Hill United Schedule 2015

May 16, 2015

Ohsweken, ON


     Hill United Chiefs 2015 Schedule


@AlsFastball Sat(13th) 1 & 3 in Ohsweken, Sun(14th) 1:30 & 3:30 in Milverton. We will post the full announcement on Als shortly.


To complement the schedule and roster submitted today, the Hill United Chiefs ould like to welcome (and welcome back) members to the organization, and bid farewell to others:

     Hill United Chiefs 2015 ISC Roster


- Jeff Ellsworth, after a brief retirement, has decided to return to play with Hill United in 2015. The Chiefs are ecstatic to welcome back their Captain and reigning ISC MVP. A player who sets the bar high for the rest of the team, "Ellsy" will once again lead the Chiefs onto the field this year and hopefully many more.


- Dale Levy, who also contemplated retirement after 2014, has decided to return for one more season with Hill United. A feared hitter and a phenomenal teammate, Hill united would like to welcome “Big Red” back to the fold after a stellar 2014 season.


- Donnie Scott, who has played for Hill United several times in the past but not on the ISC circuit, has signed on for the 2015 season. We are very excited to welcome the former ISC MVP Pitcher to the Hill United roster. He brings a wealth of experience and skill matched only by his drive.


- Joel Southam, a veteran and skilled infielder and Team Australia starter, will join Hill United for 2015. Dangerous at the plate and in the field, Joel was among the leading hitters at the 2013 ISF World Tournament. One of the top players not currently playing ISC ball, he is a welcome addition to the Hill United roster.


- Pablo Migliavacca, one of the top up-and-coming pitchers out of Argentina, has joined Hill United for 2015. Pablo impressed last year in his first season on the ISC circuit, and has shown that he can face off against the best in the game. He also played very well at the AAU tournament in January, helping Hill United win the gold.


- Ryan Thompson, a mainstay on Hill United for the last 3 seasons, has decided to retire from ISC ball. Ryan has had a long and storied career, culminating with back to back ISC championships with the Chiefs. He also had a great 2014 season, winning multiple games with a swing of the bat or a stab of the glove. RT has been a model teammate and a great friend, and the whole organization wishes him all the best moving forward.


-Calvin Miller, the only player to have played on the previous iteration of the Chiefs as well as the new Hill United Chiefs, has also decided to hang up his cleats this year. Always dangerous at the plate, Cal is the most successful current player to hail from Six Nations, and his double in the bottom of the 10th inning set the table for the Chiefs' first ever ISC World Championship in 2013. Cal has always been a great player and person, and the Chiefs thank him for his many years of high level ball and wish him future success.