MONDAY, JULY 21, 7:30 PM
League Stadium, Huntingburg, Indiana, home of the Dubois County Bombers

Home Run Derby, 6:00 PM

The 2008 CICL All-Star game will pit the CICL All-Stars against the All-Stars of the KIT League. The KIT League is a collegiate summer wood bat baseball league featuring teams from Fulton, KY, Union City, TN, Marion, KY, Farmington, MO, Owensboro, KY and Dawson Springs, KY (Tradewater). The league was formed in the winter of 2004 with the first season of play being the summer of 2005. .

This year's game will feature the annual Home Run Derby which will start at 6:00 PM and last 45 minutes. Official All-Star gametime will be 7:30 PM.





Central Illinois Collegiate League

Corey Maines - Dubois
Jon Foley - Danville
Tyler Hess - Danville
Brian Morrell - Quincy
Devin Van Brooker - Quincy
Brian Stroud - Dupage
Brad Riegler - Dupage
Ryan Copeland - Dupage
Bryce Butt - Springfield
Bryce Shafer - Springfield

TJ Dailey - Dubois
Matt Behren - Dupage

First Base
Phil Wunderlich - Dupage

Second Base
Dan Kazrowski - Danville

Short Stop
Elliot Soto - Springfield

Third Base
Jimmy Swift - Springfield

Kurtis Muller - Quincy
Denny Vaughn - Springfield
Ryan Ashe - Springfield
Chris Gacom - Springfield

Utility Players/Designated Hitters:
Ryan Duffy - Dupage
Andrew Pollak - Danville
Vincente Cafaro - Springfield
Jon Myers Quincy

Field Manager: Ryan Sawyers - Springfield

KIT League

Owensboro Oilers:
Jon Herendeen
Joe Devine
Kevin O'Hair

Tradewater Pirates:
Justin Long
George herbert
Don Pugliese
Eric Faint
Nathan Wright
Kevin Schlegel

Marion Bobcats:
Adam Enloe
Lucas Cramsey
Matt Little

Fulton Railroaders:
Louis Haseltine
J.D. Ashbrook
Hunter Dawson
Justin Rodgers
Elliott Frey

Farmington Firebirds:
Andy Moss
Casey Jones

Union City Greyhounds:
Drew Hayes
Ace Williams
Justin Miller
Trey Horn


The CICL defeated the KIT League 7-6 in the second all-star game ever played between the leagues in Huntingburg, Indiana, this evening.

DuPage County's Phil Wunderlich led the way for the CICL getting 3 hits and 3 RBI including a double and a homer. Danville's Andrew Pollak had 2 hits and an RBI and Springfield's Chris Gacom had a double and 2 RBI.

Ten CICL pitchers made an appearance. Springfield's Bryce Butt was credited with the victory and Danville's Tyler Hess earned the save.

For the KIT League, Justin Miller had a homer and 2 RBI and Kevin O'Hair had 2 RBI on a hit. Louis Haseltine and Ace Williams each had 2 hits. The KIT outhit the CICL 13-8 but made 3 errors leading to 2 unearned runs.

The CICL took the lead 7-6 in the bottom of the 6th on an RBI sacrifice fly by Wunderlich, which closed out the scoring.