Fall 2023 Standings

 Saturday League Fall 2023 Game Summaries & Standings

 All games for Saturday Nov 18, 2023 were cancelled due to rain and poor field conditions.

Saturday, November 11, 2023

Bronze Division

Dillon's - 13 NW Physical Therapy - 12

Dillons beat Northwest Physical Therpy 13-12. Leading hitters were: Ron Swanson 3-3 HR BB 3RBIs, Pierre Boudreau 3-3 2B 3B 3RBI’s, Artie Stackpole 2-2 BB, Ken Kessler 3-4 2B 3RBI’s, Gerry Boesche 2-3 3B 1RBI, Jim Stocker 2-3 1RBI, Jerry Eastham 2-3. Getting one hit each were Chris Espejo, Ron Kaleta, Ed Abrams and Mike Sullivan.

Northwest lost to Dillions 13-12 in a game that was tied 9-9 after 5 innings. Dillons scored 4 runs in the 6th inning and Northwest could only manufacture 3 runs in the top of the 7th on a 3 run HR by (Sub) Chuck Frazier for the final tally. Northwest’s offense hit well enough to win with 28 hits. The Northwest pitching and defense was very pedestrian. Top Hitters: (Sub) Chuck Frazier 3-4 (2B/HR), Bobby Dooling, Art Molina, Greg Church, (Sub) Colleen Miller and Wayne Moxley were all 3-4. Joel Last was 2-3. Jim Mathews and Larry Radant were 2-4, with Wes Mason chipping in a 1-3 day at the plate.

Karen Olsen Realty -11 CORE Institute - 8

On a beautiful day at the ball field the Teams bats were hot, for the team collected 22 hits with everyone getting at least one hit. Getting 3 hits each were Don Cleveland, Robert Blainey and Chris Espejo. Getting 2 hits each were Mike Kachurak, Greg Martin, Barney Armstrong, Ernie Huxhold, Dick Steiman and Joe Osowiec. Good game by all. Next game Nov. 18th 12:15 Visitors

The Realtors totally outplayed CORE today... CORE could only mount an offense in 2 of 6 innings played. Sub Joe Gonski had the hottest bat going 3 for 3 with a homerun. Don Trenda and Dan Sykes were also 3 for 3. Darren Proctor, Sheldon Rosebnthal and sub Gary Armstrong chipped in 2 hits each.

Copper Division

Carrousel Travel - 8 T Pham Dentist - 16

Carrousel Travel lost 8 to 16 today. We had some good defensive plays. While still coming up short, our hitting is improving.

Another great day at the field of dreams , perfect weather to get out and play some ball. We had a great defensive performance from the dentist group again today , lead by Ken Schick , making 3 outstanding plays out in right field , and Fred Lubs with 2 great snags at 1st and throwing out runners advancing to 2nd . Our bats came alive today Bob Schnelling was 4/4, Ken Schick 4/4 , Jim Jozwowski 3/3 , Craig Nelson 3/4 with a HR, Ron Coleman 3/4 Tim Schewie 3/4 Rod Wilterdink 3/4. And everyone else chimed in with 2 hits apiece . If we keep this up fellas we will be tough to beat.

Broward Factory Serv - 10 BackBone Chiropractic - 21

BFS ran into a hot Backbone Chiropractic team today and took one on the nose 21-10. Everything they hit seemed to go between or in front of our defense. Leading the way for BFS was sub Ted Koch with a 4-4 day. Thanks Ted. Hard hitting Jeff Nickerson was 3-4 with a double and a homerun. Glen Soles was 3-4. Jay Schirpke, Howard Sumner, and Dave Elkins went 2-4. Howard a double. Ray Gibson, Ken Carlson, Don Cole, and Paul Jinneman were 1-3. Paul took a one bounce throw from the outfield to his cheek running the bases and is going to have a shiner tomorrow. Protocol dictated Paul exit the game. John Nicodemo played the last inning. Hope everything is OK.

