NEW CARLISLE- Earlier in the year the League Office announced that it would be scratching the previous ORWBL Hall of Fame along with the entire process of electing nominees into the Hall. After an agreement from both The Commissioners office in ORWBL and the Commissioner of the Hometown Cup, both sides have merged into one Hall of Fame heading forward. The Championship has crowned the Hometown Cup Champion ever since 2005 while the Old Republic Wiffleball League is currently
NEW CARLISLE- The league office has officially announced their plans to change things up regarding the New Carlisle Wiffle Ball Hall of Fame. As has been in the past, in order to be on the ballot, a player must not have played in the previous 2 seasons and must be in good standing with the league. The Hall of Fame requirements will stay the same as a player with 75% or more of the votes will be inducted into the Hall of Fame. A player will be removed from the ballot if they
NEW CARLISLE - The Wiffle®Ball Championship returns to New Carlisle, July 27-28, 2019. One of the largest tournaments in the nation, The Championship features ORWBL clubs and other teams from across North America. The event features pool play on Saturday, with the top qualifiers advancing to Sunday's Hometown Cup Playoffs. The final four teams meet at Migley Field in the Hometown Cup Finals, scheduled for 1:20pm on Sunday afternoon. The last team standing is awarded the covet
NEW CARLISLE- Here are the dates for the 2015 Postseason. The Bertrand Bombers and Spicer Lake Soggy Bottom Boys did not qualify for the postseason due to forfeits.
First Round (Best of 3)
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
1. Maple City Magic @ Hudson Lake Heat (HL wins 2-1)
2. Bourissa Hills Pterodactyls @ New Carlisle Newts (NC wins, 2-1)
3. Saugany Lake White Lightning @ Rolling Prairie Emery's Army (RP wins, 2-1)
Semifinals (Best of 5)
Sunday, August 2, 2015 (Games 1 and 2)
NEW CARLISLE - The words "traveling trophy" don't mean much to Scott Soos and his Cult West Warriors. Soos and his squad will take the Hometown Cup back to South Bend for a third consecutive year, after an 11-8 victory over the New Carlisle Newts in the title game. Cult West ran through the weekend undefeated for the second straight year and now own a 25-game winning streak in Championship play. Prior to the Hometown Cup Finals, their only win of the tournament that came by
NEW CARLISLE - For the third time in four years, the Maple City Magic reached Wiffleball's Grandest Stage. Maple City went 7-1 on the weekend at Hometown Days and advanced to the Hometown Cup Finals yet again. The Magic were eliminated by eventual champion Cult West in the semifinal round, 22-13. The Warriors also defeated Maple City in the semifinals en route to their first title in 2013. If not for the Cult West era of dominance, three straight Cups and four consecutive app
NEW CARLISLE - Sunday afternoon could be a milestone occasion for two ORWBL managers, as both Alex Friedman of the Magic and Scott Soos of the Warriors enter this
weekend's series with a chance to reach 100 career wins. Friedman sits at 99 victories and
Soos has 98.
Of the 41 managers in league history, just three have eclipsed the century mark. Now in his
ninth season, Koby Keck has 173 wins as the skipper of the Newts. At the helm of Emery's
Army since 2010, Eric
NEW CARLISLE - The ninth season of the ORWBL is approaching quickly, as Opening Day is scheduled for its earliest date (May 17) in league history. While the league schedule has
been reduced 24 games, there will be no reduction in compelling matchups and storyline this
Love them or hate them, any season preview has to start with the two-time defending World
Series Champions. The New Carlisle Newts enter 2015 with a target square on their backs.
With the depar
NEW CARLISLE - With the eighth season of the Old Republic Wiffle Ball League in the books, the league will recognize its top performers of this past season. Anthony Rieff of the
Cult West Warriors has been named 2014 ORWBL Rookie of the Year.
Despite rookie status in the ORWBL, Rieff is no stranger to the game. For years, he has been
a star of The Muffs, one of the perennial powerhouses in the Hometown Days City
Championship. Anthony, along with his brother Austin and
NEW CARLISLE - With the eighth season of the Old Republic Wiffle Ball League in the books, the league will recognize its top performers of this past season. Scott Soos of the Cult
West Warriors has been named 2014 ORWBL Most Valuable Player.
Known to many as "Home Run Guy," Soos also hits for a high average. In addition to the MVP
award, Soos takes home the Triple Crown award with a .641 average, 84 home runs and 127
RBI. Since bringing the Warriors into the league in