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Quote of the week: "You gotta live life in the moment. I don't care what you've done in your life, it has nothing to do with what you're gonna do, or what you can do."

Mike Ditka

Tuesday/Thursday Pick-up games for month of December, 2017: 2018 Major Players at Golden Gate (2 fields);  2018 AAA players at Veterans (3 fields).


Batting Practice begins Monday, 12/4 at Veterans park from 8-10am, see Gary Raimondo.

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Interested in joining Collier County Senior Softball? Contact Comissioner Dan Balagna (989-305-1759) or Directors Ned Bentz (239-405-7313). Click icon below for (mail in) application.

ccss2018application-competitive season.pdf, 1/1/18-12/31/18
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Latest CCSS News:

SEASON'18 page added. See SEASON'18

Louieville Warriors defeat Team Florida. See HOME page.

Las Vegas Masters Tournament. See HOME page.

Order new CCSS T-shirts. See HOME page.

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                              Happy Thanksgiving To All!

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                              Louieville Slugger Warriors Defeat Team Florida 31-14..........

 

11/10/17 North Collier Park: The Louieville Slugger Warriors (formerly the Wounded Warrior Amputee Team) managed by Dave VanSleet, beat a "game" but overpowered Team Florida 31-14. The game was close early on however Manager Jim Lyle's chargers could not counter the inning by inning Warrior assault. John Bennis of CCSS fame playing for the Warriors in honor of his son Ryan, went 5 for 6. Warrior's John Mitchell and Matt Kinsey both homered with long shots over the 325 foot NC fence. Incidently, this was the same Matt Kinsey that beat the CCSS All-Stars 23-21 in February 2016 on this very same field, with a walk-off three run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning .  Following the game, both teams attended an "after party" at the home of Lisa and Jim Lyle. Thanks to Jim for his generous support of the game. Also, thanks to the many volunteers, players and contributers who made this memorable event possible. Bob Schreyer

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Bennis scores in the 1st inning    CCSS Umps, MeKeel, Sullivan, Carchietta, Brunetti    Managers Dave VanSleet and Jim Lyle         Bob Lehman singles to center for Team Florida

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                                                                              NC Park flag at half mast in honor of Las Vegas shooting victims

10/3/17:             North Collier Park re-opens following three week shutdown........

NC Park re-opened yesterday after a three week closure. Especially note worthy was the park's American flag at half mast in honor of those who died in the LasVegas shooting rampage. We all pray for the victims and their families.

         Phil with John Fricke and John Ketterman on opening day at CCSS                                                Phil with Team Gipson (front row, 4th from left)

                                                                              Irma-geddon!

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                                                            Tree cut up                                                                                                                 Debris piled up in road

9/19/17: Irma Closes Park.....North Collier fields are shut down Tuesday and probably Thursday as well. There was a sewer backup in the inner field house bathrooms and the good news is it did not backup into the outer bathrooms. Collier water must be boiled before using. There is a police command center in the parking lot. Outside of a few downed trees and the water issue, the fields should be playable. The schools will not open until next week as many were used as shelters, so unfortunately opening the county parks is a lower priority. PS: The equipment shed is intact.  BS

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                                                                                                                    Police command center at NCRP

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  The  "Flamingo" flea market and hundreds of homes (Bonita Beach Road across from Home Depot) are flooded by the Imperial River

9/18/17:  All Collier Parks Still Closed.....Park used as shelter and command post, 36% still without power. Will post pictures when I can get to NCRP.

9/6/17:                                     As Irma approaches, the guys....play ball!

As Irma approaches, the guys (photo below) took time out from hurricane prep to play 2 games today.  "Nothing keeps us away from the ballpark" said an exuberant Tols Mihailoff following his big win today, one of few, over Team Schreyer. The park was closed after the games today as NCP prepared for the storm. Be safe all, God bless!! See you next week. 

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8/29/17:  Imagine this?....Now YOU too can look like Jeff in the official CCSS T-Shirt!

                                     Order yours today while supplies last!   

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  To order, see Jeff Frey or John Moll. Available in all sizes. Red, light blue, dark blue.  (No guarantee to look or play like Jeff) BS

8/22/17                                               Happy Birthday Charlie Leach


Charlie Leach turned 89 today and went 3 for 3 on the day! At an after-the-game party, the guys (pictures below) celebrated with a red velvet cake courtesy of Gary Raimondo. Charlie loved the singing and cake and is already looking forward to next year...."I'll go 4 for 4 when I'm 90 and hit a homer for good measure."  Happy Birthday Charlie and many, many more!! Note: Charlie was a bit winded after blowing out 89 candles.

