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02-18-18 01:24 PM
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San Diego Senior Softball
Dave Hunt
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San Diego, California
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Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Sat 2/17 Softball-Slowpitch Light Blue Magic: 22 - Gray Bombers: 12 8:30 AM Dana
Sat 2/17 Softball-Slowpitch Red Ryders: 10 - Navy Blue Blues Brothers: 10 10:00 AM Dana
Sat 2/17 Softball-Slowpitch Cardinal XMen: 20 - Purple Haze: 21 11:30 AM Dana
Sat 2/17 Softball-Slowpitch Royal Blue Dodgers: 21 - Green Team: 13 1:00 PM Dana

Week 1 Playoffs
8:30 Cardinal vs Royal Blue
10:00 Winner of 8:30 vs Navy Blue
11:30 Gray vs Red
1pm Winner of 11:30 vs Light Blue
(2nd team listed is the home team)
 
Please pay your dues for next season!
 
Congratulations to Purple Haze - Regular Season Champions!
   

 

Welcome to Saturday San Diego Senior Softball!

We are a senior 55 and older softball league, playing Saturdays at Dana Middle School in Point Loma.  This web site is maintained by the San Diego Senior Softball Association, also known as "Saturday League" or "Dana League."  For information about other senior leagues, click "Links" or go to http://sdssb.org/.

 If you would like to join the league or get more information, please click on Contact The League.



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