We have only 26 volunteers from our league of 140 players for this Saturday's softball exhibition with TERI. If you are not signed up,please re-check your plans and see if you can make it!
If anyone has a pop-up tarp they can bring, that would be very helpful!
Please see the .pdf file below for complete information.

NCSS-TERI_flier_2014.pdf
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To see the fun from last year's event, check it out on YouTube at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptdcZ6l8DGQ

WELCOME TO
NORTH COUNTY
SENIOR SOFTBALL

A Recreational League
for Men & Women
ages 55 & Up

"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"
now playing on You Tube, then come out next Monday morning to a pickup game for evaluation. There is more information about that below.

NORTH COUNTY SENIOR SOFTBALL-RECREATIONAL DIVISION



 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 
.


Please see our "Maps" page for park locations where we play.



TERI
2014 JACK BROWN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Manager: MARIO MARIONCELLI
Check out video highlights at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tdxqANDJhk&list=UU-ca_JqU4ek1Ny7EnQtDHVg


 


Les Beccue of The Draft pitches to Bill Hussar of Carlsbad Inn during a game at Pine Park on October 23rd. Donna Engleman can be seen in the background ordering a hot dog from a vendor.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 23RD

THE DRAFT 13 CARLSBAD INN 13
(Tie after 11 long
 innings)

Both teams fought hard to win this game. Carlsbad Inn had the bases loaded with none out in both the 9th and 10th innings, but just couldn't score, thanks to some fine defense by The Draft. Michael Juditz and Mary Gallucci, and Mike Weinrich all homered for The Draft and John Grazel was 4 for 5, but neither team overwhelmed the other as defense and pitching held us all in check. Shorthanded Carlsbad Inn had the help of John Wakeman and 2 loaners from The Draft to play 12 on 12.


TERI 31 VISTA WAY CAFE' 17

Closing with a flourish,  TERI scored 10 runs in the 8th and, by agreement,  the final inning, to crush Vista Way 31-17. Tim McNary was 5 for 5 and Mario Marioncelli was 4 for 5 with a home run in the 8th inning.  Bill Laird, though injured, brought a dozen donuts to lead the way.


 Here is a link to a video that explains the new "Run Through Line" that we will be using at 2nd and 3rd base going forward:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlu34E9MKMs



Bob Maltinsky of The Draft camps under a fly ball as Larry Sontag gets ready to back him up during a game against Carlsbad Inn at Pine Park on October 23rd.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 23RD

HARBOR HOUSE 27 LIFELINE 21

HH broke an 8 game losing streak by taking advantage of the pitching woes of LL.  All three of LL's pitchers (Hugh O'Neil, Richard Keefer, and Ed Cameron) were unavailable so RICH REYNOLDS stepped in to pitch his first NCSS game.  Once he got the hang of it he did well including notching his first strikeout.  HH enjoyed a 10 run lead through 7 and an 8 run lead in the 8th before LL's bats came alive to pull with in one, 22-21.  However, HH scored 5 in the 9th to seal the win. 


GOT PAIN 17 ROOKIES 11

In a low scoring Got Pain? @ Rookies game through 5 it was RO up 7-4. Then GP bats came alive with 4 in the 6th and 5 in the 7th while holding RO scoreless in 6 innings. RO mounted a come back in the 9th but came up short, a 17-11 GP win. Nelson Elmore made a fine running catch of a sinking line drive.


O-SIDE PAINTING-BYE

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