You don't stop playing because you get old.

You get old because you stop playing.

INTERESTED IN PLAYING SENIOR SOFTBALL? 

 

Check out the video "NCSS Come Play Ball With Us 2015" now playing on You Tube, then come out next Monday morning to a pickup game for evaluation. There is more information about that below.

2015

season schedule

 

One Season in which each team plays the other teams 4 times – 32 Games
Thursday June 11 – Jack Brown Final

SCOREs/

STANDINGS

 

CHECK OUT THE MOST UP TO DATE SCORES AND LEAGUE STANDINGS

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 Interested in playing softball with North County Senior Softball? We'd love to hear from you....

Welcome to North County Senior Softball,

a recreational League for Men & Women ages 55 & Up


Seniors in North County (San Diego) have a great way to loosen up their bones and meet a great bunch of people. Join us in playing softball!


So who is a "Senior"? We say that men and women as young as 55 qualify. That's it, every one is welcome!


The North County Senior Softball League is recreational, so all skill levels are welcome!


Don't worry that you haven't played in decades-most of us hadn't either, and safety is our first concern. After all, we want to continue for a long time. We have several players in their 80's, still going strong!
We play league games on Tuesday & Thursday mornings on fields in Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista.


NEW PLAYERS!

BE SURE TO JOIN US FOR PICKUP GAMES ON MONDAY MORNINGS STARTING AT 9 AM FOR EVALUATION AND TEAM ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION. PICKUP GAMES ARE HELD AT PINE PARK IN CARLSBAD.

TERI-2014 JACK ESTES TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

THURSDAY DECEMBER 11, 2014
TERI 18 ROOKIES 15

HARD TO BEAT THIS DAY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HERE IN PRE SEASON BATTING PRACTICE FOR NORTH COUNTY SENIOR SOFTBALL IS STEVE D AGOSTINO PITCHING TO BOBBY STUART, FRAMED BEYOND CENTER FIELD BY THE BLUE PACIFIC.

NCSS

North County Senior Softball

Murray Levy of O-Side Painting hits against Carlsbad Inn during a game at Lake Park on March 31st.


TUESDAY MARCH 31ST


O-SIDE PAINTING 18 CARLSBAD INN 8

Crafty veteran Chuck Kinnick pitched a masterful game for O-Side Painting, never allowing Carlsbad Inn to score any more than 2 runs in any inning. Meanwhile, Fred Schippmann (4-4, 1 HR), John Wakeman (4-4) and Jim Biksacky (3-4, 2 HRs) lead the attack for OP, while Mike Sullivan, Lou Alliano, and Murray Levy all had 3 for 3 days.


ROOKIES 13 TERI 5

For the second game in a row, all sixteen ROOKIE players showed up, this time to play TERI and, for the second game in a row, BILL HUSSAR and the stingy defense held the opposition to just five runs. It was a team win with TIM McNARRY (two doubles), NELSON ELMORE (home run), MIKE GRIFFITH (two doubles), DENNIS RAYFORD, RAY O'TOOLE and BEV JONES all going three-for-three. ROB "SULLY" O'SULLIVAN homered. Thanks to Steve Sexton for umpiring.

Chuck Dodd of Carlsbad Inn gets the throw at 2nd base too late to catch Ed Cameron of O-Side Painting as he crosses the run through line during a game at Lake Park on March 31st.


​TUESDAY MARCH 31ST

 

​THE DRAFT 18 HARBOR HOUSE 13

A close game all the way, again. Wolfie Pores and Greg Newman in right stopped important HH top of the order hitting with great catches, while Joe Gomez, pitching, turned out the lights in the last inning with a quick comebacker turned double play. He was also 4 for 5 as was Jim Giovinazo & Steve Oldfield. Dave Ash and Steve D'Agostino went 4 for 4.

 

LIFELINE 8 GOT PAIN 7

The score was close to the very end. In the bottom of the 9th with the score 7 to 7, Charles Furman put the winning run on first base. The next batter, Tom Zack, slams a ball to gap in left field that drove the winning run in. Mari Galluchi and her friend, Mike Seidel, were 3 for 3. For Got Pain, Ron Cipriano, mastering the art of the slow rolling grounder, was 4 for 4.

 

 

VISTA WAY CAFE'-BYE