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February 27, 2021


2/15/2021 6:10:00 AM
Men's Senior Softball off to a great start
Photo: Father David Vaught – Classics (left) with son Mike Vaught – Englewood Moose (right.)
Photo: Father David Vaught – Classics (left) with son Mike Vaught – Englewood Moose (right.)

The 2021 winter season of Englewood Men’s Senior Softball league got underway in January following a player entry draft that saw nearly 50 new players added to the league. “We were stunned at the turnout, given the COVID situation,” said Rudy Davis, Gold division coordinator and member of the board. “We thought we’d do well to get 25 new guys for the draft. I guess a lot of guys from up north decided those lockdowns weren’t so great and moved to Florida!” This year even saw the addition of a new player from Michigan that has resulted in a father – son duo being in the league. Mike Vaught, drafted by the Englewood Moose, is the son of David Vaught, who plays in the Bronze division. “I’ve been in the league a long time and that is a first!” stated Mike Panas, team manager for the Moose. Just two days after the draft, the first games got underway as the words “Play Ball!’ were heard. And the big bats are already out, with 6 fence clearing homeruns already registered in just the first few games in the Gold division.






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