Summer 2020 Standings

Saturday League Standings and Game Summaries for Summer 2020 

 

Friday March 13, 2020  All remaining Winter 2020 Saturday league games are cancelled 

 

Games thru -  Saturday, March 7, 2020
    Team Won* Lost* Tie* Win PCT
Backbone Chiropractic 3 0 0 1.000
Northwest Physical Therapy 2 1 0 0.667
Angelas Kitchen 2 1 0 0.667
Dillons Restaurant 2 1 0 0.667
Broward Factory Services 2 1 0 0.667
Vital Care Rehabilitation 1 2 0 0.333
Thomas Pham Dentist 1 2 0 0.333
Sunrise Valley Pharmacy 1 2 0 0.333
Core Institute 1 2 0 0.333
Mid First Bank 0 3 0 0.000

 Saturday, March 7, 2020

CORE Institute - 12 Broward Factory Serv - 13


Close game with Core just coming short against Broward Factory Services despite us having a 10 run rally in the 7th, making the game exciting. Thank you to our sub, Tim Skala playing rover as well as our book keeper, Eileen Figueroa. Kudos to David Archer having an awesome stretching catch in left field. Batting---Rocco Jankowski has a grand slam and going perfect at the plate; David Archer with 3 hits; Dan Davidson, Ted Grove, Randy Van Wagner, Buck Craig, Tim Skala -- all with 2 hits each; Ed Mitchell and Wayne Siers each having 1 hit. Thanks to all for the great effort in the 7th. Hopefully rain, rain go away for the 14th.


In an early morning game, Broward Factory Services played a hard hitting Core Institute team today. For 6 innings the game was well in-hand for a BFS win. Our bats were hot and the defense was hot. BFS scored 4 runs in each of the first two innings and only gave up 1 run to Core. Both teams put up goose eggs in the 3rd inning and both teams scored one run apiece in the 4th inning. BFS held Core to no runs in the 5th while scoring 3, making the score 12 to 2 going into the 6th inning. In the 6th both teams were held to no runs leaving the score 12 to 2 going into the 7th inning with a “flip”. Then the Core bats got hot and BFS allowed 10 runs to cross the plate before we made the 3rd out and leaving the score at 12 to 12. At the “un-flip” part of the inning, our first batter grounded out then Kirk Andes ripped a double followed by a hard single by Sub Becky Holiday, bringing in the winning run, thank you Becky. (sigh of relief). At the plate the team went 25 hits to 48 at bats, 4 doubles and 2 triples. Jim Opyd went 4/4 including a double, Glenn Griffin went 2/4 with a double. Sub Tom Gruzs at SS, went 3/4. Kirk Andes also went 3/4 including 2 doubles. Sub Becky Holiday at Rover went 4/4 including a triple and the winning run. Ray Hensley 3/4 as did Jim Witkowski. Ray Kouns really hit the ball hard, went 1/3 with a triple. Catcher Ed Hart banged out a 1/3 game. This was a nail bitter at the end but BFS did prevail. The team thanks Tom Gruzs playing at SS and Becky Holiday playing Rover for us today.

Dillon's Restaurant - 17 Angela's Kitchen - 15


The entire Dillons team hit very well today and several players made some outstanding fielding plays; namely - Ed Campbell, Mike Dakak, Sub Dave Zuker, Bill Janowski, Jim Matthews, Fred Lubs and Jim Young. Dillons bats were hot - with a team batting average of .763 and both halves of the batting order hitting over .700. Ed Campbell (4 hits, 2 RBI's), Mike Dakak (4 hits, 2 RBI's), Fred Lubs (3 hits, double and 1 RBI) and Jim Young (3 hits, 2 RBI's) were perfect at the plate. Subs Dave Zuker (home run, over the fence single, walk and 2 RBI's) and Jules Nagy (3 hits, 2 doubles and 2 RBI's) were the team's power hitters today. Bill Janowski (3 RBI's), Neil Clewell (1 RBI), Jim Matthews (1 RBI), Bob Frede (1 RBI) and Vern McMurray each contributed 2 hits.


