Emily White, playing for Creekstone Inn, slides safely into third base Wednesday while playing adult coed softball against Forest Lumber.        Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Emily White, playing for Creekstone Inn, slides safely into third base Wednesday while playing adult coed softball against Forest Lumber. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Adult Coed Softball

Town Hall Sports Coordinator Richard Mozeleski gave this report on adult coed softball standings through Aug. 2.

Well, race fans, it was quite a week at Idyllwild School field. Pacific Slope is still comfortably out front of the group by a couple of lengths, with Forest Lumber and Team Ajax nipping at the heels galloping stride for stride at 7 and 2 each.

But watch out, because here comes Creekstone Inn picking up speed after coming slowly out of the gate. They came up a head on Idyllwild Arts going into the third turn with two weeks of games to go. Both are fighting to be in the money at the fourth spot. Hold your breath, folk.


Standings (July 27-Aug. 2)

Team Wins, Losses

Pacific Slope 7, 0

Forest Lumber 7, 2

Ajax 7, 2

Creekstone Inn 5, 3

Idyllwild Arts 3, 3

Perez 3, 6

Ridgeline Roofing 1, 8

Higher Grounds 0, 9


Adult Coed Soccer

In other news, Mozeleski said a much-needed rain slowed down adult soccer development Saturday, but all intentions are to keep pushing to get adult teams uniformed and playing this month. So get your individual names or teams to Richard at 909-241-2662.

Also, those wanting to be involved in coaching youth soccer, a Live Scan (required) is scheduled at Town Hall on Saturday, Aug. 16. Call 951-659-2638. There is no cost.



Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, reported on the Friday, July 17, golf tournament at The Country Club at Soboba Springs.

It was a beautiful day and the course was in excellent shape.

This was the last regular tournament of the year, and the results determined the top eight point finishers to play in a series of single-elimination stroke play tournaments during the regular tournaments for the next three months to determine the club champion.

The club champ will represent the club in the Southern California Tournament of Club Champions in December.

In this tourney, John Brower (course handicap 10), John LoGiudice (19) and Dan Slattery (26) tied for first place with net 66s. Crandall (12) and Gary Brown (13) tied for fourth with net 67s to round out the top five.

The closest-to-the-pin winners on the four par 3s were Bill Ragland on hole numbers 4 and 8, Crandall on hole no. 13 and Brown on hole no. 15.

Here are the final year-to-date point standings of the 2013-14 season that ran from August through July.


Place Golfer Points

1 John Brower 36.83

Pete Capparelli 26.75

3 Bill Ragland 23

4 Gary Brown 19.5

5 John LoGiudice 19.08

6 Jim Crandall 18.75

7 Dan Slattery 18.66

Pete Holzman 13.25

Chuck Alkire 12

tied Jerry Gabel 12

Ray Rickards 12

12 Robert Priefer 10.5

tied Ken Garelick 10.5

14 John McAndrews 9.5

15 Lee Lanfriend 8.33

16 Lev Sanford 7.5

17 Chris Kramer 6.5

18 Don DePalma 6

19 David Hiemenz 5.5

20 Jerry Daquila 5

tied Les Widerynski 5

22 Bill Mitchell 4.5

tied Barry Wallace 4.5

24 Mike Feyder 4

25 Scott Schroeder 3.33

26 Barry Zander 3

27 Dave Robb 2

28 Dale Calderon 1

29 Gary Leong .5

tied Tony Viola .5


The top eight point finishers begin the seeded playoffs in August. Number 1, Brower, will be challenged by number 8, Holzman. They will face the winner of the match between number 3, Ragland, and number 6, Crandall.

In the other bracket, Slattery, number 7, competes against number 2, Capparelli, and number 4, Brown, faces number 5, LoGiudice. The winners of these matches play off. The winners of the two brackets meet to determine the club champ.

Points are awarded at each tournament as: first place, 6 points; second place, 4 points; third place, 3 points; fourth place, 2 points; fifth place, 1 point. In addition, one-half point is awarded to everyone who participates.

The top eight-point finishers of the year go into match-play playoffs for the club championship in August, September and October. A member has to compete in at least five regular-season tournaments and have a handicap no greater than 24.4 in order to qualify for the playoffs.

The club is a member of the Southern California Golf Association and is sanctioned to establish SCGA handicaps for members.

If interested in joining the club or playing as a guest, contact Crandall at [email protected] or 951-265-5732, or Capparelli at [email protected] or 951-452-5552.