Warriors

Team Manager/Captain:Corey Vyner

Head Coach: Corey Vyner

Assistant Coach: Gil Alon

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The fall of 2013, Corey Vyner and Brian Klaff, who were the coaches of the Israel U-19 National Team, decided to break away from Penticon to create a developmental team for their young players from Moshav Maor and Zichron Yaakov, who needed more experience to be able to compete internationally. They recruited Randy Kahn to join them as one of the player-coaches, and the Warriors were born.

The team was surprisingly competitive in its first spring season, finishing at 9-8 in second place in the B Division, and by the following year the team had won its first division championship and qualified for the top tier. Led by national team players Elan Zashin, Adi and Kfir Leon, Bar and Gal Shrem, Ben Rosenberg, Yomi Klaff, Yuval Barak, Yoni Aron, and Raz Shuker, the team continued to rise through the ranks until qualifying for its first Finals appearance in 2016.

The addition of top hitter Dan Winnick was supposed to push the team over the top to its first Championship in 2017, but a 2-1 loss in Game 3 of the Finals left the team hungry for more. Finally, in 2018 the breakthrough came, and the Warriors were on top of the ISA. The team then went on to win the 2019 Fall League championship.

Today, the Warriors are still under the guidance of Corey Vyner, and they continue to reside toward the top of the A Division every year.

League Championship: 2018 Babe Gillette Cup: 2019

#PlayerPositionDate of Birth
2Alberto TacherFirst base, Third baseOctober 16, 1978
5Adi LeonInfieldMarch 9, 2000
6Ben LaksOutfieldJanuary 13, 1997
7Kfir LeonPitcher, Third baseMarch 9, 2000
9Nevo TichauerOutfield, Second baseJune 27, 2003
12Raz ShukerOutfieldDecember 12, 2000
13Corey VynerInfieldSeptember 6, 1963
16Bar ShremCatcher, InfieldApril 16, 2000
19Gil AlonCatcher, InfieldNovember 30, 2000
21Gideon MehlerFirst base, OutfieldOctober 12, 2002
25Ezekiel GanzInfieldOctober 5, 1980
26Rubert NovasInfieldAugust 12, 1996
34Liam ForbergFirst baseDecember 22, 2003
42Omer HanegbiOutfieldJune 21, 2000
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The fall of 2013, Corey Vyner and Brian Klaff, who were the coaches of the Israel U-19 National Team, decided to break away from Penticon to create a developmental team for their young players from Moshav Maor and Zichron Yaakov, who needed more experience to be able to compete internationally. They recruited Randy Kahn to join them as one of the player-coaches, and the Warriors were born.

The team was surprisingly competitive in its first spring season, finishing at 9-8 in second place in the B Division, and by the following year the team had won its first division championship and qualified for the top tier. Led by national team players Elan Zashin, Adi and Kfir Leon, Bar and Gal Shrem, Ben Rosenberg, Yomi Klaff, Yuval Barak, Yoni Aron, and Raz Shuker, the team continued to rise through the ranks until qualifying for its first Finals appearance in 2016.

The addition of top hitter Dan Winnick was supposed to push the team over the top to its first Championship in 2017, but a 2-1 loss in Game 3 of the Finals left the team hungry for more. Finally, in 2018 the breakthrough came, and the Warriors were on top of the ISA. The team then went on to win the 2019 Fall League championship.

Today, the Warriors are still under the guidance of Corey Vyner, and they continue to reside toward the top of the A Division every year.

League Championship: 2018 Babe Gillette Cup: 2019

#PlayerPositionDate of Birth
2Alberto TacherFirst base, Third baseOctober 16, 1978
5Adi LeonInfieldMarch 9, 2000
6Ben LaksOutfieldJanuary 13, 1997
7Kfir LeonPitcher, Third baseMarch 9, 2000
9Nevo TichauerOutfield, Second baseJune 27, 2003
12Raz ShukerOutfieldDecember 12, 2000
13Corey VynerInfieldSeptember 6, 1963
16Bar ShremCatcher, InfieldApril 16, 2000
19Gil AlonCatcher, InfieldNovember 30, 2000
21Gideon MehlerFirst base, OutfieldOctober 12, 2002
25Ezekiel GanzInfieldOctober 5, 1980
26Rubert NovasInfieldAugust 12, 1996
34Liam ForbergFirst baseDecember 22, 2003
42Omer HanegbiOutfieldJune 21, 2000

Men's Fastpitch League

PosTeamWLTGB
110200
29200.5
38301.5
46413
54605
64615
72907.5
801109.5

Men’s Fastpitch League

PosTeamWLTGB
110200
29200.5
38301.5
46413
54605
64615
72907.5
801109.5