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8/15/17:                                                              Dog days of August?.....no matter.....


the CCSS "boys of summer" played 2 games today despite 90+ degree hot, humid weather. The fans were a bit sparse as Jean Sudano and "Louie" the dog looked on. Ned Bentz, as usual put together competitive teams and the scores were close at games end. John Truitt, who will get another knee at month end, was on the field calling balls and strikes. John Bennis crushed a long home run against Tommy "Kid" Fazio as Tom settled for a tie.......after the game, Fazio boasted about his winning(?) percentage of .265. In the other game, Mark "Slugger" Lauer took a tough defeat 14-13 against winner Gene Gilvey. Third basemen Gary Raimondo claimed "we would have won the game if not for some 'shoddy' fielding." After the game, there was plenty of tail-gating as Martin Rodrigues and Bob Nelsen passed out pineapple and starfruit.  See photo below.

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                                                                         The guys showed up to play on a hot day at North Collier Park

New "strike board" proves to be a big hit! CCSS began using a new wooden strike board (photo right) thanks to the efforts of Jeff Frey, Rich MeKeel and Rich Lowery. Player Rep Rich Strodoski stated "even a blind man can now umpire, you can hear a strike from center field."  Also, a larger CCSS storage shed (below) was recently added located on an outside wall at North Collier Park.

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  December 2016:

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2/20/17: Ted Todd recently sponsored "An Evening with the Red Sox 2017" CCCS guys pictured are: Norris Kruse, Kevin Loftus, Rich Strodoski, Paul Welch, Gary Bowers, Conrad Madaleno, Tom Turton, Mark "Slugger" Lauer, Larry Witherby.  Thanks Ted! Go Yankees

             Ryan Bennis receives 2016 "Airman of the Year/Special Operations" Award

8/25/16: The Pentagon, Washington DC. In a recent ceremony, Ryan Bennis received the 2016 "Airman of the Year/Special Operations award presented by Lt. General John Raymond, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, USAF, Washington DC. In addition, Ryan received three Heroism Awards and the Purple Heart for his bravery in Afghanistan. He was promoted to Staff Sergeant and resides at Pope Airfield, North Carolina. Congratulations Ryan we are very proud of you!

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                                                                                                                                                                         Ryan Bennis receives award from Lt General John Raymond

                                                    2017 Tournament Action

9/28/17: LasVegas: The "Center for Sight" 85's, led by veteran Al "Kid" Murray, beat Jimmy's Legends in a come from behind best of 3 final. Down a game, Murray's team took two straight from "Jimmy's" winning the final 19-6. Al is a 24 year veteran of CCSS and recent SSUSA Hall of Famer. Congratulations Al and Center for Sight.

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9/27/17: Las Vegas NV: CCSS congratulates Triple Crown winners "Venom", in the 70's Major Plus bracket and "NJ Hitmen", in the 65's Major bracket. Both teams won the Eastern Championships in Releigh NC, the National Championship in Las Vegas, and the Masters World Championship also in Las Vegas (team photos below).  CCSS "Venom" players are Tols Mihailoff, Pete Takos and Bob Schreyer. CCSS NJ Hitmen players are Carl Nocera, and Bill Velto. The Vegas SSUSA tournament is especially known for the $20 million "Field of Dreams" featuring softball parks modeled after Yankee, Red Sox, Angel, Dodger and Cub major league parks.

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                               Triple Crown winner "Venom"                                                                                                   "Field of Dreams" front gate

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                                 Field Of Dreams "Fenway Park"                                                                                                            "The ball seemed bigger in Vegas"

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                                                                                          "New Jersey Hitmen," Triple Crown Winners, 65' Majors

8/6/17-Raleigh NC: Team "Hollis" won the 60 Major Plus SSUSA Eastern Regional Crown.

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8/3/17-Raleigh NC: Team "Venom" won the 70 Major Plus SSUSA Eastern Regional Crown.

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7/29/17- Yonkers, NY: The Christian Federico Memorial Tournament, held in honor of Lou's late son, took place this weekend and several CCSS guys participated. The team, sponsored by Ted Todd, and captained by Larry "Most Interesting Man" Toglia placed 3rd out of 10 teams....not bad for a bunch of old men! Pictured below (left to right) Bill Velto, Bob Lehman, Lou Federico, Joe Romeo, Bruce Dwoskin, Larry Toglia.

