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2005 Results

D&E Men's Invitational
Petoskey, Michigan
Friday-Sunday, June 3-5, 2005

The completed bracket and results are available here.

Order of Finish:
1. Detroit CMB – Detroit – 5-1 (Champion team picture)
2. Little Traverse Lawn Care – Petoskey – 3-2
3. Cheboygan Merchants – Cheboygan – 3-2
4. Priority Mortgage – Grand Rapids – 2-2
5. JNC Electric – Ellsworth – 1-2
5. Mayan Agency – Merrill – 1-2
7. Protective Coating – Coldwater – 0-2
7. BC Pizza – Petoskey – 0-2

Individual Awards: (group picture)
Outstanding Pitcher – Steve Miracle – Detroit CMB (3 wins, 0 losses)
Outstanding Hitter – JD Arman – Little Traverse Lawn Care (.615 batting avg, 7 RBI's)
Outstanding Infielder – Randy Wheelock – Cheboygan Merchants (.611 batting avg.)
Outstanding Outfielder – Walt Fahoome – Detroit CMB (.400 batting avg., 3 HR's, 8 RBI's)

Game Results:
Game 1:
  Cheboygan Merchants – 23 (25 hits) over BC Pizza – 6 (11 hits)
WP – Earl Wright (4 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Francis Hiar (1 K, 2 BB’s)
Cheboygan – Randy Wheelock had 5 hits with 2 homeruns, Dave Wright had 4 hits, Tom Tryban 3 hits with a homerun, Mike Barber had 3 hits, 2 hits with a homerun for Earl Wright and Tracey Woiderski, Brian Hancock had 2 hits, Stu Hancock and Jason McGovern added one hit each.
BC Pizza – Scott Cischke had 3 hits, Eric Fettig 2 hits with a homerun, Aaron Ormsbee and Dan Glaser each had 2 hits, Claire Waterson and Cole Krussell added singles.
Notes: Cheboygan scored 14 runs in the top of the 7th inning on 9 hits – all with 2 outs.

Game 2:  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 14 (11 hits) over Priority Mortgage – 6 (10 hits)
WP – Steve Hamlin (7 K’s, 2 BB’s) with Dustin Doyle (2/3 IP), LP – Darrin VanderArk (5 IP, 8 R’s, 7 H’s, 5 K’s, 3 BB’s) with Paul Hendriksma (2 IP, 6 R’s)
Little Traverse Lawn Care – Kolby Andrews had 2 homeruns, Mark Smith and Jaime Barkley each had 2 hits, singles by Jarrod Dohm, Scott Lepird, JD Armon, Adam Dustin and Rick Matelski
Priority Mortgage – Darrin VanderArk had 2 hits with a homerun, Matt Barr and Brent Barr each had 2 hits, singles by Brian Mariner, Todd Bailey, Scott Bailey and Ernie Koonce.
Notes:  Little Traverse scored 6 runs in the top of the 7th inning to add to their 8-6 lead.

Game 3:  JNC Electric – 10 (9 hits) over Mayan Agency – 7 (3 hits)
WP – Corey Essenberg (9 K’s, 4 BB’s, 4 HBP’s), LP – Randy Wade (5 K’s, 3 BB’s) with Jeff Buckley in relief (1 IP, 2 K’s, 3 BB’s)
JNC Electric – Corey Essenberg had 2 hits with a homerun, Rob Boss and Al Stallard had 2 hits each, Heith Neir, Ryan Fisher and Todd Hasse each added singles.
Mayan Agency – Jim DeBeau had 2 hits and Joel Buckley doubled.

Game 4:  Detroit CMB – 10 (12 hits) over Protective Coating – 2 (7 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Steve Miracle (4 K’s, 1 BB) with Jason Parker (2/3 IP) in relief, LP – Clint Deal (3 K’s, 1 BB)
Detroit CMB – AJ Johnson had 3 hits with a homerun, Shawn Hubbard, Walt Fahoome and Dale Fahoome each added 2 hits, Sam Lilly, Terry Hall and Lamonte West singled.
Protective Coating – Dave Roderick and Mike Brown each had 2 hits, Kris Summey, Clint Deal and Josiah Kleinhaus added singles.

Game 5:  Priority Mortgage – 14 (16 hits) over BC Pizza – 13 (17 hits)
WP – Darrin VanderArk (2 1/3 IP) in relief of Paul Hendricksma (4 2/3 IP), LP – Francis Hiar (1 1/3 IP) in relief of Bud Ormsbee (5 2/3 IP)
Priority Mortgage – Darrin VanderArk had 2 hits with a homerun, Jeff VanNoord, Matt Barr, Ernie Koonce and Nate Tap each had 2 hits, Brian Mariner and Brad Williams doubled, and singles by Jeff Mariner, Todd Bailey and Brent Barr.
BC Pizza – Aaron Ormsbee was 5 for 5, Jim Kopka and Cole Kruzell each had 3 hits, doubles by Scott Cischke and Tom Vargo, singles by Dan Glaser, Eric Fettig, Richard Fosmore and Francis Hiar.
Notes:  Priority scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to win.  Aaron Ormsbee 5 hits for BC Pizza.

Game 6:  Mayan Agency – 11 (11 hits) over Protective Coating – 2 (5 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Jeff Buckley (2 K’s, 4 BB’s), LP – Tommy Voneitzen (5 K’s, 1 BB) with Clint Deal in 2/3 innings of relief.
Mayan Agency – Tony Monk had 3 hits with a homerun, Joel Buckley and Jason Woelke each had 2 hits with a triple, Jim DeBeau had 2 hits, and singles by Bill DeBeau and Jason Buckley.
Protective Coating – Kris Summey had 2 hits, singles by Jeff Thompson, Michael Brown and Jamie Rodriguez.

Game 7:  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 11 (11 hits) over Cheboygan Merchants – 2 (7 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Doyle Dustin (4 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Stu Hancock (5 K’s, 5 BB’s)
LTLC – Jaime Barkley had a homerun and double, JD Arman hit a grand slam homerun, Todd Flynn, Jarrod Dohm and Jared Clark each had 2 hits and Kolby Andrews and Dan Phillips each singled.
Cheboygan – Randy Wheelock tripled, singles by Tom Trybon, Matt Skiera, Stu Hancock, Brian Hancock, Tracy Woiderski and Jason McGovern.

Game 8:  Detroit CMB – 8 (3 hits) over JNC Electric – 6 (6 hits)
WP – Jason Parker (1 1/3 IP, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s, 0 R’s) in relief of Jeff Ward (5 1/3 IP, 6 K’s, 5 BB’s), LP – Ray Argetsinger (4 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Detroit CMB – Anthony Johnson hit a 2 run homerun in the bottom of the 7th inning to break a 6-6 tie and end the game, Sam Lilly singled in the first and Terry Hall singled in the 3rd inning for the other CMB hits.
JNC – Corey Essenberg had 2 hits with a triple, singles by Mike Evans, Al Stallard, Rob Boss and Denzel Wilson.
Notes:  Anthony Johnson’s walk off homerun in the bottom of the 7th inning brought a dramatic finish to a game where Ray Argetsinger from JNC threw a 3 hitter.

Game 9:  Cheboygan Merchants – 10 (12 hits) over Mayan Agency – 5 (6 hits)
WP – Clayton McGovern (3 IP, 1 R, 7 K’s, 3 BB’s) in relief of Stuart Hancock (4 IP, 4 R, 2 K, 2BB), LP – Jeff Buckley (3 IP, 4 R, 3 K’s, 2 BB’s) in relief of Randy Wade (4 IP, 6 R, 2 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Cheboygan – Mike Barber and Stuart Hancock each had 3 hits, Tom Trybon had 2 hits with a homerun, Randy Wheelock 2 hits with a triple, Jason McGovern homered and George Wheelock singled.
Mayan – Chad Klopf had a homerun and double, Jim DeBeau had a triple and double, John Streeter and Bill DeBeau singled.
Notes:  Clayton McGovern came out of retirement of the past 4 years that saw him inducted into the MASA Hall of Fame in 2004.

Game 10:  Priority Mortgage – 3 (5 hits) over JNC Electric – 2 (0 hits)
WP – Darren VanderArk (0 hits, 8 K’s, 7 BB’s), LP – Corey Essenberg (5 IP, 4 H’s, 3 R’s, 10 K’s, 1 BB) with relief from Ray Argetsinger (2 IP, 1 H, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s)
Priority – Matt Barr had 2 hits, Jeff Mariner, Darren VanderArk and Daryl Kooiker added singles.
Notes:    This was Darren VanderArk’s first career no-hitter.  JNC left runners at 2nd and 3rd in the 1st inning, runner at 3rd in the 3rd inning and 6th inning, scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning with 2 outs and the game ended with runners on 2nd and 3rd base.

Game 11:  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 11 (13 hits) over Detroit CMB – 7 (9 hits)
WP – Steve Hamlin (7 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Jason Parker (5 IP, 5 R’s, 8 K’s, 2 BB’s) in relief of Jeff Ward (2 IP, 6 R’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s)
LTLC – Jaime Barkley had 4 hits with a homerun and a double, Rick Matelski had 3 hits with a homerun, Mark Smith and Todd Flynn each had 2 hits, Jarod Dohm doubled and JD Arman singled.
Detroit CMB – Hank Wallace and Walt Fahoome each had 2 hits, singles by Shawn Hubbard, Anthony Johnson, Larry Wallace, Gerald Figures and Dale Fahoome.
Notes:  One hour and 15 minute rain delay after 4 ½ innings played due to a thunderstorm moving through the area.  Detroit scored 5 runs in the bottom of the 6th to avoid a mercy and then added one in the 7th.

Game 12:  Cheboygan Merchants – 13 (12 hits) over Priority Mortgage – 5 (10 hits)
WP – Earl Wright (0 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Paul Hendricksma (6 IP, 11 R, 10 hits, 7 K’s, 4 BB’s) with Darren VanderArk in relief (1 IP, 2 R’s, 0 K, 2 BB’s)
Cheboygan – Tom Tryban had 3 hits with a double, Mike Barber had 2 doubles, Randy Wheelock and Matt Skiera each had 2 hits, Brian Hancock doubled, and Stu Hancock and Jason McGovern singled.
Priority – Matt Barr had 3 hits, Jeff Mariner had 2 hits with a double, singles by Darrin VanderArk, Todd Bailey, Brent Barr, Daryl Kooiker and Ernie Koonce.

Game 13:  Detroit CMB – 10 (12 hits) over Cheboygan Merchants – 7 (7 hits)
WP – Jason Parker (3 IP, 1 R, 3 K’s, 1 BB) in relief of Steve Miracle (4 IP, 6 R’s, 7 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Earl Wright (2 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Detroit CMB – Hank Wallace and Dale Fahoome each had 3 hits, Anthony Johnson homered, Shawn Hubbard doubled and there were singles by Sam Lilly, Walt Fahoome, Lamont West and Terry Hall.
Cheboygan – Tom Tryban had 3 hits with 2 homeruns, Mike Barber doubled and singles by Randy Wheelock, Stu Hancock and Jason McGovern.

