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International Softball Congress 2013

World Championship Guide

100 YEARS OF

POWER

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Carrol Forbes, (1908-1982) Founder and Executor

2013 Official Yearbook & Guide Published and Distributed by

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS P.O. Box 1083 Findlay, OH 45839-1083 419-722-7448 lfisher838@ameritech.net

www.iscfastpitch.com Blair Setford - Managing Editor ISC Mission Statement

The purpose of the International Softball Congress shall be to create an interest in and promote men’s and boys’ fastpitch softball, to keep the game clean and free from objectionable features, to make it a sport that will be attractive to lovers of all clean competitive sports, and to provide a series of games that lead up to ISC championships.

Acknowledgements

The first thing you’ll notice about this year’s Guide is that the cover looks radically different. While we’ve always featured the previous year’s ISC World Tournament MVP, we’ve typically also showcased the Top Pitcher or the Leading Hitter. This year, we received a design submission from Ariel Harnitz that so encapsulated the ferocity and fluidity of Donny Hale’s swing that we knew instantly that we had our cover. Ariel is a student in the Graphic Communications class at South Central College in North Mankato, MN and one of their class projects was to submit a cover design for the ISC Guide. Gale Bigbee is the class instructor at SCC and oversees the design entries. Gale also took on the layout and design work for the interior pages of the Guide and turned in a wonderful finished product, making great use of over 150 photographs. Thank you Gale! Bob Otto wrote the ISC and ISC II championship stories and is, quite simply, one of the top writers in the game. Gary Baughman and Hank DeWild handle all of the statistics for the ISC/ Legends and ISC II/U21 respectively. Without their efforts, this Guide would not exist and we sincerely appreciate their hard work and dedication. Which brings us to Bruce Hackett and Meshion McDaniels. As noted, there are over 150 photos in this year’s Guide. All of them are great! But that is scarcely a small fraction of the total number of photos published by this dynamic duo, and the published work is less than 20% of the total number of pictures taken during those nine days in August. Words alone can’t convey our appreciation so we will simply say thank you for making this the best ever ISC Guide!

About The Cover

Donny Hale became only the 4th Triple Crown winner in the long history of the ISC World Tournament, leading in batting average at .579, smashing six home runs and setting a new record with 17 RBIs. Along the way, Donny hit two home runs in one game twice. He also blasted a Grand Slam and collected 7 RBIs in another outing. With one of the sweetest swings in game, everyone stops to watch when Donny is at bat. Photographer Bruce Hackett and designer Ariel Harnitz have done a marvelous job capturing the essence of Donny Hale. Cover photos by Hackettball Photography

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Table of Contents ISC Personnel.............................................................. 3-7

ISC II Individual Pitching Stats...................................82

Guide Ordering Info........................................................7

ISC II Batting Stats.......................................................82

Midland Welcomes Back ISC.......................................8

ISC II Team Photos............................................... 85–89

Final World Tournament Standings............................10

ISC II All-Time Records....................................... 91–92

2012 Championship Game & Awards................. 12–15

ISC Legends 50+ Championship................................95

2012 All-World Teams....................................16, 18–21

ISC Legends 50+ Line Scores ..............................96-97

South Central College Tribute.....................................22

ISC Legends 50+ Awards............................................98

2012 Individual Pitching Stats.....................................23

ISC U21 Championship.............................................101

2012 Team Pitching Stats.............................................25

ISC U21 Line Scores .........................................102-104

2012 Batting Stats.........................................................26

ISC U21 Final Standings............................................105

2012 Team Defense Stats.............................................28

ISC U21 All Tournament Team............... 105, 108-109

2012 World Tournament Bracket......................... 30–31

ISC U21 Tournament Stats ...............................106-107

2012 World Tournament Line Scores.................. 33–41

Progressive Administration 1947–2012....................110

Carrol Forbes Foundation Scholarship........................44

Presidents of the ISC...................................................111

ISC Hall of Fame Rules...............................................45

ISC All-Time Records.......................................112–118

2013 Hall of Fame Inductees................................ 45–46

ISC Champions 1947–2012..............................119–121

ISC Hall of Fame Members.................................. 47–48

ISC MVPs 1947–2012...............................................122

Welby Recognition of Service Members...................49

ISC Outstanding Pitchers 1947–2012.......................123

Carrol Forbes Foundation Donors ..............................51

ISC Leading Hitters 1947–2012.......................124–125

Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony........................52-53

ISC RBI Leaders 1947–2012............................126–127

2012 World Tournament Team Photos............... 55–65

ISC Newcomer of the Year........................................127

Special Olympics Game........................................ 68–69

5 Or More Times All-World Players........................128

ISC Personnel & Umpire Photos.................................72

Winning & Losing Pitchers 1975–2012..........130–131

ISC II Playoff Bracket..................................................74

All-Time ISC All-World Players......................132–147

ISC II Championship Game & Awards..........75, 93-94

ISC Region Definitions..............................................148

ISC II Final Standings..................................................76

ISC By-Laws, Rules & Procedures..................149–155

ISC II All-Tournament Team............................... 76–78

Advertiser Index..........................................................156

ISC II Line Scores.................................................. 79–81

Tribute to Bruce & Meshion .....................................157

ISC II Team Pitching & Defense Stats.......................81

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ISC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE VICE PRESIDENT OPERATIONS (CE)

PRESIDENT (USC)

Dean Oscar (2004)

Blair Setford (2003)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER

615 Ridge St. Reedsburg, WI 53959 608-524-6477 x3005 work 608-524-6990 home 608-963-1724 cell Work: doscar@ramchealth.org Home: oscar@rucls.net

TREASURER (USW)

Charlie Smith (1986)

COMMISSIONER-AT-LARGE 10317 Sugarberry El Paso, TX 79925 915-598-7528 home csmith2@elp.rr.com

VICE PRESIDENT UNITED STATES (USW)

Chris Santos (1996)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER 19593 E. Princeton Place Aurora, CO 80013 303-690-4847 home 303-419-7352 cell jcsantos25@msn.com

2927 Nipiwin Dr. Mississauga, ON L5N 1Y1 905-826-2697 home blairjs@rogers.com

SECRETARY (USE)

Robert Gray (1991)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER 2843 Trotters Trail Wetumpka, AL 36093 334-567-9797 home RGray77271@aol.com 

VICE PRESIDENT CANADA (CW)

Todd McCabe (2001)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER

#207 - 15320 Bannister Rd. SE Calgary, AB T2X 1Z6 403-873-1770 home 780-714-7799 cell Todd_mccabe23@hotmail.com Todd_mccabe23@yahoo.ca 

VICE PRESIDENT DEVELOPMENT (USE)

Tom Stasik (1984)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER 423 Mary Lane Frankenmuth, MI 48734 989-652-2058 home 989-652-2058 home fax TomStasik@gmail.com

VICE PRESIDENT COMMUNICATIONS (CE)

Joe Todd (2003)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER 153 Albert St. Ingersoll, ON N5C 2Y3 519-485-0215 home 800-457-8310 x 225 work ftode739@rogers.com

CW - CANADA WEST, CE - CANADA EAST, USW- U.S. WEST, USC - U.S. CENTRAL, USE - U.S. EAST

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ISC PERSONNEL

Larry Fisher (1981)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (USE) P.O. Box 1083 Findlay, OH 45839-1083 419-722-7448 cell lfisher838@ameritech.net

Les Novak (1999)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USC)

PO Box 26612 St. Louis Park, MN 55426 763-595-8092 home 763-545-6788 work 763-595-8092 fax BestUmpLN@aol.com

Craig Donaldson (2002) REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (CW)

2036 8th Avenue New Westminster, BC, Canada V3M 2T6 604-525-3440 home 778-229-9632 cell cdonalds5@shaw.ca 

Dave Weldin (2012)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USW) 13409 Cheyenne Mountain Bakersfield, CA 93314 661-472-1716 cell davidw@sequoiains.com

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Wayne Fisher (1987)

Dick Mason (1996)

33 Brentwood Dr. Iowa City, IA 52245 319-351-1055 home wpfisher48@gmail.com

c/o Haynie & Co. 1221 W. Mineral Ave, Suite 202 Littleton, CO 80120-3356 303-734-4800 work dickm@hayniecpas.com

Dave Blackburn (1999)

Tom Crouch (2000)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USC)

BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION COMMISSIONER (USW) COMMISSIONER-AT-LARGE 1539 4th Street #209 Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-392-2890 phone 310-266-7803 cell daveblackburn@gmail.com

Kyle Smith (2006)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USW)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USC)

2230 North 1st Street   DeKalb, IL 60115  815-754-9284 home 815-501-6186 cell tcro14@yahoo.com 

Gregg Leather (2009)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (CE)

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USE)

Keith Erkenbrack (2013)

Bruce Bierman (2003)

1025 North Oasis Avenue Deer Park, WA 99006 509 276-2757 home 360 303-1629 cell keithe39@centurylink.net

1101 Wrigley Rd. - RR1 Ayr, Ontario N0B 1E0 519-632-8773 home bierhawk@xplornet.com 

127 Loveys Street Hickson, ON N0J 1L0 519-537-4771 Cell kyle.smith@ballparkradio.com

REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (USW)

90 Tysens Lane Staten Island, NY 10306 718-673-0188 cell 646-610-6088. work nysoftball@aol.com

UMPIRE-IN-CHIEF

ISC SPECIALISTS

Ken Hackmeister (1980)

Gary Baughman (1995)

Hank DeWild (2003)

153 E. 200 S. #10 Farmington, UT 84025 801-447-8807 phone 801-381-0961 cell iscken@comcast.net

1644 Elaine Dr. N.W. Cedar Rapids, IA 52405 319-396-5647 home ISCSTAT@hotmail.com

420 Wilbur Kimberly, WI 54136 920-730-1903 home hdewild@milwpc.com 

Rosanne Allan (2009)

Jessica Allan (2010)

2036 8th Avenue E Owen Sound, ON N4K 3C6 519-372-9857 Home kdh-smom@hotmail.com

2036 8th Avenue E Owen Sound, ON N4K 3C6 519-372-9857 Home kididlehoffer@hotmail.com

SPECIAL CONSULTANT

STREAMING PRODUCER

Lance Winn (2009)

STREAMING BROADCASTER 904 Philbrook Drive Milton, ON L9T 0L3 905-864-8473 416 271 7628 Cell lwinn@sympatico.ca

Doug Bach (2003)

ISC GAME CONTROLLER PO Box 465 Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0 519-527-0860 home 519-674-1662 work dbach@tcc.on.ca

ISC STATISTICIAN

ISC II STATISTICIAN

Gerry Betz (2008)

STREAMING ASSISTANT

STREAMING CAMERAMAN

Al Schaefer (2010)

Doug Gillis (2002)

Kimberly, WI 54136 920-788-0750 work aschaefer@vokimberly.org

5474 Bradford Circle Brighton, MI 48114 248-705-4475 home douggillis@aol.com 

HALL OF FAME CURATOR 515 W. KIMBERLY AVE.

Mal Swift (2003)

ISC GAME CONTROLLER

600 Stewart St. Whitby, ON L1N 3V4 905-668-1156 home phone malswift@rogers.com

W2285 Shorewood Ct. West Salem, WI 54669 608-786-2940 home 608-792-2048 cell youngbeetz@aol.com

ISC PITCHING INSTRUCTOR

Chris Bach (2003)

ISC GAME CONTROLLER

66 Cedar St., Apt. 6 Guelph, ON NTG qC5 519-829-2263 home phone cbach@golden.net

Al Doran (1999)

ISC WEB SITE DIRECTOR

10520 Yonge St, Unit 35B, Suite 217 Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3C7 416-505-6204 virtual phone 416-352-7456 fax fastball@pmihrm.com

Mike Betz (2008)

STREAMING CAMERAMAN 2408 Ristow Ct. LaCrosse, WI 54601 608-788-3144 home 608-790-6631 cell mikebetz@hotmail.com

Dennis Wilson (2010)

CANADIAN DEVELOPMENTAL DIRECTOR Box 74 Newbury, ON N0L 1Z0 519-693-4973 home 519-619-3406 cell ranger94@amtelecom.net

Jim Johnson (2008)

ISC II ASSISTANT STATISTICIAN 4172 King Edward Ave. Vancouver, BC V6S 1N3 604-228-0144 home jimjohn@shaw.ca

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ISC PLAYER REPRESENTATIVES

Jerry Santos

Derek Mayson

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE US WEST REGION

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE CANADA WEST REGION

26 Duncan Rd Pueblo, CO 81001 719-562-0524 home 719-549-7420 work 719-240-4771 cell 719-549-7838 work fax Sept thru May jerrysantos66@hotmail.com 

2090 Greylynn Crescent North Vancouver, BC VJ7 2X7 778-228-6948 Cell drmayson@gmail.com

Juan Potolicchio

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE SOUTH AMERICA

Lehmann 1270 Esperanza, Santa Fe Argentina, ZC 3080 011-54-9-3496-532346 Cell juanpotol@hotmail.com

Sean Marten

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE US CENTRAL REGION 20725 80 Ave. Walcott, IA 52773 563-391-8307 home phone Ssmarten@aol.com

Jeff Ellsworth

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE CANADA EAST REGION 769 Mill River East Road Alberton, PE C0B1B0 1-902-856-2519 cell 1-902-853-2941 home jeffellsworth19@gmail.com

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Jamie Simpson

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE CANADA EAST REGION 285 Mc Meeken Drive Cambridge, ON N3C 4N7 519-658-0374 home 519-580-3710 cell simper7@sympatico.ca

Eric Fogel

ISC II PLAYER REP US EAST REGION

Dave Perkins

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE US CENTRAL REGION 937 Deerpath Road Aurora, IL 60506 630-330-5982 cell phone dperk10@gmail.com

Mike Kelly

328 Hunter Path Rd. Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-580-7072 efogel13@hotmail.com

ISC II PLAYER REP CANADA EAST REGION 74 Scarlett Line Hillsdale, ON L0L IV0 705-220-5774 Cell mkelly@tribefastball.ca

Brennan Pokoyoway

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE CANADA WEST REGION #34-135 Keedwell Street Saskatoon, SK S7W0G6 306-270-7632 Brennan. pokoyoway@usask.ca

ISC DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS Ken Anderson (2004) DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

3185 Karth Rd - #230 White Bear Lake, MN 55110 651-636-9020 home phone No E-mail

Milt Michael (2004)

Scott Stasik (2004)

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

#80 – 8400 Forest Grove Drive Burnaby, BC V5A 4B7 604-421-2106 home phone 604-309-5998 miltmich@telus.net

Rich Well (2004)

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

2419 Linda Avenue          Vandalia, IL 62471 618-283-4258 home phone 618-283-5155 work phone 618-267-5404 cell phone rwell@fayette.k12.il.us

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER 55 Eric James Ct. Saginaw, MI 48602 989-714-3906 cell phone scottstasik@gmail.com

Alan Naylor (2005)

DEPUTY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

984 Jenkins Ave. Victoria, BC, Canada V9B 2N7 250-474-5402 home phone naylor@telus.net

Ordering ISC World Championship Guides To order copies of 2013 ISC World Championship Guides, you can pay the $25(US) per copy cost by Visa or MasterCard. Supply the following information to: Larry Fisher 419-722-7448 lfisher838@ameritech.net • • • •

Name on card Card number Expiration date on card 3-Digit number on back of card near signature line • Zip or Postal Code of card billing address • House number of card billing address (example: if address is 3950 Maple, we need 3950)

Web Site Viewing ISC Guides may be viewed on line from the ISC web site www.iscfastpitch.com.

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Midland welcomes back the ISC After successfully hosting the 2010 ISC World Tournament, the first time it had been held in Midland, Currie Stadium welcomed back teams, players and fans for an encore visit in 2012. While 2010 was remembered for the terrific weather and the aura of a first-time host showcasing one of the best softball stadiums in the U.S., in 2012 it was the grounds crew who will be remembered for their stellar work getting and keeping fields ready to play.

2012 Midland Grounds Crew saved the day early in the week with their exceptional dedication and hard work!

With teams arriving on the opening Saturday at the tail-end of a week’s worth of rain, it looked like we would be in for lengthy delays, but the grounds crew worked through the night get three fields ready for play at Emerson Park.

2012 Midland Host Committee volunteers

More rain on Monday and again Thursday threatened to push the schedule back, and again the tireless work of the grounds crew saved the day.

Opening ceremonies included tributes to Leo “Lefty” Bartos and local ISC Commissioner Lee Isenhart, both long-time supporters of the local Explorers Booster Club, and who left us too soon prior to the 2012 World Tournament.

Debi Craig gets set to deliver the ceremonial first pitch during Opening Ceremonies!

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Quad Cities – Moline/East Moline & Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport & Bettendorf, Iowa

The Quad Cities Welcomes Back ISC Players, Families and Fans! ISC World Tournament August 9-17, 2013 ISC Legends Tournament August 15-17, 2013 Get your Legends Team ready for this growing tournament.

We’re the Place to Play! • Riverboat Cruises on the Mississippi River • Casinos • Micro Breweries • Nightlife and Live Music Venues • John Deere Attractions • Museums and Family Attractions • Great Shopping & Restaurants

Find out more:

www.visitquadcities.com www.iscquadcities.com Quad Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau 9

2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT FINAL STANDINGS CLEO GOYETTE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF FINISH TEAM/CITY WON LOST DONNY HALE Designated Hitter JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON 7 1 Jarvis ON HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 5 1 Donny won the ISC World Tournament Triple Crown PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 4 2 with 6 HRs, 17 RBIs and a .579 batting average NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 4 2 LEROY ZIMMERMAN MOST OUTSTANDING PITCHER KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 4 2 LUCAS MATA TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 4 2 Harrisburg PA DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 3 2 Lucas went 4-1 with an ERA of 1.13 over 31 1/3 innings CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 3 2 with 53Ks MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 2 2 LEADING HITTER ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 5 2 DONNY HALE NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 5 2 Jarvis ON SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 3 2 11 - 19 .579 Batting Average STOCK PACK, Ashland, OH 2 2 MOST RUNS BATTED IN SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 2 2 DONNY HALE BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 2 2 Jarvis ON EXPLORERS, Midland MI 2 2 17 Runs Batted In - New ISC World Tournament Record CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 4 2 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 3 2 KEVIN HERLIHY MEMORIAL NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR JUSTIN ZIMMERMAN CAL STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 1 2 Staten Island NY COLUMBIA RIVER A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 1 2 6 - 13 .462 Batting Average PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 3 2 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 2 2 FRANK PORTH TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 3 2 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 3 2 BEST DRESSED TEAM SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 2 2 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 1 2 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 1 2 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 2 2 BANDITS, Pueblo CO 1 2 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City MI 2 2 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 1 2 THE BAR ON THE AVENUE, Appleton WI 1 2 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON 0 2 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FAST PITCH, Vargas VEN 0 2 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON 0 2 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON 0 2 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH 0 2 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiaton ON 0 2 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI 0 2 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 0 2 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 2 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA 0 2 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON 0 2 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON 0 2 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI 0 2 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 0 2 ISC President Dean Oscar presents Kurt

Schieman with the Best Dressed Team Award for Gillies/Huron Wellness

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Kitchener Fastball Promotions & The City of Kitchener Invite you to the

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Jarvis Travelers capture third consecutive ISC World Tournament Championship by Bob Otto MIDLAND, MI – The Jarvis Travelers dreamed it, craved it, and finally got it, a third consecutive ISC World Tournament Championship. But it was far from easy. “We have a great Jarvis had to survive a tense, eight-inning slugfest, and an early 3-0 deficit. But they prevailed in beating Six Nations Hill United Chiefs 8-6 at Currie bunch of hitters. I’m Stadium on the final Saturday night of the 2012 ISC World Tournament. so excited to have The joy of winning a world tournament championship was sweetened even this chance for the more as Jarvis tied a 55-year old ISC record, matching the Fresno, CA Mary Star All-Stars who won three consecutive ISC World Tournament titles from championship. This 1952 to ’54. Long Beach Nitehawks won six in a row from 1955-1960. feels great!” HALE SHATTERS RBI RECORD – Paul Koert, Another record fell as well as Donny Hale, Jarvis’ designated hitter, set an Jarvis winning pitcher all-time RBI record with 17; breaking the old mark of 15 set in 1998 by Steve Price of Ballston Lake, NY and matched by Broken Bow’s Jody Eidt in 2004 and Innerkip’s Dan Skillings in 2007. Hale (2-3) drove in three runs – one in the second inning on a single, and two in the fourth on a home run deep over the right field fence that helped Jarvis to a 4-3 lead. “I’m happy for our team to create history with a three-peat that hasn’t been done for 55 years,” Hale said, who was selected the Cleo Goyette Most Valuable Player for his tournament leading .579 batting average (11-for-19) and 17 RBIs. “I was just happy to do my part.” The win also avenged an earlier 3-1 loss to Hill United that knocked Jarvis into the losers bracket.

Donny Hale had three of his recordsetting 17 RBIs in the championship game

HOMER-HITTING BASHERS As the score indicates, the hitters dominated. Jarvis pounded out 13 hits, and Hill United had eight. Both line-ups went long ball, belting six home runs – three by each team. Nick Shailes (2-4) gave Hill United a 3-0 advantage in the first inning, with a three-run homer off Sean Cleary. And Jeff Ellsworth (2-3) made it 4-1 in the third by bashing a solo homer over the centerfield fence. With Adam Folkard (4-1) toeing the rubber, Hill United appeared to be rolling toward the championship. But Jarvis refused to back down from Folkard, who helped pitch his former teammates to the title in 2010.

HALE AND BOLAND IGNITE COMEBACK The Australian right-hander was roughed up in the fourth when Hale and Ryan Boland blasted two-run homers. Hale’s shot cleared the right-field fence, and Boland (2-4) hit an outside pitch over the left-field fence, pushing Jarvis in front 5-4. And it seemed to set a tone: These Travelers weren’t going down without a fight. Brad Rona (3-4, 2 RBIs, 2 runs) added a solo homer in the fifth, pushing Jarvis’ lead to 6-4, but Mark Arsenault’s solo homer in the sixth pulled Hill United within 6-5.

“This is unbelievable. The guys fought hard all day, but we knew we had the guys to do it.” – Jarvis Manager Steve Kooser

NOT A PITCHERS KIND OF GAME As for Folkard and the Jarvis duo of Cleary and Paul Koert, this was a game of survival. Folkard went the distance and took the loss, giving up all eight runs on 13 hits, while striking out nine. However, Folkard was Hill United’s ace all tournament. And he was rewarded by being selected a First-Team, All-World pitcher. Cleary lasted three innings, surrendering four runs, all on homers; Shailes three-run bomb in the first, and Jeff Ellsworth’s solo shot in the third.

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Three-time ISC World Champions Jarvis Travelers continued from previous page

Cleary appeared to tire and was relieved by Koert (3-0) in the fourth who picked up the win. The two shared the circle throughout the tournament. And that was just fine with Cleary. PITCHING PARTNERS “Paul had my back all week,” said Cleary, who was selected a first-team All-World pitcher along with Folkard and Lucas Mata of Pennsylvania Power. “You couldn’t ask for a better pitching partner. This was a team effort from a never-say-die squad.” Koert (3-0) finished the final five innings giving up two runs on five hits with six strikeouts. And in the seventh he came within one strike of nailing down a 6-5 win. But a wild pitch allowed Kyle Ezekiel to scamper home from third with the tying run. Hill United’s Jason Sanford opened the inning with a single, and Ezekiel pinch running, moved to third on a sacrifice and fielder’s choice. TERKELSON SAVES THE GAME Now with the score tied 6-6, Jason Hill came to bat. Nick Shailes stood on second after reaching on a single and moving up on the wild pitch. Hill drove a deep fly ball to the base of the rightcenterfield fence. Centerfielder Freddie Terkelsen and right fielder Ben Enoka both raced toward the ball. And then they hesitated. Who would take it? Finally, just before the ball could hit the ground with the potential winning run on second, Terkelsen stuck his glove out, bobbled the ball, and then squeezed it for the final out of the inning. Terkelsen’s catch sent the game into the eighth. And this time Jarvis would prevail. With one out, Ryan Wolfe doubled down the left field line. But Horne popped up, putting Folkard in the same spot as Koert: one out away from escaping damage.

Sean Cleary started for Jarvis

ENOKA AND RONA’S GAME WINNERS But Ben Enoka and Rona wouldn’t let him wriggle free. They drilled back-to-back doubles plating two runs for the 8-6 lead. Now it was Koert’s turn. And he toughened, closing out Hill United on a fly ball and two strikeouts and was selected as a Second-Team All-World pitcher. Then the celebration began with hugs, high fives and smiles all around. After losing to Hill United, 3-1, in the winners bracket, Jarvis won three straight to finish 7-1. And though a tiring ordeal, the battle back through the losers bracket is a feat that Brandon Horn (2-5) will long remember. “It was harder this way and took everyone to do it,” said Horn, who was named a First-Team, All-World infielder. “But it was a little more fun and we had the pitching to do it.” Though the loss was disappointing, Hill United manager Doug Eidt made no excuses, and praised both his Chiefs and Jarvis. “All year we were able to come back,” he said. “We showed (fighting) spirit, but hats off to Jarvis, they are the best team in the world right now.” Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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ISC Awards ➤

Retiring ISC Executive Director Ken Hackmeister presents the Carrol Forbes Trophy to Steve Kooser of the Jarvis Travelers

Lucas Mata, ➤ Pennsylvania Power, Leroy Zimmerman Most Outstanding Pitcher Award Winner

Justin Zimmerman, New York Safari Swashbucklers, Kevin Herlihy Newcomer of the Year Award Winner

The Argentina Junior Men’s National Team was named the winner of the Frank Porth Memorial Most Sportsmanlike Team

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ISC First Team All World Players

Donny Hale, Jarvis Travelers, was the Leading Hitter at .579, and set a new tournament record for Most RBIs with 17

Hill United Chiefs manager Doug Eidt accepts the secondplace trophy from the ISC’s Todd McCabe

Manager Eric Fogel accepts the third-place trophy from the ISC’s Tom Stasik on behalf of Pennsylvania Power

ISC Championship Game

Nick Shailes sent Hill United out to an early 3-0 lead

Donny Hale got Jarvis back into the game with this home run and his record-setting 17th RBI

Ryan Boland shocked everyone with a line-drive home run

Brad Rona reacts to his long home run

Mark Arsenault homered to get the Chiefs within a run in the sixth Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS 2012 ALL-WORLD TEAMS FIRST TEAM PITCHERS LUCAS MATA, Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Power ADAM FOLKARD, Six Nations ON Hill United Chiefs SEAN CLEARY, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers

W-L IP H 4-1 31 1/3 12 4-1 33 23 4-1 22 1/3 17

CATCHERS PATRICK SHANNON, Clifton Park NY New York Gremlins FRANK DEGROAT, Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Power

AB R H HR RBI AVG 16 6 8 2 6 .500 21 3 7 1 3 .333

INFIELDERS STEVE MULLALEY, Six Nations ON Hill United Chiefs IAN FEHRMAN, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers BRAD RONA, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers BLAIR EZEKIEL, Clifton Park NY New York Gremlins BRANDON HORN, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers

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7 8 9 6 9

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6 6 7 2 4

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OUTFIELDERS KARL GOLLAN, Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Power MATHIEU ROY, Clifton Park NY New York Gremlins BRAD EZEKIEL, Six Nations ON Hill United Chiefs FREDERIK TERKELSEN, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers

16 18 18 22

2 4 4 7

7 7 7 11

0 1 1 1

1 3 2 3

.438 .389 .389 .500

DESIGNATED HITTER DONNY HALE, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers

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PITCHERS GERALD MUIZELAAR, Fargo ND Kegel Black Knights ANDREW PHIBBS, Niagara Falls ON Niagara Snappers PAUL KOERT, Jarvis ON Jarvis Travelers

W-L IP H 3-1 32 27 5-2 48 52 3-0 22 14

ER BB SO ERA 5 2 38 1.09 25 8 74 3.65 6 7 29 1.91

CATCHERS JOHN KEMP, Toronto ON Toronto Gators BOB ROSTHENHAUSLER, Eugene OR California A’s

AB R H HR RBI AVG 17 5 7 1 2 .412 11 1 5 1 3 .455

INFIELDERS KRIS WALUSHKA, Sooke BC Sooke Loggers TREVOR KELLY, Ashland OH Stock Pack MIKE BATEMAN, Niagara Falls ON Niagara Snappers ROB GIESBRECHT, Fargo ND Kegel Black Knights DERRICK ZECHMAN, Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Power

14 13 17 19 21

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1 1 4 8 1

.429 .538 .529 .316 .333

OUTFIELDERS DARREN NEWSON, Niagara Falls ON Niagara Snappers MARK JOHNSON, Six Nations ON Hill United Chiefs JEFF ELLSWORTH, Six Nations ON Hill United Chiefs TOM AVERY, Harrisburg PA Pennsylvania Power

20 20 18 16

2 1 6 3

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1 1 3 2

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DESIGNATED HITTER GREGG GARRITY, Toronto ON Toronto Gators

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First Team All-World

Adam Folkard, Hill United Chiefs, First Team All-World Pitcher

Lucas Mata, Pennsylvania Power, First Team All-World Pitcher

Patrick Shannon, New York Gremlins, First Team All-World Catcher

Brad Rona, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Infielder

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Frank DeGroat, Pennsylvania Power, First Team All-World Catcher

Steve Mullaley, Hill United Chiefs, First Team All-World Infielder

Sean Cleary, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Pitcher

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

Ian Fehrman, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Infielder

First Team All-World

Brandon Horn, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Infielder

Blair Ezekiel, New York Gremlins, First Team All-World Infielder

Karl Gollan, Pennsylvania Power, First Team All-World Outfielder

Frederik Terkelsen, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Outfielder

Mathieu Roy, New York Gremlins, First Team All-World Outfielder

Brad Ezekiel, Hill United Chiefs, First Team All-World Outfielder

Donny Hale, Jarvis Travelers, First Team All-World Designated Hitter Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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Second Team All-World ➤ Gerald

Muizelaar, Fargo Kegel Black Knights, Second Team All-World Pitcher

John Kemp, Toronto Gators, Second Team All-World Catcher

Bob Rosthenhausler, California A’s, Second Team All-World Catcher

Andrew Phibbs, Niagara Snappers, Second Team All-World Pitcher

Kris Walushka, Sooke Loggers, Second Team All-World Infielder

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Paul Koert, Jarvis Travelers, Second Team All-World Pitcher

Trevor Kelly, Ashland Stock Pack, Second Team All-World Infielder

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

Mike Bateman, Niagara Snappers, Second Team All-World Infielder

Second Team All-World

Rob Giesbrecht, Fargo Kegel Black Knights, Second Team All-World Infielder

Derrick Zechman, Pennsylvania Power, Second Team All-World Infielder

Mark Johnson, Hill United Chiefs, Second Team All-World Outfielder

Darrin Newson, Niagara Snappers, Second Team AllWorld Outfielder

Jeff Ellsworth, Hill United Chiefs, Second Team All-World Outfielder

Tom Avery, Pennsylvania Power, Second Team All-World Outfielder

Gregg Garrity, Toronto Gators, Second Team All-World Designated Hitter

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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SCC Tribute Page This is the fourth year the Graphic Communications students at South Central College in North Mankato, MN, provided designs for the cover of the 2013 ISC Guide. The freshman class gains valuable experience of interpreting the ideas of the editor for a real live job. Even if her or his layout isn’t chosen, each student gains the experience to enhance their portfolio through this project.. All of us at SCC hope you enjoy the 2013 International Softball Congress Guide.

Upper left: Laura Weichert and Joshua Barker working on their computer. Upper right: Charles Wheeler at the large format printer. Middle: Gale Bigbee and Cassy Guyer outputting plates. Bottom right: Katy Nase at the commercial stapler. Bottom right: Blake Borchardt screen printing.

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Photos by Steve Pottenger

2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING (PITCHERS WINNING ONE OR MORE GAMES)

PITCHER, TEAM W L IP H ER BB SO ERA ANDREW PHIBBS, Niagara Snappers 5 2 48.0 52 25 8 74 3.65 LUCAS MATA, Pennsylvania Power 4 1 31.1 12 5 9 53 1.13 ADAM FOLKARD, Hill United Chiefs 4 1 33.0 23 10 6 46 2.12 SEAN CLEARY, Pennsylvania Power 4 1 22.1 17 9 8 41 2.85 DAN MARTIN, Erb Electric Expos 4 2 37.1 31 9 6 47 1.70 PAUL KOERT, Jarvis Travelers 3 0 22.0 14 6 7 29 1.91 GERALD MUIZELAAR, Kegel Black Knights 3 1 32.0 27 5 2 38 1.09 SISKO SABATE, Pete’s Blues 3 2 36.0 25 9 13 49 1.75 ANDREW SKELTON, Scarborough Force 3 2 25.0 12 10 14 44 2.80 FRED FOLLINGS, Shakespeare Falcons 2 0 21.0 9 1 8 33 0.33 BRYAN NEWTON, NY Gremlins 2 0 10.2 7 2 2 24 1.37 RICHARD HALDANE, Sooke Loggers 2 0 17.2 7 4 2 20 1.63 ROB SCHWEYER, Pennsylvania Power 2 0 17.0 7 5 7 35 2.06 DON SCOTT, Midland Explorers 2 1 19.2 10 2 3 25 0.73 RYAN SWIFT, Alvinston Indians 2 1 8.1 6 1 2 15 0.86 RICK ENGLE, Big Apple Bagels 2 1 20.1 17 3 3 11 1.04 SEAN WHITTEN, California A’s 2 1 17.1 16 5 4 27 2.05 JUSTIN SCHOFIELD, Toronto Gators 2 1 17.2 16 6 7 23 2.44 JAROSLAV BRENLIK, Czech Republic 2 1 24.1 22 9 7 36 2.61 GREGG GARRITY, Toronto Gators 2 1 16.1 15 7 4 23 3.04 SCOTT WAGAR, Kitchener Cubs 2 1 15.2 13 7 3 21 3.22 JEREMY MANLEY, Circle Tap Dukes 2 2 25.0 9 3 7 53 0.84 ANDREW KIRKPATRICK, NY Gremlins 2 2 28.0 21 7 4 31 1.75 JUAN POTOLICCHIO, Minnesota Angels 2 2 26.0 19 9 15 39 2.42 JONAS MACH, Safari Swashbucklers 2 2 26.0 27 14 10 48 3.77 KYLE CRAWFORD, Gillies/Huron Wellness 1 0 7.0 5 0 2 7 0.00 KEVIN KAMMUELLER, Cal State Builders 1 0 9.2 4 1 2 17 0.76 DARREN ZACK, Waterdown Hammer 1 0 7.0 4 1 0 4 1.00 MIKE JOSEPH, Hill United Chiefs 1 0 4.0 5 1 0 3 1.75 TYRON MCKINNEY, Ashland Stock Pack 1 0 14.2 11 5 6 16 2.46 WAYNE GUARA, Bar on the Avenue Buzz 1 0 5.0 3 2 2 1 2.80 CASEY HALSTEAD, Erb Electric Expos 1 0 13.2 14 7 2 19 3.71 JUSTIN HEYMAN, New York Bombers 1 0 12.0 14 9 6 13 5.25 DEVON MCCULLOUGH, Saskatoon Diamondbacks 1 0 9.0 12 9 5 14 7.00 TODD UHRIG, Wellington Sox 1 0 2.0 4 2 0 4 7.00 TOM BERUBE, Alvinston Indians 1 1 19.0 13 1 5 22 0.37 HUEMEL MATA, Argentina Junior National Team 1 1 9.2 5 2 5 13 1.52 DEAN HOLOIEN, Saskatoon Diamondbacks 1 1 10.0 9 3 1 21 2.10 DEREK MAYSON, California A’s 1 1 14.2 12 5 5 15 2.46 REGAN MANLEY, Kegel Blck Knights 1 1 16.0 17 6 4 27 2.63 RYAN FRENCH, Kitchener Cubs 1 1 18.1 17 7 5 24 2.71 JEFF FARION, Columbia River Rockers A-1 Brewers 1 1 12.1 10 5 2 19 2.89 JEFF MURPHY, Shakespeare Falcons 1 1 11.1 13 5 3 18 3.15 JAROSLAV MULLER, Czech Republic 1 1 7.2 11 5 2 13 4.86 TREVOR ETHIER, Saskatoon Diamondbacks 1 1 13.0 13 10 3 16 5.38 SHAUN WINSHIP, Ashland Stock Pack 1 1 5.2 9 6 5 7 8.08 DOUG HOFFMAN, New York Bombers 1 1 8.0 7 10 10 9 8.75 MAX MONTERO, Pueblo Bandits 1 2 23.2 10 5 13 35 1.51 PAUL ALGAR, Quad City Sox 1 2 22.0 13 7 8 30 2.23

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2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT STATISTICS TEAM PITCHING

TEAM IP H ER BB SO ERA CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 25.0 9 3 7 53 0.84 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City MI 24.0 22 4 4 12 1.17 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 35.0 31 7 8 43 1.40 PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO 23.2 10 5 13 35 1.51 EXPLORERS, Midland MI 27.2 16 6 4 37 1.54 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 35.0 25 8 13 52 1.60 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 48.0 44 11 6 65 1.60 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 38.2 28 9 6 55 1.65 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 41.0 25 12 10 61 2.05 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 50.0 34 15 15 80 2.10 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 36.0 25 11 13 49 2.14 CALIFORNIA A’S, Bakersfield CA 32.0 28 10 9 42 2.19 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 51.0 45 16 8 66 2.20 CAL STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 25.2 17 8 9 43 2.22 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 22.0 13 7 8 30 2.23 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 27.0 18 9 5 28 2.33 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 27.0 21 9 15 41 2.33 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 21.0 15 7 2 21 2.33 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON 15.0 12 5 5 21 2.33 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 41.0 32 14 7 58 2.39 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 28.0 14 10 12 52 2.50 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiarton ON 13.0 14 5 2 21 2.69 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 34.0 30 14 8 45 2.88 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 39.0 36 18 13 51 3.23 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL 13.0 13 6 1 17 3.23 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 34.2 38 17 10 55 3.48 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 32.0 22 16 16 55 3.50 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 48.0 52 25 8 74 3.65 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON 13.0 12 7 6 23 3.77 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 27.2 29 15 11 52 3.86 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH 14.0 16 8 8 26 4.00 THE BAR ON THE AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI 18.2 20 11 8 10 4.23 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON 13.2 15 8 7 17 4.24 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 19.0 21 12 10 20 4.42 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON 11.0 10 7 9 7 4.45 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 25.0 26 16 14 27 4.48 COLUMBIA RIVER A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 18.0 18 12 8 27 4.67 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI 12.0 12 8 8 16 4.67 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 32.0 34 22 9 51 4.81 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 21.0 28 15 15 18 5.00 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FASTPITCH, Vargas VEN 11.0 11 9 7 13 5.73 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 17.0 23 14 5 22 5.76 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 24.0 28 22 17 27 6.42 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON 13.1 17 13 5 14 6.95 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI 12.0 22 15 8 12 8.75 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA 11.0 22 16 3 10 10.18

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2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT STATISTICS

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JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 212 71 .335 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 162 49 .302 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 137 39 .285 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 74 21 .284 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON 53 15 .283 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 162 45 .278 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL 59 16 .271 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 172 46 .267 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 76 20 .263 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 97 25 .258 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 164 42 .256 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH 55 14 .255 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 95 24 .253 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 132 33 .250 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 108 27 .250 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 140 34 .243 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 128 31 .242 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 79 19 .241 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 99 23 .232 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 120 27 .225 COLUMBIA RIVER A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 73 16 .219 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 129 28 .217 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 125 27 .216 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 102 22 .216 PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO 91 19 .209 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 192 40 .208 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 96 20 .208 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City MI 96 20 .208 THE BAR ON THR AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI 72 15 .208 CAL STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 94 19 .202 EXPLORERS, Midland MI 104 21 .202 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 121 24 .198 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 168 33 .196 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA 46 9 .196 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON 53 10 .189 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiarton ON 48 9 .188 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 102 18 .176 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON 51 9 .176 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI 52 9 .173 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 124 21 .169 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 82 13 .159 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 71 10 .141 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FASTPITCH, Vargas VEN 44 6 .136 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON 55 7 .127 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON 39 4 .103 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI 40 3 .075

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DONNY HALE, Jarvis Travelers TREVOR KELLY, Ashland Stock Pack MIKE BATEMAN, Niagara Snappers FREDERIK TERKELSEN, Jarvis Travelers PATRICK SHANNON, New York Gremlins ANDY SKELTON, Scarborough Force JUSTIN ZIMMERMAN, Safari Swashbucklers BOB ROSTHENHAUSLER, California A’s KARL GOLLAN, Pennsylvania Power VACLAV SVOBODA, Czech Republic KRIS WALUSHKA, Sooke Loggers KYLE MAGNUSSON, Circle Tap Dukes GREGG GARRITY, Toronto Gators JOHN KEMP, Toronto Gators STEVE MULLALEY, Hill United Chiefs BRAD RONA, Jarvis Travelers ANDREW SCOTT, Scarborough Force BRAD EZEKIEL, Hill United Chiefs MATHIEU ROY, New York Gremlins JEFF ELLSWORTH, Hill United Chiefs BRAD YOUNG, Alvinston Indians JAMIE BOYD, Shakespeare Falcons JODIE SCHNARR, Shakespeare Falcons DAVID MERTL, Czech Republic IAN FEHRMAN, Jarvis Travelers BRANDON HORN, Jarvis Travelers DANIEL ALSTAT, Pete’s Blues GRANT BAECHLER, Kitchener Cubs BLAIR EZEKIEL, New York Gremlins DARREN NEWSON, Niagara Snappers FRANK DEGROAT, Pennsylvania Power DERRICK ZECHMAN, Pennsylvania Power TIM FREEMAN, Erb Electric Expos SISCO SABATE, Pete’s Blues DEREK MAYSON, California A’s JEFF CARR, New York Bombers DAN EDHOLM, New York Bombers DALE LEVY, Midland Explorers JOSH BROHAM, Erb Electric Expos ADAM DEARBORN, Niagara Snappers ROB GIESBRECHT, Kegel Black Knights DONNELLY ARCHIBALD, Toronto Gators ADAM HILLER, Kitchener Cubs TOM AVERY, Pennsylvania Power JOE TRIEST, Alvinston Indians JAROSLAV MIKULEC, Czech Republic MARK ARSENAULT, Hill United Chiefs JEREMY TRACY, New York Gremlins KEVIN DORE, Big Apple Bagels WAYNE LAULU, New York Gremlins LEE FOCO, Giilies/Huron Wellness PAVEL HLINKA, Czech Republic TONY GONZALEZ, Columbia River Rockers A-1 Brewers PAT HUMPHRIES, Bakersfield Silverhawks MAX MONTERO, Pueblo Bandits

AB H AVG. 19 11 .579 13 7 .538 17 9 .529 22 11 .500 16 8 .500 12 6 .500 13 6 .462 11 5 .455 16 7 .438 14 6 .429 14 6 .429 12 5 .417 12 5 .417 17 7 .412 17 7 .412 22 9 .409 15 6 .400 18 7 .389 18 7 .389 18 7 .389 13 5 .385 13 5 .385 13 5 .385 19 7 .368 22 8 .364 25 9 .360 14 5 .357 17 6 .353 17 6 .353 20 7 .350 21 7 .333 21 7 .333 21 7 .333 15 5 .333 12 4 .333 12 4 .333 12 4 .333 12 4 .333 25 8 .320 19 6 .316 19 6 .316 16 5 .313 16 5 .313 16 5 .313 16 5 .313 13 4 .308 13 4 .308 13 4 .308 13 4 .308 13 4 .308 10 3 .300 10 3 .300 10 3 .300 10 3 .300 10 3 .300

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2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT STATISTICS TEAM DEFENSE TEAM

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DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 21 0 1.000 EXPLORERS, Midland MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 26 0 1.000 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 17 0 1.000 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 20 0 1.000 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 17 0 1.000 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 17 0 1.000 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 25 1 .991 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 46 2 .990 PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 26 1 .990 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 13 1 .987 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 33 2 .987 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 43 3 .982 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 15 1 .981 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 35 3 .980 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 13 1 .980 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiarton ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 10 1 .980 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 46 4 .979 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 39 3 .979 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 35 3 .979 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 25 2 .979 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 6 1 .978 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 28 3 .977 CALIFORNIA A’S, Bakersfield CA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 29 3 .976 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 41 4 .975 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 16 2 .975 THE BAR ON THR AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 20 2 .974 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 41 5 .973 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 35 5 .973 CZECH REPUBLIC, Praague CZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 33 4 .971 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 27 3 .971 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 12 2 .962 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 21 3 .962 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 10 2 .962 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 17 4 .960 CAL STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 21 4 .959 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FASTPITCH, Vargas VEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 14 2 .957 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 19 5 .957 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 16 5 .949 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 13 3 .948 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 38 8 .945 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City MI/Saginaw MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 33 6 .943 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 22 6 .942 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 12 4 .937 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 9 3 .929 COLUMBIA RIVER A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 14 5 .926 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 22 5 .909

NUMBER OF TEAMS PARTICIPATING IN WORLD TOURNAMENTS

1947 - 16 (NSC) 1948 - 12 (NSC) 1949 - 17 (NSC) 1950 - 18 (NSC) 1951 - 15 (NSC) - 17 (ISL) 1952 - 20 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1953 - 21 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1954 - 21 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1955 - 17 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1956 - 15 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1957 - 17 (NSC) - 16 (ISL) 1958 - 19

NSC & ISL merged into International Softball Congress

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1959 - 18 1960 - 18 1961 - 19 1962 - 20 1963 - 21 1964 - 22 1965 - 22 1966 - 23 1967 - 23 1968 - 23 1969 - 24 1970 - 22

1971 - 23 1972 - 22 1973 - 24 1974 - 27 1974 - 27 1975 - 26 1976 - 30 1977 - 38 1978 - 36 1979 - 37 1980 - 39 1981 - 41

1982 - 42 1983 - 41 1984 - 47 1985 - 44 1986 - 46 1987 - 48 1988 - 48 1988 - 48 1989 - 48 1990 - 48 1991 - 48 1992 - 48

1993 - 48 1994 - 48 1995 - 48 1996 - 48 1997 - 44 1998 - 48 1999 - 48 2000 - 48 2001 - 40 2002 - 40 2003 - 40 2004 - 40

Figures researched and compiled by former ISC Historians Art Cashion and Bret Baughman

2005 - 40 2006 - 32 2007 - 32 2008 - 32 2009 - 24 2010 - 46 2011 - 46 2012 - 46

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2012 ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT  CHAMPIONSHIP ELIMINATION PLAYOFF MIDLAND - AUGUST 11-18, 2012

Frankenmuth Tiffany’s 1 Argentina U19 5 Kitchener Cubs 9 Winterset A’s 3 Aurora Dolan & Murphy 4 Wellington Sox 5 Pueblo Bandits 0 Alvinston Indians 1 Toronto Gators Default Kitchener Outlaws 1 Midland Big Apple Bagels 3 Niagara Snappers 6 Bar on the Avenue Buzz 0 Wyevale Tribe 0 Quad City Sox 10

Argentina 0

Gremlins 10

NY Gremlins 10

Gremlins 6

Kitchener 0 Ashland Stock Pack 3 Wellington Sox 2

Ashland 1

Gremlins 1

Kegel 0

Kegel Black Knights 6 California 0

Alvinston 2 California A’s 4 Toronto 1

California 4 Toronto 6

Circle Tap Dukes 0

Toronto 0

Big Apple 1 Cal-State Builders 6 Niagara 2

Power 0

Cal-State 1 Power 2

Power 3

Pennsylvania Power 6 Power 3

Quad City 3 Sooke Loggers 4

Sooke 0 Hill United 6

Huron Wellness/Gilllies 1 Wiarton Nationals 0 Pete’s Blues 2 Parry Island Hawks 0 Sweaburg Crush 4 NY Bombers 6 Elmira Expos 4 Lanceros De Vargas 1 Waterdown Hammer

Huron 0 Jarvis Travelers/Fish & Chips 9

C/R A1 Brewers 1 NY Bombers 0

Czech Republic 3

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Brewers 1

Jarvis 8

Midland 2

Midland Explorers 5 Elmira 0 Saskatoon Diamondbacks 2 Waterdown 2

Minnesota Angels 3 Shakespeare Falcons 2 Shakespeare 2 Motor City Bakersfield Shamrocks 0 Silverhawks 5 Safari Swashbucklers 3 Safari 0 Evergreen Storm 2

