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 Games - Tuesday 15 AUG

Raptors Split with Silver Sox

The first game was close until the 5th inning when the score was six to five, Raptors ahead by one run. The Raptor scored 5 runs in each of the next two innings. With 9 run deficit going into the 7th, the Silver Sox staged a come back in by scoring 6 runs but fell a bit short and the Raptors took Game One 16-13.

Over the course of both games for the Raptors, Rich White had a DAY going 6 for 6 with 2 HRs including a GRAND SLAM!

Jim Raymond also went 6 for 6 and had two awesome defensive innings in Game One turning two DPs and being responsible for all three outs in both innings. Larry Fegan had his 2nd straight week where he tagged a runner trying to get by him at SS and then turning a DP and David Dibsick hit a tremendous 3 run HR on an 0-2 pitch deep into the recesses of Center Field. Bruce Silver continued his machine-like hitting going 5-6 almost all line drive hits.

For the Silver Sox in a losing cause, Jim Osten hit a big three run triple and Jesse Lipcon and Dennis Pantano seemed to be on base every inning of the game!

The second game started with one run innings and tight defense. Charles Pasewark and Peter Workmun made the play of the game with a rare RF to 1B to Catcher double play that quelled a budding rally.  The runs mattered as the Silver Sox fought back from down 11-7 to tie it at 11-11 going into the 7th on the back of Dave Hadden's run producing triple.  

After shutting out the Raptors in the top of the 7th, Dennis Naylor started the winning rally for the Silver Sox with a single. Dave Hadden went into run and advanced to second on a fly to left by Rich Holland though a quick throw made it close. Peter Keville then delivered BIG with a game winning single over the head of the SS head with just enough distance to allow David to score - WALK OFF WIN FOR THE SILVER SOX. A thrilling end to two great games on a day perfect for softball!

Crankies Sweep Bulldogs

The Crankies were victorious in two very competitive games.

In Game One the Bulldogs jumped on top early 7-3. With the defense regrouping, the Crankies chipped away to bring it to 7-5. Then on the back of a HUGE THREE RUN TRIPLE FROM SHELDON GANZ the Crankies scored 7 runs in the last two innings to take Game One 12-8.

The Crankies started the second game strong with a 10-5 lead by the midway point but the relentless Bulldogs fought their way back. In the bottom of the seventh inning, the Bulldogs had bases loaded with the tying run charging for the plate and the winning run racing for third when Steve Bober made a backhand stop on a hard hit ground ball up the middle, which he flipped to second for an 11-10 victory.

Offensively for the Crankies Steve Bober, David Brisson, Joe DeFelice, Greg French and Sheldon Ganz (4-4) each had four hits over the course of both games.

For the Bulldogs, the Offensive leaders with 5 hits each were: Bob Dolezal with 2 doubles and a triple; Paul Flynn with two triples including one blast that almost rolled onto West Plain; Don Stockwood including a double; and Kevin Gillis. Both Howard Levy and Mel Hanauer had four hits apiece. Defensively, Rich Goldberg threw a runner out at the plate for the 2nd straight week and Marshall Krasnow pitched superbly in a losing effort.

Posted: August 16, 2017

Atlantic Games Thursday 10 August

Game #1: The Bulldogs were in a close battle with the Landslide through 3 innings, trailing 8-7; but opened up their offense and clamped down on their defense for a 17-8 final.

Offensively, Paul Flynn led the way going 4 for 4 with a double & triple, Bob Dolezal had 3 hits with a triple, and Howard Levy & Larry McNeill went 3 for 3. Don Stockwood ripped a long HR into the RC Field gap.

In Game Two the Bulldogs Offense was led by Bob Dolezal (double & triple), Bill Cerrato and Kevin Gillis each had 3 hits; Paul Flynn, Rich Goldberg, Art Priver & Bill Stone each had a pair of hits.

Defensively for the Bulldogs, newcomer Rich Goldberg was the star with strong, accurate throws on double plays and by cutting down advancing runners on the bases. Additionally Bill Stone made a sparkling ankle high running catch almost on the RF line to steal extra bases from the Landslide.

In Game Two the Landslide pulled off one of the rallies of the season to pull off the split!

It was a nail-biter going into the 7th. The Bulldogs pulled off a 5-run inning in the top of the 7th to give them a 6 RUN LEAD, and it was starting to feel a little like the brooms were out to get the Landslide.

But there is a reason the Landslide have been one of the top teams in the league all season as they put up 6 OF THEIR OWN to tie the game and send it into extras.