Game 14 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Detroit CMB – 4 (10 hits) over Little Traverse Lawn Care – 2 (7 hits)
WP – Steve Miracle (3 2/3 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 1 K, 1 BB) in relief of Jason Parker (3 1/3 IP, 2 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s), LP – Doyle Dustin (5 IP, 4 R’s, 9 H’s, 5 K’s, 0 BB’s) with Steve Hamlin in relief (1 IP, 0 R’s, 1 H, 0 K’s, 1 BB)
Detroit CMB – Hank Wallace had 3 hits, Anthony Johnson tripled and doubled, Walt Fahoome homered, Larry Wallace and Terry Hall doubled.
LTLC – Todd Flynn had 3 hits, JD Arman had 2 hits including a double for 2 RBI’s in the 4th inning to tie the game, singles by Scott Lepird and Rick Matelski.
Notes:  Detroit scored the game winner on a solo homerun in the top of the bottom of the 6th inning and then added another run for a 4-2 lead to push the tournament to the “if” game.

Game 15 (IF GAME):  Detroit CMB – 16 (19 hits) over Little Traverse Lawn Care – 10 (14 hits)
WP – Steve Miracle in relief of Jason Parker, LP – Doyle Dustin in relief of Steve Hamlin, Rick Matelski and Adam Dustin also pitched during the game.
Detroit CMB – Anthony Johnson had 4 hits with a double, Walt Fahoome hit 2 homeruns, Dale Fahoome had 2 hits with a triple, Larry Wallace and Shawn Hubbard had 2 hits with doubles, Gerald Figures had 2 hits and Terry Hall added a single.
LTLC – JD Arman and Kolby Andrews each had 3 hits with a homerun, Adam Dustin had 3 hits, Jarrod Dohm had 2 hits and singles by Jaime Barkley, Jared Clark and Rick Matelski.
Notes:  Detroit CMB took a 9-2 lead after the 1st inning, LTLC came back and tied the game in the 3rd inning and then Detroit broke the tie in the bottom of the 4th for the win.

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B & C Men's - Ken Zulski
Memorial Invitational
Petoskey, Michigan
Friday-Sunday, June 17-19, 2005

Final results & bracket.

Order of Finish:
1. Munger Bulldogs – Munger – 4-0 (click here for team photo)  (click here for champion award presented by Mr. Zulski)
2. Tiffany’s – Frankenmuth – 4-2 (click here for runner-up award presented by Mr. Zulski)
3. M46ers – Hemlock – 2-2
4. Buist Electric – Byron Center – 2-2
5. CommuniQuest – Midland – 1-2
5. Trophy Case – Petoskey – 1-2
7. Eikenhout – Zeeland – 0-2
7. Roofs of the North – Roscommon – 0-2

Individual Awards:  (click here for individual awards presented by Ken Zulski's father)
Outstanding Pitcher – Pete Loachridge, Tiffany’s – 4-1 record, 36 1/3 IP, 15 R’s, 24 H’s, 45 K’s, 10 BB’s
Outstanding Hitter – Ken Benson, Munger – .778 avg
Outstanding Infielder – Steve Robert, Munger - .600 avg
Outstanding Outfielder - Jeff Vandermaas, Buist Electric - .438 avg, 11 RBI's, 4 HR's

Game Results:

Game 1:  Trophy Case – 9 (6 hits) over Roofs of the North – 4 (4 hits)
WP – Bill Yoder (6 K’s, 7 BB’s ), LP – Rob Callimer (7 K’s, 6 BB’s )
Trophy Case – Mike Piehl had a homerun and a single with 4 RBI’s, Matt Hall homered, Scott Kelly, Tracy Piehl and Chris Weston singled.
Roofs of the North – Tim Ballard had 2 hits, Jon Luiacano and Guy Thurston Jr. each had singles.

Game 2:  M-46ers – 5 (7 hits) over Tiffany’s – 3 (8 hits)
WP – Bob Wieler (10 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Jeff Pettit (5 R’s, 7 H’s, 4 K’s, 0 BB’s ) with Pete Loachridge in 2 2/3 innings relief (0 R’s, 0 H’s, 8 K’s, 0 BB’s)
M-46ers – Jim Murphy had 2 homeruns with 4 RBI’s, Juston Davenport hit a homerun, Terry Beougher had 2 hits, Keith Green doubled and Keith Davenport singled.
Tiffany’s – Jeff Pettit had 3 hits, Dale Doughty, Gary Thompson, Terry Hopp, Mike Meinecke and Brett Szagesh each had singles.

Game 3:  Munger Bulldogs – 5 (7 hits) over Buist Electric – 2 (6 hits)
WP – Greg Wright (2 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Ed Huisman (2 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Munger – Pete Volk had 3 hits, Steve Roberts had a homerun and a double, Ken Benson and Chad Kowalski singled.
Buist – Bruce Dykstra had 2 hits, John Oetman homered, Paul Ellenbaum doubled, Greg Cook and Rick Venneman singled.

Game 4:  CommuniQuest – 8 (9 hits) over Eikenhout – 0 (3 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Shane Wilson (8 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Ken VanKoevering (1 K, 1 BB)
CommuniQuest – Mike Hoon had 2 hits with a homerun, Ken Haut had 2 hits, David O’Keefe had a grand slam homerun, Darren Haut, Gregg Sauve, Nick Phillips and Robin Allen singled.
Eikenhout – Jeff Feddera, Chris Losee and Kevin Corcoran singled.

Game 5:  Tiffany’s – 4 (7 hits) over Roofs of the North – 1 (2 hits)
WP – Pete Loachridge (9 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Rob Collimar (2 K’s, 8 BB’s)
Tiffany’s – Rich Katherns and Brad Gnatkowski each had 2 hits, Jeff Pettit, Brett Szagesh and Rusty Whalton each had singles.
Roofs of the North – Eric Brandt and Jon Luiacano each had singles.

Game 6:  Buist Electric – 15 (14 hits) over Eikenhout – 3 (6 hits)
WP – Bill Vaneerden (0 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Dale Prins (2 IP, 11 R’s, 10 H’s, 2 K’s, 1 BB) with relief from Ken VanKuvering (3 IP, 4 R’s, 3 H’s, 2 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Buist – Randy Venneman had 3 hits with a double, Jeff Vandermaas had 2 homeruns, Bruce Dykstra homered, Ben Piebenga doubled, Ryan Wolthuis, John Oetman and Rick Venneman singled.
Eikenhout – Chris Losee homered, singles by Jeff Feddema, Brad Dykens, Rob Bobeldykens, Kevin Corcoran and Nate Blom.

Game 7:  M-46ers – 10 (11 hits) over Trophy Case – 9 (13 hits)
WP – Bob Weiler (2 2/3 IP, 2 R’s, 5 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB’s) in relief of Jerry Dankert (4 1/3 IP, 7 R’s, 8 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Bill Yoder (5 K’s, 7 BB’s)
M-46ers – Jim Murphy had a triple and double, Terry Beougher had 2 hits with a homerun, Jason Lajoice had a double and single, Juston Davenport homered, Keith Davenport doubled, Jeremy Doan singled and Keith Green had the game winning single in the bottom of the 7th to score Jason Lajoice who had led off the inning with a double.
Trophy Case – Scott Kelly had 2 homeruns and a single, Ed Smith had 3 hits, Matt Hall homered and singled, Bill Alward homered, Mike Piehl, Tracy Piehl, Chris Weston and Bryce Weston singled.
Notes:  In the top of the 5th inning, Trophy Case was behind 7-3 when Matt Hall, Scott Kelly and Bill Alward hit consecutive homeruns to tie the game.  In the bottom of the 6th, Terry Beougher from M-46ers hit a 2 run homerun to take a 9-7 lead.  In the top of the 7th with 2 outs, Trophy Case had 3 consecutive singles to load the bases and then scored 2 runs on a dropped infield pop up to tie the game.  In the bottom of the 7th, Jason Lajoice led off with a double and scored the game winner on a single by Keith Green.

Game 8:  Munger – 6 (12 hits) over CommuniQuest – 0 (1 hit)
WP – Jeff Hoover (10 K’s, 3 BB’s – 1 HIT), LP – Shane Wilson (6 K’s, 1 BB)
Munger – Ken Benson had 3 hits with a homerun, Tom Tryban had 3 hits, Steve Roberts had 2 hits, Brent Lynch homered, Jeff Hoover doubled, Mike Gohsman and Chad Kowalski singled.
CommuniQuest – Mike Hoon had a single in the 5th inning.
Notes:  Jeff Hoover threw a one hitter with only 5 batters reaching base, one runner reached second base in the 2nd due to 2 walks.

Game 9:  Buist Electric – 12 (11 hits) over Trophy Case – 4 (5 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Ed Huisman (3 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 4 K’s, 2 BB’s) with Bill VanEerden in relief (2 IP, 2 R’s, 2 H’s, 4 K’s, 1 BB)
Buist – Jeff VanderMaas had 4 hits with 2 homeruns, Bruce Dykstra and Rick Venneman had 2 hits, Ryan Wolthuis, John Oetman and Greg Cook had singles.
Trophy Case – Brad Hasse had 2 hits with 3 RBI’s, Matt Hall homered, Scott Kelly doubled and Mike Piehl singled.

Game 10:  Tiffany’s – 6 (9 hits) over CommuniQuest – 5 (6 hits) in 9 innings
WP – Pete Loachridge (10 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Shane Wilson (10 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Tiffany’s – Dale Doughty had 3 hits with a homerun, Rich Katherns had 2 hits with a triple, Gary Thompson had 2 hits, Jeff Pettit and Drew Collison singled.
CommuniQuest – Timm Richardson tripled, Steve O’Keefe doubled, singles by Mike Hoon, Darren Haut, David O’Keefe and Robin Allen.
Notes:  Tiffany’s trailed 4-1 after 4 ½ innings, scored 2 in the bottom of the 5th to make it 4-3 and then with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th inning, Dale Doughty homered to tie the game and send it into extra innings with the international tie breaker beginning in the 8th inning.  Each team scored one in the 8th, CommuniQuest failed to score in the top of the 9th, Tiffany’s sacrificed the runner to 3rd base and with one out, they walked the bases full to get the force out at home.  Rich Katherns hit a fly ball into the outfield that was deep enough for the sacrifice; however it was dropped in an attempt to throw to home and the winning run scored.

Game 11 (Winner Bracket Final):  Munger Bulldogs – 5 (10 hits) over M46ers – 2 (5 hits)
WP – Brent Lynch (6 K’s, 5 BB’s), LP – Bob Weiler (6 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Munger – Pete Volk had 2 hits, Brent Lynch homered, Adam Brechtelbauer doubled, singles by Mike Gohsman, Jeff Hoover, Steve Roberts, Chad Kowalski, Tom Tryban and Troy Lynch.
M46ers – Jim Murphy tripled, singles by Sam Davenport, Jeremy Doan, Juston Davenport and Jason Lajoice.
Notes:  Munger tied the game at 2 with a Pete Volk single in the 6th inning and then scored 3 in the top of the 7th with the help of 3 M46ers errors for the win.

