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Jarvis Quenga (Bud Light Guam 40)

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Citrus Heights, CA

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, Sept. 24, 2012
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Evoshield and field general gloves

I just got the 13" one a couple of weeks ago. Haven't done the oil & oven break-in method yet. Price went up $10 because they are using a newer leather. I'll be using it when I pitch.
, Sept. 13, 2012
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Evoshield and field general gloves

First swing with my 27 oz. balanced at the SAC Complex last night was a HR. So far, 5 swings and 5 hits! Doesn't FEEL different than any other of my other SENIOR (Black & White Centenarians, Senior Gear, REEBOK Melee EL or BAL, & gray MIKEN Ultra II) bats. Let's just hope the AMBUSH can last a whole season with my 5'10" 190 lb. body swinging it!
, Sept. 8, 2012
Q19
Topic: Women's softball
Discussion: Is there a 55+ over league in nor cal

Check out http://www.gsscs.org/

They are some females that do play in the leagues.
, Sept. 8, 2012
Q19
Topic: Players looking to join a team
Discussion: Vegas Player looking for a tourney team

Ed Burke! How you doing? I remember you. Hope you get on a team youngster. I'll be there in Vegas with my Major + team - East Bay Oldies. See you then. "Q"
, Aug. 24, 2012
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Any Reviews on the UltraII USA model SPU2P

Bought one (27 oz.) late last year and just got a little crack last week at the NCSSA States in Manteca. Didn't take very long to break in and was only used during tournament play. Putting it away for now and will probably DEMOLISH it in Vegas. Now, got to go to the bag and decide what to use for now: REEBOK Melee Balanced or Endloaded, COMBAT Black or White Centenarian, Senior Gear, or Red Short Barrel Endload, and a 2011 WORTH XXX. Game on!
, Feb. 5, 2012
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: MrBill29

I have a DEMARINI "The One" senior bat (27 oz.). Has pop like all the other senior bats I have. Haven't used it much. A rep had told me they got 4 to try out and all of them broke with the longest one lasting about 150 or so swings. I have less than 100 on mine with no gametime swings. In my bag: MIKEN Ultra II USA & MaxLoad (red), COMBAT Centenarian/Senior Gear/Red EL, WORTH Toxic XXX and 454, REEBOK Balanced and EndLoaded. All are 27 oz. Broke one black MIKEN Ultra II last year.
, Jan. 7, 2012
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Veterans

USAF 1978-1998

3702 BMTS, Flight 342, Sep-Nov 1978

Lowry AFB, Denver, CO Nov 78 (645X0)
March AFB, California 1978-80
Andersen AFB, Guam 1980-83
Sheppard AFB, TX 1983 (Retrained into 306X1)
Kelly AFB, TX 1983-85
Keesler AFB, MS 1985 (Retrained into 2E1X1)
Eglin AFB, FL 1985-1989
Osan AB, South Korea (1988-89, 1-yr. remote tour)
Andersen AFB, Guam 1989-1992
McClellan AFB, California 1992-1998

My dad PSG Johnny Cruz Quenga, KIA Vietnam June 25, 1967, US Army 11B40.
Brother Johnny (Oh My - Fresno) US Army 1976-1998
Brother Patrick US Army 1991 - Currently serving
Son Jason USMC 2005-2009
Son Matthew entering US Navy bootcamp on Jan. 12th, 2012.

Hoo ah!, Ooo Rah! and all that!
, Dec. 28, 2011
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: WHAT TEAM DOES EVERYONE PLAY FOR

East Bay OLDIES (50 Major Plus last 2 years) since my rookie year '09. Any other CHAMORROs out there playing on the senior circuit besides my brother Johnny (Oh My - Fresno)and I?

Jarvis QUENGA, a.k.a. "Q"
, Dec. 5, 2011
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What sport consisted of your athletic career?