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7/23/17- Dalton, Ga: "Hollis", captured the SPA World 60's Major Plus crown. CCSS's Jeff Frey and Norm Edwards led the team to victory.

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July 2017 Quad Cities, Iowa - Several CCSS guys played in the SSUSA "Quad Cities"  70's tournament and took time out to pose in attached photo. Bowers and Jenkins won the tournament while Douglas and Felver finished second.

Front: Rich Douglas, "Rocky" Blaschke. Rear:

John Fricke, Gary Bowers, Jack Felver, Jim Jenkins

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6/11/17 Knoxville, Tenn- Team Florida, led by Bob Lehman and Jim Lyle, went 4-0 to win the ISSA "Smokey Mountain Classic" taking the final from "Hollis" in the 60's Major Plus Division. Photo below.

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6/10/17 Birmingham, Al: The Chicago "Challengers" led by CCSS's George Pappas and Gary Bowers won  "gold" in the National Senior Olympics. They took the 70D1 bracket defeating teams from, TN, NJ, and SC. Picture Below.

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6/4/17  Lakeland, Fl: Following the Reno Nevada tournament, "Venom" went 4-0 to win the top 70's bracket in FHC action. In other FHC action, Team Florida, led by Jeff Frey and Jim Lyle, went 4-0 taking 1st place in the top 60's bracket.

6/1/17 Reno, Nevada: Team "Venom" defeated the California "Omen" in the SSUSA championship round to win the Major Plus 70's .

5/7/17 The Villages: In Florida Half Century action, Team "Venom" led by Dave Reed and Pete Takos, went 4-0 in the top 70's bracket, beating arch rival "The Villages" two straight for the win. 

4/2/17 Punta Gorda: In Florida Half Century action Team Ted Todd, managed by Steve Fee, won the 70's #2 bracket defeating "Blaze 70's." Collier Classics 65's, managed by Joe Romeo, lost to Team Florida (Thunder) coming in 2nd with a 3-1 record. Also in the 70's bracket, #2 seed Team Venom defeated the top seed "Villages" however lost to team "Nor Easter" thereby allowing the Villages to take 1st place for April. 

3/26/17 Lakeland: The SSUSA Spring Nationals were held at Lakeland and Winter Haven over the weekend. Hollis won the Major Plus 60's and Venom won the Majoe Plus 70's. 

3/5/17 Tampa: In Florida Half Century action, the "Collier Classics" 65's scored 13 runs in the bottom of the 7th to stun "The Villages" 20-19 winning the bracket with a 4-0 record. Winning pitcher Mark Rennicke knocked in the tying run and Joe Romeo singled in the winning run. The "Blaze" 70's won their bracket with a perfect 4-0 record limiting the opposition to a total of 7 runs. Also, Team Florida won the top 60's bracket with a perfect 4-0 record...Congratulations to all our teams!!  

2/12/17 Auburndale, Florida. At the SSUSA Tournament of Champions completed last Sunday, Hollis Appraisals captured the 60's Major Plus championship and Venom captured the 70 Major Plus crown. Photos below.

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1/8/17 Kissimmee, Florida Half Century. It was a cold weekend with rain on Saturday and temperatures in upper 30's Sunday morning. Tournament directors stayed with the original weekend schedule however all games were "two pitch" with a 30 minute time limit.  Six teams based in the Naples area participated with four teams winning their respective brackets. Teams Venom (70's), Team Florida (60's), Team Lauer (60's), and Royal Crush (75's) won their brackets while Collier Classics (65's) and Blaze (70's) managed a close 2nd place. Congratulations to all our local players for their outstanding efforts despite adverse conditions.

                                                                                                        2016 Tournament Action

12/4/16 Lakeland, Florida Half Century State Championships. It marked the end of a 26 year run as the "Florida Legends" finished the same way they began....as winners. The team defeated long time rival "The Villages" in a pivotal game by a score of 15-1 and then defeated "Senior Moments" 25-5 to clinch the State Final.

