Atlantic Division

Teams and Managers/Assistant Managers

Bulldogs - Kevin Gillis/Don Stockwood
Crankies - Glenn Shambroom/Greg French
Enigma - Paul Carucci/Les Machkowsky
Landslide - Randy Enger/Larry Allen
Navigators - John Anjos/Brian Faria
Raptors - John Thurner/Chia-Li Huang
Silver Sox - Ty Shen/Jim Osten
Thunder - Don Gould/Dick Ostresh
Wildcats - Emory Payne/Bob Karol
Atlantic Division News

Atlantic Playoffs Revised Schedule

Due to late morning rains, the playoff match-ups that started today, Tuesday 19 SEPT will be continued Tuesday 26 SEPT.

The Atlantic semi-finals will be on Thursday 28 SEPT.

The Finals will be on Tuesday 3 OCT.

Jeff Allan
EMASS Atlantic Coordinator

Posted: September 19, 2017

Atlantic Tournament Highlights - Thursday 14 SEPT

Bulldogs Sweep Wildcats:

It turned into a Dog Day Afternoon when the underdog #6 Bulldogs upset the #3 Wildcats in 2 straight games: 16-8 & 8-5.

Both games had similar slow offensive starts for the 'Dogs - only 3 runs in 4 innings behind the 'Cats pitching of Justin McGrath and outfield coverage of Steve Elkinson.

In Game 1, the 'Dogs' bats caught fire for the last 3 innings by scoring 4 in the 5th, 5 in the 6th, and 4 in the 7th. Paul Flynn hit a 3-run homer and Pat Carney hit a 2- run blast; Bill Cerrato and Don Stockwood went 4-for-4; and Carney, Stockwood, Bill Stone and Howard Levy added doubles into the mix.
 
In Game 2, the 'Dogs erupted in the 6th inning with a 5 spot, which was started by Art Priver's speedy stand-up double and ended with Larry McNeill's walk-off hit; the defense closed out the 7th inning for the sweep. Several players had a pair of hits in the limited at-bats in the 2nd Frame: Bob Dolezal, Bill Cerrato, Kevin Gillis, Pat Carney, Rich Goldberg, Larry McNeill and John Darack.

Defensively, the Star performance was turned in by fill-in pitcher Paul Flynn (Jack Cerrato on DL), who snagged come-backers and ran down pop flies inside the lines. Pat Carney was kept busy filling in for Mel Hanauer in RC, and John Clancy (DL) cheered the wins from the sidelines.

For the Wildcats, Steve Elkinson provided the bulk of the Wildcats offense with two mammoth 3 run HRs in addition to his stellar defense.

Raptors Sweep Thunder:

It was a battle to get into the playoffs. #8 Thunder vs #9 Raptors. For the first time all season, the Raptors were healthy. It showed in the first inning as they scored 5 starting with a single by Jim Raymond, doubles by David Dibsick, Larry Fegan, Chia-li Wang, and a Wally Introne Home Run. The Raptors followed up with solid defense behind veteran pitcher Chia-Li. The Thunder never really recovered and the game ended at 11-0.

The second game was a different story. The Thunder scored 3 in the top of the 1st forcing the Raptors to scrape out a tie in the bottom of the inning. The Thunder had a good fourth inning scoring 2 runs and giving the Thunder a 6-5 lead.

The Thunder defense continued to quiet the Raptor bats lead by the amazing glove and legs of Tom Hall in Right Center making 6 put outs in the game.

In the bottom of the 5th inning, down 6-5, the Raptors scored a run on rookie Kevin Lally's sacrifice and then, with the bases loaded, David Dibsick hit a bases clearing triple to put the Raptors ahead 9-6.

But the Thunder weren't done! In the top of the 6th they scored three runs to tie the game.

In the bottom of the last, the Raptors started the inning with three singles by Gringo Buxton, Larry Fegan, and Chia-Li. Bruce Silver then got it done with a scorching ground shot through in IF into right for the walk off - Raptors win 10-9! A great game!

For the Thunder in addition to being the defensive star, Tom Hall was the offensive force with line shot hits every time up including a triple.

Enigma Sweep Crankies:

In a match-up of two powerful offenses, pitching and defense ruled the day as five seed Enigma won games one and two to take the best of three series against the number four Crankies team.