The Landslide employed their stifling defense in the top of the eight to shut down the Bulldogs with Alan King making two nice catches in RC.

In the bottom of the 8th, with a runner on 3rd, 1 out, Ray Noveck did it for the 2nd week in a row, walloping a long one over the Bulldogs OF to win the game!

Wildcats Split with Enigma

The Wildcats took Game One, leaning once again on another good showing from the bottom of the batting order.  Fred Fabricant  was on base three times with 2 runs scored and Ed Wiberg was 2 for 3 with a run scored and a RBI.   After the Enjgma scored 3 runs in the 6TH inning to take a 11 to 9 lead the Wildcats scored 5 in the 7TH with last 3 in the order getting on: John O'Rourke  and Ed Wiberg singled, Fred Fabricant walked turning the line-up for Rob Mitchell who blasted them all in for a bases clearing triple. Rob then scored on Justin McGrath's SF. Steve Elkinson then put the cherry on the sundae, hitting a long HR to right to complete the Wildcats scoring and cement the victory.
 
Leading Wildcats hitters in the game were Rob Mitchell and Steve Elkinson 3 for 4 followed by 2 for 3 from Justin McGrath, Ed Wiberg and Sy Ellin with a 3B.

The Enigma opened the spigots on their offense in Game Two, pouring runs all over the Wildcats as they scored in each of the five innings including three 5 spots.  

Bill Moccia supported the bats by retiring the first 9 Wildcats hitters.  The hopes of a perfect game were dashed when the Wildcats scored two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning.  The Enigma went on to win Game Two by a score of 20 - 2!

For the Enigma, Doug Gilmore marked his return to the Atlantic from the disabled list with a 6 for 6 performance that included two run producing extra base hits.  Les Machkowsky added a five hit day.  Ageless Fred Greer hit a blast to left and legged out a triple to drive in a run.  Dave Hornfischer knocked in 6 ribbies including clearing the bases with a double. Steve Landry contributed a bases loaded triple on his way to a 4 RBI day.  Six Enigma had at least 4 hits on the day including Dennis Piantigini Bill Moccia Gary Siegel and Paul Carucci.

Posted: August 11, 2017

Atlantic - Tuesday 8 AUG

Raptors Sweep Thunder

This was a battle of two hard hitting teams. The last time they met, the Raptors were swept by the Thunder, suffering what was possibly their worst defeat of the season, losing 10-8 and then 19-3! 

Today the Raptors were back to full strength for the first time all season and got payback in spades.

The Raptors got off to a fast start, scoring 5 runs in the first, led by Jim Raymond and El Gringo, each with a double. But you can never have enough runs against the Thunder and they stormed back in the third to tie the game at nine.

The Raptors immediately got back with four runs of their own topped off by a long triple over the LF's head by Rick DeMilia and then scoring the fourth run on a line drive single by Fred Scerra (who was 3 for 5 with a walk in the two games, including a line drive down the 3B line that smacked off the bag - when was the last time you saw Fred hit the ball there?!). The Raptors built on their lead and held on for the 16-12 victory.

The Raptor offense continued to roll in Game Two with only one extra base hit (a triple by David Dibsick) but OVER 20 SINGLES in innings 2,3,4 & 5. The game ended after the sixth due to time with the Raptors ahead 16-7.

In the end, each of the Raptors scored at least one run in the two games and seven Raptors scored three or more times. That balance up and down the lineup was the true star of both games.

Chia-li Huang was his usual steady self pitching both games, flashing the leather on the mound, using his head and even using his face mask to stop one ball.

The Raptors defense was excellent across the board. Ed Laborio at 3B made several smooth picks on hard hit balls and great throws across the diamond. Larry Fegan turned a key DP on a ball to SS in Game Two, tagging the runner and throwing across for the out stifling a Thunder rally.

Jim Raymond was instrumental in turning at least 3 DPs from the MF position. Mike Eizenberg made two great plays, snagging a smokin' hard backhand shot to rob Jeff Allan of a hit and making a tumbling catch in RF. El Gringo was perfection at 1B, doing his gumby routine to reaaaach for throws and fielding several short hop tosses for outs.


Navigators Split with Crankies:

The Navigators and Crankies brought their competitiveness to the field and split their games.

By the bottom of the 5th, the Crankies held a 9 to 3 lead when the Navigators scored 5 and now only trailed by one. Key hits from Tony Keber and Bill Green sparked the rally. In the 6th, Crankies scored 3 and Navigators highlighted by a John Mann long double scored 4 more and tied the game.