Jarvis 8

Pete’s 0

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Westerville Capitals 0

Jarvis 11

Diamondbacks 1 Diamondbacks 4 Hill United 4

Angels 6 Angels 0 Silverhawks 4 Hill United 3

Force 1

Scarborough Force 8 Hill United 1

Czech Republic 4 Hill United Chiefs 7

Hill United 10

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Jarvis 8

Jarvis Travelers 2012 ISC World Champions

Jarvis 5

Force 6

Cubs 4 Silverhawks 1

Force 1 Cal A’s 0

Silverhawks 2 Cal A’s 2

Toronto 1

Midland 1

Niagara 9

Alvinston 0 Midland 2 Dukes 0 Brewers 3

Niagara 2

Toronto 2 Jarvis 5

Force 5

Niagara 5

Toronto 12

Jarvis 8

Gremlins 5

Sooke 0

Sooke 4 Pete’s 1

Elmira 6

Cal-State 1 Diamondbacks 1

Gremlins 4

Elmira 2 Diamondbacks 8

Kegel 4

Kegel 5

Elmira 2 Kegel 1 Falcons 0

Kegel 4

Ashland 6 Power 1

Ashland 1

Kegel 7

Czech 4

Angels 2

Partial Bracket Standings After First Loss

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINES SCORES Game R H E LOB 2 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 5 2 4 KITCHNER CUBS, Kitchener ON 3 0 2 2 0 2 X 9 9 1 3 1:33 Darren Strang and Bob Baker; Scott Wagar and Allen Phibbs WP-WAGAR (1-0); LP-STRANG (0-1); HR-Darren Strang, Shane McDaniel (Winterset); Bob Gillow, Allen Phibbs (Kitchener) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 5 9 1 7 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 10 1 8 1:47 Mel Ross, Todd Uhrig (6) and Curtis Cornelius; Ales Jetmar, Brad Worsley (6) and Robert Reder WP-UHRIG (1-0); LP-JETMAR (0-1); HR-Jim Culling (Harriston) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4 BANDITS, Pueblo CO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 8 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 4 1:35 Max Montero and Jerry Santos; Tom Berube, Ryan Swift (6) and Jamie Shields WP-SWIFT (1-0); LP-MONTERO (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 5 12 1 7 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 8 1:56 Huemel Mata, Pablo Masmu (5), Pablo Migliavacca (6) and Daniel Aranaz; Pete Loachridge and Richard Katherns WP-H. MATA (1-0); LOACHRIDGE (0-1); Francisco Lombardo, Joaquin Alegre, Humel Mata (Parana) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON TEAM WITHDREW _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City/Saginaw MI 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 4 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 3 1:54 Rick Engle and Jeff Nowaczyk; Kyle Linton and Tim Dubois WP-ENGLE (1-0); LP-LINTON (0-1); HR-Ken Hoffman (Bay City/Saginaw) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7 BAR ON THE AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 2 0 0 1 1 2 X 6 8 0 0 1:27 Michael Jamieson and Steve Scheibe; Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn WP-PHIBBS (1-0); LP-JAMIESON (0-1); HR-Pete Dobbin, Adam Dearborn, Kevin Newhouse (Niagara Falls) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 6 1 3 0 0 10 4 1 4 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1:05 Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman; Jason Giffen, Mark Lambie (4) and Michael Kelly WP-ALGAR (1-0); GIFFEN (0-1); Chad Seeman (Davenport) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 4 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiarton ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Broadcast 0 5 0 5 1:33 Kyle Crawford and Joe Nichols; Andy Jackson and Jason Miller WP-CRAWFORD (1-0); LP-JACKSON (0-1); HR-Scott Nichols (Midland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 4 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1:14 Sisco Sabate and Daniel Alstat; Frank Cox, Ward Gosse (6) and Joe McCleary WP-SABATE (1-0); LP-COX (0-1); HR-Daniel Alstat, Sisco Sabate (Mascoutah) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 5 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 6 9 1 4 1:37 Adam Martin, Todd Winkworth (6) and Mark McCallum; Justin Heyman, Doug Hoffman (5) and Roger Karn WP-HOFFMAN (1-0); LP-WINKWORTH (0-1); HR-Jon Klingenberg (Sweaburg); Mike Rapaciolli (Cortland)

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB 13 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON TEAM WITHDREW _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Broadcast SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 0 0 0 0 2 0 X 2 4 0 4 1:45 Doug Gillis and Brent Kowitz; Fred Follings and Rob Faulhafer WP-FOLLINGS (1-0); LP-GILLIS (0-1); HR-Andrew Medhurst (Shakespeare) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 15 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 7 0 7 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 2:00 Jonas Mach and Mike Hoadley; Terry Luster and Kerry Brown WP-MACH (1-0); LP-LUSTER (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 5 1 5 1:38 Ian Knott, Luke Leahy (6) and Mark Coleman; Jaroslav Brenlik and David Mertl WP-BRENLIK (1-0); LP-LEAHY (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 17 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 4 0 0 6 0 10 11 0 6 Broadcast ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 1:39 Bryan Newton, Andrew Kirkpatrick (5) and Patrick Shannon; Pablo Masmu, Pablo Migliavacca (3), Huemel Mata (4) and Daniel Aranaz WP-NEWTON (1-0); LP-MASMU(0-1); HR-Patrick Shannon, Jeremy Tracy _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FASTPITCH, Varga VEN 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 0 1 0 1 2 X 4 4 0 5 1:37 Jesus Mujica, Carlos Ucero (6) and Jose Alvarez; Casey Halstead and Travis Martin WP-HALSTEAD (1-0); LP-MUJICA (0-1); HR-Josh Brohman (Elmira) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 18 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 3 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 0 0 1 0 0 2 X 3 5 0 3 1:25 Ryan French and Allen Phibbs; Tyron McKinney and Shane Flinner WP-MCKINNEY (1-0); LP-FRENCH (0-1); HR-Allen Phibbs (Kitchener); Adam Binkley, Trevor Urban (Ashland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 19 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 8 3 7 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 2 0 3 0 1 0 X 6 5 0 4 1:48 Nick Goetz and Curtis Cornelius; Gerald Muizelaar, Regan Manley (5) and Jesse Delorit WP-MUIZELAAR (1-0); LP-GOETZ (0-1); HR-Trevor Seip (Harriston); Travis DeJong (Fargo) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 20 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 8 2 6 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 1 1 0 0 1 1 X 4 9 1 7 1:48 Brad Young, Ryan Swift (5) and Jamie Shields; Derek Mayson, Sean Whitten (4) and Bob Rosthenhausler WP-WHITTEN (1-0); LP-SWIFT (1-1); HR-Kyle Mitchell (Alvinston); Kevin Schellenberg (Eugene) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 21 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 5 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 0 0 0 1 0 0 X 1 6 0 8 1:55 Jeremy Manley and Bryan Hansen; Justin Schofield, Gregg Garrity (5) and John Kemp WP-SCHOFIELD (1-0); LP-MANLEY (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 22 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City/Saginaw MI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 6 4 CAL-STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 0 0 3 1 1 0 X 5 8 1 7 1:32 Greg Wright, Rick Engle (4) and Jeff Nowaczyk; Kevin Kammueller and Rick Moore WP-KAMMUELLER (1-0); LP-WRIGHT (0-1); HR-Jenner Christiansen (Seattle)

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 23 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 6 16 1 10 Broadcast NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 4 1:52 Lucas Mata and Frank DeGroat; Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn WP-MATA (1-0); LP-PHIBBS (1-1); HR-Thomas Enoka, Tom Avery (Harrisburg); Adam Dearborn (Niagara Falls) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 24 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 5 0 3 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 0 0 2 1 0 1 X 4 6 1 4 1:41 Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman; Richard Haldane and Brian Banner WP-HALDANE (1-0); LP-ALGAR (1-1); HR-Kyle Chapman (Davenport); Chad Bryden, Richard Haldane, Kyle Cowick (Sooke) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 25 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 1 1 2 0 0 5 9 11 0 9 Broadcast GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1:39 Sean Cleary, Todd Martin (6) and Ryan Boland; Greg Guy, Paul Hoisington Jr. (3) and Justin Davis WP-CLEARY (1-0); LP-GUY (0-1); HR-Fred Terkelsen (Jarvis) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 26 COLUMBIA ROCKERS A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 1 4 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 1:38 Jeff Farion and Tony Acedo; Sisco Sabate and Daniel Alstat WP-FARION (1-0); LP-SABATE (1-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 27 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Broadcast EXPLORERS, Midland MI 2 0 1 0 2 0 X 5 9 0 7 1:27 Doug Hoffman, Shawn Sampson (5) and Roger Karns, Grant Sherman (5); Don Scott and Adam Lalonde WP-SCOTT (1-0); LP-HOFFMAN (1-1); HR-Adam Lalonde (Midland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 28 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 0 0 0 0 0 2 X 2 4 0 4 1:26 Dan Martin and Travis Martin; Trevor Ethier and Derek Arsenie WP-ETHIER (1-0); LP-MARTIN (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 29 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 7 1 4 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 7 2:05 Juan Potolicchio and Leonardo Latasa; Tim Neill and Fred Killing WP-POTOLICCHIO (1-0); LP-NEILL (0-1); HR-Dominic Demasi (Waterdown) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 30 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 0 0 4 0 0 1 X 5 8 0 4 1:55 Jeff Murphy, Fred Follings (3) and Rob Faulhafer; Rob Schweyer and Pat Humphries WP-SCHWEYER (1-0); LP-MURPHY (0-1); HR-Jamie Boyd (Shakepeare) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 31 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 0 0 2 1 0 5 8 11 0 8 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 6 2:00 Andrew Skelton and Brian McGuire; Jonas Mach, Anthony Shaut (6) and Mike Hoadley WP-SKELTON (1-0); LP-MACH (1-1); HR-Andrew Skelton, Craig Buttar, Nick Dambrosio (Scarborough) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 32 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 0 1 0 2 1 1 2 7 12 0 7 Broadcast CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 9 1 4 1:54 Mike Joseph, Mitch Hardy (5) and Jason Sanford; Jaroslav Mueller, Jiri Brebek (5) and David Mertl WP-JOSEPH (1-0); LP-MUELLER (0-1); HR-Jeff Ellsworth, Mark Johnson, Mark Arsenault (2) (Six Nations) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 33 BYE ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 34 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener ON 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 7 1 6 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 3 2 0 2 0 0 X 7 9 1 7 1:45 Bryan Belisle, Corey Alkerton (2) and Tim Dubois; Scott Wagar and David Pratt WP-WAGAR (2-0); LP-BELISLE (0-1); HR-Bob Gillow (Cubs) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 35 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston ON 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 BAR ON THE AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI 6 0 1 2 X 9 8 0 3 1:05 Trevor Seip and Curtis Cornelius; Wayne Guara and Steve Scheibe WP-GUARA (1-0); LP-SEIP (0-1); HR-Justin Meyer, Trevor Guara (Appleton) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 36 WYEVALE TRIBE, Wyevale ON 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 4 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 2 0 0 0 0 0 X 2 6 1 7 1:33 Mark Lambie, Jason Giffen (6) and Michael Kelly; Tom Berube and Jamie Shields WP-BERUBE (1-0); LP-LAMBIE (0-1); HR-Joe Triest (Alvinston) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 37 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 0 6 0 2 2 10 10 0 6 TIFFANY’S FOOD & SPIRITS, Frankenmuth MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1:18 Jeremy Manley and Bryan Hansen; Jeff Graf, Pete Loachridge (4) and Richard Kathrens WP-MANLEY (1-1); LP-GRAF (0-1); HR-Kyle Magnussen, Chris Delarwelle (Denmark) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 38 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City/Saginaw MI 1 1 0 0 7 9 13 0 5 WINTERSET A’S, Winterset IA 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 4 1:32 Rick Engle and Jeff Nowaczyk; Darren Strang and Bob Baker WP-Engle (2-0); LP-Strang (0-2); HR-Ken Hoffman, Jeff Nowaczyk (Bay City/Saginaw) _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 39 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 5 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 0 0 0 1 1 0 x 2 4 0 2 1:39 Brad Worsley and Rober Reder; Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn WP-PHIBBS (2-1); LP-WORSLEY (0-2); HR-T.J. Chase (Aurora); Trevor Falk, Kevin Newhouse (Niagara Falls) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 40 BANDITS, Pueblo CO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 7 0 10 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 1:45 Max Montero and Jerry Santos; Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman WP-MONTERO (1-1); LP-ALGAR (1-2); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 41 BYE GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 42 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit MI 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 5 8 1 9 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 2 0 3 0 1 2 X 8 8 3 5 2:05 Doug Gillis, Tyler Kelly (4) and Brent Kowitz; Sisco Sabate and Daniel Alstat WP-SABATE (2-1); LP-GIILLIS (0-2); HR-Sisco Sabate, Daniel Alstat (Mascoutah) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 43 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 7 9 0 8 WESTERVILLE CAPITALS, Westerville OH 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 10 1 9 2:06 Justin Heyman and Grant Sherman; Ben Watts, Terry Luster (5) and Zak Nussbaum WP-HEYMAN (1-0); LP-WATTS (0-1); HR-Jeff Carr, Brandon Viol (Cortland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 44 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 6 10 0 10 ST. THOMAS EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas ON 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 12 1 7 2:25 Casey Halstead, Dan Martin (4) and Travis Martin; Dan Beecroft, Jason Dawdy (3), Luke Leahy (5) and Duane Gee WP-MARTIN (1-1); LP-DAWDY (0-1); HR-Marty Humphries, Derek Martin (Elmira); Mark Coleman (St. Thomas) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 45 WIARTON NATIONALS, Wiarton ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 3 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 1 0 0 1 2 0 X 4 10 0 7 1:13 Dustin Veenhof and Jason Miller; Darren Zack and Matt Turcotte WP-ZACK (1-0); LP-VEENHOF (0-1); HR-Dominic Demasi, Tim Coe (Waterdown) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 46 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 0 4 0 1 5 10 9 0 4 Broadcast STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 4 1:30 Andrew Kirkpatrick and Patrick Shannon; Shaun Winship, Sean Kelly (4) and Trevor Kelly WP-KIRKPATRICK (1-0); LP-WINSHIP (0-1); HR-Bryan Abrey, Todd Schultz (Clifton Park); Shane Flinner (Ashland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 47 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 0 1 2 0 1 4 6 0 4 1:45 Gerald Muizelaar and Jesse Delorit; Sean Whitten and Bob Rosthenhausler WP-WHITTEN (2-0); LP-MUIZELAAR (1-1); HR-Nate Devine (Eugene) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 48 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 8 0 8 PARRY ISLAND HAWKS, Parry Island ON 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 7 1 9 2:25 Nick Laurette, Jeff Murphy (3) and Randy Wicke, Rob Faulhafer (3); Ward Gosse, Frank Cox (6) and Joe McCleary WP-MURPHY (1-1); LP-COX (0-2); HR-Matt Greer, Travis Jones, Bob Hall (Parry Island) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 49 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 7 8 1 4 SWEABURG CRUSH, Sweaburg ON 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 6 2:00 Jonas Mach and Mike Hoadley; Todd Winkworth, Adam Martin (3) and Randy Gray WP-MACH (2-1); LP-WINKWORTH (0-2); HR-Lou Kass (2), Mike Bourbakis, Steven Schwartz (Staten Island) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 50 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 6 7 0 5 Broadcast CAL-STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 2:02 Gregg Garrity and John Kemp; Brady Woods, Kevin Kammueller (5) and Rick Moore WP-GARRITY (1-0); LP-WOODS (0-1); HR-Gregg Garrity (Toronto) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 51 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 1 1 0 1 0 0 X 3 8 0 7 1:35 Scott Leiph, Richaerd Haldane (6) and Brian Banner; Lucas Mata and Frank DeGroat WP-MATA (2-0); LP-LEIPH (0-1); HR-Sergio La Hoz (Harrisburg) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 52 LANCEROS DE VARGAS FASTPITCH, Varga VEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 0 0 2 4 0 1 6 7 0 7 2:05 Carlos Ucero, Jesus Mujica (3) and Jose Alvarez; Jaroslav Brenlik and Tomas Klein WP-BRENLIK (2-0); LP-UCERO (0-1); HR-Vaclav Svoboa (Prague) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 53 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 4 7 0 5 ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 5 1:46 Ryan French and Allen Phibbs; Pablo Migliavacca, Huemel Mata (3), Pablo Masmu (7) and Daniel Aranaz WP-FRENCH (1-1); LP-H. MATA (1-1); HR-Grant Baechler (Kitchener) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 54 BAR ON THE AVENUE BUZZ, Appleton WI 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 7 1 4 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 5 9 0 7 1:55 Michael Jamieson and Steve Scheibe; Brad Young, Ryan Swift (4) and Jamie Shields WP-SWIFT (2-1); LP-JAMIESON (0-2); HR-Louis Weldon (Appleton) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 55 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 0 4 0 4 3 11 7 0 5 COLUMBIA ROCKERS A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 3 5 1:50 Paul Koert, Todd Martin (5) and Ryan Boland; Sebastien Gervasutti, Travis Price (4) and Tony Acedo WP-KOERT (1-0); LP-GERVASUTTI (0-1); HR-Tony Gonzalez (Vancouver)

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 56 EXPLORERS, Midland MI 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 0 5 Broadcast DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 4 0 2 1:52 Grant Patterson, Don Scott (5) and Adam Lalonde; Dean Holoein and Jim Climenhaga WP-HOLOEIN (1-0); LP-SCOTT (1-1); HR-Dan Loney (Midland); Brennan Pokoyoway, Colby Beirle (Saskatoon) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 57 BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City/Saginaw MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 0 0 1 0 0 2 X 3 7 0 5 1:33 Rick Engle and Jeff Nowaczyk; Jeremy Manley and Bryan Hansen WP-MANLEY (2-1); LP-ENGLE (2-2); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 58 BANDITS, Pueblo CO 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 4 5 0 2 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 3 0 0 0 0 2 X 5 3 1 6 2:10 Max Montero and Jerry Santos; Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn WP-PHIBBS (3-1); LP-MONTERO (1-2); HR-Jason Shea, Mike Ramierez (Pueblo); Darrin Newson (Niagara Falls) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 59 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 6 12 0 7 GILLIES/HURON WELLNESS, Midland MI 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 4 0 7 1:50 Sean Whitten and Bob Rosthenhausler; Jonas Mach and Rodney Doak WP-WHITTEN (1-0); LP-MACH (1-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 60 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 6 4 2 3 Broadcast BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 5 3 9 3:00 Juan Potolicchio, Darren Dubsky (7) and Leonardo Latasa; Nick Underhill and Kris Waverick WP-POTOLICCHIO (2-0); LP-UNDERHILL (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 61 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 2 2 2 2 2 10 9 0 6 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 1:46 Adam Folkard, Mitch Hardy (5) and Jason Sanford; Andrew Skelton, Tyson Barkman (3) and Brian McGuire WP-FOLKARD (1-0); LP-SKELTON (1-1); HR-Steve Mullaley, Jason Hill (Six Nations); Brian McGuire (Scarborough) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 62 NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 3 0 5 0 X 8 6 0 5 1:35 Shawn Sampson, Doug Hoffman (3), Justin Heyman (4) and Grant Sherman; Dan Martin and Travis Martin WP-MARTIN (2-1); LP-SAMPSON (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 63 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 4 4 0 3 WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 5 1:37 Fred Follings and Rob Faulhafer; Tim Neill and Matt Turcotte WP-FOLLINGS (2-0); LP-NEILL (0-2); HR-Ron Faulhafer (Shakespeare) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 64 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 6 8 1 11 SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 10 1 7 2:45 Jaroslav Brelik, Jaroslav Mueller (5) and David Mertl; Jonas Mach, Brooks Robinson (8) and Mike Hoadley WP-MUELLER (1-0); LP-MACH (2-2); HR-Petr Vacha, Jiri Nezbeda (Prague); Mike Hoadley (Staten Island) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 65 KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 4 5 1 5 Broadcast SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 5 7 0 6 2:00 Ryan French, Scott Wagar (6) and Allen Phibbs; Tyson Barkman, Andrew Skelton (5) and Brian McGuire WP-SKELTON (2-1); LP-WAGAR (2-1); HR-Adam Hiller, Dan Mitchell (Kitchener); Andrew Scott (Scarborough) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 66 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 6 ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1:37 Rob Schweyer and Pat Humphries; Tom Berube and Jamie Shields WP-SCHWEYER (2-0); LP-BERUBE (1-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 67 EXPLORERS, Midland MI 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 Broadcast CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 1:27 Don Scott and Adam Lalonde; Jeremy Manley and Bryan Hansen WP-SCOTT (2-1); LP-MANLEY (2-2); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 68 COLUMBIA ROCKERS A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 1 6 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 0 2 0 0 1 2 X 5 9 1 3 1:50 Jeff Farion, Travis Price (6) and Tony Acedo; Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn WP-PHIBBS (4-1); LP-FARION (1-1); HR-Keith Barker (Vancouver) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 69 SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 8 0 6 PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 1:34 Richard Haldane and Brian Banner; Sisco Sabate and Daniel Alstat WP-HALDANE (2-0); LP-SABATE (3-2); HR-Nick Carril (Mascoutah) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 70 CAL-STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 3 9 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 7 1 11 2:55 Brady Woods and Rick Moore; Dan Martin and Travis Martin WP-MARTIN (3-1); LP-WOODS (0-2); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 71 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 Broadcast PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 0 2 1 0 0 0 X 3 5 0 3 1:45 Justin Schofield, Andrew Putnam (4) and John Kemp; Lucas Mata and Frank DeGroat WP-MATA (3-0); LP-SCHOFIELD (1-1); HR-Tom Avery (Harrisburg) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 72 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 9 SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 1:35 Gerald Muizelaar and Travis DeJong; Jeff Murphy, Fred Follings (4) and Rob Faulhafer WP-MUIZELAAR (2-1); LP-MURPHY (1-2); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 73 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 1 0 0 5 0 0 X 6 12 0 8 1:51 Sean Whitten and Bob Rosthenhausler; Andrew Kirkpatrick and Patrick Shannon WP-KIRKPATRICK (2-0); LP-WHITTEN (2-1); HR-Blair Ezekiel (Clifton Park) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 74 CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 10 1 7 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 6 9 1 5 2:10 Jaroslav Brenlik and David Mertl; Tyron McKinney, Shaun Winship (5) and Shane Flinner WP-WINSHIP (1-1); LP-BRENLIK (2-1); HR-Trevor Urban (Ashland) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 75 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 6 7 1 9 BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 6 2:02 Andrew Skelton and Brian McGuire; Nick Underhill, Rob Schweyer (5) and Kris Waverick WP-SKELTON (3-1); LP-UNDERHILL (0-2); HR-Blake Underwood (Scarborough) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 76 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 7 2 5 Broadcast EXPLORERS, Midland MI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 6 1:49 Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn; Grant Patterson, Don Scott (5) and Adam Lalonde WP-PHIBBS (5-1); LP-PATTERSON (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 77 ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 2 Broadcast SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 1:39 Dan Martin and Travis Martin; Scott Leiph, Richard Haldane (5) and Brian Banner WP-MARTIN (4-1); LP-LEIPH (0-1); HR-Dan Martin (Elmira) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 79 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 5 Broadcast MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1:23 Adam Folkard and Jason Sanford; Juan Potolicchio and Leonardo Latasa WP-FOLKARD (2-0); LP-POTOLICCHIO (2-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 80 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 Broadcast JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 0 2 3 2 0 1 8 12 0 8 1:40 Trevor Ethier, Devon McCullough (4) and Jim Climenhaga; Sean Cleary, Paul Koert (5) and Ryan Boland WP-CLEARY (2-0); LP-ETHIER (1-1); HR-Trevor Ethier (Saskatoon); Brad Rona, Donny Hale (Jarvis) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 78 STOCK PACK, Ashland OH 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 1 9 KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 1 0 2 0 2 0 X 5 4 0 3 2:08 Sean Kelly, Tyron McKinney (4) and Shane Flinner; Regan Manley and Jesse Delorit WP-MANLEY (1-0); LP-KELLY (0-1); HR-NONE _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 81 SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 4 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 0 0 1 1 0 0 X 2 3 0 4 1:31 Andrew Skelton and Brian McGuire, Frank Lang (5); Sean Whitten, Derek Mayson (2) and Bob Rosthenhausler WP-MAYSON (1-0); LP-SKELTON (3-2); HR-Andrew Skelton (Scarborough); Bob Rosthenhausler (Eugene) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 82 NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON 3 1 0 2 0 3 0 9 12 0 6 TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 6 2 0 2 2 0 X 12 15 3 6 2:30 Andrew Phibbs and Adam Dearborn; Justin Schofield, Gregg Garrity (4) and John Kemp WP-GARRITY (2-1); LP-PHIBBS (5-2); HR-Adam Dearborn, Mike Bateman (Niagara Falls); Justin Cevette (Toronto) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 83 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 0 0 2 5 1 0 0 Broadcast 8 9 0 6 Broadcast ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 6 7 0 3 1:55 Devon McCullough and Jim Climenhaga; Dan Martin, Casey Halstead (4) and Travis Martin WP-MCCULLOUGH (1-0); LP-MARTIN (4-2); HR-Keith Mackintosh (Saskatoon); Josh Brohman (Elmira) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 84 MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 6 1 3 Broadcast KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 0 0 0 1 3 0 X 4 8 1 8 1:46 Juan Potoliccio and Leonardo Latasa; Gerald Muizelaar and Jesse Delorit WP-MUIZELAAR (3-1); LP-POTOLICCHIO (2-2); HR-B.J. Gullick (Fargo) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 85 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 5 1 5 Broadcast NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 5 2:36 Lucas Mata and Frank DeGroat; Andrew Kirkpatrick and Patrick Shannon WP-MATA (4-0); LP-KIRKPATRICK (2-1); HR-Frank DeGroat (Harrisburg); Mathieu Roy (Clifton Park) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 86 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 1 5 Broadcast HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 2 0 1 0 0 0 X 3 4 1 5 1:38 Sean Cleary, Todd Martin (3), Paul Koert (6) and Ryan Boland; Adam Folkard and Jason Sanford WP-FOLKARD (3-0); LP-CLEARY (2-1); HR-Donny Hale (Jarvis); Jeff Ellsworth, Steve Mullaley (Six Nations) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 87 CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 12 Broadcast TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 1 0 0 1 0 0 X 2 3 1 3 1:54 Derek Mayson and Bob Rothlenhausler; Gregg Garrity, Justin Schofield (1) and John Kemp WP-SCHOFIELD (2-1); LP-MAYSON (1-1); HR-John Kemp, Gregg Garrity (Toronto) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 88 DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 6 Broadcast KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 0 0 0 5 2 0 X 7 6 1 2 1:34 Dean Holoein, Trevor Ethier (4) and Jim Climenhaga; Gerald Muizelaar and Jesse Delorit WP-MUIZELAAR (4-1); LP-HOLOEIN (1-1); HR-Rob Geisbrecht (2), Jesse Delorit (Fargo) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 WORLD TOURNAMENT LINESCORES GAME R H E LOB _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 89 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 1 0 0 4 3 8 6 0 3 Broadcast TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 3 1:25 Paul Koert, Sean Cleary (5) and Ryan Boland; Gregg Garrity, Andrew Putnam (4) and John Kemp WP-KOERT (2-0); LP-GARRITY (2-1); HR-Donny Hale (2) (Jarvis) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 90 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 5 8 1 5 Broadcast KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 4 5 1 3 2:00 Bryan Newton, Andrew Kirkpatrick (7) and Patrick Shannon; Regan Manley, Gerald Muizelaar (7) and Jesse Delorit WP-NEWTON (2-0); LP-MANLEY (1-1); HR-Wayne Laulu (Clifton Park); Roman Foore, Jesse Delorit, Mike Armitage (Fargo) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 91 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Broadcast HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 0 1 0 0 2 1 X 4 8 1 3 1:39 Lucas Mata, Karl Gollan (3) and Frank DeGroat; Adam Folkard and Jason Sanford WP-FOLKARD (4-0); LP-MATA (4-1); HR-Brad Ezekiel, Nick Shailes, Steve Mullaley (Six Nations) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 92 NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 6 1 7 Broadcast JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 8 1 4 1:55 Andrew Kirkpatrick and Patrick Shannon; Todd Martin, Paul Koert (2), Sean Cleary (6) and Ryan Boland WP-CLEARY (3-1); LP-KIRKPATRICK (2-2); HR-Patrick Shannon, Andrew Kirkpatrick, Wayne Laulu (Clifton Park); Brad Rona (Jarvis) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 93 PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 9 Broadcast JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 1 1 1 0 0 2 X 5 9 2 7 1:49 Karl Gollan, Lucas Mata (6) and Frank DeGroat; Sean Cleary, Paul Koert (6) and Ryan Boland WP-CLEARY (4-1); LP-GOLLAN (0-1); HR-Donny Hale (Jarvis) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 94 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 2 Broadcast 8 6 1 9 HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 6 8 0 5 2:15 Sean Cleary, Paul Koert (4) and Ryan Boland; Adam Folkard and Jason Sanford WP-KOERT (3-0); LP-FOLKARD (4-1); HR-Brad Rona, Donny Hale, Ryan Boland (Jarvis); Jeff Ellsworth, Nick Shailes, Mark Arsenault (Six Nations) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Ben Enoka flys into the Jarvis celebration as the Travelers make history with the first three-peat since 1960.

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The ISC World Tournament in Photos

Two generations of Rosthenhauslers, Jim, left and Bobby

Good crowd on hand to watch the games

Watching opening ceremonies

Waiting out a rain delay

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“Looks like he turned it over for the dipper ...�

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The ISC World Tournament in Photos

Jeff Larson of Minnesota Angels picks up a hit

Darren Zack notched his 56th ISC win pitching for Waterdown Hammer

New Hall of Famer Paul Algar pitching with Quad City Sox

NY Gremlins’ Wayne Laulu gets hit by a pitch

Minnosota Angels Tom Crouch waits for the throw as Jesse Delorit from Fargo slides in safely Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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Carrol Forbes Foundation Scholarship Award Winner Zach Lach, of South Lyon, MI, is the 2011 Carrol Forbes Foundation Scholarship Award Winner, receiving $500 in funding towards his education at Western Michigan University where he is studying special education. A participant in the ISC youth league in Michigan, Zach pitched with Up to Date Log Homes (Frankenmuth, MI) in 2011, and also played in the ISC U19 Youth Tournament in 2009 and 2010 with Richville, MI. After completing his degree, Zach’s plan is to teach special education while being a coach at the high school level and has dreams of being a head softball coach at a university. “Softball has had a big impact on my life. Being around softball makes me happy. I haven’t worked on anything harder in my life than softball. I want to be able to share that kind of passion with future players of the game.” Now 19, Zach has played in the ISC U19 Youth Tournament since he was 15. “In 2009, I was also a part of the ISC Special Olympics game in Quad Cities and that game made me start thinking about going into the field of special education,” he says. And, expect to see Zach helping to organize the ISC Special Olympics game in 2012 when the ISC returns to Midland. The ISC congratulates Zach Lach on his CFF Award. Good luck in your studies and your future in the game! Previous CFF Award recipients: 2007 Andrew Putnam 2008 B J Hunhoff 2009 B J Hunhoff Kevin Boyd 2012 Zach Lach

ISC Treasurer Charlie Smith and 2012 Caroll Forbes Foundation Scholarship recipient Zach Lach

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ISC HALL OF FAME RULES

CATEGORIES Members shall be elected in four categories: (1) Players; (2) Field Managers; (3) Administrators and Umpires; and (4) Bob Welby Memorial Recognition of Service Award. QUALIFICATIONS

• Player candidates must have demonstrated outstanding playing ability during their playing years in ISC Tournaments and ISC affiliated leagues, must have been inactive for at least five years or have reached their 45th Birthday when nominated, must have played in at least five ISC World Tournaments and must have been named to the ISC All-World (ISC All-American) team in at least one of the following combinations: (A) two times to the first team, (B) four times to the second team or (C) one time to the first team and two times to the second team. • Field Managers must have managed in at least ten ISC World Tournaments. • Administrator candidates must have at least 15 years of service with the ISC and must have demonstrated exemplary concern for the ISC and for the game of fastpitch softball. • Umpire candidates must have at least ten years of service at the ISC World Tournaments. • The fourth category (Bob Welby Memorial Recognition of Service) honors those who have contributed greatly of their energy and resources in the support of ISC fastpitch softball. • The ISC will consider a “last minute” induction for someone qualified but has a terminal illness and likely won’t live until the following year’s inductions. Such requests are to be sent to Hall of Fame Committee Chairman. • Nominees not selected after three Board of Director votes must be re-nomination to the ISC Hall of Fame Committee. NOMINATIONS

Nominations may be submitted by any interested party. All nominations must come before and be recommended by the Hall of Fame Committee before being considered for election by the Board of Directors. All nominations must be in writing and must be in the hands of the Chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee before May 1 to be considered during that year. Nominations received after the deadline will be considered the following year. The nomination should be in three parts: (A) the ISC Hall of Fame nomination form, (B) biographical information on the nominee and (C) documents and statistics in support of the nominee’s qualifications. ELECTION

Election of new members will be made at the annual Board of Directors meetings. The Hall of Fame Committee will submit not more than five nominees from each category for consideration at the annual meeting. No more than six new members will be elected each year. Two members can be elected into the Player Category. Only one member can be elected in the Field Manager, Bob Welby Memorial, Administrator and Umpire categories each year. If no nominations are made in any non-player category, Directors may elect an additional player(s) from the Player category. INDUCTION

New members will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the annual World Tournament the year following their election. A Plaque will be presented to each new member commemorating this membership in the ISC Hall of Fame. Deceased Inductees: A Plaque will be presented the family of a deceased inductee with the option of family members to purchase a Cap, Shirt & Hall of Fame Ring at their expense.

2013 HALL OF FAME INDUCTESS By John Thompson

The International Softball Congress Hall of Fame Selection committee is pleased to confirm that the ISC Board of Directors approved a slate of elite softball players and passionate builders of the sport for induction as the Class of 2013. Seven inductees are being recognized for their collective accomplishments and achievements as players, management and builders.

earned a starting shortstop role. His stellar play was noted by Gale Kurtz of Sioux City IA Penn Corp where David then suited up for four seasons, winning back-to-back ISC Championships in 1991-92. He repeated the two-peat in 1994-95 with the Decatur IL Pride, and added another ISC title with the Tampa Bay FL Smokers in 1998.

Brian Martie, Bloomington IL Brian, born and raised in Bloomington IL, played Of the seven inductees, three are being recognized baseball and basketball and ventured into fastfor their accomplishments as players. pitch softball in Coffeen IL and was mentored by his father who played in Carbondale IL. Brian joined senior ranks in 1986 with Bloomington IL PLAYERS Hearts and Decatur IL Pride, before closing out his career with half-dozen seasons with Madison David Boys, Decatur IL Under the tutelage of his father Paul in Maroa IL, WI Farm Tavern, where he was named All-World David Boys studied the habits of premier softball four of his six times, while winning two ISC titles. His 15 consecutive ISC world tournament hitters and tried to imitate their techniques. His appearances resulted in his earning a deserved own high school and college career was in baseball, but in 1987 he entered the world of fast- reputation as a clutch hitter in the big games, and he sported an impressive .300 career batting pitch, joining the Decatur IL Generals. In 1989 Russ Boice, Decatur IL Pride coach, invited David average. to join the Pride as a reserve and eventually David

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Steve Schott, Kelso MO Born in May 1965, Steve followed his fastpitch playing father A.J. Schott who was a great inspiration and role model. Originally abaseball player, Steve, at age 15, began to also play softball with Ferrell Mobile Homes managed by his father. In the mid-late 1980s, he was invited to play at the elite level and during a twenty year career, suited up with Decatur IL Pride, Sioux City IA NHCD, Green Bay WI All Car Roadrunners, Tampa Bay FL Smokers and Broken Bow NE Travelers. He was an ISC Champion ISC six times, a five-time All-World player, and a three-time member of Team USA. Four other dedicated softball volunteers are also being recognized in distinctive categories: FIELD MANAGER Ron “Doc” Simmons, Broken Bow NE Born January 27, 1946, Ron “Doc” Simmons became obsessed with softball at age 16 and has sponsored or coached the sport for half-a-century. A graduate of University of Nebraska at Lincoln (UNL), he earned his DDS in 1971 and practices in Broken Bow NE where he formed his own softball club the same year. His teams entered ISC competition in the early 1980s, and since the mid 1990s, his Broken Bow NE Travelers teams have been a perennial championship threat. The Travelers and collaborative teams have been in the ISC title game on 11 occasions, winning the ISC crown six times, and as well have won 21 state ASA titles and two ASA championships. ISC ADMINISTRATOR Wayne Fisher, Iowa City IA Directly out of high school in 1967, Wayne Fisher assembled a softball team that eventually challenged Iowa powerhouse squads. His direct involvement in the late 1970s and early 1980s was instrumental in attracting top-level international pitchers to Cedar Rapids. In 1987 he became an ISC commissioner, the same year his Cedar Rapids IA Teleconnect team won the ISC Championship in Saskatoon SK. From 1996-2009 he served as ISC Developmental (Youth) Vice-President, with his many annual tournaments serving as stepping-stones for players who later excelled at the ISC World Tournaments. He served as ISC

Vice-President for the Central Region (2005-2011) and in 2009 was appointed as Iowa ISC Area Tournament commissioner. UMPIRE Ron Brinkman, Appleton WI Ron Brinkman played in the 1979 ISC World Tournament in Bakersfield CA and transitioned to the role of umpire, making his ISC blue debut in 1983 in neighboring Kimberly WI. He traveled to Allentown PA for the 1984 tourney and served as an umpire for 19 years - every year except 1987 (Saskatoon) - and was named the ISC Umpire in Chief in 2002. Family and friends confirm that for Ron, it wasn’t a job, or “work”, but a genuine love for the game. While his family recalls the many weeknight games at Sunset Park, and the weekend tournaments in seemingly endless fastpitch communities, the annual ISC WT was simply the destination of family vacations each and every summer for two decades. BOB WELBY MEMORIAL AWARD Jim Dean, Seattle WA (deceased) In 1980 Jimmy Dean took his Westside Federal softball club to the ISC World Tournament in Arizona, the inaugural year for the Norwest Area (WA/OR/ID & BC) to send teams to the World event. In 1981, the Norwest Major Fast-pitch League became a recognized ISC travel league. After three years with the Federals, Jimmy joined Bellevue Pay’n Pak and convinced the squad to go to the World Tourney in Kimberly WI in 1985 - they returned as World Champions. The team made appearances for twelve straight years, claiming the championship twice more (1986 as Pay’n Pak and 1990 as Seafirst). Jimmy was also a volunteer with the 1980 ISF World Championships in Tacoma WA and served a three-year term as president of the Greater Seattle Fast-pitch Assoc. The Class of 2013 induction continues the tradition of honoring the finest in ISC participants, building on the successes of the previous celebrations that have been held annually since the initial induction in 1965. It will be held on Sunday August 11 at 8 am at the Isle Casino Hotel in Bettendorf IA as part of the ISC 2013 Championships in Quad Cities IA/IL.

For Further Information About ISC Hall of Fame ISC Hall of Fame Chairman, Robert Gray – 2843 Trotters Trail – Wetumpka, AL 36093. E-mail: rgray77271@aol.com website: www.iscfastpitch.com for a nomination form and ISC Hall of Fame eligibility rules.

The International Softball Congress Hall of Fame is located in the Kimberly Municipal Complex – 515 W. Kimberly Ave. – Kimberly, WI 54136. It is open during normal business hours year round. The ISC and Kimberly welcome visitors to see over 60 years of fastpitch memorabilia and inductee plaques on display.

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1965 * LOU NOVIKOFF Outfielder, Long Beach, CA

ISC HALL OF FAME 1981 * JERRY WELLS Pitcher, Prescott, Phoenix, AZ

1991 BOB TODD Pitcher, Long Beach, CA

1966 * KENNY LAW Pitcher, Phoenix, AZ

1982 * PAUL (LUCKY) HUMISTON Outfielder, Long Beach, CA

1991 * BOB WELBY Administrator, Florissant, MO

1970 * JOE RODGERS Manager, Long Beach, CA

1982 * BRYAN VOIGT Pitcher, Tampico, IL, Dinuba, CA

1992 GIL ARAGON Pitcher, Phoenix, AZ

1970 * LEROY ZIMMERMAN Pitcher, Fresno, Long Beach, CA

1983 CHARLES SMITH First Base, El Paso, TX

1992 NICK HOPKINS Shortstop, Long Beach, CA

1970 * STAN WHITE Catcher, Long Beach, CA

1984 DICK BRUBAKER Pitcher, Aurora, IL

1992 * BILL VAN DINE Administrator, Sun City Center, FL

1971 * CLEO GOYETTE Second Base, Long Beach, CA

1984 TY STOFFLET Pitcher, Coplay, PA

1993 * KEVIN HERLIHY Pitcher, Hamilton, NZ

1971 * CARROL FORBES Founder, Exec. Dir., Greeley, CO

1984 ROYCE HEATH Administrator, Arlington, TX

1993 * JIM AVERSING Outfielder, Rock Island, IL

1971 * PAUL FORCHE Administrator, Tulsa, OK

1985 SAM BEAVERS Pitcher, Fort Worth, TX

1993 PAT SULLIVAN Administrator, Dubuque, IA

1971 * FRANK PORTH Administrator, El Paso, TX

1985 * HOWARD HEUSTON Pitcher, Bartlesville, OK

1993 * CARL WILSON Administrator, Tulsa, OK

1972 AL COTTI First Base, Fresno, Hanford, CA

1985 * JACK GRAFMEIER Administrator, Kimberly, WI

1994 ALAN COLGLAZIER Pitcher, Pueblo, CO

1972 * LES HANEY Pitcher, Taft, Fresno, CA

1985 * BOB WALSH Umpire, Bethlehem, PA

1994 JAMES KENNEMER Catcher, Tulsa, OK

1973 CHARLIE TOPPERT Catcher, New Bedford, Rock Island, IL

1986 * JIM BOENDER Pitcher, Manllus, IL

1994 ROD PETERSON Manager, Madison, WI

1973 JACK RANDALL Pitcher, Long Beach, CA

1986 K.G. FINCHER Pitcher, San Rafael, CA

1994 * FRANK ARRIGONI Administrator, Fresno, CA

1973 * CLYDE FORTUNE Administrator, Waco, TX

1986 * L.G. (TULIE) STANSEL Administrator, Deer Park, TX

1994 FLOYD HAMMEN Administrator, Little Chute, WI

1974 * PAUL LOPEZ Pitcher, El Paso, TX

1986 * DALE VAN HOUTEN Administrator, Columbia City, IN

1995 * PAUL MAGAN Pitcher, Sioux City, IA

1974 * LARRY SILVAS First Base, Long Beach, CA

1987 DUDE AUSMUS Outfielder, Sapulpa, OK

1995 DON FRAZIER IF/OF, Long Beach, CA

1975 * CLINT HERRON Third Base, Long Beach, CA

1987 * DICK GONZALES First Base, Phoenix, AZ

1995 LARRY FISHER Administrator, Findlay, OH

1975 * MARVIN CASTEEL Administrator, Ogden, UT

1987 * LES DIETZEN Administrator, Kaukauna, WI

1995 TOM STASIK Administrator, Frankenmuth, MI

1976 * VIRGIL JONES Pitcher, San Pedro, CA

1988 * IRVIN (RED) MEAIRS Catcher, Long Beach, CA

1996 JOHN EGE Infielder, Sioux City, IA

1976 * JIMMY JONES Shortstop, Long Beach, CA

1988 DICK POBANZ Pitcher, Decatur, IL

1996 JIMMY MOORE Pitcher, Seattle, WA

1977 * EDDIE (SPOTTS) WILLIS Catcher, Phoenix, AZ

1988 DUTCH ELBERS Administrator, St. Paul, MN

1996 * RUSS BOICE Manager, St. Louis, MO

1977 BOB NEELY Outfielder, Phoenix, AZ

1989 DUTCH AUSMUS Second Base, Sapulpa, OK

1996 KEN HACKMEISTER Administrator, Farmington, UT

1978 * CLAYTON DUGGER Pitcher, Waco, TX

1989 KENNY WYCOFF Pitcher, El Paso, TX

1978 KARL NIELSON Administrator, Phoenix, AZ

1989 * CARL GRIECO Administrator, Juniata, PA

1997 LARRY BODASHEFSKY Outfielder, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

1979 RICHIE STEPHEN Pitcher, Mountain Green, UT

1989 ED KIRNER Administrator, Montgomery, IL

1980 DON SARNO Pitcher, Culver City, Long Beach, CA

1990 FRANK TREJO Third Base, Phoenix, AZ

1980 * STU ZINK Catcher, Phoenix, AZ

1990 BOB BEYERS Administrator, Seattle, WA

1981 MILT STARK Catcher, Taft, Long Beach, CA

1990 ARMANDO SAMBRANO Umpire, El Paso, TX

1997 DON LESLIE Infielder, Murietta, CA 1997 GALE KURTZ Manager, Sioux City, IA

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1998 CHAD (CORKY) CORCORAN Infielder, Seattle, WA

ISC HALL OF FAME 2005 RANDY BURNSIDE Catcher, Seattle, WA

1998 JOHN WILSON IF/OF, Long Beach, CA

2005 PETER FINN Pitcher, Midland, MI

1998 * GEORGE PEARSON OF/Pitcher, San Pedro, CA

2005 ART CASHION Administrator, Ft. Worth, TX

1998 RAY UNRUH Infielder, Dinuba, CA

2005 MARGARITO “MAGGIE” BANALES Umpire, El Paso, TX

1999 JAY BOB BICKFORD Pitcher, Phoenix, AZ 1999 JERRY FLORY Outfielder, Long Beach, CA 1999 * JIM ALLEN Administrator, St. Charles, MO 2000 GARY DOBEREINER Catcher, Moline, IL 2000 DICK THOMPSON Infielder/Pitcher, Quincy, IL 2000 DICK ZUCCATO Catcher, Wofford Heights, CA 2000 HERB WISDOM Manager, Tumacacori, AZ 2000 BOB MINSHALL Umpire/Administrator, Burlington, ON 2001 HICE STILES Outfielder, S. California 2001 BOB GUY Infielder, S. California 2001 BRAD BURRUP Catcher, Salt Lake City 2001 * CLYDE WOODS Outfielder, Oklahoma 2002 LARRY NOLAN Outfielder, Southern California 2002 MARTY KERNAGHAN Infielder, Sioux City 2002 * BUTCH CHAMBERS Catcher, Arizona 2002 LES NOVAK Umpire, Minnesota 2003 JOHNNY APPELL Player-Manager, Texas 2003 BILL BOYER Outfielder, Seattle 2003 JIM RUBBELKE Manager, Minnesota 2004 ED DANIELS Catcher, Fresno, CA 2004 BOB OSBORN IF/OF, Balboa Island, CA 2004 JERRY RALFS Pitcher, Davenport, IA 2004 MARK SMITH Pitcher, Falmouth, Nova Scotia

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2006 ED KLECKER Pitcher, Sunset Beach, CA 2006 BRAD UNDERWOOD Pitcher, Owen Sound, ON 2006 GREG SEPULVEDA Shortstop, Mission Viejo, CA 2007 LARRY LYNCH Manager, Kitchener, ON 2007 PETER MEREDITH Pitcher, Salt Lake City, UT 2007 * LLOYD SIMPSON Administrator, Owen Sound, ON 2007 TIM WAHL Catcher, Grayland, WA 2008 HAL BRITTON Catcher, Fresno, CA 2008 DENNY BRUCKERT Manager, Gillespie, IL 2008 DOUG CHASE Catcher, Port Alberni, BC 2008 FLOYD “BLUE” LA VERGNE Outfielder, Los Angeles, CA 2008 GORDON WISE Administrator, Piqua, OH 2009 DAN NESSLER Infielder, North Mankato, MN 2009 MICHAEL WHITE Pitcher, Eugene, OR 2009 MIKE PIECHNIK Pitcher, Victoria, BC 2009 BOB WILLS Outfielder, Rancho Murieta, CA 2009 *TOM MCAVOY Manager, Stillwater, NY 2010 JOE AVILA Infielder – Hanford, CA 2010 JOHN BECKER Manager – Holmen, WI 2010 DENNIS JOHNSON Administrator St. James, MN 2010 ALAN ROHRBACK Outfielder – San Diego, CA 2010 DARREN ZACK Pitcher – Garden River, ON 2010 MARK SORENSON Catcher--New Zealand 2011 ROBERT GRAY Administrator - Wetumpka, AL

2011 JERRY HOFFMAN Infielder - Irvine, CA 2011 JODY HENNIGAR Pitcher/Infielder - Hudson, FL 2011 BRIAN PATON Outfielder - Woodstock, ON 2011 *LANNY RUPP Field Manager - Lakewood, CA 2012 PAUL ALGAR Pitcher, Lexington IL 2012 TODD BUDKE Outfielder, Lancaster CA 2012 SHAWN RYCHCIK North Andover, MA 2012 ADAM SMITH Hagersville, ON 2012 DICK MASON Administrator - Littleton CO * deceased

BOB WELBY MEMORIAL RECOGNITION OF SERVICE AWARD

1991 * SARAH CALHOUN Tournament Sponsor 1961-1969, Rock Island, IL 1992 * LARRY MILLER Sponsor, MILLER TOYOTA Salt Lake City, UT 1993 * RAY ANDERSON Publisher FASTPITCH BULLETIN 1994 DAVE BALL Manager/Commissioner Southern California 1997 LES CIGEL Sponsor, ALL CAR ROADRUNNERS Green Bay, WI 1999 CARL HANSEN Sponsor, PAGE BRAKE Salt Lake City, UT 2000 * LEO “LEFTY” BARTOS Team & Program Administrator Midland, MI

2002 NEIL FENNELL 2009 WES HAYMOND Administrator Manager, coach, clinician, Perth, ON administrator 2002 DAN YANTZI Salt Lake City, UT Player – Contributor 2010  THE SONNENTAG FAMILY Waterloo, ON Sponsors and Contributors Marathon, WI 2004 NORB THURMER Manager, Sponsor, Contributor 2011 DAVE BLACKBURN Internet Streaming Developer, St. Louis, MO Tournament Director and 2006 ART GILLIS Maccabi Games Promoter Manager, Sponsor, Administrator Venice, CA Saginaw, MI 2012 JOHN MILLER 2007 BOB TOMLINSON Sponsor Publisher, Tournament Green Bay, WI Director, Contributor * deceased Poynette, WI 2008 AL DORAN Web Site Director & Sport Information Distributor Richmond Hill, ON

This special branch of the ISC Hall of Fame is reserved for individuals who have distinguished themselves through contributions of their time, talent and treasure to the International Softball Congress and fastpitch softball in general. The Eastern Canada Area contributed $400 toward the Hall of Fame sign permanently displayed at the Kimberly Municipal Complex.