In game one, the Enigma got on the board in the top of the first when Bill Moccia drove in 2 with a clutch two out triple.  The potent Crankies bats answered with four runs to take a 4-2 lead after two innings.  More two out thunder struck for Enigma in the top of the third as Alan Bortman launched a three run home run to deep right center.

The Enigma added another in the fourth as the middle of the line up delivered three consecutive two out hits. The  Crankies scratched across single runs in the 4th and 5th innings to even the score at six.  

In the last inning, Steve Sogoloff delivered Alan Bortman from third base with a sacrifice fly.  Dan Kindlon kept the two out theme going with a single to drive in Doug Gilmore who had doubled to right.  Marshall Krasnow and the Enigma defense didn't allow any runs in the bottom of the inning and hung on to take game one 8-6.

Runs were at a premium in game two as Enigma prevailed 4-3.  The Crankies jumped out to a 3-0 lead.  The Enigma broke the seal in the bottom of the second when Les Machkowsky's sacrifice fly scored Dan Kindlon from third.  In the third inning, Kem Stewart hit a run scoring triple and Alan Bortman brought Kem in with a sacrifice fly.  

With the game knotted at three in the fifth inning, Fred Greer started the winning rally with a lead off double.  Two more singles loaded the bases and pinch runner Kem Stewart scored from third on an IF hit. The Enigma shut out the Crankies over the final five frames to sweep the series.  Excellent pitching in both games by Marshall Krasnow and stingy defense stood out for Enigma.

After making positioning adjustments to early Crankies blasts, Enigma outfielders were able to haul in everything hit their way, lead by a running, leaping catch by Hal Iverson in deep right center.  The Enigma infield was equally as stingy, consistently catching line drives and knocking down grounders headed for the outfield.

Overall for the Enigma, Alan Bortman had a home run and drove in 4.  Doug Gilmore, Dan Kindlon, Fred Greer, Steve Landry and Hal Iverson added three hits each on a day when hits were scarce for both sides.

For the Crankies in a valiant losing effort, Bud Dodge (Game One) and Alan Joseph (Game Two) were solid. It was a great day in LF for Bob J. Clifford, and three really tough grabs by Alan Joseph in the game he pitched.

There were few offensive highlights for the Crankies, but Steve Bober and Elliot Winer each contributed identical lines of 3-4, w/3B and HR.

Posted: September 15, 2017

ATLANTIC PLAYOFFS - RESULTS TUESDAY 14 SEPT.

It must be some form of Cosmic Karma, the Total Eclipse or just a bunch of competitive teams that can whip each other on any given day.  

Whatever it is, all the lower seeds beat the higher seeds on the first day of the Atlantic Playoffs!

Raptors (9) beat Thunder (8): 
11-0
10-9

Enigma (5) beat Crankies (4) - Enigma will play next in semi-finals Tues. 26 SEPT
8-6
5-3

Bulldogs (6) beat Wildcats (3) - Bulldogs will play next in semi-finals Tues. 26 SEPT
16-8
8-5

NEXT GAMES:

TUESDAY 19 SEPT:
1 NAVIGATORS vs. 9 RAPTORS:  Wayland Corner
2 LANDSLIDE vs. 7 SILVER SOX:  Wayland BB Court Field

THURSDAY 21 SEPT: NO GAMES JEWISH HOLIDAY

TUESDAY 26 SEPT: SEMI-FINALS (Highest Seed Remaining will play lowest seed on the Corner Field)

THURSDAY 28 SEPT: FINALS

** If there are rain-outs the Playoff Tournament will continue into October until we have a winner.

END OF SEASON TOURNAMENT PLAYOFF FORMAT:

Best 2 out of 3 games.  Winners move on, losers are done.

Games start at 9:30 AM (Warm-ups and field set-up 8:30 - 8:45).

All games (except 3rd game of finals) are time limited.

Game One starts 9:30; at 50 minute mark Umps will announce that at conclusion of inning being played, next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

Game Two starts 10 minutes following conclusion of Game One. At 50 minute mark Umps will announce that at the conclusion of the inning being played, the next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

Game Three (if required) starts 10 minutes following conclusion of Game Two.