In top of 7th the Crankies took a one run lead. Bottom of 7th, John Kealty led off with a single and then with 2 outs Don Murphy got a single putting the tying and winning run of base when who should stride to the plate, but Rick Finegold.

Rick had already cemented his position as the Superstar hero of the game, making two patented Rick Finegold catches in LF, one diving feet first and one HEADFIRST to rob Crankies of hits and momentum.

So here he was, 2 on, two outs, bottom of the 7th... and he lashes a double driving in both for a thrilling 14-13 Navigators victory!

Over both games the Navigators offense was led by Rick Finegold, Brian Faria, and Cliff Roberts, who each had 4 hits.

Defensively, in addition to the stellar play of Rick Finegold, Steve Tripoli made an outstanding running over his shoulder catch of a ball into deep RC, and both Drew Cole and John Kealty each made outstanding defensive plays for the Navigators.

In the second games Crankies led 8 to 2 after four innings.  The Navigators were not able to catch them and the Crankies rebounded from the tough Game One loss, winning Game Two going away 13 to 9. The big hit of the second game was a bases loaded 3 RBI double by Joe Salzano.

On the day for the Crankies, Ian Scheff went 6 for 6, with Steve Bober going 6 for 7. Elliot Winer was 4 for 6 with a double and a triple and a defensive gem making a shoestring catch in left center field. Another defensive highlight was Mike Frank's running backhand grab of a hard hit ball headed for the gap in centerfield, stuffing a Navigators rally and ending the inning.

Posted: August 9, 2017

Atlantic Games - Thursday 3 August

Landslide Sweep Thunder:

The Landslide took two from the Thunder today, with everyone on the Landslide contributing both at the plate and on the field.

The Landslide bats came alive early in Game One, giving the Landslide a substantial margin going into the late innings. No matter where the Thunder OF played it was never far enough back to stop Alan King (RF) who crushed two way over the RFs head, and Ray Noveck who hit the farthest ball I've ever seen Ray hit (extra Androgel?).

Every ball in the IF seems to squib far enough for a base hit or find the hole between IFs. However, the Thunder started to creep closer in the late innings, but it was too little too late as the Thunder romped for a 15-8 victory.

There were a handful of beautiful defensive plays in this game. Larry Allen made one of the nicest running catches you would ever want to see, sprinting full out into the RC Field gap and reaching, reaching out Inspector Gadget style at the last minute to snag a line shot crimping a major Thunder rally.

On the Thunder side in a losing effort, Tom Hall made two spectacular defensive plays, throwing out a runner at the plate from way out in RC and making a circus totally back to plate catch in LC - unfortunately it was a Sac Fly that drove in the 5th run for the Landslide, but still - WOW - what a catch.

Additionally, brand new player Steve Edelson made his bones with the team. In one inning Steve (avoiding the deadly IF lip) made two beautiful back pedaling catches of pop flies in short RF from the 2nd base position.

Game Two was an exciting see-saw battle, with the Thunder jumping out to 5-0, 5-1, 6-1 leads. Then Landslide tied it at 6-6, but Thunder put up a another 5-run inning in the top of the 4th. The never say die Landslide answered with 4 runs in the bottom of the inning. So now at 11-10, Landslide holds off Thunder in the top of the 5th and score 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th ... Landslide now leading for the first time in Game Two 12-11.

In the top of the last, the Thunder put two men on base with one out - long fly to Cab in LF moves runners to 1st and 3rd. Pat Romano rips a screaming grounder down the 3rd base line that has double written all over it....but NO Ken Mackenzie scoops it up cleanly on the difficult short hop, makes a perfect throw to 2nd Baseman Danny Vellom for the force and the Game Two win for the Landslide, cementing the sweep!

The now-routine excellent pitching by Mike Niles and Ray Noveck combined with great Landslide defensive plays were key. Great plays by Steve Archer (double play: unassisted at 2nd base with a throw home to John Carberry to catch the runner coming in from 3rd); Ed Steiman (stab of a line drive that he picked out of the dirt); Cab Devoll (two running catches on long flies in left); and, already mentioned, the game-ending grab and throw from Ken MacKenzie at 3B ... all stopped strong Thunder rallies that could easily have reversed the outcomes.

Enigma Split with Crankies:

The Crankies and the Enigma met and it was a hit and run fest as the Enigma won the first game 14-13 and the Crankies took the second abreviated (6 innnings) game 15-11 for a total of 53 runs between both teams during the double-header. What's amazing is that most of this was small ball.