BackBone Chiropractic never trailed as the team carried a 15-10 lead into the unlimited inning. After BackBone scored six times, the teams flip-flopped and BackBone held Broward Factory Service scoreless. Every player had at least one hit as Pete Semenak led the way with a 5 for 5 game including 4 runs scored, a doubel and a RBI. Ken Krzeminski with 5 RBI, Ron Michalski with 2 RBI, winning pitcher Paul Becker with a RBI, and John Guzik with 3 RBI each added 4 hits. Terry Graves with a double and 3 RBI, sub Vern McLean with a double and 2 RBI, and Mike Dakak with a RBI each had 3 hits on the day. Curt Rhoades with 2 hits and Dick Hansen with one each had a RBI. Scott Kibby had a 2 hit game. As shaky as the defense was in week one, the defense proved to be the team's strength in week two.

Leo Linda Realty - 11 Angela's Kitchen - 10

Leolinda took on Angela's at the Field of Dreams. This contest was back and forth and came down to the wire. The hammer proved to be the difference in this one as Leolinda won the game by scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the last inning to take the win by 1 run. Tom Gibans pitched a very good game. Batting .1000 were Rick Pearson, Greg Roehm, Dan Newman, Fred Jensen and Curtis Rhoades (2B). Hitting for .750 was Troy McQueen. Hitting for .667 was Kathy Boland. Contributing 2 hits each were John Boland, Les Zirbel, and Dick Nunez. Thanks to the umpires and scoreboard operator: Mike Dakak, Curtis Rhoades and Howard Sumner. Greg Roehm took a hard hit shot off his finger at third base and had to leave the game. Curtis Rhoades admirably filled in for Greg while Rick Armentano came in to umpire the remainder of the game. Thanks Rick and heal up Greg!

Another great day at the ball park.. Angelas Kitchen lost a close game to John Boland's Leo Linda Realty team 10 to 11. The kitchen help only put two good offensive innings together which wasn't enough for a win. Some of the high lights Ed Deussen perfect at the plate 4-4 as was Dave Swanson 3-3 Ken Silva and Tom Rinehart were 3-4 Bob Lessard 2-3 with everyone else chipping in with least one hit.


Games thru -  Saturday, November 4, 2023
Team Wins Losses Ties Win Pct.
Bronze Division
Dillon's 1 0 0 1.000
Core Institute 0 0 1 0.500
Northwest Physical Therapy 0 0 1 0.500
Karen Olsen Real Estate 0 1 0 0.000
Copper Division
Leo Linda Realty 1 0 0 1.000
Angela's Kitchen 1 0 0 1.000
Broward Factory Services 1 0 0 1.000
Thomas Pham Dentistry 0 1 0 0.000
Backbone Chiropractic 0 1 0 0.000
Carrousel Travel 0 1 0 0.000

Saturday, November 4, 2023
Bronze Division

CORE Institute - 10 NW Physical Therapy - 10

For 6 innings CORE could not get anything going, putting up a zero in 5 of those innings. Trailing by 7 runs in the 7th we batted around putting up 7 to clinch a tie. Everyone on CORE had at least one hit. Hot bat of the day was Darren Proctor with a triple and a bases loaded double in the seventh bringing in the tying run. Sheldon had 3 hits, with Don Trenda, Kim Macqueen, and Marty Jiminez each chipping in two.

Northwest PT and Core played to a 10-10 draw. Northwest led 10-3 going into the bottom of the 7th. Core erupted for 7 runs to tie the game and also had the winning run on base when the last out was recorded. Proving that you’re never out of a game! Northwest played a solid defensive game for only 6 innings. The NW offense was solid. Laura Johnson made her pitching debut and turned in TWO scoreless innings. Top Hitters: Chuck Gibson 3-3 (HR), Greg Church 3-3 (2B/3B), Jim Mathews 3-4, Bob Dooling 2-3, Larry Radant (2 3B), Joel Last 2-3, Laura Johnson, Sal Politi and Wayne Moxley turned in 1-3 days at the plate.