At 12:50 Umps will announce that at the Conclusion of the inning being played, the next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

FINALS: The finals will be played using the same format EXCEPT that Game Three if necessary will go a full 7 innings or more to its' conclusion regardless of the time to determine the End of Season Tournament Champions.

NO POOL PLAYERS

There are no Pool Players allowed for the End of Season Tournament.

** The only exception is that if a team has no Pitcher, one will be provided.

Teams can play with as few as 9 players (missing one IF and one OF) - must provide own Catcher.

Less than 9 players is a walk-over and the other team moves to the next round.

Posted: September 14, 2017

Final Standings and Playoff Seeding 7 SEPT

Due to the Corner Field being unplayable today, we had a Round Robin of the four teams on the BB Court Field.  Given the shortened nature of the games they did not count in the standings.  

However, congratulations to the Navigators who were "King of the BB Court Field" for the day!

FINAL PLAYOFF SEEDING:  

1st Seed:  Navigators - Clinched 2nd Half Season Championship - had the best record between themselves and the 2nd Seed Landslide

2nd Seed:  Landslide - By virtue of winning 1st Half Season Championship

3rd Seed:  Wildcats - By virtue of winning Overall Regular Season Championship

4th Seed:  Crankies

5th Seed:  Enigma

6th Seed:  Bulldogs.   

7th Seed:  Silver Sox:  

8th Seed:  Thunder (2nd Tie Breaker over Raptors - Run Differential Head to Head)

9th Seed:  Raptors 

PLAYOFF 1ST ROUND GAMES:

THURSDAY 14 SEPT:
8 THUNDER vs. 9 RAPTORS:  Ashland
3 WILDCATS vs. 6 BULLDOGS:  Wayland Corner
4 CRANKIES vs. 5: ENIGMA  Wayland BB Court Field

TUESDAY 19 SEPT:
1 NAVIGATORS vs. 8/9 WINNER:  Wayland Corner
2 LANDSLIDE vs. 7 SILVER SOX:  Wayland BB Court Field

** Higher Seed in BLUE - Home Team

Posted: September 7, 2017

Atlantic Games - Tuesday 5 SEP

Silver Sox Sweep Crankies

In their continuing drive to escape the dreaded Play-In game, the Silver Sox ended their regular season on a four-game winning streak by sweeping the Crankies. Going into the games, both teams had something significant to play for; with a sweep the Crankies would end up in a tie for the Atlantic Regular Season Championship while the Silver Sox were trying to avoid the aforementioned Play-In game.

Defense was again the key for the Silver Sox. After allowing one run in the top of the first inning, and with Crankie base runners all going first-to-third on follow up singles, the Silver Sox limited the damage with a Dennis Pantano to David Hadden to Mike "Rhino" Reinhard relay to cut the runner down at third and end the inning. Thereafter the Silver Sox defense held the Crankies scoreless for the next six innings to key the 10-1 victory.

Pitcher Denny Naylor helped himself by flashing the brilliance that made him an outstanding shortstop in his youth by fielding three hard hit grounders back to the mound and one line drive destined for his head into easy outs. The one highlight submitted to ESPN for Top Ten Plays of The Day was a great running catch in center field by rookie Don Neuwirth.

The second game was a nail biter for the full seven innings and the game only ended with the Crankies stranding the tying and winning runs on base when the final out was recorded. Outside of a spectacular, leaping, full-extension grab by Hadden at short that killed a potentially huge inning for the Crankies, the Silver Sox just continued to display a solid defense to key the Silver Sox 10-9 victory. They made the plays that should be made and there were few errors recorded in the scorebook.

Rhino Reinhard had a solid 5-for-6 day at the plate, Denny Naylor went 4-for-5, and "Dungaree" Dave Wainwright went 4-for-6. But more importantly, as a team the Silver Sox had 36 base hits in the two games, and though only 6 of those were for extra bases; by bunching the hits together the Silver Sox were able to score 10 runs in each game.

Landslide Split with Raptors

The Landslide and Raptors faced off in a pair of games that featured a lot of offense and high scoring by both teams.  Game 1 was a see-saw affair: the Landslide put together a back-to-back pair of 5-run innings, only to see the Raptors come back to tie the game at 11 apiece after 5. Clutch hitting from the bottom of the Landslide batting order and some key sacrifice flies put the Landslide ahead to stay.  Important defensive plays included a nifty grab of a scorching liner down the 3rd base line by Ken MacKenzie to save a couple of runs, as well as great pitching by Mike Niles.