In Game One, the Enigma held the hard hitting Crankies scoreless in the last three innings and came back from one run down to take the opener.  Gary Siegel fielded a sharp grounder and tossed to Les Machkowsky who flipped to Dave Hornfischer for a 4-11-3 that snuffed a late Crankies rally keeping the game tied going into the bottom of the 7th.

That's when Dave Hornfischer stepped up in with two out and took the heroic honors singling in the winning run for the Enigma!

On defense for the Enigma, Dave Hornfischer in addition to his bat, flashed some fancy leather, stabbing a one hop bullet for an unassisted put out at first base.  

In Game Two, Les Machkowsky used all of his available vertical leap at middle field to steal a line drive hit from a Crankies hitter - 2nd time this season Les has gone all big air to snag a screaming liner!

On offense for the Enigma Alan Bortman, who was pressed into emergency outfield duty, led the Enigma with a six hit performance.  Chipping in with five hits on the day were Paul Carucci, Dave Hornfischer and Bill Moccia.  Dan Kindlon for the 2nd week in a row was the top Enigma RBI man driving in five over both games.

In Game Two the Crankies pounded their way to a 15-11 victory.

For the Crankies on the day there were five hits apiece for David Brisson and Glenn Shambroom, and 4 hits apiece for Steve Bober and Joe DeFelice. Joe Salzano knocked in a couple of key runs with a line drive double up the middle. Sheldon Ganz went 2 for 3 with a double and a walk. Pitcher Alan Joseph continued helping his own cause with carefully timed clutch base hits.

Posted: August 4, 2017

Atlantic Games Tuesday 1 August

Navigators Sweep Bulldogs:

In the first game, the Navigators took an early 10 to 5 lead after 2 innings with consistent hitting from everyone in the batting order. The Bulldogs chipped away and after 5 innings, the lead was narrowed to two.

In the 6th Brian Faria and Drew Cole hit back to back doubles and both scored giving the Navigators a 13 to 9 lead they would not relinquish going on to win 14-11.

In the second game the Navigators won 11 to 6 behind the effective pitching of Donald Murphy. The Bulldogs jumped off to a lead scoring four runs in the first inning, but the stout Navigators defense held the Bulldogs in check with only two runs the rest of the game.

Following up their three runs in the first inning (led by a Bill Fairweather double and Drew Cole triple), the Navigators scored three more in the third when Murphy started the rally with a single and then Rick Finegold, Bill Fairweather, and Brian Faria also followed with singles to put the Navigators ahead for good.
 
For both games, Bill Fairweather, Brian Faria and John Mann led the Navigator offense with each getting 5 hits. Sparkling on defense, John Kealty made 2 excellent catches in right field.

Wildcats Sweep Silver Sox:

Team offense carried the day for the Wildcats with two big come from behind wins. Everyone in the line-up had at least 1 hit.

Two big 2 five run innings were key to winning the first game, with the 5 runs in the 3rd inning all coming with two outs tying the game at that point. The 3rd inning merry go round was led by Rich Bloom, Jim Leonard, John O'Rourke, Ed Wiberg, Fred Fabricant, and Rob Mitchell all reached base via a hit or walk.

In the second game it again was a five run explosion with two outs that sent the Wildcats on their way to victory. That 2 out rally was led by the lower part of the Wildcats line-up with Emory Payne, Bill Kenney, Rich Bloom, Jim Leonard, Jon O'Rourke, and Ed Wiberg all reaching base safely.

The Leading hitter for the Wildcats was Justin McGrath going 6 for 7 with Sy Ellin and Emory Payne each contributing 5 hits.

Steve Elkinson supplied the power with a big 3 run HR in the second game.

Posted: August 2, 2017

Atlantic Games - Thursday 27 July Great games; Splitsville all around.

Wildcats Split with Navigators

Two very close games with the first game one of the best best played game in the league all season with both teams making multiple superb defensive plays on well hit balls. Stout team defense won that game with the Wildcats holding the potent Navigators scoreless through the first four innings.

In this nip and tuck game, the lower part on the batting order came up big for the Wildcats in the 5TH inning with 7 of the last 8 batters in the line-up getting on base (5 hits and 2 walks) leading to 4 runs.

