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                                 2013 Division Standings   

                                              Champions Division - ML

 Team Name



Inter Division     Record

   Over All



 Winning %

Inter League

 Winning %

   Over All

  Winning %



 Legends       2 - 1       3 - 0       5 -   1       .667      1.000        .833     
 TRF       1 - 2       0 - 0       0 -   0       .333        .000        .333     
 Tigers       0 - 0       0 - 0       0 -   0       .000        .000        .000     
 UMH       0 - 0       0 - 0       0 -   0       .000        .000        .000     


                                           Contenders Division - AAA

 Team Name



Inter League     Record

   Over All



 Winning %

Inter League

 Winning %

   Over All

  Winning %



 PVB       0 -   0       0 - 0       0 -   0       .000       .000       .000      
 NFC       3 -   0       0 - 0       3 -   0     1.000       .000     1.000    
 Redlegs       0 -   0       0 - 0       0 -   0       .000       .000       .000     
 WTP       1 -   2       0 - 3       1 -   5       .333       .000       .167     

                                               Week 3 Schedule - Friday, June 14th

   Time / Field          TLC             J & M              CC (Sun)
               8:00     TRLF vs LEG        NFC vs WTP      LEG vsWTP
               8:45     TRLF vs LEG        NFC vs WTP      WTP vs LEG
               9:15     TRLF vs LEG        NFC vs WTP       LEG vsWTP


                                                        Weekly Team Stats 

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                                      Year To Date Statistics   
                     Team Offense                         Team Defense


 Team Name








 Team Name







 Legends           9     182     20.2  Pleasant Valley Boys        9        56      6.2
 Tigers        3       40    13.3  North Fork & Chance        9        61      6.8
 Tralfamadorians        3       28      9.3  Legends        9        65      7.2
 Pleasant Valley Boys        9       79       8.8  Redlegs           9        66      7.3
 Uncle Muscles' Hour        6       52      8.7   Uncle Muscles' Hour        6        46       7.7
 Redlegs           9       71      7.9  Tigers        3        32    10.7
 Warning Track Power        9       46      5.1  Warning Track Power        9      111    12.3
 North Fork & Chance        9       38      4.2  Tralfamadorians        3        57    19.0

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              Home Runs By Team







 Legends          103    11.4  


 Uncle Muscles' Hour


 Tralfamadorians         14      4.7
 Pleasant Valley Boys




 North Fork & Chance


 Warning Track Power



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                       Player Home Runs  
     Player           Team   Total       
Jerry Driggs   Legends       45
Levi Driggs Legends         40  
Tyler Wiget Legends         20
Dave Fisher PVB       15
Ashley Flautt UMH       13   
Jarren Iles PVB       11
Brad Miller Redlegs           8
Chris Gerrard Tigers         8
Dave Page UMH         8
Kyle Uhrig Redlegs                8 
Kevin Flax Tigers         6
Maria Murray TRLF         6
Adam McGuire Redlegs           5
Doug Pelfrey TWC         5
Eric Lewis UMH         5 
Laser Shot Depugh NFC         5
Eli McKee WTP          5
Matt Cox NFC         5
Ben Davis WTP          4
Dustin Fout Tigers         4
John Kepler PVB         4
Josh Wonderleigh TRLF         4
Phil King Legends             4 
Travis Rinehart Redlegs           4 
Aaron Flax Tigers         3
Blake Rinehart Redlegs           3
Dustin Weaver TRLF         3
Gabe Fisher PVB         3
Ryan Holton WTP          3
Blake Lansing    UMH         2
Cody Burdett UMH         2 
Collin Hill Legends             2 
Lucas Detty NFC         2
Steve Clever NFC         2
Amos Jones TRLF         1
Eric Cox NFC         1

