Windsor Chiefs Baseball Team

Windsor Chiefs Baseball Team

NATIONAL CHAMPION TEAM RECOGNITION AWARD – 2007 The Board of Directors recognized the Windsor Chiefs Baseball Teams of 1982, 84, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91.   CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1982 WINDSOR CHIEFS Front Row (L to R): Dave Fitzpatrick, Angelo Fantuz, Leo Paul “Punky” Bracken, Jerry Haskell, Kevin Paradis, Mike Cooper, Greg Filipov – Bat Boy, Don Hollerhead, Dave Cooper, Ris Massetti Back Row (L to R): John Upham – Manager, John Filipov – Coach, Mike Willson, Tom Valcke, Rick Lindquist, Larry Leclair, Jeff Buchanan, Rick Joyal, Pat Hickson, Mike Price, Dennis McKeegan, Sam Haidy, Joe Ivan, Rob Murphy Note: Sam Haidy, Joe Ivan, Ris Massetti – did not compete at Canadian Championships   CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1984 WINDSOR CHIEFS     Team Members: Al Bernacchi, Leo Paul “Punky” Bracken, Jeff Buchanan, Dave Cooper, Mike Cooper, John Ivan, Andy Lappalainen, Larry Leclair, Rick Lindquist, Rob Murphy, Tom Nelson, Kevin Paradis, Ed Petryschuk, Bill Reade, Kyle Rudling, Steve Vorkapich, Mike Willson   Player/Manager: Don Hollerhead Player/Coach: Tom Valcke General Manager: Jock Papineau         CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1986 WINDSOR CHIEFS Front Row (L to R): Pat Dumouchelle, Mike Willson, Larry Leclair, Chris Smeeton, Steve Vorkapich – Coach, Rick Lindquist, Jim Holmes, Rob Murphy, Tom Valcke – Manager, Renzo Anzolin – Coach Back Row (L to R): Shawn O’Keefe, Greg Reh, Ritchie Coughlin, John Ivan, Dave Cooper, Tom Nelson, Kevin Paradis, Paul Rutckyj, Kyle Rudling, Jerry Haskell, Mike Cooper, Jeff Buchanan, Leo Paul “Punky” Bracken, Jock Papineau – General Manager   CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1988 WINDSOR CHIEFS Front Row (L to...
Walkerville Chicks 1929 Ontario Senior Baseball Champions

Walkerville Chicks 1929 Ontario Senior Baseball Champions

The Walkerville ChicksTeam of 1929 had an 18-2 record, winning 13 games without a loss to teams, from Galt, St.Thomas, Niagara Falls,and Toronto. In competition with Michigan and Ohio teams their record was 5-2. Vern DeGeer, Sports Columnist for the Border Cities Star wrote, “A record that compares with anything any Canadian Senior AmateurTeam has been able to place in books in years”. There was no National Amateur Baseball Championship in 1929. However, the Board of Directors agreed that the Walkerville Chicks, the Senior Ontario Baseball Champions were deserving and should be honoured for their contribution to our sports heritage. The sponsor of the team was Thomas D. Chick, Manager Gordie Fuller, and Coach Tony Dugray. The players and coaches were Horace Atkin, ‘Boots’ Bouteiller, Bill Burnie, Silva ‘Rhino’ Cardinal, ‘Red’ Collins, Dave Dalton, AI Edwards, L ‘Spear’ Caneghie, Charlie Gatecliffe, Leo ‘Tatters’ Girard, Noah Jubenville, Tel Johnson, Bill Jordan, Dave Kay, Clarence Kennedy, Eddie Marchand, Edemo Ouellette, Leo Poupard, Dutch Schuchard, Jimmy Stewart, Herb Smith and Jack...
University of Windsor Basketball Teams

