Vet Braves and Indians remain undefeated in slo-pitch playoffs

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch action on Sept. 19, The Tigers trounced the A’s 17-3 led by hitters Andy Price, Ken Moulden, Dave May and Mike Foley and fielders Joe Gosselin and Mike Moulden. Mike Gustar and Ron Lacroix handcuffed the A’s, while John Dudzic had a three-run jack.

The Giants thumped the Cardinals 20 -7 led by hitters Dave Borer, Mike Hiltz and Brian Davies and fielder Marvin Gunderman and pitcher Dave King. Cardinal Steve Oulahen played well.

The Sox had a nine-run seventh, downing the Orioles 19-9. Brian Hill delivered a key hit in the seventh. Des Dufresne sparkled at short. Orioles John Winegarden and Bernie Mobach played well.

The Pirates downed the Brewers 11-2, led by Phil Tiessen and Gary Horrill. Brewers John Sullivan and Paul Capoferri played well.

The Indians broke a 3-3 tie with six runs in the fifth and survived a Tiger rally in the seventh to win 9-7. Matt DiTommaso and Dave Swatsky led the Tribe. Tigers Luke Haze and Dave McInnis were sharp.

The Braves downed the Giants 13-6, led by hitters Mike Harris, Rick Gunter and Mark Cheshire and infielder Neil Panabaker. George Balansche and Jim Simpson hit well for the Tigers.

In NL games on Sept. 20, the Braves won their second game by downing the Pirates 14-6, led by Brian Carey, Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis. Chris Sergnese went yard for the Bucs. In other games the Cardinals edged the Brewers 12-11, thanks to the play of John Anderson and Frank Hruska. Brewer Frank Rocchi pitched another solid game.

The Giants bounced the Cardinals 18-9 behind the hitting of Mark Edmondson and Brian Radke, and the excellent pitching of Dave King. John Ribbecon and Dave Dykeman swung hot bats for the Cardinals.

In the AL the Indians won their second straight, edging the Sox 12-10, led by hitters Earl Sutherland, Dave Weir and Ken Boyko and defensively, by Keith Beaver, who grabbed a popper to end the game. Rob Haddow, Greg Atkin and Bruce Berglund led the Sox at the dish.

The A’s won a pair, first, over the Orioles 15-3, led by John Dudzic, Mike Freshwater, Steve Warwick and Ray D’Andrade. Kerry Trevaskis, Jay Howes and Ted Butler played well for the Orioles. In the thriller of the day, the A’s came from behind with eight runs in the seventh to defeat the Tigers 14-13. Bruce Hooker, Al Fachnie and Ken Hockley led the attack while Mario Sardo was sharp defensively and pitcher Henry Kirchner speared several hot grounders. Tiger Jean Marc Leclair legged out an inside the park three-run homer.

Vet playoffs resume at 11:30 a. m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 with the red hot A’s taking on the Sox.

Vet Braves and Indians remain undefeated in slo-pitch playoffs

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch action on Sept. 19, The Tigers trounced the A’s 17-3 led by hitters Andy Price, Ken Moulden, Dave May and Mike Foley and fielders Joe Gosselin and Mike Moulden. Mike Gustar and Ron Lacroix handcuffed the A’s, while John Dudzic had a three-run jack.

The Giants thumped the Cardinals 20 -7 led by hitters Dave Borer, Mike Hiltz and Brian Davies and fielder Marvin Gunderman and pitcher Dave King. Cardinal Steve Oulahen played well.

The Sox had a nine-run seventh, downing the Orioles 19-9. Brian Hill delivered a key hit in the seventh. Des Dufresne sparkled at short. Orioles John Winegarden and Bernie Mobach played well.

The Pirates downed the Brewers 11-2, led by Phil Tiessen and Gary Horrill. Brewers John Sullivan and Paul Capoferri played well.

The Indians broke a 3-3 tie with six runs in the fifth and survived a Tiger rally in the seventh to win 9-7. Matt DiTommaso and Dave Swatsky led the Tribe. Tigers Luke Haze and Dave McInnis were sharp.

The Braves downed the Giants 13-6, led by hitters Mike Harris, Rick Gunter and Mark Cheshire and infielder Neil Panabaker. George Balansche and Jim Simpson hit well for the Tigers.