 

It was the "last hurrah" for the Legends as the team, as of January 2017, will continue as "Florida Venom" in the FHC.  The history of the Legends is truly one of softball folklore. Founded in 1989 by Tom Pacl and Lou Giovanini, the team went on to win 108 National Tournaments  and over 100 Florida Half Century Tournaments. The Legend's FHC record of 76 straight wins and 19 consecutive tournament titles still stands.  Over 100 men played for the team with 33 inducted into the Senior Softball Hall of Fame. Pat Bidelman, the only member from the original team, managed the 2016 FHC Legends along with Cliff Stratton and Pete Takos. Pat recently spoke in Venice at a memorial service for founder Lou Giovanini noting the Legends were certainly "rich in tradition and deep in player loyality and support, enabling all to climb higher and higher....what in life could be better than that."  Pat retired from softball after Sunday's game. God bless you Pat, and all the Legends...... job well done.

 Bob Schreyer

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                                                                                                                             2016 Florida Legends

12/4/16 Lakeland: In Florida Half Century action, Team Florida went 4-0 to capture the 2016 Florida State championship in the 60's top bracket. Jim Lyle and Jeff Frey led the team with big wins over arch rival "Yard Dogs" to seal the victory. 

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10/16/16: The Villages, Florida. Hollis Apprraisals, won the 60's Division Villages Tournament with a 5-1 record. CCSS's Jeff Frey led his team beating tough competition in this annual tournament.

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9/29/16: Las Vegas, Nevada- Florida "Venom" led by Tols Mihailoff and Pete Takos, won the 2016 SSUSA World Championship in the 70's Major-Plus Division. After a shakey 0-3 start, Venom came out of the losers bracket to win 5 straight games defeating teams from Colorado, Nevada, California and Washington State (2x). Phil Grimpe and Tols Mihailoff  were awarded Tournament MVP's. Note: Sadly, Phil Grimpe (back row right, red shirt) passed away 12/2/16.

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9/23/16: Las Vegas, Nevada- Hollis Appraisals, won the 2016 SSUSA World Championship in the 60's Major- Plus Division. Led by Jeff Frey, Hollis compiled a 6-2 record winning the Triple Grand Slam: SSUSA World, Eastern Region and the USA National Championship. Congratulations Hollis!

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1/10/16 Orlando, Florida Half Century: The 70's "Blaze" team led by Dick Pagliero and Dan Balagna went 4-0 to win their bracket in week-end Florida Half Century action. 

                                                                                   The 70's  "Blaze" managed by Dick Pagliero and Dan Balagna

1/31/16 Tampa: The 2016 ISSA  World Tournament of Champions concluded Sunday with two local teams winning their respective divisions. Team "Venom" managed by Tols Mihailoff and Pete Takos won the 70's Major Division and "Hollis Appraisals" led by Jeff Frey won the 60's Major Division. Photos below. 

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                                                             Team "Venom"                                                                                                                      Hollis Appraisal

      "Wounded Warriors" Win Epic Game with Dramatic Walk Off Home Run!

Saturday 2/13/16 North Collier Park: Talk about story book endings....the "Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team" defeated the "Collier County Seniors" 23-21 in classic fashion with a Matt Kinsey, three run, come-from-behind, walk off home run. The air horns sounded and the crowd went wild as Kinsey, in his final game as a "Warrior" rounded the bases following the 400 foot winner. The game was close initially as the lead changed hands several times....at one point, it appeared the "Seniors" were finished, down 19-14 in the top of the 7th inning. Senior John Ketterman began a rally highlighted by Jeff Frey's 3 run homer and a bases clearing double by Mike Griffin......... suddenly 7 runs were on the board. It looked as if the tables were now turned on the Warriors, facing their final 3 outs down 21-19. In the bottom of the 7th, Senior-turned-Warrior John Bennis, who played with the Warriors in honor of  his wounded son Ryan, led off the inning with a triple, and quickly scored making it  21-20 Seniors. Warriors Danielle Green and Leonard Anderson both singled setting the stage for Matt Kinsey's game winning homer thereby ending all hope for a Senior victory.

 

This "once in a lifetime game" for the Collier Seniors, and all who attended, was just that...a once in a lifetime wonderful experience. On the other hand, the Wounded Warriors have played hundreds of games, yet they play each game as if it too is a once in a lifetime experience. Their respect, devotion, courage and enthusiasm in defending our freedom has certainly carried over to each and every event in which they compete. These "Warriors" are "our boys" and I am extremely proud of all of them.  Since their founding by Army Veteran Dave Van Sleet in 2011, this team has become one of the best-loved and most well-known signs of patriotic pride in the USA. Ironically, it was also Van Sleet's final game close by to where it all began with a golf outing fund raiser in Bonita Springs in April, 2011. Following those initial three games in the Washington area, the team has gone on to play in 135 cities throughout the USA. This was truly a great event......we all should be extremely proud.           MVP Warriors: Matt Kinsey. MVP Seniors: Jeff Frey. Winning Pitcher: Leonard Anderson.