Game 12:  Tiffany’s – 2 (5 hits) over Buist Electric – 1 (5 hits)
WP – Pete Loachridge (14 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Ed Huisman (5 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Tiffany’s – Rich Katherns had 2 hits, Dale Doughty, Brad Gnatkowski and Brett Szagesh singled.
Buist Electric – Singles by Jeff Vanermaas, Paul Elenbaum, John Oetman, Randy Venneman and Ben Piebenga.

Game 13:  Tiffany’s – 2 (5 hits) over M46ers – 1 (4 hits)
WP – Pete Loachridge (9 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Bob Weiler (1 1/3 IP, 1 R, 2 H’s, 0 K’s, 2 BB’s) in relief of Jerry Dankert (4 2/3 IP, 1 R, 4 H’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s)
Tiffany’s – Jeff Pettit homered in the 2nd inning, Dale Doughty and Brad Gnatkowski doubled, singles by Rich Katherns and Gary Thompson.
M46ers – Juston Davenport had a double and a single, Sam Davenport and Keith Davenport each singled.
Notes:  Rich Katherns hit in the game winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning.

Game 14 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Munger – 9 (9 hits) over Tiffany’s – 0 (3 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Jeff Hoover (5 K’s, 1 BB’s), LP – Pete Loachridge (4 IP, 6 R’s, 7 H’s, 4 K’s, 2 BB’s) with Jeff Pettit in relief (1 IP, 3 R’s, 2 H’s, 3 K’s, 1 BB)
Munger – Ken Benson had 3 hits with a homerun, Jeff Hoover and Tom Tryban each had doubles and singles, Chad Kowalski doubled and Steve Roberts singled.

Tiffany’s – Jeff Pettit, Gary Thompson and Terry Hopp singled.

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A, B & C Women's - Mary Lou
Ingalls Memorial Invitational
Petoskey, Michigan
Friday-Sunday, June 24-26, 2005

Completed bracket and final results.

Order of Finish:
1. Taylor Door – Ypsilanti – 6-1 (team photo)
2. KAM / Hooters – Kalamazoo – 3-2
3. Blue Dogs – Port Huron – 2-2
4. Lady Explorers – Midland – 2-2
5. Bergie’s Bashers – Mt. Pleasant – 1-2
5. Victories Casino – Petoskey – 1-2
7. Lady Lakers – Ludington – 0-2
7. Petoskey Predators – Petoskey – 0-2

Individual Awards: (award winner group photo)
Outstanding Pitcher – Kristin Bultinck from Taylor Door (4 W’s, 1 L, 1 Save, 35 IP, 9 R’s, 18 H’s, 18 K’s, 11 BB’s)
Outstanding Hitter – Jessica Beech from KAM - .526 avg
Outstanding Infielder – Katie Shea from Taylor Door - .500 avg
Outstanding Outfielder – Karen Hohs from KAM - .400 avg

Game Results:

Game 1:  Victories Casino – 3 (6 hits) over Petoskey Predators – 1 ( 2 hits)
WP – Lisa Shepard (13 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Megan Dill (4 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Victories – Lauren Phelan had 2 hits, singles by Meg Kitson, Pam Hodge, Liz Grunch and Amanda Eaton.
Predators – Singles by Sue Gasco and Ashley Stewart.

Game 2:  KAM – 6 (13 hits) over Bergie’s Bashers – 4 (8 hits) in 8 innings
WP – Jessica Beech ( 2 2/3 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s) in relief of Tricia Vanderslik (5 1/3 IP, 4 R’s, 7 H’s, 3 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Carrie Wilks (1 1/3 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 0 K’s, 0 BB’s) in relief of Jenny Mackson (6 2/3 IP, 4 R’s, 10 H’s, 9 K’s, 1 BB)
KAM – Melissa Brink had 3 hits, Jessica Beech, Katie Grens, Becky Marx and Tricia Vanderslik each had 2 hits, singles by Niki Needham and Katie Horuath.
Bergie’s Bashers – Kim Biskup had 2 doubles, Brooke Hall had 2 hits, Jess Jaroniewski, Allison McKibbin, Denise Ireton and Julie Wieczorek each singled.

Game 3:  Blue Dogs – 8 (11 hits) over Taylor Door – 7 (11 hits)
WP – Stacy Barber-Walker (3 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 3 K’s, 2 BB) in relief of Kelly Kermode (4 IP, 7 R’s, 9 H’s, 2 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Kristin Bultinck (5 IP, 3 R’s, 6 H’s, 4 K’s, 2 BB’s) with 1 inning of relief during the 5th inning from Mo Otterbacher (1 IP, 5 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K, 0 BB’s), Bultinck re-entered to pitch the 7th inning.
Blue Dogs – Steph Matthews had 3 hits, Stacey Barber-Walker had a double and single, Kelly Kermode had 2 hits, singles by Barb Spiegelberg, Bonnie Spiegelberg, Kelly Sadowski and Jen Walker.
Taylor Door – Erin Handlon had 3 hits, Randi Wolfe and Jessie Milosek had 2 hits, Michelle Teschler tripled, Kristen Zabalovicious doubled, singles by Robin Golden and Izzie Elsner.
Notes:  The Blue Dogs were down 7-0 and in jeopardy of being mercied when they rallied back to tie the game at 7 in the bottom of the 5th inning.  The scored one in the bottom of the 6th to take an 8-7 lead and held off Taylor Doors who loaded the bases in the top of the 7th before getting the final out.

Game 4:  Midland Explorers – 5 (9 hits) over Ludington Lady Lakers – 3 (8 hits)
WP – Steph Smith (4 1/3 IP, 3 R’s, 6 H’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s) with relief from Krysten Schumaker (2 2/3 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 3 K’s, 3 BB’s), LP – Autumn Palik (6 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Explorers – Jacque Benedict had 2 doubles, Brittany Decker had a triple and single, Mary McCloskey had 2 hits, Amanda Gelder, Korey Schulkbier and Julie Rutkowski had singles.
Lakers – Kristy Francis had a triple and single, Mandy Trevino had 2 hits, singles by Stacey Stowe, Erin Swiatlowski, Kyle Erickson and Jenny Lauterbach.

Game 5:  Bergie’s Bashers – 17 (11 hits) over Petoskey Predators – 1 (2 hits)
WP – Carrie Wilks (6 K’s, 3 BB’s), LP – Ashley Stewart with relief from Megan Dill and Mindy Tobias (totals – 0 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Bergie’s – Brooke Hall had 3 hits including a triple with 5 RBI’s, Denise Ireton had a triple and single with 4 RBI’s, Jess Jaroniewski and Kim Biskup had 2 hits and Allison McKibbon singled.
Predators – Singles by Heidi Sackett and Sarah Blake.

Game 6:  Taylor Door – 1 (7 hits) over Lady Lakers – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Krista Bultinck (8 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Stephanie Morang (3 K’s, 0 BB’s)
Taylor Door – Robyn Golden had 3 hits including a triple, Randi Wolfe had 2 hits, Erin Hanlon and Katie Shea singled.
Lady Lakers – Singles by Stacey Stowe and Kim Inman.
Notes:  Taylor Door scored one run in the top of the first with 2 outs when Robyn Golden singled in Randi Wolfe who had reached base on a single and advanced to second on a ground out.

Game 7:  KAM – 13 (16 hits) over Victories – 5 (4 hits)
WP – Kelly Tomczak (8 K’s, 4 BB’s), LP – Lisa Shepard (2 2/3 IP, 9 R’s, 12 H’s, 2 K’s, 1 BB) with relief from Elaine Redmond (3 1/3 IP, 4 R’s, 4 H’s, 0 K, 2 BB’s)
KAM – Jessica Beech and Ashley Strauss each had 4 hits with a double, Karen Hohs and Melissa Brink each had 2 hits, Katie Grens doubled and singles by Becky Marx, Tricia Vanderslik and Katie Horvath.
Victories – Ellie Neidhamer doubled, singles by Pam Hodge, Amanda Eaton and Elaine Redmond.

Game 8:  Blue Dogs – 2 (6 hits) over Lady Explorers – 1 (8 hits)
WP – Casie Parker (1 K, 1 BB), LP – Nicole McMillan (2 K’s, 0 BB)
Blue Dogs – Stacey Barber-Walker had 3 hits with a double, Kelly Kermode, Barb Speiglberg and Kelly Sadowski had singles.
Explorers – Korey Schluckbier had 2 hits with a double, Lauren Clark had 2 hits, singles by Mary McCloskey, Brittany Decker, Jaymie Voss and Julie Rutkowski.
Notes:  Each team scored a single run in the 4th and go into the bottom of the 7th tied at 1.  Kelly Kermode led off the bottom of the 7th inning with a single, advanced to second on Cindy Moore’s sacrifice, went to 3rd on a single by Kelly Sadowski who stole second on the next pitch to put runners at 2nd and 3rd with one out.  Laura Jones hit a ground ball to shortstop who attempted to get the out at home but was too late on a close play.  Blue Dogs win their 2nd late inning win of the tournament to join KAM in the winner bracket final.

Game 9:  Taylor Door – 4 (10 hits) over Victories – 3 (7 hits) in 8 innings
WP – Kristen Zabalaviscious (2 K’s, 2 BB’s) with Kristen Bultink in 2/3 IP relief in the 8th, LP – Lisa Shepard (5 K’s, 0 BB’s)
Taylor Door – 3 hits by Katie Shea, 2 hits each by Beth Striffler and Liz Elsner, singles by Randi Wolfe, Robyn Golden and Michelle Teschler.
Victories – Liz Grunch had 2 hits, Lauren Phelan tripled, Pam Hodge doubled, singles by Meg Kitson, Rhonda Buchanan and Katelyn Simon.
Notes:  Score was tied 1-1 after 7 innings and then used the international tie breaker in the 8th inning.  Taylor Door  scored 3 in the top of the 8th and Victories scored 2 in their half of the 8th inning.

Game 10:  Lady Explorers – 4 (6 hits) over Bergie’s Bashers – 0 (4 hits)
WP – Korey Schluckbier (1 K, 2 BB’s), LP – Jenny Mackson (5 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Lady Explorers – Jacque Benedict had 3 hits with a double and 2 RBI’s, Korey Schluckbier had a single with 2 RBI’s, singles by Brittany Decker and Lauren Clark.
Bergie’s Bashers – Kim Biskup had a double, singles by Jess Jaroniewski, Kerri Jonas and Julie Wieczorek.