University of Windsor Basketball Teams

National Champion Team Recognition Award 2006 The Board of Directors recognized Assumption University of Windsor 1963 and the University of Windsor 1964, 1966, 1967, and 1969 Basketball Championship teams. The teams won 5 Canadian Intercollegiate Union Championships, (C.l.A.U.) in 7 years. They compiled a 52 won, 0 loss record in the Ontario Quebec Athletic Association Western Division, and a C.I.A.U. won/loss record of 10 and 0. Their overall record was: YEAR WON LOST CIAU CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 1963 23 3 Assumption Lancers over Acadia U. – 53-50 1964 22 5 University of Windsor over UBC – 94-70 1966 15 10 University of Windsor over U of Calgary – 95-83 1967 18 8 University of Windsor over UBC – 87-82 1969 17 6 University of Windsor over Waterloo Lutheran – 76-63 Overflow crowds at home and away were entertained by an up tempo style of play. Head coach Bob Samaras introduced “Blitz Basketball”, which featured quick and high scoring, forced turnovers, a variety of full and half court presses, multiple defenses, and utilizing all players. Perhaps the teams being honored are the best in the long basketball tradition, at that institution. The players who received C.I.A.U., M.V.R or All Tournament Team Honours were: 1963- Bill Brown, Jack Kelly 1964- Bob Horvath, Joe Green 1966- Marty Kwiatkowski, Angelo Mazzuchin 1967- Marty Kwiatkowski, Bob Navetta 1969- Chris Wydrinski, Sante Salvador Other notable players on the various teams were Andy Auch, Doug Brown and Jerry Bunce Bernie Friesmuth, Bill Hassett, Tom Henderson Jerry Homer, Tino Lenti, Ed Petryshyn, Mike Taranczuk Athletic Director : Richard Moriarity Coaches: Bob Samaras (Head) • Eddi Chittaro (Ass’t &...
Windsor Bulldogs 1963 Men’s Ice Hockey Team

Windsor Bulldogs 1963 Men’s Ice Hockey Team

The Windsor Bulldogs brought honour to our community in 1963 by becoming the first Windsor Ice Hockey Team to win the Canadian Senior “A” Men’s Hockey Championship – The “Allan Cup”. Two members of the team are Honoured Members of “The Hall”. Bobby Brown was inducted in 1995 and (captain)Lou Bendo entered the Hall in 1999. The “Bulldogs” record in the 1963 O.H.A. Senior “A” season was 27 wins; 12 losses and 1 tie. Their high calibre play regularly saw capacity crowds at the Windsor Arena. In order to qualify for the Canadian Senior Finals the Windsor Bulldogs accomplished the following: The team defeated Woodstock in the Semi-finals, 4 games to 1. Then they defeated the Chatham Maroons in the Regional Finals, 4 games to 2. In the Ontario Finals, they swept the best of 5 games series by defeating Noranda, in three games straight. Moncton was the opponent in the Eastern Canadian Finals and the Bulldogs won the series, 4 games to 1. In the 1963 Canadian Finals, the Windsor Bulldogs swept by Winnipeg, 4 games to 1, to capture the “Allan...
Windsor AKO Fratmen

Windsor AKO Fratmen

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM RECOGNITION AWARD CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS “The Regina Leader-Post Trophy” (The Little Grey Cup) 1952 WINDSOR AKO FRATMEN Team Members: Tony Andrejicka, George Baker, Don Ballantine, Renaldo Barbaro, Charlie Chase, Jim Cowan, Dick Davis, Bobby Dawson, Walter Doster, Lorne Dunkley, Dan Fabok, Joe Filbey, Jack Forrest, Gerald Gemus, Chuck Kett, Ted Lucas, Jim Marshall, Hugh Mayne, Neil Merritt Val Motruk, Eddie Mularchyk, Pete Murphy, John Panontin, Lou Panontin, Joel Phelps, Mike Robert, Joe Stecki, Deno Tesolin, Serge Tesolin, Chuck Vernes Coach: Al Newman Managers: Jack Smith, Bob Norwood Trainer: Frank Mousseau Dawson, Panontin, Tesolin, Barbaro Jr. ORFU Regular Season Standings W L Windsor AKO Fratmen 6 0 Kitchener-Waterloo Panthers 4 2 Sarnia Knights of Columbus 2 4 Stratford Rams 0 6 LEAGUE PLAYOFFS AKO 50 Dawson (4), Tesolin, Panontin, Lucas, Filbey Kitchener-Waterloo 1 ONTARIO FINALS in Windsor AKO 22 Toronto Parkdale Lions 16 EASTERN CANADIAN FINALS in Montreal, Quebec AKO 22 Dawson (2), Barbaro, Fabok Montreal Lakeshore Flyers 6 CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP in Windsor, Ontario Windsor AKO 15 Dawson, Lucas Edmonton Wildcats 12 ( Edmonton led 12-7 after 3 quarters ) CANADIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS “Regina Leader-Post Trophy” ( The Little Grey Cup ) 1954 WINDSOR AKO FRATMEN Team Members: Paul Almond, Roy Bielich, Ed Brecka, Don Brown, Bill Chudyk, Russ Clinansmith, Luke Daneliuk, John Finch, Bob Fletcher, Jack Forrest, Bob Irving, Zoltan Kovacs, Marv Larsen, Gene Lysay, Chuck Malott, Angus Morrison, Eddie Mularchyk, Pete Murphy, Lou Panontin, Fred Power, Zoltan Puskas, Fred Pylypchuk, Glen Rigney, Jack Sexton, George Ternovan, Roman Ursu, Jim Veitch, Murray Walker, Paul Woodman, George Wortley, Stan Young Coach: Al Newman Manager: Jack...
1946 Windsor Auto Wreckers

