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Results for February 8th 2016



As of February 8th 2016

Approaching Mid-Season all Divisions Remain Close

Sand Bar knocked off Speakeasy and are now tied for first with them in the Island Division. CJ’s on the Bay holds a slim a half game lead over Stonewalls in the Marco Division, while the West leads the East by two games in the Legends Division.


Tuesday February 2nd 2016

Sand Bar – 9
Speakeasy – 6

Sand Bar and Speakeasy played another tight ballgame against on another with Sand Bar coming out on top. Jon Wiseman was the catalyst for Sand Bar with four hits with Dan Gulick having three. Wayne Bombaci belted a home run in the win and had two RBI. Jerry Engel had three hits for Speakeasy


Mutual of Omaha Bank – 20
Brewery – 13

The Bank laid a twenty-seven barrage on the Brewery and turned four doubles in the win. John Gross pulled the trigger on hits; Mark Mekota, Jack Martin and winning pitcher Jack O’Brien had three. Herman Griffith, Bill Thompson, and Rick Benedetti mashed a triple, with Griffith having four RBI, O’Brien three; Gross, Thompson, Martin, George Grygorcewicz, and Bill Shurina two. Chris Flynn and Chuck Reich stung the ball for four hits for the Brewery and Mike Schwab had three. Flynn, Jim Dorey, Jim Gilligan, Nick Jacullo, and Jimmy Cuevas all had two RBI.



Nacho Mama’s – 20
DaVinci’s – 14

Steve Hummel, Gary Revall, and Pete Oellrich had three hits for Nacho Mama’s. Revall Orellich, Bill Wright, Andre Paquette, Frank Benedetti, and John Barrett drove in two runs. DaVinci’s John Haskins and Craig Cunningham blistered the ball for four hits, with one of Haskins’ a home run; Tom Pugh and Murph Knapke had three hits.   Haskins drove in three runs in the game.


Thursday February 4th 2016

Sand Bar – 21
Mutual of Omaha Bank – 5

Sand Bar cashed out the Bank on twenty-six which lead to the game beginning ended due to the mercy rule (15 run differential). Jim George and Dan Gulick pelted four hits, Jim Stewart, Rod Lashley and Charlie Lamb had three. Lashley hoisted a three run home run with George and Jim Hultgren whacking a triple. Lashley and Wayne Bombaci racked up five RBI, Gulick three, George and Lamb two. Bill Thompson and Mark Mekota had three hits for the Bank.


Brewery – 25
Macho Mama’s – 24

It was a down and dirty slug fest between the Brewery and Nacho’s with both team racking up twenty-eight hits, ending with the Brewery winning in extra innings. Tom Whitlock and Mike Schwab pounded out four hits for the Brewery; John Remhoff, John Sherwin, Chuck Reich, and Art Sinisi three. Schwab, Nick Jacullo and Jim Gilligan thumped a home run. Sherwin and Jacullo chased in four runs, Gilligan and Phil Holmes three; Chris Flynn, Reich, Sinisi, and Schwab two. Nacho’s Steve Hummel pummeled the ball for five hits, Bob Williams and Gary Revall four, Ron Peterson three. Hummel, Revall and Peterson all launched a home run with Jim Ramage contributing a triple. Hummel chalked up five RBI, Revall and Peterson four, Williams two.


Speakeasy – 19
DaVinci’s – 7

Twenty-nine hits came flying off of Speakeasy bats with Mike Endelman going a perfect five for five, Ray Kane scorched four; Tom Buettner, Jerry Engel, Mike Puskar and Bob Monaco three. Kane and Jimmy Cuevas clouted a three run home run. Monaco also drove in three runs, Bob Grant and Tom Gazzillo two. DaVinci’s John Haskins torque the ball for four hits; Jim Vitas, Murph Knapke, and Andre Paquette had three. Grady Fuller hoisted a solo home run and Paquette was credited with two RBI.


Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

Rookies – 7
Crazy Flamingo’s – 6                                            

Larry Anspach knocked in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh giving Rookies the team’s first win of the season, as well as notching his first pitching win. Anspach tagged the ball for three hits; John Hollerbach, John DeRosa, Doug Kemp and Ralph Leiterding had two with Al Cenicola driving in two runs. John Cavanagh stoked three in his first game back off the disable list for Flamingo’s. Teammates Jerry Kratz, George Bennett and Tom Grucci had two hits, with Grucci smacking a triple.


CJ’s on the Bay – 10
Stonewalls – 8

CJ’s scored a come from behind win scoring four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Joe Cervelli peppered the ball for three hits for CJ’s; George Lancaster, Ron Hobson, and Joe Kruse had two. Lancaster and Hobson had three RBI; John Hollerbach who belted a home run had two. Stonewalls Mike Walsh and Gary Schneider lined three hits while Dave Coward and Chet Dal Bianco had two. Jim Green ripped a triple in the loss.