This event has been in the works for the past 14 months. Following the event photos, I have attemped to acknowledge ALL who contributed.   Bob Schreyer

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                                                              Wounded Warriors and Collier Senior Teams Mix It Up along with Managers, Coaches and Umpires

    Click to See Matt Kinsey's Home Run------------------------>  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMH7tBLPtDk&sns=em

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Collier Seniors: Top, John Bennis, Bob Sponseller, Steve Kinn, Larry Witherby, Mike Griffin, Mark Piccone, Frank Galuppo, Conrad Madaleno, Mike Warren, Jim Lyle,

John Moll, Ted Todd, Rich Lowery.

Front Row: Vin Sporanza, Gary Raimondo, Bob Schreyer, Angelo Scolieri, John Ketterman, Jim Warren, Steve Fee, Bob Lehman, Gene Gilvey, Jeff Frey,

(MIA, Augie Schiavone).

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                                                                                                                Wounded Warriors announced

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                                                                                                         Wounded Warriors and Collier Seniors-pre-game ceremonies

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                                       Pastor Glen Scott provides invocation                                              Jack Felver's Paradise Coastmen sing "America the Beautiful" and "National Anthem"

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                                    Team Collier Seniors-pre game ceremonies                                  Collier Comissioner Donna Fiala and Ted Todd prepare to throw out "1st pitch"

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                                     North Collier Fire #4 raise our flag                                                                              Ted Todd joins team after delivering "1st pitch"

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                   Wounded Warriors and Naples High Girls Softball Team                         Ted Todd, Fred Carchietta, Bob Schreyer, Josh Wege, Cody Rice, Gary Raimondo

                                                                                                                                                             

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                     Warrior Josh Wege and team-mates present retiring Manager and founder Dave Van Sleet with a token of the team's appreciation

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                          Fred Carchietta takes a well deserved breather at the "Patio" restaurant in Naples after the game. Great job Fred and thank you!

Acknowledgments: Thanks to all those who made the game possible.


>The Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team with Manager and Founder Dave Van Sleet.

>Fred Carchietta and his WWAST committee, Sal Romano, Frank "Doc" Fusco, Rick Brunetti, John Bennis.

>Our sponsors:Ted Todd Insurance, First Florida Integrity Bank, Naples, Florida (Senior VP Heather Tice, Chairman Gary Tice and State Senator Garrett Richter).

>Our Donors: Two Vins Semper Fi, Dyncorp International,  The Patio Cafe, Hialeah Casino, A1 Golf Cart Express, Naples High Girls Softball Team.

>Collier Senior Uniforms supplied by Jeff Frey. 

>North Collier County Park Officials: Arik Garcia, Rick Garby.

>Collier Athletic Filed Maintenance: Don Garby, Antonio Paias, Roberto Torres.

>North Collier Fire #4.

>Pastor Glen Scott.

>Jack Felver's Paradise Coastmen.

>Pre-game1st Pitch: Collier Comissioner Donna Fiala and Ted Todd.

>Umpires: Rich MeKeel, Al Murray Joe Domet, Rick Brunetti, Pat Sullivan and Fred Carchietta.

>Drivers: Max Hurt, Carmelo Alioto, Tom Gardner, Joe Miccio.

>Traffic Control: Ed Manto, Tom Sikorsky, Steve Daniel.

>Our Team Manager: Frank Galuppo.

>Our Team Coaches: Bob Sponseller, Steve Fee, Mike Warren, Conrad Madaleno, Angelo Scolieri.

>Thanks to our fantastic and entertaining announcer and play-by-play man: Bill Banfield.

> Food Vendors at NC Park.

> All those who attended and participated in this event.

>The Collier County Senior Softball Team. 

Thanks to all for we are truly blessed!  Bob Schreyer

3/6/16- Lakeland, Florida Half Century: Action this past weekend saw the "Collier Classics" managed by Ed Steele and Joe Romeo, upset the reigning State Champion "Thunder" and go on to take the top 65's bracket with 3-1 record. Mihailoff's "Thunder" hampered by injuries, and after losing a close opening game, said this: "my farm team played well and deserved the win." Mark Rennicke and Bruce Dwoskin stood out for the Classics. In other FHC action, the "Blaze" led by Dick Pagliero and John Truitt, won the 70's bracket with a 3-1 record. Blaze beat "Beach Boyz" in the opener 12-11 in what turned out to be the decisive game. Pitcher Rusty Clukey was credited with all 3 wins.