Game 11 (Winner Bracket Final):  KAM – 7 (10 hits) over Blue Dogs – 0 (6 hits)
WP – Allison Crews (5 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Stacey Barber-Walker (2 K’s, 1 BB)
KAM – Becky Marx had 2 hits with an out of the park homerun, Karen Hohs and Ashley Strauss had 2 hits, Jessica Beech tripled, Katie Grens, Molly McKinney and Katie Horvath each added singles.
Blue Dogs – Kelly Kermode had 2 hits, singles by Barb Spielberg, Kelly Sadowski, Laura Jones and Jen Walker.
Notes:  Becky Marx out of the park homerun is only the 4th hit during a tournament game in the 35+ year history of women’s tournaments at Ed White Field

Game 12:  Taylor Door – 3 (9 hits) over Lady Explorers – 2 (3 hits)
WP – Kristen Bultinck (1 K, 2 BB’s), LP – Steph Smith (3 IP, 3 R’s, 7 H’s, 1 K, 0 BB) with relief from Christen Shumaker (3 IP, 0 R, 3 H’s, 1 K, 0 BB)
Taylor Door – Michelle Teschler had 2 hits with a triple, Jessie Milosek had 2 hits, Beth Striffler had 2 hits, Robyn Golden had a single with 2 RBI’s, Randi Wolfe and Erin Hanlon each singled.
Lady Explorers – Britney Decker had a double, Jacque Benedict and Korey Schluckbier each singled.

Game 13:  Taylor Door – 8 (15 hits) over Blue Dogs – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Marla Otterbacher (0 K, 0 BB), LP – Casie Parker (4 IP, 6 R’s, 11 H’s, 0 K, 1 BB) with relief from Kelly Kermode (2 IP, 2 R’s, 4 H’s, 1 K, 0 BB)
Taylor Door – Katie Shea had 4 hits, Beth Striffler, Erin Hanlon and Kristen Zabalaviscious each had 2 hits, Robyn Golden doubled, Michelle Teschler, Jessie Milosek and Liz Elsner singled.
Blue Dogs – Singles by Cindy Moore and Sara Schultz-Mullins.

Game 14 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Taylor Door – 8 (13 hits) over KAM – 6 (11 hits)
WP – Kristin Bultinck (3 K’s, 4 BB’s) with Marla Otterbacher in 2/3 innings of relief in 5th inning before returning to ball game, LP – Allison Crews (2 2/3 IP, 7 R’s, 9 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB) with Kelly Tomczak in relief (3 1/3 IP, 2 R’s, 4 H’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s)
Taylor Door – Randi Wolfe, Erin Hanlon and Liz Elsner had 3 hits each, Beth Striffler had 2 hits, Katie Shea doubled, Robyn Golden, Jessie Milosek and Sarah Milosek singled.
KAM – 2 hits each by Jessica Beech, Karen Hohs, Katie Grens, Becky Marx and Kelly Tomczak, Ashley Strauss added a single.
Notes:  Taylor Door took a 6-0 before KAM scored 3 in the 5th inning, Taylor scored 1 in the bottom of the 5th to make it 7-3, KAM picked up 2 more in the top of the 6th inning, Taylor scored 1 in the bottom of the 6th to make it 8-5.  In the top of the 7th for KAM, they scored 1 run and left tieing runs at 2nd & 3rd when the game ended on a called strike.

Game 15 (IF GAME):  Taylor Door – 4 (5 hits) over KAM – 2 (8 hits)
WP – Kristen Zabalaviscious (5 IP, 2 R’s, 7 H’s, 1 K, 0 BB) and the save by Kristen Bultink (2 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 0 K, 2 BB’s), LP – Jessica Beech (5 K’s, 1 BB)
Taylor Door – Robyn Golden had 2 hits with a double and 3 RBI’s, Randi Wolfe had 2 hits, Kristen Zabalaviscious tripled and a single by Erin Hanlon.
KAM – Katie Grens had 2 hits, singles by Jessica Beech, Ashley Strauss, Tricia Vanderslik, Molly McKinney, Melissa Brink and Katie Horvath.
Notes:  Taylor Doors opened with 2 runs in the top of the 1st inning, KAM bounced back and scored one in the bottom of the 1st.  Taylor Door made it 3-1 in the top of the 3rd, KAM scored once in the bottom of the 5th to make it 3-2.  Taylor scored 1 run in the top of the 7th to make it 4-2.  In the bottom of the 7th inning, KAM had runners on 1st and 2nd when the game ended.

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Marquardt Invitational
Men's Major State Finals
Petoskey, Michigan
Friday - Sunday, July 1-3, 2005

A completed tournament bracket is available here.

35th Annual Holiday Invitational started by Ed White in 1970 and later renamed as the Rex Marquardt Memorial – Rex was a long time Tournament Director at Ed White Field with Ed and Dick Harbaugh – Rex and Dick were inducted into the MASA Hall of Fame in 2002 for their many years of service and in helping to build the reputation for tournament softball in Petoskey as one of the best.

Order of Finish:
1. Frankenmuth Driving School from Frankenmuth – 4-0 (team photo)  (championship plaque presentation with Virginia Marquardt & Rex Harbaugh)
2. Munger Bulldogs from Munger – 4-2 (runner up plaque presentation with Virginia Marquardt & Rex Harbaugh)
3. DeLau Fire & Safety from Lansing – 2-2
4. Sportmans Park from Jackson – 2-2
5. Trophy Case from Petoskey – 1-2
5. Up to Date Painting from Vassar – 1-2
7. Andreas Construction from Homer – 0-2
7. Priority Mortgage from Grand Rapids – 0-2

Individual Awards:  (Individual Awards Photo)
Outstanding Pitcher – Blair Ezekiel from Driving School (3 wins, 0 losses; 17 2/3 IP, 0 R’s, 4 H’s, 35 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Outstanding Hitter – Jason Hill from Driving School (.545 avg)
Outstanding Infielder – Steve Roberts from Munger (.533 avg)
Outstanding Outfielder – Mike Gohsman from Munger (.533 avg)

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Game Results:

Game 1:  Munger Bulldogs – 7 (9 hits) over Trophy Case – 5 (4 hits)
WP – Brent Lynch (9 K’s, 5 BB’s), LP – Bill Yoder (3 IP, 5 R’s, 6 H’s, 3 K’s, 6 BB’s) with relief from Keith Potter (4 IP’s, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 5 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Munger – Gene McKinstry had 3 hits, Mike Gohsman had 2 hits, Steve Roberts doubled, singles by Ken Benson, Chad Kowalski and Adam Brechtelsbauer.
Trophy Case – Singles by Mike Piehl, Scott Kelly, Brad Hasse and Ed Smith.
Notes:  Munger opened up a 7-1 lead going into the bottom of the 6th inning when Trophy Case scored 4 unearned runs to make it 7-5.  Munger went down in order in the top of the 7th and Trophy Case left 2 runners on base in the bottom of the 7th.  This was Keith Potter’s first game back on the mound since the 2003 season due to an ankle injury.

Game 2:  DeLau Fire & Safety – 4 (6 hits) over Priority Mortgage – 0 (3 hits)
WP – Jeff Graff (16K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Duke VanderArk (8 K’s, 2 BB’s)
DeLau – Dave Wright had a double and single, John Fulmer had 2 hits, Jeff Kucharcyk doubled and Jeff Graff singled.
Priority Mortgage – Singles by Jason Bialochski, Tracy Boetsma and Kerry Hamming.
Notes:  Jeff Graff had 16 K’s.  DeLau scored 3 runs in the 2nd inning and added one in the 4th inning.

Game 3:  Sportsmans Park – 3 (7 hits) over Up to Date Painting – 0 (3 hits)
WP – Sean Kelly (11 K’s, 1 BB’s), LP – Mike Spagnuola (4 K’s, 5 BB’s)
Sportsmans Park – Jeff Lovell had 2 hits, Ryan Saylor tripled, singles by Chris Rivard, Adam Saylor, Steve Saylor and Gabby Rivard.
Up to Date Painting – Kai Northrup had 2 hits, David Lach singled.

Game 4:  Frankenmuth Driving School – 2 (6 hits) over Andreas Construction – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Jason Hill (6 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 15 K’s, 5 BB’s) with relief from Blair Ezekiel (1 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Shannon Damron (4 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Frankenmuth – Jon Kelly had 2 hits, Todd Moore hit a solo homerun to lead off the game, singles by Jason Hill, Kevin Jammer and Nick Glass.
Andreas – Singles by Steve Myers and Gregg Lowder.

Game 5:  Trophy Case – 5 (5 hits) over Priority Mortgage – 4 (7 hits)
WP – Keith Potter (3 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 2 K’s, 1 BB) in relief of Bill Yoder (4 IP, 2 R’s, 4 H’s, 2 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Tracy Boetsma (7 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Trophy Case – Brad Hasse doubled, singles by Matt Hall, Bill Alward, Chris Weston and Bryce Weston.
Priority Mortgage – Terry Boetsma had 2 hits with a homerun, singles by Tracy Boetsma, Kerry Hamming, Duke VanderArk, Mike Gruppen and Tim Grassmid.
Notes:  Priority scored 1 run in the 2nd inning on Terry Boetsma’s solo homerun, 1 more in the 4th and 2 in the 5th to take a 4-0 lead.  Trophy Case scored 5 times in the bottom of the 5th inning on an RBI single by Bryce Weston, a 2 out RBI single by Matt Hall that brought in 2 runs and a deep fly ball hit by Tracy Piehl scored an error that brought in 2 more runs to take the 5-4 lead.

Game 6:  Up to Date Painting – 10 (13 hits) over Andreas Construction – 8 (11 hits) in 8 innings
WP – Rick Engle (15 K’s, 4 BB’s), LP – Shannon Damron (3 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Up to Date – Chris Dipzinski had a homerun and a double with 4 RBI’s, two hits each by Chad Knox, Steve Findlay, Dave Lach, Steve Shores and Steve Sinelli, Jamie Tackabury singled.
Andreas – Steve Myers had 4 hits with 2 triples and a double, Jeff Sherman had 3 hits with a homerun, Derek Griffith had 2 hits, Gregg Lowder and Shannon Damron singled.
Notes:  Up to Date scored 3 runs in the top of the 7th inning to tie the game at 8, then scored 2 in the top of 8th when the international tie breaker went into effect.

Game 7:  DeLau Fire & Safety – 9 (13 hits) over Munger Bulldogs – 8 (11 hits)
WP – Jeff Graff (4 IP, 3 R’s, 3 H’s, 4 K’s, 1 BB) in relief of Lance Graff (4 IP, 5 R’s, 8 H’s, 1 K, 1 BB), LP – Jeff Hoover (5 IP’s, 7 R’s, 10 H’s, 4 K’s, 2 BB’s) with Greg Wright pitching the 3rd and 4th innings (2 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 4 K’s, 0 BB)
DeLau – Pete Hurst and Jeff Kucharczyk each had 2 hits with homeruns, David Wright, BJ Gulick and Dan Hadley had 2 hits, Shannon Beebe doubled, singles by Jeff Graff and John Fulmer.
Munger – Mike Gohsman had 3 hits with a triple, Brent Lynch and Jeff Hoover each had 2 hits with homeruns, Ken Benson and Chad Kowalski had singles.
Notes:  DeLau had a 6-1 lead after 4 innings, Munger scored 4 runs in the top of the 5th inning on Lynch’s grand slam homerun to make it 6-5, then scored 3 more in the top of the 6th on singles by Gohsman and Roberts followed by a homerun from Hoover to take an 8-6 lead.  DeLau scored 3 times in the bottom of the 7th inning with 2 outs to win the game.

