanks to Everyone for doing your best. Defense is improving.
Dick Steiman CPA - 12 Suzy's Home Cleaning - 19
The Dick Steiman, CPA team improved significantly from Monday’s debacle, but were not able to match the hard hitting & speedy Susy’s Home Cleaning crew. We got a homerun from Bob Lessard and triples from Kris Koch & Greg Church. We also had solid performances from Al Miller (3/3 and 3 runs scored), 3/3s from Rick Herring, Paul Pearson & Lonnie Saiz. Chip White & Jeff Smith also had 2 hits each. The defense was also better, but nothing to write home about.
Suzy’s wore our hitting shoes today and belted out 30 hits in a 19-12 victory over Steimens. Leading the way was Kurt Kanouse who was 4-4 with a double, a triple, and 2 RBI’s. Mark Beckner was 4-4 with 2 RBI’s. Dan Maguire was 3-4 with a home run and 4 RBI’s. Mark Glim was 3-4 with 3 RBI’s. Bob Lindsay was 3-4 with 1 RBI. Jim Tokar was 3-4. Jackie Couzens was 2-2, a base on balls, and 2 RBI’s. Ernie Huxhold, Sub, was 2-3 with a base on balls and 1 RBI. Klaus Holt was 2-3. Mike Ryan was 2-4 with 1 RBI. Terry Hughes was 1-2, with a walk and 1 RBI. Annie Lowe was 1-3 with a base on balls and an RBI.
|Games thru -||Monday, February 8, 2021|
|Happy Ears Hearing Center||1||0||0||1.000|
|Treedah Magee Realtor||1||0||0||1.000|
|Heather Van Peursem Realtor||0||0||1||0.500|
|Susy's Home Cleaning||1||0||0||1.000|
|Brian Keep and Assoc||0||0||1||0.500|
|Property Sisters Realtor||0||1||0||0.000|
|Camino Eye Care||0||1||0||0.000|
|Dick Steiman CPA||0||1||0||0.000|
Monday, February 8, 2021
Treedah Magee Realtor - 14 Dick Steiman CPA - 2
Treedah Magee Realtor started the Winter season out with a well played game against a good Dick Steiman CPA team and won 14-2 in 4 1/2 inning game. Treedah's bats were hot, our defense played well and Bill Shanahan pitched an outstanding game with 4 shutout innings. Treedah's 28 hits were led by Kenny Shick 3x3 3 rbi's 2 dbls, Bob Higgins, Daren Proctor & Roy Sours 3x3 2 rbi's each, Dave Michels & John Smith 3x3 1 rbi each, Joel Last 2x2 2 rbi's, Dale Schroeder 2x2 1 rbi, Bob Williams 2x2 1 dbl, Bob Levengood 2x3 1 rbi, Gary Kuhlman 2x3.
The season got off to a rough start for the Acco
untants as we ran into “The Buzzsaw Boys” – er, Treedah Magee Realtor, and were mercied in short order. We did have 3 players bat a perfect 3/3: Paul Pearson, Lonnie Saiz & Al Miller. See you all Wednesday at 2:50 – maybe we are an afternoon type team.
Suzy's Home Cleaning - 9 Property Sisters Realtors - 8
"What a great way to start a new season. It was a very close game against Property Sisters. It was back and forth the entire game. Suzy's had to score 3 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to win. We had 18 hits. Leading the way was Mark Beckner who was 4-4 with 4 RBI's. Kurt Kanouse was 3-4 which included the game winning RBI. Mark Glim was 2-3 with an RBI. Sal Politi was 2-3 with an RBI. Dan Maguire was 2-3 with a base on balls. Klaus Holt was 2-3. Mike Ryan was 1-3 with an RBI. Jim Tokar was 1-3. Terry Hughes was 1-3. Bob Lindsay had an RBI.
It was another beautiful day for softball in Sun City Grand today. In a well played and close game Suzy's Home Cleaning defeated Property Sisters Real Estate by a score of 9-8. At the end of the 1st inning Suzy's led by a score of 4-2. From the 2nd inning to the end of the 7th inning neither team ever lead by more than 1 run. Hats off for a well played game by both teams. The offensive leader for Property Sisters today were: Bobby Dooling 4/4 with 4 RBIs; Butch Schultz, 3/4 ; and Vikki Hanson, Ed Hart ( SUB) and Buck Craig who were all 2/3. Thanks to Ed Hart who subbed for us today.