"Two local restaurants went head to head today and Dillons came out ahead 17-15 over Angela's Kitchen. It was a battle of the hitters with both teams scoring the maximum runs the first two innings Then Dillons took a slight lead and and added to it taking a seven run lead into the seventh inning. Angela's rallied for five runs and had runners on the corners when the last out was recorded. Offensively, Joe Stempniewski led Angela's with a 4-4 day including a Double, Triple and 4 Runs Scored. Dick Nunez also had a 4-4 day with a Double and 3 RBI. Din Knowles and Greg Allseitz had 3 hits each , Knowles a Double, 3 Runs Scored and 2 RBI, Allseitz a Sac, Double. 2 Runs Scored and 5 RBI. Joel Last and Sub. John Truttman had 2 Hits apiece, Truttman also had a Walk, and a Run Scored. There were several notable defensive plays but what stood out was Mark Glen at Rover catching a couple of line drives one that was especially hard hit. He also added a Hit, 2 Runs Scored and 2 RBI. Don Knowles at shortstop made several good plays and was helped by Jim Stocker who continues to dig out those short hops at First Base. Our first loss today, we'll be back next Saturday seeking revenge against our next opponent. "

NW Physical Therapy - 10 T Pham Dentist - 9


Northwest Physical Therapy beat Thomas Pham Denist 10-9 in a very exciting game. Pete Semenak made a major league play with a diving catch in the outfield. Glen Ryan 2B 3B and Patrick Moriarity were both 3-3. Dave Fusaro, Glen Soles 2-2B 4RBI’s, Ken Krzeminski and Curtis Rhoades all were 2-3. Pete Semenak BB 3B 1-2 and Bill Bache BB 1-2.
The PT gang thwarted a 7th inning rally by the dentists in a well played defensive game! The dental guys knocked out a mere 10 hits led by Lee Visker 3-4, and Paul Larson 2-2. Thanks to Darryl Proctor for subbing, and hitting 2-3.

MidFirst Bank - 5 Vital Care Rehab - 10

Mid First lost to Vital Care 10 to 5. Robert Blainey, Dick Hansen & Bob Snelling had 3 hits each. Jay Schirpke, John Hardy, Ron Kaletta & Bill Marchionne contributed 2 hits each.

"Catapulted to victory behind pitcher Barry Delano's ""mvp"" performance, Vital Care PT breaks into the win column knocking off Mid First Bank by the final score of 10-5. Our defense, as a team, played exceptionally well throwing out multiple runners at 3rd & 2nd bases!! Jim Saltzman (rc) made a wonderful catch & then turned it into a double-play! Dave Dorn (lc), Fred Jensen (ss) and Jim Templeton (3rd), all made some very noteworthy catches. Again, Barry Delano shined, ""pitching superbly"" picked up three strikeouts and hit the ball with authority! Vital Care's hitting stars were led by perfect Barry Delano smashing a 3/3 plate day including ""two triples""! Also, perfect was Dale Huffine going 2/2 plus a walk! Both hitting 3/4 were Dave Dorn with 2 dbles & Fred Jensen with a dble. Jim Templeton racked up 2/3 with a dble & sac fly. JimSaltzman had 2 hits in 4 at bats, while Dave Stark went 1/2 plus a walk. Great hitting - guys!!! Thanks very much to Jeff Smith for subbing. Let's get our next win 3-14-20 at 1:30pm. "

Backbone Chiropractic - 19 Sunrise Valley Pharmacy - 9


With the sun playing havoc in the outfield, Ralph Hollis 3 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI recovered two long flies and threw out two runners at third base in the top of the first inning to set the tone for the game as Backbone Chiropractic coasted to a 19-9 win over Sunrise Valley Pharmacy. Winning pitcher Jules Nagy 3 for 3 with two triples batted in 5 runs and was cut down at the plate trying to stretch his triple into a home run. Rod Wilterdink with a RBI and Tim Schiewe with a triple and 3 RBI each were 4 for 4 on the day. David Bagwell with an RBI was a perfect 3 for 3. Tim Brown with a RBI and sub Mike Wunsch with a double and 3 RBI were each 3 for 4. Tom Rinehart, Pierre Boudreau with 2 RBI and Ron Teece with a RBI were 2 for 3 on the day.