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ISC Carrol Forbes Foundation to Invest in Youth Fastball Programs The Carrol Forbes Foundation, established in 1995 in memory of ISC Founder Carrol Forbes (1909-1982) will commence providing funding in 2006 for youth development programs to “invest in the future” of this great sport of fastball. FUNDING AVAILABLE–In August, 2005, the ISC Board of Directors supported a Carrol Forbes recommendation from the CFF Committee that for the immediate future, half of the annual 1909-1982 earned income will be available the following year, to fund various projects designated for youth development. Eligible programs include local clinics fostering the aims and objectives of fastball for youth, the inaugural ISC Scholarship Program, and other projects that fall within the criteria. Eligible applicants include all organizations that are affiliated with or have a relationship with the ISC. The CFF will annually award one (1) $500 college scholarship. High School seniors may apply but these recipients will not receive their funding until the student has successfully completed one semester of college. For application form, please contact Charlie Smith, CFF Chair or John Thompson, CFF Co-coordinator (addresses below). Applications accepted January-June, or until available funding is depleted. MEMBERSHIP–Resource development for the CFF originates from donors who become “members” in the Forbes Foundation. Veteran ISC World Tournament umpire Les Novak, an original founder of the CFF, was the inaugural “Gold Donor”. Membership is open to individuals, families, teams, sponsors, businesses, organizations etc. The ISC has been granted 501(C) (3) tax-exempt status by the IRS whereby donors are eligible to receive IRS charitable tax receipts to offset income tax payable. Various levels of membership are available and provide the following recognition: PLATINUM–$2,500 plus: IRS Income tax receipt; Lifetime pass to ISC World Tournaments, platinum plaque, recognition at the ISC Hall of Fame, published recognition in the ISC annual Guide, 2 complimentary tickets (upon request) to the annual Hall of Fame Breakfast. GOLD–$1,000 plus: IRS Income tax receipt; Lifetime pass to ISC World Tournaments, gold plaque, recognition at the ISC Hall of Fame, published recognition in the ISC annual Guide, 2 complimentary tickets (upon request) to the annual Hall of Fame Breakfast. SILVER–$500 plus: IRS Income tax receipt; silver plaque, recognition at the ISC Hall of Fame, published recognition in the ISC annual Guide, 2 complimentary tickets (upon request) to the annual Hall of Fame Breakfast. BRONZE–$250 plus: IRS Income tax receipt; bronze plaque, recognition at the ISC Hall of Fame, published recognition in the ISC annual Guide. PATRON–$100 plus: IRS Income tax receipt; published recognition in the ISC annual Guide. FRIEND–$25 plus: IRS Income tax receipt. (Incremental donations are encouraged for donors to achieve higher investment in the programs of the CFF) In excess of $42,153 (year-ended September 2010) is earning income in a variety of professionally recommended investments.

CFF DONORS (*Denotes Charter Donors)

PLATINUM

*Les Novak – *Charles Smith (In memory of Barbara Smith) – John “Jack” Addison Frank Trejo and the softball fans of Arizona – Dick Mason – Ray Russell

GOLD

2011 Hall of Fame Breakfast Auction – *Milt & Diana Stark – *L. Rudy Thoman – *Bob & Jo Anne Welby *Frank & Phyllis Porth – Ken & Leslie Hackmeister – Frank & Theresa Rogers – Peter J. Porcelli (In memory of Russ Boice) Larry H. Miller Toyota & Page Brake teams of Salt Lake City, Utah (In memory of Brendan Keehan) Schutt Sports-Robert & Kay Krull – Carl & LuGene Hansen (Page Brake) – Gateway Companies Inc. Bob Welby Memorial – Jim & Joyce Allen – Kitchener-Waterloo 2002 World Tournament – Al & Merry Ann Ruegsegger Frank Trejo (In honor of Past & Present Sponsors) – ISC Commissioners (special project) – Floyd Hammen 2006 Kitchener Tournament Committee (in memory of Laverne Reichert) – Lloyd and Verna Simpson ISC 2006 Host Committee Auction – Dean Oscar (In memory of father Donald Oscar)

SILVER

Roy Stout (In memory of Betty Stout) – Robert & Lessie Gray – Ed & Carole Kirner John Thompson/Sports & Scholarships — ISC Midland 2012 Hall of Fame Breakfast

BRONZE

In memory of Tom McAvoy – Dick Gonzales & Clayton Dugger (In memory of Clyde Fortune) – Anonymous (In memory of Frank Porth) – Wayne & Jerilyn Fisher – Walcott, IA Softball Organization – Keith Erkenbrack Patrick & Judi Sullivan – Lee and Mary Jane Isenhart – Z-Man Book Sales (Darren Zack) from John Thompson

PATRON

A&A Photo – Sioux City 1999 World Tournament – William Smith – Rodney Gray – Glenn Legrand Vicki L. Belyna (In memory of Tom McAvoy) – Mary Anne & Michael Griffen (In memory of Tom McAvoy) Dawn Montavon (In Memory of Tom McAvoy) – John & Brenda Thompson (in memory of John MacTavish) Donations, payable to ISC, are mailed to CFF Treasurer Charlie Smith, 10317 Sugarberry, El Paso, TX 79925. To request a CFF Brochure, funding application form, or more information, please contact Charlie at 915-598-7528 or e-mail at csmith2@elp.rr.com or John Thompson 519-884-4050 or e-mail at sstj99@gmail.com.

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2012 ISC Hall of Famers Broadcast

Paul Algar and presenter Russell Cooper.

Todd Budke (right) was introduced by Todd Martin

Dick Mason (center) is inducted by ISC VP Todd McCabe (left) and Bryan Mason

The 2012 Hall of Fame class at the World Tournament Opening Ceremonies

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2012 ISC Hall of Famers

The 2012 honoured members of the ISC Hall of Fame and their presenters

Bob Welby Memorial Award recipient John Miller (right) and his presenter Milt Van Lanen

Shawn Rychcik is welcomed to the Hall of Fame by Denny Bruckert (right) and Les Novak (left)

Presenting Adam Smith for induction are Wayne Fisher (left) and Chris Jones (right) Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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ISC Quilt Raffle-Benefits Special Olympics

The above quilt sample is similar to the two to be raffled in Quad Cities at the ISC World Tournament.

ISC Treasurer Charlie Smith gathers various fastball T-shirts during the year, and his daughter Susan makes them into these type quilts. The ISC wives group then arranges for raffle tickets to be sold during the tournament. All proceeds from the quilt raffle will be given to the Quad Cities Special Olympics organization to assist funding their activities. Our thanks to Charlie, Susan and the ISC wives for their part in this very worthwhile project.

Two ex-El Paso Ducks players want to wish great success to the International Softball Congress in 2013.

You may see us at one of your tournaments because we really like to watch fastpitch softball. Charlie Smith Frank Wilkin

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Front row L-R: Tyron Bartorillo, Ian Fehrman, Ryan Boland, Todd Martin, Brandon Horn, Shane Boland, Will Fehrman, Ryan Wolfe Back row L-R: Steve Kooser Mgr., Daryl Fehrman Coach, Sean Cleary, Frederik Terkelsen, Brad Rona, Paul Koert, Donny Hale, Ben Enoka, Fred Mckeen Scorekeeper Absent: Dave Anderson GM, Ken Fenwick Trainer

SECOND PLACE - HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON

Front row L-R: Chase Brunton, Bradley Ezekiel, Bryan Porter, Paul Hill, Mark Johnson, Nick Shailes, Kyle Ezekiel, Jason Hill, Steve Mullaley, Jeff Ellsworth Back row L-R: Doug Eidt, Mark Arsenault, David Hill, Mike Joseph, Adam Folkard, Earl Hill, Mitch Hardy, Calvin Miller, Craig Macdonald, Jason Sanford, Ryan Thompson, Clint Hill Absent: Brian Hill

THIRD PLACE - PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg, PA

2012 ISC World Tournament Participants In Final Standings Order

WORLD CHAMPIONS - JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

Front row L-R: Josh Martin, Tom Avery, Joe Roslin, Dave Lohman, Corey Schnoke, Greg Houtz, Lucas Mata, Merlin High Back row L-R: Bob Hoffman, Chip Savini, Derrick Zechman, Eric Fogel, Frank DeGroat, Karl Gollan, Serge La Hoy, Jimmy Lawerence, Dean Malone, Thomas Enoka Absent: Andy Mease

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FOURTH PLACE - NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park, NY

Front row L-R: Wayne Laulu, Mathieu Roy, Bryan Abrey, Nick Mullins, Ben Wideman Middle row L-R: Paul “Chico” McCart, Denny Bruckert, Derek Pukash, Frankie Perez, Blair Ezekiel, Todd Schultz, Paul Walford, Patrick Shannon Back row L-R: Greg Nydick, Peter Schmitt, Gregg Leather, Bryan Newton, Bill Hillhouse, Jeremy Tracy, Andrew Kirkpatrick, Travis Wilson, Rhys Casley, Vahram Mateosian, Larry Lynch Missing Sponsors: Bruce Tanski & Bob Nydick

FIFTH PLACE - TORONTO GATORS, Toronto, ON

Front row L-R: Chris McColl, Joel Grossman, Steve Gillies, John Kemp, Rob O’Neill, Rob Sampano Middle row L-R: Daryn Miller, Joel Langford, Dustin Houtz, John Zeiger, Justin Cevette, Tyler Whynot Back row L-R: Donnelly Archibald, Andrew Putnam, Ray Carr, Justin Schofield, Adam Sargon, Gregg Garrity, Blair Setford

FIFTH PLACE - KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo, ND

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SEVENTH PLACE – DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK

Front row L-R: Jim Climenhaga, Anthony Climenhaga, Eric Tarnowski, Derek Arsenie, Devon McCullough, Colby Beierle, Jon Equina Back row L-R: Bill Marshall (Coach), Kalyn Robinson, Brennan Pokoyoway, Collin Schaan, Trevor Ethier, Dean Holoien, Keith Mackintosh

SEVENTH PLACE – CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR

Front row L-R: Kevin Castillo, Calem Gardner, Bryan Villanueva, Bobby Rosthenhausler, Blake Miller, Chase Turner, Matt Palazzo, Kevin Schellenberg Back row L-R: Jason Porto, Nate Devine, Marcus Tan, Ron Guzman, Sean Whitten, Darren Box, Derek Mayson, David Weldin

NINTH PLACE - MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN

Front row L-R: Justin Gill, Fernando Petric, Rick Saunders, Nico Bittor, Tom Crouch, Leonardo Latasa, Jeff Drahota Back row L-R: Jeff Larson, Paul Arntzen, Darren Dubsky, Juan Potolucchio, Jace Mataczynski, Jeff Mataczynski, Tommy Thompson, Ed Mataczynski Absent: Brandon Aman

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NINTH PLACE - ERB ELECTRIC EXPOS, Elmira ON

Front row L-R: Tim Freeman, Josh Brohman, Dan Martin, Marty Humphries, Derek Martin, Kevin Wellwood Back row L-R: Rick Mclean, Kevin Gutscher, Jon Hiller, Travis Martin, Trevor Beatson, Casey Halstead Absent: Andy Mclean

NINTH PLACE – NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON

Front row L-R: Mike Bateman, Blake Paylove, Matt Lyon, Brian Crawford, Kevin Newhouse, Adam Dearborn, Darren Newson Back row L-R: Bill Weaver, Andrew Phibbs, Dean Carr, Scott Young, Jay Paylove, Pete Dobbin, Alex Panas, Trevor Falk Absent: Perry Bartley, Dan Bernard, Ryan Rothwell, Alex Szockyj and Ian Wallwork

NINTH PLACE – SCARBOROUGH FORCE, Scarborough ON

Front row L-R: Aaron Trude, Blake Underwood, Frank Lang, Craig Buttar, Scott LeBlanc, Nick Dambrosio, Mike Dambrosio Back row L-R: Sylvia (Sparky) Ryan, Joran Graham, Bill Fairney, Andy Skelton, Andrew Scott, Tyson Barkman, Jake Taylor, Aaron Fraser, Brian McGuire, Todd Idenouye (coach)

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THIRTEENTH PLACE - STOCK PACK, Ashland, OH

Front row L-R: Chad Ferguson, Trevor Urban, Adam Binkley, Tyron McKinney, Adam Saylor, Jason Whiteley Back row L-R: Shane Flinner, Sean Kelly, Shaun Winship, Chad Honaker, Ryan Saylor, Brad Webb, Trevor Kelly Absent: David Wiley

THIRTEENTH PLACE - SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC

Front row L-R: Tyler McNeil, Andrew Medewich, Kris Waluska, Nick Medwedrich, Cory Warner, Adam Schnarr, Brian Banner Back row L-R: Len Banner (coach), Scott Leiph, Kyle Cowick, Rich Haldane, Ben Edgington, Chad Bryden, Jarred Cooper, John Biship (coach), Joe Medwedrich (coach)

THIRTEENTH PLACE - BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Spokane WA

Front row L-R: Chris McGehee, Mike Spingola, Casey Knight, Jerome Haretuku, James Close Back row L-R: Kris Waverick, Nick Underhill, Scott Newitt, Pat Humphries, Rob Schweyer, Shawn Mandolesi

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THIRTEENTH PLACE - EXPLORERS, Midland MI

Front Back row L-R: Kyle Beane, Dustin Collamer, Adam Lalonde, Don Scott, Dan Loney, Catlin Porter, Rowan Lam, Eddy Ketelhut, Dave O’Keefe Back row L-R: Gregg Sauve, Mike Lalonde, Jon Gwizdala, Justin Krenzke, Shea Bryant, Dale Levy, Grant Patterson, Steve Horning, Steve Roberts, Don Walter

SEVENTEENTH PLACE - CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZE

Front row L-R: Pavel Hlinka, Jaroslav Muller, Tomas Klein, Petr Vacha, Jiri Nezbeda, David Mertl, Jiri Brabec, Tomas Jelinek, Karel Kadecka Back row L-R: Petr Novak, Lawrence Allen, Jaroslav Brenik, Patrik Kolkus, Tomas Petr, Vaclav Svoboda, Tomas Vobornik, Jaroslav Korcak, Tomas Kusy Absent: Pavel Stocek, Ales Jetmar, Jonas Mach, Lukas Holub

SEVENTEENTH PLACE SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON

Front row L-R: Randy Wicke, Jodie Schnarr, Jamie Boyd, Dan Kalbfleish, Trevor Glaab, Peter Hungwell, Jamie Wicke, AJ Moses Back row L-R: Nick Laurette, Scott Lealess, Keith Rankin, Andrew Medhurst, Sam Forbes, Rob Faulhafer, Jeff Murphy, Matt McLaren, Larry Cox

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SEVENTEENTH PLACE - CAL STATE BUILDERS, Seattle WA

Front row L-R: Duane Christensen, Brady Woods, Kevin Kammueller, Dave Carlton, Scot Tomasello, Darin Michael, Dany Blanco Back row L-R: Dean Waltier, Matt Christiansen, Bob “Desert Rat” Hunter, Mark Summers, Dave Jordan, Ricky Moore II, Jenner Christiansen, Matt McMann Absent: Alisha Larkin, Miki Carlton

SEVENTEENTH PLACE COLUMBIA RIVER A-1 BREWERS, Vancouver WA

Front row L-R: Tim Hunt, Gino Saracho, Doug Allin, Chris Paiva, Dan Ceballos, Jason Obregon, Tony Acedo, Fred Hanker Back row L-R: Keeth Barker, Tony Gonzales, Rob Gehrke, Travis Price, Robert Renteria, Jeff Farion, Fernando, Seba Gervasutti, Roger Jones, Bob Piddock

SEVENTEENTH PLACE - PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL

Front row L-R: Daniel Eisenhauer, Charlie Bailey, Steve Linton, Mack Schmitt Jr, Sisko Sabate, Luis Saldana Back row L-R: Daniel Alstat, Al Zobrist, Camden Decker, Nicolas Carril, Jim Pecoraro Absent: Federico Eder

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SEVENTEENTH PLACE - CIRCLE TAP DUKES, Denmark WI

Front row L-R: Kyle Magnusson, Dean Kane, Josh Johnson, German Sacks, Ryan Sinclair, Chris DeLarwelle, Bill Miller Back row L-R: Kevin Schumacher, Chris Delorit, Jim Corbett, Jeremy Manley, Jon Zipperer, Bryan Hansen, Chad Huebner Absent Nick Lamphere, Nick Needham, Brett Kadlec, Jess Ellestad,

SEVENTEENTH PLACE - KITCHENER CUBS, Kitchener ON

Front row L-R: Dan Mitchell, Grant Baechler, Bob Gillow, Andy Baechler, Ryan Deadman, David Pratt, Brandon Parks Back row L-R: Ryan French, Scott Wagar, Travis Hofstetter, Allan Phibbs, Adam Hiller, Brad Thomson, Brian Gillow Absent: Luke Hiller, Chad Wells, Jeremy deBellaval

SEVENTEENTH PLACE - ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON

Front row L-R: Paul McCart (Manager), Joe Triest, Kyle Vink, Ryan Swift, Jamie Shields, Brad Young, Andy Triest Back row L-R: Keith Drew (Scorekeeper), Kevin Morgan (Coach), Aaron Stocking, Chris Drew, Ben Hodgins, Tom Berube, Kyle Mitchell, Cody Campbell, Doug Charlton (Coach) Absent: Alix Chisholm

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TWENTYFIFTH PLACE SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island NY

Front row L-R: Steve Mullady, Roddy Bray, Kris Bogach, Josh Horton, Anthony Shaut, Louie Kass, Steve Schwartz, Vern Shaut Back row L-R: Brooks Robinson, Tom Unger, Mike Hoadley, Justin Zimmerman, Michael Bourbakis, Brian Jackson, John Schreiber, Jonas Mach Absent Robert Santiago and Nick Zirpoli, Mike Conigliaro and Al Martin

TWENTYFIFTH PLACE WATERDOWN HAMMER, Waterdown ON

Front row L-R: Brian Prowse, Mike Welton, Pete Chambers, Mike Pullin, Darrin Curtis, Darren Zack Jr.,Dominic Demassi, Will Lake Back row L-R: Matt Turcotte, Fred Killing, Tim Neil, Todd Hamblin, Darren Zack, Larry Withnell, Mike Brown, Jason Young, Tim Coe

TWENTYFIFTH PLACE - NEW YORK BOMBERS, Cortland NY

Front row L-R: Bruce Hackett, Terry Williams, Wally Skrzynski, Chris Williams, Mark Kinner, Jason Surdyke, Roger Karn Back row L-R: Doug Hoffman, Dan Edholm, John Dry, Brandon Viol, Jeff Carr, Justin Heyman, Shawn Samson

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TWENTYFIFTH PLACE - BANDITS, Pueblo CO

Front row L-R: Nick Santos, Cliff Wisdom, Roberto Segura, Jerry Santos, Mike Santos, Andrew Jobe, Daniel Vigil, Cristobal Sanchez Back row L-R: Chris Santos, Daniel Camacho, Jason Shea, Allen West, Buddy Armijo, Shawn Vanduvall, Gerald Gomez, Mike Ramirez, Max Montero

TWENTYFIFTH PLACE - BIG APPLE BAGELS, Bay City MI

Front row L-R: Brandon Krause, Josh Peterson, Andrew Plouff, Jeff Nowaczyk, Sean Hoffman Middle row L-R: Rich Brown, Brett Rohn, Blake Landosky, Rick Tiede, Kevin Dore, Bill Kunkel, Coach Craig Bott Back row L-R: Head Coach Dave O’Keefe, Rick Engle, Greg Wright, Phil Blalock, Trey Lee, Andy Bouchard, Ken Hoffman, Assistant Coach John Hoffman Absent: Brett Start

TWENTYFIFTH PLACE ARGENTINA JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM, Parana ARG

Front row L-R: Juan Zara, Pablo Migliavacca, Franco Gini, Giuliano Scialacomo, Mateo Terraza, Matias Minigutti Middle row L-R: Daniel Aranaz, Teo Migliavacca, Pablo Masmu, Layo Malarczuk, Pancho Lombardo, Rino Alegre, Franco Ortellado Back row L-R: Federico Eder (Coach), Martin Gonzalez, Juan Gandoy, Federico Olheiser, Roman Godoy, Huemul Mata

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TWENTYFIFTH PLACE THE BAR ON THE AVENUE, Appleton WI

No information provided by team.

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Official trophy supplier to 2013 ISC World Tournament and ISC Championships

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The ISC World Tournament in Photos

Ian Fehrman scores for Jarvis as the Gremlins’ Pat Shannon waits for the throw

Marcus Tan, California A’s, steals an extra bases hit

Brandon Horn’s two-run single in the bottom of the 7th eliminated the NY Gremlins, keeping Jarvis alive

California A’s Marcus Tan rocks the Tim Lincecum hair! Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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Dragons slay ISC All-Stars Broadcast

By Bill Hillhouse – Special to the ISC

Twenty-three athletes from the local Special Olympics program arrived at Currie Stadium for the annual game vs the “ISC All Stars” on Aug 15 at 5pm. The game was officially labeled “ISC All Stars vs. Midland Dragons”, and the ISC guys had no chance from the very start of the game. The Dragons had far superior pitching, hitting, and base-running ability, literally running circles around the ISC team for an easy 4-1 victory. It was not a lack of depth in the ISC line-up that was the difference. The team was littered with ISC stars such as Andrew Kirkpatrick, Rhys Casely, Nick Shailes, Dale Levy, and even managed by Hall of Famer Denny Bruckert. But both ISC pitchers, Steve Horning and Derek Pukash, were hitting every bat the Dragons brought to the plate. Combining that fact with the inability of the ISC defense to record outs, this was truly a David and Goliath match-up. In fact, one of the Midland Dragon athletes summed it up best during the group photo by saying he “couldn’t tell which was the Special Olympics team by the way the ISC guys played.” But this game was not so much about the failures of the ISC players as it was the talents displayed by the Dragons. Excelling at defense and the pitchers utilizing all sides of the plate, the Dragons truly outplayed the ISC team in every way. The game was officiated by every off-duty ISC umpire, and one would think that with so many eyes on each play they would get every call right. There was a controversial call at 2nd base early in the game that almost cost manager Denny Bruckert of the ISC team severely. Believing the ISC 2nd baseman Rowan Lam tagged the base ahead of the Dragon’s runner, all of the umpires (nearly in unison) signaled “safe” when sent Bruckert into his now infamous tirade, slamming his hat to the ground and voicing his displeasure with the Blue crew. All in all it was a fantastic game, once again organized by Kyle Beane. Where he finds time to do so many things is beyond me. Player, tournament director, and S/O game organizer. Everyone who participated is owed a huge thank you. We were able to secure enough donations to get every player an 8x10 picture from the game and everyone got a souvenir from the generous donations by the teams of hats, shirts, jerseys, etc. Teams from coast to coast and even New Zealand donated some items for the Dragon athletes to wear as memories from the game. There will also be a sizable donation made to the local Special Olympics organization with the left-over monies collected.

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Special Olympics photo courtesy Jamie Grems Clark

Special Olympics photos courtesy Jamie Grems Clark

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Front row, L-R: Blair Setford, Todd McCabe, Charlie Smith, Robert Gray, David Blackburn, Ken Hackmeister, Dean Oscar, Larry Fisher, Joe Todd, Chris Santos Back row,L-R: Lance Winn, Gregg Leather, Tom Crouch, Dick Mason, Les Novak, Craig Donaldson, Kyle Smith, Wayne Fisher, Hank DeWild, Tom Stasik, Al Doran, Rosanne Allan

UMPIRES

Front row L-R: Mark Rieber, Chris Tehonica, Paul Baier, Jim Fatrakis, Paul Squires, Jay Hart, Serge Laflamme, Mike Orn Middle row L-R: Mark Mc Farlane, Peter Kluszczynski, Billy Norton, Steve Jahnke, Larry Tait, Steve Vail, Joe Squires, Lou Davis, Brian Sharples Back row L-R: Les Novak, Randy McLamb, Vic Cena, Ray Inman, Tim Whitelaw, Mark Gough, Dave Selden, Mike Clark, Mark Larson, Terry Richter, Bruce Bierman

ISC NETWORK BROADCAST TEAM

International Softball Congress

Front row, L-R: Rosanne Allen, Dave Blackburn, Jessica Allen Back row, L-R: Mike Betz, Lance Winn, Blair Setford, Kyle Smith, Joe Todd, Gerry Betz

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2012 ISC II CHAMPIONSHIP

CHAMPIONSHIP ELIMINATION PLAYOFF MIDLAND - AUGUST 14-20, 2012 Kitchener Outlaws Default Wellington Sox 9

Outlaws 1 Wellington 2 Wellington 3

Wyevale Tribe 2 Winterset A’s 2

Aurora 1 Winterset 1

Frankenmuth TIiffany’s 1 Aurora Dolan & Murphy 2 Aurora 7

Aurora 4

Quad City Sox 1

Motor City Shamrocks Default Evergreeen Storm 5 Westerville Capitals 3 Parry Island Hawks 6 Wiarton Nationals 3 Lanceros De Vargas 7

Hawks 1 Shamrocks 3 Storm 0 Storm 5 Hawks 2 Hawks 2 Hawks 5 Lanceros 1

Sweaburg Crush 4 Hawks

2012 ISC II Champions Parry Island Hawks

Default

Wyevale Quad City 3

Tiffany’s 2 Default

Wyevale 1

Lanceros 2

Crush 1

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Aurora 7 Lanceros 5

Quad City 2 Shamrocks 1 Capitals 8

Capitals Wiarton 3

Lanceros 8

Captials 0

Wellington 4 Lanceros 6

Storm 6 Storm 1

Winterset 0 Wiarton 1

Wiarton 2 Wiarton 7 Outlaws 1

Aurora 0

Lanceros 9 Quad City 1

Gosse pitches Parry Island to the ISC II Title by Bob Otto

MIDLAND, MI – Ward Gosse doesn’t blow the ball by hitters – not that he’s slow by any means. But his location, his movement, his pitches – the drop, rise and change? Superb. With all his pitches working, Gosse fired a two-hitter in leading the Parry Island Hawks from northern Ontario to a 1-0 victory over the Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks in the ISC II championship game. “Being a part of this is great,” said Gosse, a veteran of several ISC World Tournaments and Canadian championships. “We had a great run, and the competition in the semi-finals and the final was really good. It was a tough final.” ALMOST PERFECT

hitting Mike Drew swinging over the top of another hard-breaking drop on the outside corner. DOUBLE AWARD WINNER After the game, the ISC II presentations of the Gord Newman Memorial Championship Trophy to Parry Island and individual awards took place. And it wasn’t a big surprise that Gosse received both of the tournament’s most prestigious awards: The Most Outstanding Pitcher and the Most Valuable Player awards. “He pitched amazing,” said ISC II Vice President, Joe Todd, who helped present the awards. “He has pitched his heart out since the ISC II started on Monday.”

But Gosse was more than up to the task. Through five innings he was working on a perfect game. But Greg Punke put an end to that. But not by much. His swinging bunt hugged the third base line, staying fair, allowing Punke to reach first safely. He advanced to third base on a sacrifice and passed ball. But that’s as far as he got. Gosse reached back and struck out the next two batters. He blazed a hard drop by a swinging Mike Marrero, and then caught lefthander T.J. Chase looking with another well-placed drop ball on the outside corner to retire the side.

2012 ISC II Champions Parry Island Hawks

McCLEARY HOME SAFELY The Hawks finally gave Gosse the only run he would need in the sixth. But it came tainted. Joe McCleary reached first on an error and eventually scored when Aurora pitcher Ales Jetmar fielded a chopper by Brad Matheson and threw wildly past third base trying to get McCleary sliding into the bag. The errant throw allowed McCleary to race home with the game’s winning run. In the seventh, Aurora mounted a threat when P.J. McKinney led off with a single to left field. But Gosse struck out Valdemar Terkelsen swinging over an outside drop ball; coaxed D a v e Schuett into a pop up, and ended the game by striking Ward Gosse, Parry Island Hawks, out rightISC II Most Outstanding Pitcher s i d e

Pitched amazing? Indeed. The Hawks won four games leading up to the championship, and Gosse won three of them. One of those a 2-0 win over Aurora in a winner bracket game in which he fired a two-hitter and struck out 10. When all said and done, he finished with a 4-0 record and 0.35 ERA in 28 2/3 innings. He allowed one earned run, 10 hits and nine walks, along with 43 strikeouts. The Hawks also got a big game from Frank Cox, who beat a tough Lanceros De Vargas team from Venezuela 2-1. In seven innings, Cox gave up the one run on four hits and struck out 13. JETMAR TWIRLS A GEM As for Aurora’s pitching, Jetmar (3-1) battled Gosse even throughout the game. The tall right-hander from the Czech Republic allowed just four hits, two walks and struck out five. The win was especially sweet for Parry Island manager Derek Pinkerton. He said that northern Ontario finally got some well-deserved credit for playing good fastball. “We’re a first year team and we wanted to play hard and let the chips fall where they may,” he said. “North Ontario has been an afterthought for (fastball) for a long time. I want to thank everyone involved with our team that made this possible.”

and MVP

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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2012 ISC II TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS FINAL STANDINGS Bracket Order of Elimination Place Team wins loses 1st Parry Island, ON Hawks 5 2 2nd Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks 4 4 3rd Vargas, Ven Lanceros De Vargas 5 4 4th St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 3 4 T-5 Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 3 4 T-5 Wiarton, ON Nationals 3 4 T-7 Davenport, IA Quad City Sox 3 4 T-7 Westerville, OH Capitals 1 4 T-9 Winterset, IA A’s 1 4 T-9 Wyevale, ON Tribe 0 4 T-9 Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks 0 4 T-9 Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws 0 4 T-13 Frankenmuth, MI Tiffany’s 0 4 T-13 Sweaburg, ON Crush 0 4

Most Outstanding Pitcher and Most Valuable Player Ward Gosse, Parry Island Hawks Ward had a 4-0 record, picking up 3 of the Hawks 4 wins in the ISC II tournament. Giving up only 17 hits in 36 innings pitched, Gosse allowed only 5 earned runs and gave up just 6 walks while striking out 55 and compiling an ERA of 0.97. He was air-tight in the ISC II Final, giving up just 2 hits while fanning 10. Gosse also went 2-3 in the Final. Most RBIs John Zambrano, Lanceros De Vargas - 11 Leading Hitter Ryan Shannon, Kitchener Bell Cartage Outlaws .583 Ryan had hits in all of his teams games, as he went 7-12 including a triple and a home run, with a walk and 4 RBIs.

2012 ISC II ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Pitchers Ward Gosse, Parry Island Hawks Ales Jetmar, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Jesus Mujica, Lanceros De Vargas

W-L IP H ER 4-0 36 17 5 2-1 30 29 7 3-3 32 1/3 26 14

BB 6 3 13

Catchers Robert Reder, Aurora Dolan & Murphy

AB R 23 5

H HR RBI AVG 6 0 2 .261

Infielders John Zambrano, Lanceros De Vargas Dave Schuett, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Ryan Fisk, Harriston Wellington Sox LT Jacques, Parry Island Hawks Ryan Shannon, Kitchener Bell Cartage Outlaws Matt Greer, Parry Island Hawks

24 23 22 20 12 21

7 2 3 1 2 6

12 10 10 6 7 7

5 1 0 0 1 2

11 6 3 1 4 3

.500 .435 .455 .300 .583 .333

Outfielders Chris Wismer, St.Thomas Evergreen Storm TJ Chase, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Jeremy Creeden, Harriston Wellington Sox Arturo Acacio, Lanceros De Vargas

14 25 22 28

2 5 4 5

7 6 9 6

0 2 0 0

3 4 3 1

.500 .240 .409 .214

Designated Player Pete Spoerl, Westerville Capitals

12

1

6

0

4

.500

*All Games played in the ISC World Tournament and ISC II Tournament were used to compile stats

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SO 55 32 30

ERA 0.97 1.63 4.11

ISC II All-Tournament Team Ales Jetmar, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Pitcher

Ward Gosse, Parry Island Hawks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Pitcher

Jesus Mujica, Lanceros De Vargas Fast Pitch, ISC II AllTournament Team Pitcher

Robert Reder, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Catcher

Dave Schuett, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Infielder

John Zambrano, Lanceros De Vargas Fast Pitch, ISC II All-Tournament Team Infielder and RBI Leader with 11

LT Jacques, Parry Island Hawks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Infielder

Ryan Fisk, Harriston Wellington Sox, ISC II AllTournament Team Infielder Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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ISC II All-Tournament Team

Matt Greer, Parry Island Hawks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Infielder

Arturo Acacio, Lanceros De Vargas Fast Pitch, ISC II All-Tournament Team Outfielder

Jeremy Creeden, Harriston Wellington Sox, ISC II All-Tournament Team Outfielder

TJ Chase, Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks, ISC II All-Tournament Team Outfielder

Ryan Shannon, Kitchener Bell Cartage Outlaws, ISC II Top Hitter at .583 and All-Tournament Team Infielder

Pete Spoerl, Westerville Capitals, ISC II All-Tournament Team Designated Hitter

Chris Wismer, St. Thomas Evergreen Storm, ISC II AllTournament Team Outfielder

Photo Courtesy of Rich Markham

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2012 ISC II LINESCORES GAME

Bracket Play (First Round)

R H E LOB

1 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener, ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 BYE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2

TRIBE, Wyevale, ON 0 1 0 0 1 2 7 0 5 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston, ON 2 0 2 1 4 9 10 0 8 1:29 Jason Giffen, Mark Lambie (4) and Micheal Kelly; Mel Ross and Curtis Cornelius WP-ROSS, LP-GIFFEN, HR-Todd Uhrig, Aaron Small (Harriston) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3

TIFFANY’S, Frankenmuth, MI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 2 13 A’s, Winterset, IA 0 0 0 0 0 2 X 2 4 0 4 1:52 Pete Loachridge and Rich Katherns; Darren Strang and Bob Baker WP-STRANG, LP-LOACHRIDGE, HR-Brad Gnatkowski (Frankenmuth), ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4

QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport, IA 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 3 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 0 0 1 0 1 X 2 3 0 3 1:30 Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman; Ales Jetmar and Robert Reder WP-JETMAR, LP-ALGAR, HR-Ryan Beadle (Davenport), PJ McKinney, TJ Chase (Aurora) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit, MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 BYE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6

EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas, ON 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 5 7 0 7 CAPITALS, Westerville, OH 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 7 3 4 1:52 Ian Knott And Mark Coleman; Terry Luster, Gunner Bouvy (6) and Zach Nussbaun WP-KNOTT, LP-LUSTER, HR-Matt Sault (St. Thomas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7

HAWKS, Parry Island, ON 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 6 10 3 6 NATIONALS, Wiarton, BC 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 5 1 7 1:45 Ward Gosse and Joe McCleary; Andy Jackson, Dustin Veenhoff (8) and Steve Patterson WP-GOSSE, LP-JACKSON, HR-Travis Jones (Parry Island), Andy Jackson (Wiarton) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8

CRUSH, Swearburg, ON 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 4 9 0 8 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezeula 0 2 2 1 0 2 X 7 12 0 8 2:04 Adam Martin, Jon Klingenberg (6) and Mark McCallum; Carlos Ucero, Jesus Mujica (5) and Jose Alvarez WP-UCERO, LP-MARTIN, HR-Steve Johnson, Mark McCallum, Jon Klingenberg (Sweaburg); John Zambrano (Vargas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Lower Bracket Play (First Round)

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9 BYE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRIBE, Wyevale, ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10 TIFFANY’S, Frankenmuth, MI 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 2 5 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport, IA 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 8 1 11 2:02 Ryan Nichols and Rich Katherns; Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman WP-ALGAR, LP-NICHOLS, HR- Kyle Engle (Frankenmuth) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11 BYE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITALS, Westerville, OH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12 CRUSH, Swearburg, ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 9 NATIONALS, Wiarton, ON 1 1 0 0 1 0 X 3 6 3 6 1:29 Todd Winkworth and Robert Bomberry; Dustin Veenhoff and Jason Miller WP-VEENHOFF, LP-WINKWORTH, HR-NONE) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Winner Bracket (Quarter Finals)

R H E LOB

13 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener, ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 0 7 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston, ON 0 0 2 1 0 0 X 3 6 2 4 1:27 Kyle Linton and Matt Stagg; Nic Goetz and Curtis Cornelius WP-GOETZ, LP-LINTON, HR-Cory Alkerton (Kitchener) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14 A’s, Winterset, IA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 5 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 0 0 1 0 6 X 7 10 1 4 1:55 D  arren Strang and Bob Baker; Brad Worsley and Robert Reder WP-WORSLEY, LP-STRANG, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 15 EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas, ON 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 5 8 0 6 MOTOR CITY SHAMROCKS, Detroit, MI 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 4 1 1 1:40 Luke Leahy and Jeff McPherson; Tyler Kelly and Rico McLaughlin WP-LEAHY, LP-KELLY, HR-Matt Sault (St. Thomas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezeula 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 4 HAWKS, Parry Island, ON 0 0 1 0 1 0 X 2 4 1 4 1:26 Jesus Mujica and Jose Alvarez; Frank Cox and Todd Parsons WP-COX, LP-MUJICA, HR-Jose Alvarez (Vargas), Matt Greer (Parry Island) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 ISC II LINESCORES GAME

Lower Bracket (Second Round)

R H E LOB

17 BELL CARTAGE OUTLAWS, Kitchener, ON 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 4 NATIONALS, Wiarton, ON 0 0 0 0 2 0 X 2 5 0 4 1:23 Kyle Linton and Tim Dubois; Dustin Veenhoff and Jason Miller WP-VEENHOFF, LP-LINTON, HRRyan Shannon (Kitchener), Brent Miller (Wiarton)) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 18

CAPITALS, Westerville, OH 2 1 0 0 5 8 11 0 7 A’s, Winterset, IA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1:20 Terry Luster and Zach Nussbaum; Darren Strang and Bob Baker WP-LUSTER, LP-STRANG, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 19 Motor City Shamrocks, Detroit, MI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 8 QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport, IA 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 1 7 2:00 Chris Heinlein and Brett Kowitz; Paul Algar and Kyle Chapman WP-ALGAR, LP-HEINLEIN, HR-Tyler Kelly (Detroit), Kyle Chapman (Davenport) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 20 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezeula 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 2 3 TRIBE, Wyevale, ON 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 3 1:44 Carlos Ucero and Jose Alvarez; Jason Giffen and Mike Kelly WP-UCERO, LP-GIFFEN, HR-John Zambrano (Vargas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Lower Bracket (Third Round)

R H E LOB

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QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport, IA 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 6 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezeula 0 0 2 5 1 8 12 0 8 1:34 Paul Algar, Bobby Ginger (3) and Kyle Chapman; Jesus Mujica and William Sanchez WP-MUJICA, LP-ALGAR, HR-John Zambrano 2 (Vargas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 22

NATIONALS, Wiarton, ON 1 3 1 1 1 7 6 0 6 CAPITALS, Westerville, OH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1:32 Andy Jackson and Steve Patterson; Terry Luster, Ben Watts (2), Micheal Cantrell (4) and Zach Nussbaum WP-JACKSON, LP-LUSTER, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Winner Bracket (Semi-Final)

R H E LOB

23 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston, ON 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 6 1 5 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 2 0 2 0 0 0 X 4 7 0 4 1:23 Todd Uhrig and Curtis Cornelius; Ales Jetmar and Robert Reder WP-JETMAR, LP-UHRIG, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 24 HAWKS, Parry Island, ON 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 5 EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas, ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 1:26 Ward Gosse and Joe McCleary; Ian Knott, Luke Leahy (2), Dan Beecroft (6) and Mark Coleman WP-GOSSE, LP-KNOTT, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Lower Bracket (Fourth Round)

R H E LOB

25 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezuela 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 8 0 3 WELLINGTON SOX, Harriston, ON 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 4 7 1 5 1:52 Carlos Ucero, Jesus Mujica (3) and William Sanchez, Jose Alvarez (5); Nic Goetz, Mel Ross (3) and Curtis Cornelius WP-MUJICA, LP-GOETZ, HR-John Zambrano, Jose Alvarez (Vargas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 26 EVERGREEN STORM, St. Thomas, ON 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 6 11 0 8 NATIONALS, Wiarton, ON 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 2 5 1:50 Luke Leahy and Jeff McPherson; Dustin Veenhoff, Andy Jackson (5) and Jason Miller WP-LEAHY, LP-VEENHOFF, HR-Jason Dawdy (St. Thomas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Winner Bracket (Final)

R H E LOB

27 HAWKS, Parry Island, ON 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 4 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 1:50 Ward Gosse and Joe McCleary; Brad Worsley and Robert Reder WP-GOSSE, LP-WORSLEY, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Lower Bracket (Semi-Final)

R H E LOB

LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezuela 1 0 2 4 2 9 12 0 8 EVERGREEN STORM, St.Thomas, ON 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 1:25 Jesus Mujica and Jose Alvarez; Luke Leahy, Dan Beecroft (4) and Jeff McPherson WP-MUJICA, LP-LEAHY, HR-Jorge Lima (Vargas) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

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2012 ISC II LINESCORES GAME

Lower Bracket (Final)

R H E LOB

29 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 0 1 1 0 4 1 7 9 1 5 LANCEROS DE VARGAS, Vargas, Venezeula 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 6 7 0 5 2:11 Ales Jetmar, Brad Worsley (5), Ales Jetmar (7) and Robert Reder; Carlos Ucero, Jesus Mujica (6) and Jose Alvarez WP-WORSLEY, LP-MUJICA, HR-Chris Gonzalez, Dave Schuett (Aurora) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

GAME

Championship

R H E LOB

30 DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora, IL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 HAWKS, Parry Island, ON 0 0 0 0 0 1 X Broadcast 1 5 0 8 1:37 Ward Gosse and Joe McCleary; Ales Jetmar and Valdemar Terkelson WP-GOSSE, LP-JETMAR, HR-NONE ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

2012 ISC II TOURNAMENT STATISTICS TEAM PITCHING

CITY / TEAM W L Parry Island, ON Hawks 5 2 Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks 4 4 Wiarton ON Nationals 3 4 Davenport, IA Quad City Sox 3 4 Westerville, OH Capitals 1 4 Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws 0 4 Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks 0 4 Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas 5 4 St.Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 3 4 Harriston ON Wellington Sox 3 4 Frankenmuth, MI Tiffany’s 0 4 Wyevale, ON Tribe 0 4 Sweaburg, ON Crush 0 4 Winterset, IA A’s 1 4 TOTALS 528 1/3

IP H ER BB 51 58 8 9 54 41 13 13 47 47 14 9 48 38 20 16 31 29 13 17 25 23 12 8 26 1/3 26 12 14 55 45 28 24 46 2/3 47 24 18 42 55 23 3 25 2/3 34 18 11 22 1/3 23 18 18 25 1/3 35 22 11 29 53 32 10 554 257 181 680

SO 77 78 68 62 49 42 31 59 61 44 35 23 24 27

ERA 1.10 1.69 2.09 2.92 2.94 3.36 3.46 3.56 3.60 3.83 4.91 5.64 6.08 7.72

TEAM DEFENSE CITY / TEAM Sweaburg, ON Crush Davenport, IA Quad City Sox Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas St.Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks Parry Island, ON Hawks

PO A 76 33 144 34 79 33 165 69 140 40 75 14 162 51 153 42

E PCT. 1 .991 3 .983 2 .982 5 .979 4 .978 2 .978 6 .973 7 .965

CITY / TEAM Frankenmuth, MI Tiffany’s Wiarton ON Nationals Winterset, IA A’s Harriston ON Wellington Sox Wyevale, ON Tribe Westerville, OH Capitals TOTALS

PO A E PCT. 77 28 4 .963 141 38 7 .962 87 27 5 .958 126 37 9 .948 67 32 7 .934 93 31 9 .932 1585 509 71 .967

*All games played in ISC World Tournament and ISC II were used to compile stats

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2012 ISC II TOURNAMENT STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

(PITCHERS WINNING ONE OR MORE GAMES)

PITCHER, Team Ward Gosse, Parry Island, ON Hawks Jesus Mujica, Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas Paul Algar, Davenport, IA Quad City Sox Ales Jetmar, Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Carlos Ucero, Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas Luke Leahy, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm Dustin Veenhoff, Wiarton, ON Nationals Brad Worsley, Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Mel Ross, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox Todd Uhrig, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox Ian Knott, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm Frank Cox, Parry Island, ON Hawks Andy Jackson, Wiarton, ON Nationals Nic Goetz, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox Terry Luster, Westerville, OH Capitals Darren Strang, Winterset, IA A’s

W 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

L 0 3 4 1 1 2 2 3 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 4

IP 36 32 1/3 46 1/3 30 22 2/3 26 25 24 15 8 13 15 22 15 21 29

H 17 26 30 29 19 24 28 12 17 11 11 11 19 15 19 53

ER 5 19 14 7 9 9 9 6 4 5 7 3 5 5 7 32

BB 6 16 13 3 8 7 6 10 0 0 4 3 3 2 8 10

SO 55 30 61 32 29 44 37 46 16 9 14 22 31 16 41 27

ERA 0.97 4.11 2.12 1.63 2.78 2.42 2.52 1.75 1.87 4.38 3.77 1.40 1.59 2.33 2.33 7.72

*All games played in ISC World Tournament and ISC II were used to compile stats

INDIVIDUAL BATTING (Minimum 12 at bats)

PLAYER, Team AB H AVG. Ryan Shannon, Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws 12 7 .583 John Zambrano, Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas 24 12 .500 Chris Wismer, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 14 7 .500 Pete Sporel, Westerville OH Capitals 12 6 .500 Ryan Fisk, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 22 10 .455 Valdimar Terkelsen, Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy 25 11 .440 David Schuett, Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy 23 10 .435 Jeff McPherson, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 21 9 .429 Curtis Cornelius, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 14 6 .429 Matt Sault, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 19 8 .421 Jeremy Creeden, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 22 9 .409 Scott Johnson, Sweaburg, ON Crush 15 6 .400