1946 Windsor Auto Wreckers

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM RECOGNITION AWARD Team Members: Gus Angus, Jim Carriere, Norm Cazzola, Alex Clark, Harold Dalton, Al Dumouchelle, Lefty Garant, Earl Grouix, Jeff Hillier, William Hodgins, Eaton Jones, Whitey Menard, Marcel Robinet, Bob Srigley, Roy Tourangeau Manager: Russ Nantais Business Manager: Eagle Reed Trainer: Jock Keenan CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS in London, Ontario – Double Knockout Windsor – 7 London – 2 Winning Pitcher – Al Dumouchelle Whitey Menard – 3 Hits, RBI, Roy Tourangeau – 2 Hits, RBI, Al Dumouchelle – 2 RBl’s, Bill Hodgins – RBI, Stratford – 5 Windsor – 3 Al Clark – 2 Hits, RBI, Roy Tourangeau & Bill Hodgins – RBI, Eaton Jones – Triple, Run, Windsor – 18 Brockville – 11 Winning Pitcher – Bob Srigley Whitey Menard – 4 Hits, 6 RBl’s, 3 Runs, Eaton Jones – 2 Hits, 3 RBl’s, Jim Carriere – 2 Hits, 3 Runs, RBI Roy Tourangeau – 2 Hits, 2 RBI’s, 3 Runs SEMI-FINALS Windsor – 2 Toronto – 1 Winning Pitcher – Al Dumouchelle Al Clark – 2 Hits, RBI, Eaton Jones – RBI, Run, Bob Srigley – 2 Hits, FINALS Windsor – 1 Stratford – 0 Winning Pitcher – Al Durnouchelle Bill Hodgins – RBI, Roy Tourangeau – Run, Eaton Jones – 2 Hits Windsor – 7 Stratford – 5 Winning Pitcher – Al Dumouchelle Bob Srigley – 2 Hits, 4 RBl’s, Roy Tourangeau – 2 RBl’s, Jeff Hillier & Whitey Menard -3 Hits, P Runs WORLD SERIES First Sanctioned Canadian-American (non-professional) – in Wichita, Kansas – Best of 7 Windsor vs Carmichael,...
Windsor Ford V-8’s

Windsor Ford V-8’s

CITY SERIES – Best of 5 Ford’s vs Assumption College Ford’s top scorers Assumption – 34 – Ford’s – 33 (Goldman (10) Allison(9)) Ford’s – 44 – Assumption – 31 (Goldman (15) Stewart (9)) Assumption – 48 – Ford’s – 33 (Goldman (13)Allison (7)) Ford’s – 32 – Assumption – 29 (Goldman (14) Allison (9)) Ford’s – 41 – Assumption – 33 (Stewart (12) Goldman (11) Allison (11))   ONTARIO SEMI-FINALS – 2 – Game Total Points Ford’s vs Niagara Falls Echoes   Ford’s – 41- Niagara Falls – 29 (Wiseman (12) Meretsky (8) Aitchison (7)) Ford’s – 40 – Niagara Falls – 25 (Allison (14) Meretsky (11))   ONTARIO FINALS – Best of 3 Ford’s vs Toronto Broadview Y   Ford’s – 58 Toronto – 39 (Allison (13) Meretsky (12) Goldman (10)) Toronto – 40 Ford’s – 33 (Allison(12) Goldman (10)) Ford’s – 40 Toronto – 23 (Goldman (15) Meretsky (9))   EASTERN CANADIAN FINALS – Best of 3 In Ottawa, Ontario Ford’s vs Ottawa Rangers   Ottawa – 32 Ford’s – 28 (Aitchison (11)) Ford’s – 32 Ottawa – 26 (Stewart (13) Goldman (8)) Ford’s – 33 Ottawa – 23 (Wiseman (10) Stewart (8) Goldman (8) Allison (7))   CANADIAN FINALS – Best of 5 In Windsor, Ontario Ford’s vs Victoria’s Dominoes   Ford’s – 47 Victoria – 36 (Meretsky (16) Allison (10) Goldman (8)) Ford’s – 33 Victoria – 32 (Stewart (10) Goldman (10)) Ford’s – 40 Victoria – 23 ( Meretsky (12) Stewart (10))   OLYMPIC GAMES 1936 Berlin, Germany “SILVER MEDA” WINDSOR FORD V-8’s Team Canada was comprised of 11 members of the Ford...
Windsor YMCA Arrows 1933