Karen Olsen Realty -6 Dillon's - 12

On a beautiful day at the field the bats were a bit cold, but no one got hurt and all had fun. Big hitter was Mike Kachurak 4 hits. Getting 3 hits each were Greg Martin and Barney Armstrong. Getting 2 hits each were Don Cleveland and Ed Hart. Next Game Nov 11th 9:45

"Dillons beat Karen Olsen Real Estate 12-6. The score was 7-6 Dillons going into the 6th inning. Dillons put up 4 runs then 1 to zero for Karen’s. Dillons had 24 hits. Sub Kim MacQueen, Ron Kaleta and Ken Kessler all had great defensive games. Leading hitters were: Ron Swanson 3-3 BB 2B 3B 3RBI’s, Ken Kessler 2-2 2BB , Jim Stocker 4-4, Chris Espejio 2-3 Sac Fly 3RBI’s, Sub Kim MacQueen 3-4 2B, Jerry Eastham 3-4 2RBI’s, Ed
Abrams 3-4 1RBI. Adding a hit each were Sub Laura Johnson, Ron Kaleta, Mike Sullian and Pitcher Artie Stackpole."

Copper Division

Leo Linda Realty - 16 Carrousel Travel - 3

Leolinda took on Carrousel Travel to open the Saturday fall session. Leolinda came out swinging and notched 4 runs in each of the first 4 innings. Carrousel had a tough time at the plate while scoring 3 runs through 5 innings in a run rule shortened game with a final of 16 to 3. Leolinda was 25 for 31 from the plate. Leolinda hitters only bated 2 or 3 times in the inning shortened game. Batting .1000 were Troy McQueen (2B), Les Zirbel (2B), Greg Roehm, Dan Newman, Tom Gibans, Fred Jensen and Kathy Boland (3B). Hitting .667 were John Boland (2B, 3B) and Dick Nunez (2B). Rick Pearson and Paul Larsen added a hit a piece. Thanks to the umpires and scoreboard operator: Don Cole, Ken Carlson and Mark Jessen.

Carrousel Travel lost to a talented Leo Linda Realty. Thank you to our subs Terry Graves, David Fleck and Rick Armentano. Rick Armentano was perfect at the plate. On defense, good catch by Greg Allseitz as well as one for Tom Gruzs. Jeff Silversteen had a nice snag and toss to Rick Armentano for an out. Danny Wood at pitcher had a solid game.

T Pham Dentist - 11 Broward Factory Serv - 13

Well it was a great day to be out playing on the field of dreams . The Thomas Pham Denist group had a great defensive battle with Dave Elkins BFS team . Was a close loss with BFS scoring 6 in the top of the 7th , our bats couldn't quite match them in the bottom of the 7th. Great defensive game overall with Bob Schnelling making a couple great plays at the rover position. Offensively Ron Coleman had a perfect day 4 for 4. Craig Nelson Dale Halder , Bob Schnelling where 3 for 4 .and Ken Schick was 2 for 3 . Looking forward to next Saturday's game

"Saturday Copper League opened on a beautiful sunny day at The Field Of Dreams. BFS Home Warranty scored 6 in the open inning to get ahead of Thomas Pham Dentist 13-8. T. Pham scored 3 and had the tying run on second with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th before a fly ball to Jay Schirpke was caught. 13-11 win for BFS. Leading the way for BFS was Howard Sumner and Dave Elkins both 4-4. Howard a triple. Jay Schirpke, Glen Soles, Jeff Nickerson, and Gary Finer were all 3-4. Jeff had 3 doubles, Glen and Gary each had 2 doubles, and Jay had a double. Ray Gibson and Ken Carlson each had a single, sub Tom Yurkunas had a single. BFS had 24 hits in 39 at bats for a team average of .615.

Angela's Kitchen -14 Backbone Chiropractic - 11

How nice was it today to be back playing ball at the Field of Dreams! Angelas Kitchen won a close game against Backbone Chiropractic. We had a slow start in the first inning but after that things went well. We tied the game in the second inning then pulled ahead for the rest of the game. Our offense was good with 25 hits. Our defense was very good behind the pitching of Mike (Moon Dog) Anderson and John Hammel with a great catch that was well over his head for the first out in the top of the 7th and then getting the double play to secure the win. Ed Duessen went 4-4; Fusaro, Silva, Rinehart and Swanson all went 3-4; Newlands and Anderson both went 2-4. A special thanks to subs Jim Jozwowski who went 3-3 and John Bertholdy with a hit and an RBI. Thanks to the umpires Glen Soles and Gary Finer along with Ted Grove on the score board.

