A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
Welcome to the Official Website of

SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL


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

SYLVANIA SENIOR SOFTBALL SCORES & STANDINGS

50+ Legends League

50+ Legends League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Fricker's Baby Blue
6
3
0.667
0.0
150
126
2.7
Bull Moose
6
3
0.667
0.0
136
127
1.0
Fricker's Navy
6
4
0.600
0.5
120
115
0.5
Schneider Electric
3
6
0.333
3.0
110
124
-1.6
Traudt State Farm
2
7
0.222
4.0
98
130
-3.6
DIVISION WEST              
Fricker's Maroon
7
2
0.778
0.0
143
88
6.1
Barrows Jewelers
6
3
0.667
1.0
118
123
-0.6
Fricker's Black
5
4
0.556
2.0
137
139
-0.2
Fricker's White
5
5
0.500
2.5
136
123
1.3
Fricker's Red
0
9
0.000
7.0
81
134
-5.9
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Thursday, July 13

Fricker's Baby Blue 25
Barrows Jewelers 7
Fricker's Maroon 20
Fricker's Navy 7
Fricker's Black 24
Schneider Electric 22
Fricker's White 14
Barrows Jewelers 2
Fricker's Navy 13
Traudt State Farm 9
Bull Moose 19
Fricker's Red 18

 

 


Baby Blue 25, Barrows 7

Barrows Jewelers
Baby blue was bad ass last night . They played a great game and completely buried the Jewelers. Barrows missing four players did not help. Jeff Alieo had an ISTPHR. Tim Kuszmaul had 3 hits. Jeff had 2 hits along with Ron Fox ,and Rick Schmidt. Thanks to subs John Yocum and Wags !!

Fricker's Baby Blue
Baby Blue took full advantage of a depleted Barrow's squad, banging out 39 hits, playing solid defense and avenging an early season loss to the jewelers. Everyone in the lineup chipped in at least 2 hits. Don Dheel continued a great season going 4 for 4 with a bb, Perry Chillus had a great night going 4 for 5 with a 2b, Tim Rowe and John Wozniak each went 4 for 5. But the story of the night was Patrick Henry and his "special" underwear. Giving full credit to his underwear, Patrick went 5 for 5, hitting for the cycle with 2 otf hr, one of which was a grand slam. We are not sure if a garter belt was involved or what exactly the cut of the underwear is, but we hope that "Captain Underpants" doesn't misplace his drawers and continues his hot hitting for the rest of the season. A big thank you to the Best Damn Fans in the Land for your enthusiastic support, it means the world to us!



Frickers Maroon 20, Frickers Navy 7

Frickers Navy
The Navy team had no answer for anything in this game, and were handed a whippin' by a very stout Maroon team. The few highlights were: Dave Sanecki (3-3 OTF HR 3RBI), Wayne Harris (2-3 RBI), Woody Wilson (2-3), and Dave Copi (1-2 RBI).

Fricker's Maroon
Fricker's Maroon came out hitting banging out 23 hits in route to a 20-7 mercy rule victory over Fricker's Navy. Fricker's Maroon had great pitching (as usual) from Jerry Edmondson (limiting the high powered Fricker's Navy to 7 runs) and had great defense including two tremendous catches in the outfield , one by Javier Almanza and the other by Kevin Greene. Fricker's Maroon was led in hitting by Eric Iffland 3-4 (one OTF HR and one inside the park HR); Fritz Hartkoff (2-3 with one inside the park HR); Carl Clark 4-4; Joe Beham 3-4 with three doubles; Jerry Edmondson 3-3 (including big two out two run single); Jeff Batanian 2-3; and Kevin Greene 2-3.



Fricker's Black 24, Schneider Electric 22

Fricker's Black
Frickers Black entered the top of the 7th down 6. We battled back to tie the game and hold Schneider in the bottom of the 7th to force extra innings. Black scored three in the top of the eighth and held off a very good ball club to come away with the win. Black was led by Mark Murphy going 5 for 5 followed by Dave Ashman 6 for 5. Mark Gedert hit a OTF HR and scored 4 runs. Norm Cairl scored 4 runs, followed by Scott Richardville, John Johnson, Ashman and Terry Thomas with 3 runs each. The entire team made contributions to the win and never gave up. Thanks to John Johnson for playing with us and all his contributions including an OTF home run.