Game 8:  Frankenmuth Driving School – 5 (9 hits) over Sportsmans Park – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Blair Ezekiel (16 K’s, 1 BB’s), LP – Sean Kelly (8 K’s, 0 BB’s)
Driving School – Jason Hill had 3 hits, Blair Ezekiel and Todd Moore each had 2 hits with a homerun, Trent Bethume and Kevin Jammer singled.
Sportsmans – Ryan Tundevold and Chris Revard singled.

Game 9:  Munger Bulldogs – 10 (12 hits) over Up to Date Painting – 4 (4 hits)
WP – Greg Wright (14 K’s, 1 BB’s), LP – Mike Spagnuola (2 2/3 IP, 6 R’s, 6 H’s, 1 K’s, 3 BB’s) with relief from Rick Engle (4 1/3 IP, 4 R’s, 6 H’s, 7 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Munger – Jeff Hoover had 2 homeruns, Steve Roberts had 2 hits with a homerun, Brent Lynch had 2 hits with a double, Ken Benson had 2 hits, Gene McKinstry and Adam Brechtelsbauer doubled, singles by Mike Gohsman and Pete Volk.
Up to Date – Doubles by Kai Northrup, Dave Lach, Stephen Shores and Jamie Tackabury.

Game 10:  Sportsmans Park – 5 (7 hits) over Trophy Case – 3 (3 hits)
WP – Jeff Lovell (5 IP, 3 R’s, 3 H’s, 5 K’s, 4 BB’s) with relief from Sean Kelly (2 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s, 5 K’s, 0 BB), LP – Bill Yoder (3 1/3 IP, 4 R’s, 6 H’s, 0 K, 1 BB)
Sportsmans – Chad Ferguson had 2 hits with a homerun, Ryan Saylor had 2 hits, singles by Josh Marten, Brian Skira and Jeff Lovell.
Trophy Case – Tracy Piehl had a homerun and a double, Mike Piehl singled.
Notes:  Trophy Case had runners on 2nd and 3rd in the top of the 6th inning with no outs when Sean Kelly came into the game and struck out the next 3 hitters to end the threat.

Game 11 (WINNER BRACKET FINAL):  Driving School – 2 (3 hits) over DeLau Fire & Safety – 1 (7 hits)
WP – Blair Ezekiel (2 2/3 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 6 K’s, 0 BB) in relief of Jason Hill (4 1/3 IP, 1 R, 7 H’s, 10 K’s, 0 BB), LP – Jeff Graff (9 K’s, 6 BB’s)
Driving School – Jason Hill had 2 hits and Blair Ezekiel singled.
DeLau – BJ Gulick had 2 hits, Dave Wright doubled, singles by Shannon Beebe, Dan Hadley, Jeff Kucharcyk and Lance Graff.
Notes:  Driving School scored 1 run in the bottom of the first when lead off hitter Todd Moore reached base on an error, stole second, advanced to third on a wild pitch with one out and scored on Jason Hill’s sacrifice fly.  DeLau tied the game at 1 in the top of the 5th when Lance Graff led off with a single and advanced to second on BJ Gulick’s hit with one out.  Blair Ezekiel came in to pitch for Driving School at this point.  Graff advanced to 3rd and then scored on consecutive passed balls.  Ezekiel struck out the next two with a runner on 3rd base.  Driving School scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th with 2 out when Todd Moore reached first on a walk, advanced to second on Blair Ezekiel’s single and scored on Jason Hill’s game winning single.  Hill had both Driving School RBI’s and Moore scored both runs in the game.

 Game 12:  Munger Bulldogs – 5 (4 hits) over Sportsmans Park – 3 (6 hits)
WP – Brent Lynch (8 K’s, 3 BB’s), LP – Sean Kelly (6 K’s, 1 BB)
Munger – Mike Gohsman had 2 hits with a homerun and 3 RBI’s, Brent Lynch doubled and Brandon Ryan singled.
Sportsmans Park – Chris Rivard doubled, singles by Chad Ferguson, Ryan Tundevold, Sean Kelly and Gabby Rivard.

Game 13:  Munger Bulldogs – 11 (11 hits) over DeLau Fire & Safety – 10 (11 hits)
WP – Brent Lynch (6 IP, 7 R’s, 8 H’s, 4 K’s, 0 BB) with middle relief in the 5th and 6th innings from Greg Wright (2 IP, 3 R’s, 3 H’s, 2 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Jeff Graff (3 IP, 5 R’s, 3 H’s, 1 K, 3 BB’s) in relief of Lance Graff (5 IP, 6 R’s, 8 H’s, 1 K, 3 BB’s)
Munger – Steve Roberts and Brent Lynch each had 2 hits, Gene McKinstry homered, Ken Benson doubled, singles by Jeff Hoover, Adam Brechtelsbauer, Brandon Ryan and Chad Kowalski.
DeLau – Dave Wright had 3 hits, Shannon Beebe had 2 hits, Pete Hurst and Chad Hodges homered, singles by BJ Gulick, Dan Hadley, Jeff Kuharczyk and John Fulmer.
Notes:  DeLau was ahead 8-5 after 5 innings, Munger scored 2 in the 6th and 1 in the 7th to tie the game and put it into extra innings.  Munger scored 3 runs in the top of the 8th starting the inning with a runner on 2nd as part of the international tie breaker with the help of 2 walks, a sacrifice fly and an error in the outfield.  DeLau scored one in the bottom of the 8th and with one out, runners at 2nd and 3rd, a ground ball to short got the second out of the inning at first, the runner from 3rd base scored and the first baseman threw to 3rd base to get the runner attempting to advance from 2nd to 3rd on the shortstops throw to first.  The runner at 3rd was called out and the game ended.

Game 14 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Frankenmuth Driving School – 2 (4 hits) over Munger Bulldogs – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Blair Ezekiel (11 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Jeff Hoover (6 K’s, 1 BB)
Driving School – Todd Moore had the game winning 2 run homer in the bottom of the 6th inning bringing in Joe Gorney who led off the inning with a single.  Brian Jammer singled in the 2nd and Nick Glass singled in the 5th inning.
Munger – Mike Gohsman singled in the 4th inning and Steve Roberts singled in the 6th inning.
Notes:  Munger had a runner reach 2nd base in the 3rd and 4th innings and had runners at 2nd and 3rd in the top of the 6th inning.  Ezekiel struck out the side in the top of the 7th to close out the win.  Driving School had just one baserunner through the first 4 innings before getting a runner to 2nd base in the 5th.

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Klooster Memorial Invitational
Men's Class B-D Invitational

Charlevoix, Michigan
Friday-Sunday, July 15-17, 2005

2nd Annual memorial invitational in Bob Klooster’s memory who is Charlevoix’s only MASA Hall of Fame member.
Klooster Family Members were present to begin the tournament for a ceremonial first pitch, thrown by Justin Klooster and received by Pat Klooster (father of Justin and nephew of Bob Klooster).  Eloise Klooster (wife of Bob) was also on hand for a picture with three of their four daughters at the opening ceremonies and presented the awards to the champions and runners up.

**  Trophy Case wins 4 consecutive games on Sunday to come back from a 1st round loss on Friday night to win the tournament in 90 degree heat.
Final Results and completed bracket is available here.

Order of Finish:
1. Trophy Case from Petoskey – 5-1 (championship team photo)
2. M-46ers from Hemlock – 3-2
3. Coldwater Merchants from Coldwater – 1-2
4. Lumber Company from Lowell – 2-2
5. Mayan Agency from Merrill – 1-2
5. Saginaw Merchants from Saginaw – 1-2
7. J-N-C Electric from Ellsworth – 0-2

Game Results:
Game 1:
  Mayan Agency – 7 (3 hits) over Trophy Case – 4 (5 hits)
WP – Jeff Buckley (8 K’s, 8 BB’s), LP – Bill Yoder (2 2/3 IP, 7 R’s, 3 H’s, 2 K’s, 5 BB’s) with relief from Duke VanderArk (4 1/3 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s, 10 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Mayan – Joel Buckley had a bases loaded triple, Bill DeBear had a double and Jason Woelke singled.
Trophy Case – Singles by Tracy Piehl, Tracy Boetsma, Shawn Racignol, Brad Hasse and Steve Hopkins.
Notes:  Trophy Case left the bases loaded in the 2nd, 6th and 7th innings.

Game 2:  Saginaw Merchants – 2 (4 hits) over JNC Electric – 0 (3 hits)
WP – Graham Church (6 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Corey Essenberg (6 K’s, 5 BB’s)
Saginaw – Jim McKay tripled, Jason Kowalski doubled, singles by Clay Church and Noah Thormeier.
JNC – Todd Hasse had 2 hits and Mike Evans singled.
Notes: Saginaw scored 2 runs in the 2nd inning with the aid of 2 errors.

Game 3:  M-46ers – 9 (6 hits) over Lumber Company – 2 (4 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Jerry Dankert (3 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Lee Ingles (3 K’s, 4 BB’s)
M-46ers – Keith Davenport had 2 hits, Terry Beaugher tripled, Jason LaJoice doubled, Sam Davenport and Jim Murphy singled.
Lumber Company – Steve Hijnal had a double and single, Jerry Kole and Shawn Wyckoff singled.

Game 4:  Coldwater Merchants – 2 (4 hits) over Mayan Agency – 1 (5 hits)
WP – Gary Newland (7 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – (6 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Coldwater – Toby Elliot doubled, Kevin Dershell, Drew Bercaw and Ron Cary singled.
Mayan – Joel Buckley and Jason Woelke had 2 hits, Marcus Doan doubled.
Notes: Coldwater had a tripled negated in the bottom of the 6th with no outs when the runner was called out for missing first base, then Ron Cary singled with 2 outs and scored on a dropped fly ball for the winning run.

Game 5: M-46ers – 7 (7 hits) over Saginaw Merchants – 0 (0 hits)
WP – Bob Weiler (7 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Graham Church (5 K’s, 0 BB’s)
M-46ers – Jason LaJoice had 2 hits with a triple, Juston Davenport and Jim Murphy hit out of the park homeruns (fences 263’ down lines, 280 in center), singles by Sam Davenport, Terry Beogher and John Doan.
Saginaw – no hits.

Game 6:  Lumber Company – 12 (14 hits) over JNC Electric – 5 (10 hits)
WP – Brent Olsen (0 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Ray Argetsinger (2 K’s, 1 BB)
Lumber Company – Jack Kole had 3 hits with a triple, Steve Hejnal had 2 hits with a double, Shawn Wyckoff and Mickey Carolan had 2 hits, singles by Jason Vandyke, Lee Ingles and David Ingles.
JNC – Ryan Fisher had 2 hits with a triple, Al Stallard and Kevin Morrison had 2 hits, singles by Mike Evans, Corey Essenberg, Dutch Essenberg and Frank Hersha.