PLAYER, Team AB Aaron Small, Harriston, ON, Wellington Sox 22 Carlos Wood, Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas 25 Andy Jackson, Wiarton, ON Nationals 17 Trevor Seip, Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 17 Matt Greer, Parry Island, ON Hawks 21 Mark Coleman, St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm 21 Tyler Kelly, Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks 12 Tim Roberts, Westerville OH Capitals 12 Craig Scott, Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks 12 Zack Carson, Wiarton, ON Nationals 16 Joel Belanger, Parry Island, ON Hawks 13 LT Jacques, Parry Island, ON Hawks 20

H AVG. 8 .364 9 .360 6 .353 6 .353 7 .333 7 .333 4 .333 4 .333 4 .333 5 .312 4 .308 6 .300

TEAM BATTING TEAM Harriston, ON Wellington Sox Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas Westerville, OH Capitals St.Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks Sweaburg, ON Crush Wiarton, ON Nationals Davenport, IA Quad City Sox

AB 173 234 121 184 207 110 172 178

H AVG. 49 .283 64 .274 32 .264 45 .245 49 .237 26 .236 35 .203 34 .191

TEAM Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws Parry Island, ON Hawks Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks Frankenmuth, MI Tiffany’s Winterset, IA A’s Wyevale, ON Tribe TOTALS

*All games played in ISC World Tournament and ISC II were used to compile stats

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Front Back row L-R: Brad Matheson, Todd Parsons, Heikel Espinosa, Joel Belanger, Brett Hall, Lance Curry, Craig Brown Back row L-R: Jayden Tabobondung (batboy), Matt Greer, Wally Tabobondung (Sponsor), Ward Gosse, Joe McCleary, Walter Tabobondung, Matt Tabobondung, Lee Thomas Jacques, Travis Jones, Chad St Cyr, Derek Pinkerton , (Field Manager)

Second Place ISC ll Aurora, IL Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks

Front row L-R: Robin Reder, Robert Reder, Greg Punke, Cooper Carson, Chris Gonzalez, Valdemar Terkelsen, Brian Carson Back row L-R: David Schuett, Ales Jetmar, T.J. Chase, Brad Worsley, Mike Drew, Jared Gutesha, Mike Marrero

Third Place ISC ll Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas

Front row L-R: Chase Porter, Demain Escobar, William Sanchez, Denis Liendo, Jorge Lima, Mike Hoon Back row L-R: Jhon Zambrano, Jesus Mujica, Rogelio Sequera, Carlos Ucero, Arturo Acacio, Jose Alvarez, Carlos Wood

2012 ISC II World Tournament Participants In Final Standings Order

ISC ll Champion Parry Island, ON Hawks

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Fourth Place ISC ll St. Thomas, ON Evergreen Storm

Front row L-R: Aaron Gould, Jason Dawdy, Jeff MacPherson, Duane Gee, Rob Burns, Tyler Lynch, Mark Coleman Back row L-R: Tom Edie, Ian Knott, Dan Beecroft, Luke Leahy, Kevin Lynch, Matt Sault, Scott Campbell, Bill Horne Absent: Deacon Knott

Fifth Place ISC ll Harriston, ON Wellington Sox

Front row L-R: Trevor Seip, Aaron Small, Jeremy Creeden, Ryan Fisk, Mel Ross, Curtis Cornelius Back row L-R: Head Coach Rick Fisk, Jim Culling, Nic Goetz, Broook Cochrane, Scott Walls, Todd Uhrig, Asst. Coach Ron Gilbert Absent: Jeff Detta, Dylan Cunningham, Todd Swift, Denver Hill

Fifth Place ISC ll Wiarton, ON Nationals

Front row L-R: Troy Barfoot, Andy Jackson, Matt Robbins, Steve Patterson, Brett Miller, Jay Miller Back row L-R: Zach Carson, Dustin Veenhof, Chris Mink, Joel Twigger, Brent Thompson, Todd McCauley, Taylor McConnell, Colin Miller, Brad Thompson, Paul Miller (Coach) Absent: Tony Lisk (Coach)

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Seventh Place ISC ll Davenport, IA Quad City Sox

Front row L-R: Bruce Bielema, Matt Kurtz, Sean Marten, Eric Wernke, Shawn Miller, Jason Roy Back row L-R: Paul Algar, Chad Seeman, Duke Sims, Mark Kleffner, Bobby Ginger, Ryan Beadle, Kyle Chapman

Seventh Place ISC ll Westerville, OH Capitals

Front row L-R: Gary Lemon, Zak Nussbaum, Eric Johnson, Mike Justice, Chad Frias, Ben Watts Back row L-R: Tim Roberts, Gunnar Bouvy, Callum Muir, Terry Luster, Michael Cantrell, Pete Spoerl, Mike McDaniel, Rich Markham Absent: Kerry Brown, Brad Gankosky, Will Tack

Ninth Place ISC ll Winterset, IA A’s

Front row L-R: Kane McCuen, Dirk Sorenson, Brandon Henry, Gary Christensen, Dustin Murao Back row L-R: Dave Jordan, Jeff Blake, Shane McDaniels, Bob Baker, Darren Strang, Sam Eakins

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Ninth Place ISC ll Wyevale, ON Tribe

Front row L-R: Ryan Carefoot, Dave Drinkill, Kevin Peterson, Patrick Townes, Scott Thomson, Rick Hales Back row L-R: Michael Kelly, Mark Giffen, Mark Lambie, Jason Giffen, Matt Tjart, Steffen Walma, Paul Priest, Cory Kelly

Ninth Place ISC ll Detroit, MI Motor City Shamrocks

Front row Brent kowitz, Chris Heinlein, Rob Lewis, Josh Powers, Jon Powers, Zack Lach, Craig Scott Back row L-R: Dave Lach, Blaise Zimmer, Nick McLaughlin, Tyler Kelly, Tyler Dudley, Doug Gillis, Adam Kirkpatrick Absent: Joe Jacobs

Ninth Place ISC ll Kitchener, ON Bell Cartage Outlaws

Front row L-R: Matt Stagg, Brian Kron, Ryan Shannon, Ron Dean, Dave Kron, Corey Alkerton, Justin Krulicki Back row L-R: Brian Belisle, Casey Toews, Brad Hackert, Terry Martin, Tim Dubois, Kyle Linton, Bob Hall, Bob Stagg

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Front row L-R: Trent Ruthig, Craig Histed, Drew Collison, Dale Doughty, Pete VanderHaar, Mike Meinecke, Casey Squanda Back row L-R: Kyle Engel, Gary Thompson, Pete Loachridge, Brett Szagesh, Brad Gnatkowski, Rich Kathrens, Dick Krueger

Thirteenth Place ISC ll Sweaburg, ON Crush

Front row L-R: Randy Gray, Josh Leuszler, Jeff Figg, Rick Johnson (Coach), Eric Scott, Todd Winkworth, Cory Winkworth, Mark McCallum Back row L-R: Danny Innes, Robert Bomberry, Rory Miller, Steve Johnson, Darryl Wharram, DJ Latford, Jon Klingenberg, Adam Martin, Ian Bartlett, Bob Figg (Assistant Coach) Absent: Chris McKay

2009 ISC World Tournament Participants In Final Standings Order

Thirteenth Place ISC ll Frankenmuth, MI Tiffany’s

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ISC II TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL BATTING

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGES TOURNAMENT (12 AB Min) AB H AVG. G PLAYER 13 9 .692 4 Jeff Killian, Galesville, WI 2005 16 11 .688 6 Scott Walls, Harriston, ON 2006 19 12 .632 6 Mathieu Roy, Toronto, ON 2011 13 8 .615 4 Jodie Gagnon, Bulyea, SK 2009 13 8 .615 4 Chris Turke, East Moline, IL 2003 18 11 .611 7 Kevin Chevrier, Ottawa, ON 2005 23 14 .609 7 Mike Black, Alvinston, ON 2002 15 9 .600 5 Shawn Laframboise, Quyon, QC 2009 15 9 .600 6 Rick Minton, Decatur, IL 2009 15 9 .600 6 Glenn Inglehart, Palermo, ON 2007 12 7 .583 4 Roman Foore, St. Paul, MN 2005 MOST STOLEN BASES, TOURNAMENT 5 Mathieu Roy, Toronto, ON 2011 Corey Tinline, Kitchener, ON 2010 Michael Sorzickas, Oswego, NY 2005 Dean Kaufman, Tavistock, ON 2003 MOST HITS, TOURNAMENT 15 Grant Baechler, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON 2009 Jay Herr, South Lebanon, PA 2007 Ryan Dudgeon, Port Elgin, ON 2005 14 Thomas Cameron, Toronto, ON 2011 Aaron Whitney, Port Elgin, ON 2009 Mike Black, Alvinston, ON 2002 13 Brad Thomson, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON 2009 Peter Reimer, Gladstone, MB 2004 Aaron Small, Harriston, ON 2003 Bret McHenry, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2002 12 John Zambrano, Vargas, VEN 2012 Thomas Enoka, Aurora, IL 2011 Trevor Kelly, Ashland, OH 2011 DJ Latford, Sweaburg, ON 2011 Jared Pinkerton, Topeka, KS 2011 Mathieu Roy, Toronto, ON 2011 Eric Scott, Sweaburg, ON 2011 John McNabb, Wyevale, ON 2010 Marcus Tan, Bakersfield, CA 2008 Jeff Twist, Castro Valley, CA 2007 Peter Dobbin, Palermo, ON 2006 Dean Kaufman, Tavistock, ON 2004 Jeremy Creeden, Harriston, ON 2003 Mark Coleman, Shedden, ON 2003 Russ Van Wyk, Reasnor, IA 2003 MOST HOME RUNS, TOURNAMENT 7 Jay Herr, South Lebanon, PA 2007 5 John Zambrano, Vargas, VEN 2012 4 Mike Grant, Halifax, NS 2011 John Rozich, New York, NY 2008 Adam Dearborn, Niagara, ON 2007 Ryan Dudgeon, Port Elgin, ON 2005 3 Matt Sault, St. Thomas, ON 2012 Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 Joran Graham, Quyon, QC 2010 Scott Herriot, Ottawa, ON 2009 Dan Martin, Elmira, ON 2009 Derrick Martin, Harrisburg, PA 2009 Jay Schnarr, Bridgeport, ON 2009 Brad Thomson, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON 2009 Dean Waltier, Sun Valley, CA 2009 Craig Buttar,Ottawa, ON 2007 Corey Costello, Niagara, ON 2007 Ryan Dudgeon, Port Elgin, ON 2007 Steve Moore, Perkasie, PA 2007 Jon Nimmo, Bakersfield, CA 2007 John Sexton, Kitchener, ON 2007 Kevin Smith, Wilkes -Barre, PA 2007 Mike Sorzickas, Oswego, NY 2007 Jeremy Tracy, South Lebanon, PA 2007 Dave Benallick, Waterdown, ON 2006 Jason Dawdy, Glencoe, ON 2006 Jeff Roth, Tavistock, ON 2006 Dale Horton, Kenosha, WI 2005

MOST HOME RUNS, TOURNAMENT (con’t.) Charlie Walseman, Oswego, NY 2005 Scott Young, Niagara, ON 2005 Nathan Taylor, Reasnor, IA 2003 Jeremy Creeden, Harriston, ON 2003 Mark Coleman, Shedden, ON 2003 Trevor Urban, Orrville, OH 2003 Jon Brunik, Zeeland, MI 2002 Bryan Depencier, Blenheim, ON 2002 Phil Szczepanski, Zeeland, MI 2002 GRAND SLAMS 1 Chad Seeman, Davenport, IA 2012 Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 Luke Hopkins, Ohsweken, ON 2009 Derrick Martin, Harrisburg, PA 2009 Marcus Tan, Bakersfield, CA 2008 Derek Stevens, Oswego, NY, 2008 Glenn Inglehart, Palermo, ON 2007 Jim Lawrence, Perkasie, PA 2007 Jay Schnarr, Bridgeport, ON 2007 Chris Lewis, Kingston, ON 2006 Charlie Rambo, St. Paul, MN 2005 Dave McCaskill, Gladstone, MB 2004 Trevor Urban, Orrville, OH 2004 Rich Edwards, Kenosha, WI 2002 Scott McCauley, Alvinston, ON 2002 Phil Szczepanski, Zeeland, MI 2002 MOST RUNS BATTED IN, TOURNAMENT 16 Jay Herr, South Lebanon, PA 2007 15 Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 14 Marcus Tan, Bakersfield, CA 2008 13 Aaron Whitney, Port Elgin, ON 2009 12 John Zambrano, Vargas, VEN 2012 Steve Savard, Donnacona, QC 2009 Phil Szczepanski, Zeeland, MI 2002 11 Derrick Zechman, Harrisburg, PA 2009 MOST RUNS BATTED IN, GAME 7 Phil Szczepanski, Zeeland, MI 2002 6 Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 Jeremy Gehr, South Lebanon, PA 2007 Craig Foor, Elkhart, IN 2009 Luke Hopkins, Ohsweken, ON 2009 Aaron Whitney, Port Elgin, ON 2009 MOST HITS, GAME 4 twice Trevor Urban, Ashland, OH 2005, 2010 4 Valdemar Terkelsen, Vargas, VEN 2012 Thomas Enoka, Aurora, IL 2011 Joe McCleary, Quyon, QC 2011 Mathieu Roy, Toronto, ON 2011 John McNabb, Wyevale, ON 2010 Craig Foor, Elkhart, IN 2009 Jordie Gagnon, Bulyea, SK 2009 Sean Lee, Teutopolis, IL 2009 Issac May, Bellville, IA 2009 Drew Minton, Decatur, IL 2009 Scott Young, Waterdown, ON 2009 Keith Rankin, Palermo, ON 2007 Peter Dobbin, Palermo, ON 2006

MOST HITS, GAME (con’t.) Dave Hiller, Elmira, ON 2006 Brian Teeters, Bakersfield, CA 2006 Kevin Chevrier, Ottawa, ON 2005 Travis Eaton, Wichita, KS 2005 Shane Flinner, Ashland, OH 2005 Chad Hider, Ashland, OH 2005 Derek Stevens, Oswego, NY 2005 Joe Triest, Alvinston, ON 2005 Trevor Urban, Ashland, OH 2005 Todd Heezan, Denmark, WI 2004 Dean Kaufman, Tavistock, ON 2004 Geoff Gunson, Harriston, ON 2003 Jon Brunik, Zeeland, MI 2002 Bret McHenry, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2002 Scott Weber, Sycamore, OH 2002 MOST DOUBLES, GAME 3 Josh Brohman, Kitchener, ON 2007 2 twice Brad Webb, Ashland, OH 2008, 2009 Scott Walls, Harriston, ON 2005, 2006 MOST TRIPLES, GAME 2 Mike Marero, Aurora, IL 2011 Mathieu Roy, Toronto, ON 2011 Adam Saylor, Marshall, MI 2010 John Kemp, Waterdown, ON 2008 Javier Fierro, Sun Valley, CA 2008 Jason Rumple, Bulyea, SK 2008 Corey Costello, Ottawa, ON 2008 Cory Avery, Bridgeport, ON 2008 Greg Houtz, Ephrata, PA 2007 Matt Tjart, Wyevale, ON 2007 PJ McKinnon, Elburn, IL 2005 Chris Mink, Elmira, ON 2005 Trevor Urban, Ashland, OH 2005 Bryan Harris,Marquette, MI 2003 Darrell Warren, Kemptville, ON 2003 MOST HOME RUNS, GAME 2 twice Dan Martin, Kitchener, ON 2007, Elmira, ON 2009 John Rozich, New York, NY 2008 (2) 2 Mark Coleman, St. Thomas, ON 2012 John Zambrano, Vargas, VEN 2012 Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 Trevor Boutilier, Halifax, NS 2011 Mike Grant, Halifax, NS 2011 Craig Foor, Elkhart, IN 2009 Sean Lee, Teutopolis, IA 2009 Derrick Martin, Harrisburg, PA 2009 Adam Dearborn, Niagara, ON 2007 Ryan Dudgeon, Port Elgin, ON 2007 Bart Fenstermacher, Perkasie, PA 2007 Ross Herold, Tavistock, ON 2007 Jay Herr, South Lebanon, PA 2007 Jason McClune, South Lebanon, PA 2007 John Sexton, Kitchener, ON 2007 Kevin Smith, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2007 Jeremy Tracy, South Lebanon, PA 2007 Ben Wideman, Bridgeport, ON 2007 Matt Daley, Perkasie, PA 2006 Jeff Roth, Tavistock, ON 2006 Mark Blanchard, Oswego, NY 2005 Chad Hider, Ashland, OH 2005 Dave Kollmann, Tavistock, ON 2005 Paul Reyes, Yakima, WA 2005 Jeff Schoeberl, St. Paul, MN 2005 Jorge Sepulveda, Oswego, NY 2005 Jake Lauritson, Fargo, ND 2004 Jon Schmidt, Devils Lake, ND 2004 Rodney Spek, Gladstone, ON 2004 Brad Ward, Walcott, IA 2004 Rich Edwards, Kenosha, IL 2002 Randy Livingston, Alvinston, ON 2002 Phil Szczepanski, Zeeland, MI 2002

TEAM DEFENSE

HIGHEST FIELDING AVERAGE — ( 4 or more games ) Games Team 1.000 5 Palermo, ON Athletics 0.995 7 Wilkes-Barre, PA Keating’s Fitness Center 0.994 6 Waterdown, ON Hammer 0.994 6 New York City, NY Knights 0.993 6 Tavistock, ON Smully’s Merchants 0.992 5 Wilkes-Barre, PA Keating’s Fitness Center 0.991 4 Sweaburg, ON Crush 0.990 4 Elkhart, IN Duncan Outlaws 0.989 6 Jarvis, ON Rock 0.988 6 Ashland, OH Merchants 0.988 6 Perkasie, PA Hoffman Rise 0.988 6 Kitchener, ON Phoenix Outlaws

Year 2005 2007 2009 2008 2005 2008 2012 2011 2007 2007 2007 2006

MOST PUT OUTS, TOURNAMENT Games Team 190 9 Palermo, ON Athletics 180 9 Kitchener-Waterloo, ON Cubs 177 8 Toronto, ON Gators 174 8 Micksburg, ON Twins 168 8 South Lebanon, PA TNT 168 8 Tavistock, ON Smully’s Merchants MOST ASSISTS, TOURNAMENT 78 9 Kitchener-Waterloo, ON Cubs 70 9 Palermo, ON Athletics 69 9 Vargas, VEN Lanceros De Vargas 68 6 Mankato, MN Fisher Group 67 7 Castro Valley, CA A-1/Taylor Farms

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ISC II TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

PERFECT GAMES, ALL TOURNAMENTS 1 7 INN Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 6 INN Todd Uhrig, Elora, ON 2006 5 INN Terry Luster, Westerville, OH 2012 Fred Follings, Tavistock, ON 2005 NO HIT GAMES, ALL TOURNAMENTS 1 7 INN Donnelly Archibald, Toronto, ON 2011 Drew Faulkner, Wyevale, ON 2009 Joran Graham, Quyon, QC 2009 Dave Drotzmann, Castro Valley, CA 2007 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 Ryan Cummings, Tavistock, ON 2006 Kurt Tabashniuk, Denver, CO 2004 Craig Walker, Shedden, ON 2004 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2004 5 INN Paul Algar, Davenport, IA 2012 Andy Jackson, Wiarton, ON 2012 Bryan Graham, Lloydminster, AB 2009 Bryan Newton, Sacramento, CA 2008 Ryan Cummings, Tavistock, ON 2006 Mike Joseph, Shedden, ON 2004 Kory Boehmer, Devils Lake, ND 2003 Fred Follings, Tavistock, ON 2003 COMBINED NO HIT GAMES 1 7 INN Corey Costello (6) & Dan Bradley (1), Ottawa, ON 2008 Scott Smith (5.2) & Shaun Winship (1.1), Harriston, ON 2004 5 INN Gerard Long (4) & Joe Kane (1), Appleton, WI 2004 Dan Bradley (3) & Brad Porter (2), Kemptville, ON 2004 MOST WINS, TOURNAMENT 6 36 2/3 Scott Smith, Port Elgin, ON 2009 46 Jeremy Tracy, South Lebanon, PA 2007 46 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 38 2/3 Casey Halstead, Elmira, ON 2005 38 Dan Konkle, Kemptville, ON 2003 40 2/3 Scott Smith, Harriston, ON 2003 MOST STRIKEOUTS TOURNAMENT SO IP PITCHER 102 46 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 90 44 Bryan Newton, Sacramento, CA 2008 89 38 Jonas Mach, Thomson, IL 2006 80 45 2/3 Keith Potter, Zeeland, MI 2002 74 48 2/3 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2005 72 37 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2004 64 49 1/3 Mike Joseph, Shedden, ON 2003 62 38 Dan Konkle, Kemptville, ON 2003 61 46 1/3 Paul Algar, Davenport, IA 2012 57 33 Dan Wakefield, Reasnor, IA 2003 56 35 1/3 Jeff Van Hooser, Ashland, OH 2007 55 36 Ward Gosse, Parry Island, ON 2012 55 24 Regan Manley, Denver, CO 2006 54 33 Doug Gillis, Bettendorf, IA 2011 53 44 2/3 Gord Scott, Palermo, ON 2006 53 30 Shaun Winship, Glencoe, ON 2006 52 46 Jeremy Tracy, South Lebanon, PA 2007

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE, TOURNAMENT Games Team .368 7 Gladstone, MB Whips .362 6 Oswego, NY McKie Sports .356 4 Elmira, ON Cubs .352 7 Alvinston, ON Indians .343 5 Bulyea, SK Rustlers

TEAM BATTING

MOST STOLEN BASES, TOURNAMENT Games Team 13 4 Memphis, TN Posse 13 6 Fargo, ND Chub’s Pub 12 8 Bakersfield, CA Taylor Farms LumberKings 11 5 Denver, CO Colorado Rage 11 9 Palermo, ON Athletics 10 8 Topeka, KS Toros 10 6 Oswego, NY McKie Sports

Year 2004 2004 2005 2008 2002 Year 2008 2004 2008 2006 2006 2011 2005

MOST HOME RUNS, TOURNAMENT BY ALL TEAMS Games Location Teams Year 138 93 at Kitchener, ON 35 2007 129 103 at Rock Island, IL 40 2009 127 103 at Chippewa Falls, WI 38 2005 109 94 at Kitchener, ON 35 2006 92 93 at Fargo, ND 35 2004 75 83 at Moline, IL 22 2011 51 87 at Midland, MI 22 2010 50 103 at Appleton, WI 40 2003 47 47 at Kitchener, ON 20 2002 47 79 at Appleton, WI 32 2008 46 54 at Midland, MI 22 2012

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MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME SO IP PITCHER 52 36 2/3 Scott Smith, Port Elgin, ON 2009 21 8 Bill Hillhouse, New York, NY 2008 20 7, 7 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 (2) 8, 9 Jonas Mach, Thomson, IL 2006 (2) 9 Shane Bouman, Sioux Falls, SD 2004 9 Jonas Mach, Thomson, IL 2006 19 7, 10 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2004 (2) 7 Jonas Mach, Thomson, IL 2006 7 Regan Manley, Denver, CO 2006 18 7 Drew Faulkner, Wyevale, ON 2009 7 Corey Costello, Ottawa, ON 2008 7, 9 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON 2006 (2) 7 Gregg Waldvogel, Portage la Prairie, MB 2004 11 Drew Hathway, Quyon, QC 2011 11 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2005 17 7 Mark Van Vliet, Hickson, ON 2011 7 Bryan Newton, Sacramento, CA 2008 7 Mike Joseph, Shedden, ON 2004 7 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2004 7 Dave Stokes, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2004 7 Jonas Mach, Thomson, IL 2006 8 Corey Costello, Niagara, ON 2007 16 6 Joel Cooley, St.Paul,MN, ASB 2009 6 Scott Smith, Harriston, ON 2004 7 Kyle Linton, Kitchener, ON 2012 7 Brad Worsley, Aurora, IL 2012 7 Matt Bramwell, Halifax, NS 2011 7 Thomas Enoka, Aurora, IL 2011 7 Ryan Cummings, Reading, PA 2009 7 Jeff Murphy, Dundas, ON 2009 7 Ryan Cummings, Perkasie, PA 2008 7 Gord Scott, Palermo, ON 2006 8 Ray Shanoush, Blackburn, ON 2007 10 Fred Follings, Tavistock, ON 10 Wendle Sparvier, Regina, SK 2005 11 Paul Algar, Davenport, IA 2012 11 Eric Steinbeck, Hermann, MO 2006 11 Kevin Lessard, Prairie du Chien, WI 2003 15 5 Bryan Newton, Sacramento, CA 2008 6 Scott Smith, Port Elgin, ON 2009 6 Joe German, Harriston, ON 2004 7 Brad Worsley, Aurora, IL 2012 7 Fred Follings, Shakespeare, ON 2009 7 Mel Ross, Kitchener, ON 2009 7 Ryan Rutt, Harrisburg, PA 2009 7 Corey Costello, Niagara, ON 2007 7 Darren Strang, Bakersfield, CA 2007 7 Dan Konkle, Kemptville, ON 2003 7 Dan Wakefield, Reasnor, IA 2003 7 Gerard Long, Appleton, WI 2004 7 Tim Neill, Norwich, ON 2004 7 Doug Charlton, Alvinston, ON 2005 7 Corey Costello, Micksburg, ON2006 7 Regan Manley, Denver, CO 2006 7 Shaun Winship, Glencoe, ON 2006

MOST RUNS, TOURNAMENT Games Team 53 9 Kitchener-Waterloo, ON Cubs 52 8 South Lebanon, PA TNT 47 6 Oswego, NY McKie Sports 46 7 Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 46 7 Gladstone, MB Whips 45 9 Palermo, ON Athletics

Year 2009 2007 2005 2011 2004 2006

MOST HITS, TOURNAMENT Games Team 79 9 Kitchener-Waterloo, ON Cubs 70 7 Gladstone, MB Whips 70 8 Elmira, ON Cubs 69 9 Sweaburg, ON Crush 69 8 South Lebanon, PA TNT 69 8 Shedden, ON Waite Bros. Mission 69 9 Harriston, ON Mercury’s

Year 2009 2004 2005 2011 2007 2003 2003

MOST HITS, GAME Innings Team 23 5 Oswego, NY McKie Sports 19 7 Sweaburg, ON Crush 18 7 Elkhart, IN Duncan Outlaws 18 7 Gladstone, MB Whips 17 4 Donnacona, QC Blue Sox 17 6 Harriston, ON Wellington Sox 17 6 Glencoe, ON Astros 17 6 Bakersfield, CA LumberKings 17 6 Fargo, ND Chub’s Pub 17 7 Topeka, KS Toros 17 7 Alvinston, ON Indians

Year 2005 2011 2009 2004 2009 2011 2007 2006 2004 2011 2002

Parry Island’s Brad Matheson reaches on an infield single

The Hawks celebrate a 1-0 win in the ISC II Championship Game

Aurora’s Mike Morero swings under a rise ball

Parry Island’s Joe McCleary drops down a beauty

ISC II Championship

2012 ISC II Champions Parry Island Hawks

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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ISC II Awards

Craig Donaldson presents the 3rd place trophy to Jose Sanchez of Lanceros de Vargas Fast Pitch

Robin Reder of Aurora Dolan & Murphy Shamrocks accepts the 2nd place trophy from the ISC’s Blair Setford

Walter Tabobondung Sr (left) and Derek Pinkerton are awarded the Gord Newman Memorial Trophy by ISC II VP Joe Todd

Ward Gosse, Parry Island Hawks, ISC II Most Outstanding Pitcher and MVP

2012 ISC II Third Place from Venezuela, Lanceros De Vargas Fast Pitch

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Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

Fairney leads Force to Legends title MIDLAND, MI – With the game on the line and a chance to give his Cobourg Force their second ISC Legends title in three years, Bill “Rookie” Fairney wasted little time in delivering the decisive blow – a one-out, bases loaded single in the bottom of the seventh inning. Despite finishing the game 2-4 with the game-winning RBI and a run scored, Fairney gave full credit to his team for their slim 2-1 win over the Bay Area Merchants. “It’s really a big relief for us,” said Fairney after the game. “We played seven games [in three days] and to be able to do that for my guys, I just can’t say enough about them.” For a group of players aged 50+, the Force and the Merchants put on an entertaining show for the crowd on hand immediately prior to the ISC Championship game.

Bill Fairney drives in the gamewinning run for the Cobourg Force

Merchants second-baseman Danny Comacho was a stand-out, making several highlight reel-worthy plays on defense.

TIED AT 1 INTO THE 7TH After a one-out home run by the Merchants’ Raymond Biagini in the top of the first off Force starter Wayne Wells, Cobourg responded with a run in the bottom half as Randy Wicke singled in Fairney to tie the game at one. Wells and Ray Comacho then settled into a pitchers duel, with Darren Zack coming on in relief in the 6th inning for the Force. Zack struck out 4 and gave up a single hit to pick up the win. ZACK NAMED TOP PITCHER Zack, who earlier in the week picked up his 56th career ISC World Tournament win, added another trophy to his collection, picking up the Legends Top Pitcher Award, as he finished the tournament with a 3-1 record.

Two fastball legends: Darren Zack and Ray Comacho

Ray Comacho, who took the loss for the Merchants in the championship game, was named the Legends MVP, leading his California team at the plate and in the pitchers’ circle.

Cobourg earlier knocked out Ashland Ohio Battery in the semi-final while Bay Area eliminated Midland Carey’s All-State in the other semi-final.

Cobourg Force, 2012 ISC Legends Champions

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2012 LEGENDS 50+ LINESCORES GAME 1

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COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 BAY AREA MERCHANTS, Haywood CA 0 2 2 0 2 0 X 1:50 Darren Zack and Doug Anderson; Tom Biko, Raymond Comacho (7) and Steve Glaum WP-BIKO (1-0); LP-ZACK (0-1); HR-Jim Rosthenhausler (Haywood)

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STONEY CREEK SCAPPERS, Stoney Creek ON 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 BERKENPASS DEVELOPMENT, Byron Center MI 0 0 1 0 3 0 X Rod Fevereau, Doug Charlton (5) and Tim Thorne; Lee Noel and Bill Cary WP-NOEL (1-0); LP-CHARLTON (0-1); HR-NONE

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ELMVALE MERCHANTS, Elmvale ON 0 0 1 0 1 CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 0 1 3 2 3 1:00 Kurt Glover and Paul Archer; Rick Engle and Steve O’Keefe WP-ENGLE (1-0); LP-GLOVER (0-1); HR-Dale Effen (Elmvale); Timm Richardson (Midland)

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OHIO BATTERY, Ashland OH 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 10 10 6 5 GUSHOW EXCAVATING, Auburn MI 0 2 0 0 0 3 X 11 17 1 9 2:00 Wayne Guara, Randy Brown (3), Eric Wernke (4) and John Melichori; Earl Wright, Al Dichmar (3), John Wetters (5) and Randy Gushow WP-BROWN (1-0); LP-WRIGHT (0-1); HR-Eric Wernke (Ashland); Brad Hughy (Auburn)

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BAY AREA MERCHANTS, Haywood CA 0 2 2 4 3 SNITKO’S, Flint MI 0 0 0 0 0 0:55 Raymond Comacho, Richard Rivera (4) and Brian Meyer; George Whitlock and Steve Boyd WP-COMACHO (1-0); LP-WHITLOCK (0-1); HR-Raymond Comacho (Haywood)

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STONEY CREEK SCAPPERS, Stoney Creek ON 2 0 4 2 0 1 0 TULSA GREY SOX, Tulsa OK 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 1:33 Rick Hames, Harold Passmore (7) and Kelly Wenstrum; Bill Morris and Joe Roslin WP-HAMES (1-0); LP-MORRIS (0-1); HR-Rick Hames (Stoney Creek)

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ELMVALE MERCHANTS, Elmvale ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 1 0 0 0 2 0 X 1:35 Brent McLean and Paul Archer; Wayne Wells and Les Ellchuk WP-WELLS (1-0); LP-MCLEAN (0-1); HR-Al Taylor (Cobourg)

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BERKENPASS DEVELOPMENT, Byron Center MI 3 0 3 1 0 0 2 9 17 3 11 GUSHOW EXCAVATING, Auburn MI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 8 2:32 Bill Streelman and Gabby Rivard; Mike Morrison, Al Dichmer (3), John Wetters (3) and Randy Gushow WP-STREELMAN (1-0); LP-MORRISON (0-1); HR-Bill Berkenpass (Byron Center)

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SNITKO’S, Flint MI 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 1 5 2 2 X 10 11 0 1:35 Gordie Hetrick, Dustin Doyle (2) and Dennis Younce; Dave O’Keefe, Randy Wade (3) and Gregg Suave WP-WADE (1-0); LP-HETRICK (0-1); HR-NONE

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TULSA GREY SOX, Tulsa OK 0 0 0 0 OHIO BATTERY, Ashland OH 3 2 0 6 0:58 Terry Bogart and Max Wade; Brent Stevenson and John Melchori WP-STEVENSON (1-0); LP-BOGART (0-1); HR-Jeff Gaugler (Ashland)

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STONEY CREEK SCAPPERS, Stoney Creek ON 1 0 1 5 1 8 16 0 9 GUSHOW EXCAVATING, Auburn MI 1 0 0 1 0 2 5 0 4 1:35 Rod Fevereau, Doug Charlton (5) and Tim Thorne; Earl Wright, Al Dichmer (3), John Wetters (4) and Randy Gushow WP-FEVEREAU (1-0); LP-WRIGHT (0-1); HR-NONE

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14 TULSA GREY SOX, Tulsa OK 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 BERKENPASS DEVELOPMENT, Byron Center MI 2 2 0 0 1 4 X 2:00 Max Wade and Joe Roslin; Jeff Lovell, Bill Streelman (4) and Gabby Rivard WP-STREELMAN (2-0); LP-WADE (0-1); HR-Bill Berkenpass, Dave Ganton (Byron Center)

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2012 LEGENDS 50+ LINESCORES GAME 15

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CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 0 0 1 0 0 BAY AREA MERCHANTS, Haywood CA 3 1 4 0 X 1:10 Rick Engle and Steve O’Keefe; Keith Frye, Tom Bilko (5) and Steve Glaum WP-FRYE (1-0); LP-ENGLE (1-1); HR-NONE

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STONEY CREEK SCAPPERS, Stoney Creek ON 0 0 0 0 0 OHIO BATTERY, Ashland OH 1 2 0 2 2 1:15 Rick Hames, Steve Foucault Sr. (4) and Tim Thorne; Peter Meredith and John Melchiori WP-MEREDITH (1-0); HAMES (1-1); HR-NONE

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TULSA GREY SOX, Tulsa OK 0 0 1 6 2 GUSHOW EXCAVATING, Auburn MI 0 0 0 0 1 1:25 Dave Buzzard and Joe Roslin; Steve Macki, Al Dichmer, (4), Mike Morrison (5) and Randy Gushow WP-BUZZARD (1-0) LP-MACKI (1-2); HR-NONE

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COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 4 6 0 4 CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 0 0 0 0 1:08 Darren Zack, Don Stebbings (4) and Les Ellchuk; Randy Wade, Steve O’Keefe (2) and Gregg Suave WP-ZACK (1-1); LP-WADE (0-1); HR-NONE

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BERKENPASS DEVELOPMENT, Byron Center MI 0 0 0 0 0 CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 2 0 9 0 X 1:11 Lee Noel and Gabby Rivard; Rick Engle and Gregg Suave WP-ENGLE (2-1); LP-NOEL (1-1); HR-Steve O’Keefe (2) (Midland)

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STONEY CREEK SCAPPERS, Stoney Creek ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 0 0 1 1 0 0 X 1:22 Doug Charlton and Tim Thorne; Wayne Wells and Les Ellchuk WP-WELLS (2-0); LP-CHARLTON (0-2); HR-NONE

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24 ELMVALE MERCHANTS, Elmvale ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OHIO BATTERY, Ashland OH 3 2 0 0 0 0 X 1:30 Brent McLean and Paul Archer; Peter Meredith and John Melchiori WP-MEREDITH (2-0) LP-MCLEAN (1-1); HR-NONE

0 3 2 5 5 6 2 6

25 CARY ALLSTATE, Midland MI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 BAY AREA MERCHANTS, Haywood CA 3 3 0 0 0 1 X 1:34 Rick Engle and Gregg Suave; Tom Biko and Steve Glaum WP-BIKO (2-0); LP-ENGLE (2-2); HR-NONE

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26 COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 OHIO BATTERY, Ashland OH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2:10 Darren Zack and Les Ellchuk; Brent Stevenson and Greg Morganthaler WP-ZACK (2-1); LP-STEVENSON (2-1); HR-NONE

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27 BAY AREA MERCHANTS, Haywood CA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 COBOURG FORCE, Cobourg ON 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1:38 R  aymond Camacho and Steve Glaum; Wayne Wells, Darren Zack (6) and Les Ellchuk WP-ZACK (3-1); LP-COMACHO (1-1); HR-Raymond Biagini (Haywood)

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Legends

Championship Game and Awards

Darren Zack, Cobourg Force, Legends Most Outstanding Pitcher

Raymond Comacho, Bay Area Merchants, Legends Most Valuable Player

Tom Stasik presents Bay Area Merchants with the Legends runner-up trophy

Bill Fairney accepts the Legends Championship Trophy from ISC Hall of Famer Dick Mason

Bill Fairney drives in the game-winning run for the Cobourg Force

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Darren Zack, Cobourg Force, was the Top Pitcher in the Legends Division for the second time in three years.

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Legends

Game Photos

Gushow Excavating’s Steve Macki

Mike O’Hearn, of the Stoney Creek Scrappers, legs out a hit in the Legends Tournament

➤ Fred Kroneberg singles for Bay Area Merchants in their semi-final

Cobourg Force’s Bill “Rookie” Fairney

Brent Stevenson pitching for Ohio Battery ➤

Randy Wade pitching for Carey’s Allstate

Tulsa Grey Sox pitcher Bill Morris in action

Scrappers’ Rick Hames lets one fly

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ISC U21 Championship August 15-17, 2013 Moline, IL

Andrew Phibbs - Outstanding pitcher for Frankenmuth Grasel Graphics - 1998 ISC Under 19 Developmental Championships - Kimberly, WI

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Argentina takes U21 title MIDLAND, MI – It’s billed as the future of the game and the 2012 edition of the ISC Developmental Championship tournament was certainly a portent of things to come. The Argentina Junior National Team ended a highly successful North American tour, sweeping to the U21 title with a 4-0 win over Owen Sound Selects to cap an undefeated run in the Development event. With the ISC victory under their belts, the Argentina team returned home to Parana and became the first South American team to win an ISF event, running the table at the World U19 Championship in November.

Pablo Masmu, Argentina Jr National Team, Most Outstanding Pitcher

Argentine starter Pablo Masmu worked 4 2/3 innings in the U21 Championship, scattering three hits while fanning eight and keeping the Selects off-balance Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Jr through-out the afternoon. Selects, Most Valuable Player Pablo Migliavacca went 2 1/3 innings to collect the save, giving up only a lone single and collecting four strike-outs. Masmu was named the Most Outstanding Pitcher for the tournament, notching four of Argentina’s seven wins. Caleb Keeshig took the loss in the final, giving up only a single earned run and was named the U21 MVP as he finished 4-2 for the Selects while also batting in the middle of the Owen Sound order. Both of Keeshig’s losses came at the hands of the Argentines. Frederico Olheiser, Argentina Jr National Team, Most RBIs

A record 13 teams competed in the U21 event featuring teams from Ontario, British Columbia, Michigan and Ohio in addition to the South American squad. Several players would go on to represent Canada and the U.S. at the U19 World Championship in Argentina.

Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s Jr Steelworkers, Top Hitter

2012 ISC U21 Champions Argentina Jr National Team

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2012 U-21 LINESCORES GAME 1

Round Robin (Pool A)

Straffordville, ON Selects 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 6 1 0 0 0 0 X 1:33 Scott Lovell, Kent Wardell (2) and Derek Lovell; Andrew Piechnik and Robert Byron WP-PIECHNIK; LP-LOVELL; HR-Brad Peck, Robert Byron ( Fleetwood)

R H E LOB 1 4 1 7 7 7 0 4

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St. Mary’s, ON Junior Steelworkers 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 10 Midland, MI Junior Explorers 2 2 4 0 0 0 X 8 11 1 4 1:49 Andrew Pearn, Mark Verkley (3) and Kyle Hanley; Jon Gwizdala, Zach Lach (5), Micheal Lewis (6) and Jared Stewart WP-GWIZDALA; LP-PEARN; HR-NONE

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Tavistock, ON Athletics 1 0 2 1 0 5 Alvinston, ON Junior Indians 2 0 0 0 0 0 1:22 Travis Jones and Jeremy Tribe; Travis Pavey, Sawyer Stone (3) and Derek Stafford WP-JONES; LP-PAVEY; HR-Travis Jones (Tavistock)

9 7 1 4 2 1 3 4

Midland, MI Junior Explorers 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 Tavistock, ON Athletics 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1:51 Zach Lach, Jon Gwizdala (5) and Brian Edwards, Jared Stewart (6); Quin Kropf and Jeremy Tribe WP-LACH; LP-KROPF; HR-Justin Krenzke (Midland) Charlie Malson (Tavistock)

4 6 0 7 3 7 1 7

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Straffordville, ON Selects 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 5 5 Alvinston, ON Junior Indians 2 0 5 1 0 0 0 8 9 4 11 1:40 Justin Doxtator, Kent Wardell (3), Andrew Benbow (6) and Derek Lovell; Taylor Degraw and Derek Stafford WP-DEGRAW; LP-DOXTATOR; HR-NONE

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St. Mary’s, ON Junior Steelworkers 0 0 0 0 1 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 1 0 4 3 X 1:28 Dan Marche, Mark Verkley (3) and Fraser Urquhart; Brandon Peck and Robert Byron WP-PECK; LP-MARCHE; HR-NONE

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15 Midland, MI Junior Explorers 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 8 Alvinston, ON Junior Indians 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 3 1:37 Micheal Lewis, Zach Lach (3), Jon Gwizdala (6) and Jared Stewart; Jordan McGuire, Sawyer Stone (6) and Derek Stafford WP-LACH; LP-MCGUIRE; HR-NONE

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Tavistock, ON Athletics 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1:30 Travis Jones and Jeremy Tribe; Andrew Piechnik and Robert Byron WP-JONES; LP-PIECHNIK; HR-Jeremy Tribe (Tavistock)

4 6 0 6 0 2 1 4

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3 3 0 8 7 8 1 5

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Justin Krenzke of the Midland Jr Explorers makes good contact

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2012 U-21 LINESCORES GAME 2

Round Robin (Pool B)

R H E LOB

Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 1 2 4 4 1 Munger, MI Fastpitch 0 0 0 0 0 1:42 Caleb Keeshig and Ben Heinbuch; Dustin King, Chris Randell (5) and Gunner Bouvy WP-KEESHIG; LP-KING; HR-Adam Long, Jason Staats (Owen Sound)

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New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 1 1 0 1 0 0 X 1:35 George Armstrong and Ryan Deadman; Martin Gonzalez, Franco Gini (6) and Daniel Aranaz WP-GONZALEZ; LP-ARMSTRONG; HR-NONE

1 2 1 4 3 4 0 6

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Moraviantown, ON IEC 6 0 1 0 15 22 15 2 9 Richville, MI Fastpitch 1 0 0 0 4 5 4 5 4 1:43 Travis Nevin, Bailey Whiteye (4) and Tico Morris; Kyle Ackerman, Jordon Lichovsky (5), Brenton Kankas (5) and Shane Wark WP-NEVIN; LP-ACKERMAN; HR-NONE

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New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 6 7 1 7 Munger, MI Fastpitch 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 4 2:05 Luke White, George Armstrong (4) and Greg Otterbien; Micheal Cantrell, Ben Watts (7) and Gunner Bouvy WP-ARMSTONG; LP-CANTRELL; HR-NONE

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Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 3 1 0 4 1 9 10 0 5 Walkerton, ON Wild 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 3 1:15 Pablo Masmu, Pablo Migliavacca (4) and Juan Zara; Brandon Roach, Travis Conner (4), Joe Terwood (5) and Dave Pratt WP-MASMU; LP-ROACH; HR-Frederico Olheiser (Parana)

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Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 3 0 2 2 3 Moraviantown, ON IEC 0 0 0 0 0 1:25 Caleb Keeshig and Ben Heinbuch; Brady Doxtator, Travis Nevin (4) and Tico Morris WP-KEESHIG; LP-DOXTATOR; HR-Cody Skelton, Jason Staats (Owen Sound)

10 9 1 9 0 2 0 4

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Walkerton, ON Wild 4 4 1 11 20 13 0 7 Richville, MI Fastpitch 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0:50 Tyler Kuntz and Jordon Grubb; Drew Thomeson, Jordon Lichovsky (4), Kyle Hull (4) and Jared Bender WP-KUNTZ; LP-THOMESON; HR-Tyler Kuntz (Walkerton)

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16 Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 5 8 0 3 Broadcast Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 5 1:50 Huemul Mata, Pablo Masmu (3), Pablo Migliavacca (7) and Daniel Aranaz, Juan Zara (7); Caleb Keeshig and Ben Heinbuch WP-MASMU; LP-KEESHIG; HR-Frederico Olheiser (Parana) Jeff Lyons (Owen Sound)

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New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 1 5 0 2 2 Richville, MI Fastpitch 0 0 0 0 0 1:02 Greg Hammell and Adam Near, Kyle Ackerman and Trent Bellamy WP-HAMMELL; LP-ACKERMAN; HR-NONE

10 10 1 10 0 0 0 1

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12 11 0 3 0 2 3 3

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Adam Long bats for Owen Sound Selects in the ISC U21 Championship Game against Argentina

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2012 U-21 LINESCORES GAME

Playoff Round

R H E LOB

21 Richville, MI Fastpitch 0 0 0 0 0 Straffordville, ON Selects 0 4 5 2 x 0:53 Andrew Wice and Trent Bellamy; Jeff Laidlaw and Derek English WP-LAIDLAW; LP-WICE; HR-NONE

0 1 2 1 11 13 0 3

22 Alvinston. ON Junior Indians 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Munger, MI Fastpitch 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1:55 Taylor Degraw, Jordan McGuire (6) and Derek Stafford, Ben Watts and Gunner Bouvy WP-DEGRAW; LP-WATTS; HR-NONE

4 8 0 7 1 6 3 8

23 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 0 1 1 1 2 2 Moraviantown, ON IEC 0 0 0 0 0 0 1:41 Brandon Peck and Robert Byron; Travis Nevin and Tico Morris WP-PECK; LP-NEVIN; HR-NONE

7 8 2 6 0 1 1 54

24 New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 St. Mary’s, ON Junior Steelworkers 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 2:09 George Armstrong and Greg Otterbien; Andrew Pearn, Mark Verkley (4) and Brett Pfiefer WP-ARMSTONG; LP-VERKLEY; HR-NONE

8 10 2 9 6 8 3 6

25 Straffordville, ON Selects 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Walkerton, ON Wild 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1:26 Kent Wardell and Derek Lovell; Travis Conner and Robert Kay WP-WARDELL; LP-CONNER; HR-NONE

3 2 0 2 2 6 1 6

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1 3 0 4 3 4 0 2

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Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 7 8 0 6 Alvinston. ON Junior Indians 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 1:26 Martin Gonzalez, Franco Gini (5) and Daniel Aranaz; Sawyer Stone, Jordon McGuire (6) and Derek Stafford WP-GONZALEZ; LP-STONE; HR-Francisco Lombardo, Daniel Aranz (Panara)

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Straffordville, ON Selects 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Midland, MI Junior Explorers 0 0 1 3 0 0 X 1:24 Scott Lovell, Andrew Benbow (4) and Derek Lovell; Zach Lach, Jon Gwizdala (6) and Jared Stewart WP-LACH; LP-LOVELL; HR-Mitchell Green (Straffordville)

2 6 4 5 4 5 0 7

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GAME Semi-Finals R H E LOB ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 30 Midland, MI Junior Explorers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 1 0 5 4 X 10 8 0 2 1:00 Jon Gwizdala, Zach Lach (3), Micheal Lewis (4) and Jared Stewart; Caleb Keeshig and Ben Heinbuch WP-KEESHIG; LP-GWIZDALA; HR-Brandon Parks, Brett Hall, Adam Long (Owen Sound)