4/4/16 "Wounded Warrior" Update- Looks like a new WW team formed called the "Louisville Slugger Warriors" 

.........see Softball Magazine article. click next line   

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4/10/16- Winter Haven, SSUSA Spring National Tournament: Team "Venom" led by GM Pete Takos and Field Manager Tols Mihailoff took the 70's Major Plus bracket with a 5-0 record. The team, behind  strong hitting by Larry Sample, Vince Malograno, Mike Marcum, Clyde Smith and Ed Sparkman, scored 124 runs while the defense yielded just 34 runs with key double plays by Sample, Marcum and Terry O'Donnell. Pitchers Tols Mihailoff and Clyde Smith got credit for the wins.

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                                                                                                                           Team "Venom"

                               Larry Toglia wins "Most Interesting Man" contest........

5/5/16: CCSS's Larry Toglia won the "Most Interesting Man in the World" look-a-like contest for Cinco de Mayo held at Miromar outlets. After his big win, Larry said this: "I don't often drink beer, but when I'm really thirsty, I drink plenty of lemonade." Congratulations Larry!  Bruce Dwoskin also entered the contest but was not in the running.

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                                                                                                     Larry Toglia (right) pictured with runner-up

5/14/16- Pensicola, SPA Qualifier: Team "Venom" won its 3rd straight tournament going 7-0 in a highly competitive 9 team combined 65AAA/70 Major bracket. Venom defeated tough teams from Georga, Alabama and Florida, beating the Florida "Mustangs" 9-5 in the final game. Pitchers Tols Mihailoff and Clyde Smith gave up a total of 55 runs while the offence scored 127 runs. Vince Malograno, with an on base percentage of .913, was awarded MVP for the 3rd straight tournament! Congratulations to GM Pete Takos and Field Marshall Tols Mihailoff.

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                                                                                                                                        Team Venom

7/17/16- Columbia, Missouri: The "Red Weir" team won "Gold" in a Super 65' tournament held recently in Columbia, Mo. The team was led by CCSS star players Gary Bowers and pitcher Norris Kruse. Congratulations guys!

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7/30/16-Yonkers, New York: The annual Christian Federico Memorial Tournament, in honor of Lou's late son Christian, took place Saturday with 28 teams competing in a one-pitch, winner-take-all tournament.  Team "CCSS",  sponsored by Ted Todd, fielded many of our CCSS stars, along with several friends of Larry Toglia.  The CCSS players included Lou Federico, John Bennis, Tom Sikorsky, Bruce Dwoskin, Larry Toglia, Bill Velto, and Ted Todd with shirts supplied by Jeff Frey. The CCSS team had a record of 1 win and 1 loss when heavy rain ended the tournament.

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                   Board Members, Meeting Minutes, CCSS Constitution, Softball Manual

Board Of Directors:

Dan Balagna- Commissioner

John Moll-       Treasurer

Bob Schreyer- Secretary

Ned Bentz-      Director Pickup Games

Greg Gargan-  Director Safety

Stew Casterline- Director Majors

Carmelo Alioto-Director AAA

Mark Piccone- Director AAA

Bob Lehman-  Director Majors

 

2015 Board Meeting Minutes

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Finacial as of 10/15/15

2016 Board meeting Minutes

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2016 Annual Meeting Minutes

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2017 Board Meeting Minutes

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Constitution

                            2017

ccssconstitutionasamended2-26-15.pdf

CCSS 2018 Softball Manual

2018colliercountyseniorsoftballmanual.pdf

                                                                                         Let's not forget our former players........

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       Vince Gatto

       RIP 9/2017

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                         Sheliea Gave                       Bobby Fisher                                     Warren Ziehl                                       Phil Grimpe                                    Phil Petrone

                         RIP 5/14/16                           RIP 3/2/16                                        RIP   7/17/16                                      RIP 12/2/16                                      RIP 9/19/17

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                        Gerry Felician               Jim Kirby                 Ray Fitzpatrick                 Jim Parejko                  Robert Gerardi                   Dan Caceres

                        RIP 7/29/15                  RIP 2/26/14                  RIP 5/9/14                   RIP 11/29/13                 RIP 11/13/09                     RIP  9/23/14