But the never say die Navigators came back to trail by only one run going into the 7th. Holding the Wildcats scoreless in the top, the Navigators were down to their last out when the Atlantic's oldest player, Bobby Risman got a single, turning over the line-up. Then the lead off hitter Rick Finegold singled; 1st and 3rd two outs and... the game ended with a pop up to 1st.

For the day, the Wildcats leading hitters with 4 hits each were Steve Elkinson, Sy Ellin,  and the batting order anchor Fred Fabricant who for a second straight week went a sizzling 4 for 5.

In the second game, Navigators took an early lead on a 2 run homer by Brian Faria and stretched lead to 5 runs, but the Wildcats chipped away tying the game after 6 innings 8-8.
From then on the Navigators finally erupted scoring 6 runs in the top of the 7th to win going away, 14-8.

The 7th inning offensive explosion was led by key hits from Steve Tripoli, John Kealty (big triple) John Anjos and Bill Green.

Raptors Split with Bulldogs

The Raptors faced the Bulldogs with a revitalized team. They had been struggling with the loss of rookie Rick DeMelia to injury so the addition of David Dibsick, and Larry Fegan promised to pay dividends. Also the Raptors and many other EMASS players welcomed Wally Introne back from his two year hiatus.

The first game went back and forth with Chia-Li of the Raptors and Jack Cerrato of the Bulldogs keeping the batters guessing. The first run for the Raptors came in the 2nd when Ed Laborio hit a blistering line drive to left, opening the ball for the Raptors and scoring Wally from second.

The Raptors went ahead 3-2 at the end of the inning, but the Bulldogs came back to go ahead 4-3 in the bottom of the inning and so it went until the top of the 6th when the Raptors started out with 5 straight singles and then a Richard White walk, setting the table for Fred Scerra who drove in the 5th run as Chia-Li scored from 2nd.

The game went to the bottom of the 7th with the Raptors up 3 but the Bulldogs fought back. With 2 outs they had the tying run on third and the winning run on first, but came up just short with a one-hopper to the Middle Fielder John Thurner that ended the game, Raptors ahead 13-12.

The Bulldogs were finally able to shake off their hitting woes in the 2nd Half by getting into the win column in the second game against the Raptors by a score of 14-9.

For both games Bob Dolezal played a stellar 3B, and along with Kevin Gillis at SS - turned multiple DPs with Larry McNeill at the pivot.

Bob Dolezal and Paul Flynn both had a double, triple & 5 RBI. Don Stockwood had a double & HR; and Jack Cerrato outscored brother Bill by 5 runs to 4.

Larry McNeill and Art Priver continued spraying hits between both lines; and John Darack registered a "walk-off walk" to close out a 5-run inning.

Posted: July 28, 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

ATLANTIC DIVISION PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 & TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Play-In & Regular Season Playoffs As Needed

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
No Games - Rosh Hashanah

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 & THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28
Quarterfinals