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New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 0 2 0 1 3 1 7 11 1 1:20 George Armstrong, Greg Hammell (5) and Ryan Deadman, Adam Near (5); Pablo Masmu, Pablo Migliavacca (6) and Juan Zara WP-MASMU; LP-ARMSTRONG; HR-Roman Godoy, Frederico Olheiser (Parana)

3 3

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Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parana, ARG Jr. National Team 0 2 2 0 0 0 X 1:21 Caleb Keeshig and Ben Heinbuch; Pablo Masmu, Pablo Migliavacca (5) and Daniel Aranaz WP-MASMU; LP-KEESHIG; HR-NONE

0 4 2 5 4 3 1 2

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2012 ISC U-21 Standings FINAL POOL STANDINGS

CITY/TEAM POOL “A” WON Midland, MI Junior Explorers 3 Tavistock, ON Athletics 2 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 2 Alvinston, ON Junior Indians 1 St. Mary’s, ON Junior Steelworkers 1 Straffordville, ON Selects 0 POOL “B” Parana, Argentina Junior National Team 4 Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 2 New Dundee-Stratford Memorial Cubs 2 Walkerton, ON Wild 2 Morviantown, ON IEC 1 Munger, MI Fastpitch 0 Richville, MI 0

LOST 0 1 1 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 2 3 3

FINAL STANDINGS Bracket Order of Elimination RANK TEAM WON LOST 1 Parana, Argentina Junior National Team 7 0 2 Owen Sound, ON Volkswagen Junior Selects 4 2 T3 Midland, MI Junior Explorers 4 1 T3 New Dundee-Stratford, ON Memorial Cubs 4 2 T5 Fleetwood, BC Marlins 3 2 T5 Tavistock, ON Athletics 2 2 T5 Alvinston, ON Junior Indians 2 3 T5 Straffordville, ON Selects 3 4 T9 Walkerton, ON Wild 2 2 T9 St. Mary’s, ON Junior Steelworkers 1 3 T9 Morviantown, ON IEC 1 3 T9 Munger, MI Fastpitch 0 4 13 Richville, MI 0 4

Most Valuable Player Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Volkswagen Junior Selects Pitching all 35 innings, for Owen Sound, Caleb was 4-2. He allowed 7 earned runs, for an ERA of 1.40, with 77 Ks while walking 6. Facing 122 batters, he allowed 15 hits, for an .123 average. In 15 plate appearances Caleb had 4 hits for a .267 average. He hit a double to go with 4 walks, a sac fly, and scored 4 runs with 2 RBIs. Most Outstanding Pitcher Palbo Masmu, Argentina Junior National Team Pitching 16 1/3 innings, Pablo was 4-0. He allowed 1 earned run, for an ERA of 0.43 with 28 Ks and 4 BB. Facing 60 batters, he allowed 7 hits for an .125 average. Outstanding Hitter Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s Junior Steelworkers Ted had 9 hits in 13 at bats, scoring 4 runs and had 4 RBIs, with 2 doubles, a triple, a sac and a walk. Most RBIs

Frederico Olheiser, Argentina Junior National Team

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2012 U-19 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM

PITCHERS Pablo Masmu, Parana Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Zach Lach, Midland Brandon Peck, Fleetwood CATCHERS Robert Byron, Fleetwood Jeremy Tribe, Tavistock OUTFIELDERS Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s Steve Barton, Straffordville Brad Parks, Owen Sound Luke White, New Dundee-Stratford INFIELDERS Austin Brown, Owen Sound Robert Kay, Walkerton Jason DeVoss, New Dundee-Stratford Juan Cruz Zara, Parana Michael Lewis, Midland DESIGNATED HITTER Andrew Piechnik, Fleetwood

W-L IP H ER BB SO ERA 4-0 16 1/3 7 1 4 28 0.43 4-2 35 15 7 6 77 1.40 3-0 13 14 7 2 12 3.77 2-0 14 1/3 11 2 5 19 0.98 AB R H HR RBI AVG 14 2 4 1 3 .286 14 5 4 1 2 .286 13 4 9 0 4 .692 15 1 5 0 3 .333 19 5 6 1 3 .316 16 0 4 0 2 .250 17 6 8 0 3 .471 14 6 6 0 1 .429 15 4 5 0 1 .333 18 7 7 0 5 .389 10 3 5 0 3 .500 14 1 6 0 4 .429

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2012 ISC U-21 STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING ( PITCHERS WINNING ONE OR MORE GAMES )

PITCHERS Pablo Masmu, Parana Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Zack Lach, Midland George Armstrong, New Dundee-Stratford Taylor Mcgraw, Alvinston Brandon Peck, Fleetwood Martin Gonzlez, Parana Travis Jones, Tavistock Greg Hammell, New Dundee-Stratford Jeff Laidlaw, Stratford Tyler Kuntz, Walkerton Pablo Migliavacca, Parana Kent Wardell, Straffordville Jon Gwizdala, Midland Travis Nevin, Morvaintown Mark Verkley, St. Mary’s Travis Connor, Walkerton Andrew Piechnik, Fleetwood

W L IP H ER BB SO ERA 4 0 16 1/3 7 1 4 28 0.43 4 2 35 15 7 6 77 1.40 3 0 13 14 7 2 12 3.77 3 2 30 23 11 6 51 2.57 2 0 12 1/3 8 1 9 13 0.57 2 0 14 1/3 11 2 5 19 0.98 2 0 9 1/3 2 0 1 20 0.00 2 1 19 7 3 7 27 1.11 1 0 6 4 2 1 16 2.33 1 0 6 4 2 0 9 2.33 1 0 4 0 0 1 7 0.00 1 0 10 1/3 3 1 1 18 0.68 1 0 14 2/3 13 4 3 14 1.91 1 1 13 1/3 15 8 8 15 4.20 1 1 11 13 8 10 13 5.09 1 1 17 15 7 11 16 2.88 1 1 11 6 4 3 18 2.55 1 2 17 2/3 13 8 13 23 3.17

No Hitters Innings Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound (two) 5 Pablo Migliavacca, Parana 5 Greg Hammell, New Dundee-Stratford 5 Tyler Kuntz, Walkerton 4

Most Strikeout in a game: George Armstrong, New Dundee-Stratford Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound (twice) George Armstrong, New Dundee-Stratford Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Ben Watts, Munger Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Greg Hammell, New Dundee-Stratford

SO IP 17 9 15 7 15 7 14 5 14 7 13 5 13 5

INDIVIDUAL BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING ( Minimum 12 at bats )

Name / Team Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s George Armstrong, New Dundee-Stratford Austin Brown, Owen Sound Andrew Piechnik, Fleetwood Robert Kay, Walkerton Juan Cruz Zara, Parana Adam Alexander, Walkerton Darren Clark, Alvinston Ladislao Malarcuk, Parana Huemul Mata, Parana Brian Edwards, Midland Francisco Lombardo, Parana Jeff Lyons, Owen Sound Jason DeVoss, New Dundee-Stratford Steve Barton, Straffordville Teo Migliavacca, Parana Andrew Van Wyk, Tavistock Bradley Parks, Owen Sound Dave Barraclaugh, New Dundee-Stratford Brett Hall, Owen Sound Cody Skelton, Owen Sound Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Grand Slams Most RBIs Most Stolen Bases

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AB H AVG. 13 9 .692 14 7 .500 17 8 .471 14 6 .429 14 6 .429 18 7 .389 13 5 .385 16 6 .375 19 7 .368 14 5 .357 14 5 .357 17 6 .353 15 5 .333 15 5 .333 15 5 .333 12 4 .333 12 4 .333 19 6 .316 16 5 .312 13 4 .308 13 4 .308

Name, Team # Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s 9 Francisco Lombardo, Parana 3 Ladislao Malarcuk, Parana 2 Francisco Lombardo, Parana 4 Jason Staats, Owen Sound 1 Adam Long, Owen Sound 1 Brett Hall, Owen Sound 1 Frederico Olheiser, Parana 8 Bradley Peck, Fleetwood 4 for 4 Giuliano Scialacomo, Parana 4 for 4

Argentina’s Pablo Migliavacca puts a good swing on the ball

2012 ISC U-21 STATISTICS TEAM PITCHING

CITY / TEAM W L IP H ER BB SO ERA Parana, Argentina 7 0 44 15 4 10 81 0.64 Owen Sound, ON 4 2 35 15 7 6 77 1.40 Tavistock, ON 2 2 26 13 7 11 39 1.88 Walkerton, ON 2 2 20 14 6 5 29 2.10 Fleetwood, BC 3 2 32 24 10 18 42 2.19 Alvinston, ON 2 3 34 30 11 16 36 2.26 New Dundee-Stratford, ON 4 2 39 30 13 8 70 2.33 Midland, MI 4 1 32 34 15 11 33 3.28 Straffordville, ON 2 4 35 39 18 14 47 3.60 St. Mary’s, ON 1 3 26 32 18 21 23 4.85 Morviantown, ON 1 3 22 29 22 24 26 7.00 Munger, MI 0 4 23 38 26 11 53 7.91 Richville, MI 0 4 18 51 42 32 5 16.33 TOTALS 366 364 199 187 538 3.61 CITY / TEAM AB Walkerton, ON 99 Owen Sound, ON 141 Parana, Argentina 184 St. Mary’s, ON 107 Midland, MI 119 Fleetwood, BC 113 New Dundee-Stratford, ON 156

CITY / TEAM Midland, MI Parana, Argentina Tavistock, ON Fleetwood, BC Owen Sound, ON Morviantown, ON New Dundee-Stratford, ON

TEAM BATTING

H AVG 32 .323 44 .312 55 .299 30 .280 29 .244 27 .239 35 .224

PO A 96 30 132 36 78 16 96 39 105 18 66 18 117 18

CITY / TEAM Morviantown, ON Tavistock, ON Straffordville, ON Alvinston, ON Munger, MI Richville, MI TOTALS

TEAM DEFENSE

E PCT. 1 .992 3 .982 2 .979 4 .971 4 .969 3 .966 6 .957

CITY / TEAM Walkerton, ON St. Mary’s, ON Straffordville, ON Alvinston, ON Munger, MI Richville, MI TOTALS

AB H AVG 95 21 .221 105 23 .219 135 27 .200 125 24 .192 79 12 .152 63 5 .079 1521 364 .239

PO A 60 14 78 20 105 42 102 32 69 19 54 13 1158 315

E PCT. 4 .949 6 .942 10 .936 11 .924 8 .917 11 .859 73 .953

You make the call: Safe or Out?

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U-21

Pablo Masmu, Argentina Jr National Team, All-Tournament Team Pitcher

All-Tournament Team

Jeremy Tribe, Tavistock Athletics, All-Tournament Team Catcher

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Zack Lach, Midland Junior Explorers, All-Tournament Team Pitcher

Caleb Keeshig, Owen Sound Jr Selects, All-Tournament Team Pitcher

Robert Byron, Fleetwood Marlins, All-Tournament Team Catcher

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U-21

All-Tournament Team

Juan Cruz Zara, Argentina Jr National Team, All-Tournament Team Infielder

Austin Brown, Owen Sound Jr Selects, All-Tournament Team Infielder

Ted Sebben, St. Mary’s Junior Steelworkers, All-Tournament Team Outfielder

Andrew Piechnik, Fleetwood Marlins, All-Tournament Team Designated Hitter Also named to the U21 All-Tournament Team

Brandon Peck, Fleetwood Marlins, All-Tournament Team Pitcher Robert Kay, Walkerton Wild, All-Tournament Team Infielder Jason DeVoss, New Dundee-Stratford Memorial Cubs, All-Tournament Team Infielder Michael Lewis, Midland Junior Explorers, All-Tournament Team Infielder Steve Barton, Straffordville Selects, All-Tournament Team Outfielder Brad Parks, Owen Sound Jr Selects, All-Tournament Team Outfielder

Luke White, New Dundee-Stratford Memorial Cubs, All-Tournament Team Outfielder

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INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS Progressive Fastpitch Administration 1947 - 2012

The ISC, as we know it today, began as the National Softball Congress in 1947.

HISTORICAL NOTE: The National Softball Congress was founded in 1947 by LARRY WALKER of Phoenix, Arizona. Walker and others, including CARROL FORBES of Greeley, Colorado, were dissatisfied with some of the Amateur Softball Association’s policies. The NSC held championships for men and women and operated from 1947 through 1957. In December of 1950, Forbes, a former president of the NSC, split with Walker and formed a new organization, the International Softball League, for men only. The ISL held championships from 1951 through 1957. The NSC operated from 1947 thru 1957. In 1950, Carrol Forbes left the NSC and formed the International Softball League. From 1951 thru 1957 both the NSC and ISL held championship tournaments. The NSC ceased operations in 1957 and Forbes brought some of the NSC’s administrators into his group and renamed it the INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS. THE FOUNDERS (Listed by name, highest office held, year service began and ended and total years of service.) *Carrol Forbes, Greeley, CO, Executive Director 1947-1982 36 *Marvin Casteel, Ogden, UT, Vice President 1947-1988 42 *Clyde Fortune, Waco, TX, President 1947-1974 28 *Paul Forche, Tulsa, OK, President 1947-1971 25 *Larry Walker, Phoenix, AZ, Executive Secretary 1947-1957 11 *John Wheeler, Greeley, CO, Treasurer 1951-1956 6 In addition to the founders, the following is a partial listing of officers, commissioners and specialists who have made a substantial contribution the organization. Many more individuals have served the ISC and have also made valuable contributions. (“A” active; * deceased.) Royce Heath, Iredell, TX, Vice President 1953-2011 *Frank Porth, El Paso, TX, President 1961-2000 Milt Stark, Anaheim Hills, CA, Executive Director 1974-2008 Floyd Hammen, Little Chute, WI, Vice President 1977-2010 *Dale Van Houten, Columbia City, IN, President 1962-1994 Ken Hackmeister, Farmington, UT, Executive Director 1980- A Larry Fisher, Findlay, OH, Executive Director 1981- A Ed Kirner, Montgomery, IL, President 1980-2011 *William Snow, Clinton, OK, Vice President 1951-1981 *L. G. “Tulie” Stansel, Deer Park, TX, Vice Pres. 1967-1997 Pat Sullivan, Dubuque, IA, Vice President 1979-2009 *Frank Arrigoni, Fresno, CA, Vice President 1968-1996 Tom Stasik, Frankenmuth, MI, Secretary 1984- A *Jim Allen, St. Charles, MO, Commissioner 1981-2008 Dennis Johnson, St. James, MN, Commissioner 1981-2008 Gale Kurtz, Sioux City, IA, Commissioner 1982-2008 Lew Mott, New Martinsville, WV, Commissioner 1981-2007 Charlie Smith, El Paso, TX, Treasurer 1986- A Art Cashion, Ft. Worth, TX, Commissioner 1977-2003 Wayne Fisher, Iowa City, IA, Vice President 1987- A *Carl Wilson, Tulsa, OK, President 1972-1996 Bob Beyers, Seattle, WA, Commissioner 1983-2008 Bob Minshall, Mississauga, ON, Vice President 1984-2008 Dutch Elbers, St. Paul, MN, President 1976-1998 *Jack Grafmeier, Kimberly, WI, Vice President 1972-1995 Robert Gray, Montgomery, AL, Secretary 1991- A Gordon Wise, Piqua, OH, Commissioner 1984-2006 *Lee Isenhart, Midland, MI, Commissioner 1990-2011 *Bob Walsh, Bethlehem, PA, Vice President 1974-1994 *Carl Greico, Altoona, PA, Vice President 1955-1973 Bill Howell, Waldorf, MD, Vice President 1992-2011 *Bob Welby, Florissant, MO, President 1980-1999 *Stu Zink, Glendale, AZ, Vice President 1975-1993 Ron Amick, Sioux City, IA, Commissioner 1986-2003 Gary Baughman, Cedar Rapids, IA, Statistician 1995- A Ferdi Nelissen, Portage, MB, Vice President 1993-2009 Tony Rodda, Murray, UT, Commissioner 1988-2005 Russ Callahan, Colorado Springs, CO, Vice Pres. 1980-1995 Dick Mason, Littleton, CO, President 1996- A *Joe Rodgers, Long Beach, CA, Vice President 1952-1967 Chris Santos, Aurora, CO, Vice President 1996- A *Lloyd Simpson, Owen Sound, ON, Vice Pres. 1977-1992 *Tim O’Hara, Seattle, WA, Vice President 1981-1995 Les Novak, St. Louis Park, MN Commissioner 1999- A *J. Myron Partridge, Las Vegas, NV, Vice President 1960-1974

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Bill Hillhouse, Erie, PA, Commissioner 1997-2011 Dave Blackburn, Venice, CA Commissioner 1999- A Al Doran, Richmond Hill, ON Web Administrator 1999- A Vic Johns III, Saunemin, IL, Commissioner 1992-2006 Ed Kerr, Torrance, CA, Vice President 1983-1996 *Frank Krone, Rock Island, IL, Vice President 1963-1976 Karl Nielson, Phoenix, AZ, President 1967-1980 Tom Crouch, Dekalb, IL, Commissioner 2000-A Bruce Goffard, Kimberly, WI, Commissioner 1986-1999 *Jim Powers, Davenport, IA, Vice President 1958-1971 Bob Class, Delta, PA, Commissioner 1990-2001 Todd McCabe, Calgary, AB, Vice President 2001- A Craig Donaldson, New Westminster, BC, Commissioner 2002- A Mike Goodridge, Hamilton, ON, Vice President 1992-2002 Bob McGowan, Brampton, ON, Vice President 1996-2006 *Dean Stonier, Kewanee, IL, President 1952-1962 Bruce Bierman, Ayr, ON, Umpire-in-Chief, 2003- A Hank DeWild, Kimberly, WI, Statistician, 2003- A Don Sarno, Brea, CA, Vice President 1972-1981 Blair Setford, Mississauga, ON, Vice President 2003- A Joe Todd, Ingersoll, ON Vice President 2003- A Herb Wisdom, Tumacacori, AZ, Vice President 1993-2002 *Ralph Bumpass, Lubbock, TX, President 1951-1959 *Stan Churchill, New Westminister, BC, Comm 1959-1967 Jim McGuirt, Camden, SC, Vice President 1966-1974 Dean Oscar, Reedsburg, WI, President, 2004- A Fred Tamagawa, Salt Lake City, UT, Commissioner 1991-1999 *Rex Wilson, El Paso, TX, President 1951-1959 Daryl Bewly, Aledo, IL, Commissioner 1977-1984 *Les Dietzen, Kaukauna, WI, President 1971-1978 Al Ruegsegger, Manhattan Beach, CA, Commissoner 1992-1999 Jim Williamson, Yakima, WA, Commissioner 2004-2012 *Dean Corbett, Gardena, CA, Vice President 1967-1973 *George Horton, Gary, IN, Vice President 1956-1962 *Chuck Lockinger, Woodstock, IL, Commissioner 1980-1986 John “Buddy” Powers, Davenport, IA, Comm. 1972-1978 Kyle Smith, Hickson, ON Commissioner 2006- A Colin Smith, Bramalea, ON, Commissioner, 2003-2009 Joe Inman, Hampton, VA, Vice President 1967-1972 John Dangleis, Azusa, CA, Vice President 1968-1972 Larry Tennant, Blacksville, WV, Vice President 1973-1977 *E. L. “Spotts” Willis, Tucson, AZ, Commissioner 1962-1966 Dave Ball, Whittier, CA, Western Softball Congress 1963-1966 Gregg Leather, Staten Island, NY Commissioner 2009- A Roger May, Rexdale, ON, Commissioner 1993-1996

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Progressive Fastpitch Administration Special recognition is due Bill Van Dine, Carbon Cliff, IL, who served as the Tournament Director in Rock Island, Illinois from 1961-1969 and later as Florida Commissioner from 1989-1993. Another group who have rendered many years of valuable service to the success of the ISC are the umpires. Some of those who have served the longest and the number of years served are: Margarito “Maggie” Banales (21), Bob Walsh (21), Tom Boyd (20), Ron Brinkman (19), Dave Casso (15), Les Novak (14), Hugh Gamber (12), Jim Ryan (12), Gordon Herman (12), Armando Sambrano (12), Terry Lunn (11), Hub Metzler (11), Rick Havercroft (12), Bill Todhunter (9), Frank Krone (9), Leon Watson (8), Doug Hettiger (7), John Voss (7), Bob Minshall (6), Don Kennedy (6), and John Peterson (6). ISC Umpires In Chief Frank Porth – 1980 – 1992 Bob Minshall – 1992 – 2002 Ron Brinkman – 2002 – 2006 Bruce Bierman – 2006 – A Unified ISC World Tournament - After introducing the ISC II division as a stand-alone tournament in 2002 for “intermediate” level teams, the ISC merged divisions in 2010 to create a unified ISC World Tournament that also featured an ISC II bracket, providing challenges for teams at all levels of play. Pitching Development Program - The ISC jointly supports a pitching development program aimed at improving the pitching skills of male fastpitch players. Applicants are encouraged to contact the ISC about the program which provides video analysis and instruction. Graduates of the program have enjoyed success, most recently with one of the participants pitching on the 2012 USA U19 Junior Men’s National Team. Additional information on the program is available on the ISC website at www.iscfastpitch.com in the Rules & Forms section.

Presidents of the ISC *Nick Stroebel, Chicago (IL) *Rex Wilson, El Paso (TX) *Ralph Bumpass, Lubbock (TX) *Dean Stonier, Kewanee (IL) *Paul Forche, Tulsa (OK) *Frank Porth, El Paso (TX) *Clyde Fortune, Waco (TX) *Carl Wilson, Tulsa (OK) *Dale Van Houten, Columbia City (IN) *Les Dietzen, Kaukauna (WI) Karl Nielson, Phoenix (AZ) Dutch Elbers, St. Paul (MN) Ed Kirner, Montgomery (IL) *Bob Welby, Florissant (MO) Ken Hackmeister, Farmington (UT) Dick Mason, Littleton (CO) Dean Oscar, Reedsburg (WI)

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HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGES, TOURNAMENT AB H AVG G PLAYER 15 12 .800 5 MIKE WEAVER, Ft. Worth, TX 1979 10 8 .800 4 BOB MOTT, Merced, CA 1984 11 8 .727 4 WALT COUGHRAN, Phoenix, AZ 1974 14 10 .714 4 RICHIE KING, Livingston, CA 1983 18 12 .667 6 NICK SHAILES, Green Bay, WI 2007 12 8 .667 4 TYLER “TEX” LESSARD, St. Thomas, ON 2007 12 8 .667 4 GREGG GARRITY, Wikes-Barre, PA 2006 17 11 .647 5 FRANK DEBOIS, Lakewood, CA 1975 14 9 .643 5 CY PHELPS, Montreal, QC 1951 MOST HITS, GAME 5 JOE JONES, Dallas, TX 1970 DAN NESSLER, Mankato, MN 1992 WAYNE “DOC” BROWN, Thomson IL 2008 4 Twice CHUCK CALDERA, Dinuba,CA 1962; Hawthorne, CA 1971 AL GOLDBERG, Lakewood ,CA (2) 1976 4 Once RAY MEAGHER, Fresno, CO 1950 GIB DRESSOR, Greeley, CO 1950 LARRY BOLLIG , Greeley, CO 1950 JACK LITTMAN, Milwaukee, WI 1950 BILL HULL, Long Beach, CA 1957 CY PHELPS, Long Beach, CA 1958 WALT POLK, Culver City, CA 1962 LARRY MCNUTT, Fresno, CA 1969, 1972 MOE VALLEJOS, Lamar, CO 1971 BOB WILLS, Long Beach, CA. JERRY FLORY, Long Beach, CA 1972 RON WEBER, Denver, CO 1973 JOE AVILA, Clovis, CA 1974 BOB GROTH, Clovis, CA 1974 AMATO REAL, Fresno, CA 1974 CALI DOMINGUEZ, El Paso, TX 1974 FRANK DEBOIS, Lakewood, CO 1975 RAY NEVEAU, Oshkosh, WI 1975 GARY CLEVERLY, Salt Lake City UT 1976 HICE STILES, Lakewood, CA 1976 BOB GUY, Long Beach, CA 1977 LARRY PACHECO, Maui, HI 1977 JERRY SCAVARDA, Lakewood, CA 1977 JIMMY WILLIAMS, Vista, CA 1977 BOB DEAL, Fort Collins, CO 1977 BOB TONEY, Oklahoma City, OK 1978 JACK SALTICH, Phoenix, AZ 1979 MIKE WEAVER, Fort Worth, TX 1979 RUFUS SOLOMON, Phoenix, AZ 1980 RICHIE KING, Livingston, CA 1983 TIM MAZZA, Bakersfield, CA 1983 GLENN FORD, Agincourt, ON 1984 RICH HILL, Albuquerque, NM 1985 BRAD SCHMIDT, Decatur, IL 1987 RON DAVIES, New Martinsville, WV 1989 RICHIE PFAFF, Whiteford, MD 1991 DAVE BADOVINAC, Victoria, BC 1992 WAYNE HALES, Vancouver, BC 1992 JAMES BLAKE, Sioux City, IA 1992 BILLY WEISS, Whiteford, MD 1992 PJ RANKIN, Prescott, AZ 1992 SIG VOTH, New Westminster, BC 1993 KEITH PETERSON, Madison, WI 1994 BILL BOYER, Sioux City, IA 1995 TODD MOSHER, West Milford, NJ 1995 BRIAN STERE, Waterloo, Ontario 1995 FERDI NELISSEN, Fargo, ND 1998 TRENT NOE, Kimberly, WI 1998 TRENT RUBLEY, Portage, WI 2000 CHRIS MILJAVAC, St Joseph, MO 2000 LOU SAUER, Arlington, VA 2001 PAUL LYNCH, Decatur, IL 2001 TIM TWEITEN, Fargo, ND 2001 JOHN TSCHIDA, Fargo ND 2002 JARRAD MARTIN, Broken Bow, NE 2002 JASON ACEVES, Whittier, CA 2003 GARETH COOK, Washington, DC 2003 ROB GIESBRECHT, Fargo ND 2004 FRANK BASUTO, Pueblo, CO 2006 SHAUN VANDUVAL, Pueblo, CO 2006 CRAIG CRAWFORD, Midland, MI 2006

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MOST HITS, GAME (con’t.) TODD BUDKE, Madison, WI 2006 KELLY WENSTRUM, Yucaipa, CA 2006 DAVID PERKINS, Aurora, IL 2006 ANDREW MEDWEDRICH, Vancouver, BC 2007 TREVOR URBAN, Ashland, OH 2010 MOST STOLEN BASES, TOURNAMENT 7 DEAN TAIKATO, Broken Bow, NE 1995 6 BILL BOYER, Sioux City, IA 1991

MOST HITS, TOURNAMENT 17 COLIN ABBOTT,Green Bay, WI 1996 17 BRIAN PATON, Toronto, ON 1995 16 PAUL HUMISTON, Long Beach, CA 1960 16 JERRY HOFFMAN, Lakewood, CA 1986 PAUL ROSEBUSH, Madison, WI 2001 TODD BUDKE, Madison, WI 2001 CHRIS MILJAVAC, St Joseph, MO 2002 15 LARRY SILVAS, Long Beach, CA 1960 DARREN BOX, Broken Bow, NE 2002 TRAVIS WILSON, Massapequa NY 2005 14 DAVE LOTT, Somerton, AZ 1949 14 FRANK VAN PATTEN, Long Beach, CA 1979 MOST DOUBLES, GAME 3 BUSTER GOODWIN, Gainesville, FL 1949 JACK LITTMAN, Milwaukee, WI 1949 CRAIG LLOYD, Mankato, MN 1980 MOST TRIPLES, GAME 2 Twice KEITH MACKINTOSH, Camrose, AB 1990,1991 LOU NOVIKOFF, Long Beach, CA 1952 BILL HULL, Long Beach, CA 1953 RUFUS IHDE, Oshkosh, WI 1971 HANK URBANOWICZ, Lakewood, CO 1977 MIKE WEAVER, Fort Worth, TX 1979 DENNIS FERGUSON, Phoenix, AZ 1980 MIKE VAN DINE, Ashland, OH 1981 BOBBY DALLAS, Merced, CA 1984 STEVE KING, Bloomington, IL 1986 STEVE KERIAN, Sioux City IA 1992 CLIFF WISDOM, Willcox, AZ 1992 DAN NESSLER, Mankato, MN 1993 DAVE PALUMBO, Whiteford, MD 1993 BRENT EICKHOLT, Sioux City, IA 1995 MOST RUNS BATTED IN, GAME 7 PAUL SMITH, Springfield, MO 1958 ERIC ISENHART, Midland, MI 1991 BOOMER BRUSH, Clearwater, FL 1993 STEVE PRICE, Ballston Lake, NY 1998 KYLE BEANE, Midland, MI 1998 DAN SKILLINGS, Innerkip, ON 2007 B.J. GULICK, Appleton WI 2011 DONNY HALE, Jarvis, ON 2012 MOST HOME RUNS,TOURNAMENT 6 JARRAD MARTIN, Broken Bow, NE 1999 PATRICK SHANNON, Marathon, WI 2005 DONNY HALE, Jarvis, ON 2012 5 COLIN ABBOTT, Green Bay, WI 1996, Madison, WI 2005 STEVE PRICE, Ballston Lake, NY 1998 DONNY HALE, Portage, WI 2001 JODY EIDT, Amsterdam, NY 2004 NICK SHAILES, Green Bay, WI 2007 ROB O’BRIEN, Yucaipa, CA 2008 4 PAUL HUMISTON, Long Beach, CA 1960 DENNY DELORIT, Oshkosh, WI 1976 THOMAS MAKEA, Broken Bow, NE 2000 DOUG CHASE, Madison, WI 2000 RON HEAD, Broken Bow, NE 2001 TRENT RUBLEY, Madison, WI 2001 MIKE DRYER, St Joseph, MO 2001 KEVIN CASSELLS, Innerkip, ON 2004 ROB GRAY, Madison, WI 2004, 2005 MARK SORENSON, Marathon, WI 2004 DAN SKILLINGS, Innerkip, ON 2005, 2007 TRAVIS WILSON, Massapequa, NY 2005 DONNY HALE, Marathon, WI 2005 DAVID BOYS, Calagary, AB 2005 ADAM LALONDE, Denmark, WI 2005 DEREK MAYSON, Vancouver, BC 2007 NICK SHAILES, Green Bay, WI 2008

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MOST RUNS BATTED IN, TOURNAMENT 17 DONNY HALE, Jarvis, ON 2012 15 STEVE PRICE, Ballston Lake, NY 1998 JODY EIDT, Amsterdam, NY 2004 DAN SKILLINGS, Innerkip, ON 2007 14 COLIN ABBOTT, Green Bay, WI 1996 DONNY HALE, Portage, WI 2001 12 KYLE BEANE, Midland, MI 1998 11 PAUL HUMISTON, Long Beach, CA 1960 MARK SORENSON, Sioux City, IA 1988 ADAM SMITH, Toronto, ON 1995 KEVIN BOBROSKE, Victoria, BC 1997 DARREN BOX, Broken Bow, NE 2001, 2002 THOMAS MAKEA, Broken Bow, NE 2002 COLIN ABBOTT, Madison, WI 2005 PATRICK SHANNON, Marathon, WI 2005 10 BOB GUY, Long Beach, CA 1979 KEN DEY, Salt Lake City, UT 1980 MARTY KERNAGHAN, Calgary, AB 1985 ERIC ISENHART, Midland, MI 1991 SCOTT COLLINS, Minot, ND 1993 MARK SORENSON, Green Bay, WI 1997 THOMAS MAKEA, Broken Bow, NE 2000, Marathon, WI 2005 RON HEAD, Broken Bow, NE 2001 JODY HENNIGAR, Madison, WI 2001 DEAN HOLOIEN, Madison, WI 2003 JARRAD MARTIN, Amsterdam, NY 2003 JODY EIDT, Amsterdam, NY 2003 BRIAN NEVEAU, Denmark, WI 2003 ROB GRAY, Madison, WI 2004 KEVIN CASSELLS, Innerkip, ON 2004 MARK SORENSON, Marathon, WI 2004 GREGG GARRITY, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2006 KYLE BEANE, Midland, MI 2007 TRAVIS WILSON, New York City, NY 2007 JEFF GOOLAGONG, Madison, WI 2008 HOME RUNS WITH THE BASES LOADED 3 STEVE PRICE, Ballston Lake, NY 1998 (2),1999 2 JODY HENNIGAR, Saskatoon, SK 1986 Cedar Rapids, IA 1989 MARK SORENSON, Sioux City, IA 1988 Green Bay, WI 1997 CHRIS DELARWELLE, Madison, WI 1997,1998 MIKE SCHWIEGER, Broken Bow, NE 1999,2001 STAN LAIDIG, Breman, IN 1958 1 DAN HANCOCK, Moline, IL 1964 ROD JENNINGS, Rock Island, IL 1971 FRANK DEL TORO, El Paso, TX 1971 TERRY BRENNER, Sun City, AZ 1974 DENNIS STILLWELL, Phoenix, AZ 1975 RANDY HENRY, St Paul, MN 1977 STEVE AGERTON, Bakerfield, CA 1978 JOHN NESSMITH, Bakerfield, CA 1979 BOB STURGES, Cedar Rapids, IA 1979 TOM DALLAS, Livingston, CA 1982 TIM NORTON, Portland, OR 1983 CHUCK PESCE, Reading, PA 1984 SCOTT WALL, St Joseph, MO 1985 JIM JONES, Saskatoon, Sask 1985 NICK HOPKINS, Long Beach, CA 1986 PAUL NIECE, Lexington, MO 1987 JIM COLLINS, Bloomington, IL 1990 MIKE CAVENDER, Lexington, MO 1990 GARY FRANSON, Midland, MI 1990 MIKE PARNOW, Rohnert Park, CA 1990 TODD TWACHTMANN, Cedar Rapids, IA 1991 RANDY BURNSIDE, Sioux City, IA 1992

HOME RUNS WITH THE BASES LOADED (Cont.) TIM WAHL, Sioux City, IA 1993 BARRY KAHLER, Tampa Bay, FL 1995 CHAD BOOM, Stillwater, MN 1995 PHIL SEUBERT, Marathon, WI 1995 DAN LONEY, Ashland, OH 1996 MIKE SCHWEIGER, Broken Bow, NE 1996 TREVOR DALZIEL, Prince George, BC 1997 DARREN REA, Ballston Lake, NY 1997 ANTHONY FARINACCI, Tumacacori, AZ 1997 DENNY MAAG, Findlay, OH 1997 BARRIE PENMAN, Victoria, BC 1997 DON BARNET, Springfield, MO 1998 KYLE BEANE, Midland, MI 1998 BOOMER BRUSH, Tampa Bay, FL 1998 DOUG LEVY, Midland, MI 1998 KEVIN RASMUSSEN, Seattle, WA 1998 TIM WARGO, Decatur, IL 1998 ALLEN STUHR, Portage, WI 1999 MIKE JACOBSON, Fargo, ND 1999 DAVE HAMBET, Belvidere, IL 2000 SHAWN RYCHCIK, Decatur, IL 2000 ADAM SMITH, Waterloo, ON 2001 DAVE HOFFMAN, Owen Sound, ON 2002 JAIME BAKER, Kitchner-Waterloo, ON 2003 CHRIS WRIGHT, Whittier, CA 2003 TODD SCHULTZ, Marathon, WI 2004 JODY EIDT, Amsterdam, NY 2004 QUINTON MATZNER, Saskatoon, SK 2005 DAVID BOYS, Calgary, AB 2005 DWAYNE FOWLER, Whittier, CA 2005 CHAD HARDESTY, Whittier, CA 2005 JODY PORTER, Ohsweken, ON 2005 GREGG GARRITY, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2006 JAIME ROBUNSON, Innerkip, ON 2007 KEVIN SMILLIE, Vancouver, BC 2007 BRUNO MATRONI, Fargo, ND 2008 DEAN HOLOIEN, Saskatoon, SK 2008 BRENT CROCKER, St Thomas, ON 2010 RHYS CASLEY, Clifton Park, NY 2010 DONNELLY ARCHIBALD, Toronto, ON 2011 BRIAN LAMMERS, Elkhart, IA 2011 B.J. GULICK, Appleton, WI 2011 BEN ENOKA, Jarvis, ON 2011 MATT PALAZZO, Elkhart, IA 2011 MATT STAGG, Alvinston, ON 2011 ANDY BAECHLER, Kitchener, ON 2011 DONNY HALE, Jarvis, ON 2012 MOST HOME RUNS, GAME 3 COLIN ABBOTT, Green Bay, WI 1996, Madison, WI 2000, 2005 DAN CRONKRIGHT, Midland, MI 1993 2-4 Times THOMAS MAKEA, Broken Bow, NE 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005 2-3 Times RON WHITE, Napanee, ON 1995, Kitchener, ON 2005 JARRAD MARTIN, Broken Bow, NE 1999 (2), 2007 DONNY HALE, Marathon, WI 2000; Jarvis, ON 2012 (2) 2 Twice RANDY HENRY, St Paul, MN 1977, Lakewood, CA 1979 DAVE MULRY, Green Bay, WI 1984, 1989 ERIC ISENHART, Midland, MI 1990, 1991 BOOMER BRUSH, Clearwater, FL 1992, 1993 BOB BLAKLEY, Lexington, MO 1990,Topeka, KS 1995 MIKE DRYER, Topeka, KS 1995, St Joseph, MO 2001 DARREN BOX, Broken Bow, NE 200, 2002 DAVID BOYS, Victoria, BC 2002, Calgary, AB 2005 CHAD BOOM, Geneva, MN 2002, Fargo, ND 2005 CLIFF WISDOM, Willcox, AZ 1992, Pueblo, CO 2006 ROB O’BRIEN, St Joseph, MO 2003, Yucaipa, CA 2008 GREGG GARRITY, Wilkes-Barre PA 2006, Staten Island, NY 2010

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MOST HOME RUNS, GAME (Cont.) 2 Once VERNE SMITH, New Bedford, IL 1952 AL COTTI, Fresno, CA 1953 PAUL HUMISTON, Long Beach, CA 1960 GEORGE PLATT, Dubuque, IA 1962 TUG BAUGHN, Bartlesville, OK 1967 JIM VICKERS, San Bernadino, CA 1974 DAN ENGLAND, Cumberland, MD 1974 BOB GUY, Lakewood, CA 1976 DENNY DELORIT, Appleton, WI 1980 DAVE MASSER, Pueblo, CO 1982 MIKE PALLESON, Cedar Rapids, IA 1983 JEFF SEIP, Reading, PA 1984 RON MIMS, Albuquerque, NM 1985 BOB POTTER, Huntsville, AL 1986 DOUG CHOLLNER, Vancouver, BC 1986 RON DOUGLASS, Long Beach, CA 1986 GORDIE FRACK, Coopersburg, PA 1986 SCOTT CHRISTENSEN, Mankato, MN 1989 DARRELL CLARKSON, Victoria, BC 1990 MIKE HINELINE, Baltimore, MD 1990 BRYAN SOSNOWSKI, Camrose, AB 1990 NEAL CHADWICK, Salt Lake City, UT 1991 LARRY IUS, Toronto, ON 1991 JIM WELLS, Prescott, AZ 1991 RANDY DUTAIME, Portage la Prairie, MB 1991 JON WALTERS, Ashland, OH 1992 ERIC JOHNSON, Salt Lake City, UT 1992 JODY HENNIGAR, Clearwater, FL 1992 KEVIN HARVEY, Green Bay, WI 1993 DARREN REA, West Milford, NJ 1995 T.J SITZMAN, Sioux City, IA 1995 RANDY BURNSIDE, Sioux City, IA 1995 FRED WYATT, Broken Bow, NE 1995 GARY SWAN, Madison, WI 1995 JASON HANSON, Tampa Bay, FL 1996 BRIAN HARVEY, Milverton, ON 1997 GREG MELCHERT, Midland, MI 1998 STEVE PRICE, Ballston Lake, NY 1998 BRETT RICHARDS, Geneva, MN 1998 MIKE MINK, Amsterdam, NY 1999 SHAWN RYCHCIK, Decatur, IL 1999 MARK SORENSON, Broken Bow, NE 1999 DAN MILNE, Amsterdam, NY 1999 PAUL WALFORD, Amsterdam, NY 2000 SCOTT COLLINS, North Mankato, MN 2000 DONNY HALE, Marathon, WI 2000 BRIAN MARTIE, Madison, WI 2000 RON HEAD, Broken Bow, NE 2001 DAVE HOFFMAN, CanAm 2001 ROB OLSEN, Fargo, ND 2001 TIM WAHL, Decatur, IL 2001 RYAN WOLFE, Broken Bow, NE 2001 MIKE SCHWIEGER, Broken Bow, NE 2001 DALE LEVY, Owen Sound, ON 2001 RHYS CASLEY, Amsterdam, NY 2001 TRENT RUBLEY, Madison, WI 2001 SCOTT NEWITT, Vancouver, BC 2002 JEFF GALLEY, Vancouver, BC 2002 VIC JOHNS IV, Aurora, IL 2002

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MOST HOME RUNS, GAME (Cont.) 2 Once REMGIO OROPEZA, Houston, TX 2003 KEN KIVELL, Owen Sound ON 2003 JEFF WARTMAN, Salt Lake City, UT 2003 SEAN O’BRIEN, Amsterdam, NY 2003 SCOTT DEUTSCH, Fargo, ND 2004 JULIO GAMARCI, Houston, TX 2004 JODY EIDT, Amsterdam, NY 2004 KEVIN CASSELLS, Innerkip, ON 2004 CHRIS DELLARWELLE, Denmark, WI 2004 SHELDON KAZUIK, Calagary, AB 2004 QUINTON MATZNER, Saskatoon, SK 2005 ADAM LALONDE, Denmark, WI 2005 TIM MACUMBER, Calgary, AB 2005 JEFF ELLSWORTH, Fargo, ND 2005 PAT MACKINTOSH, Saskatoon, SK 2005 BRAD STURDY, Springfield, IL 2005 CRAIG CRAWFORD, Midland, MI 2006 DON GARVEY, Denmark, WI 2006 CHRIS HUNT, Whittier, CA 2006 MARC SANTILLO, Portland, OR 2006 EDUARDO LEONARDO, Ballston Lake, NY 2006 FRANK PEREZ, Ballston Lake, NY 2006 NATE FISH, Ballston Lake, NY 2006 JASON WANDLER, Fargo, ND 2007 DEREK MAYSON, Vancouver, BC 2007 ANTHONY PARADISO, Scarborough, ON.2007 STEVE MANSON, Thomson, IL 2007 FRANK DEGROAT, New York City, NY 2007 DAN SKILLINGS, Innerkip, ON 2007 CHAD STAATS, Jarvis, ON 2007 STEVE PINOCCHIO, Salinas, CA 2009 BEN WIDEMAN, Owen Sound, ON 2010 BRAD FOGEL, Staten Island, NY 2010 JEREMY TRACY, Clifton Park, NY 2010 B.J. GULICK, Appleton WI 2011 MIKE GRANT, Halifax NS 2011 REVOR BOUTILIER, Halifax NS 2011 DONNELLY ARCHIBALD, Toronto ON 2011 MARK ARSENAULT, Six Nations ON 2012 MARK COLEMAN, St. Thomas ON 2012 LOU KASS, Staten Island NY 2012 ROB GIESBRECHT, Fargo ND 2012

WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

PERFECT GAMES 4 MIKE PIECHNIK, Madison, WI 1985; Sioux City, IA 1993; Philadelphia, PA.1998; Waterloo, ON 2002 3 MICHAEL WHITE, Bakersfield, CA 1983 ; Cedar Rapids, IA 1985 [a]; St Joseph, MO 2002 2 JIMMY MOORE, Seattle, WA 1986 (2) a- First 9 innings of 10-Inning Game KEVIN HERLIHY, Saginaw, MI 1981 [a] ; Lakewood, CA 1986 b- First 7 innings of 9-Inning Game MARK SMITH, Camarillo, CA 1981,1982 [b] c- Duke, first 3 innings, Fisher, last 4 innings PAUL ALGAR, Madison, WI 1999 [e], 2003 [e] d- 12 consecutive perfect innings 1 CLAYTON DUGGER,Calvert, TX 1952 (12-23) during 34-inning game JIM BOENDER, Rock Island, IL 1959 e- 5-inning game BILL DUKE and DAN FISHER, Ogden, Ut 1962 [c] f6-inning game LEROY ZIMMERMAN, Long Beach, CA 1963 g- 8-inning game DICK THOMPSON, Rock Falls, IL 1964 RICHIE STEPHEN, Moline, IL 1967 MOST CONSECUTIVE WORLD TOURNAMENT WINS TY STOFFLET, Allentown, PA 1967 23 GERALD MUIZELAAR, 2001-2004 SAM BEAVERS, Dallas, TX 1970 15 DARREN ZACK, 1994-1996 PETER FINN, Midland, MI 1981 [d] 13 ANDREW KIRKPATRICK, 2004-2007 CHUCK SEYMOUR, Phoenix, AZ 1983 12 VIRGIL JONES, 1952-1954 (NSC) TERRY BELL, New Westminster, BC 1990 12 JIMMY MOORE, 1984-1986 GLEN JEVNE, Camrose, AB 1990 12 BRENT STEVENSON, 1983-1986 BRAD UNDERWOOD, Owen Sound, ON 1991 11 ROBBIE O’BRIEN, 2003-2005 ROB SCHELLER, Decatur, IL 1993 10 KORREY GAREAU, 2005-2006 DWAYNE DYCK, Minot, ND 1993 [e] 10 LES HANEY, 1948-1952 (ISL-NSC) TOM BAKEY, Mankato, MN 1996 [e] 10 BOB TODD, 1975-1977 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1996 [e] 9 PAUL ALGAR, 1996-1998 STEVE CLARKE, Englewood, CO 1998 9 ED KLECKER, 1973-1974 BRAD YOUNG, Sarnia, ON 1998 9 PAUL MAGAN, 1988-1990 (Passed Away to End Streak) PETER MEREDITH, Salt Lake City, UT 1998 9 MARK SMITH, 1981-1984 TIM JACOBS, Davenport, IA 1999 9 EDDIE WAYMIRE, 1957 (NSC)-1963 (Undefeated Career) DOUG MIDDLETON, St Joseph, MO 2001 9 MICHAEL WHITE, 1991-1995 CHAD BOOM, Geneva, MN 2002 [e] 8 JEFF BOYCE, 1983-1984 TREVOR WARDELL, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON 2003 [f] 8 DICK BRUBAKER, 1967-1968 COLLIN MCKENZIE, Appleton, WI 2005 8 JACK RANDALL, 1957 (ISL)-1959 MARTY GRANT, Yucaipa, CA 2008 [e] 8 PETER SANDMAN, 1988-1992 KARL GOLLAN, Horse Lake, AB 2008 [g] 8 DON SARNO, 1969-1971 ANDREW PHIBBS, Niagara Falls, ON 2012 JEREMY MANLEY, Denmark, WI 2012 [e] 8 ROB SCHELLER, 1992-1994 8 MICHAEL WHITE, 1987-1988 MOST NO HIT GAMES, ALL TOURNAMENTS 8 PETER MEREDITH, Madison, WI 1982, 1983; Elkhart, IN 1989 (2); Salt Lake City, UT 1990, 1991, 1994, 1998 6 LEROY ZIMMERMAN, Fresno, CA 1953 (2); Long Beach, CA 1958, 1959, 1960, 1963 MIKE PIECHNIK, Madison, WI 1985, 1989; Victoria, BC 1990; Sioux City, IA 1993; Philadelphia, PA 1998, Waterloo, ON 2002 DOUG MIDDLETON, Sioux City, IA 1991; Topeka, KS 1996, Savannah, MO 1999; St Joseph, MO 2000, 2001 5 MICHAEL WHITE, Bakersfield, CA 1983; Cedar Rapids, IA 1985; Sioux City, IA 1991; Decatur, IL 2000, St Joseph, MO 2002 PAUL ALGAR, Green Bay, WI 1994; Madison, WI 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, Davenport, IA 2012 4 JACK RANDALL, Long Beach, CA 1955, 1958 (2), 1960 DICK BRUBAKER, Rock Island, IL 1959, 1964, 1966 (2) JIMMY MOORE, Canby, OR 1983; Seattle, WA 1986 (3) BRAD UNDERWOOD, Owen Sound, ON, 1984, 1988, 1991, 1992 TERRY BELL, Seattle, WA 1988; New Westminster, BC 1990, 1993; Abottsford, BC 1994 MARTY GRANT, Green Bay, WI 1989 (2); Decatur, IL 1990; Houston, TX 2000 FRANK COX, Owen Sound, ON 1996,1999, 2000, 2001 3 ARNO LAMB, Sapulpa, OK 1955 (2), 1957 K.G FINCHER, Gardena, CA 1964, 1967; La Mesa, CA 1968 RALPH SALAZAR, Fresno, CA 1976 (2),1977 TY STOFFLET, Allentown, PA 1967; Philadelphia, PA 1969; Baltimore, MD 1989 LES HANEY, Taft, CA 1948, Long Beach, CA 1953 JIM BOENDER, New Bedford, IL 1955; Rock Island, IL 1959 DWAYNE DYCK, Minot, N.D 1993; Salt Lake City, UT 1997, 2001 PAUL KOERT, Amsterdam, NY 2002, 2003; Kitchener, ON 2007 JEREMY MANLEY, Pueblo, CO 2005, 2011; Denmark, WI 2012 2 KENNY WYCOFF, El Paso, TX 1960 (2) JACK NEELY, Tulsa, OK 1953, Sapulpa, OK 1962 DICK THOMPSON, Rock Falls, IL 1963, 1964 RICHIE STEPHEN, San Pedro, CA 1956, Moline, IL 1967 JERRY RALFS, Davenport, IA 1958; Rock Island, IL 1972 GIL ARAGON, Phoenix, AZ 1971, Sun City, AZ 1974 SAM BEAVERS, Dallas, TX 1970, Fort Worth, TX 1975 PETER BROWN, Regina, SK 1978; Bakersfield, CA 1980 MARK SMITH, Camarillo, CA 1981, 1982 DARRELL BENDER, Elkhart, IN 1983, 1986 AL RAUSCH, Mankato, MN 1985; Cedar Rapids, IA 1986 STEVE SCHULTZ, Bakersfield, CA 1983; Sioux City, IA 1986 CHRIS NICHOLAS, Aurora, IL 1985; Ashland, OH 1989 RUSSELL COOPER, St Louis, MO 1988; Kelso, MO 1990 STEVE JACKSON, Albuquerque, NM 1985; Denmark, WI 1994 TOM BAKEY, Des Moines, IA 1991; Mankato, MN 1996 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1994, 1996 JOEY BASARABA, Whitewood, SK 1996; Prince George, BC 1997 DEAN HOLOIEN, Seattle, WA 1998; Edmonton, AB 2000 PAUL KOERT, Amsterdam, NY 2002, 2003 ROB SCHELLER, Decatur, IL 1993, Massapequa, NY 2005 COLLIN MCKENZIE, Appleton, WI 2005 (2) KARL GOLLAN, Horse Lake, AB 2008 (2) JEREMY MANLEY, Pueblo, CO 2005, 2011 DON SCOTT, Kitchener, ON 2005; Jarvis, ON 2011 JEFF FARION, Saskatoon, SK 2010, 2011