In Game 2, Raptor pitcher John Thurner was able to shut down the Landslide offense for most of the (time-shortened) game, while the Raptor bats stayed active (include home runs by Chia-Li Huang and Rich Demilia).

Going into the bottom of the 5th and final inning, the Raptors led by a seemingly insurmountable 15-6.  However, the Landslide staged a furious rally: the first four batters reached base, scoring two and setting the stage for Ken MacKenzie to come to the plate with runners at 1st and 2nd and no out.  MacKenzie hit a shot to deep center field -- it looked like a sure double, guaranteed to score two ... BUT!  Dave Dibsick made an incredible running over-the-shoulder catch to rob Ken of his double; and two batters later the Raptors turned a nifty 6-4-3 double play (Larry Fegan to Jim Raymond to Gringo Buxton to end the Landslide threat and finish with a split.

Other Landslide highlights: everyone on the roster hit successfully today and -- even more impressively -- everyone on the roster scored at least one run!  Ray Noveck went 6-for-6 with 3 runs scored; Cab Devoll went 5-for-7 with 3 runs scored despite an injured hand; Steve Goldstein went 4-for-5 with 2 runs scored;  Ed Steiman went 4-for-6 plus a sacrifice fly.  Steve Goldstein (subbing for Cab Devoll) made a nice running catch of a short pop-up in left field; and Steve Archer ably held down right field.

Posted: September 6, 2017

Congratulations to the Navigators who clinched the Atlantic 2nd Half Season Championship today - well done!

In addition to bragging rights, the Navigators are guaranteed the 1st or 2nd seed in the Atlantic End of Season Playoff Tournament.

Posted: September 6, 2017

Congratulations to the Wildcats who clinched the 2017 Atlantic Regular Season Championship today - an outstanding season by a terrific team!

The Wildcats will be recognized at the End of Season Banquet with a team and individual trophies.

Posted: September 6, 2017

Atlantic Games - Thursday 31 AUG

Crankies Sweep Thunder

The Crankies stole the Thunder in two games today. The first game was closer than the score as the Thunder kept fighting back, aided by a Mike Driscoll 3 run homer, until the Crankies foisted one last rally on them late in the game. The second game was not close. The Thunder kept hitting the ball hard, but at someone.

Offensively the Crankies overwhelmed the Thunder with superb hitting up and down the line-up.

For the Crankies, it was David Brisson and Bud Dodge with 5 hits apiece, Steve Bober with 5 hits and hitting for the cycle (single, double, triple, home run), Glenn "Shaboom" (aka Mr Cranky Pants) with 2 home runs, Al Penney with 5 hits (including a home run), and Bob Clifford Sr. who made sure the bottom of the order 'turned over' by going 3 for 4.

Defensively Ian Scheff shone in right field taking robbing Joe Flynn of a sure extra base hit by nabbing one of the hardest hit ball of the day with a highlight reel running catch. Elliot Winer and Bob Clifford Jr. also made fine catches, and David Brisson made several brilliant plays at 3B picking short hops and throwing strikes across the diamond to blunt any Thunder rally.

The Thunder had a couple of nice defensive highlights with Joe Flynn throwing our Bert Schofield at 3B from deep in LF, John Flynn with a tumbling shoe top catch in RC and Jeff Allan with an acrobatic high leaping back handed grab of a liner off the bat of Elliot Winer.

Silver Sox Sweep Landslide

On the last day of August, as summer slips away, the Silver Sox combined a stout defense with some timely hitting to sweep the double header.  The first game was called after 5 innings due to the mercy rule, going down in the books as a 19-5 Silver Sox win.  Never known as a power hitting team, the Silver Sox just combined their normal consecutive singles up and down the line up to score in every inning including two 5-run frames.  Denny Naylor helped out his own pitching by going 3-for-3 as did Mike "Rhino" Reinhard. Don Neuwirth, and Charlie Pasewark. 

As evidence of the stalwart defense, in three separate innings the Landslide had the bases loaded and no outs, and failed to score.  Fielding gems from Denny Naylor helped his own cause, as well as a nifty 5-3-1 Reinhard-to-Pasewark-to-Peter Keville double play to cut a potential run at the plate.
 