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     Player     Team     Totals    
Jerry Driggs Legends        79
Levi Driggs Legends           67
Tyler Wiget Legends         35
Dave Fisher   PVB        29
Jarren Iles PVB        28
Brad Miller Redlegs         22
Eli McKee WTP        20
Kyle Urigh Redlegs        19
Ashley Flautt UMH        18
Travis Rinehart Redlegs         17
Phil King  Legends        16
Dave Page UMH        15
Ben Davis WTP        14
Kevin Flax Tigers        13
Maria Murray TRLF        13
Chris Gerrard Tigers        12
Eric Cox NFC        11
Eric Lewis  UMH        10
Josh Wonderleigh     TRLF         9
Steve Clever NFC         9
Dustin Fout Tigers         8
Gabe Fisher   PVB         8
Johnny Kepler PVB         8
Laser Shot Depugh NFC         8
Aaron Flax Tigers         7
Adam McQuire Redlegs          7
Doug Pelfrey TWC         7
Cody Burdett UMH         6
Matt Cox NFC         6
Ryan Holton WTP         6
Brandon Kennedy PVB         5
Colin Hill Legends         5
Blake Rinehart Redlegs          4
Dustin Weaver       TRLF         4
Blake Lansing UMH         3
Kannon Strausbaugh WTP         3
Lucas Detty NFC         3
Aaron Davis WTP         3
Cade Harper Legends         2
Matt Crawford NFC         2
Amos Jones TRLF         1

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                           Runs Scored 
 Player     Team       Runs
Levi Driggs Legends             62
Jerry Driggs Legends             59
Tyler Wiget TWC          39
Blake Lansing UMH          14
Phil King  Legends          27
John Kepler PVB          22
Jarren Iles PVB          20
Kyle Urigh Redlegs           20
Dave Fisher   PVB          18
Brad Miller Redlegs           17
Matt Cox NFC          17
Chris Garard Tigers          14
Travis Rinehart Redlegs           14
Ashley Flautt UMH          13
Dave Page UMH          13
Kevin Flax Tigers          13
Ryan Holton WTP          13
Ben Davis WTP          12
Brandon Kennedy PVB          12
Eli McKee WTP          12
Adam McGuire Redlegs           11
Dustin Weaver TRLF          11
Blake Rinehart Redlegs            9
Doug Pelfrey TWC           9
Cade Harper Legends           8
Dustin Fout Tigers           8
Eric Lewis  UMH           8
Josh Wonderleigh TRLF           8
Maria Murray TRLF           8
Laser Shot Depugh NFC           8
Aaron Flax Tigers           7
Eric Cox NFC           6
Collin Hill Legends           5
Steve Clever NFC           5
Cody Burdett UMH           4
Gabe Fisher PVB           4
Kannon Stausbaugh WTP           4
Aaron Davis WTP           3
Amos Jones TRLF           3
Lucas Detty NFC           3
Matt Crawford NFC           2
Josh Kellough WTP           1

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                              Pitching Wins 
 Player     Team       Wins
 Jerry Driggs  Legends          4
 John Kepler  PVB          3
 Kyle Urigh  Redlegs          3
 Dave Page  UMH          2
 Eric Cox  NFC          2
 Laser Shot Depugh  NFC          2
 Phill King  Legends          2
 Aaron Flax  Tigers          1
 Ashley Flautt  UMH          1
 Brandon Kennedy  PVB          1
 Chris Garrard  Tigers          1
 Dave Fisher  PVB          1
 Jerran Iles  PVB          1
 Levi Driggs  Legends          1
 Matt Crawford  NFC          1
 Maria Murray  TRLF          1
 Travis Rinehart  Redlegs          1

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      Pitching Saves  (only for Designated Relievers) 
 Player     Team       Saves
 Levi Driggs  Legends          2

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                2013 3CWL Week 3 Series Summaries 

           As one would expect, the divisional races began to tighten in Week 3 of the 2013 3rd Capital Wiffle ball

   League season.   The schedule for this week included several very important series which may play pivotal

   roles in the final standings.   On Friday the Tralfamadorians got their season underway against the Legends

   in a redo of the 2012 COWL World Series match up on TLC field.   That same night, new comers WTP were

   seeking their first series win having won their first league game the week previous.  Standing in their way was

   the resurgent NFC, who seem to be hitting their stride and within striking distance of the Contenders Division

   title.    On Sunday WTP would gain their first experience with a 3CWL Major League team in the Legends,

   while the Redlegs battled the Contenders Division leader PVB in a contest to see who would lay claim to the

   mid season lead in the Contenders Division.