Schneider Electric
Once again the electricians came out just short and blew another healthy lead late in the game. Schneiders was able to get the bats working and out hit Frickers Black 29 to 26 but issued (9) base on balls that proved costly. Perfect nites at the plate were Charley Oberlin 4-4-4R-BB and Mike Sanders 5-5-2R-2B. On a good note this 22 runs was a season high that was averaging less than 12 runs per game.



Frickers Navy 13, Traudt State Farm 9

Frickers Navy
The Navy men rebounded with a nice come from behind win over a much improved State Farm team. Down 7-3 after 4 inn., Navy outscored the peddlers of policy 10-2 over the last 3 to pull away with a nice win. Offensive leaders: Rick Obert (3-4 HR 2RBI), Kris Brickman (3-4 RBI), Gary Downey ( 3-4 2B RBI), Dave Sanecki (2-3 BB OTF HR 2B 3RBI), Jim Van Brandt (2-3 RBI), Woody Woodrow (2-3 2R RBI), and Bob Miller added a 2B, BB, and 2RBI).

Traudt State Farm>br> State Farm took another loss in a close game. Good game for seven innings but when the bats needed to come alive they did not. State Farm was led by Scott Nichols with 4 hits, Tom Fisher had a triple and OTF HR. Once State Farm finds their hitting stride, watch out! Thanks to Dave Ashman for playing today.



FULL DETAILS >

 


58+ Masters League

58+ Masters League Standings
Won Lost Pct. GB RS RA AM
DIVISION EAST              
Andy and Barneys
7
2
0.778
0.0
135
95
4.4
Harvard Barber Shop
4
6
0.400
3.5
99
123
-2.4
Glass City Investigations
3
6
0.333
4.0
110
107
0.3
DIVISION WEST              
Guardian Angels
6
2
0.750
0.0
129
107
2.8
Rudy's Hot Dog
6
3
0.667
0.5
106
91
1.7
Citizens Advisory
6
5
0.545
1.5
146
134
1.1
Krieger Realty
1
9
0.100
6.0
96
164
-6.8
RS: Runs Scored      RA: Runs Allowed      AM: Avg Margin


SCORES: Tuesday, July 11

Andy and Barneys 12
Glass City Investigations 10
Rudy's Hot Dog 9
Harvard Barber Shop 8
Guardian Angels 23
Krieger Realty 11
Harvard Barber Shop 22
Citizens Advisory 6
Andy and Barneys 15
Rudy's Hot Dog 10
Citizens Advisory 16
Krieger Realty 11

 

 


Glass City Investigations 10, Andy & Barneys 12

Glass City Investigations
Glass City lost to Andy & Barneys 13 to 10. Glass City continues to play hard in tight games but can't come up with the hits when they need too. Leading the charge was Kim Crosby who was 3 for 3 with a liner to the fence. Opponents are beginning to learn they can't cheat in on her. Jerry Glanzman showed some spunk with two hits and Roger Kinnersly laced a double off the fence. The sleuths continue their valiant effort to succeed.

Andy & Barneys
Andy & Barneys defeated Glass City Investigators 12-10 in a very competitive game. Doug Meek led A & B’s attack with two big 3 run homers. Perry Chillius went 3 for 3 while Gary Walton, Jim Burnor, and Rob Boehme each collected 2 hits. All but one A & B player had at least one hit in a decent team effort.



Krieger Realtors 11, Guardian Angels 23

Krieger Realty
Krieger can't buy a break, good effort but outhit by the Angels. Krieger led by John Yocum, and Mike Riethmiller had 3 hits apiece. Doug Quint, Big Chuck n Rick Schmidt and Jeff Snzderski all had 2 hits. Thanks Jay Schramm for filling in

Guardian Angels
The Guardian Angels defeated Kreiger Realty 23 to 11. K. R. started out hot scoring 8 runs in the first 2 innings. The G. A. defense tightened up and held K. R. scoreless the next 3 innings and only giving up 3 runs in the 6th inning. Jim Dandar pitched a really good game. Leading the hitting for the G. A. was Mark Keeling 4-4, Craig Mantey 4-4, Jim dander 4-5, and Rick Stager 3-4.



