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May 23, 2011
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Terry McClaskey, SSUSA Great Lakes Regional Director, launched a new SSWC Qualifier in Beavercreek, OH this past weekend. Beavercreek is a suburb of Dayton. The tournament was held at the beautiful Rotary Park Softball Complex, a facility with a lot of character and which is in a bucolic setting, a valley formed by Beaver creek. Although small in numbers this first year tournament provided some great games and competition and plants the seed for future years. SSUSA expects this tournament to grow into one of their premier events in the Great Lakes area.

Congratulations go out to Terry McClaskey for his efforts in establishing a successful first year event. There were three divisions in the tournament and here are the top two finishers in each division:

1. Pfeiffer Gray Sox, MI
2. Kaiser Permanente North Coast Softball, OH

1. Indiana Legends / Columbus
2. Rochester Classics, NY

1. CBC Legends, OH
2. DeClaire Insurance Softball, OH
May 23, 2011
Men's 65
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Steve, yes this is a nice little complex & sure it was nicely run, only problem with it there was another Senior Tournamet in Dayton less than 20 miles away with 20+ teams, could of been better if they weren't the same weekend.
Both were first time tournaments and first for the Dayton area in over 20+ years.
Dayton Legends Softball Club has 6 Senior teams in the 50/55/60/65/70 age brackets.
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