           Game 1 of the WTP / NFC scuffle took place on J&M field with WTP being the home folks.  WTP got on

   the board first in the bottom of 2, a margin which was quickly erased in the top of the 3rd by the lone HR in the]

   game, a solo by Matt Cox.   The score stayed tied into the top of the 5th when NFC played small ball and took

   advantage of a peg overthrow to score 4 runs.  WTP made got 2 men on but could not score as NFC won the

   opening game 5-1 behind the pitching of "Laser Shot" Depugh.  Game 2 was also close as NFC grabbed a 1-0

   lead in the 1st and added another run in the 3rd to lead 2-0 into the 4th.   WTP broke out behind a 2 run HR by

   Ben Davis and added 2 more with small ball.  Down 4-2, the home NFC went to work behind the bat of Steve

   Clever who crushed a 3 run HR and added 2 other RBIs in the inning for a total of 6 runs.   WTP was unable

   to mount a charge and once again fell to NFC on their last at bat.   Matt Crawford picked up the win.   Game 3

   was not as close as the first 2 as NFC played small ball to the tune of 2, 2, 3 and 2 runs to build a lead of 9-0

   into the bottom of the 4th.   WTP was able to score 3 on a 3 run dinger by Ben, but fell 9-3 in the game and

   suffered their first series sweep.  Eric Cox picked up the win on the mound.

           For the series Steve Clever led NFC with 2 HRs and 9 RBIs.  Eric Cox had an unusual series - adding 9

   RBIs on nary a HR.  For WTP, Ben was the only dinger dude with 2.   Despite being swept, WTP is getting

   better, as evidenced by losing 2 games of the series on NFC's last bat.   A clutch hit, a diving grab, a successful

   peg, at their juncture could have made the difference between victory and defeat.   As they learn the ropes and

   begin to hit more HRs WTP will breech the win column and become a frequent visitor there.

          Series 2 on Friday was the opening salvo for the newly renamed Tralfamadorians - the artists formerly known

   as the Knights.   They were without the services of star hitter Corey White, but substituted an equally dangerous

   unknown commodity in Unioto softball star Maria Murray.   As those teams who have played an opponent with

   a girl who can hit know, those solid balls travel a long way, and are alomost impossible to keep in the yard.   The

   Legends countered with a new addition also - Tyler Wiget.   With the folding of the U, and TWC not being able to

   consistently get a 3rd and 4th player, we asked Tyler to join us until a permanent home could be found for him.  I

   do not believe Tyler has missed a single game since joining the league a couple of years back, and he is generally

   the very 1st person to arrive - most of the time beating me even (which is a real trick since I live here !)

            The Legends won the flip and chose to be home team.  The weather was strange as pop up storms had left

   the air very heavy - and the wind swirling - blowing sometimes out to left, but generally in from left and across

   the field toward right.

             After holding TRLF in the top of the 1st, the Legends put 7 on the board behind HRs by Jerry and Levi. 

   TRLF broke 0 in inning 2 on Maria's 1st career HR - a 3 run shot to left.   The Legends added 3 in the 2nd

   on Tyler's 1st HR as a Legend and both teams added 3 in the 3rd on a 2nd and 3rd HR by Maria and

   additional HRs by Jerry and Levi.   Inning 4 was all Legends and Jerry and Levi hit 2 HRs and Tyler added

   his 2nd.   Josh, Dustin and Maria added HRs in the 5th but it was not enough as the Legends claimed game

   1 20-9 behind the pitching of Jerry.    Game 2 started in the same fashion with the Legends jumping out to a