The team came out better than last week, but ran into a power-hard hitting team. the Pharmacy did hit really well, but could not put anything together and with a few miscues took themselves out of the game. The team collected 24 hits and played some good defense at times. Big hitters were Norris Carpenter 4/4, Don Trenda 3/4, John Conacher 3/4, Dan Sykes 3/4 and Mike Dakak 3/4. Getting 2 hits each were Marc Cameron, Jeff Smith and Albert Miller (with a triple). Next Game 3/14 1:30 HOME

 

Games thru -  Saturday, February 29, 2020
    Team Won* Lost* Tie* Win PCT
Angelas Kitchen 2 0 0 1.000
Backbone Chiropractic 2 0 0 1.000
Sunrise Valley Pharmacy 1 1 0 0.500
Thomas Pham Dentist 1 1 0 0.500
Northwest Physical Therapy 1 1 0 0.500
Dillons Restaurant 1 1 0 0.500
Broward Factory Services 1 1 0 0.500
Core Institute 1 1 0 0.500
Vital Care Rehabilitation 0 2 0 0.000
Mid First Bank 0 2 0 0.000
         
 

 Saturday, February 22, 2020:  All games rained out - no games played.

 

Games thru -  Saturday, February 15, 2020
    Team Won* Lost* Tie* Win PCT
Sunrise Valley Pharmacy 1 0 0 1.000
Angelas Kitchen 1 0 0 1.000
Dillons Restaurant 1 0 0 1.000
Backbone Chiropractic 1 0 0 1.000
Broward Factory Services 1 0 0 1.000
Thomas Pham Dentist 0 1 0 0.000
Vital Care Rehabilitation 0 1 0 0.000
Northwest Physical Therapy 0 1 0 0.000
Mid First Bank 0 1 0 0.000
Core Institute 0 1 0 0.000

 Saturday, February 15, 2020

Angela's Kitchen - 18 NW Phys Therapy - 17


Opening Day, Opening Game, Sun shining, could it get any better than this, Yes it could. The game turned out to be a real schoolyard fight with Angela's Kitchen barely coming out on top 18-17. First of all Northwest Physical Therapy took a 7-1 lead going into the bottom of the second inning, then Angela's went ahead 13-7 going into the top of the fifth - game over, right? No wrong. Northwest immediately fought back with 4 runs to cut the gap to 2 Runs, then went out and shut down Angela's in the bottom of the fifth. So Angela's returned the favor and shut down Northwest in the sixth. Angela's plated 4 runs in the bottom of the sixth to stretch the lead again to 17-11, Game over, right? Wrong again, Northwest scored 6 runs in the top of the seventh to tie it 17-17. After the first batter went down in the bottom of the seventh Mike Heitman singled, Jim Stocker followed with a single, sending the winning run to third, Joel Last hit a grounder to the left side of the infield that couldn't be handled and the winning run crossed the plate. Sub. Dave Anthony led the offense with a 4-4 day, Double 2 Run Scored and 3 RBI. Don Knowles 4-4, 2 Doubles, 2 Runs Scored and RBI, Greg Allseitz 3 hits, Inside the park Home Run, 3 Runs Scored and 4 RBI. Joe Stempniewski, Mark Glen and Jim Stocker had 3 hits each, Stempniewski , Double, Triple, 2 RBI and 3 Runs Scored, Glen 2 Runs Scored and RBI and Stocker, Walk, RBI and Run Scored. Joel Last, Mike Heitman and Dick Nunez 2 hits each, Last had the one RBI the game winner, Heitman, Sac Fly, RBI and 2 Runs Scored. Darren Proctor a Hit, Sac Fly, 2 RBI and Run Scored, Defensively, Greg Allseitz did his usual great job in Left Center, Don Knowles played excellent defense catching several line drives and ground balls from the shortstop position. Jim Stocker the quintessential First Baseman (Tall and Agile) made several great scoops on low balls. Great start to the season and this game could have gone either way, Northwest is definitely a force to be reckoned with. Glad we probably won;t have to face them again this season.