Windsor YMCA Arrows 1933

WINDSOR YMCA ARROWS 1933 CANADIAN JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Team Members: Elmer Bauer, Jim Benton, Ernie Ecker, Cliff Holt, Elmer Hull, George Medland, Tom Pendlebury, Jack Trotter Coach: Al Clarke Trainer: Frank Soully     WINDSOR PLAYOFFS   Arrows Top Scorers YMCA Arrows -55 Lincoln Road Crusaders – 17 Pendlebury (23)     ONTARIO SEMI-FINALS 2-Game Total Points YMCA Arrows – 34 Woodstock Trojans – 20 Benton (11) Medland (10) YMCA Arrows – 39 Woodstock Trojans – 29 Benton (11) Bauer (10) Medland (9)     ONTARIO FINALS 2-Game Total Points YMCA Arrows – 25 Toronto Lizzies – 25 Pendlebury (8) Bauer (7) YMCA Arrows – 25 Toronto Lizzies – 23 Benton (15) Bauer (4)     CANADIAN FINALS in Windsor, Ontario 2-Game Total Points YMCA Arrows – 26 Ottawa Glebe – 22 Pendlebury (12) Medland (6) Benton (4) YMCA Arrows – 35 Ottawa Glebe -17 Pendlebury (10) Medland (7) Trotter (6) Bauer (5)  ...
Windsor Collegiate 1928 Alumni

Windsor Collegiate 1928 Alumni

WINDSOR’S FIRST NATIONALLY SANCTIONED CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP SPORTS TEAM CANADIAN SENIOR MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS ” The Montreal Cup “ 1928 WINDSOR COLLEGIATE ALUMNI Team Members: Bill Butcher, Les Butcher, Eddie Dawson, Frank Dowd, Al Edwards, Gourley Howell, Clarence Kenney, Don King, Johnny Murray, Carm Wood Coach: Gord Fuller Trainer: Otto McDougall     ONTARIO PLAYOFFS 2-Game Total Points   Windsor Top Scorers Toronto Riverdale C.I. Grads – 21 Windsor Alumni – 20 Bill Butcher (9) Dowd (6) Windsor Alumni – 31 Toronto Riverdale C.I. Grads – 24 Dowd (20) Edwards (8)     ONTARIO FINALS Best of 3 Hamilton YMCA – 31 Windsor Alumni – 28 Bill Butcher (7) Edwards (6) Windsor Alumni – 32 Hamilton YMCA -17 Bill Butcher (11) Edwards (8) Windsor Alumni – 32 Hamilton YMCA -17 Edwards (10) Dawson (8) Bill Butcher (7)     EASTERN CANADIAN SEMI-FINALS 2-Game Total Points Windsor Alumni – 27 Ottawa Basketball Club – 25 Bill Butcher (9) Edwards (8) Windsor Alumni – 48 Ottawa Basketball Club – 29 Howell (14) Les Butcher (6) Wood (6)     EASTERN CANADIAN FINALS in Sackville, New Brunswick 2-Game Total Points Mount Allison U. – 22 Windsor Alumni – 20 Edwards (6) Bill Butcher (5) Windsor Alumni – 21 Mount Allison U. -17 Edwards (8) Dawson (4) King (4)     CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS in Windsor, Ontario 2-Game Total Points Windsor Alumni -29 U. of British Columbia – 23 Dowd (12) Bill Butcher (8) Windsor Alumni – 35 U. of British Columbia – 23 Edwards (13) Bill Butcher (6) King (6) Dowd (6)     Note: Bill Butcher, Eddie Dawson and Frank Dowd played for...