Game 7:  Trophy Case – 12 (12 hits) over Saginaw Merchants – 2 (1 hit) in 4 innings
WP – Bill Yoder (2 1/3 IP, 2 R’s, 1 H, 4 K’s, 4 BB’s) with relief from Tracy Boetsma (1 2/3 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s, 5 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Trophy Case – Scott Kelly had 3 hits, Tracy Boetsma and Brad Hasse had 2 hits with triples, Mike Piehl tripled, Matt Hall and Shawn Racignol doubled, singles by Tracy Piehl, Chris Weston and Steve Hopkins.
Saginaw – Jason Kowalski had an RBI single in the 3rd inning.

Game 8:  Lumber Company – 9 (11 hits) over Mayan Agency – 3 (5 hits)
WP – Lee Ingles (5 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Jeff Buckley (3 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Mayan Agency – Bill DeBeau had 3 hits, Marcus Doan had 2 hits with a triple, Joel Buckley singled.
Lumber Company – Jerry Kole and Jack Kole each had 2 hits with a double, Jason Vandyke and Brent Olsen had 2 hits, Steve Hejnal doubled, Shawn Wyckoff and Lee Wyckoff singled.

Game 9 (Winner Bracket Final):  M-46ers – 9 (7 hits) over Coldwater Merchants – 2 (5 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Bob Weiler (4 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Ron Cary (2 IP, 3 R’s, 2 H’s, 1 K, 4 BB’s) with relief Gary Newland (2 IP, 6 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K, 1 BB)
M-46ers – Keith Davenport had 2 hits with a double, Jim Murphy tripled, singles by Sam Davenport, Jason LaJoice, Terry Beougher and Jason Young.
Coldwater – Brandon Elser had 2 hits, singles by Adam Cappella, Ron Cary and Kevin Dershell.

Game 10:  Trophy Case – 6 (10 hits) over Lumber Company – 2 (5 hits)
WP – Duke VanderArk (6 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Lee Ingles (2 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Trophy Case – Steve Hopkins had 2 hits with a triple, Chris Weston had 2 hits, Tracy Boetsma tripled, Matt Hall doubled, singles by Scott Kelly, Tracy Piehl, Shawn Racignol and Brad Hasse.
Lumber Company – Singles by Shawn Wyckoff, Jack Kole, Lee Wyckoff, Brent Olsen and David Ingles.

Game 11:  Trophy Case – 7 (10 hits) over Coldwater Merchants – 6 (12 hits)
WP – Bill Yoder (4 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Gary Newland (5 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Trophy Case – Tracy Boetsma had 2 hits with an out of the park homerun, Matt Hall had 2 hits with a triple, Chris Weston had 2 hits with a double, singles by Mike Piehl, Scott Kelly, Brad Hasse and Steve Hopkins.
Coldwater – Toby Elliot and Ron Cary each had 3 hits, Drew Bercaw had 2 hits, Kevin Dershell had a triple, singles by Brandon Elser, Randy McCarty and Jeff Wilkens.
Notes: Trophy Case took a 7-5 lead into the top of the 7th inning when Coldwater scored one run to make it 7-6, and loaded the bases with 1 out.  The game ended on a line drive back to Trophy Case pitcher, Bill Yoder, who doubled off the runner at 3rd base.  Tracy Boetsma’s out of the park homerun in the 1st inning was only the 3rd out of the park homerun of the entire weekend tournament.

Game 12 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Trophy Case – 8 (15 hits) over M-46ers - 7 (8 hits)
WP – Tracy Boetsma (9 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Jerry Dankert (3 1/3 IP, 7 R’s, 10 H’s, 1 K, 1 BB) with relief from Bob Weiler (3 2/3 IP, 1 R, 5 H’s, 3 K’s, 1 BB)
Trophy Case – Tracy Piehl had 3 hits with a triple, Tracy Boetsma had 3 hits, Mike Piehl had 2 hits with a double, Scott Kelly and Matt Hall had 2 hits, singles by Brad Hasse, Chris Weston and Steve Hopkins.
M-46ers – Jason Young had 2 hits, Juston Davenport and Jeremy Doan tripled, singles by Sam Davenport, Terry Beougher, Keith Davenport and Keith Green.
Notes:  5-5 score after 2 innings, Trophy Case scored 2 more in the 4th and added one in the 6th to take an 8-5 lead.  M-46ers scored 2 in the bottom of the 7th inning to make it 8-7 with a man on base when the game ended with a strikeout.

Game 13 (IF GAME):  Trophy Case – 5 (10 hits) over M-46ers – 4 (10 hits)
WP – Duke VanderArk (10 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Bob Weiler (2 K’s, 1 BB)
Trophy Case – Mike Piehl had 3 hits with a double, Scott Kelly and Matt Hall had doubles, singles by Tracy Boetsma, Tracy Piehl, Shawn Racignol, Ed Smith and Steve Hopkins.
M-46ers – Jeremy Doan, Terry Beougher and Keith Davenport each had 2 hits, Jason LaJoice had an inside the park homerun, singles by Sam Davenport, Juston Davenport and Keith Green.
Notes:  Trophy Case scored 2 runs in the 1st inning on RBI’s by Scott Kelly and Tracy Boetsma, M-46ers scored 1 in the bottom of the 1st inning on an RBI by Terry Beougher, Trophy Case added one run in the top of the 3rd inning on Matt Hall’s double scoring Tracy Piehl who had singled to make it 3-1.  In the top of the 5th inning, M-46ers Sam Davenport singled with 2 outs and scored when Jason LaJoice hit an inside the park homerun to tie the game at 3-3.  In the top of the 6th inning for Trophy Case, Shawn Racignol singled, Ed Smith reached base on an error, Steve Hopkins reached base on an infield single to load the bases with 2 outs and Mike Piehl drove in Racignol and Smith with his single to make it a 5-3 score.  In the bottom of the 7th inning, the M-46ers loaded the bases with one out on consecutive singles by Jeremy Doan, Terry Beougher and Juston Davenport.  Doan scored on a wild pitch, advancing the runners to 2nd and 3rd with 1 out to make the score 5-4.  VanderArk (Trophy Case pitcher) came back from a 3 balls, no strike count to get the strike out for the 2nd out of the inning.  The game ended on a ground out from short to first.  Matt Hall, Trophy Case regular centerfielder, was playing shortstop due to Kelly’s catching assignment in receiving VanderArk as the 90 degree heat had exhausted regular catcher Brad Hasse.  Hall fielded the ball cleanly in spite of the runner from 2nd base running in front of him and then first baseman, Tracy Piehl, was able to hold onto the snow-coned catch to make an exciting finish of a long and very hot come back day for Trophy Case who had to win 4 consecutive games on Sunday through the loser’s bracket.

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Women's Class B/C State Finals
Petoskey, Michigan
Friday-Sunday, July 22-24, 2005

Final tourney results bracket available here.

The top two (2) teams will be classified B teams and will be eligible to advance to the B Nationals in Lancaster, CA August 11-14.  Remaining teams will have their choice of playing in either the B Nationals or in the C Nationals which will also be held in Lancaster, CA August 11-14.

Order of Finish:
1. Victories Casino from Petoskey – District 21 – 5-1 (Champion picture)
2. Lady Lakers from Ludington – District 18 – 3-2 (Runner-up picture)
3. Blue Dogs from Petoskey – District 21 – 2-2
4. C & W Distributing from Fountain – District 18 – 1-2
5. Andreas Construction from Albion – District 3 – 0-2
5. Bronson 2 / T-Shirt Alley from Burr Oak – District 3 – 0-2

Individual Awards: (Award winner group picture)
Outstanding Pitcher – Lisa Shepard – Victories (5-1 record, 41 IP, 3 R’s, 25 H’s, 43 K’s, 13 BB’s)
Outstanding Hitter – Pam Hodge – Victories - .550 avg
Outstanding Infielder – Jeanne Cole – C&W Distributing Shortstop – 9 putouts, 9 assists, 0 errors, .455 avg
Outstanding Outfielder – Sunny Jones – Lady Lakers Centerfielder - .500 avg

Game Results:

Game 1:  Victories Casino – 2 (8 hits) over C & W Distributing – 0 (4 hits)
WP – Lisa Shepard (13 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Keri Cole (4 1/3 IP, 1 R, 6 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB) with relief from Jeanne Cole (2 2/3 IP, 1 R, 2 H’s, 0 K, 1 BB)
Victories – Pam Hodge and Liz Grunch each had 2 hits, Rhonda Buchanan, Lauren Phelan, Amanda Eaton and Ellie Neidhamer all had singles.
C & W – Jeanne Cole, Jess Tallquist, Brandy Salmon and Kayla VanSickle singled.

Game 2:  Lady Lakers – 5 (5 hits) over Blue Dogs – 4 (5 hits)
WP – Autumn Palik (5 K’s, 4 BB’s), LP – Casie Parker (5 1/3 IP, 5 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K, 2 BB’s) with relief from Kelly Kermode (2/3 IP, 1K)
Lady Lakers – Sunny Jones had 2 hits with a double and 3 RBI’s, Cyle Ericksen doubled, Stacey Stowe and Kristy Francis singled.
Blue Dogs - Aimee Smith had 2 hits, Stacey Barber-Walker tripled, singles by Stephanie Mathews and Kelly Kermode.
Notes:  The Blue Dogs scored 4 runs in the 3rd inning and had a 4-0 lead until the bottom of the 6th inning when they scored 5 runs on 2 hits and 2 errors.  In the top of the 7th inning, with a runner on 1st base with one out, the game ended when Laker’s left fielder Cyle Ericksen made a fantastic over the shoulder running catch and then doubled off the baserunner at 1st base for the 3rd out.

Game 3:  Victories Casino – 9 (11 hits) over T-Shirt Alley – 0 (2 hits)
WP – Lisa Shepard (11 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Ashleigh Colpetsir (4 K’s, 5 BB’s)
Victories – 2 hits each by Liz Grunch, Amanda Eaton and Lisa Shepard, singles by Rhonda Buchanan, Pam Hodge, Lauren Phelan, Ellie Neidhamer and Katelyn Simon.
T-Shirt Alley – Singles by Jacie Lindsey and Ashleigh Colpetsir.

Game 4:  Lady Lakers – 12 (12 hits) over Andreas Construction – 0 (0 hits)
WP – Stefanie Morong (7 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Janna Klassen (5 2/3 IP, 7 R’s, 8 H’s, 7 K’s, 4 BB’s) with relief from Lindsey Adamcheck (1 1/3 IP, 5 R’s, 4 H’s, 0 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Lakers – Cyle Erickson had 3 hits, two hits each by Erin Swiatlowski, Sunny Jones and Mandy Trevino, singles by Kristy Francis, Jenny Lauterbach and Kelly Collins.
Andreas – no hits.
Notes:  Stefanie Morong throws a no-hitter for Ludington Lady Lakers.  There were only two baserunners in the game, with 2 outs in the 1st inning, there was a walk and the next batter reached on a fielding error.  Morong and the Laker defense were perfect for the rest of the game.