   9-1 lead on a multiple HR inning by Jerry, Levi and Phill King.   Inning 2 was a replay as the Legends put up

   12 on multi run HR inning by Jerry, Levi and Tyler.   Dustin and Maria hit HRs for TRLF in the bottom of the

    3rd but the game ended via mercy rule on a 3 run dinger by Levi.   Phill picked up the win on the mound as

   Levi claimed his 2nd save of the year.   The final game was a much closer affair as early HRs by Maria and

   Josh put TRLF up 5-0 into the bottom of 2.   Jerry and Levi combined for HRs, tying the score.   Josh and 

   Maria again crushed HRs in the 3rd and after holding the Legends scoreless, led 8-5 after 3.   TRLF could

   not add to their lead and after a Legends 4 spot in the 4th on HRs by Jerry and Tyler, the Legends had reclaimed

   the lead 9-8.  TRLF turned to the small ball, scoring 3 runs to take a 11-9 lead into the bottom of the last frame.

   After a 2 run HR by Jerry to tie the game, the Legends knocked a couple of hits with 2 outs to put men on 2nd

   and 3rd with 2 outs.   Josh Wonderleigh managed to coerce Jerry into a ground out to short to send the game

   into extra innings.  In the 6th Maria crushed a 2 out - 2 strike 3 run dinger to give TRLF a 15-11 lead.   Having

   exhausted Josh's innings, Maria managed to retire Tyler on a pop out.   Phill beat out a base hit, as did Jerry

   and Levi crushed a long 3 run dinger to close the score to 15-14.   Maria closed the game out as Tyler flew out

   to the deepest part of center to end the game and steal the final game of the series..

          For the series Jerry and Levi led all hitters with 13 HRs and 23 and 19 RBIs each.  Tyler had a decent

   1st night as a Legend, crushing 5 HRs and 11 RBIs and Phill added 3 HRs and 7 RBIs.   TRLF was led by their

   newest member as Maria crushed 6 HRs to go with her 13 RBIs.  Josh followed with 4 HRs and 9 RBIs while

   Dustin and Amos contributed 3 and 1 HRs respectively.

          The final series of the week was a baptism by fire for WTP as they locked horns with their first ML foe,

   in this case, the COWL World Series champ Legends.   Giving up 3 runs, the Legends were home team on

   CC field.   WTP started in fine fashion with a solo HR off the bat of Eli McKee on the first pitch of the game.

  They added 2 more in the inning to lead 6-0.   The Legends began inching back with a 2 run HR inning by

  Jerry.   WTP added 4 more in the 2nd on a 3 run HR by Eli and staked a 10-3 lead - which quickly evaporated

  as the Legends exploded for a 15 run inning in the bottom of 2, featuring a 4 HR inning by Jerry, 3 HR go for

  Levi and 2 run HR inning for Tyler.  After holding WTP to 1 on a 3rd HR by Eli, the Legends finished off WTP

  via the mercy rule via a 3 HR inning by Jerry, 2 HRs via Levi and a solo shot by Tyler.    Game 2 was much

  closer as the Legends were much more balanced in their attack, scoring 5-3-2-3-3 respectively as WTP fell

  behind but kept plugging away, narrowing the final to 16-11 by virtue of a 5 run 5th inning, highlighted by 2-2

  run dingers off the bats of Eli and Ryan Holton.   Levi picked up the win on the mound.   Game 3 saw a 2nd

  explosion by the Legends as the score rose to 22-5 after 2 innings on 4 HR innings by Jerry and Levi,

  backed by 3 run HR innings for both.   The Legends closed out the game via the mercy rule in the 3rd with 4

  final runs via HRs by Tyler and Jerry, who also picked up the win on the mound.