After briefly grabbing the lead 9-8 in the top of the 5th inning, BackBone Chiropractic was outscored 6-2 to drop a 14-11 decision in the first game of the new season. BackBone was led by two RBI each from Pete Semenak 4 for 4 with a double, Scott Kibby 3 for 4 with a homerun, and pitcher Paul Becker with two hits, Terry Graves, Ken Krzeminski, and Mike Dakak each had 3 hits and a RBI. John Guzik with two hits and Becky Holliday with a hit also drove in one run. In spite of some fine defensive moments by Guxik, Krzeminski, Kibby, Holliday and Curt Rhoades, defense was the key to the game's final outcome.


Games thru -  Saturday, November 11, 2023
Team Wins Losses Ties Win Pct.
Bronze Division
Dillons 2 0 0 1.000
Karen Olsen Real Estate 1 1 0 0.500
Northwest Physical Therapy 0 1 1 0.250
Core Institute 0 1 1 0.250
Copper Division
Leo Linda Realty 2 0 0 1.000
Thomas Pham Dentistry 1 1 0 0.500
Broward Factory Services 1 1 0 0.500
Backbone Chiropractic 1 1 0 0.500
Angelas Kitchen 1 1 0 0.500
Carrousel Travel 0 2 0 0.000
Games thru -  Saturday, December 2, 2023
Team Wins Losses Ties Win Pct.
Bronze Division
Dillons 3 0 0 1.000
Core Institute 1 1 1 0.500
Karen Olsen Real Estate 1 2 0 0.333
Northwest Physical Therapy 0 2 1 0.167
Copper Division
Leo Linda Realty 3 0 0 1.000
Thomas Pham Dentistry 2 1 0 0.667
Broward Factory Services 2 1 0 0.667
Backbone Chiropractic 1 2 0 0.333
Angelas Kitchen 1 2 0 0.333
Carrousel Travel 0 3 0 0.000



Saturday, December 2, 2023

Bronze Division

NW Physical Therapy - 15 CORE Institute - 18

"Northwest’s lone highlight on defense was Art Molina catching a routine fly-ball for an out. However, there was an abundance of defensive low lights for Northwest PT. Northwest had an allergic reaction to playing defense. Few balls were caught with only an occasional defensive out recorded throughout the game. It seemed as though Northwest was implementing a team strategy to make Core become exhausted from running around the bases. An exhausted Core team gave a glimmer of hope to Northwest as their defense lapsed in the last inning and allowed 7 runs. On offense Northwest was decent with 26 hits with 6 doubles. Northwest hitters: Larry Radant 4-4 (2 2B), Ed Hart 3-3, Jim Mathews 3-4 (2B), Bobby Dooling 3-4 (2 2B), Art Molina and Greg Church were both 3-4, Chuck Gibson 2-4 (2B), (Sub) Dale Schroeder 2-3, Joel Last 1-3, and Wayne Moxley 1-4.

After cruising for 4 innings leading 14 to 4 the ortho folks tried to give it away in the last 3. Hot hitters were Don Trenda going for 4 for 4 with a double, Sub Gary Armstrong was also 4 for 4 with a double and a home run.Sub Bruce Lowe was 3 for 3 with a double. Dan Sykes and sub Pete McDougal were both a near perfect 3 foir 4. Don Cole and Marty Jiminez chipped in with 2 hits each.

Dillon's - 12 Karen Olsen Realty - 11

Dillons and Karen Olson Real Estate played a very close game today, with Dillons winning 12-11. Dillons defense held Oslon’s to 0 runs in 4 innings. Ron Kaleta was 2-3 2B 3B 5RBI’s, Ron Swanson 4-4 2B 2RBI’s, Ken Kessler 3-4 1RBI, Artie Stackpole 2-3 2RBI’s, Chris Espejo 2-3 1RBI, Pierre Boudreau 2-3, Jim Stocker 2-3 and Ed Abrams2-3. Sully S and Jerry Eastham each had a hit.

