Smith was the main force behind the development of Snider Park in Poulsbo, as his employer Pope & Talbot donated supplies to help build the stands and the pressbox. Smith also served 19 years as the president of the local Little League and Babe Ruth league. He is enshrined in the state Babe Ruth Hall of Fame and the Babe Ruth diamond at Snider Park bears his name.
Spencer was a standout baseball player for West High (with fellow teammate and Hall of Famer Chuck Stark) and Olympic College, helping them to a third place finish at the then NWAACC tournament. Spencer went on to play a few years for the semi-pro Kitsap Outsiders baseball team, where he was reunited with Stark from then on. The two played on numerous fastpitch teams and won a regional title and placed at several national tournaments. Spencer was selected to many all-tournament teams. He also played handball for many years and teamed with fellow Hall of Famer Glenn Carden to place second at a national doubles tournament.
Stark, a West High grad, was a standout baseball player for the Wildcats and the Rangers, helping them to a third place finish at the then NWAACC tournament. He was drafted by the U.S. Army, then by the then Bremerton Sun to work as a freelancer. He was hired by the Sun in 1975 and worked on and off there for 35 years as a writer and sports editor, covering the Sonics for a few years and attending numerous major events before retiring in 2012. He also played and coached fastpitch for several years, winning a regional title and placing at a few ASA national tournaments, including a top five finish in 1991.
Edmonds was a member of the 1950 Olympic College basketball team that placed at the national junior college tournament. He played for several years and won a state fastpitch title. Edmonds then moved to golf where he won nine Kitsap Golf and Country Club titles and three Kitsap Amateur titles.
Muyskens, a South Kitsap grad, was a longtime coach and teacher at Olympic College. He was an assistant coach on the baseball team and still does the timing for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Muskeyns also helped New York Yankees scout Eddie Taylor find talent in the Olympic Peninsula.
Hansen was a standout at Bremerton High School and for the Post 68 American League Regional tournament team. He played for minor league team in the Montreal Expos, the New York Mets and the Seattle Mariners organizations before asking for his release when he was with AAA Tacoma, allowing him to play in Mexico.
Waag was a standout all-league and all-state shortstop at North Kitsap and was also an all-league selection at Lower Columbia Community College. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates and spent three years in their minor league system before leaving to become a teacher and principal.