The second game was the nail biter the first game wasn't.  After spotting the Landslide a 4-run first inning, the Silver Sox plated a 5-run response in the second before adding a 3-run fifth inning and using their defense to hold on for an 8-7 victory. 

Charlie Pasewark concluded his perfect day at bat by going 2-for-2 in the game.  "Rhino" Reinhard continued his development as a reliable hurler for the winners by keeping the Landslide off balance and at bay throughout the game.
 
Special kudos go to pool player Bob Dolezal who was called because the Silver Sox were missing 4 regular players; Bob responded to his temporary assignment by going 5-for-6 in the two games capped by a 3-for-3 performance in the second game.

Posted: September 1, 2017

Atlantic Games - Tuesday 29 AUG

Wildcats Sweep Raptors

Unbelievable best describes today's sweep. Coming back from an early 10 - 4 deficit, it looked bad for the Wildcats, but they regrouped and took the lead late, holding off the Raptors for a 16-13 victory in Game One.

Another total team effect both offensively and defensively for the wins. The team survived a 7 HR attack by the Raptors answering with only 4 2B by the Wildcats on the day.    Everyone in the line up had at least 1 hit lead by Justin McGrath 7 for 8 with Rob Mitchell, Rich Bloom, Sy Ellin, and Jim Leonard contributing  5 hits.

Joe Camgeni arrived in the 5TH inning on the second game and jumped in going 2 for 2 with 2 runs scored. Emory Payne's only offensively feat was with the scored tied 8 to 8 and 2 outs in the 5TH inning of the second game, looping  a single to RF driving in 2 runs for the final lead.

The defense was anchored by the superb MF play of Sy Ellin involved in 4 double plays and making a fine play from the outfield grass throwing out the runner at second base  on a hard hit ball with the tying runs on base for the final out of the second game.

Navigators Sweep Enigma

On a day when the Enigma batters where hitting the ball like rocket missiles, the Navigators' defense and clutch hitting enabled them to offset the  potent Enigma's offense and win two games.

In the first inning of the 1st game, the Navigators scored 5 for an early lead. In the 3rd, the Enigma scored 5  and Navigators scored one for a 6 to 6 tie.. In the bottom of the 4th, Navigators got 5 consecutive hits and went on to score 5 runs and took an 11 to 6 lead. Navigators went on to score 2 additional runs in the the 6th and went on to win 13 to 7.
 
In the first inning of the second game, Navigators, scored 2 and the Enigma charged back with 5. At the end of 2, Enigma held a 7 to 4 lead . In the 3rd, Navigators scored 3 to tie the score 7 to 7. In top of the fifth and and sixth innings, Navigators scored 2 runs  and in the bottom of the 6th, Enigma scored 2. The Navigators now held an 11 to 9 lead and were held scoreless in the top of the 7th. In the bottom of that inning, Enigma score 1 and now trailed by 1.

There were 2 outs with runners on 1st and 2nd, when the Enigma batter hit a short fly ball to left and Rick Feingold with reckless abandon came charging in and made a diving catch to preserve an 11 to 10 Navigators victory!

The Navigators offense was led by Rick Finegold and Brian Faria, who each had 5 hits for the doubleheader. Bill Fairweather and Cliff Roberts each contributed 4 hits.

Defense was the key with Finegold make several good catches in left, Roberts making 2 excellent running catches in left center, and Faria (playing 2B) making an outstanding over the shoulder on a pop fly to right center. As one of the Enigma players commented, he thought it was outlawed in our league for anyone to go back on balls like that and make the catch! Additionally, John Mann playing 1st went far to his right and snagged a screeching line drive that had double written all over it.

One of the key Navigators defensive plays in the 2nd game was made by Mike Curley. There were runners on 1st and 3rd, when he fielded a ground ball behind 3rd threw home to Bill Green, who made a spectacular off balance scoop to get the runner.

John Anjos pitched both games for the victories. 

Posted: August 30, 2017

2017 ATLANTIC END OF SEASON TOURNAMENT PLAYOFF

2017 ATLANTIC END OF SEASON TOURNAMENT PLAYOFF

SCHEDULE:

The Atlantic End of Season Tournament Playoff will begin on THURSDAY 14 SEPT.