Angelas Kitchen beat Northwest Physical Therapy 18-17 in bottom of 7th. NWPT scored 6 runs in top of 7th to tie the score at 17-17 but could not hold Angelas down. Defense was not the best today. Dave Fusaro and Glen Soles lead the hitters with 4-4. Ken Krzsminski, Greg Church and Patrick Moriarity were 3=4. Pete Semenak, Glen Ryan, Curtis Rhoades and Bill Bache all had 2 hits.

Dillon's Restaurant - 14 MidFirst Bank - 9


"Dillons Restaurant Team played a really good game today, both offensively and defensively. Four players were perfect at the plate: Dennis Karcher (4 hits, double, 1 RBI), Sub Dave Zuker (4 hits, 4 RBI's), Neil Clewell (2 hits, walk and 1 RBI) and Jim Young (3 hits). Bill Janowski (team RBI leader with 5) and Ed Campbell each went 3 for 4. Jim Matthews (triple) and Mike Dakak (1 RBI) each had 2 hits. Fred Lubs (2 RBI's) and Bob Frede each contributed a hit. Sub Dave Zuker, Jim Young, Jim Matthews, Fred Lubs and Mike Dakak made some fine defensive plays with Dennis Karcher pitching a great game.
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Mid First lost to Dillions by a score of 9 to 14. Mid First played a good defensive game but our batted ball were hitting leather & not the grass. Dick Hansen & sub Dave Fasaro each had 3 hits. Jay Schirpke & Robert Blaney added 2 hits each. Robert Blainey, Dave Fasaro & Doreen Stevenson each had 2 RBI & John Hardy had an RBI.

Broward Factory Serv - 14 Vital Care Rehab - 2


"Broward Factory Services played our 1st game under blue skies and now wind. With great defensive fielding, BFS held a good Vital Care rehabilitation team to just 2 runs in 5 innings with a mercy win. Both defense and offense were stellar today giving up 1 run in the 2nd inning and 1 in the 4th inning. BFS bats were hot today putting up 1 HR over the wall, 3 triples, 2 doubles, 13 hits, 4 BB’s and 2 SAC’s for 23 hits to 31 at bats. Everyone got at least 1 hit. Due to a 5 inning game, our batters only came up 3 times. Four players went 3/3 to lead the pack, Sub Tim Skala, playing 1B, pounded out 2 singles and a triple. Followed by Jim Opyd getting 2 hits and a BB. Dale Halder pounded out 2 hits and a triple. Ray Kouns banged out 3 hits as well. These were followed by Kirk Andes who blasted the ball over the wall and drove a triple to the wall and went 2/3 offensively. Sub Becky Holiday, playing at Rover also hit the ball hard, gave the team a 2/3 day. Ray Hensley also managed a 2/3 day including a double and a BB. Dale Schroeder banged out a double and drew a BB, going 2/2 today. Glenn Griffin at 3B hit the ball long and hard, drew 2 SAC’s and also drew a BB. Jim Witkowski, playing great 2nd base contributed offensively with a 1/3 day at the plate. Catcher Ed Hart hit the ball hard, just couldn’t get it past the SS. This was a great start of our Winter season. The team would like to thank Tim Skala, playing 1B and Becky Holiday playing Rov for subbing for us today, defensively you both were stellar and your bats were hot.
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Vital Care managed only 5 hits and 2 runs, and lost to Broward Factory 14 to 2, in a game that lasted only 5 innings.

T Pham Dentist - 8 Sunrise Valley Pharmacy - 15


The dentists did not bring their drills to the ballpark losing to a good hitting Sunrise team. The game was close at the end of 5 innings with Sunrise leading 11-8 but any chance of winning went out the window when we failed to score in the last two innings! TPD managed only 16 hits, and 11 came from the 1-5 hitters in the line up. Larry Biko 3-3, 3 RBI’s, and a walk led the team .Ron Swanson 3-4, Paul Larson 3-4 and Lee Visker, 2-4 with 3 RBI’s and a double, and Bob Lessard 2-3, all contributed .I know that we are a better team than how we played, and we’ll show it next game!