           For the series both Jerry and Levi made dents in the record books, with Jerry crushing 21 HRs enroute

  to 33 RBIs.   Levi was not far behind with a 16 HR 22 RBI effort and Tyler had a very solid night with 9 HRs

  and 13 RBIs.   The total of 66 runs for the series also leaves a mark in the all-time records.   For WTP Eli

  McKee continued his improvement slugging 5 HRs and 12 RBIs in the effort while Ryan added a run.   Far

  from being discouraged, WTP is showing excellent improvement in year 1.  They had tons of base hits - with

  base runners every inning.   When they can start hitting a few dingers with men on they will begin to score

  consistently and be a handful.   Their defense is better than adequate and their pitching is solid - it was just

  one of those nights for the dynamic duo from the Legends. .      



          Upset Award of the Week   

          The surprise upset can not really be considered an upset, per se, just the stealing of a

   very important game 3 in a very important inner division clash - under difficult circumstances.

         Down 2 games to 0 nursing a 15-11 lead in the bottom of the 6th and having exhausted the

  innings of their ace Josh Wonderleigh, TRLF turned to the only player with innings left -

  newbie and 1st time player Maria Murray, to try and seal the deal against the Legends.  Maria

  began the inning getting Levi to fly out to left and by grounding out Tyler Wiget to short to

  start the inning.   Phill then hit a sharp liner up the middle for a base hit and Jerry followed with

  a bb to the right field fence.   Ignoring the pressure Levi crushed a 2 out 3 run HR to left to

  tighten the score to 15-14.   Maria came thru, nursing a deep fly ball to center off the bat of

  Tyler Wiget to end the game and preserve the victory - stealing the last game of their series

  with the Legends.


                                       Herbie Strange State Farm  

                      3CWL Wiffler of the Week                                     Return to Top


                                                                    TBD by Commisioners




    Game Scores  (Home team on top)                                                                               Return to Top 

  WTP    0-1-0-0-0 = 1                              
 NFC     1-0-1-6-X= 8                                    WTP   0-0-0-3-0= 3                       
  NFC     0-0-1-0-4=  5                                WTP    0-0-0-4-0=  4                                    NFC    2-2-3-2-0= 9  
  WP –  Laser Shot Depugh                       WP – Matt Crawford
                                   WP –  Eric Cox   
  HRs -Matt Cox NFC(1)                          HRs -Steve Clever NFC(1)                         HRs -Steve Clever NFC(1) 

                                                                              Ben Davis WTP(1)                                       Ben Davis WTP(1)  


  Legends   7-3-3-7-X= 20                          TRLF       1-2-2 =    5                                   Legends   0-5-0-4-2-3= 14           
  TRLF       0-4-3-1-1  =  9                          Legends   9-12-3= 24                                  TRLF        3-2-3-0-2-4= 15
  WP –  Jerry Driggs                                  WP –
Phill King                                            WP – Maria Murray

  SP –  Levi Driggs                                     SP –  Levi Driggs  
  HRs - Jerry Driggs LG(4)                       HRs - Levi Driggs LG(6)                            HRs - Josh Wonderleigh TR(3)     

             Levi Driggs LG(4)                                    Jerry Driggs LG(6)                                     Maria Murray TR(2)    

             Tyler Wiget LG(2)                                    Tyler Wiget LG(4)                                       Jerry Driggs LG(4)    

             Maria Murray TR(3)                               Phill King LG(4)                                           Levi Driggs LG(3)  

             Josh Wonderleigh TR(1)                          Dustin Weaver TR(2)                                 Phill King LG(1)    

             Dustin Weaver TR(1)                               Maria Murray TR(1)                                 Tyler Wiget LG(1)  


  Legends   3-11-7-2-X= 24                        WTP         5-2-4-0-0= 11                                 Legends   7-5-0-14= 26           
  WTP         6-0-5-0-0=   11                         Legends   1-8-3-4-0= 16                                 WTP         6-0-0-0  =  6
  WP –  Jerry Driggs                                  WP –  Levi Driggs
                                         WP – Jerry Driggs  

  HRs - Jerry Driggs LG(9)                       HRs - Levi Driggs LG(4)                              HRs - Jerry Driggs LG(8)     

             Levi Driggs LG(5)                                    Jerry Driggs LG(4)                                        Levi Driggs LG(7) 

             Tyler Wiget LG(3)                                    Tyler Wiget LG(4)                                         Tyler Wiget LG(2)            

             Eli McKee WTP(3)                                  Eli McKee WTP(2)                                        

                                                                               Ryan Holton WTP(1)    























           Make up games on Sunday night were led by a Contenders Division face off between league leader PVB

   and 2nd place Redlegs on TLC field with the wind blowing out to center / left with PVB being the home team.