Harvard Barber Shop 22, Citizens Advisory 6

Harvard Barber Shop
After managing only 8 hits in the first game, the Barbers came out swinging in the nightcap collecting 25 hits to beat Citizens 22-6. Bruss, Bolinger, Meyer, Fox and Anderson all collecting 3 hits. Good solid game all around.

Citizens Advisory
Citizens could not keep up with Harvard's hitting. CAG scored 6 runs on 7 hits in the first 2 innings and only 3 hits in the rest of the game. Citizens highlights were Dave Ashman's triple an Mark Gedert home run in the first. In the second we put together 5 hits to score 4 runs. Three players went 2/2, they were Dave Ashman, Paul Weslowski, and Phil Vrzal



Andy and Barneys 15, Rudy's Hot Dog 10

Andy and Barneys
In the second game Andy & Barneys defeated Rudys Hot Dogs 15-9. A & B collected 23 hits as Doug Meek again led the way going 4 for 4. Also supporting a good offensive attack Perry Chillius, Rob Boehme, and Gary Hovier each collected 3 hits. Again, all but one A & B’s player collected at least one hit. Dan Lewis pitched an excellent game against a good hitting team with great control as a late replacement. This was another strong TEAM effort for Andy & Barneys as the team seems to be coming together.

Rudy's Hot Dog
Andy and Barney's beat Rudy's 15-10. Several Hot Dogs had 2 hits each, including ITPHRs by Jon LaBeau and Ed Echart.



Citizens Advisory 16, Krieger Realty 11 (completion of suspended game)

Krieger Realty
Suspended game Citizens 18 Krieger 11 Krieger led by Tim Kozamal, absent Dennis Blue and Rick Shmiwith 3 hits apiece. Big Chuck and Jeff Szynderski had 2 hits. The struggles continue!!!!

Citizens Advisory
Citizen Advisory 16, Kreiger Realty 11 (Incomplete – 4 ½ Innings)Citizen AdvisoryPunctuated by inning after inning changes in the lead, the Advisors held off the stubborn Realtors in this storm cancelled game after 4 ½ innings and the Advisors leading 15 to 11. The game will be completed at a later date. The Advisors abbreviated 21 hit attack included 3/3 games by Dave Ashman, Pat Hoehn, Phil Vrzal and Don Dheel. Bill Wiseman was 2/2 and MarkGedert and Bill Green were 2/3. Highlights of extra base efforts were Gedert’s vicious line drive HR via left center field. Claims were made that the ball finally bounced off the bumper of a ’12 Jeep Wrangler in the fourth row of the parking lot. Ashman gapped two doubles and Green added another. Vrzal and Dheel both legged out triples. Both teams hit well but included periodsof “sine-wave” defenses. The exception was Gedert’s fine third base foul ball catch banging against the fence. On June 13th with good pitching and defense on both sides CAG added a run In the 6th completing the 16 to 11 score



FULL DETAILS >

 



 

 

 

 

 LOCAL WEATHER
+76
+76°
+53°
Sylvania
Saturday, 12
Click Here for 7 day forecast

 
WEATHER DELAYS
and cancellations
www.Playsylvania.com
(419) 882-1500 x506

 

2017 SSS
CALENDAR of EVENTS
Click Here
 

 
 LEAGUE SCHEDULES

Legends & Masters 2016 Schedules & Rosters

Legends Roster
Masters Roster
Legends Schedule
Masters Schedule

 


 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Sylvania Senior League
2008-2016 CHAMPIONS
Photos and more!
MORE INFO
 
 
 DIAMOND DUST

JIM SCHNEIDER
"DIAMOND DUST"
SSS photo editor
2017 Photos

AROUND THE HORN
Joel Hansen, photographer
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
Archive
 