"On a cool day at the ball park Dillons pulled ahead in the 6yh inning for the win. The offense was there but too many errors and misplays by the realtors. The team collected 22 hits, with Don Cleveland and Robert Blainey getting 4 hits each. Getting 3 hits each were Mike Kachurak (HR) and Laura Johnsons. Getting 2 hits each were Greg Martin, Barry Schwartz and Ray Hensley. Next Game: Dec. 9th 1:30 Visitors"

Copper Division

BackBone Chiropractic - 3 Leolinda Realty - 15

BackBone Chiropractic could not get going after a three week layoff yielding 4 1st inning runs and only scoring 3 in a run-shortened game. Terry Graves, Ron Michalski with a double, losing pitcher Paul Becker and RBI, John Guzik with a double and RBI, and Ken Krzeminski with a double and RBI each were 2 for 3 on the day. Mike Dakak went 2 for 2 and continues to lead the team in hitting. Guzik battled the sun to make a number of fine run-saving plays in Left Field. However, the team fell to a very strong Leo Linda squad.

"Leolinda Realty took on Backbone at the Field of Dreams on this beautiful Saturday. The Leolinda team scored in each of this run rule shortened contest. Backbone was held to single runs in 3 of the six innings played. Leolinda was able to push runs across in every inning today. Nice job by Tom Gibans pitching a great game. Batting .1000 today: Les Zerbel (2B), Dan Newman, Fred Jensen, and John Boland (2B, 3B, 3B). Troy Macqueen hit for .750 (HR, 2B). Tom Gibans hit for .667 (2B). Chipping in with a pair of hits each were Rick Pearson (2B, 2B) and newcomer to the team Vern Mclean. Kathy Boland and Dick Nunez chipped in with a hit each, both hits achieved RBI's for each of them. Tom pitched a great game but I also need to mention that everyone previously mentioned gets a gold glove today including Paul Larson who maned one of our outfield positions. Thanks to the umpires and scoreboard operator: Tim Schiewe, Ken Krzeminski, and Ron Coleman. Its always a huge bonus when Eileen Figueroa keeps our scorebook, thanks Eileen!

T Pham Dentist - 10 Angela's Kitchen - 9

"What a great game by both teams today. With both teams going back and forth for the lead. Dave's squad had the Dentist crew down 9 - 4 going into the bottom of 5 . But with the great defence we have, and our bats coming alive the dentists managed to squeeze out a victory ,on the back of super sub Troy MacQueen's 2 run walk off HR in the bottom of the 7th. John Nicodemo was 3/3 ( with 3 great grabs in the OF) Ron Coleman was 3/4 Dale Halder was 2/3 with a HR Jim Jozwowski was 2/3 Dave Anthony was 2/3 . Thanks to Troy MacQueen and Dan Blaney for subbing

Angelas Kitchen played a good game today against Dale Halder's Thomas Pham Dentist team but came up one run short. Lloyd Newlands lead the way with 3 - 4 and 2 of the hits were triples Dave Fusaro and Tom Rinehart also were 3 - 4. Bob Lessard, John Hammel, Gary Kuhlman went 2 - 3 and Ed Deussen 2 - 3 with 2 RBI's the rest of the players each got a hit Ken Silva with a double and 2 RBI's Thanks to the umpires John Boland and Rick Pearson with Les Zirbel up in the score box and thank you Christina Silva for keeping the score book and stats.

Carrousel Travel - 2 Broward Factory Serv - 12

Carrousel Travel lost today to a good Broward Factory team. Thank you to our subs Dale Halder, Don Ranieri and John Blevins. On the offense, We scored 12 runs. On the defense, we had some good plays.

"The BFS team had on their hitting shoes today and beat a real good Carrousel Travel squad 20-12. BFS went 33-44 for a .750 average. All 11 players had at least 2 hits. Leading the way for BFS was the first two in our order Jay Schirpke and Glen Soles with perfect 5-5 days. Jay a triple and Glen 2 doubles. Jeff Nickerson and Dave Elkins had perfect 4-4 days. Dave a double. Don Cole and super-sub John Nicodemo went 3-4. Don had 2 doubles. Nicodemo had 8 putouts in right center also. A couple of nice running catches too. Ken Carlson and Ray Gibson went 2-3. Paul Jinneman, Gary Finer, and Ted Grove all went 2-4. Thanks to the scorekeeper and umpires for keeping the game moving smoothly.