Game 5:  Blue Dogs – 4 (6 hits) over T-Shirt Alley – 1 (4 hits)
WP – Kelly Kermode (9 K’s, 0 BB), LP – Becky Gray (11 K’s, 1 BB)
Blue Dogs – Stacey Barber-Walker had 2 hits with a double, singles by Barb Spieglberg, Kelly Kermode, Aimee Smith and Jen Walker.
T-Shirt Alley – Singles by Jill Peterson, Melissa Gales, Kristen Yesh and Becky Gray.

Game 6:  C & W Distributing – 5 (9 hits) over Andreas Construction – 0 (5 hits)
WP – Keri Cole (4 IP, 0 R’s, 3 H’s, 2 K’s, 0 BB) with relief from Melanie Stickney (3 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 0 K, 2 BB’s), LP – Lindsay Adamcheck (2 K’s, 1 BB)
C & W – 2 hits each by Jess Tallquist, Brandy Salmon and Cory VanKoevering, singles by Jeanne Cole, Keri Cole and Brandi Cole.
Andreas – Donna Farmer had 2 hits, singles by Sara Baum, Janna Klassen and Kelly Murdock.

Game 7:  Lady Lakers – 2 (5 hits) over Victories Casino – 1 (4 hits)
WP – Kelly Collins (3 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Lisa Shepard (6 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Lakers – Kim Inman had 2 hits, singles by Sunny Jones, Cyle Erickson and Jenny Lauterbach.
Victories – 2 runs by Pam Hodge, Ellie Neidhamer had a double, single by Katelyn Simon.
Notes:  Pam Hodge had an RBI single in the 3rd inning for Victories, Lakers scored 2 runs in the 4th inning on wild pitches.

Game 8:  Blue Dogs – 4 (8 hits) over C & W Distributing – 3 (10 hits) in 9 innings
WP – Stacey Barber-Walker (7 IP, 1 R, 4 H’s, 5 K’s, 1 BB) in relief of Casie Parker (2 IP, 2 R’s, 6 H’s), LP – Brandy Salmon (4 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s) in relief of Keri Cole (5 IP, 2 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K)
Blue Dogs – Barb Spieglberg and Kelly Kermode each had 2 hits, Bonnie Spieglberg, Aimee Smith, Sara Schultz and Jen Walker each had singles.
C & W – Jeanne Cole had 3 hits, singles by Jess Tallquist, Jamie Hanson, Brandy Salmon, Sharon McCumber, Brandi Cole, Kylie Salmon and Kayla VanSickle.
Notes:  C&W scored runs in the 1st and 2nd inning, Blue Dogs scored in the 3rd and 4th innings to tie it where it stayed through regulation.  In the top of the 8th inning, the international tie breaker rule was used where a runner starts the inning at 2nd base.  C&W scored in the top of the 8th inning when Sharon McCumber had a pinch hit single with 2 outs to score the runner from 3rd.  The Blue Dogs pushed a run across on an infield ground out to tie the game at 3 in the bottom of the 8th.  C&W failed to score in the top of the 9th.  The Blue Dogs sacrificed the runner to 3rd and Aimee Smith hit a game winning single to end the game.

Game 9:  Victories Casino – 2 (6 hits) over Blue Dogs – 1 (8 hits)
WP – Lisa Shepard (5 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Kelly Kermode (1 K, 0 BB)
Victories – Liz Grunch had 2 hits, singles by Meg Kitson, Pam Hodge, Ellie Neidhamer and Amanda Eaton.
Blue Dogs – Barb Spieglberg and Stephanie Mathews each had 2 hits, singles by Kelly Kermode, Aimee Smith, Sara Shultz-Mullin and Jen Walker.
Notes:  Blue Dogs scored in the bottom of the 1st inning when with the help of an error.  Victories scored 2 runs in the top of the 2nd inning when Meg Kitson’s single drove in Ellie Neidhamer and Katelin Simon.

Game 10 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Victories Casino – 8 (11 hits) over Lady Lakers – 0 (5 hits) in 6 innings
WP – Lisa Shepard (6 K’s, 5 BB’s), LP – Autumn Palik (3 1/3 IP, 6 R’s, 8 H’s, 2 K’s, 2 BB’s) with relief from Kelly Collins (1 2/3 IP, 2 R’s, 3 H’s, 1 K, 1 BB)
Victories – Ellie Neidhamer had 2 hits with a triple and 3 RBI’s, Pam Hodge and Liz Grunch each had 2 hits with 2 RBI’s, Meg Kitson had 2 hits, Elaine Readmond had an RBI single, Lauren Phelan and Katelyn Simon singled.
Lady Lakers - Singles by Stacey Stowe, Erin Swiatlowski, Sunny Jones, Kristy Francis and Jenny Lauterbach.
Notes:
  Victories scored 1 in the 2nd, 3 in the 3rd, 2 in the 4th and 2 in the 6th inning to get the mercy and send the tournament to the final championship game.

Game 11 (IF GAME):  Victories Casino – 3 (6 hits) over Lady Lakers – 0 (1 hit)
WP – Lisa Shepard (1 K, 4 BB’s), LP – Stephanie Morong (2 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Victories – Pam Hodge had 3 hits, Elaine Readmond had 2 hits and Ellie Neidhamer singled.
Lady Lakers – Sunny Jones doubled in the 6th inning.

Notes:  Lisa Shepard throws a 1 hitter for Victories in the final championship game.

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Men's E Regionals
Charlevoix, Michigan
August 12-14, 2005

The final bracket and results.
The top three teams advance to the state finals which will be held in Port Huron over Labor Day weekend.

Order of Finish: (Top 3 teams advance to state finals in Port Huron Labor Day Weekend)
1. Little Traverse Lawn Care from Petoskey (D21) – 4-0 (team picture)
2. Bay Street Orthopedics from Petoskey (D21) – 4-2 (team picture)
3. Cal’s Mobile / Brooks Plumbing from Cheboygan (D21) – 2-2

4. BC Pizza from Petoskey (D21) – 3-2
5. Tom’s Diesel from East Jordan (D21) – 2-2
5. Busy Bee Bar from Cadillac (D19) – 2-2
7. Ludington Merchants from Ludington (D18) – 1-2
7. Bowma Construction from Cheboygan (D21) – 1-2
9. Woodhaven Log & Lumber from Roscommon (D20) – 1-2
9. H&H / Jay’s from McBain (D19) – 0-2
9. McNally’s Party Store from McBain (D19) – 0-2

Individual Awards: (group picture)
Outstanding Pitcher – Steve Hamlin, LTLC (2-0 record, 1 save, 10 2/3 IP, 3 R’s, 7 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB’s)
Outstanding Hitter – Mark Smith, LTLC (.700 avg)
Outstanding Infielder – Kolby Andrews, LTLC (.615 avg, 3 HR’s, 10 RBI’s)
Outstanding Outfielder – Dave Elliott, Bay Street (.438 avg, 3 HR’s, 9 RBI’s)

Game Results:

Game 1:  BC Pizza – 7 (11 hits) over Busy Bee Bar – 5 (8 hits)
WP – Francis Hiar (5 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Tim Marjle (6 2/3 IP, 7 R’s, 10 H’s, 1 K, 3 BB’s) with relief from Jim McKinnley (1/3 IP, 1 H)
BC Pizza – Eric Fettig and Scott Cischke each had a double and homerun, Richard Fosmore had 2 hits, Toby Jones, Bill Brilley, Clair Waterson, Art Grawey and Chad Richardson each had singles.
Busy Bee Bar – Tom Carrington had 2 hits with a double, Rick Keeler had 2 hits, Dean Sheetenhelm, Jeremy Anderson, Tyler Moriarity each singled and  Ryan Kinkema doubled.

Game 2:  Woodhaven Log & Lumber – 6 (4 hits) over Tom’s Diesel – 5 (6 hits)
WP – Tim Galloway (2 K’s, 3 BB’s), LP – Butch Potter (0 K’s, 4 BB’s)
Woodhaven – Ryan Wyckoff had a double, singles by Ryan Hubbard, George Doebler and Tim Galloway.
Tom’s Diesel – Butch Potter had a triple and single, Tom Reid Jr had 2 hits, Bob Nichols doubled, John Richards singled.
Notes: Tom’s Diesel had a 5-1 lead until Woodhaven scored 5 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning and then held Tom’s Diesel in the top of the 7th for the win.

Game 3:  Ludington Merchants – 10 (14 hits) over H&H / Jay’s – 1 (3 hits)
WP – Greg Dilliner (4 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Don Eisinga (2 1/3 IP, 5 R’s, 7 H’s, 1 K) with relief from Ron Lutke (4 2/3 IP, 5 R’s 7 H’s)
Ludington – John Peterson had 3 hits with a triple, Nick Morgan had 2 singles and Jim Virden and Jim Kloog had a double and single, Fritz Peterson had 2 doubles, singles by Travis Wallee, Kirk Caithamer and Joe Knowles.
H&H/Jay’s – Terry Pluger doubled, Tyler Pluger and Mike Hooker singled.

Game 4:  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 8 (7 hits) over McNally’s Party Store – 0 (2 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Steve Hamlin (2 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – CJ Westdorp (1 K, 5 BB’s)
LTLC – Mark Smith had 2 hits with a double, Todd Flynn tripled, singles by Kolby Andrews, Scott Lepird, Jaime Barkley and JD Arman.
McNally’s – Kurt Brinks and Jason Flores singled.

Game 5:  BC Pizza – 7 (4 hits) over Bowma Construction – 4 (8 hits)
WP – Francis Hiar (2 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Brian Brandau (9 K’s, 4 BB’s)
BC Pizza – Bill Brilley had 2 hits, Scott Ciske doubled and Cole Kruzel singled.
Bowma – Brian Brandau had 2 hits with a double, Eric LaCross had 2 hits, singles by Jim Willison, Ed Antkoviak, Al Antkoviak and Chris Parsons.

Game 6:  Bay Street Orthopedics – 8 (12 hits) over Woodhaven Log & Lumber – 3 (5 hits)
WP – Stan Neff (4 2/3 IP, 2 R’s, 4 H’s, 3 K’s, 2 BB’s) with relief from Jim Potter (2 1/3 IP, 1 R, 1 H, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Harold Inman (2 K’s, 3 BB’s)
Bay Street – Dan Wilcox had 3 hits with homerun and double, Don Richards had 3 hits with a double, Dave Elliot had a homerun, 2 hits by David Jones and Mark Thompson, Dan Kulman had a single.
Woodhaven – Ryan Hubbard had 2 hits, Ryan Wyckoff tripled, Jeff Bumbalouah and Lindsay Mayball each had singles.

Game 7:  Cal’s Mobile / Brooks Plumbing – 7 (10 hits) over Ludington Merchants – 4 (6 hits)
WP – Buddy Ormsbee (1 K, 5 BB’s), LP – Ron Williamson (5 IP, 5 R’s, 8 H’s, 5 K’s, 2 BB’s) with relief from Greg Dilliner (1 IP, 2 R’s, 2 H’s, 2 K’s, 0 BB)
Cal’s – Adam Blaskowski and Billy Schley each tripled and singled, Nick Brooks had 2 hits, Mark Schley tripled, Brian Percy and Aaron Ormsbee doubled and Adam Grote singled.
Ludington – Travis Walle had 2 hits with a double, Nick Morgan and Jim Virden tripled, singles by Eric Nash and Joe Knowles.

