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2016 Atlantic Coast Championships Draws Record 84 Teams

June 1, 2016

LOUNDOUN COUNTY, VA – The 10th annual Atlantic Coast Championships drew a record 84 teams here May 10-15, making it one of the largest qualifiers east of the Mississippi River. Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park and Potomack Lakes Sportsplex played host to the ACC.

There were a number of teams from outside the Atlantic region, with states such as Colorado, Arizona, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio and Florida being well represented along with the usual suspects from Virginia, Maryland and the Northeast.

Twelve TOC Bids were earned at the Atlantic Coast. The winning teams were Motown Magic Bachelors (Women’s 40), Team USA (40/50 Platinum), Elmwood Sports Center (40/50 Gold), Roadhouse Blues (50AAA), Jackson Merchants (50/55 Silver), Omega IT Services (55 Platinum), Spring Ford (60 Silver), JG Drywall (60 Major), High Street Bucs (65 Platinum), Athletic Outlet/Travato (65AAA), Bostonian 70’s (70AAA), Pittsburgh Gold (75 Gold).

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Atlantic Coast Championships All Tourney Players Named

2016 Atlantic Coast Championships All Tournament Players:

Men’s 40/50 Platinum: Team USA: Mike Allegretti, Mike Dill, Ernie Donaldson, Charles Smith, Jay Tapman

Men’s 40/50 Gold: Elmwood Sports Center: David Anderson, John Kilcoyne, Humberto Montalban, Bob Sobolisky, George Troupe;  BH Maintenance: Kenny Akers, John Brown, Jeff Cesenaro, Kelly Woolf;

Men’s 50AAA: Roadhouse Blues: Gene Belanger, Mark Iorio, Rich Kaminski, Clair Kibler, Jeff Rowe; Central Penn Caveman Softball: Bryan Kratzer, Scott Linn, Luke Melhorn; Team 757: Maurice Dawson, Adrian Dixon, Barry Gray, George Shelby

Men’s 50/55 Silver: Jackson Merchants: Jerry Cox, Robert Johnson, Chris Rankin, Doug Reska, Jeff Toburen

Men’s 55 Platinum: Florida Automated Shade 55: Jeff Farney, Kurt Musial, Jimmy Nelson. Joe Varacchi Jr.; Scrap Iron Rocky Mountain Thunder: Jack Donnelly, Chris McTigue, Michael Mouton

Men’s 60 Major: JG Drywall: Ricky Catalogna, James Daley, Jim Jones, John Moore, Mike Wingard; Promotion Softball: Bill Linnehan, Mike Menzer, Dave Szwec

Men’s 60 Silver: Spring Ford: Bob DiCarlo, Benn Miller, Tom Schwalm, Joe Sharp, Bob Woody; Syracuse Cyclones: John Dziura, Gary Lasko, Jim Ranucci

Men’s 65 Platinum: High Street Bucs: Jesse Bare, Larry Householder, Bill Macuch, Bill Redman, Frank Scotto; HermTech: Dave Hawkins, Jeff Hitt, Frank O’Neill, Tom Tashea; Hamel Builders/Superior Senior Softball: Danny Ballard, Phil Biedronski, John Davide

Men’s 65AAA: Syracuse Cyclones: Bob Darnell, Paul Ibert, Steve Johnson

Men’s 70AAA: Bostonian 70’s: Ed Finnegan, Dave Joseph, Ray LePage, Tom Nicholson, Mike Russillo, Ted Wess; Ed Hamels: Herb Ballard, Lou Lussi, Gary Krause, Geno Pinkney

Men’s 75 Gold: Pittsburgh Gold: Ray Grove, Walter Hunter, Jack Leone, Ed Morrison, Ray Worrell; Bailey Talent Cavaliers: Joe Johnson, John Medford, Bruce Remick

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