 PHOTO GALLERY

People, places and events
2017
2016
2014
2013
2012
2011

 TOURNAMENT TEAMS

Sylvania Softball
TOURNAMENT TEAMS
Results, Highlights, Scores and more
2017

2016
2014
2013
2012

 IN THE NEWS
Perrysburg unveils 2017 Huskisson Athletic Center

2017 NEWS
Perrysburg unveils 2017 Huskisson Athletic Center
2014 NEWS
2013 NEWS
2012 NEWS
NEWS ARCHIVE

 
 SPA TOURNAMENTS

2017 OHIO SPA
SCHEDULE & INFO
FOR TOURNAMENTS
MORE INFO

GREAT LAKES
REGISTRATION FORM
FOR 2017 SPA NIT
Click Here

   WOUNDED WARRIORS

SSS/WOUNDED WARRIORS CHARITY GOLF SCRAMBLE JUNE 4, 2017 Heather Downs
Country Club
Click here for information!

2016 WWAST
FUND-RAISER
Click Here

2014 GAMES
PHOTO TRIBUTE

 SSS FALL LEAGUE

2016 SSS
FALL BALL SCHEDULE
Standings, scores,
rosters & more!

2014 League Winners, Photos, Standings
 
2013 League Winners, Photos, Standings
 

 
 SSS COOKOUTS
Bruce Anderson
2016 Cookout /
Home Run Derby
Photos and More

 
2014 WINNERS IN HOMERUN DERBY & SPECIAL EVENTS!
 
2013 WINNERS IN HOMERUN DERBY & SPECIAL EVENTS!
 

 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.
 


 Support Our Sponsors

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

THURSDAY

FRICKER'S IN SYLVANIA
Frickers (6 Teams)
Shawn McGill , Manager

BARROW'S JEWELERS
Gabe Barrow

STATE FARM INSURANCE
Jeff Traudt

SCHNEIDER SONS' CORP
Jim Schneider

BULL MOOSE RETIREMENT PLANNING CO.
Mark Clair & Ryan Clair

 

TUESDAY

HARVARD BARBER SHOP
Gary L. Meyer

ANDY & BARNEY'S SPORTS BAR / JO-JO's PIZZERIA
Abe Mahmoud

CITIZEN ADVISORY GROUP
Jeffrey M. Bucher

GLASS CITY INVESTIGATIONS
Christopher Gill & Jay Schramm

JIM KRIEGER, Real Estate Broker
Jim Krieger

GUARDIAN ANGELS
Home Health Care

RUDY'S HOT DOG
3208 Alexis Road
Justin Dionyssiou


 WEB SITE STAFF:

WEB DIRECTOR: JERRY KEEFE
Email: jerrykeefe1@Hotmail.com

WEBMASTER: GLENN MAXWELL
Nexus Enterprises, Inc.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: JIM SCHNEIDER, STEVE HIGGINS & JOEL HANSON

STATISTICIAN: MATT EDINGER
Email: medinger2@yahoo.com

COUNSELOR: GABE BARROW

Email: gbinc1@sbcglobal.net

CONTRIBUTORS:
Jim Czerniakowski, John Yocom, Jay Schramm, Darren Axon, Phil Richard, Fred Roberts


 

 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/DEB TREGO

GOOD LUCK MEGAN! - reads the inscription on the cake. Joe Beham, left and Guy Stager surprised Joe's niece Megan Schwert, a popular server at Andy & Barney's with a large cake and card, signed by SSS players. Megan is moving to Boston, MA.

MORE ->


Sylvania Senior Softball

 
Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

Don Dheel, Roy Woodworth and Scott Dheel at Pacesetter Park.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

Rob Boehme and John Yocum relaxing between innings.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

STATE FARM'S Scott Nichols waits at first in Thursday night Legends League play.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

SAFETY SCREEN! Bull Moose pitcher George Bates delivers a pitch. This is the second year for the safety screen to protect pitchers.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

FRICKER'S team mates Phil Richard, left and Norm Cairl.

Sylvania Senior Softball - Around the Horn Photos

BARROW'S Bill Garber races to first, beating Fricker's Matt Dillion.

More "Diamond Dust / Around The Horn" Photos
2017 - CLICK HERE | 2016 - CLICK HERE
2015 - CLICK HERE | 2014 - CLICK HERE
2013 - CLICK HERE | 2012 - CLICK HERE
2011 - CLICK HERE | ARCHIVE - CLICK HERE