The 2nd annual TERI-NCSS Softball Event, held on Saturday October 25th in San Marcos, was a huge success! Thanks to all of our NCSS volunteers.

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



Lil Keehan, manager of Vista Way Cafe', discusses strategy with Vinnie Maiorano before their game against O-Side Painting on November 20th at Lake Park. Vinnie is finishing up his 29th year playing senior softball with NCSS!

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20TH

O-SIDE PAINTING 28 VISTA WAY CAFE' 27


This was a very close game, with both teams displaying offensive power. Going into the bottom of the 9th inning, OP trailed 27-21, but once again managed a last minute comeback win with a string of base hits, capped by Joe Gomez' single to bring the winning run in from 3rd base. Jim Biksacky led the offensive attack for OP, going 5 for 5 with 2 homers, while Fred Schippmann and Gary Soper also hit 5 for 5.

TERI 15 GOT PAIN 9

Another solid defensive game by TERI and some timely hitting resulted in a 15-9 win over GOT  PAIN. TOM WINTER- BORNE Homered for Got Pain.



Glenn Miller of Vista Way Cafe' hits against O-Side Painting during a game at Lake Park on November 20th.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20TH

LIFELINE 20 CARLSBAD INN 14


Lifeline's batting came alive today. Dan Tzucanow, Jerry Galiley and Bob Hunter were 4 for 5. Rich Keefer was 4 for 4. Hugh O'Neill smashed a triple and John Cellini and Ed Cameron belted homeruns. Ron Langley hit a ball in right center that brought a runner on first base home.

ROOKIES 29 HARBOR HOUSE 17

The big bats came out early and often as ROOKIES scored 29 runs in just seven innings. Five different players hit at least one home run but the defense was shaky enough to keep the game close until ROOKIES finally pulled away to cap their thirtieth victory of the second season. The team obviously took seriously manager NELSON ELMORE's threat to fine anybody that caught a ball or made a halfway decent throw. DAVID CAMP, subbing for BOB FELL-down, who was moved to the DL after re-injuring his shoulder after a bellyflop rounding third, filled in splendidly and spent most of the game flailing around on the turf between first and second.


THE DRAFT-bye


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