   Game 1 was close as expected, with PVB staking a 1-0 early lead on a Jarren solo shot.  The Redlegs

   retaliated with 5 in the 2nd on a 3 run blast by Travis Rinehart and a 2 runner by Brad Miller.   After holding

   PVB scoreless the Redlegs added another run in the top of the 3rd on an Adam McGuire solo shot.   Trailing

   6-1 PVB got going in the bottom of the 3rd on HRs by Dave and Jarren for a tally of 4.   The Redlegs struck

   back with a 2 run HR by Travis in the 4th and PVB knotted the score at 8 with solo shots by John and Dave.

   The Redlegs reclaimed an 11-8 lead with some nifty small ball in the top of the 5th.  PVB scored 2 runs with

   a single out and had the tying run on 1st, but could not strik again as the Redlegs closed them down behind

   the arm of Kyle Uhrig to take the series opener.    Game 2 was just as close as both teams had scored 1 into

   the 3rd.  PVB led off their inning with 8 runs, keyed by 2 HRs by Jarren and another by Dave.   The Redlegs,

   undaunted, struck back for 6 runs of their own on a 3 run dinger by Adam McGure and a solo by Kyle.  

   Inning 4 was a wash with both teams scoring 3 - PVB on an HR by Dave and the Redlegs on a 2 run bomb by

   Adam.   PVB took a 1 run lead into the 5th and added 2 crucial runs on a 2 run blast by Jarren - the difference

   in the game as the Redlegs scored 3 runs on HRs by Adam and Travis and were finally shut down with the

   tying run on 2nd and winner on 1st.   John Kepler took the victory in the 14-13 win.   The rubber match did

   not turn out as close as the previous 2 as HRs by Jarren and Dave in innings 1 and 2 and goose eggs by the

   Redlegs resulted in a 7-0 lead for PVB.  The Redlegs did add a solo HR in the 3rd by Brad but PVB sealed

   the game with 5 more in the bottom half on a 3 run bomb by Jarren.   The Redlegs did manage a run in the

   5th but fell to Brandon Kennedy 12-2 in the rubber match.

          For the series Jarren led all hitters with 7 HRs and 19 RBIs while Dave added 5 and 8.   John added 3HRs

   to accompany his 4 RBIs.   For the Redlegs Adam crushed 4 HRs and 5 RBIs, Travis had a good night with

   3HRs and 8 RBIs while Kyle and Brad each had 2 HRs and 6 and 8 RBIs respectively.


  Redlegs   0-5-1-0-2-3= 11                        PVB         1-0-8-3-2= 14                                 Redlegs   0-1-0-0-1= 2                      
  PVB         1-0-4-3-0-2= 10                        Redlegs   1-0-6-3-3= 13                                 PVB         3-4-5-0-X= 12      
  WP –  Kyle Uhrig                                     WP – John Kepler
                                         WP – Brandon Kennedy
  HRs - Travis Rinehart RL(2)                 HRs - Jarren PVB (3)                                   HRs - Jarren PVB (3)             

             Brad Miller RL(1)                                   Dave Fisher PVB (2)                                     Dave Fisher PVB (1)   

             Adam McGuire RL(1)                             John Kepler PVB (1)                                     John Kepler PVB (1)     

             Jarren PVB (2)                                         Adam McGuire RL(3)                                   Brad Miller RL(1)        

             Dave Fisher PVB (2)                               Kyle Uhrig RL(2)                                           

             John Kepler PVB (1)                               Travis Rinehart RL(1)