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.

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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
JACK ESTES TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
TERI 18 ROOKIES 15
DECEMBER 11, 2014

SEE PHOTOS OF THE GAME ON YOUTUBE AT:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K36i0ZJLT1Q



Marty Fenlon of O-Side Painting crosses the plate with a home run in a game against The Draft at Calavera Park on January 29th. Draft catcher Bobby Stewart wonders when he might get a throw from the outfield.

THURSDAY JANUARY 29TH

O-SIDE PAINTING 31 THE DRAFT 27

Looking for a defensive gem? This  game was not it, as the bumpy outfield at Calavera 2 wreaked havoc on fielders from both teams in a wild, high scoring game that ran until 12:40 pm. The Draft roared back from an 18-7 deficit to tie it up at 18-18 in the 6th inning, then actually had a 23-21 lead after 7. But 5 run 8th and 9th innings put the game away for O-Side Painting.

LIFELINE 18 VISTA WAY CAFE' 10

Outstanding pitching by Les Beccue and solid defense were the keys to Lifeline's win over Vista Way's awesome hitting. The two ends of the infield particularly shined; Dan Tzucanow and Tony Ruffolo at first fielded several grounders for outs. On one occasion, Tony fielded a grounder and raced Vern Blough to first that resulted in an out. Mike Seidel's golden glove stopped everything that came his way and made several outs. Mary Gallucci made another great catch in the outfield. Wally Wallace covered a lot of ground to catch several fly balls. Lifeline's hitting was solid but Mike Seidel was the only one to have a perfect day: 4 for 4.


VWC  Jack London and Vern Blough both hit homeruns in the 3
rd inning. VWC defense had two double plays, but couldn’t catch up with Lifeline. 



Steve Newberg of The Draft takes a throw from Dave Ash to force Mike Sullivan of O-Side Painting at 2nd base during a game at Calavera Park on January 29th.

THURSDAY JANUARY 29TH

TERI 21 HARBOR HOUSE 12

A first inning home run by Steve Faust got TERI off and running. TERI had to overcome some early poor fielding to steady the ship, but the later innings belonged to TERI who coasted to a 10 run lead by the 8th, which invoked the Mario rule and Harbor House scored one run in the ninth to lose by 9,  21-12.

GOT PAIN 23 CARLSBAD INN 14

Got Pain @ Carlsbad Inn at Lake saw GP recover from a totally stink-O Tuesday game, 13 for 39, .333 OBP with 4 players O-fer, 4 1-fer and only 4 with multi hits to this game with 37/59, .627 OBP and only 2 players not having multi hits led by Dave Erwine, 5/5 1 HR, Jon Quinn, Bill Witte and Superman Dick Wood, 2 HR and a triple, all 4/5. A fairly close game through 8 with GP up 18-11 till GP put up 5 and held CI to 3 runs and a 23-14 win for GP.

ROOKIES-BYE

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