The Colonnade - 7 Happy Ears Hearing - 12
The Colonnade team was not very good this morning. We did have some outstanding plays made and some good hits but just not when we really needed them. I think a new team that can only get better. The new scorebooks will need some study to figure out - and with the scoreboard not showing the correct score I can only report that we lost by 5 runs.
Happy Ears rallied from a 5-2 deficit to defeat a competitive Colonade team 12-7 despite the adventures of not knowing the score or inning which had everyone guessing. When all ballots were collected, it was determined that Happy Ears had more. Leading hitters were Tim Skala (3-4), Karen Olsen (3-4) and Kevin Gillette (3-3). Chipping in with 2 hits were Dorothy Mazur (2-4) Glen Zelkind (2-3) Joe Gonski (2-4) Maynard March (2-3) Greg Lynch (2-3) and Yvonne Becker (2-3). Tim added a HR with 3 RBI’s,Joe had a solo HR. and Glen added a triple that started a 4 run 5th that finally gave us the lead. They say that defense wins ball games and Karen was a vacuum cleaner at 3rd, Tim fielded his position flawlessly, and the play of the day was made by Yvonne with a back handed running catch that saved 3 runs from scoring!
Van Peursom Realtor - 18 Brian Keep & Assoc - 18
It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Unfortunately the sun played a major part of the game. Anything hit up in the air was a mystery as to where it would land. Both teams proved they could score runs. However Defense was a little shaky on both sides. The game came down to the bottom of the 7th, score tied 18-18, all we needed was one run. Needless to same the Heather Van Peursem Reality Team got none, 4 batters up and three outs, game over. Our Team racked up 28 hits. Top of the order scored 11 runs, Middle of the order had 3 runs and the bottom of the order had runs. Ray Kouns: 4x4 + a HR. Rick Pearson: 4x4 + HR (over the wall). The Following, all had 3 hits: Ed Abrams; Les Zirbel +HR; Steve Rothschild; Sam Bernhardt. Big thanks to Kris Koch for filling in as a sub. Next Game same time playing Happy Ears. We are the visitors. Steve Rothschild, Patti Jones and Sam Bernhardt have volunteer duties @2:50 Game.
On a hot day the Keeper's were cold thru the first two inning falling behind 7 to 2 to a hard hitting Heather Van Peurson Team. We came to life in the next inning scoring 3 but Heather scored 4 and then the hit parade was on. We tied it up in the 7th and held them for a hard fought tie. We produced 30 hits which is a record for any of my teams. Everyone had a hit and Roy Carpenter lead off the game with a homerun and 3 additional hits. Steve Coffman, Bill Merchionni, Don Johnson, Mark Brenner and Les Bonde each had 3 hits. Norm Volk, Dan Hofeditz, Robert Blainey, Pat Moriarty,and Michael Walton each deliver 2 hits. Great hitting game but our defense need to tighten up.
Liberty Buick - 14 Camino Eye Care - 13
Liberty Buick came out swinging for its season opener against Camino Eye, by scoring the maximum 4 runs in each of the first two innings and going on to win by a final of 14 to 13. Both teams tallied in every inning to keep the game close. In Camino’s final at bat, they scored twice to come within a run of a tie, but the final two outs, both towering fly balls to left field, were deftly handled by Mike Ryan, a stand-in for Liberty’s normal left fielder. Mike also had 2 hits and scored a run. Liberty’s power came through today as both Jim Parry and Gene Fleck put up identical numbers, each hitting a Home Run while going 3 for 3 at the plate, with 2 runs scored and 3 RBI’s. Gary Christofferson also had a perfect day, 2 for 2 with a walk, scoring each time and driving in 2. Also collecting 2 hits in 3 trips were Lanny Auberg, Larry Apple and Dick Kohnen. Ron Swanson swatted a triple driving in a run while scoring twice. Thank you Sun City Grand Softball Club for all your efforts in keeping the players, coaches and volunteers safe during these times.
Very hard fought game today, neither team wanted to lose. Camino Eye Care player Jim Stocker was 3-3, 2 R. B.I., and great defense. Joey Rizzuto was 3-3, double, 1 R.B.I. Pierre Boudreau was 3-4, home run, 2 R.B.I. Dave Nathe was 3-4, 2 doubles, scored twice. Jim Young was 3-4, double, 1 R.B.I. Don Fordney was 2-3, 1 R.B.I. Gary Armstrong was 2-4, triple, 4 R.B.I. Neil Clewell was 2-3, Fred Swan had 2 R.B.I. Lee Luft had 2 hits.