Game 8:  Tom’s Diesel – 14 (13 hits) over McNally’s Party Store – 2 (3 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Butch Potter (1 K, 3 BB’s), LP – Carl Westrop (0 IP, 4 R’s, 0 K’s, 4 BB’s) with relief from CJ Westrop (5 IP, 10 R’s, 13 H’s, 5 BB’s)
Tom’s Diesel – Tom Reid Jr. and Kaleb Brown each had 2 hits, Nick Karaszewski had a homerun and single, Chris Kulp tripled, singles by Tyler Spence, Bob Nichols, John Richards, Butch Potter, Jack Gaffum and Jon Crawford.
McNally’s – Josh Hart had 2 hits and a single by Greg Jennings.

Game 9:  Bowma Construction – 10 (13 hits) over H&H/Jay’s – 8 (11 hits)
WP – Brian Brandau (5 K’s, 1 BB), LP – Ron Lutke (5 IP, 9 R’s, 9 H’s, 2 K’s) with relief from Don Eisigna (2 IP, 1 R, 4 H’s)
Bowma – Mike McCafferty and Brian Brandau had 3 hits, Denny Proctor and Scott Brandau each had a homerun and single, Jim Willson had 2 hits, Al Awtkojak singled.
H&H – Dan Zuiderveen had 3 hits with a double, Shawn Pluger, Dennis Heuker and Mike Heuker each had 2 hits, Terry Pluger and Tyler Pluger singled.

Game 10:  Busy Bee Bar – 11 (11 hits) over Woodhaven Log & Lumber – 7 (16 hits)
WP – Tim Majerle (1 1/3 IP, 0 R’s, 1 H) in relief of Jim McKinley (5 2/3 IP, 7 R’s, 15 H’s, 2 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Tim Galloway (4 IP, 6 R’s, 7 H’s, 2 K’s, 1 BB) in relief of Harold Inman (2 IP, 5 R’s, 4 H’s, 1 K, 3 BB’s)
Busy Bee Bar – Tom Carrington, Matt Forsgren and Tyler Moriarity each had 2 hits, Dean Shetenhelm tripled, Rick Keeler doubled, and a single by Jeremy Anderson.
Woodhaven – Ryan Hubbard had 4 hits with 2 triples and a double, Don Haskins had 2 doubles, Mark Huntley had 2 hits with a double, Ryan Wyckoff and Tim Galloway each had 2 hits, Lindsay Mayball had a double, George Dubler and Mark Sisco Jr each singled.

Game 11:  Tom’s Diesel – 12 (12 hits) over Bowma Construction – 3 (6 hits)
WP – Tom Reid Jr. (2 K’s, 5 BB’s), LP – Brian Brandau (10 K’s, 2 BB’s)
Tom’s Diesel – Butch Potter had 4 hits with 2 doubles, Nick Karaszewski had 3 hits with 2 homeruns, Bob Nichols had 2 hits, singles by Tyler Spence, Tom Reid Jr., Kaleb Brown.
Bowma – Mike McCafferty had 2 hits with a homerun, Al Antkowski doubled, singles by Jeff Brandau, Jim Wilson and Ed Antkowski.

Game 12:  Busy Bee Bar – 3 (8 hits) over Ludington Merchants – 2 (8 hits)
WP – Tim Marerle (0 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Greg Dilliner (5 K’s, 1 BB)
Busy Bee Bar – 2 hits each by Tom Carrington and Tyler Moriarity, Randy Powell doubled, singles by Dean Shetenhelm, Rick Keeler and Darin Cedulla.
Ludington – Nick Morgan had 2 hits with a double, singles by Kirk Caithamer, Travis Wally, Jim Virden, Fritz Peterson, Jim Klug and Eric Nash.

Game 13:  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 11 (11 hits) over BC Pizza – 8 (8 hits)
WP – Doyle Dustin (5 2/3 IP, 8 R’s, 8 H’s, 3 K’s, 0 BB) with relief from Steve Hamlin (1 2/3 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s), LP – Francis Hiar (6 IP, 9 R’s, 8 H’s, 2 K’s, 3 BB’s) with 1 inning of middle relief from Clair Waterson (2 R’s, 3 H’s, 1 BB)
LTLC – Jaime Barkley had 2 hits with a triple, Scott Lepird and JD Arman had 2 hits with a double, Denny Hewitt had 2 hits, Kolby Andrews doubled, Todd Flynn and Mark Smith singled.
BC Pizza – Triples by Toby Jones, Eric Fettig and Richard Fosmore, Scott Cischke doubled, singles by Art Grawey, Clair Waterson, Tim Pennell and Cole Kruzell.
Notes:  LTLC had a 9-1 lead going into the bottom of the 6th inning when BC Pizza scored 7 runs to make it a 9-8 game.  LTLC added 2 runs in the top of the 7th for the final score.

Game 14:  Cal’s Mobile – 8 (13 hits) over Bay Street Orthopedics – 7 (9 hits)
WP – Buddy Ormsbee (3 K’s, 3 BB’s), LP – Jim Potter (2 1/3 IP, 4 R’s, 5 H’s, 1 K) in relief of Dave Siegrist (4 2/3 IP, 4 R’s, 8 H’s, 3 K’s, 1 BB)
Cal’s – Nick Brooks had 3 hits, Adam Schultz had 2 hits with a homerun, Bill Schley and Brian Percy each had 2 hits with a double, singles by Adam Blaskowski, Mark Schley, Jeff Beaubien and Adam Grote.
Bay St – Dave Elliott had 3 hits with a homerun, Dave Woods tripled, Dave Jones doubled, singles by Brian Wittenberg, Mark Thompson, Wade Williams and Wade Leist.
Notes:  Bay St had a 7-4 lead going into the 7th inning, Cal’s scored 1 run and with 2 outs there was fielding error followed by a double and a homerun to give Cal’s an 8-7 lead.  Bay St went down in order in the bottom of the 7th.

Game 15:  BC Pizza – 6 (11 hits) over Busy Bee Bar – 4 (9 hits)
WP – Francis Hiar (1 K, 1 BB), LP – Jim McKinley (2 K’s, 4 BB’s)
BC Pizza – Tim Pennell had 3 hits with a double, Toby Jones and Scott Cischke each had 2 hits, Bill Brilley and Art Grawey each doubled, singles by Eric Fettig and Clair Waterson.
Busy Bee Bar – Ryan Kinkema and Randy Powell each had 2 hits with a double, singles by Dean Shetenhelm, Tom Carrington, Rick Keeler, Tyler Moriority and Jim McKinley.
Notes:  BC Pizza broke a 4-4 tie by scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning.  Busy Bee Bar had runners at 2nd and 3rd with 2 out when the game ended on a line drive to the 3rd baseman.

Game 16:  Bay Street Orthopedics – 6 (7 hits) over Tom’s Diesel – 1 (1 hit)
WP – Stan Neff (4 2/3 IP, 1 R, 1 H, 4 K’s, 3 BB’s) with relief from Jim Potter (2 1/3 IP, 0 R’s, 0 H’s, 4 K’s), LP – Tom Reid Jr. (2 K’s, 6 BB’s)
Bay St – Dan Wilcox had 2 hits with a homerun, Dave Woods had 2 hits with a double, Dan Kulman had 2 hits singles, and Dave Elliott homered.
Tom’s Diesel – Bob Nichols homered in the 1st inning.

Game 17 (Winner Bracket Final):  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 15 (16 hits) over Cal’s Mobile – 3 (5 hits) in 5 innings
WP – Steve Hamlin (2 K’s, 0 BB’s), LP – Bud Ormsbee with relief from Jeff Beaubien and Bill Schley.
LTLC – Kolby Andrews had 4 hits with 2 homeruns, Mark Smith had 3 hits with a double, Jarrod Dohm and Jared Clark each had 2 hits with a double, Todd Flynn had 2 hits, Rick Matelski homered and Jaime Barkley singled.
Cal’s – Mark Schley and Adam Grote doubled, singles by Brian Percy, Adam Schultz and Jeff Beaubien.

Game 18:  Bay Street Orthopedics – 8 (16 hits) over BC Pizza – 3 (5 hits)
WP – Stan Neff (6 IP, 3 R’s, 5 H’s, 3 K’s, 1 BB) with relief from Jim Potter (1 IP), LP – Francis Hiar (1 K, 1 BB)
Bay St – Don Richards had 4 hits, Dave Jones had 3 hits with a double, Dave Woods had 3 hits, Dan Wilcox and Gary Francis each had 2 hits, Wade Leist and Dave Elliott singled.
BC Pizza – Richard Fosmore had 2 hits, Toby Jones homered, Scott Cischke and Clair Waterson each singled.

Game 19:  Bay Street Orthopedics – 11 (14 hits) over Cal’s Mobile / Brooks Plumbing – 8 (11 hits)
WP – Jim Potter (4 1/3 IP, 0 R’s, 2 H’s, 8 K’s, 2 BB’s) in relief of Dave Siegrist (2 2/3 IP, 8 R’s, 9 H’s, 1 K, 4 BB’s), LP – Buddy Ormsbee (2 K’s, 5 BB’s)
Bay St – Dan Wilcox had 3 hits, Wade Leist had 2 hits with a triple, Mark Thompson had 2 hits with a double, Dan Kuhlman and Dave Woods each had 2 hits, Dave Elliott homered, Steve Malec doubled and Wade Williams singled.
Cal’s – Billy Schley had 4 hits with a triple, Mark Schley had 2 hits with a triple, Brian Percy had 2 hits, singles by Adam Blaskowski, Nick Brooks and Adam Schultz.
Notes:  Cal’s had an 8-3 lead after 4 innings, Bay Street scored 2 in the bottom of the 5th to make it 8-5 and then scored 6 in the bottom of the 6th inning to make it 11-8.  For Bay Street in the bottom of the 6th, Dave Elliott led off with a solo homerun, the next two batters reached base on an error and a walk, Kuhlman sacrificed the runners to 2nd and 3rd with one out, an error tied the game and then Malec hit his double with 2 outs to break the tie followed by RBI hits from Wilcox and Leist.  In the bottom of the 7th inning, Cal’s had runners at 2nd and 3rd with 2 out when a homerun went just foul down the left field line before Potter recorded the strike out to end the game.

Game 20 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME):  Little Traverse Lawn Care – 11 (9 hits) over Bay Street Orthopedics – 3 (5 hits) in 6 innings
WP – Doyle Dustin (2 K’s, 2 BB’s), LP – Stan Neff with relief from Dave Siegrist and Jim Potter
LTLC – Kolby Andrews and Todd Flynn each had 2 hits with a homerun, Jaime Barkley and Jared Clark each doubled, Mark Smith, JD Arman and Rick Matelski singled.
Bay St – Dan Wilcox doubled, singles by Wade Leist, Dave Jones, Brian Wittendberg and Dan Kuhlman.