Fall 2015 Baseball Season Ends

Charles Truner, Tom Greco, Bill Dover, Marina Turner, and Cindy Dover early Sunday morning

The Fall little league baseball season concluded this past Sunday  with the “Strike Out for Hunger” tournament benefiting the Cedar Hill food pantry held on November 14th and 15th at Valley Ridge Park.  Fourteen Knights gave of their time and effort to work 4.5 hour shifts at this tournament – the last event of the year.

For the entire fall baseball season 40 Knights work at various times at 154 games and generated a record amount of gross sales.  Combined with the receipts during the Spring season, Knights again generated enough money to fund all the Councils’ activities for the year.

The baseball committee (James Smith, Mike Rumsey, Greg Warr, Andy Goza and Allen Reitmeier) wishes to thank all those who contributed to the success of the Fall baseball season.


  • Almanza, Tony
  • Castillo, Steve
  • Dybala, David
  • Greco, Tom
  • Lopez, Hector
  • Montoya, Jose
  • Perez, Agustin Sr.
  • Rarick, Ken
  • Struck, Ken



  • Araki, Jan
  • Conner, Eric
  • Espree, John
  • Gully, Russell
  • Lugo, Abel
  • Motta, Bob
  • Presas, Ramon
  • Richardson Jim
  • Russell, Jim
  • Turner, Charles



  • Balagna, Larry
  • Coy, Ernie
  • Favela, Carlos
  • Kinard, Rod
  • Luna, Mike
  • Murphy, Dan
  • Radillo, Jesse
  • Rivera, Ray
  • Salazar, Frank
  • Warr, Greg


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  • Bernal, Arturo
  • Dover, Bill
  • Fitzgerald, Mike
  • Kowalski, Jim
  • Miller, Jeff
  • Perta, Peter
  • Ramos, Mario
  • Rosales, Daniel
  • Stavinoha, Jim
  • Wright, LaDon


We had additional help from:  Cindy Dover, Joeann Perez , Joseph Perez, Sophia Luna and Marina Turner

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Bob Motta, John Espree, and Mike Rumsey waiting for the next customer Saturday morning.

baseball47It goes without saying that these Knights deserve your thanks for a job well done.  We received only positive comments about the quantity and quality of our food and service.

A reminder that our Council has an agreement with the Cedar Hill baseball Association to handle all the concession stands in Cedar Hill through the 2017 season.  With continued stellar service we should expect that agreement to be extended.