Midland Amateur Sports Capital Committee

Jeff Servinski

As an athlete, Jeff Servinski enjoyed tremendous success at H.H. Dow High School, at Central Michigan University, and then on the fast pitch softball diamond. Since his playing days, Servinski has moved up the ranks as a football official to become one of the premier collegiate [...]

George Mallery

George Mallery, a tough but fair umpire, has contributed a lifetime of officiating to various Midland County schools and sport organizations. He is a member of the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) National Indicator Fraternity, has worked as a District Umpire-in-Chief for 10 [...]

Gary Francis

Gary Francis was an outstanding student-athlete on the baseball and swimming teams of Midland High School. Known for the “Francis Finish” in the pool, his efforts qualified him for the state swim meet in both his junior and senior years at MHS. Francis continued to swim [...]

Darryl Crabb

Darryl Crabb is a lifelong resident of Midland. He graduated from Midland High School in 1956 and from Central Michigan University in 1960 with a bachelor’s degree in Education. He started his 35-year career with the Midland Public Schools teaching Elementary Physical Education. [...]

Bob Ribble

Bob Ribble has performed at an elite level as a coach, as an official, and as an athlete. Ribbled coached the 1982 Dow High School girls’ basketball team to its first Saginaw Valley League championship. He won two Class A State Coach of the Year awards in girls’ [...]

Bill ‘Hunky’ McGuff

Bill “Hunky” McGuff was known throughout Midland County as an outstanding athlete, coach, official, and sports enthusiast from 1951 to 1979. He left the heralded Cincinnati (OH) Coca-Cola Fastpitch softball team to join the 1951 World ASA Fastpitch Champion Dow AC’s where he [...]

John Shaffer

John Shaffer was a member of the Dow AC’s during the team’s hey-day in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. He was a second baseman on the Dow A.C. team that won the World ASA Championship in 1951. The team also won the world title in 1948, with Shaffer hitting .333 in the world [...]

James ‘Pete’ Marsh

James D. “Pete” Marsh was been involved in softball for parts of seven decades as a player, manager, coach and umpire, and has excelled in each area. He was twice named as a player to the Dow Field Day All-Star Team to participate against the out of town All-Stars. He played on [...]

Andy Maschino

Andy Maschino was an early and major contributor to the development of some 300 to 400 Midland area youth annually from 1944 to 1955. Nearly every youth of that era will quickly recall the Dow Junior Athletic Club program, which Maschino organized, developed and supervised under [...]