The season started today on a bright note for the Pharmacy team, with everyone getting at least one hit and the team getting 22 Hits for the game, but the key was some good defense by everyone and the players playing together and working as a team. The game had some really good Outfield catches from Rick Armentano, Norris Carpenter and Jeff Nickerson. The infielders played together, with Marc Cameron, John Conacher, Barry Bergen and Dan Sykes making some really good outs and keeping the Dentist team in tow. Big hitters were Jeff Nickerson 4/4 (1 triple and 2 doubles), Don Trenda 3/4 (2 doubles, 1 triple), and John Conacher 3/4 ( 1 triple, 1 double). Getting 2 hits each were Norris Carpenter, Marc Cameron, Dan Sykes and Ron Teece. Great team effort. Next Game: Sat. Feb. 22nd at 11:00 VISITORS

CORE Institute - 5 Backbone Chiropractic - 15


Core Institute took the lead of their manager and took the first week off. Most of the team was there but their bats must have gone to Minnesota with Jon Chlebech. It was a tough game and CORE just could not string hits together and fell to Backbone 15-5. There were some good things done individually but just not enough up and down the line up to challenge Backbone. Dave Archer and Rocco Jankowski were perfect at the play both going 3 for 3 with a RBI. Dan Davidson was also perfect going 2 for 2 with a walk, run scored and RBI. Not perfect but with multiple hit games were Joey Rizzuto (2 doubles, 2 runs) and Buck Craig (2 singles, run). Sub Mike Wunsch has a triple and run scored, Sub Jeff Smith a single and Wayne Siers a run batted in rounded out the offense. Thank you to subs Mike and last minute sub Jeff along with Rocco for managing the team.


"Every player had at least one as Backbone Chiropractic defeated the Core Institute in a game where the team opened up a 7-0 lead after 2 innings. Tim Schiewe with a double and 3 RBI, and winning pitcher Jules Nagy with a double, triple and 2 RBI each were 4 for 4. Rod Wilterdink went 3 for4 and excelled in the field. Ralph Hollis returning from the IR was 2 for 4 with a double and 4 RBI. Alan Bellew with a double and 2 RBI, Mike Kachurak, Tim Brown with 2 RBI, Pierre Boudreau with a double, and Ron Teece each went 2 for 3. Special thanks to sub Paul Larson 3 for 4 with an RBI.
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Sun City Grand Softball -  Fall 2019
**Saturday League**
 Final Standings
Games thru -  Saturday, February 1, 2020
    Team Won* Lost* Tie* Win PCT
Northwest Physical Therapy 7 1 1 0.833
Thomas Pham Dentist 5 4 0 0.556
Core Institute 5 4 0 0.556
Broward Factory Services 5 4 0 0.556
Sunrise Valley Pharmacy 4 4 1 0.500
Backbone Chiropractic 4 4 1 0.500
Dillons Restaurant 4 5 0 0.444
Vital Care Rehabilitation 3 5 1 0.389
Angelas Kitchen 3 6 0 0.333
Mid First Bank 3 6 0 0.333
         

 Saturday, February 1, 2020

Backbone Chiropractic - 21 Dillon's Restaurant - 20


Every player had at least one hit and figured in the scoring as Backbone Chiropractic nursed a 14-11 heading to the top of the 7th, yielded 9 runs and then responded with 7 of their own to emerge with a 21-20 victory over Dillons. Sub Tim Schiewe 4 for 5 with a double, two triples and 5 RBI had the game winner. Norris Carpenter with a double and RBI, Dennis Haak with 3 RBI, and Jim Opyd with 3 RBI had 4-hit games. Fred Jensen 3 for 5, Dan Sykes 2 for 4, and Bill Marchionni each had 2 RBI. Becky Holliday 2 for 4, Jim Young 3 for 4, and winning pitcher Paul Plapp 2 for 4 each added an RBI. Dale Schroeder was 2 for 4 on the day, including a key 7th inning hit. Backbone finished the season at 4-4-1 after starting off the season with two 1 run losses and a 3-run loss and should be congratulated for never giving up.