115

WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

NO HIT GAMES (Cont.) 1 ARNOLD TRUJILLO, Phoenix, AZ 1947 JESS CORNWELL, Greeley, CO 1949 VICK CAMPLIN, Greeley, CO 1950 CLAYTON DUGGER, Calvert, TX 1952 WELDON HANEY, Plainview, TX 1952 RAY WEBER, Johnstown, CO 1952 PHIL CRAGE, Barbers Point, HI 1952 AL GEBHARDT, U.S Navy 1953 TED CARLSGAARD, Long Beach, CA 1953 KENNY LAW, Phoenix, AZ 1953 BILL BOYER, New Bedford, IL 1954 BILL HARDING, New Bedford, IL 1956 NORM BAGNELL, Oshawa, ON 1956 BUCK MILLER, Sapulpa, OK 1956 TOM LAMPE, Dinuba, CA 1957 PAUL JOHNSON, Dayton, OH 1957 DICK POBANZ, Geneseo, IL 1957 ED WAYMIRE, Long Beach, CA 1962 PETE CARLSON, Iowa City, IA 1966 GARY HUTCHINS, Moline, IL 1966 GEORGE PEARSON, Lakewood, CA 1967 HOWARD HEUSTON, Bartlesville, OK 1967 JERRY WELLS, Phoenix, AZ 1969 ROGER TESKE, Long Beach, CA 1972 BOB WILLS, Long Beach, CA 1972 ED KLECKER, Lakewood, CA 1972 MERLE BOLLMAN, Rock Falls, IL 1973 JIM SPERRY, Phoenix, AZ 1974 HERMAN DUNKERKIN, Clovis, CA 1974 TOM LEMORANDE, Green Bay, WI 1974 JACK VAN VOORST, Lakewood, CA 1976 WAYNE GENTRY, Denver, CO 1976 PETER LANDERS, Oshawa, On 1977 BILL DRENNEN, Oshawa, On 1978 DOUG STEFFENHAUER, Houston, TX 1978 GARY WATLAND, St Paul, MN 1978 HAL ADEN, Albuquerque, NM 1979 JAY BOB BICKFORD, Kingman, AZ 1979 ROY BURLISON, Tulsa, OK 1979 BARRY ROBERTS, Las Vegas, NV 1979 DAVID SCOTT, Fort Worth, TX 1979 ROD JARVIS, Johnstown, PA 1980 TIM REYNOLDS, St Louis, MO 1982 JEFF BOYCE, Calgary, AB 1983 CHUCK SEYMOUR, Phoenix, AZ 1983 DENNIS STILLWELL, Phoenix, AZ 1983 RON STERKEL, Aurora, IL 1984 TIM MCGUIRE, Bloomington, IL 1985 HANK MILLER, Ashland, OH 1985 DENNIS QUADE, Sioux City, IA 1987 GRAEME ROBERTSON, Seattle, WA 1987 MITCH GRAY, Clearwater, FL 1988 ROB SUNDERMAN, New Westminster, BC 1989 CHUCK D’ARCY, Rohnert Park, CA 1989 PETER FINN, Midland, MI 1990 GLEN JEVNE, Camrose, AB 1990 SCOTT PLANGGER, Bloomington, IL 1990 TONY BUCKLEY, Topeka, KS 1990 CHUBB TANGAROA, Rohnert Park, CA 1990 MARK HOYER, Orlando, FL 1990 TERRY LUSTER, Marshall, MO 1991 JODY HENNIGAR, Madison, WI 1991 ROBERT NEWHART, St Louis, MO 1991 BYRON DEMOE, Amsterdam, NY 1991 RICK SMITH, Victoria, BC 1993 CLAYTON FLEEMAN, Springfield, MO 1994 WARD GOSSE, St John’s, NF 1994 JIM COWDREY, Whiteford, MD.1994 TOM BARNES, Kokomo, IN 1994 DOUG GILLIS, Decatur, IL 1995 NEAL CHADWICK, Salt Lake City, UT 1995 TONY HUNHOFF, Long Beach, CA 1996 CHRIS WILSON, Marathon, WI 1996 KYLE KEMBELL, Victoria, B.C 1997 STEVE CLARKE, Englewood, CO 1998 BRAD YOUNG, Sarnia, ON 1998 CRAIG GIBSON, Philadelphia, PA 1998 ROBERTO FLORENCIA, Mexicali, Mexico 1998

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NO HIT GAMES (Cont.) 1 SHANE KIRKWOOD, Broken Bow, NE 1998 DERREK COLEMAN, Amsterdam, NY 1999 STEVE MITCHELL, St Louis, MO 1999 VINCENT SWANWICK, Denmark, WI 1999 ROB SCHWEYER, Broken Bow, NE 2000 COLLIN MCKENZIE, Edmonton, AB 2001 EARL RUTLEDGE, Allentown, PA 2001 BRIAN URQUHART, Fargo, ND 2001 CHAD BOOM, Geneva, MN 2002 TYRON MCKINNEY, Midland, MI 2003 CRAIG GIBSON, St Louis, MO 2003 TREVOR WARDELL, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON 2003 STEVE LANGLEY, Aurora, IL 2003 RICK LANG, Geneva, MN 2004 DON SCOTT, Kitchener, ON, 2005 JEREMY MANLEY, Pueblo, CO 2005 SCOTT EVANS, Ashland, OH, 2006 ADAM FOLKARD, New York City, NY 2006 BILL HILLHOUSE, Wilkes-Barre, PA 2006 TREVOR ETHIER, Saskatoon, SK 2007 PAUL KOERT, Kitchener, ON 2007 KARL GOLLAN, Horse Lake, AB 2008 RYAN BRAND, Saskatoon, SK 2008 MATT BRAMWELL, Green Bay, WI 2008 MATIAS TESSORE, Portland, OR 2008 TODD MARTIN, Kitchener, ON 2008 ROB O’BRIEN, Santo Domingo, DR 2009 SCOTT SMITH, Port Elgin, ON 2010 JEFF FARION, Saskatoon SK, 2010 SEAN CLEARY, Harrisburg, PA 2010 IAN KNOTT, St Thomas, ON 2010 SEBASTIAN GERVASUTTI, Appleton WI 2011 LUCAS MATA, Bakerfield CA 2011 JUAN POTOLICCHIO, West ST. Paul MN 2011 SISCO SABATE, Mascoutah IL 2012 COMBINED PERFECT GAMES GERALD MUIZELAAR/FRANK COX, Amsterdam, NY 2004 BILL DUKE/DAN FISHER, Ogden, Ut 1962

COMBINED NO HITTERS DOUG MIDDLETON/CLAYTON FLEEMAN, Topeka, KS 1995 BILL DUKE/ DAN FISHER, Ogden UT 1962 SAM BANEGAS/ STONEY BURKE, Las Cruces, N.M 1995 DARREN ZACK/TODD MARTIN, Tampa Bay, FL 1997 TERRY BELL/DEAN HOLOIEN, Vancouver, BC 1997 MICHAEL WHITE/ JAMES SPERAL, Fargo, ND 2004 BETTO GUERRINIERI/ MIKE ROBERTS/ JAMES DARBY, Green Bay, WI 2007 DEREK MAYSON/ANDREW KIRKPATRICK, Broken Bow, NE 2008 ADAM FOLKARD/TREVOR ETHIER, Jarvis ON 2010 ROB SCHWEYER/MERLIN HIGH, Harrisburg PA 2010 MOST NO HIT GAMES, TOURNAMENT 3 JIMMY MOORE, Seattle, WA 1986 2 LEROY ZIMMERMAN, Fresno, CA 1953 ARNO LAMB, Sapulpa, OK 1955 JACK RANDALL, Long Beach, CA 1958 KENNY WYCOFF, El Paso, TX 1960 DICK BRUBAKER, Rock Island, IL 1956 RALPH SALAZAR, Fresno, CA 1976 MARTY GRANT, Green Bay, WI 1989 PETER MEREDITH, Elkhart, IN 1989 COLLIN MCKENZIE, Appleton, WI 2005 KARL GOLLAN, Horse Lake AB 2008 MOST CONSECUTIVE NO HIT INNINGS 18 DICK BRUBAKER, Aurora, IL 1964 MOST CONSECUTIVE INNINGS NOT ALLOWING A RUN 69 2/3 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1995 57 2/3 PETER MEREDITH, Salt Lake City, UT 1990 MOST WINS, TOURNAMENT 10 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1995 8 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1993 7 CAL OXFORD, Tulsa, OK 1981 KEVIN HERLIHY, Lancaster, CA 1983 JIMMY MOORE, Bellevue, WA 1990 DARREN ZACK, Vancouver, BC 1992

WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

MOST STRIKEOUTS, TOURNAMENT SO INN PITCHER 150 73 2/3 DARREN ZACK, Torotnto, ON 1995 136 76 DARREN ZACK, Vancouver, BC 1992 126 75 PETER FINN, Midland, MI 1981 110 71 BRAD UNDERWOOD, Owen Sound, ON 1991 108 63 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1993 100 60 2/3 PETER MEREDITH, Salt Lake City, UT 1990 98 53 BRAD UNDERWOOD, Owen Sound, ON 1987 98 51 CHUBB TANGAROA, Rohnert Park, CA 1989 97 59 2/3 OWEN WALFORD, Saginaw, MI 1976 96 54 KEVIN HERLIHY, Saginaw, MI 1979 94 47 MARTY GRANT, Green Bay, WI 1979 92 56 PETER MEREDITH, Salt Lake City, UT 1993 87 38 1/3 DARREN ZACK, Toronto, ON 1994 86 42 TY STOFFLET, Philadelphia, PA 1969 MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME SO INN PITCHER 20 7 RON SPROUT, Moline, IL 1968 20 7 JOEY BASARABA, Whitewood, SK 1996 20 7 GERALD MUIZELAAR, Amsterdam, NY 2003 20 7 TODD MARTIN, Kitchener, ON 2005 20 7 RICK SMITH, Whittier, CA 2005 21 8 PETER MEREDITH, Madison, WI 1984 21 8 BRYAN VOIGT, Dinuba, CA 1954 21 10 DARREN DUBSKY, Lincoln, NE 1999 22 10 MICHAEL WHITE, Sioux City, IA 1995 22 14 CRAIG GIBSON, Philadelphia, PA 1999 23 11 1/3 SCOTT PLANGGER, Ashland, OH 1999 23 11 1/3 BILL HILLHOUSE, Wilkes- Barre, PA 2005 24 9 SEAN CLEARY, Harrisburg, PA 2011 27 12 JEREMY MANLEY, Pueblo, CO 2005 29 14 1/3 RENO LATO, Allentown, PA 1999 30 14 LEROY ZIMMERMAN, Long Beach, CA 1955 32 15 CHUBB TANGAROA, Rohnert Park, CA 1989 35 14 MARTY GRANT, Houston, TX 2000 37 16 JEREMY MANLEY, Pueblo CO 2006 37 19 OWEN WALFORD, Saginaw, MI 1978 42 34 PETER MEREDITH, Madison, WI 1981 44 22 VERN MAUCH, Lamar, CO 1967 64 34 PETER FINN, Midland, MI 1981

MOST PUT OUTS, TOURNAMENT

MOST WINS, ALL TOURNAMENTS 70 MICHAEL WHITE 1980-2006 60 PETER MEREDITH 1980-2001 56 DARREN ZACK 1992-2012 48 MIKE PIECHNIK 1985-2008 44 GERALD MUIZELAAR 1999-2012 42 TODD MARTIN 1993-2010 PAUL ALGAR 1985-2012 38 DOUG MIDDLETON 1986-2002 37 TY STOFFLET 1964-1992 KORREY GAREAU 1995-20080 36 BRAD UNDERWOOD 1983-2002 35 DEAN HOLOIEN 1995-2012 34 DOUG GILLIS 1986-2011 33 FRANK COX 1996-2010 32 DICK BRUBAKER 1958-1984 KEVIN HERLIHY 1979-1987 31 LEROY ZIMMERMAN 1950-1963 MARTY GRANT 1987-2009 PAUL LOPEZ 1947-1973 KENNY LAW 1948-1956 30 K.G. FINCHER 1963-1981 ALAN COLGLAZIER 1973-1998 TERRY LUSTER 1990-2011 29 JIMMY MOORE 1982-1991 JERRY WELLS 1960-1973 28 LUCAS MATA 2001-2012 27 ROB SCHELLER 1983-2009 ANDREW KIRKPATRICK 2004-2012 26 LES HANEY 1947-1960 ROB SCHWEYER 1997-2012 25 CHUBB TANGAROA 1984-1997 RICHIE STEPHENS 1953-1977 24 JACK RANDALL 1951-1962 BRYAN VOIGT 1951-1963 SCOTT PLANGGER 1987-2002 KARL GOLLAN 1998-2011 VIRGIL JONES 1951-1957 JEREMY MANLEY 2001-2012 23 CHRIS NICHOLAS 1981-1990 JIMMY SEAMAN 1987-1996 BRENT STEVENSON 1980-1987 22 PAUL MAGAN 1977-1990 PETER FINN 1981-1992 JIM COWDREY 1979-1999 DWAYNE DYCK 1992-2006 21 JODY HENNIGAR 1985-2004 AL REBLING 1984-2009 20 LEROY JOLSTAD 1977-1999 ROB O’BRIEN 1998-2009

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING

MOST PUT OUTS, GAME

PO POS

PLAYER

154 C

BRUCE CASSELMAN, Toronto, ON 1995

103 1B

GARY HARP, Tulsa, OK 1981

MOST ASSISTS, TOURNAMENT

37

HERMAN AUGERHOLE, Tulsa, OK 1981

27

2B

18 S

64

ART TOLFREE, Midland, MI 1981

LARRY FOXTON, Grimsby, ON 1980

MIKE BOLTON, Tulsa, OK 1981

24 OF JERRY TRISKA, Tulsa, OK 1981

MOST ASSISTS, GAME 16

BUDDY POWERS, Davenport, IA 1957

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WORLD TOURNAMENT RECORDS HIGHEST FIELDING AVERAGE (4 or more games) AVG. G TEAM 1.000 8 St Louis, MO 1983 7 Broken Bow, NE 2000 6 Madison, WI 1999 6 Salt Lake City, UT (Miller) 2000 6 Frankenmuth, MI 2005 5 Columbia, SC 1971 5 Decatur, IL 1990 5 Saskatoon, SK 2012 4 Long Beach, CA 1971 4 Green Bay, WI 1981 4 Newmarket, ON 1981 4 Saskatoon, SK 1987 4 Broken Bow, NE 1998 4 Thomson, IL 2007 4 Denmark, WI 2012 4 Midland, MI 2012

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE, TOURNAMENT AVG. G TEAM .401 6 Madison, WI 1997 .382 6 Green Bay, WI 1997 .363 8 Broken Bow, NE 2002 .361 7 Madison, WI 2008 .353 4 Long Beach, CA 1971 .343 8 Madison, WI 2005 .335 8 Jarvis, ON 2012 .333 8 Marathon, WI 2005 .333 5 Denmark, WI 2008 .331 4 St Thomas, ON 2007 .327 6 Tampa Bay, FL 1998 .327 6 Kitchener, ON 2008 .326 7 Kitchener, ON 2005 .325 6 St Paul, MN 1977 .322 8 Denmark, WI 2003 .322 6 Shakespeare, ON 2011 .319 6 Jarvis, ON 2011 .318 5 San Antonio, TX 1977 .317 5 Tumacacori, AZ 1997 .316 7 Salt Lake City, UT 1980 .315 8 Amsterdam, NY 2003 MOST STOLEN BASES, TOURNAMENT 13 Topeka, KS 1995 12 St Joseph, MO 2002 12 Broken Bow, NE 2008 11 Long Beach, CA 1959 11 Amsterdam, NY 2004 11 Green Bay, WI 2005 MOST HOME RUNS, TOURNAMENT BY ALL TEAMS 182 at Eau Claire, WI 2005 159 at Fargo, ND 2004 159 at Midland, MI 2012 142 at Kitchener, ON 2006 142 at Moline, IL 2011 140 at Kitchener, ON 2007 128 at Midland, MI 2010 121 at Kimberly, WI 2008 115 at Sioux City, IA 1999

TEAM FIELDING

MOST PUT OUTS, TOURNAMENT 330 Tulsa, OK 1981 MOST ASSISTS,TOURNAMENT 124 Tulsa, OK 1981 MOST ASSISTS, GAME 38 Pueblo, CO 1978 (19 inn) MOST ERRORS, TOURNAMENT 21 Tulsa, OK 1981

TEAM BATTING

LONGEST GAMES ( Innings) 34 28 28 22 22 20 20

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Midland, MI 2- Madison, WI 1, 1981 Tulsa, OK 1- Ashland, OH 0, 1981 Sun City, AZ 2- Kingman, AZ 1, 1975 Columbia, S.C 1- Lamar, CO 1, 1967 Owen Sound, ON 1- Rhonert Park, CA 0, 1991 El Paso, TX 1- Toronto, ON 0, 1948 New Westminster, B.C 9- Cedar Rapids, IA 8, 1993

MOST RUNS, TOURNAMENT G R TEAM 8 68 Broken Bow, NE 2002 12 62 Green Bay, WI 1996 10 60 Victoria, BC 1997 9 60 Amsterdam, NY 2004 8 58 Marathon, WI 2005 9 57 Madison, WI 2003 12 56 Toronto, ON 1995 8 55 Amsterdam, NY 2003 8 55 Jarvis, ON 2012 9 53 Denmark, WI 2004 9 53 Marathon, WI 2004 7 53 Vancouver, BC 2007 6 52 Madison, WI 1997 9 52 Calgary, AB 2004 8 49 Madison, WI 2005 7 48 Madison, WI 2004 8 47 Toronto, ON 1994 8 46 Denmark, WI 2003 9 46 Marathon, WI 2003 7 46 Jarvis, ON 2007 MOST HITS, TOURNAMENT 92 Toronto, ON 1995 90 Lakewood, CA 1986 87 Green Bay, WI 1996 MOST HITS, GAME 17 Englewood, CO 1969 Hawthorne, CA 1970 Owen Sound, ON 1997 (15 Inn.) 23 Sun City, AZ 1975 (28 Inn.)

MOST TIMES AS HOST CITY OF WORLD TOURNAMENT 11 10 5

Kimberly, WI 1972, 1975, 1978, 1982 1985, 1989, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2008 Rock Island, IL 1961-1969,1973 Phoenix, AZ 1947, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1977

CHAMPIONS NATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS 1947   at Phoenix, Arizona

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE 1951   at Greeley, Colorado

2 PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego, CA 3 ANDREWS MOTORS, Rome, GA 4 ANDERSON SPORTING GOODS, Oklahoma City, OK

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 ROBITAILLE MOTORS, Montreal, Quebec 4 WELLS MOTORS, Greeley, CO

FARM FRESH MARKET, Phoenix, AZ

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

1948   at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

1952   at Plainview, Texas

2 CLARK-SMITH AUTOS, Phoenix, AZ 3 BLUEBONNET LAUNDRY, Lubbock, TX 4 WHEELER REALTY, Greeley, CO

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 POINTERS, Barbers Point, HI 4 WYOMING ANGUS, Johnstown, CO

MERCHANTS, Taft, CA

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

1949   at Greeley, CO

1953   at Selma, California

2 ROUNDUP BAR, Somerton, AZ 3 MERCHANTS, Taft, CA 4 GREVER TRUCK LINES, Tulsa, OK

2 MERCHANTS, Tampico, IL 3 LIONS, Lorenzo, TX 4 HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

HANFORD KINGS, Hanford, CA

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1950   at Greeley, CO

1954   at Selma, California

2 HANFORD KINGS, Hanford, CA 3 GREVER TRUCK LINES, Tulsa, OK 4 WELLS MOTORS, Greeley, CO

2 CONDORS, Dinuba, CA 3 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 4 LIONS, Lorenzo, TX

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

1951   at Phoenix, Arizona

1955   at New Bedford, Illinois

2 FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix, AZ 3 KINGS, Hanford, CA 4 COLONIALS, Springfield, MO

2 CONDORS, Dinuba, CA 3 ELITES, New Bedford, IL 4 LOCAL 1014 CHIEFS, Gary, IN

SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert, TX

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1952   at Phoenix, Arizona

1956   at New Bedford, Illinois

2 SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert, TX 3 WHEELER GENERAL TIRES, Salt Lake City, UT 4 SHAWVER BROS., Phoenix, AZ

2 SIEBREN HYBRIDS, Geneseo, IL 3 ELITES, New Bedford, IL 4 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton, OH

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1953   at Salt Lake City, Utah

1957   at New Bedford, Illinois

2 FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix, AZ 3 SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert, TX 4 B&B FREIGHT, Tulsa, OK

2 ELITES, New Bedford, IL 3 Q’s MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa, OK 4 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton, OH

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

1954   at Phoenix, Arizona

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

2 FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix, AZ 3 BERRY-CARTER PLUMBERS, Tulsa, OK 4 MCGINNIS EQUIPMENT, Phoenix, AZ

1955   at Tulsa, Oklahoma

SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK

2 MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA 3 ALL-STARS, Ralls, TX 4 BERRY-CARTER PLUMBERS, Tulsa, OK

1956   at Tulsa, Oklahoma

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

2 SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK 3 ELKS, Oxnard, CA 4 BERRY-CARTER PLUMBERS, Tulsa, OK

1957   at El Paso, Texas

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

2 SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK 3 ELKS, Oxnard, CA 4 FRANK PHILLIPS MEN’S CLUB, Phillips, TX

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS 1958   at Long Beach, California NITEHAWKS, LONG BEACH, CA

2 CONDORS, Dinuba, CA 3 LAKE FURNITURE, Bremerton, WA 4 CALIENTE TRACK, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

1959   at Long Beach, California NITEHAWKS, LONG BEACH, CA

2 COMETS, Culver City, CA 3 HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL 4 REALTORS, Salt Lake City, UT

1960   at Long Beach, California NITEHAWKS, LONG BEACH, CA

2 SERTOMA CLUB, Tulsa, OK 3 MEYER’S DOLPHINS, Escondido, CA 4 DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX

1961   at Rock Island, Illinois

DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX

2 MANNING-MAXWELL-MOORE, Tulsa, OK 3 HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL 4 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

119

CHAMPIONS 1962   at Rock Island, Illinois

1975   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

2 HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL 3 VALPO KINGS, Valparaiso, IN 4 ROSE TRUCK LINE, Dallas, TX

2 PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City, AZ 3 TARRANT GLASS, Fort Worth, TX 4 MANNY’S, San Bernardino, CA

DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1963   at Rock Island, Illinois

1976   at Long Beach, California

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL 4 HAY’S ROOFING, Phoenix, AZ

2 JETS, Lakewood, CA 3 LAMB CHEVROLET, Prescott, AZ 4 TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh, WI

MERCHANTS, GARDENA, CA

ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

1964   at Rock Island, Illinois

1977   at Phoenix, Arizona

2 REGINA CAFE, Etlwanda, CA 3 ARGUS, Rock Island, IL 4 MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 TONY’S, Oshawa, ON 4 BOMBERS, Vista, CA

PARAMOUNT CHEVROLET, Downey, CA

RENO TOYOTA, Reno, NV

1965   at Rock Island, Illinois

1978   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

2 PARAMOUNT CHEVROLET, Downey, CA 3 PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown, PA 4 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

2 SCHAEFER-SMITH-ANKENEY, Phoenix, AZ 3 MOLSON ’S BREWERY, Regina, SK 4 ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

BOMBERS, Pomona, CA

ATLEE’S CARPETS, Oklahoma City, OK

1966   at Rock Island, Illinois

1979   at Bakersfield, California

2 DISCO BOMBERS, Rock Island, IL 3 HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline, IL 4 PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown, PA

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield, CA 4 GUANELLA BROS., Santa Rosa, CA

MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA

BOLTERS, Saginaw, MI

1967   at Rock Island, Illinois

1980   at Tempe, Arizona

2 PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown, PA 3 M&M CHARTERS, Lakewood, CA 4 SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island, IL

2 7TH AVENUE AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix, AZ 3 PEACH KINGS, Grimsby, ON 4 MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT

HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline, IL

HOME SAVINGS, Aurora, IL

1968   at Rock Island, Illinois

1981   at Saginaw, Michigan

2 BOMBERS, Rock Island, IL 3 DER WEINERSCHNITZEL, LaMesa, CA 4 SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia, PA

2 FIREBIRDS, Tulsa, OK 3 VALLEY MECHANICAL, Midland, MI 4 ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

CAMARILLO KINGS, Camarillo, CA

1969   at Rock Island, Illinois

1982   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

2 SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island, IL 3 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 4 BOB NEAL FORD, Rock Island, IL

2 DAVE FRYE PLASTERING, Bakersfield, CA 3 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 4 BUDWEISER KINGS, St. Louis, MO

SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia, PA

CAMARILLO KINGS, Camarillo, CA

1970   at Kerman, California

1983   at Bakersfield, California

2 L&L HUSTLERS, Hawthorne, CA 3 SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia, PA 4 GENERAL ELECTRIC, Dallas, TX

2 BUDWEISER KINGS, St. Louis, MO 3 MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT 4 DOME PETROLEUM, Calgary, AB

SCHAEFER-SMITH INSURANCE, Phoenix, AZ

CHAMELEONS, Lancaster, CA

1971   at Tulsa, Oklahoma

1984   at Allentown, Pennsylvania

2 (tied) LA TAPATIA, El Paso, TX 2 (tied) SPENCER’S SPORTING GOODS, Englewood, CO 4 LUX CLUB, Dubuque, IA

2 ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield, CA 3 CHAMELEONS, Lancaser, CA 4 ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary, AB

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1972   at Kimberly, Wisconsin COMETS, Burbank, CA

2 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 3 HYNES & HOWE, Rock Island, IL 4 JETS, Lakewood, CA

1973   at Rock Island, Illinois JETS, Lakewood, CA

2 COWBOYS, Clovis, CA 3 MANNY’S, San Bernardino, CA 4 RAIDERS, Las Vegas, NV

1974   at Sun City, Arizona

PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City, AZ

2 TURQUOISE KINGS, Kingman, AZ 3 COWBOYS, Clovis, CA 4 JETS, Lakewood, CA

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ADM, Decatur, IL

1985   at Kimberly, Wisconsin PAY ’N PAK, Bellevue, WA

2 ADM, Decatur, IL 3 ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary, AB 4 HOME SAVINGS, Aurora, IL

1986   at Sioux City, Iowa PAY ’N PAK, Bellevue, WA

2 CHAMELEONS, Lakewood, CA 3 COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora, IL 4 PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

1987   at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids, IA

2 DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL 3 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 4 COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora, IL

In 1971, the final night was washed out by seven inches of rain, with three teams left. The undefeated Nitehawks were declared champions. The other two teams were named co-runners-up.

CHAMPIONS 1988   at Decatur, Illinois

2001   at Eau Claire, Wisconsin

1989   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

2002   at Kitchener-Waterloo, ON

1990   at Victoria, British Columbia

2003   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA 2 HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington, MO 3 CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound, ON 4 ALLSTEEL, Aurora, IL PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA 2 GUANELLA BROS., Rohnert Park, CA 3 TRANS-AIRE VANS, Elkhart, IN 4 TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids, IA

BROKEN BOW TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE 2 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 3 COUNTY CLASSICS, Portage, WI 4 LARRY MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT ST JOSEPH FRONTIER CASINO, St Joseph, MO 2 TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE 3 HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo, ON 4 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

SEAFIRST, Bellevue, WA 2 PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA 3 MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT 4 GUANELLA BROS., Rohnert Park, CA

BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY 2  COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI 3  THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 4  OWEN SOUND SELECTS, Owen Sound, ON

1991   at Sioux City, Iowa

2004   at Fargo, North Dakota

PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA 2 CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound, ON 3 GUANELLA BROS., Rohnert Park, CA 4 COLONIAL BAKING, Aurora, IL

1992   at Salt Lake City, Utah

BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY 2  COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI 3 CALGARY DIAMONDS, Calgary, AB 4 CIRCLE TAP - Denmark, WI

2005   at Eau Claire, Wisconsin

NHCD, Sioux City, IA 2 PAYLESS, Victoria, BC 3 BOMBERS, Clearwater, FL 4 MAGICIANS, Vancouver, BC

COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI 2 THE FARM, Madison, WI 3 HALLMAN TWINS, Kitchener, ON 3 (tie)  CIRCLE TAP, Denmark, WI

1993   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

2006   at Kitchener, ON

1994   at Summerside, Prince Edward Island

2007   at Kitchener, ON

GATORS, Toronto, ON 2 NHCD, Sioux City, IA 3 MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT 4 DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL ALL-CAR ROADRUNNERS, Green Bay, WI 2 GATORS, Toronto, ON 3 GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City, IA 4 DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL

1995   at Sioux City, Iowa

GATORS, Toronto, ON 2 MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City, UT 3 GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City, IA 4 TRAVELERS, Topeka, KS

1996   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

SMOKERS, Tampa, FL 2 ALL-CAR ROADRUNNERS, Green Bay, WI 3 GATORS, Toronto, ON 4 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

1997   at Victoria, British Columbia

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 2 LEGENDS, Victoria, BC 3 ALL-CAR ROADRUNNERS, Green Bay, WI 4 SMOKERS, Tampa, FL

1998   at Kimberly, Wisconsin

SMOKERS, Tampa, FL 2 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 3 DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL 4 EXPLORERS, Midland, MI

1999   at Sioux City, Iowa

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 2 TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE 3 DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL 4 HEFLIN SMOKERS, Ballston Lake, NY

2000   at St. Joseph, Missouri

DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL 2 TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE 3 THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 4 MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph, MO

MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS 10 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA 1953, 1955-1960, 1968, 1971, 1975 5 MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA 1952-1954, 1956-1957 4 HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA 1950-1952, 1954 PENN CORP/NHCD, Sioux City, IA 1988-1989, 1991-1992

COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI 2  PATSY’S - New York, NY 3 ORILLIA RIVERSHARKS, Orillia, ON 4  THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 2  CASA TREJO SO CAL BOMBERS, Palm Springs, CA 3 PATSY’S OF NEW YORK, New York City, NY 4  BROKEN BOW GREMLINS, Clifton Park, NY

2008   at Kimberly, WI

KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON 2  ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon, SK 3  THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI 4  PATSY’S, New York City, NY

2009   at Quad Cities, IL & IA

KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON 2  BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow, NE 3  ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon, SK 4  MIDWEST STAMPEDE, Bondurant, IA

2010   at Midland, MI

JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON 2  KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON 3  NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park, NY 4  C  HICAGO/NEW YORK FASTPITCH, New York City, NY

2011   at Quad Cities, IL & IA

JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON 2  CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City, NY 3  SASKATOON DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon, SK 4  M  INNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul, MN

2012   at Midland, MI

JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON 2  HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations, ON 3  PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg, PA 4  N  Y GREMLINS, Clifton Park, NY

MOST CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS 6 NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA, 1955-1960 3 HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA, 1950-1952 MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA, 1952-1954 JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON, 2010-2012 2 MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA, 1956-1957 DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX, 1961-1962 CAMARILLO KINGS, Camarillo, CA, 1981-1982 PAY ’N PAK, Bellevue, WA, 1985-1986 PENN CORP/NHCD, Sioux City, IA, 1988-1989, 1991-1992 BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY, 2003-2004 COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI, 2005-2006 KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON, 2008-2009

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CLEO GOYETTE MEMORIAL AWARD for

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS

NATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

Shortstop, PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego, CA

Shortstop, ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

1947 MICKEY AQUIRRE

1976 JERRY O’CONNOR

1948 KENNY LAW

1977 BILL PENALUNA

Pitcher, CLARK-SMITH AUTOS, Phoenix, AZ

1949 PAUL THOMAS 1950 RED DENHAM

1980 JAY BOB BICKFORD

Second Base, SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert, TX

Pitcher, 7TH AVE. AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix, AZ

1952 CHARLES MORRIS

1981 LARRY NOLAN

Catcher, ELKS, Bakersfield, CA

Outfielder, KINGS, Camarillo, CA

1953 CLEO GOYETTE

1982 PAUL MAGAN

Shortstop, MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

Pitcher, DAVE FRYE PLASTERING, Bakersfield, CA

1954 PAUL HUMISTON

1983 GLENN HARPER

Outfielder, MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

Outfielder, CHAMELEONS, Lancaster, CA

1955 WELDON HANEY

1984 BRIAN ROTHROCK

Pitcher, SOFTBALL CLUB, Ralls, TX

1956 JACK NEWMAN

Shortstop, ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary, AB

1957 ARNO LAMB

1986 CHAD CORCORAN

Pitcher, SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK

Shortstop, PAY ’N PAK, Seattle, WA

1987 TED HICKS

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Catcher, PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

Pitcher, WELLS MOTORS, Greeley, CO

1989 RANDY BURNSIDE

1952 RAY WEBER

Catcher, PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

Pitcher, WYOMING ANGUS, Johnstown, CO

1990 BILL BOYER

1953 BRYAN VOIGT

Outfielder, PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

Pitcher, MERCHANTS, Tampico, IL

1991 TIM WAHL

1954 PAUL JOHNSON

Catcher, PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

Pitcher, NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton, OH

1992 DAVE BADOVINAC

1955 KENNY LAW

Pitcher, A-1 CONSTRUCTION, Phoenix, AZ

Outfielder, GATORS, Toronto, ON

Pitcher, TONY’S REFRESHMENTS, Oshawa, Ontario

1994 COLIN ABBOTT

1957 KENNY SCOTT

Outfielder, ALL-CAR, Green Bay, WI

Pitcher/Outfielder, Q’s MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa, OK

1995 BRIAN PATON

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS 1958 JOHN RIDLEY

DH/Pitcher, HEFLIN/GREMLINS, Ballston Lake, NY

1960 HOWARD HEUSTON

1999 JARRAD MARTIN

Pitcher, SERTOMA CLUB, Tulsa, OK

Outfielder, TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE

1961 BOB NAAB

2000 THOMAS MAKEA

Pitcher, HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL

Outfielder, TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE

1962 SONNY HANCKS

2001 DARREN BOX

Second Base, HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL

Catcher, TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE

1963 JERRY WELLS

2002 CHRIS MILJAVAC

Pitcher, HAY’S ROOFING, Phoenix, AZ Pitcher/Third Base, DISCO FOOD CENTER, Rock Falls, IL

DON SARNO

Pitcher, NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1966 K G FINCHER

Pitcher, MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA

1967 TY STOFFLET

Pitcher, PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown, PA

1968 DICK BRUBAKER

Pitcher, BOMBERS, Rock Island, IL

1969 TY STOFFLET

Pitcher, SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia, PA

1970 JERRY WELLS

Pitcher, SHAEFER-SMITH INS, Phoenix, AZ

1971 GIL ARAGON

Pitcher, TALLY-PAGE, Phoenix, AZ

1972 BOB WILLS

Pitcher/Outfielder, NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1973 ED KLECKER

Pitcher, JETS, Lakewood, CA

1974 BILL CRUMM

First Base, PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City, AZ

First Base, NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1975 JERRY FLORY

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Outfielder, ALL-CAR, Green Bay, WI

1998 STEVE PRICE

Pitcher, HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL

1996 COLIN ABBOTT

Catcher, THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

1959 DICK BRUBAKER

Pitcher, HAY’S ROOFING, Phoenix, AZ

Outfielder, GATORS, Toronto, ON

1997 TIM WAHL

Pitcher, LAKE FURNITURE, Bremerton, WA

1965 JERRY WELLS

Third Base/Outfielder, PAYLESS, Victoria, BC

1993 TERRY CHALLIS

1956 NORMAN BAGNELL

Third Base, PRIDE, Decatur, IL

1988 MARK SORENSON

1951 VIC CHAMPLIN

1964 DICK THOMPSON

Outfielder, ADM, Decatur, IL

1985 MARTY KERNAGHAN

Pitcher, ELKS, Oxnard, CA

First Base, ATLEE’S CARPETS, Oklahoma City, OK

Pitcher, BOLTERS, Saginaw, MI

1951 BILL DELOACH

1979 KEVIN HERLIHY

Pitcher, GULF OILERS, Crane, TX

Third Base, RENO TOYOTA, Reno, NV

1978 BOB TONEY

Pitcher, STREIT’S, Gainesville, FL

Second Base, FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph, MO

Third Base, BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY

Third Base, BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY

2003 JODY EIDT 2004 JODY EIDT

2005 COLIN ABBOTT

Outfielder, THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

2006 JARRAD MARTIN

First Base, COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI

2007 KARL GOLLAN

Pitcher/Outfielder, ALBAUGH, INC., Elkhart, IA

2008 JODY EIDT

Third Base, KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON

DH/Pitcher, KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON

Infielder, JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

Outfielder, JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

Designated Hitter, JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

2009 DEAN HOLOIEN 2010 NICK SHAILES 2011 BEN ENOKA 2012

DONNY HALE

MOST TIMES AS MVP

3 JERRY WELLS, 1963, 1965, 1970 COLIN ABBOTT, 1994, 1996, 2005 JODY EIDT, 2003, 2004, 2008

2

KENNY LAW, 1948, 1955 DICK BRUBAKER, 1959, 1968 TY STOFFLET, 1967, 1969 TIM WAHL, 1991, 1997 JARRAD MARTIN, 1999, 2006

LEROY ZIMMERMAN MEMORIAL AWARD for

OUTSTANDING PITCHERS

NATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego, CA

ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

MERCHANTS, Taft, CA

RENO TOYOTA, Reno, NV

ROUNDUP BAR, Somerton, AZ

ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul, MN

BOLTERS, Saginaw, MI

7TH AVE. AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix, AZ

KINGS, Camarillo, CA

DAVE FRYE PLASTERING, Bakersfield, CA

CHAMELEONS, Lancaster, CA

SUNNERS, Reading, PA

PAY ’N PAK, Seattle, WA

PAY ’N PAK, Seattle, WA

TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids, IA

PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA

SEAFIRST, Bellevue, WA

CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound, ON

MAGICIANS, Vancouver, BC

GATORS, Toronto, ON

ALL-CAR, Green Bay, WI

GATORS, Toronto, ON

SMOKERS, Tampa, FL

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

SMOKERS, Tampa, FL

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL

TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE

FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph, MO

BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY

BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI

THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI

KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON

BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow, NE

JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

1947 BOB MICHAELS 1948 LES HANEY

1949 KENNY LAW

1976 AL DEWALL

1977 BOB GREGORY

1978 GARY WATLAND

1950 LEROY ZIMMERMAN

1979 KEVIN HERLIHY

1951 WELDON HANEY

1980 JAY BOB BICKFORD

1952 VIRGIL JONES

1981 MARK SMITH

1953 VIRGIL JONES

1982 PAUL MAGAN

1954 VIRGIL JONES

1983 KEVIN HERLIHY

1955 ARNO LAMB

1984 TY STOFFLET

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert, TX

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

1956 RICHIE STEPHEN 1957 EDDIE WAYMIRE

MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro, CA

1985 JIMMY MOORE 1986 JIMMY MOORE

1987 MICHAEL WHITE

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE

1988 JIMMY SEAMAN

HOAK PACKERS, Fresno, CA

1989 PAUL MAGAN

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1990 JIM MOORE

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1991 BRAD UNDERWOOD

CONDORS, Dinuba, CA

1992 DARREN ZACK

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1993 DARREN ZACK

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1994 BRAD UNDERWOOD

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1951 LES HANEY

1952 LEROY ZIMMERMAN 1953 TED CARLSGAARD 1954 DANA EXUM

1955 LEROY ZIMMERMAN 1956 JACK RANDALL 1957 JACK RANDALL

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

1995 DARREN ZACK 1996 TODD MARTIN

1958 JACK RANDALL

1997 PAUL ALGAR

1959 LEROY ZIMMERMAN

1998 TODD MARTIN

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

1960 LEROY ZIMMERMAN

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX

1961 PAUL LOPEZ

1962 KENNY WYKOFF

DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso, TX

HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island, IL

DICK BRUBAKER

1963 K G FINCHER

MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA

1964 GALE WOOD

1999 PAUL ALGAR

2000 DARREN ZACK

2001 GERALD MUIZELAAR 2002 MICHAEL WHITE

2003 GERALD MUIZELAAR 2004 GERALD MUIZELAAR

IMPALAS, Downey, CA

BOMBERS, Pomona, CA

MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA

SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island, IL

NITEHAWKS, Long Beach, CA

SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia, PA

L & L HUSTLERS, Hawthorne, CA

2011 DON SCOTT

LA TAPATIA, El Paso, TX

2012 LUCAS MATA

COMETS, Burbank, CA

JETS, Lakewood, CA

PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City, AZ

MOST TIMES AS OUTSTANDING PITCHER 5 LEROY ZIMMERMAN, 1950, 1952, 1955, 1959, 1960 4 DARREN ZACK, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2000 3 VIRGIL JONES, 1952, 1953, 1954 JACK RANDALL, 1956, 1957, 1958 JIMMY MOORE, 1985, 1986, 1990 GERALD MUIZELAAR, 2001, 2003, 2004 TODD MARTIN, 1996, 1998, 2008

1965 RICHIE STEPHEN 1966 K G FINCHER 1967 JIM SPERRY 1968 ART BUNGE

1969 TY STOFFLET 1970 DON SARNO

1971 PAUL LOPEZ 1972 ED BENTLEY

1973 ED KLECKER

1974 JACK VAN VOORST

2005 KORREY GAREAU

2006 ANDREW KIRKPATRICK 2007 KORREY GAREAU 2008 TODD MARTIN

2009 ADAM FOLKARD 2010 ADAM FOLKARD

JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis, ON

PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg, PA

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LEADING HITTERS Year Player 1947 BOB ADAMS 1948 DELMAR WADE 1949 DAVE LOTT 1950 BILL HEARD 1951 LARUE SAVAGE 1952 OLE OLSON 1953 JACK NEELEY 1954 ANDY BIBB 1955 DUDE AUSMUS 1956 PAUL HUMISTON 1957 TED REED

NATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS

Team AB H Pct. Phalanx, Phoenix, AZ Anderson Sporting Goods, Oklahoma City, OK 13 6 .462 Roundup Bar, Somerton, AZ 27 14 .519 Kings, Hanford, CA 21 9 .429 Colonials, Springfield, MO 13 6 .462 Double Seven, Phoenix, AZ 19 9 .474 B&B Freight, Tulsa, OK McGinnis, Phoenix, AZ 16 7 .438 Sapulpa Brick & Tile, Sapulpa, OK 16 9 .563 Mary Star All-Stars, San Pedro, CA 16 8 .500 Elks, Oxnard, CA 21 10 .476

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE Year Player 1951 CY PHELPS 1952 RIP SEWELL 1953 AL COTTI BILL DOTEN CLEO GOYETTE 1954 CLEO GOYETTE 1955 CHARLES FAZZONE 1956 PAUL SMITH 1957 CHARLIE TOPPERT

Team Robitaille Motors, Montreal, QC Primm Drug, Brownfield, TX Hoak Packers, Fresno, CA Skyraiders, US NAVY Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Future AC, New Castle, PA Barnes Store, Springfield, MO Elites, New Bedford, IL

AB H Pct. 14 9 .643 12 6 .500 18 9 .500 8 4 .500 12 6 .500 14 7 .500 12 7 .583 10 4 .400 18 8 .444

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS Year Player 1958 DICK BRUBAKER 1959 CLEO GOYETTE 1960 JERRY BRANSON 1961 DUDE AUSMUS 1962 JIM AVERSING 1963 JIM KENNEMER 1964 JOHN GROLLER 1965 FRANK TREJO 1966 BOB OSBORN NICK HOPKINS 1967 LARRY LUCHT 1968 LARRY LUCHT 1969 KEN CURRIE 1970 JOE SIEFRIED 1971 CHUCK CALDERA 1972 BOB WILLS 1973 DALE LEACH

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Team Hamm’s Beer, Rock Island, IL Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Lucky Lager, New Westminster, BC Dautrich Realty, El Paso, TX Hamm’s Beer, Rock Island, IL Sertoma Club, Tulsa, OK Patriots Club, Allentown, PA Bombers, Pomona, CA Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Merchants, Gardena, CA Der Wienerschnitzel, LaMesa, CA Hawks, Columbia, SC Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA L & L Hustlers, Hawthorne, CA Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA Manny’s, San Bernardino, CA

AB H Pct. 10 5 .500 14 6 .429 12 6 .500 14 7 .500 18 8 .444 10 4 .400 13 7 .538 23 13 .565 11 6 .545 11 6 .545 12 6 .500 15 8 .533 16 9 .563 10 5 .500 10 6 .600 15 7 .467 12 7 .583

LEADING HITTERS (cont’d) Year Player

INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS (cont’d)

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

WALT COUGHRAN FRANK DEBOIS AL GOLDBERG TOM SCOTT HICE STILES MARK BURRUP MIKE WEAVER JIM HUNT LARRY NOLAN MIKE BRANZ RANDY BECKSTEAD RICHIE KING BOB MOTT BO HALL CHAD CORCORAN TED HICKS KEITH PETERSON AVON MEACHAM JIM LOCKETT RANDY PECK TIM WAHL RICHIE PFAFF CLARK BOSCH TREVOR READING DAVE PAETKAU SCOTT COLLINS TOM MONTGOMERY COLIN ABBOTT GLENN LITTLEJOHN TODD KING PAUL WALFORD JODIE SCHNARR TERRY WALLIN MARTY BECKER JOHN SUDGES THOMAS MAKEA ADAM SMITH JOHN TSCHIDA JOHN WODTKE PAUL MONFILS TRENT RUBLEY RHYS CASLEY PHIL “SONNY” PERKINS GREGG GARRITY NICK SHAILES TYLER “TEX” LESSARD CHRIS MILJAVAC