There will be three games on the 14th with the 8th vs. 9th Seeds playing their "play in" game at Ashland.

The updated schedule is as follows.

Lower number seeds will be home teams. Semi-finals teams will play highest vs. lowest remaining based on original seeding.

THURSDAY 14 SEPT:

8 vs. 9: Ashland
3 vs. 6: Wayland Corner
4 vs. 5: Wayland BB Court Field

TUESDAY 19 SEPT:

1 vs. 8/9 Winner: Wayland Corner
2 vs. 7 Wayland BB Court Field

THURSDAY 21 SEPT: NO GAMES JEWISH HOLIDAY

TUESDAY 26 SEPT: SEMI-FINALS

THURSDAY 28 SEPT: FINALS

** If there are rain-outs the Playoff Tournament will continue into October until we have a winner.

SEEDING:

The winner of the 1st Half Season and the 2nd Half Season will be the 1 and 2 seeds. Between the 1 and 2 seeds, the team with the best overall record will be the 1 seed.

If the overall Regular Season Champion is not the winner of the 1st or 2nd Half, that team will be the 3 seed.

All other seeding is based on best overall record percentage-wise.

Seeding tie breakers are as follows:

TIE BREAKER ONE: Head to Head Record
TIE BREAKER TWO: Run differential head to head
TIE BREAKER THREE: Best record against teams with an end of season winning record.
TIE BREAKER FOUR: Best record against common opponents


END OF SEASON TOURNAMENT PLAYOFF FORMAT:

Best 2 out of 3 games.

Games start at 9:30 AM (Warm-ups and field set-up 8:30 - 8:45).

All games (except 3rd game of finals) are time limited.

Game One starts 9:30; at 50 minute mark Umps will announce that at conclusion of inning being played, next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

Game Two starts 10 minutes following conclusion of Game One. At 50 minute mark Umps will announce that at the conclusion of the inning being played, the next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

Game Three (if required) starts 10 minutes following conclusion of Game Two.

At 12:50 Umps will announce that at the Conclusion of the inning being played, the next inning will be the last and an "Open Inning".

FINALS: The finals will be played using the same format EXCEPT that Game Three if necessary will go a full 7 innings or more to its' conclusion regardless of the time to determine the End of Season Tournament Champions.

NO POOL PLAYERS

There are no Pool Players allowed for the End of Season Tournament.

The only exception is that if a team has no Pitcher, one will be provided.

Teams can play with as few as 9 players (missing one IF and one OF) - must provide own Catcher.

Less than 9 players is a walk-over and the other team moves to the next round.

Posted: August 25, 2017

LANDSLIDE 2017 ATLANTIC DIVISION 1ST HALF SEASON CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to the Landslide as they swept the Raptors today, Tuesday 22 June to become the 2017 Atlantic First Half Season Champions with a 10 - 4 record.  

As 1st Half Season Champs in addition to the all important bragging rights, the Landslide are guaranteed either the 1st of 2nd Seed for the End of Season Playoffs.

Way to go Landslide and congratulations on a great 1st Half Season!

Team Wins Losses Percent
Landslide 10 4 0.714
Bulldogs 7 3 0.700
Wildcats 7 3 0.700
Crankies 8 6 0.571
Raptors 5 5 0.500
Thunder 6 8 0.429
Enigma 5 9 0.357
Navigators 4 8 0.333
Silver Sox 4 10 0.286

Posted: June 27, 2017

Team Rosters

Below are each of the teams in the division. To view the roster for any team, either click on the "+" or the team name. To hide the roster, click on the "-".