Dillons Restaurant was slightly ahead in the first five innings, with a one run advantage going into the 6th inning. Backbone then pulled ahead by 3 runs to end the 6th inning. In the top of the 7th inning, Dillons scored 9 runs to pull ahead by 6 runs and it looked like Dillons might win the game. However, Backbone was not finished and they scored 7 runs to win the game in this final inning by 1 run. Allen Bellew (2 doubles, 4 RBI's) and Don Trenda (double) were perfect at the plate with 4 hits. Sub Don Ranieri (2 doubles, 2 RBI's), Sub Ken Carlson (double, 3 RBI's) and Joel Last (1 RBI) each had 3 hits. Sub Bob Higgins (triple, 3 RBI's), Bob Husick (3 RBI's), Sub JT Templeton (2 RBI's), Sub Fred Swan (1 RBI), Daren Proctor (double) and Klaus Holt (1 RBI) each contributed 2 hits. Fine defensive plays were made today by Ken Carlson, Allen Bellew, Bob Husick and subs JT Templeton and Bob Higgins.

Sunrise Valley Pharmacy - 14 CORE Institute - 13

Core Institute came out strong jumping out to a 12-5 lead after 4 innings and it looked like a possible runaway win but the Pharmacists woke up and Core’s bats went quiet. Core only scored on more run over the final three innings but still had a 2 run lead but their opponents had the final at bat and they took advantage and scored 3 runs to pull out the win. Core ended the Fall Season at 5-4 and in a tie for second place. As with most of the season, Core struggled to get a full team for the game, and this week was no different, as there were more subs than full time players for the final game therefore we will start by thanking the subs – Dick Hansen, John Gavazza, Don Cole, Mike Heitman, Becky Holliday and Artie Stackpole. Thanks also to Dale Halder who was at the game but could not play due to injury and managed the team as Jon Chlebeck stayed home fighting a nasty cough and fever – get well Jon! Pete Semenek led the offense with a 3 hit one walk game scoring all four times on 2 doubles and a triple and driving in one. Four others went 3 for 4 – Dave Zucker (run, 2 RBI), Don Cole (2 runs, 2 RBI, triple), Mike Heitman (run) and Bob Dooling (run, RBI, double). 4 others had two hits each – Dick Hansen (run, 3 RBI, double, sacrifice fly), John Gavazza (run, RBI, walk), Ray Kouns (2 RBI) and Dick Steiman (run, RBI). Rounding out the offense with a hit and a run was Becky Holliday. On behalf of Jon – thank you to the team (and all the subs) that played and contributed this session. Thanks to Amy Chlebeck and Eileen Figueroa for keeping the scorebook and keeping everyone straight on when they needed to bat.

Vital Care Rehab - 14 T Pham Dentist - 17

TP Dentists got back in the win column with a strong performance over a pesky Vital Care team. The Dentists had a 14-3 lead in the middle frame but had to hold on as Vital came roaring back and had a shot to pull it out in the bottom of the 7th but TP stayed strong and held on for the win. Everyone on the team had at least one hit and everyone either scored or drove in a run as the whole line up contributed to keep the lead to the end. Leading the way with perfect days at the plate were Chuck Gibson (4 for 4, 3 runs, 2 RBI), John Conacher (4 for 4, run, 3 RBI, double) and Bob Lessard (3 for 3, 2 runs, double, triple). Tim Schiewe had three hits including a 3 run home run (2 runs, 4 RBI). 5 others had two hits each – Rocco Jankowski (2 runs, 2 RBI, sacrifice fly), Barry Delano (2 runs, RBI, walk, double), Bill Janowski (2 runs, RBI, double), John Hardy (3 RBI), Fred Swan (RBI) and Jack Indig (run, double). Lonnie Saiz rounded out the office with a single, walk and 2 runs scored. TP Dentist finished with a 5-4 record and a tie for second place which is not too bad considering they started 1-3. On behalf of Rocco and his shoes – thank you to all the full time players and subs that contributed to a good session. Thank you also to Fred for playing most of the season for Doug who had to sit due to injury. Also thanks to Eileen Figueroa for keeping score for the team and helping keep the team straight on when they needed to bat.