Joey’s Pizza – 12
Mango’s – 6

Mike Arnold, Ray Niemeyer, Denny Davis, and Fred Kramer all had two hits for Joey’s with Arnold hoisting a home run. Arnold had three RBI and Jack Mateja two. Danny Stanard stung the ball for three hits for Mango’s, Bob Travers and John Robichaud had two. Stanard and Travers chased in two runs each.


Friday February 5th, 2016

CJ’s on the Bay – 16
Mango’s – 7                        

Joe Kruse laced three for CJ’s while Joe Cervelli, Angelo Polizzi, Fran Diotte and Pat Coraggio had two. Cervelli and Joe Callahan had a triple; Coraggio drove home two runs. Mango’s Warren Uhl, Ron Irwin and Jim Baumann had two hits with one of Baumann’s a triple.



Stonewalls – 11
Rookies – 10

Stonewalls’ rallied from an 8-3 run deficit by scoring four runs in both the sixth and seventh inning to earn the win. Tom Purtell and John Luegering slapped the ball for three hits; Jim Green, Bob Smith and Mike Walsh had two, one of Green’s a triple. Green, Luegering, and Smith each drove in two runs. Nick Brooks lashed out four hits for Rookies; John Hollerbach, Al Cenicola, and Ed Kopecky two. Brooks had three RBI; Doug Kemp hoisted a two run homer for two RBI with Fred Kramer collecting two as well on a triple.


Crazy Flamingo’s – 14
Joey’s Pizza – 4

George Bennett, Don Schwartz, John Cavanagh, Tom Polsten, Tom Grucci and Ray Zielinski all had two hits for Crazy Flamingo’s. Polsten who whacked a triple had three RBI, Grucci and Zielinski two. Paul Burnett nailed three hits for Joey’s and Denny Davis had two.


Monday February 8th, 2016

Stonewalls – 11
Mango’s – 7

Mike Walsh drilled three hits for Stonewalls; Tom Purtell, Doug Stang, Bruce Chambers, Paul Womack and Gary Schneider had two. Purtell and Chet Dal Bianco tripled in the game. Warren Uhl and Jim White lead Mango’s with three hits, Bob Traver and Paul Vorwick two. Traver and Vorwick had triple, with Traver also clobbering a homerun giving him three RBI in the game.


Rookies – 10
Joey’s Pizza – 5

Rookies behind the nine hit pitching of Larry Anspach and two hits apiece from Nick Brooks, Doug Kemp, John Hollerbach, and John Gill won the team’s second game of the season. Hollerbach and Ed Kopecky each smacked a triple. Kemp accounted for four RBI; Kemp, Kopecky, Al Cenicola, and Ralph Leiterding two.


Crazy Flamingo’s – 19
CJ’s on the Bay – 7

Don Schwartz lined three hits for Flamingo’s with John Cavanagh, Joe Furst, Ray Zielinski and John Ranieri having two. Steve Slaggie clocked a home run in the win. CJ’s Joe Cervelli, George Lancaster, Joe Kruse and Fran Diotte had two hits. One of Diotte’s hits was a triple, while Roger Fleming had a solo home run.


Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

West – 18
East – 12

Chuck Wilson and Buff Morris laced three hits for the West, with Gary Badger, Tony Brock, Lee Dilk and Bob Grimm having two. Badger that slammed a home run had two RBI as did Morris. Jack Stevenson and Jeff Dougherty zinged four hits for the East; Ron Townsend, Frank Flint, and Dan O’Sullivan had three, Charlie Pineno two, with Dom Fiorda cracking a triple. Townsend, Dougherty and O’Sullivan drove in two runs in the loss.

Friday February 5th, 2016


East – 22
West – 7

The East put the wood to the West with twenty-five hits along with seven errors to end the game due to the mercy rule. Ron Townsend and Jeff Dougherty pounded four hits, Bob Beaver three; Dom Fiorda, Jack Stevenson, Frank Flint, and Dan O’Sullivan two. Fiorda, Townsend and Dougherty each drove in two runs. Gary Badger, Dick DeAnna, Alan Schneider and Tony Brock had two hits for the West, with Brock having three RBI.


West – 8
East – 7

Don Mandetta peppered the ball for three hits, Dick DeAnna and Bob Grimm had two for the West. Mandetta and Alan Schneider belted a home run with Chuck Wilson and Bob Grimm having a triple, Schneider and Grimm each drove in two runs. The East’s Bob Beaver lined three hits, Dan O’Sullivan and Ron Burger had two. Charlie Pineno whacked a triple giving him two RBI in the game.



Wins Loses
Sand Bar 2 7 2
Speakeasy 7 2
Mutual of Omaha Bank 3 2
Brewery 1 4
Nacho Mama’s 1 4
DaVinci’s 1 4



Wins Loses
CJ’s on the Bay 8 3
Stonewalls 7 3
Crazy Flamingo’s 5 5
Joey’s Pizza 5 5
Mango’s 4 7
Rookies 2 8



Wins Loses
West 6 4
East 4 6

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