Bulldogs
Patrick Carney, West Roxbury
Bill Cerrato, Natick
Jack Cerrato, Medford
John Clancy, Natick
John Darack, Wayland
Robert Dolezal, Needham
Paul Flynn, Maynard
Kevin Gillis, Chelmsford
Richard Goldberg, Arlington
Mel Hanauer, Gloucester
Howard Levy, Boston
Larry Mcneill, Woburn
Arthur Priver, Wellesley
Don Stockwood, Wayland
Bill Stone, West Boylston
Crankies
Stephen Bober, Marlborough
David Brisson, Wayland
Robert J. Clifford, Hingham
Robert Clifford, Hingham
Joe Defelice, Canton
Moore Dodge, Quincy
Michael Frank, Jamaica Plain
Greg French, Jamaica Plain
Sheldon Ganz, Framingham
Alan Joseph, Newton Center
Albert Penney, Revere
Joseph Salzano, Ashland
Ian Scheff, Marlboro
Berton Schofield, Hopkinton
Glenn Shambroom, Natick
Elliot Winer, Sudbury
Enigma
Alan Bortman, Wayland
Paul Carucci, Marlborough
Douglas Gilmore, Jefferson
Frederick Greer, Quincy
Dave Hornfischer, Framingham
Halvor Iverson, Concord
Dan Kindlon, Sudbury
Marshall Krasnow, Newton
Stephen Landry, Auburn
Les Machkowsky, Framingham
Bill Moccia, Bradford
Dennis Piantigini, Framingham
Gary Siegel, Needham
Steven Sogoloff, Peabody
William Stewart, Dover
Landslide
Larry Allen, Sudbury
Steve Archer, Maynard
John Carberry, Needham
Cabot Devoll, Canton
Randy Enger, Sudbury
Stephen Goldstein, Holliston
Albert King, Tolland
Kenneth Mackenzie, Marlborough
Tom Mccoll, Natick
Mike Niles, Norwood
Ray Noveck, Waban
Richard Stafford, Wayland
Edward Steiman, Natick
Mike Teeley, S.walpole
Daniel Vellom, Sudbury
Navigators
John Anjos, Venice
Drew Cole, Plymouth
Michael Curley, Newton
William Fairweather, Middleboro
Brian Faria, Dartmouth
Rick Finegold, Plymouth
Robert Gallant, Peabody
Bill Green, Cambridge
John Kealty, Framingham
Tony Keber, Cambridge
John Mann, Rockland
Donald Murphy, Peabody
Robert Risman, Medford
Clifford Roberts, Needham
Steve Tripoli, Hull
Raptors
Gary Buxton, Holliston
Richard Demilia, Framingham
David Dibsick, Allston
Michael Eizenberg, Wellesley
Larry Fegan, Natick
Chia-li Huang, Wayland
Wally Introne, Jr., Hull
Edward Laborio, Wayland
Kevin Lally, Framingham
Jim Raymond, Framingham
Fred Scerra Jr, Marlboro
Bruce Silver, Salem
Gary Snyder, Boston
John Thurner, Belmont
Richard White, Gloucester
Silver Sox
David Hadden, Needham
Richard Holland, Marlborough
Peter Keville, Belmont
Jesse Lipcon, Wayland
Richard Morris, Sudbury
Dennis Naylor, Brookfield
Don Neuwirth, Chestnut Hill
Michael Ossing, Marlboro
Jim Osten, Lexington
Dennis Pantano, Bedford
Charlie Pasewark, Framingham
Mike Reinhard, Newton
Ty Shen, South Boston
David Wainwright, Needham
Peter Workum, Cambridge
Thunder
Jeffrey Allan, Needham
Kevin Carr, Upton
Michael Driscoll, Medfield
Steven Edelson, Wayland
John Flynn, Dover,
Joseph Flynn, Wayland
Marty Glickman, Natick
Don Gould, Wayland
Thomas Hall, Marlborough
Robert Kavanagh, Newton
Peter Mirabella, Leominster
Michael Narducci, Medway
Richard Ostresh, Ashland
Patrick Romano, Sturbridge
Angelo Scarcella, Needham
Wildcats
Richard Bloom, West Roxbury
Joseph Camgemi, Marlborough
Steven Elkinson, Bolton
Seymour Ellin, Chestnut Hill
Fred Fabricant, Newton
Mike Grossman, Westborough
Robert Karol, Wayland
William Kenney, Wayland
James Leonard, Norfolk
Justin Mcgrath, Shrewsbury
Rob Mitchell, Concord
John O'rourke, Norfolk
Emory Payne, Holliston
Paul Perry, Wayland
Ed Wiberg, Medfield
Standings
Team Wins Losses Percent
Navigators 10 2 0.833
Wildcats 9 5 0.643
Crankies 10 6 0.625
Enigma 8 6 0.571
Silver Sox 8 6 0.571
Landslide 5 9 0.357
Thunder 4 8 0.333
Raptors 5 11 0.313
Bulldogs 3 9 0.250
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