Angela's Kitchen - 15 Broward Factory Service - 14


"Angela's Kitchen finished their season on a high note, defeating Broward Factory Service 15-14. Angela's trailed for most of the game but it looked serious going into the bottom of the seventh, the score was 14-9 in favor of Broward. Angela's had 8 batters come to the plate seven got hits, the biggest hit was Bob Hudson's bases clearing Triple which tied the game. Seconds later Jeff Nickerson hit a ball to the warning track for a hit and Bob Scored the winning run. Bob Hudson by the way was 4-4 with that Triple, 2 Runs Scored and 5 RBI. Joe Stempienwski and Bob Snelling also were 4-4, Snelling had 2 Doubles, 3 Runs Scored and 3 RBI, Stempienwski a Double and 3 Runs Scored. Sub. David Archer, Paul Larson, Joe Osoweic and Sal Politi had 3 hits apiece. Osoweic had a RBI and Archer 2 RBI and 3 Runs Scored, Archer also made some very nice catches in Right Center and Joe Stempiewski in Left Field made several good catches and also threw a man out at third base. Thanks to everyone on the team including any Subs. we had for another great season, Looking forward to the next one, good luck to all of you. "


On a warm sunny day, weather couldn’t have been better, playing with 4 subs, Broward Factory Service saw a 5 run lead in the top of the 7th dwindle away and lost the game by one, a heart breaker. After the first inning BFS led all the way to the bottom of the 7th with a 14 to 9 lead. Then the wheels came off. Angelas top of the order came up and just blasted the ball and plated 6 runs to take the win by 1. Defense wasn’t bad, Angelas bats just took over when it counted. Offensively, the team went 25 hits to 43 at bats, not a bad average. The leader of the pack was sub Allen Bellew, playing OF and went 4/4 with a single and 3 doubles. Ted Grove drove the ball hard, ended with a 3/4 day including a double. Glen Ryan was on his game today with a 3/4 day as well with a double. Ray Hensley also went 3/4, sorry, no doubles. Sub Mike Kachurak, played an excellent 2nd base and went 3/4 as well. Bob Charette also went 3/4 and was steady at 1st base. Sub Rocco Jankowski, playing OF, banged out a 2/4 day at the plate. Sub Jeff Smith doing an excellent job at 3rd base, helped the team out with a 2/4 day at the plate. Ron Rogerson hit the ball well but had issues with the infielders, went 2/4 today. Bob Zech and Les Bonde both managed a hit apiece in helping the team to a 5 win 4 loss season. The team would like to thank Subs Allen Bellew in the OF, Rocco Jankowski in the OF, Mike Kachurak at 2B and Jeff Smith at 3B for playing for us today, our final game of the Fall season.

MidFirst Bank - 12 Northwest Phys Therapy - 15


The MidFirst Bank sponsored softball team in the SCG Saturday league lost their final game of the season 15-12 to the season champion Northwest Physical Therapy sponsored team on Feb 1. The game was close throughout. The MidFirst team pulled into a 10-10 tie after 4 innings thanks to a booming 3 run double by Dale Huffine, but the Therapists then outscored the Bankers 5-2 over final two innings. Skip Pavitt was 4/4 and scored twice to lead the Bankers hitters, while Dennis Karcher and John Bertholdy each contributed 3 hits. Sub rightfielder Mike Kachurak made nice catches of several long flyballs to limit Therapist scoring.


Northwest Physical Therapy and Mid First Bank played the last game of the fall Saturday season, the way softball should be played. Play hard, have fun and good sportsmanship. Northwest won a close game 15-12. Stellar defense by Al Miller at 2B, Rover and #B. Ken Krzeminski played all 11 defensive positions in the 4th, 5th and 6th innings. Northwest had 27 hits. Every team member had at least one hit. Buck Craig, John Hammel and Marv Mathews were each 4-4. Al Miller had 3 hits. Jay Schirpke, Don Knowles, Ken Krzeminski, Jerry Eastham and Greg Church had two hits. Greg finished the season with a record of 7-1-1. Thanks to Eileen for scoring for us.