In NL games on Sept. 20, the Braves won their second game by downing the Pirates 14-6, led by Brian Carey, Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis. Chris Sergnese went yard for the Bucs. In other games the Cardinals edged the Brewers 12-11, thanks to the play of John Anderson and Frank Hruska. Brewer Frank Rocchi pitched another solid game.

The Giants bounced the Cardinals 18-9 behind the hitting of Mark Edmondson and Brian Radke, and the excellent pitching of Dave King. John Ribbecon and Dave Dykeman swung hot bats for the Cardinals.

In the AL the Indians won their second straight, edging the Sox 12-10, led by hitters Earl Sutherland, Dave Weir and Ken Boyko and defensively, by Keith Beaver, who grabbed a popper to end the game. Rob Haddow, Greg Atkin and Bruce Berglund led the Sox at the dish.

The A’s won a pair, first, over the Orioles 15-3, led by John Dudzic, Mike Freshwater, Steve Warwick and Ray D’Andrade. Kerry Trevaskis, Jay Howes and Ted Butler played well for the Orioles. In the thriller of the day, the A’s came from behind with eight runs in the seventh to defeat the Tigers 14-13. Bruce Hooker, Al Fachnie and Ken Hockley led the attack while Mario Sardo was sharp defensively and pitcher Henry Kirchner speared several hot grounders. Tiger Jean Marc Leclair legged out an inside the park three-run homer.

Vet playoffs resume at 11:30 a. m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 with the red hot A’s taking on the Sox.

Vet Braves and Indians remain undefeated in slo-pitch playoffs

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch action on Sept. 19, The Tigers trounced the A’s 17-3 led by hitters Andy Price, Ken Moulden, Dave May and Mike Foley and fielders Joe Gosselin and Mike Moulden. Mike Gustar and Ron Lacroix handcuffed the A’s, while John Dudzic had a three-run jack.

The Giants thumped the Cardinals 20 -7 led by hitters Dave Borer, Mike Hiltz and Brian Davies and fielder Marvin Gunderman and pitcher Dave King. Cardinal Steve Oulahen played well.

The Sox had a nine-run seventh, downing the Orioles 19-9. Brian Hill delivered a key hit in the seventh. Des Dufresne sparkled at short. Orioles John Winegarden and Bernie Mobach played well.

The Pirates downed the Brewers 11-2, led by Phil Tiessen and Gary Horrill. Brewers John Sullivan and Paul Capoferri played well.

The Indians broke a 3-3 tie with six runs in the fifth and survived a Tiger rally in the seventh to win 9-7. Matt DiTommaso and Dave Swatsky led the Tribe. Tigers Luke Haze and Dave McInnis were sharp.

The Braves downed the Giants 13-6, led by hitters Mike Harris, Rick Gunter and Mark Cheshire and infielder Neil Panabaker. George Balansche and Jim Simpson hit well for the Tigers.

In NL games on Sept. 20, the Braves won their second game by downing the Pirates 14-6, led by Brian Carey, Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis. Chris Sergnese went yard for the Bucs. In other games the Cardinals edged the Brewers 12-11, thanks to the play of John Anderson and Frank Hruska. Brewer Frank Rocchi pitched another solid game.

The Giants bounced the Cardinals 18-9 behind the hitting of Mark Edmondson and Brian Radke, and the excellent pitching of Dave King. John Ribbecon and Dave Dykeman swung hot bats for the Cardinals.

In the AL the Indians won their second straight, edging the Sox 12-10, led by hitters Earl Sutherland, Dave Weir and Ken Boyko and defensively, by Keith Beaver, who grabbed a popper to end the game. Rob Haddow, Greg Atkin and Bruce Berglund led the Sox at the dish.

The A’s won a pair, first, over the Orioles 15-3, led by John Dudzic, Mike Freshwater, Steve Warwick and Ray D’Andrade. Kerry Trevaskis, Jay Howes and Ted Butler played well for the Orioles. In the thriller of the day, the A’s came from behind with eight runs in the seventh to defeat the Tigers 14-13. Bruce Hooker, Al Fachnie and Ken Hockley led the attack while Mario Sardo was sharp defensively and pitcher Henry Kirchner speared several hot grounders. Tiger Jean Marc Leclair legged out an inside the park three-run homer.

Vet playoffs resume at 11:30 a. m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 with the red hot A’s taking on the Sox.