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Discussion: Las Vegas Results

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Oct. 12, 2005
Steve
Men's 55
24 posts
Las Vegas Results
Would like some final scores and who won in Vegas, 55 Major Plus.
Stoneman, maybe you can tell me. It seemed like Florida and Recko in the finals??
Oct. 12, 2005
STONEMAN
Men's 50
535 posts
STEVEN: 55 M. PLUS.. 1) Recho(TRC) 2) Fla.(All-Stars) 3) GSK
55 MAJORS..1) D&K 2) Grimes Truck' 3) The Farm
55 AAA.. 1) IND. Travelodge 2)Gusto 3) Top Gun
Do know Bruce Cerone or Mike Denimark (zippi), from Center Ridge, long Island?
Oct. 12, 2005
E
Men's 60
21 posts
Bondy beat the Farm in the 3rd place game.
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Oct. 13, 2005
Steve
Men's 55
24 posts
Stoneman,
Not familiar with them. You probably mean Centereach or Center Moriches. I know Bruce Homis who used to frequent Vegas many yaers ago and may actually live there now. By the way, do you know any of the final scores in the 55 Major Plus???
Oct. 13, 2005
STONEMAN
Men's 50
535 posts
STEVE: The town was Centerreach. Bruce, was a 4 time small college All-American wide reciever in the late 60's. Bruce, played for many semi-pro teams, back on the east coast. I believe that Bruce, plays softball & wears a hard hat, when playing.
Mike, a.k.i., the hood & zippi, was a 2 time All-American middle linebacker, in the early 70's.Mike, was a teach back on Long Island.
The 55 M. Plus, if, game was won by the old Fregies, Remco, TRC, out of Maryland. The final score was 59 to 44. The Flordia All-Star, took 2ND. The All-Stars won the championship game 44 to 39. TRC, did not score a run in the 5th & 6th inning.
Thanks.... The STONEMAN
Oct. 14, 2005
softballer
Men's 55
560 posts
who won the 50 AAA EVENT ?
Oct. 14, 2005
xdog
5 posts
VEGAS 50+ AAA they came:
1) Palm Springs Stingers CA
2) Gubiotti Insurance NY
3) Armand's Pizza MD
Oct. 15, 2005
DoubleL10
Men's 65
834 posts
Steve-
It was Florida and Turn 2/Rekco/County Sports (TRC)in the finals. TRC had beaten Florida earlier 29-4. In the first Championship game, Florida prevailed 44-39. The IF game came down to bottom of 6, tied 44-all and TRC scored 15 to run-rule Florida. Lots of scoring and home runs.

Final Standings:
Turn 2/Rekco/County Sports (NC)
Allstate (Florida)
GSF (Golden State)
Korba Insurance (MN)
NY Statesmen
Mission Softball
Old A's
Oct. 17, 2005
barko34
19 posts
Stoneman
Bruce Cerone played left center with the Levittown Legion back in the mid '70s to early '80s. He now lives somewhere in Florida. Used to wear a helmet with "Spaceman" on it. Used to be a whiz at taking away homers on an 8 to 10 foot fence. I remember playing/coaching against Denamark in the late '70s but don't remember which team he played for.
Stevie-Sandy Brown would probably have the answer to that one. BTW, on the Phoenix trip, ask John Davide about the ball he hit in Baldwin, back around '77 or so, where Cerone climbed the fence only to have the ball take one of those "Davide dips" and land on the warning track. Only time I ever saw Bruce look bad.

Steve Barkan
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