Started my athletic career when I was 9 back in 1969 playing Little League baseball down in Chula Vista, CA. My first team was the Crewcuts (team picture on my Facebook page) in Minors and then followed my older brother Johnny (Oh My - Fresno)through the Major & Senior leagues achieving All-Star status as a 12-,14-,and 15-year old as an outfielder/pitcher. Oh yeah, my PARKVIEW Little League won the World Series in 2009. I only got as far as Sections in the Majors. Played high school baseball for 3 years (JV MVP '76) and played 3rd string defensive back for the football team in my senior year. Joined the Air Force in 1978 and retired in 1998, along the way playing slowpitch for various squadrons and base teams. Player/Coach for the Miller Lite All-Stars (AF, Navy, Marines) on Guam from 1990-92. Arrived in Sacramento in 1992 playing for the McClellan Jets until I retired in '98. Went to work for Dept. of Corrections and have been on the law enforcement circuit since '99. Dislocated my throwing shoulder back in '83 while playing flag football as the QB and Safety. Did it while pulling a flag. Suffice to say, sat out for a couple of years then came back playing as a pitcher, 2nd & 1st base. Highest level ever played was the ASA Class C Nationals in Midland, TX in '93. Played with Scott's in ASA 40+ Nationals play and have been with the East Bay Oldies since '09.
, Dec. 2, 2011
Q19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Winter Worlds Las Vegas

50 Major - Worth 50's

Avenue Towing took 50 AAA with San Antonio Softball Club in second, Who Cares (3rd) & Oh My - Fresno (4th).

NorCal Reds took 55 Majors.

60 Platinum - No Dice

Got some of this off an older post.


"Q"
East Bay Oldies (4th)

, Nov. 24, 2011
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Combat Centenarian Senior Softball Bat. Fully Loaded - durability?

Have a 27 oz. balanced. Broke my black MIKEN Ultra II this year. Second one in two years. In my bag now (2011 WORTH Toxic XXX, 2012 Worth 454, COMBAT Senior Gear, Maroon Short Barrel, Centenarian, REEBOK Melee Legend balanced & end loaded, DEMARINI The One 26 oz., MIKEN Ultra II Maxload, 2012 Ultra II (Made in the USA)). All are SENIOR 27 oz. except as noted. Used the COMBAT Senior Gear last weekend at the Winter Worlds. Usually stay with one bat until it breaks. Probably have about less than 150 swings on the Centenarian. Has POP like the other senior bats in my bag.
, Nov. 24, 2011
Q19
Topic: Product review
Discussion: pitchers shin guards and facemask

EVOSHIELD for shin & chest area. Expensive but custom molds to your body.
, Nov. 23, 2011
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: results

East Bay OLDIES finished 4th in 50 Majors & West Coast 50s (3rd), Barcelona Bandits (5th). Avenue Towing took 50 AAA with San Antonio Softball Club in second, Who Cares (3rd) & Oh My - Fresno (4th). NorCal Reds took 55 Majors.
, Nov. 20, 2011
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Looking to buy Miken UltraII Legacy.

That was Jarvis Brown you talked too. My first name is also Jarvis but I go by "Q" & my jersey number is 19 (Q19). I'll send pics once I get back to Sacramento tomorrow.
, Nov. 20, 2011
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Looking to buy Miken UltraII Legacy.

I have an 27 oz. Legacy. At Winter Worlds now. Play for East Bay Oldies. Bat is at home in Sacramento.
, Oct. 28, 2011
Q19
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Chest Protector

EVOSHIELD is the way to go. I have the wrist, chest, and shin protectors.
, Oct. 12, 2011
Q19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: 50 Major+ Worlds...OKI

If we have just 7 teams in Major Plus, we should just play round robin and best record wins the RING! Good Luck to all!
, Oct. 8, 2011
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Made in USA Ultra II

Got my 27-ouncer and was hot right out of the wrapper. Might break it out in Phoenix. Hopefully, it'll last at one full season for this 5'10, 190 pounder.
, Sept. 14, 2011
Q19
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Miken's defective bats

Just broke my Black MIKEN Ultra II this past weekend in Turlock. Almost made it through the 2011 season. Breaking out the COMBATs (Senior Gear & Centenarian) for LVSSA Masters in two weeks. Also, just ordered the 2012 WORTH 454 senior bat. Have the DEMARINI "The One" senior bat but have yet to use it in game play. Durability is an issue according to Ricky ("Barons"). He got 4 to try out not too long ago and the longest one lasted about 180 swings.
, Sept. 14, 2011
Q19
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: LVSSA Tourney Sept.30th - Oct.2nd

We hope to travel down south next year. EAST BAY OLDIES.
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