2009 2010 2011 2012

TODD BUDKE JASON HILL CALEM GARDNER RHYS CASLEY DONNY HALE

Team

Schaefer-Smith Ins, Phoenix, AZ Knights, Lakewood, CO Barons, Lakewood, CA Pearl Beer, San Antonio, TX Jets, Lakewood, CA Grayson Realty, Idaho Falls, ID Tarrant Glass, Fort Worth, TX Miller Toyota, Salt Lake City, UT Kings, Camarillo, CA Hearts, Bloomington, IL Page Brake, Salt Lake City, UT Kings, Livingston, CA Coors Kings, Merced, CA Freeway Exxon, Willcox, AZ Pay ’n Pak, Seattle, WA Pride, Decatur, IL Universal Financial, Waterloo, IA Mrs. T’s Sunners, Reading, PA United Van Lines, St. Louis, MO Carp Valley Pride, Carp, ON Penn Corp, Sioux City, IA Class Walls, Whiteford, MD Canadian Tire, Owen Sound, ON Twins, Waterloo, ON Seafirst, Bellevue, WA Pabst/Barley Pop A’s, Minot, ND Pabst/Barley Pop A’s, Minot, ND All Car, Green Bay, WI Greensleeves, St. John’s, NFLD Irving 94s, Summerside PEI Smokers, Tampa, FL Merchants, Baltimore, MD Pride, Decatur, IL 51 Classics, Portage, WI Dolan & Murphy, Aurora, IL Broken Bow Travelers, Broken Bow, NE Waterloo Hallman Twins, Waterloo, ON Imaging Solutions Knights, Fargo, ND Frontier Casino, St. Joseph, MO Circle Tap Lumberjacks, Denmark, WI Calgary Diamonds, Calgary, AB Broken Bow Spirit, Amsterdam, NY Team Iowa, Des Moines, IA Keating’s Fitness Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA Townline, Green Bay, WI St. Thomas Evergreen Centennials, St. Thomas, ON Circle Tap, Denmark, WI California A’s, Salinas, CA The Farm Tavern, Madison, WI California A’s, Salinas, CA Chicago/NY Gremlins, New York City, NY Jarvis Travelers, Jarvis, ON

AB H Pct. 11 8 .727 17 11 .647 13 8 .615 13 8 .615 11 6 .545 11 6 .545 15 12 .800 20 12 .600 20 12 .600 12 6 .500 10 5 .500 14 10 .714 10 8 .800 10 6 .600 18 11 .611 22 11 .500 11 7 .636 11 7 .636 10 6 .600 10 6 .600 20 10 .500 12 6 .500 11 6 .545 11 6 .545 11 6 .545 14 7 .500 14 7 .500 18 9 .500 16 8 .500 10 5 .500 13 7 .538 12 7 .583 15 9 .600 16 11 .636 12 7 .583 18 11 .611 12 7 .583 13 8 .615 10 6 .600 10 6 .600 23 12 .522 23 12 .522 15 9 .600 12 8 .667 18 12 .667 12 8 .667

14 8 .571 13 7 .538 13 7 .538 13 7 .538 10 6 .600 19 11 .579

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RBI LEADERS YEAR RBI PLAYER 1989 6 RANDY BURNSIDE SCOTT CHRISTENSEN JODY HENNIGAR SHAWN RYCHCIK 1990 9 MIKE PARNOW 1991 10 ERIC ISENHART 1992 8 BOOMER BRUSH JODY HENNIGAR 1993 10 SCOTT COLLINS 1994 9 DON BURNETT 1995 11 ADAM SMITH 1996 14 COLIN ABBOTT 1997 11 KEVIN BOBROSKE 1998 15 STEVE PRICE 1999 8 DOUG CHASE 2000 10 THOMAS MAKEA 2001 14 DONNY HALE 2002 11 THOMAS MAKEA DARREN BOX 2003 10 JODY EIDT DEAN HOLOIEN JARRAD MARTIN BRIAN NEVEAU 2004 15 JODY EIDT 2005 11 COLIN ABBOTT PATRICK SHANNON 2006 10 GREGG GARRITY 2007 15 DAN SKILLINGS 2008 10 JEFF GOOLAGONG 2009 6 DEAN HOLOIEN BLAIR EZEKIEL EDUARDO LEONARDO 2010 8 JAMIE BOYD 2011 9 KRIS WAVERICK DANIEL ALSTAT 2012 17 DONNY HALE

TEAM PENN CORP, Sioux City, IA HAPPY CHEF, Mankato, MN TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids, IA SOFTBALL CLUB, New Martinsville, WV GUANELLA BROS, Rohnert Park, CA EXPLORERS, Midland, MI BOMBERS, Clearwater, FL BOMBERS, Clearwater, FL PABST/BARLEY POP A’s, Minot, ND GATORS, Toronto, ON GATORS, Toronto, ON ALL-CAR ROADRUNNERS, Green Bay, WI LEGENDS, Victoria, BC HEFLIN GREMLINS, Ballston Lake, NY LEGENDS, Victoria, BC TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE COUNTY CLASSICS, Portage, WI TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE TRAVELERS, Broken Bow, NE BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY CIRCLE TAP, Denmark, WI BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI KEATING’S FITNESS CENTER, Wilkes-Barre, PA INNERKIP EAGLES, Innerkip, ON THE FARM TAVERN, Madison, WI KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener, ON DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Santo Domingo, DR SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare, ON SILVERHAWKS, Bakersfield, CA PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah, IL JARVIS TRAVELERS, JARVIS, ON

KEVIN HERLIHY MEMORIAL NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2007 WAYNE LAULU TOWNLINE, Green Bay, WI 2008 JUSTIN DAUVIN THUNDER, Horse Lake, AB 2009 ANDREW BLACKSHAW THE BAR OF APPLETON, Appleton, WI 2010 JAMIE BOYD SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare, ON 2011 DONNELLY ARCHIBALD TORONTO GATORS, Toronto, ON 2012 JUSTIN ZIMMERMAN SAFARI SWASHBUCKLERS, Staten Island, NY

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PLAYERS SELECTED TO ALL-WORLD TEAMS FIVE OR MORE TIMES Date: January, 2012

Nr Player HOF 16 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Cleo * Goyette, Sorenson, Mark

X X White, Stan X Abbott, Colin X Rychcik, Shawn X Shannon, Patrick White, Michael X Wolfe, Ryan Zimmerman, Leroy X Martin, Todd Piechnik, Mike X Zack, Darren X Kernaghan, Marty X Muizelaar, Gerald Wahl, Tim X Brubaker, Dick X Hale, Donny Meredith, Peter X Randall, Jack X Silvas, Larry X Ausmus, Dude X Budke, Todd X Corcoran, Chad X Delarwelle, Chris Eidt, Jody Gareau, Korrey Haney, Les X Holoien, Dean Humiston, Paul X Kirkpatrick, Andrew Law, Kenny X Makea, Thomas Martie, Brian X Martin, Jarrad Stephen, Richie X Woods, Clyde X Algar, Paul X Aversing, Jim X Boyer, Bill X Britton, Hal X Burrup, Brad X Challis, Terry Chase, Doug X Dobereiner, Gary X Hennigar, Jody X Herlihy, Kevin X Herron, Clint X Kennemer, James X Mackintosh, Keith Magan, Paul X Mata, Lucas Rona, Brad Schott, Steve Shailes, Nick Smith, Adam X Stofflet, Ty X

Total: 54 First Selected 1952 1987 1951 1994 1989 2001 1984 2000 1950 1994 1985 1992 1984 1999 1987 1958 2000 1982 1951 1955 1955 2001 1981 1997 1998 1997 1948 2001 1954 2004 1948 1999 1987 1999 1956 1947 1991 1958 1985 1950 1983 1993 1990 1962 1987 1979 1951 1957 1991 1979 2003 2008 1993 2007 1994 1967

Last Selected 1963 2004 1963 2009 2004 2012 2004 2011 1960 2008 2000 2004 1995 2012 2000 1980 2012 2001 1959 1963 1962 2011 1987 2008 2009 2008 1955 2011 1960 2011 1955 2009 2000 2007 1967 1957 2003 1964 1995 1955 1993 2002 2000 1968 2001 1986 1959 1964 2008 1990 2012 2012 1999 2011 2003 1992

Goyette was named both ISC and NSC All World in 1953 through 1957, * Cleo so he made ISC All World 11 times and NSC 5 times.

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The ISC World Tournament in Photos

Hill United’s Mark Johnson tracks down a hit 18-year-old Kiwi Brad Worsley may be the next big New Zealand star

Toronto Gators’ Donnelly Archibald drives a ball Among the best newcomers at the 2012 ISC World Tournament was the Toronto Gators Justin Schofield

Pueblo Bandits’ Dan Camacho, 11, and Cliff Wisdom track down a loose ball

Jim Pecoraro of Pete’s Blues slides hard into third

Photos by Hackettball Photography, hackettball.sharepoint.com

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1975-PRESENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WINNING AND LOSING PITCHERS Year

Winning Team

Winning Pitcher

Birth Country

1975

1- Game

Long Beach CA Nitehawks

Bob Todd

USA

1976

1st Game

St. Paul MN All- American Bar

Darwin Tolzin

USA

2nd Game

St. Paul MN All- American Bar

Darwin Tolzin

USA

1977

1- Game

Reno NV Reno Toyota

Bob Gregory

USA

1978

1- Game

Oklahoma City OK Atlee’s Carpet

Tom Tipton

USA

1979

1st Game

Long Beach CA Nitehawks

Darwin Tolzin

USA

2nd Game

Saginaw MI Bolters

Kevin Herlihy

NZ

1980

1- Game

Aurora IL Home Savings & Loan

Alan Colglazier

USA

1981

1- Game

Camarillo CA Kings

Mark Smith

Canada

1982

1- Game

Camarillo CA Kings

Andy Konopacki

Canada

1983

1st Game

St. Louis MO Budweiser Kings

Peter Finn

Canada

2nd Game

Lancaster CA Chameleons

Kevin Herlihy

NZ

1984

1- Game

Decatur IL ADM

Brent Stevenson

NZ

1985

1st Game

Decatur IL ADM

Brent Stevenson

NZ

2nd Game

Seattle WA Pay ‘N’ Pak

Jimmy Moore

USA

1986

1- Game

Seattle WA Pay ‘N’ Pak

Jimmy Moore

USA

1987

1- Game

Cedar Rapids IA Teleconnect

Michael White

NZ

1988

1st Game

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Paul Magan

NZ

2nd Game

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Jimmy Seaman

NZ

1989

1- Game

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Peter Sandman

USA

1990

1st Game

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Jimmy Seaman

NZ

2nd Game

Bellevue WA Seafirst Bank

Jimmy Moore

USA

1991

1- Game

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Doug Middleton

USA

1992

1- Game

Sioux City IA NHCD

Michael White

NZ

1993

1st Game

Toronto ON Gators

Darren Zack

Canada

2nd Game

Toronto ON Gators

Darren Zack

Canada

1994

1- Game

Green Bay WI All-Car

Russell Cooper

NZ

1995

1st Game

Toronto ON Gators

Darren Zack

Canada

2nd Game

Toronto ON Gators

Darren Zack

Canada

1996

1- Game

Tampa Bay FL Smokers

Todd Martin

Canada

1997

1- Game

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Paul Algar

NZ

1998

1- Game

Tampa Bay FL Smokers

Darren Zack

Canada

1999

1- Game

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Paul Algar

NZ

2000

1- Game

Decatur IL Pride

Michael White

NZ

2001

1- Game

Broken Bow NE Travelers

Gerald Muizelaar

Canada

2002

1- Game

St. Joseph MO Frontier Casino Players

Michael White

NZ

2003

1- Game

Amsterdam NY Broken Bow Spirit

Gerald Muizelaar

Canada

2004

1- Game

Amsterdam NY Broken Bow Spirit

Gerald Muizelaar

Canada

2005

1- Game

Marathon WI County Materials

Andrew Kirkpatrick

Australia

2006

1- Game

Marathon WI County Materials

Andrew Kirkpatrick

Australia

2007

1- Game

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Korrey Gareau

Canada

2008

1- Game

Kitchener ON Rivershark Twins

Frank Cox

Canada

2009

1- Game

Kitchener ON Rivershark Twins

Dean Holoien

Canada

2010

1- Game

Jarvis ON Travelers

Andrew Phibbs

Canada

2011

1- Game

Jarvis ON Travelers

Don Scott

Canada

2012

1- Game

Jarvis ON Travelers

Paul Koert

Canada

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1975-PRESENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WINNING AND LOSING PITCHERS (cont’d) Losing Team

Losing Pitcher

Birth Country

Phoenix AZ Pages Raiders

Gil Aragon

USA

Lakewood CA Jets

Ed Bentley

USA

Lakewood CA Jets

Bob Wills

USA

Long Beach CA Nitehawks

John Henderson

USA

Phoenix AZ Pages SSA Insurance

Bob Hullender

USA

Saginaw MI Bolters

Kevin Herlihy

NZ

Long Beach CA Nitehawks

Carey Weiler

USA

Phoenix AZ 7th AvenueAuto Parts

Jay Bob Bickford

USA

Tulsa OK Firebirds

Bob Childress

USA

Bakersfield CA Dave Frye Plastering

Paul Magon

NZ

Lancaster CA Chameleons

Kevin Herlihy

NZ

St. Louis MO Budweiser Kings

Peter Finn

Canada

Bakersfield CA Ed Smith Welding

Paul Magan

NZ

Seattle WA Pay ‘N’ Pak

Virgil Harstead

USA

Decatur IL ADM

Brent Stevenson

NZ

Lakewood CA Chameleons

Kevin Herlihy

NZ

Decatur IL Pride

Marty Hamilton

NZ

Lexington MO Harold’s Supermarkets

Doud Middleton

USA

Lexington MO Harold’s Supermarkets

Robert Newhart

USA

Rohnert Park CA Guanella Brothers

Chubb Tangaroa

NZ

Bellevue WA Seafirst Bank

Jimmy Moore

USA

Sioux City IA Penn Corp

Jimmy Seaman

NZ

Owen Sound ON Canadian Tire

Brad Underwood

Canada

Victoria BC Payless

Mike Piechnik

Canada

Sioux City IA NHCD

Marty Grant

NZ

Sioux City IA NHCD

Mike Piechnik

Canada

Toronto ON Gators

Brad Baker

Canada

Salt Lake City UT Larry Miller Toyota

Peter Meredith

NZ

Salt Lake City UT Larry Miller Toyota

Peter Meredith

NZ

Green Bay WI All-Car

Michael White

NZ

Victoria BC Legends

Korrey Gareau

Canada

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Paul Algar

NZ

Broken Bow NE Travelers

Mike Piechnik

Canada

Broken Bow NE Travelers

Rob Schweyer

Canada

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Todd Martin

Canada

Broken Bow NE Travelers

Rob Schweyer

Canada

Marathon WI County Materials

Darren Zack

Canada

Marathon WI County Materials

Darren Zack

Canada

Madison WI The Farm Tavern

Paul Algar

NZ

New York City NY Patsy’s

Gerald Muizelaar

Canada

Palms Springs CA Casa Trejo So Cal Bombers

Lucas Mata

Argentina

Saskatoon SK Aspen Interiors

Dean Holoien

Canada

Broken Bow NE Patsy’s

Adam Folkard

Australia

Kitchener ON Rivershark Twins

Don Scott

Canada

New York City NY Chicago/NY Gremlins

Andrew Kirkpatrick

Australia

Six Nations, ON Hill United Chiefs

Adam Folkard

Australia

Statistics and data compiled by ISC Statistician Gary Baughman

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ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

This section is an alphabetical list of the players selected to the all-star teams of the ISC’s annual World Tournament. Until 1975, the all-star team was called the All-American Team. The designation was changed to ALL-World Team in 1976. Before 1978, only one all-tournament team was selected annually. Since 1978, two all-star teams have been chosen each year. Players elected to the All-American teams of the National Softball Congress, 1947-1957, are designated with initials ( NSC ). During the period, 1951-1957, some players were named to both the NSC and ISL All-American teams. ( HOF ) indicates Hall of Fame player. (**) Designates a 2nd team All-World Selection A_______________________________________________ ABBOTT, COLIN 1994 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1996 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1997 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 1999 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2000 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2005 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2006 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2007 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2009 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** ABBOTT, JAMES 1952 U MURRELL FURNITURE, Lubbock TX 1954 IF LIONS, Lorenzo TX ABTS, LARRY 1978 P TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI ADAM, PAUL 1987 OF COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL** ADAMS, BOB 1947 IF PHALANX FRATURNITY, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1948 IF CLARK SMITH AUTOS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) ADAMS, VANCE 1948 U CLARK SMITH AUTOS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1950 OF DEAL MOTORS, El Paso TX (NSC) AGNEW, MARK 1982 C HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1986 C COORS SILVER BULLETTS, Aurora IL** 1988 C ALLSTEEL, Aurora IL** AGUIRRE, MICKEY 1947 IF PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego CA (NSC) ALBERTSON, MARTY 1988 IF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO** 1990 IF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO ALDECOA, RAMON 1974 C TURQUOISE KINGS, Kingman AZ ALGAR, LOREN 1982 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** ALGAR, PAUL ( HOF - 2012 ) 1991 P COLONIAL BAKING, Aurora IL** 1997 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1998 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1999 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2003 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI ALLEN, DON 1949 IF BLUEBONNET LAUNDRY, Lubbock TX (NSC) ALLENA, RAY 1979 OF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Santa Rosa CA** ALSTAT, DANIEL 2011 C PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL ALVEY, BRETT 1992 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** ALVEY, VAUGHN 1980 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** AMOS, JOHN 1957 IF TRIMMERS, Whittier CA (NSC) ANDREWS, STEVE 1982 IF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1986 IF TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA** ARAGON, GIL ( HOF - 1992 ) 1971 P TALLY-PAGE, Phoenix AZ 1973 P PAGE’S RAIDERS, Phoenix AZ 1974 P PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City AZ 1975 P SOUTHERN TRUCK RAIDERS, Sun City AZ ARNOLD, LES 1955 OF BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL 1957 OF BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL ATCHISON, BUD 1951 OF ROBITAILLE MOTORS, Montreal QB ATKINSON, RAY 1996 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI

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AUGERHOLE, HERMAN 1981 IF FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK** AURIN, BOB 1978 OF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA AUSMUS, DUDE ( HOF - 1987 ) 1955 OF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1956 U SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1957 IF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1960 OF SERTORA CLUB, Tulsa OK 1961 OF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1962 OF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX AUSMUS, DUTCH ( HOF - 1989 ) 1957 U SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa, OK (NSC) 1961 IF MANNING-MAXWELL-MOORE, Tulsa OK 1963 IF SERTONA CLUB, Tulsa OK AVERSING, JIM ( HOF - 1993 ) 1958 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1961 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1962 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island Il 1963 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1964 OF ARGUS, Rock Island IL AVILA, JOE 1972 IF COWBOYS, Clovis CA 1974 IF COWBOYS, Clovis CA AVERY, TOM 2012 OF PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA ** B_______________________________________________ BADOVINAC, DAVE 1992 IF PAYLESS, Victoria BC 1997 IF LEGENDS, Victoria BC** BAGNELL, NORMAN 1956 P TONY’S REFRESHMENTS, Oshawa ON BAILOR, KEN 1988 OF NOTHDURFT TOOLS, Detroit MI** BAKEY, TOM 1996 P HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN** BALL, CLARENCE 1978 ATLEE’S CARPETS, Oklahoma City OK BARRETT, HARRY 1970 OF SOUTHEASTERN SAW, Houston TX BARRON, BOB 1988 OF ALLSTEEL, Aurora IL BASARABA, JOEY 1997 P LUMBER KINGS, Prince George BC** BATEMAN, MIKE 2012 IF NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls, ON** BATISTA, RAY 1978 OF JETS, Las Vegas NV BAUER, JERRY 1990 OF KENT FEEDS, Waterloo IA** BAUGHN, TUG 1956 OF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK 1967 IF PHILLIPS 66, Bartlesville OK BAUMGARTNER, DAN 1994 IF STOVER DELIVERY, Jefferson City MO BEAN, CROCKETT 1954 IF PHILLIPS 66, Bartlesville OK (NSC) BEAN, DON 1980 DH FORTY-FIVES, Houston TX BEANE, KYLE 1998 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 2002 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI 2007 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** BEAVERS, SAM ( HOF - 1985 ) 1975 P TARRANT GLASS, Fort Worth TX BECKER, JOHN 1994 C ALL CAR, Green Bay WI BECKER, MARTY 1998 OF 51 CLASSICS, Portage WI

ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

BECKNELL, WHITEY 1949 C KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1950 C KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) BEDFORD, DAVID 1979 IF BOLTERS, Saginaw MI BELL, JEFF 1999 IF RIVER CITY RAGE, Peoria IL** BENALLICK, DAN 1980 C PEACH KINGS, Grimsby ON BENDER, DARRELL 1988 P ALLSTEEL, Aurora IL** BENGSTON, BING 1950 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) 1951 U HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA BENNETT, BOB 1965 IF BOMBERS, Pomona CA BENTLEY, ED 1972 P COMETS, Burbank CA BEVINGTON, LEFTY 1948 OF CLARK SMITH AUTO, Phoenix AZ (NSC) BIBBS, ANDY 1954 U MCGINNIS EQUIPMENT, Phoenix AZ (NSC) BICKFORD, JAY BOB ( HOF - 1999 ) 1974 P TURQUOISE KINGS, Kingman AZ 1980 P 7TH AVENUE AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix AZ BINGNELL, DICK 1967 IF PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown PA BINKLEY, DAN 1985 C ADM, Decatur IL** 1987 C DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL BIRDSALL, TERRY 1970 C L & L HUSTLERS, Hawthorne CA 1971 C JETS, Lakewood CA BITTOR, NICOLAS 2011 IF MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN** BLACKSTONE, CHARLES 1953 IF NAVAL AIR STATION, Barbers Point HI BLAKE, JAMES 1992 IF GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA** 1995 IF GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA BLAKLEY, BOB 1990 OF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO 1995 OF TRAVELERS, Topeka KS 2000 OF DAVENPORT HEATING & COOLING, Kansas City KS** BLAKLEY, CHARLES 1984 OF WALNUT WOODS, St. Joseph MO BLANLEIL, ANDRE 1988 OF PAYLESS, Victoria BC BLASI, TIM 1991 IF MIDWEST GMC TRUCK & VAN, St. Louis MO BLETCHER, BILL 1947 OF HAROLD’S CLUB, Reno NV (NSC) BOBROSKE, KEVIN 1997 IF LEGENDS, Victoria BC BODASHEFSKY, LARRY ( HOF - 1997 ) 1979 OF MOTOR CARRIERS, Oshawa ON** 1984 OF KING FARMS, Owen Sound ON** 1987 OF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON 1988 OF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON** BOENDER, JIM ( HOF - 1986 ) 1955 P BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL 1957 P BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL 1959 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL BOHN, STEVE 1988 OF EXPLORERS, Midland MI BOLTON, MIKE 1981 IF FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK BOMAR, BOB 1962 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1963 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA BOOM, CHAD 1999 DH MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 2002 IF RICHARDS WOOD PRODUCTS, Geneva MN** 2006 IF KEGEL BLACK KNIGHT, Fargo ND** BOOSTROM, BOOTS 1957 OF BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL BOSCH, CLARK 1992 OF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON**

BOX, DARREN 2001 C TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2002 C TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2003 C BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2009 DH ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK** BOYD, JAIME 2010 IF SHAKESPEARE FALCONS, Shakespeare ON** BOYCE, JEFF 1983 P DOME PETROLEUM, Calgary AB 1984 P ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB** 1985 P ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB BOYER, BILL 1956 OF BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL BOYER, BILL ( HOF - 2003 ) 1985 OF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA 1990 OF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1991 OF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1994 OF GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA** 1995 OF GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA BOYS, DAVID ( HOF - 2013 ) 2000 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2005 IF SMOKERS, Calgary ON BRANCHARD, MARK 1999 DH AMSTERDAM SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY BRANSON, JERRY 1960 OF LUCKY LAGER, New Westminster BC BRAWNER, JIM 1947 OF FARM FRESH MARKETS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) BRANZ, MIKE 1982 DH HEARTS, Bloomington IL BRESKOVICH, BEN 1967 OF M & M CHARTERS, Lakewood CA BRITTON, HAL ( HOF - 2008 ) 1950 C HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) 1952 C HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1953 C HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1954 C HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1955 C KINGS, Hanford CA BROWN, JOE 1955 U REYNOLDS, Arlington TX BROZOVICH, BOB 1971 OF SPENCER’S SPORTING GOODS,Englewood CO BRUBAKER, DICK ( HOF - 1984 ) 1958 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1959 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1962 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1963 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1966 P DISCO BOMBERS, Rock Island IL 1968 P BOMBERS, Rock Island IL 1980 P HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL BRUSCO, MICKEY 1982 OF GRAY’S CRANE, Canby OR** BRUSH, BOOMER 1997 OF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL 1998 DH TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL** 2004 DH CALGARY DIAMONDS, Calgary AB** BRYEN, JOSH 1999 OF EXPRESS, Marshalltown IA BUCKLEY, BILL 1949 P KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1950 P KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) BUDKE, TODD ( HOF - 2012 ) 2001 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2002 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2004 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2006 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2009 IF TAYLOR FARMS CALIFORNIA A’S, Salinas CA 2011 DH CALIFORNIA A’S, Bakersfield CA** BUNGE, ART 1968 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA BURDULLIS, JACK 1957 U ELKS, Oxnard CA (NSC) BURKHARDT, NORB 1948 IF ACME GLASS, Cincinnati OH (NSC) BURKHART, JOHNNY 1948 IF MERCHANTS, Taft CA (NSC) BURNETT, DON 1994 DH GATORS, Toronto ON**

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ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

BURNHAM, AL 1987 IF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON** 1988 IF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON** 1991 IF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON BURNSIDE, RANDY ( HOF - 2005 ) 1986 DH PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA BURRUP, BRAD ( HOF - 2001 ) 1983 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1985 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 1989 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1990 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1993 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** BURRUP, MARK 1981 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT BUTLER, ROY 1948 OF BLUEBONNET LAUNDRY, Lubbock TX BYRNE, TYSON 2009 IF PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO** 1989 C PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 OF NHCD, Sioux City IA** 1995 C GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA** C_______________________________________________ CAHOON, JERRY 1949 IF ROUNDUP BAR, Somerton AZ (NSC) CAMERON, BILL 1980 OF SOFTBALL CLUB, Johnstown PA** CAMPBELL, DICK 1981 IF BOMBERS, Oceanside CA** CANTIENY, PAUL 1953 U ELKS, Bakersfield CA (NSC) CAPPS, STEVE 1983 OF JETS, Lakewood CA** CAPUTO, ROSS 1983 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT CARLSGAARD, TED 1952 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1953 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA CARRITHERS, JIM 1985 OF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue CA CASHMAN, GREG 1978 OF ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St PAUL MN CASLEY, RHYS 2004 IF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2005 IF BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow NE 2011 IF CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City NY CASSELLS, KEVIN 2004 IF BRIGHT CHEESE HOUSE EAGLES, Innerkip ON CASSELMAN, BRUCE 1993 C GATORS, Toronto ON** 1994 C GATORS, Toronto ON CHABOT, FRED 1989 IF TRANS AIRE VANS, Elkhart IN** CHALLIS, TERRY 1993 OF GATORS, Toronto ON 1994 OF GATORS, Toronto ON 2000 OF AMSTERDAM SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2001 OF AMSTERDAM SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2002 OF AMSTERDAM SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY CHAMBERS, BUTCH ( HOF - 2002 ) 1971 C TALLY-PAGE, Phoenix AZ 1974 C PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City AZ 1975 C SOUTHERN TRUCK RAIDERS, Sun City AZ CHAMPLIN, VIC 1951 P WELLS MOTORS, Greeley CO CHARF, GARY 1974 OF TURQUOISE KINGS CHASE, DOUG ( HOF - 2008 ) 1990 C PAYLESS, Victoria BC** 1992 C PAYLESS, Victoria BC** 1997 C LEGENDS, Victoria BC** 1999 C LEGENDS, Victoria BC 2000 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI CHRISTENSEN, SCOTT 1984 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN** 1989 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN 1995 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN** CHURCH, ROYAL 1962 P VALPO KINGS, Valparaiso IN

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CLARK, JIM 1983 OF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA 1989 IF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA 1991 OF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA CLARKSON, DARRELL 1989 OF PAYLESS, Victoria BC** 1990 OF PAYLESS, Victoria BC** CLEARY, SEAN 2010 P PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA 2012 P JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON CLEVERLY, GARY 1976 U FMA, Salt Lake City UT CLIMENHAGA, JIM 2009 C DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK** COBOS, EDDIE 1957 OF ELKS, Oxnard CA (NSC) COBOS, VIC 1969 OF HAYS ROOFING, Phoenix AZ 1970 OF SCHAEFFER-SMITH-ANKENEY, Phoenix AZ COGGINS, JIM 1969 IF SPENCER’S SPORTING GOODS, Englewood CO COLEMAN, DERRECK 1999 P NEW YORK, Amsterdam NY COLGLAZIER, ALAN ( HOF - 1994 ) 1980 P HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1983 P AZTEC LAND, Pueblo CO** 1986 P SUNS, Pueblo CO** COLLINS, SCOTT 1993 C PABST/BARLEY POP A’S, Minot ND COOK, GARETH 2003 IF FEDLOCK FALCONS, Washington DC** COOK, KEVIN 1974 IF HAYS ROOFING, Phoenix AZ CORCORAN, CHAD ( HOF - 1998 ) 1981 IF KINGS, Camarillo CA 1982 IF KINGS, Camarillo CA 1983 IF KINGS, Camarillo CA 1985 IF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** 1986 IF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA 1987 IF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** CORK, MIKE 1991 IF COLONIAL BAKING, Aurora IL** COSTA, BOBBY 1955 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) COTTER, JIM 1983 DH KINGS, Camarillo CA COTTI, AL ( HOF - 1972 ) 1951 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1952 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1953 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA COUGHRAN, WALT 1978 IF SCHAEFER-SMITH-ANKENEY, Phoenix AZ COURT, BOB 1990 IF PAYLESS, Victoria BC** CRAGE, PHIL 1952 OF NAVAL AIR STATION, Barbers Point MI CRAMER, DALE 1965 IF ARGUS, Rock Island IL CRAWFORD, CRAIG 1999 C TWINS, Waterloo ON 2002 C HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON** CRAWFORD, GREG 2004 OF CALGARY DIAMONDS, Calgary AB 2008 OF ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK** CRAWFORD, MIKE 1998 P THUNDER, Scarborough ON CRONKRIGHT, DAN 1991 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI 1993 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI 1994 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 1995 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI CRUMM, BILL 1971 IF TALLY-PAGE, Phoenix AZ 1974 IF PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City AZ CURRIE, KEN 1969 OF HAWKS, Columbia SC CURTISS, RAY 1950 U WELLS MOTORS, Greeley CO (NSC)

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D_______________________________________________ DAMBROSIO, RENO 2003 OF SELECTS, Owen Sound ON** DANGLIES, JOHN 1964 IF IMPALAS, Downey CA DANIELS, ED ( HOF - 2004 ) 1972 C COWBOYS, Clovis CA 1973 C COWBOYS, Clovis CA 1976 C SAL WINCHELL’S DONUTS, Fresno CA D’ARCY, CHUCK 1979 P GUANELLA BROTHERS, Santa Rosa CA** DARLING, MATT 2005 OF ALBAUGH INC, Albaugh IA 2009 OF ALBAUGH INC, Albaugh IA** DAUVIN, JUSTIN 2008 OF HORSE LAKE THUNDER, Horse Lake AB** DAVIES, RON 1989 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, New Martinsville WV DAVIS, GLENN 1994 P PAINTERS, Long Beach CA** DAVIS, TRAVIS 2005 C ALBAUGH INC, Elkhart IA** DAY, DARRYL 1980 IF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1984 IF ADM, Decatur IL** DEAN, RALPH 1952 IF BARTLETT-COLLINS GLASS, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1954 U BERRY CARTER PLUMBING, Tulsa OK (NSC) DEASON, JAMES 1956 IF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) DE BELLEVAL, BRAD 2010 OF HICKSON REDS, Hickson ON** DEBOIS, FRANK 1975 OF KNIGHTS, Englewood CO DEETER, RAY 1956 IF NAVAL SHIP YARD, Long Beach CA 1956 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) DEFAZIO, STEVE 1989 C GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA** 1990 C GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA DEGROAT, FRANK 2006 C PATSY’S OF NEW YORK, New York City NY 2007 C PATSY’S OF NEW YORK, New York City NY** 2012 C PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA DELANEY, MIKE 1989 OF TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA DELARWELLE, CHRIS 1997 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 1998 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1999 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2003 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI 2004 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI 2008 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI DENHAM, RED 1950 P GULF OILERS, Crane TX (NSC) DENSON, TIM 1975 IF TARRENT GLASS, Ft. Worth TX DEUTSCH, SCOTT 2001 IF IMAGING SOLUTIONS KNIGHTS, Fargo ND** DEWALL, AL 1976 P ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN DEWULF, AL 1959 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL DEY, KEN 1980 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT DELOACH, BILL 1951 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) 1952 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) DELORIT, DENNY 1976 IF TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI 1988 DH PENN CORP, Sioux City IA DICKEY, GERRY 1983 IF DOME PETROLEUM, Calgary AB** 1985 IF REMPEL CONSTRUCTION, Saskatoon SK** DIJAK, MATT 1982 OF BOLTERS, Saginaw MI DILLEY, MARK 1969 IF KOPPER-SCHRADER FORD, Dubuque IA

DIRKS, DALE 1988 IF MERCHANTS, Camrose AB DOBEREINER, GARY ( HOF - 2000 ) 1962 OF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1964 OF ARGUS, Rock Island IL 1966 OF DISCO BOMBERS, Rock Island IL 1967 OF HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL 1968 OF BOMBERS, Rock Island IL DOHOGNE, RICK 1993 DH DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** DOMINGUEZ, TED 1981 DH BOMBERS, Oceanside CA DONNAN, DAVE 1988 DH NAVA BROTHERS, Hayward CA** DONOHUE, STEVE 1981 OF MIDWEST GALLERY, Cedar Rapids IA** DOSTALL, FRITZ 1953 C HOLLOMAN AFB, Alamogordo NM (NSC) DOTEN, W.G. 1953 IF SKYRAIDERS, US Navy South Pacific DOUCETTE, FRANK 1959 IF COMETS, Culver City CA 1966 IF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA DOUGLASS, RON 1986 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach** DOWNES, TERRY 1996 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI DREW, MIKE 1982 IF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL DRYER, MIKE 2000 OF MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO 2001 IF FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph MO DUERDEN, BUTCH 1983 C JETS, Lakewood CA** DUGGER, CLAYTON ( HOF - 1978 ) 1952 P SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) DUNKIRKEN, HERMAN 1973 P COWBOYS, Clovis CA DUTTON, JOHN 1978 C SCHAEFFER-SMITH-ANKENEY, Phoenix AZ DYE, MARK 1993 OF PAINTERS, Long Beach CA** E_______________________________________________ EAKIN, GORDON 1993 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT EARLYWINE, EHREN 1999 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** EBERLY, JIM 1974 IF PERRY TRANSFER, Denver CO ECKERT, DENNIS 1986 OF ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB** 1997 OF SAWYER SEWING CENTRE, Victoria BC** EDWARDS, BOB 1983 IF RAY BRISTOW, Portland OR** EGAN, TIM 1978 IF ALL-AMERICAN, St. Paul MN EGE, JOHN ( HOF - 1996 ) 1986 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1988 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1989 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA EIDT, JODY 1998 IF SELECTS, Owen Sound ON 2003 IF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY 2004 IF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2005 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2009 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON ELIAS, RICK 1997 OF LEGENDS, Victoria BC** ELLESTAD, JESSE 1995 IF DUKES, Denmark WI** ELLIS, CECIL 1952 U SOFTBALL CLUB, CALVERT TX (NSC) ELLSWORTH, JEFF 2002 OF MANITOBA WES-MAN ALLIANCE, Winnipeg MB** 2005 OF KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND** 2012 OF HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON **

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ENOKA, BEN 2011 OF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON ERICKSON, BRUCE 1978 IF TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI ERIKSEN, KEN 1992 C BOMBERS, Clearwater FL EVANS, SCOTT 1995 P EXPLORERS, Midland MI** EXUM, DANA 1954 P CONDERS, Dinuba CA EZEKIEL, BLAIR 2009 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2010 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2012 IF NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY EZEKIEL, BRAD 2011 OF CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City NY** 2012 OF HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON F_______________________________________________ FARUZZI, DOM 1949 OF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) FAZZONE, CHARLES 1955 OF FUTURE ATHLETIC CLUB, New Castle PA FEHRMAN, IAN 2008 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2010 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2011 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2012 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON FEIGNER, EDDIE 1953 P FISHER-NESS PONTIAC, Ogden UT (NSC) FERCH, DENNY 1971 OF LUX CLUB, Dubuque IA FERGUSON, CHAD 2004 OF PLANNGER’S FURNITURE, Benton Harbor MI** FERGUSON, DENNIS 1977 OF TURQUOISE KINGS, Prescott AZ FERRERO, LOU 1949 OF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1951 OF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) FILLMORE, DOUG 1991 C MIDLAND EXPLORERS, Midland, MI** FINCHER, K. G. ( HOF - 1986 ) 1963 P MERCHANTS, Gardena, CA 1964 P MERCHANTS, Gardena CA 1966 P MERCHANTS, Gardena CA FINN, PETER ( HOF - 2005 ) 1981 P VALLEY MECHANICAL, Midland MI 1983 P BUDWEISER KINGS, St. Louis MO FJELLAND, BEN 2007 C ALBAUGH INC, Elkhart IA** FLORY, JERRY ( HOF - 1999 ) 1970 OF L & L Hustlers, Hawthorne CA 1972 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1973 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1975 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA FOLKARD, ADAM 2006 P PATSY’S, New York City NY 2009 P BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow NE 2010 P JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2012 P HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON FORD, GLEN 1998 C NEW JERSEY WINDMILLERS, Westfield NJ** FORGRAVE, FRANK 1997 DH HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY** FOWLER, DWAYNE 2005 C TEAM RAINEY, Whittier, CA** FOXTON, LARRY 1980 IF PEACH KINGS, Grimsby ON** FRANCIS, LEONARD 1950 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) FRAZIER, DON ( HOF - 1995 ) 1971 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1972 OF COMETS, Burbank CA 1973 OF JETS, Lakewood CA FUCHS, TED 1951 U HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1954 OF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA FULLER, JOHN 1977 IF BOMBERS, Vista CA

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G_______________________________________________ GANTON, DAVE 1988 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI GARCIA, BEN 1982 IF KNIGHTS, Pueblo CO** GARCIA, TODD 1996 C DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 1998 C TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL GARDNER, CALEM 2010 OF CALIFORNIA A’S, Salinas CA GAREAU, KORREY 1997 P LEGENDS, Victoria BC 2001 P SMOKERS, New York City NY** 2005 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2006 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2007 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI GARNER, JAMES 1978 IF ATLEE’S CARPETS, Oklahoma OK GARRITY, GREGG 2006 DH KEATING’S FITNESS CENTER, Wilkes-Barre PA 2010 DH ADCO ELECTRIC/ BP AIR, Staten Island NY** 2012 DH TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON ** GARVEY, DON 2004 C CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI 2005 C CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** GEGEN, FRED 2003 IF H.I.S. CONSTRUCTION, Houston TX** GEHRKE, ROB 2003 OF DEMARINI MERCHANTS, Portland OR GHOSTKEEPER, CHAD 2007 C CASA TERJO SO CAL BOMBERS, Palm Springs CA 2008 C HORSE LAKE THUNDER, Horse Lake AB** GIBSON, CRAIG 1998 P DC TIRE, Philadelphia PA** GIESBRECHT, ROBBIE 2004 OF BERGSTROM EYE & LASER CLINIC, Fargo ND** 2011 IF KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND** 2012 IF KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND** GIFFORD, JAMIE 1990 IF SEAFIRST BANK, Bellevue WA GILLIS, DOUG 1998 P EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 2010 P MICKEY’S SLEDS, Midland MI** GILLOW, BOBBY 2011 OF KW CUBS, Kitchener ON** GINGER, BOBBY 1988 P HEARTS, Bloomington IL** GLENN, LYLE 1951 IF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) GOLDBERG, AL 1976 OF BARONS, Lakewood CA GOLLAN, KARL 2007 P-OF ALBAUGH INC., Elkhart IA GONZALES, DICK ( HOF - 1987 ) 1951 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) 1952 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) 1953 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) 1964 IF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA GONZALES, FRED 1980 OF 7TH AVENUE AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix AZ GOOLAGONG, JEFF 2005 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2006 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2007 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2008 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI GORING, DARRELL 1986 OF ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN** GORING, LUCAS 2011 OF ALBAUGH INC., Elkhart IA GOSSE, WARD 2006 P Fargo ND Kegel Black Knights** GOYETTE, CLEO ( HOF - 1971 ) 1952 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1953 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1953 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1954 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1954 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1955 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA

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GOYETTE, CLEO ( continued ) 1955 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1956 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1956 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1957 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1957 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1958 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1959 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1960 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1961 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA 1963 IF NITEHAWKS , Long Beach CA GRAHAM, TRAVIS 1952 OF BARTLETT-COLLINS GLASS, Sapulpa OK (NSC) GRANT, MARTY 1991 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 1999 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 2008 P CASA TREJO A-1 BOMBERS, Yucaipa CA** GRAY, ROB 2001 OF COUNTY CLASSICS, Portage WI** 2003 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2004 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2005 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** GRAY, RODNEY 1988 C HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO** GRAY, RYAN 2010 OF ALVINSTON INDIANS, Alvinston ON** GRAY, SAM 1962 C BOMBERS, Easton PA GRAY, TOM 1990 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT GREBECK, STAN 1973 IF MANNY’S, San Bernadino CA GREEN, JOHN 1990 IF PAYLESS, Victoria BC GREGORY, BOB 1977 P RENO TOYOTA, Reno NV GROLLER, JOHN 1964 IF PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown PA 1965 IF PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown PA GROTH, BOB 1974 IF COWBOYS, Clovis CA GUARASCIO, NICK 1953 IF BLATZ BEER, Kenosha WI GUMP, JIM 1954 IF FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) GUY, BOB ( HOF - 2001 ) 1972 IF COMETS, Burbank CA 1973 IF JETS, Lakewood CA 1974 IF JETS, Lakewood CA 1977 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA H_______________________________________________ HACKNEY, DAVID 1965 OF BILL McDAVID PONTIAC, Fort Worth TX HALE, DONNY 2000 DH COUNTY CONCRETE, Marathon WI 2001 OF COUNTY CLASSICS, Portage WI 2003 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2004 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2007 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2011 DH JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2012 DH JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON HAMILTON, BILLY 1951 C ROBITAILLE MOTORS, Montreal QB HANCKS, SONNY 1962 IF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL HANDLEN, TOM 1978 IF TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI HANEY, LES ( HOF - 1972 ) 1948 P MERCHANTS, Taft CA (NSC) 1950 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) 1951 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1951 P KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1953 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1955 P KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) HANEY, WELDON 1951 P SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) 1954 U LIONS, Lorenzo TX 1955 U ALL-STARS, Ralls TX (NSC) HANSON, JASON 1996 IF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL 2001 IF SMOKERS, New York City NY**

HARPER, GLENN 1983 OF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA HARRAH, PAUL 1952 U AFOFL, Coldwater OH HARRIS, MARVIN 1978 C ATLEE’S CARPETS, Oklahoma City OK 1979 C MCOY HOMES, Oklahoma City OK HARTWIG, KEVIN 1987 DH TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA** 1991 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** HARVEY, KEVIN 1992 IF SUMMERSIDE 94, Summerside PEI HATCHER, KIRBY 1986 OF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO HAYES, LEON “JELLY” 1961 IF MANNING-MAXWELL HOUSE, Tulsa OK HEAD, RON 2000 IF EXPRESS, Edmonton AB** 2001 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** HEARD, BILL 1950 OF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1951 U KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) HEBELER, STEVE 1991 IF BOSCH-RAUSCH FINANCIAL, Cedar Rapids IA HEIZENRADER, ED 1951 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1952 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1953 IF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA HELMUTH, DICK 1955 C CONDORS, Dinuba, CA 1958 C CONDORS, Dinuba, CA HENDERSON, KEVIN 1976 P LAMB CHEVROLET, Prescott AZ 1982 P HOME SANINGS, Aurora IL** HENDRICKSON, TED 1982 IF TEXAS KINGS, Fort Worth TX** HENNIGAR, JODY ( HOF - 2011 ) 1987 OF TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA** 1989 DH TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA** 1992 DH BOMBERS, Clearwater FL 1997 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2001 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI HENRY, DAVE 1983 IF JETS, Lakewood CA** HENRY, JOE 1987 IF UNITED VAN LINES, St. Louis MO HERLIHY, KEVIN ( HOF - 1993 ) 1979 P BOLTERS, Saginaw MI 1981 P BOLTERS, Saginaw MI** 1983 P CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA 1984 P CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA** 1986 P CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA HERMSEN, GARY 2000 IF EXPRESS, Edmonton AB** HERR, BOB 1968 IF PARRIS TAP, Davenport IA HERRON, CLINT ( HOF - 1975 ) 1951 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1954 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1955 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1958 U NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA HEUSTON, HOWARD ( HOF - 1985 ) 1960 P SERTONA CLUB, Tulsa OK 1961 P MANNING-MAXWELL-MOORE, Tulsa OK HIBBERT, TERENCE 1997 P HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY** HICKS, TED 1984 IF ADM, Decatur IL 1987 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL HIGGINS, JOE 1965 IF HAYS ROOFING, Phoenix AZ HILDEBRANDT, TIM 1997 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI HILL, JASON 2007 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2009 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI HILL, KELLY 1992 OF METROS, Des Moines IA

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HILL, RANDY 1989 OF STEWART-TAYLOR PRINTING, Duluth MN** HILL, RICH 1985 IF ROADRUNNERS, Albuquerque NM HINELINE, MIKE 1995 DH NEW JERSEY WINDMILLERS, Elizabeth NJ** HODGINS, DERWYN 1993 P ADKINS PROPERTIES, Houston TX** HOFF, HERMAN 1948 U WHEELER REALTY, Greeley CO (NSC) 1950 IF WELLS MOTORS, Greeley CO (NSC) HOFFMAN, JERRY ( HOF - 2011 ) 1983 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA** 1984 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA 1986 IF CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA HOLOIEN, DEAN 2001 P COUNTY CONCRETE, Marathon CA** 2002 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2003 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 P ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK 2009 DH KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2011 P DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK** HOLT, WENDELL 1962 IF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX HOPKINS, MIKE 1987 IF UNITED VAN LINES, St. Louis MO HOPKINS, NICK ( HOF -1992 ) 1966 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1969 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA HOPKINS, RICK 1993 IF PAINTERS, Long Beach CA** 1994 IF PAINTERS, Long Beach CA** HORSTMANN, BILL 1952 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA HOSCH, JIM 1960 IF SERTONA CLUB, Tulsa OK 1963 OF LANGE’S INSURANCE, Dubuque IA HOUSE, BARRY 1985 IF ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB** HUEBNER, JOHN 1996 IF COUNTY CONCRETE, Marathon WI** HUERTA, JOHN 1962 IF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX HUGHES, EDDIE 1955 P BERRY CARTER PLUMBING, Tulsa OK (NSC) HULL, BILL 1956 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1957 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA HULL, ROGER 1961 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA HUMISTON, PAUL ( HOF - 1982 ) 1954 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1956 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1957 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1958 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1960 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA HUMMEL, TOM 1978 OF TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI HUNLEY, GARY 1982 IF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL** HUNT, JIM 1980 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT HUNTER, BOB 1964 OF REGINA CAFÉ, Etiwanda CA 1965 OF BOMBERS, Pomona CA HUNUHUNU, SHANE 1992 OF FAULTLESS/ESS, Ashland OH HUTCHINS, GARY 1969 P BOB NEAL FORD, Rock Island IL HVAM, DAN 1978 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** I________________________________________________ ISENHART, ERIC 1990 DH EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 1991 DH EXPLORERS, Midland MI IOSEFO, PENESE 2011 P PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah IL**