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3
Semifinals

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5
Finals

Posted: April 8, 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
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 6 2 0.750
Crankies 8 4 0.667
Enigma 6 4 0.600
Wildcats 6 4 0.600
Landslide 4 4 0.500
Raptors 4 6 0.400
Silver Sox 3 5 0.375
Thunder 3 5 0.375
Bulldogs 2 8 0.200
Recent Results
Aug 17 Enigma 16 Landslide 6
Aug 17 Landslide 11 Enigma 5
Aug 17 Thunder 17 Wildcats 11
Aug 17 Thunder 9 Wildcats 8
Aug 15 Crankies 12 Bulldogs 8
Aug 15 Crankies 11 Bulldogs 10
Aug 15 Raptors 16 Silver Sox 13
Aug 15 Silver Sox 12 Raptors 11
Aug 10 Bulldogs 17 Landslide 8
Aug 10 Landslide 13 Bulldogs 12
Aug 10 Wildcats 14 Enigma 11
Aug 10 Enigma 20 Wildcats 2
Aug 8 Navigators 14 Crankies 13
Aug 8 Crankies 13 Navigators 9
Aug 8 Raptors 16 Thunder 12
Aug 8 Raptors 16 Thunder 7
Aug 3 Enigma 14 Crankies 13
Aug 3 Crankies 15 Enigma 11
Aug 3 Landslide 15 Thunder 8
Aug 3 Landslide 12 Thunder 11
Aug 1 Navigators 14 Bulldogs 11
Aug 1 Navigators 11 Bulldogs 6
Aug 1 Wildcats 13 Silver Sox 12
Aug 1 Wildcats 11 Silver Sox 8
Jul 27 Raptors 13 Bulldogs 12
Jul 27 Bulldogs 14 Raptors 9
Jul 27 Wildcats 6 Navigators 5
Jul 27 Navigators 14 Wildcats 8
Jul 25 Crankies 8 Landslide 4
Jul 25 Crankies 13 Landslide 8
Jul 25 Enigma 13 Silver Sox 12
Jul 25 Enigma 14 Silver Sox 3
Jul 20 Silver Sox 9 Bulldogs 5
Jul 20 Silver Sox 20 Bulldogs 10
Jul 20 Navigators 17 Raptors 6
Jul 20 Navigators 20 Raptors 4
Jul 18 Wildcats 17 Crankies 10
Jul 18 Wildcats 8 Crankies 5
Jul 18 Enigma 19 Thunder 12
Jul 18 Thunder 10 Enigma 7
Jul 13 Crankies 13 Raptors 0
Jul 13 Crankies 12 Raptors 10
Jun 29 Crankies 15 Silver Sox 6
Jun 29 Crankies 14 Silver Sox 13
Jun 29 Navigators 11 Thunder 5
Jun 29 Thunder 14 Navigators 13
Jun 27 Bulldogs 18 Enigma 13
Jun 27 Enigma 12 Bulldogs 9
Jun 27 Landslide 16 Raptors 8
Jun 27 Landslide 19 Raptors 8
Jun 22 Crankies 24 Thunder 7
Jun 22 Crankies 10 Thunder 9
Jun 22 Landslide 20 Silver Sox 16
Jun 22 Landslide 13 Silver Sox 12
Jun 15 Crankies 17 Enigma 4
Jun 15 Crankies 16 Enigma 11
Jun 15 Thunder 20 Landslide 10
Jun 15 Landslide 13 Thunder 5
Jun 13 Bulldogs 20 Navigators 13
Jun 13 Bulldogs 13 Navigators 12
Jun 13 Wildcats 17 Silver Sox 10
Jun 13 Wildcats 15 Silver Sox 5
Jun 8 Landslide 13 Enigma 11
Jun 8 Landslide 9 Enigma 8
Jun 8 Thunder 12 Wildcats 8
Jun 8 Thunder 8 Wildcats 6
Jun 1 Bulldogs 17 Landslide 15
Jun 1 Bulldogs 11 Landslide 5
Jun 1 Wildcats 14 Enigma 13
Jun 1 Enigma 11 Wildcats 3
May 30 Navigators 10 Crankies 7
May 30 Crankies 19 Navigators 8
May 30 Thunder 10 Raptors 8
May 30 Thunder 19 Raptors 3
May 23 Landslide 18 Crankies 3
May 23 Landslide 11 Crankies 8
May 23 Enigma 6 Silver Sox 4
May 23 Silver Sox 10 Enigma 6
May 18 Wildcats 13 Bulldogs 9
May 18 Wildcats 9 Bulldogs 8
May 18 Raptors 9 Enigma 7
May 18 Raptors 7 Enigma 6
May 16 Navigators 20 Landslide 7
May 16 Landslide 8 Navigators 7
May 16 Silver Sox 14 Thunder 5
May 16 Silver Sox 9 Thunder 7
May 11 Wildcats 8 Crankies 3
May 11 Wildcats 11 Crankies 3
May 11 Raptors 18 Navigators 17
May 11 Raptors 13 Navigators 7
May 9 Bulldogs 11 Silver Sox 8
May 9 Bulldogs 4 Silver Sox 3
May 9 Enigma 16 Thunder 10
May 9 Enigma 13 Thunder 9
May 4 Raptors 13 Crankies 9
May 4 Crankies 11 Raptors 10
May 4 Silver Sox 14 Navigators 13
May 4 Navigators 11 Silver Sox 6


Complete Atlantic Division Results

Upcoming Games (Next 2 Weeks)
Date Away (Red) Home (Blue) Location
Aug 22 Navigators Landslide Wayland-BB Court
10:00 am
Aug 22 Thunder Silver Sox Wayland-Corner
10:00 am
Aug 24 Enigma Raptors Wayland-BB Court
10:00 am
Aug 24 Bulldogs Wildcats Wayland-Corner
10:00 am
Aug 29 Enigma Navigators Wayland-BB Court
10:00 am
Aug 29 Raptors Wildcats Wayland-Corner
10:00 am
Aug 31 Silver Sox Landslide Wayland-BB Court
10:00 am
Aug 31 Thunder Crankies Wayland-Corner
10:00 am
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