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J_______________________________________________ JACKSON, DAVE 1985 DH ADM, Decatur IL JACKSON, RON 1985 OF WALNUT WOODS, St. Joseph MO** JAMES, WILLIS 1948 C BLUEBONNET LAUNDRY, Lubbock TX (NSC) JEVNE, GLEN 1990 P MERCHANTS, Camrose AB JOHNS, NEIL 1996 OF TIREMEN, Owen Sound ON** JOHNS, VIC III 1998 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2002 IF DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL** JOHNSON, BOBBY 1978 OF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA 1979 OF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA JOHNSON, DAVE 1985 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 1988 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** JOHNSON, JACK 1975 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1977 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA JOHNSON, JIM 1967 C M & M CHARTERS, Lakewood CA JOHNSON, MARK 2012 OF HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON ** JOHNSON, PAUL 1954 P NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton OH 1956 P NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton OH 1957 P NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton OH JONES, CHARLIE 1957 C ELKS, Oxnard CA (NSC) JONES, CHRIS 1995 IF GATORS, Toronto ON** 1998 IF GATORS, Toronto ON** JONES, JIMMY ( HOF - 1976 ) 1951 IF NITEHWKS, Long Beach CA 1956 IF NITEHWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 IF NITEHWKS, Long Beach CA JONES, JOE 1965 C BILL MCDAVID PONTIAC, Fort Worth TX 1970 C GENERAL ELECTRIC, Dallas TX JONES, VIRGIL ( HOF - 1976 ) 1952 P MARY STAR ALL- STARS, San Pedro CA 1953 P MARY STAR ALL- STARS, San Pedro CA 1954 P MARY STAR ALL- STARS, San Pedro CA JORDAN, DON 1960 IF MEYERS DOLPHINS, Escondido CA JOSEPH, CLIFF 1986 DH CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA** JWANER, SID 1970 IF SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia PA K_______________________________________________ KAFKA, VINCE 1984 IF WALNUT WOODS, St. Joseph MO KAHLER, BARRY 1996 OF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, TAMPA FL** 1998 IF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, TAMPA FL** 2002 OF TRAVELER’S INN SMOKERS, Victoria BC** KAMPHIUS, DWAYNE 1965 P BOMBERS, Pamona CA KEEHAN, BRENDAN 1983 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1989 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** KELLY, HAROLD 2004 P PLANGGER’S FURNITURE, Benton Harbor MI** KELLY, TREVOR 2012 IF STOCK PACK, Ashland, OH ** KEMP, JOHN 2012 C TORONTO GATORS, Toronto ON ** KENNEDY, BYRON 1953 OF ELKS, Bakersfield CA (NSC) KENNEDY, STEVE 1960 OF MERCHANTS, Taft CA

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KENNEMER, JAMES ( HOF - 1994 ) 1957 C Q’S MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa OK 1958 C Q’S MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa OK 1961 C MANNING-MAXWELL-MOORE Tulsa OK 1963 C SERTONA CLUB, Tulsa OK 1964 C TEAMSTERS, Tulsa OK KERIAN, STEVE 1987 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** KERNAGHAN, MARTY ( HOF - 2002 ) 1984 IF ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB 1985 IF ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB 1988 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1989 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1990 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 IF NHCD, Sioux City IA 1993 IF NHCD, Sioux City IA** 1995 IF GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA KIEFEL, KRIS 2005 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** KING, RICHIE 1983 IF CALIFORNIA KINGS, Livingston CA KING, SHANE 1993 OF GATORS, Toronto ON** 1994 OF GATORS, Toronto ON** KING, STEVE 1998 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2001 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** KINNEY, GRAEME 1884 C ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA** KIPP, JOE 1953 OF MERCHANTS, Tampico IL KIPP, JOHN 1961 IF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL KIRKPATRICK, ANDREW 2004 P CALGARY DIAMONDS, Calgary AB 2005 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2006 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2007 P BROKEN BOW GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY** 2009 P BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow NE 2011 P CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City NY KIRKWOOD, SHANE 1997 P FAST AS FLITE, Abbotsford BC KLASSEN, ED 1954 U CONDORS, Dinuba CA KLECKER, ED ( HOF - 2006 ) 1972 P JETS, Lakewood CA 1973 P JETS, Lakewood CA 1974 P JETS, Lakewood CA KLEIN, DAROLD 1966 OF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA KNEEBONE, TOM 1987 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI KOERT, PAUL 2003 P SELECTS, Owen Sound ON** 2004 P HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY 2008 P JARVIS GAMBLERS, Jarvis ON** 2012 P JARVIS TRAVELERS Jarvis ON ** KOHNLE, CHRIS 1996 DH ALL CAR, Green Bay WI KOHNLE, MATT 1996 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI KOLKUS, PATRICK 2006 IF CZECH REPUBLIC, Prague CZ KORTHASE, BOB 1967 IF PHILLIPS 66, Bartlesville OK KOZENY, DOUG 1995 OF TRAVELERS, Topeka KS** KRANZ, BILL 2002 OF QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA 2003 OF QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA** KUNKA, TONY 2004 OF IMAGING SOLUTIONS, Fargo ND** L_______________________________________________ LA HOZ, SERGIO 2011 IF CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City NY** LALONDE, ADAM 2005 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI 2009 C EXPLORERS, Midland MI**

LAMB, ARNO 1955 P SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1957 P Q’S MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa OK 1957 P SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) LAMMERS, BRIAN 2008 C MIDWEST STAMPEDE, Elkhart IA LANDERS, PETER 1977 P TONY’S, Oshawa ON 1980 P PEACH KINGS, Grimsby ON** LARABEE, MIKE 1990 OF SEAFIRST BANK, Bellevue WA** 1997 OF FAST AS FLITE, Abbotsford BC LATTIMORE, ROOKIE 1955 U ALL-STARS, Ralls TX (NSC) LAULU, WAYNE 2007 IF TOWNLINE, Green Bay WI LAVERGNE, FLOYD ( HOF - 2008 ) 1981 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA** 1982 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA 1983 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA LAW, KENNY ( HOF - 1966 ) 1948 P CLARK SMITH AUTOS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1949 P ROUNDUP BAR Somerton AZ (NSC) 1951 P FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1952 P SHAVER Brothers, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1954 P FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1955 P A-1 CONSTRUCTION, Phoenix AZ LAWRENCE, DON 1983 IF DOME PETROLEUM, Calgary AB** LAWSON, SIG 1954 P BERRY CARTER PLUMBING, Tulsa OK (NSC) LEACH, DALE 1973 OF MANNY’S, San Bernardino CA LEGASPIE, BOB 1953 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1954 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) LEHRMAN, BRIAN 1988 OF TRANS-AIRE VANS, Elkhart IN** 1990 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1993 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** LEONARDO, EDDIE 2004 OF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY 2006 OF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY 2009 OF DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Santo Domingo DR LESLIE, DON ( HOF - 1997 ) 1963 IF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA 1970 IF BOB NEAL FORD, Rock Island IL LESSARD, TYLER “TEX” 2007 IF EVERGREEN CENTENNIALS, St. Thomas ON LEVY, DALE 2007 OF HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo, ON** LEVY, DOUG 1993 OF ADKINS PROPERTIES, Houston TX 1996 DH EXPLORERS, Midland MI** LEWIS, ERIC 2002 IF RICHARDS WOOD PRODUCTS, Geneva MN** LEWKO, JACK 1959 OF ARMY-NAVY STORE, New Westminster, BC LIRA, RICH 2001 OF FRONTIER Casino Players** LITTLE, LEX 1968 C DER WEINERSCHNITZEL, La Mesa CA LITTLEJOHN, GLENN 1994 IF GREENSLEEVES, St. Johns NL LITZ, KEVIN 1991 OF AMSTERDAM SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY LIVINGSTON, JIM 1949 U GREEVER TRUCK LINES, Tulsa, OK (NSC) 1950 U GREEVER TRUCK LINES, Tulsa, OK (NSC) 1955 OF BERRY CARTER PLUMBING, Tulsa, OK (NSC) LOCKETT, JIM 1989 OF UNITED VAN LINES, St. Louis MO LOHMAN, DAVE 2010 OF ADCO ELECTRIC/BP AIR, Staten Island NY** LOPEZ, PAUL ( HOF - 1974 ) 1961 P DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1962 P DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1971 P LA TAPATIA, El Paso TX

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LOTT, DAVE 1949 OF ROUNDUP BAR, Somerton AZ (NSC) LOVATO, BILL 1968 OF DER WEINERSCHNITZEL, La Mesa CA LUCHT, LARRY 1967 OF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA 1968 OF DER WEINERSCHNITZEL, La Mesa CA LUSTER, TERRY 2000 P RIVER CITY RAGE, Peoria IL** LYNCH, PAUL 2001 OF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** M_______________________________________________ MACH, JONAS 2010 P PETE’S BLUES, Mascoutah, IL** MACHADO, SNUFFY 1956 IF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) MACKINTOSH, KEITH 1991 IF MERCHANTS, Camrose CA** 1997 IF LEGENDS, Victoria BC 2005 IF FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2006 IF FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 IF ASPEN INTERIORS. Saskatoon SK** MACKINTOSH, PAT 1999 IF H.I.S. CONSTRUCTION, Houston TX** 2005 IF ASPEN INTERIORS BLACK SOX, Saskatoon SK** MACUMBER, TIM 1993 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 2001 IF NEW YORK SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY** 2006 DH KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND** MADRIL, MIKE 1980 IF 7TH AVENUE AUTO SUPPLY, Phoenix AZ MAGAN, PAUL ( HOF - 1995 ) 1979 P ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA 1982 P DAVE FRYE PLASTERING, Bakersfield CA 1988 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1989 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1990 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA MAGNUSSON, KYLE 1995 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1998 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 2000 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** MAIDEN, ERIC 1983 C CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA 1987 C RAYMAX, Burbank CA** MAJORS, BILL 1984 OF BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA, Reading PA** MAKEA, THOMAS 1999 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2000 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2002 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2005 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2006 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2009 OF MIDWEST STAMPEDE, Bondurant IA MANCHESTER, BUD 1949 U STREET BICYCLE SHOP, Gainesville FL (NSC) MANLEY, JEREMY 2005 P PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO** 2009 P PUEBLO BANDITS, Pueblo CO 2010 P CHICAGO/NY FASTPITCH, New York City NY MANLEY, REGAN 2010 P ALBAUGH INC, Elkhart IA** MANNING, BILL 1971 IF LA TAPTIA, El Paso TX MARIS, RICK 1958 OF CALIENTE RACE TRACK, Tijuana Baja CA MARSH, JIM 1979 C GUANELLA BROTHERS, Santa Rosa CA** 1980 C GUANELLA BROTHERS, Santa Rosa CA** MARSHALL, BRUCE 1985 IF ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB MARTIE, BRIAN ( HOF - 2013 ) 1987 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 1993 IF HEARTS, Bloomington IL 1996 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1998 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1999 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2000 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** MARTIN, CURTIS 1996 C HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN** 2000 C MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 2002 C FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph MO**

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MARTIN, JARRAD 1999 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2001 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** 2002 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2003 IF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam, NY 2006 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2007 IF BROKEN BOW GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY** 2008 IF BROKEN BOW GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY** MARTIN, JOSH 2011 OF PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA** MARTIN, TODD 1994 P EXPRESS, Napanee ON** 1996 P TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, TAMPA FL 1998 P TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, TAMPA FL 2000 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2001 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2002 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** MARTIN, TODD (continued) 2005 P HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON 2006 P HALLMAN TWINS, Kitchener ON** 2008 P KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON MARTINEZ, HAL 1968 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA MATA, LUCAS 2003 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon, WI** 2005 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2007 P CASA TREJO SO CAL BOMBERS, Palm Springs CA 2011 P CALIFORNIA A’S, Bakersfield CA** 2012 P PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA MATO, JOHN 1955 IF CONDORS, Dinuba CA MAYSON, DEREK 2007 DH VANCOUVER GREY SOX, Vancouver BC** MAZZA, TIM 1979 IF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA 1980 IF DAVE FRYE PLASTERING, Bakersfield CA 1981 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA MCCLURE, MIKE 1979 OF TARRENT GLASS, Fort Worth TX** MCCOY, AL 1953 OF LIONS, Lorenzo TX MCDONALD, BILLY 1998 IF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY** MCELDOWNEY, JOHN 1989 IF TRANS AIRE VANS, Elkhart IN** MCKENZIE, COLLIN 2005 P BAR ON THE AVE, Appleton WI** MCLEAN, STACY 2006 OF ORILLIA RIVERSHARKS, Orillia ON MCNEELEY, HAROLD 1947 OF FIRE DEPARTMENT, Tulsa OK (NSC) MCTEER, BOB 1954 IF CONDORS, Dinuba CA MEACHAM, AVON 1986 OF ANNAPOLIS RADIATOR, Annapolis MD 1992 OF BOMBERS, Clearwater FL MEAGHER, RAY 1950 OF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) 1953 OF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1954 OF HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA MEAIRS, RED ( HOF - 1988 ) 1958 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA MEDWEDRICH, ANDREW 2007 IF VANCOUVER GREY SOX, Vancouver BC** MELCHERT, GREG 1998 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI MELCHIORI, JOHN 1989 C FAULTLESS-GARBER, Ashland OH MENDEZ, RICARDO 1958 OF CALIENTE RACE TRACK, Tijuana Baja CA MENKE, BILL 1985 OF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN MEREDITH, PETER ( HOF - 2007 ) 1982 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1989 P TRANS AIRE VANS, Elkhart IN** 1990 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 1992 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1993 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 1995 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT 2001 P MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT

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MICHAELS, BOB 1947 P PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego CA (NSC) MICHAELS, RUSS 1983 C GRAY’S CRANE, Canby OR MIDDLETON, DOUG 1988 P HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO 1995 P TRAVELERS, Topeka KS 2000 P MEIERHOFFR, St. Joseph MO 2002 P FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph MO** MIERS, JACK 1955 C BOLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL 1956 C SIEBREN HYBRIDS, Geneseo IL MILJAVAC, CHRIS 2000 IF MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO 2002 IF MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO 2006 OF PATSY’S, New York City NY** 2008 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI MILLER, BLAKE 2010 IF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON** MILNE, DANIEL 1999 IF NEW YORK SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2009 OF BROKEN BOW PATSY’S Boken Bow NE** MINER, STEVE 1979 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA MITCHELL, DICK 1947 IF PALOMAR FOODS, San Diego CA (NSC) MITCHELL, ELSTON 1981 IF HEARTS, Bloomington IL MITCHELL, STEVE 1997 P MIDWEST GMC TRUCK & VAN, St. Louis MO** MONFILS, PAUL 2003 IF CIRCLE TAP LUMBERJACKS, Denmark, WI MONTAGUE, DON 1952 IF NAVAL AIR STATION, Barbers Point, MI MONTGOMERY, TOM 1993 IF PABST BARLEY POP A’S, Minot ND 1997 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT MONTZ, MEL 1961 IF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL 1962 IF HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL MOORE, JIMMY ( HOF - 1996 ) 1983 P GRAY’S CRANE, Canby OR** 1985 P PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA 1986 P PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA 1990 P SEAFIRST BANK, Bellevue WA MOORE, SWEDE 1958 IF LAKE FURNITURE, Bremerton WA MORAGA, OMAR 2004 IF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY** MORALES, JOE 1999 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** 2002 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** MORRIS, CHARLES 1948 C MERCHANTS, Taft CA (NSC) 1949 C SHAMROCKS, Taft CA (NSC) 1951 C KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) 1952 C ELKS, Bakersfield CA (NSC) MORRIS, SCOTT 1983 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA MOSHER, TODD 1995 DH NEW JERSY GATORS, West Milford NJ MOTT, BOB 1984 DH CALIFORNIA KINGS, Merced CA MROCZEK, NICK 1956 OF TONY’S REFRESHMENTS, Oshawa ON MUCK, TERRY 1980 IF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL** MUIZELAAR, GERALD 1999 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2001 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2002 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2003 P BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2004 P BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2006 P PATSY’S New York City, NY 2007 P PATSY’S OF NEW YORK, New York City, NY** 2012 P KEGEL BLACK KNIGHTS, Fargo ND ** MULLALEY, STEVE 2007 OF QUAKER RIVERSHARKS, Orillia, ON** 2008 OF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON** 2010 OF CHICAGO/NY FASTPITCH New York City NY 2012 OF HILL UNITED CHIEFS, Six Nations ON

MULRY, DAVE 1985 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 1989 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI MUNOZ, VIC 1975 C MANNY’S, San Bernardino CA MURRAY, BEN 1958 IF LAKE FURNITURE, Bremerton WA N_______________________________________________ NAAB, BOB 1961 P HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL NEEDHAM, NICK 2006 IF QUAD CITY SOX, Davenport IA** NEEMIA, AARON 2007 C TOWNLINE, Green Bay WI NEELEY, BOB ( HOF - 1977 ) 1951 OF FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) 1955 U A-1 CONSTRUCTION, Phoenix AZ (NSC) NEELEY, JACK 1953 P B & B FREIGHT, Tulsa OK (NSC) 1956 P SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa TX (NSC) NESS, JAY 1989 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato NESSLER, DAN ( HOF - 2008 ) 1985 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN 1988 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1989 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN** NESSLER, JEFF 1984 IF HAPPY CHEF, Mankato MN NESSMITH, JOHN 1979 IF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA** NEVEAU, BRIAN 1998 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2003 DH CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** NEVEAU, RAY 1976 C TOMMY’S ANGELS, Oshkosh WI NEVIN, MIKE 1984 OF CALIFORNIA KINGS, Merced CA** NEWELL, STEVE 1986 OF PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** NEWITT, SCOTT 2002 OF VANCOUVER GREY SOX, Vancouver BC** NEWMAN, JACK 1956 P ELKS, Oxnard CA 1957 P ELKS, Oxnard CA NEWSON, DARRIN 2012 OF NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON ** NICHOLAS, CHRIS 1985 P COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL** 1986 P COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL** 1987 P COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL** NICHOLAS, JOHN 1997 IF NITEMARES, Invermere BC** NICHOLS, JOE 1980 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT NICHOLS, MIKE 1995 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** NIECE, PAUL 1988 IF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO** NOFKE, JAMES 1985 OF ADM, Decatur IL** 1987 OF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur, IL NOLAN, LARRY ( HOF - 2002 ) 1980 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1981 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA 1982 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA** 1983 OF KINGS, Camarillo CA NORTH, GEORGE 1951 C STREET DEPARTMENT, Salt Lake City UT (NSC) NOVIKOFF, LOU ( HOF - 1965) 1951 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1952 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1955 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA NUKUNUKU, NATHAN 2006 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2009 IF MIDWEST STAMPEDE, Bondurant IA** NUNEZ, JUAN THOMAS 2010 IF CHICAGO/NY FASTPITCH, New York City, NY**

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O_______________________________________________ OAKS, BILLY 1957 IF Q’S MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa OK O’BRIEN, ROBBIE 2003 P FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph MO** 2004 P CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** 2008 IF CASA TREJO A-1 BOMBERS, Yucaipa CA** 2009 P DOMINCAN REPUBLIC, Santo Domingo DR** O’BRIEN, SEAN 2002 C NEWYORK SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2003 C BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY** 2008 C ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK 2009 C ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK 2010 C JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON** O’CONNER, DAN 1976 IF ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN 1978 IF ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN O’CONNER, JERRY 1976 IF ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN OLEA, TED 1953 IF FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC) OLSON, DON 1981 P ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN** OREB, RICH 1967 IF M & M CHARTERS, Lakewood CA ORMSBY, GLEN 2008 IF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI ** ORTEGA, MANNY 1968 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1975 IF MANNY’S, San Bernardino CA OSBORN, BOB ( HOF - 2004 ) 1964 OF IMPALAS, Downey CA 1965 OF IMPALAS, Downey CA 1966 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1969 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA OVERTON, BILLY 1976 OF LAMB CHEVROLET, Prescott AZ OWEN, TOM 2011 IF ALBAUGH Inc., Elkhart IA OWENS, AARON 1994 DH PAINTERS, Long Beach CA OWENS, FRED 1955 IF ALL-STARS, Ralls TX (NSC) OWENS, RAY 1956 U BERRY CARTER PLUMBING, Tulsa OK (NSC) OXFORD, CAL 1981 P FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK P_______________________________________________ PADILLA, STOSH 1979 OF ROADRUNNERS, Albuquerque NM PAETKAU, DAVE 1992 OF SEAFIRST BANK, Bellevue WA** 1995 OF RAVENS, South Surrey BC** PALMORE, JACK 1959 C DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1960 C DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1961 C DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX 1971 C LA TAPTIA, El Paso TX PALUMBO, DAVE 1994 IF CLASS WALLS, Whiteford MD** PANETTA, MIKE 1978 OF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA PAPULKAS, PAUL 1998 C THUNDER, Scarborough PARKHURST, RUSTY 1994 P STOVER DELIVERY, Jefferson City MO PARNOW, MIKE 1983 DH CALIFORNIA KINGS, Livingston CA** PATERNOSTER, JIM 1954 OF KAMNEL & MENA REALTY, El Paso (NSC) PATON, BRIAN ( HOF - 2011 ) 1994 OF GATORS, Toronto ON 1995 OF GATORS, Toronto ON 1997 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1998 OF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL PAYNE, CHRIS 2008 IF EVERGREEN CENTENNIALS, St. Thomas ON**

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PEACH, JOHN 1982 OF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1986 OF COOR SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL PEARSON, GEORGE ( HOF - 1998 ) 1952 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1953 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1957 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) PEARSON, HUGO 1947 C UNITED TITLE, Waco TX (NSC) PECK, JEFF 1981 IF VALLEY CONSTRUCTION, Midland Mi** PECK, RANDY 1990 C CARP VALLEY PRIDE, Carp ON PEEPLES, PAT 1948 P MERCHANTS, Taft CA (NSC) PEERENBOOM, GENE 1972 IF JACK’S ROSE HILL, Little Chute WI 1973 IF JACK’S ROSE HILL, Little Chute WI PELKOWSKI, RALPH 1947 C ROYALS, Milwaukee WI (NSC) PENALUNA, BILL 1976 IF FAIRWAY MAZDA, Reno NV 1977 IF RENO TOYOTA, Reno NV PENMAN, BARRY 1992 C MAGICIANS, Vancouver BC** PERENARA, THOMAS 1996 OF GATORS, Toronto ON** PERKINS, PHIL 2005 DH TEAM IOWA, Des Moines IA PERRY, JIM 1970 IF GENERAL ELECTRIC, Dallas TX PESKO, BRIAN 1995 IF BONUTTI’S, Effingham IL PETERSON, KEITH 1988 OF UNIVERSAL FINANCIAL, Waterloo ON PETERSON, SCOTT 1989 OF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** PEYTON, BYRON 1992 IF METROS, Des Moines IA** PEYTON, DOUG 1991 OF BOSCH-RAUSCH FINANCIAL, Cedar Rapids IA** PFAFF, RICHIE 1991 OF CLASS WALLS, Whiteford MD PFEIFFER, BILL 1980 OF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL** PFEIFFER, DAVE 1987 OF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO** PHELPS, CY 1951 OF ROBITAILLE MOTORS, Montreal QB PHIBBS, ANDREW 2012 P NIAGARA SNAPPERS, Niagara Falls ON ** PHILLIPS, STEVE 1985 OF ADM, Decatur IL** PIECHNIK, MIKE ( HOF- 2009 ) 1985 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 1987 P THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1990 P PAYLESS, Victoria BC** 1992 P PAYLESS, Victoria BC 1993 P NHCD, Sioux City IA 1994 P GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA 1996 P ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 1999 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** 2002 P TWINS, Waterloo ON PINSON, JOHN 1947 IF ANDREWS MOTORS, Rome GA (NSC) PLACE, DENNY 1984 IF ADM, Decatur IL 1985 OF ADM, Decatur IL 1987 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 1991 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL PLANGGER, SCOTT 1989 P HEARTS, Bloomington IL** PLUMMER, JOHN 1961 OF COTTER CORP, Canon City CO POBANZ, DICK ( HOF- 1988 ) 1956 P SIEBREN HYBRIDS, Geneseo IL

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POKOYOWAY, BRENNAN 2009 IF DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK** 2010 IF DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK 2011 IF DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK POSTEN, GLEN 1964 IF MERCHANTS, GARDENA CA POTOLICCHIO, JUAN 2011 P MINNESOTA ANGELS, West St. Paul MN POTSKIN, EVAN 2002 OF TRAVELER’S INN SMOKERS, Victoria BC** 2007 IF CASA TREJO SO CAL BOMBERS, Palm Springs CA** 2008 IF HORSE LAKE THUNDER, Horse Lake AB POWELL, DENNIS 1976 IF JETS, Lakewood CA POWELL, ERNIE 1956 OF NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton OH POWERS, BUDDY 1957 IF POWERS TAVERN, Davenport IA POWERS, ROBERT 1979 IF WESTBROOK SALES, Houston TX** PRATT, LANCE 1990 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** 1993 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT PRESCOTT, CHUCK 1985 IF SUNNERS, Allentown PA** PRESLEY, TOM 1981 C FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK** PRICE, STEVE 1998 DH Heflin Builders, Ballston Lake NY PRIEST, WES 1949 P SHAMROCKS, Taft CA (NSC) PRITCHARD, JEFF 1980 OF HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL** PYZIK, JOE 1999 IF DC TIRE, Philadelphia PA** Q_______________________________________________ QUICK, JIM 1982 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** R_______________________________________________ RALFS, JERRY ( HOF - 2004 ) 1969 P SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island IL 1972 P HYNES & HOWE, Rock Island IL RANDALL, JACK ( HOF - 1973 ) 1951 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1952 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1955 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1956 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1957 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1958 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA RANKIN, KEITH 2010 IF ALVINSTON INDIAN, Alvinston ON** RATZLAFF, LEE 1954 OF CONDORS, Diuba CA PESKO, BRIAN 1995 IF BONUTTI’S CHIROPRACTIC, Effingham IL** REA, DARREN 2000 IF DC TIRE, Philadelphia PA** READE, KEVIN 1994 C DAIRY QUEEN, Halifax NS** READING, TREVOR 1992 OF TWINS, Waterloo ON** 1994 OF TWINS, Waterloo ON** REED, TED 1957 IF ELKS, Oxnard CA (NSC) REICHART, KEVIN 2003 IF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** 2004 IF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** REID, JACK 1949 IF ROUNDUP BAR, Somerton AZ (NSC) RHEUM, LEO 1951 U ROBITAILLE MOTORS, Montreal ON RICE, MARK 1972 IF PAGE’S RAIDERS, Phoenix AZ RICH, DENNY 1991 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL**

RICHARDSON, BOB 1991 IF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON** RIDLEY, JOHN 1958 P LAKE FURNITURE, Bremerton WA ROACH, KEN 1976 OF WINCHELL’S DONUTS, Fresno CA ROBBEN, BOB 1982 IF BUDWEISER KINGS, St. Louis MO ROBINSON, BOB 1971 IF HAWKS, Columbia SC ROCHELEAU, BARCLAY 1986 OF ALL-O-MATIC A’S, Saskatoon SK RODRIQUEZ, JOHN 1972 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA ROHRBACK, ALAN ( HOF - 2010 ) 1981 OF KINGS, Camarillo 1984 OF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA 1986 OF CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA RONA, BRAD 2008 IF PATSY’S, New York City NY 2009 IF BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow NE** 2010 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2011 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON** 2012 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON

ROSEBUSH, PAUL 2001 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2003 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2008 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI ROSEN, GOODY 1948 OF LENY AUTO PARTS, Toronto ON ROSTHENHAUSLER, BOB 2012 C CALIFORNIA A’S, Eugene OR ** ROTHROCK, BRIAN 1984 OF ADM, Decatur IL 1985 OF ADM, Decatur IL ROUNTREE, DALLAS 1979 IF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Santa Rosa CA** ROY, LARRY 1966 OF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA RUBLEY, TRENT 1994 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 1997 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2001 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2004 IF CALGARY DIAMONDS, Calgary AB RUDDELL, MIKE 1986 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA** RUNNING, STEVE 2007 OF INNERKIP EAGLES, Innerkip ON** RUZESKY, RICK 1990 DH REMPEL CONSTRUCTION, Saskatoon SK RYAN, SID 1959 OF HILLSIDE OUTLAWS, Bremerton ON RYCHCIK, SHAWN ( HOF - 2012 ) 1989 IF SOFTBALL CLUB, New Martinsville WV** 1994 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1996 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 1998 OF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL 1999 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2000 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2001 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2002 IF COUNTY CLASSICS, Wisconsin 2004 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2005 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** S_______________________________________________ SALAZAR, RALPH 1976 P WINCHELL’S DONUTS, Fresno CA SALSMAN, GORDON 1970 IF GENERAL ELECTRIC, Dallas TX SALTICH, JACK 1979 IF SCHAEFFER-SMITH INSURANCE, Phoenix AZ SAMSON, JACK 1957 C MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) SANDBACK, DARRELL 1997 OF LEGENDS, Victoria BC 2003 OF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** SANTA MARIA, TONY 1953 OF FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ (NSC)

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ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

SANTILLIANO, MARC 2006 IF PORTLAND CR, Portland OR** SARNO, DON ( HOF - 1980 ) 1964 P IMPALAS, Downey CA 1965 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1970 P L & L HUSTLERS, Hawthorne CA SAVAGE, LARUE 1951 IF COLONIALS, Springfield MO (NSC) SAWYER, JOHN 1980 IF ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA** SCABER, TIM 1997 C SAWYER SEWING CENTRE, Victoria BC** SCAVARDA, JERRY 1974 OF PERRY TRANSFER, Denver CO 1977 OF STEVENSON TOYOTA, Lakewood CO SCHAAN, COLIN 2011 OF DIAMONDBACKS, Saskatoon SK** SCHELLER, ROB 1992 P BOMBERS, Clearwater FL** 1993 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** SCHMIDT, BRAD 1987 DH DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL SCHMIDT, FRANK 1963 OF MERCHANTS, Gardena CA SCHNARR, JODIE 1996 OF MERCHANTS, Baltimore MD

SCHNOBB, RON 1984 IF KING FARMS, Owen Sound ON** SCHOTT, STEVE ( HOF - 2013 ) 1993 OF NHCD, Sioux City IA 1994 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** 1997 IF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL** 1998 OF TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL** 1999 OF MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO SCHROEDER, BOB 1956 C MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) SCHUCKER, STEVE 1999 OF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY** 2006 OF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY 2007 OF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark, WI** SCHULTZ, STEVE 1985 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1986 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA SCHULTZ, TODD 1992 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 2003 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2005 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2009 IF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 2010 IF CHICAGO/NY FASTPITCH, New Yory City NY** SCHWEYER, ROB 1999 P TWINS, Waterloo ON** 2000 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2001 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2010 DH PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA SCHWIEGER, MIKE 1999 C TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** 2001 DH TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** SCOTT, DAVID 1984 P ADM, Decatur IL** SCOTT, DON 2011 P JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON SCOTT, KENNY 1957 P Q’S MOBIL SERVICE, Tulsa OK SCOTT, STEVE 2000 IF RIVER CITY RAGE, Peoria IL** SCOTT, TOM 1977 OF PEARL BEER, San Antonio TX SEAMAN, JIMMY 1987 P STROHS/GATSBY, St. Paul MN** 1988 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1995 P TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE** SEARS, DON 1971 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA SEED, JEFF 2002 IF HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON SEIP, JEFF 1984 IF BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA SUNNERS, Reading PA** 1985 DH SUNNERS, Allentown PA**

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SELMO, MICKEY 1982 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI SEPULVEDA, GREG ( HOF - 2006 ) 1984 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA 1985 IF CHAMELEONS, Lancaster CA SERVINSKI, JEFF 1998 OF EXPLORERS, Midland MI** SETTLE, JACK 1981 IF BOMBERS, Oceanside CA** 1986 IF CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA** SEWELL, RIP 1952 OF PRIMM DRUG, Brownfield TX SHAILES, NICK 2007 IF TOWNLINE, Green Bay WI 2008 IF TOWNLINE, Green Bay WI** 2009 IF ASPEN INTERIORS, Saskatoon SK 2010 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2011 IF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON** SHANNON, PATRICK 2001 C COUNTY CONCRETE, Marathon WI** 2002 C COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2004 C COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2005 C COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2006 C COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI** 2008 C KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON** 2009 C KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2010 C KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2011 C CHICAGO/NY GREMLINS, New York City NY 2012 C NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY SHAW, KERRY 2000 IF MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO SHEEHAN, JAMIE 2011 C ITALIAN ATHLETIC CLUB, Stockton CA** SHELSTON, BOB 1984 C RAWLINGS, Agincourt ON SHEWFELT, CHRIS 2003 C SELECTS, Owen Sound ON** 2006 C HALLMAN TWINS, Kitchener ON** SHIGAMMATSU, BOB 1973 IF COWBOYS, Clovis CA SHOFNER, ROY 1987 OF UNITED VAN LINES, St. Louis MO SIEGFRIED, JOE 1972 IF COMETS, Burbank CA SIEGFRIED, JOE 1975 IF KNIGHTS, Lakewood CO SILVAS, LARRY ( HOF - 1974 ) 1955 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1956 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1957 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1958 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1960 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA 1963 IF NITENAWKS, Long Beach CA SIM, JAY 1986 C REMPEL BROTHERS, Saskatoon SK SIMCOX, JOHN 1984 DH ADM, Decatur IL** SIMMONS, BILL 2005 OF HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON** SIMONS, SCOTT 1980 IF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** SIMPSON, JAMIE 2002 P SELECTS, Owen Sound** SINGER, MARK 1988 C NAVA BROTHERS, Hayward CA SKELTON, ANDY 2008 DH SCARBOROUGH WOLVERINES, Scarborough ON** SKILLINGS, DAN 2005 OF BRIGHT CHEESE HOUSE EAGLES, Innerkip ON** 2007 OF INNERKIP EAGLES, Innerkip, ON SMITH, ADAM ( HOF - 2012 ) 1994 IF GATORS, Toronto ON 1995 IF GATORS, Toronto ON 1998 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 2001 IF HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON 2003 IF HALLMAN TWINS, Kitchener-Waterloo ON** SMITH, CHARLES ( HOF - 1983 ) 1962 IF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso TX

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SMITH, HAROLD 1956 IF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) SMITH, HAYDEN 1996 P CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI SMITH, MARK ( HOF - 2004 ) 1981 P KINGS, Camarillo CA 1982 P KINGS, Camarillo CA 1986 P CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA** 1990 IF PAYLESS, Victoria BC SMITH, PAUL 1956 U BARNES GENERAL STORE, Springfield MO SMITH, RALPH 1966 OF BOMBERS, Pomona CA 1967 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1969 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1973 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA SORENSON, MARK ( HOF - 2010 ) 1987 C PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1988 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1991 IF PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 IF NHCD, Sioux City IA 1993 IF NHCD, Sioux City IA** 1994 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1995 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1996 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1997 C ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1999 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2001 C COUNTY CLASSICS, Portage WI 2004 IF COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI SOSNOWSKI, BRYAN 1978 IF MOLSON’S BREWERY, Regina SK 1990 IF MERCHANTS, Camrose AB** 1993 DH NHCD, Sioux City IA SPALT, STEVE 1996 IF MERCHANTS, Baltimore MD** SPAULDING, JOE 1981 OF FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK** SPERRY, JIM 1967 P SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island IL STAATS, AL 1991 OF CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON** STAHL, GARY 1980 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT STAPLEY, TERRY 1978 P SCHAEFFER-SMITH-ANKENEY, Phoenix AZ STARK, MILT ( HOF - 1981 ) 1966 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1968 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA STEGER, JIM 1972 OF JACK’S ROSE HILL, Little Chute WI STEIGERWALD, BOB 1989 IF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI STENGEL, JACK 1965 OF HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL STENGER, TOM 1966 IF DISCO BOMBERS, Rock Island IL STEPHEN, RICHIE ( HOF - 1979 ) 1956 P MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA 1959 P COMETS, Culver City CA 1964 P REGINS CAFÉ, Etiwanda CA 1965 P BOMBERS, Pomona CA 1966 P HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL 1967 P HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL STERE, BRIAN 1994 C TWINS, Waterloo ON** STEVENS, R.C. 1969 IF SPORTS SHOP, Rock Island IL STEVENS, LARRY 1967 C Fremont Coins, Las Vegas NV STEVENSON, BRENT 1984 P ADM, Decatur IL 1985 P ADM, Decatur IL 1987 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** STEVENSON, TOD 1986 IF COORS SILVER BULLETS, Aurora IL 1993 OF NHCD, Sioux City IA 1995 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 1996 OF ALL CAR, Green Bay WI STEWART, RUSTY 1950 IF GULF OILERS, Crane TX

STILES, DICK 1969 C BOB NEAL FORD, Rock Island IL STILES, HICE ( HOF - 2001 ) 1976 OF JETS, Lakewood CA 1978 OF JETS, Lakewood CA 1979 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA STILLWELL, DENNIS 1975 OF SOUTHERN TRUCK RAIDERS, Sun City AZ STIRES, STEVE 2004 C QUAKER RIVERSHARKS, Lebanon PA** STOCKTON, GREG 1991 C COLONIAL BAKING, Aurora IL STODDARD, DOUG 1982 OF MILLER TOYOTA, Salt Lake City UT** STOFFLET, TY ( HOF - 1984 ) 1967 P PATRIOTS CLUB, Allentown PA 1968 P SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia PA 1969 P SAL’S LUNCH, Philadelphia PA 1984 P BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA SUNNERS, Reading PA 1992 P CLASS WALLS, Whiteford MD** STONE, BRUCE 1954 IF CONDORS, Dinuba CA STORER, BUDDY 1951 OF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX 1954 OF SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX STRAUSSER, MIKE 1983 OF B & D SUPPLY, Phoenix AZ** STRINGER, IAN 1982 C TEXAS KINGS, Ft. Worth TX STUPEK, MARK 1989 OF HEARTS, Bloomington IL SUDGES, JOHN 1989 IF ALLSTEEL, Aurora IL** 1999 IF DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL SULLIVAN, PAT 1969 C KOPPER-SCHRADER FORD, Dubuque IA SUMMERS, SCOTT 1990 IF HAROLD’S SUPERMARKETS, Lexington MO** SWAN, GARY 1995 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 1996 IF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** T_______________________________________________ TABAK, TED 1952 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) 1953 OF MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) TANGAROA, CHUBB 1989 P GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA 1990 P GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA 1991 P GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA TANNER, MICK 2009 OF BROKEN BOW PATSY’S, Broken Bow NE** TAVERAS, JORDAN 2004 IF HEFLIN BUILDERS, Ballston Lake NY** TAYLOR, ALAN 1993 OF TWINS, Waterloo ON** TAYLOR, HARLEY 1947 U MT. DENNIS ATHLETIC ASSN, Toronto ON (NSC) TAYLOR, MIKE 2000 OF SELECTS, Owen Sound ON** TEDFORD, TED 1977 IF PEARL BEER, San Antonio TX TERKELSEN, FREDERIK 2011 OF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON 2012 OF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON TESKE, ROGER 1971 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1972 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA THEYS, BRAD 2010 C PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA THOMAS, PAUL 1949 P STREET BICYCLE SHOP, Gainsvill FL (NSC) THOME, CHUCK 1969 OF BON-AIR, Moline IL THOMPSON, DICK ( HOF - 2000 ) 1963 P DISCO FOODS, Rock Falls IL 1964 P DISCO FOODS, Rock Falls IL THOMPSON, RYAN 1996 IF TIREMEN, Owen Sound ON**

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ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

THOMPSON, TOMMY 2010 OF MINNESOTA ANGELS, Minneapolis MN** TILLEY, DARRELL 2008 P HORSE LAKE THUNDER, Horse Lake AB** TODD, BOB ( HOF - 1991 ) 1975 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1977 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1979 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA TODD, ELMER 1952 IF NAVAL AIR STATION, Barbers Point MI TOINTIGH, JACKIE 1970 OF HATCHERVILLE OILERS, Apache OK TOLFREE, ART 1981 C VALLEY MECHANICAL, Midland MI TOLZIN, DARWIN 1976 P ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN 1979 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA** TONEY, BOB 1978 IF ATLEE’S CARPET, Oklahoma City OK 1981 IF STARS, Oklahoma City OK TOPPERT, CHARLIE ( HOF - 1973 ) 1957 C BOLLMAN ELITES, New Bedford IL 1959 C HAMM’S BEER, Rock Island IL TRACY, JEREMY 2010 OF NEW YORK GREMLINS, Clifton Park NY 2011 OF BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Bakersfield CA TRANEL, MIKE 1991 DH BOSCH-RAUSCH FINANCIAL, Cedar Rapids IA** TREJO, FRANK ( HOF - 1990 ) 1965 IF BOMBERS, Pamona CA 1966 IF HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL 1967 IF HARRELSON MOTORS, Moline IL 1968 IF DER WEINERSCHNITZEL, La Mesa CA TRISKA, JERRY 1981 OF FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK** TROTTER, DON 1991 OF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert Park CA** TRUJILLO, ARNOLD 1947 P FARM FRESH MARKETS, Phoenix AZ TSCHIDA, JOHN 2002 IF IMAGING SOLUTIONS KNIGHTS, Fargo ND TUCKER, JOHN 1987 IF MIKE WARREN SPORTS, Baltimore MD TURIGLIATTO, STEVE 1979 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA TURNER, PETE 1991 OF GUANELLA BROTHERS, Rohnert CA** TWACHTMANN, TODD 2000 C MEIERHOFFER, St. Joseph MO** 2001 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2005 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 2006 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI TWORDIK, BRAD 2004 C BERGSTROM EYE & LASER CLINIC, Fargo ND** U_______________________________________________ UMENTUM, BURT 1996 IF CIRCLE TAP, Denmark WI** UNDERDOWN, LYLE 1953 U WRIGHT COOLER KINGS, Phoenix AZ UNDERHILL, NICK 2007 P VANCOUVER GREY SOX, Vancouver, BC** UNDERWOOD, BRAD ( HOF - 2006 ) 1987 P CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON 1988 P CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON 1991 P CANADIAN TIRE, Owen Sound ON 1994 P ALL CAR, Green Bay WI** UNGER, BILL 1968 IF BON-AIR, Moline IL UNRUH, RAY ( HOF - 1998 ) 1954 U CONDORS, Dinuba CA 1955 IF CONDORS, Dinuba CA URQUHART, BRIAN 2009 P EXPLORERS, Midland MI** V_______________________________________________ VAN DINE, MIKE 1981 C FAULTLESS RUBBER, Ashland OH 1984 C FAULTLESS RUBBER, Ashland OH

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VAN GAVER, GREG 1985 C PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** 1986 C PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** VAN LUE, NICK 1979 IF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA** VAN PATTEN, FRANK 1971 OF HUSTLERS, Hawthorne CA 1979 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA VAN VOORST, JACK 1974 P PAGE’S RAIDERS, Sun City AZ VIERA, FRED 1949 IF KINGS, Hanford CA (NSC) VIGIL, JOE 1994 IF PAINTERS, Long Beach CA VILLA, ALEX 1988 OF MUSTANGS, Prescott AZ** VINSON, BRENT 2002 DH BRAND’TS, Pleasant Plain IL VOIGHT, BRYAN ( HOF - 1982 ) 1953 P MERCHANTS, Tampico IL 1954 P CONDORS, Dinuba CA 1955 P CONDORS, Dinuba CA 1958 P CONDORS, Dinuba CA VOSS, ROBIN 1980 C HOME SAVINGS, Aurora IL 1985 C ALBERTA BRAKE & CLUTCH, Calgary AB VOTH, SIG 1998 OF SLADE GROUP, Seattle WA** W_______________________________________________ WADE, DELMER 1948 IF ANDERSON SPTG GOODS, Oklahoma City OK (NSC) WAHL, TIM ( HOF - 2007 ) 1987 C PAY ‘N’ PAK, Bellevue WA** 1990 C SEAFIRST BANK, Bellevue WA 1991 C PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 C NHCD, Sioux City IA 1993 C NHCD, Sioux City IA 1997 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI 1999 C THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2000 C DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** WALFORD, OWEN 1978 P BOLTERS, Saginaw MI WALFORD, PAUL 1995 C TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL** 2000 IF NEW YORK SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY WALLIN, TERRY 1996 IF GATORS, Toronto ON 1997 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 1999 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 2000 IF DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** WALUSHKA, KRIS 2012 IF SOOKE LOGGERS, Sooke BC** WARD, RANDY 1984 OF PAGE BRAKE, Salt Lake City UT** WATLAND, GARY 1978 P ALL-AMERICAN BAR, St. Paul MN WAVERICK, KRIS 2011 C BAKERSFIELD SILVERHAWKS, Bakersfield CA** WAYMIRE, EDDIE 1957 P MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) WEAVER, MIKE 1979 IF TARRANT GLASS, Fort Worth, TX WEBER, RAY 1952 P WYOMING ANGUS, Johnstown CO WEISS, BILLY 1992 OF CLASS WALLS, Whiteford MD WELDON, DON 1970 P GENERAL ELECTRIC, Dallas TX WELLS, JERRY ( HOF- 1981 ) 1963 P HAYS ROOFING, Phoenix AZ 1965 P HAYS ROOFING, Phoenix AZ 1970 P SCHAEFFER-SMITH INSURANCE, Phoenix AZ WESTBROOK, CHARLIE 1983 OF STEPHENS UTILITIES, Houston TX** WESTMORELAND, DALE 1983 OF STEPHENS UTILITIES, Houston TX WESTOVER, MICKEY 1952 IF WHEELER TIRES, Salt Lake City UT (NSC)

ALL-WORLD PLAYERS

WHEELER, CHAPPIE 1957 U TRIMMERS, Whittier CA WHEELER, RAY 1968 IF COTTER CORP, Canon City CO WHITAKER, NICK 1975 OF FIREBIRDS, Tulsa OK WHITE, MICHAEL ( HOF - 2009 ) 1984 P ED SMITH WELDING, Bakersfield CA 1987 P TELECONNECT, Cedar Rapids IA 1989 P ALLSTEEL, Aurora IL 1991 P PENN CORP, Sioux City IA 1992 P NHCD, Sioux City IA 1995 P GATEWAY 2000 SOOS, Sioux City IA** 1996 P ALL CAR, Green Bay WI 2000 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL** 2002 P FRONTIER CASINO PLAYERS, St. Joseph MO 2004 P IMAGING SOLUTIONS, Fargo ND** WHITE, RON 2005 IF HALLMAN TWINS, Waterloo ON 2006 IF HALLMAN TWINS, Kitchener ON WHITE, STAN ( HOF -1970 ) 1951 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1952 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1953 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1954 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1955 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1956 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1957 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA WHITE, STAN (continued) 1960 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1962 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1963 C NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA WHITE, TOM 1983 OF DOME PETROLEUM, Calgary AB WHITTEN, SEAN 2009 P MIDWEST STAMPEDE, Bondurant IA** WHOMBLE, BUS 1955 C PHILLIPS 66, Okmulgee OK (NSC) WIEBE, TERRY 1992 IF BOMBERS, Clearwater FL WILLIAMS, BERT 1960 IF DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso WILLIAMS, GEORGE 1956 IF NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton OH WILLIAMS, JERRY 1977 IF BOMBERS, Vista CA WILLIAMS, JOE 1987 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** WILLIAMS, LOUIS 1952 C SOFTBALL CLUB, Calvert TX (NSC) WILLIAMS, RICH 1970 IF COUNTRY FAIR MARKET, Lamont CA WILLIAMS, ROB 1996 C DOLAN & MURPHY, Aurora IL** WILLIS, EDDIE ( HOF - 1977 ) 1953 C FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ 1954 C FIKE PLUMBERS, Phoenix AZ WILLS, BOB ( HOF - 2009 ) 1972 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA WILSON, ERIC 1992 DH THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** WILSON, JEFF 2007 DH ASHLAND METS, Ashland, OH WILSON, JOHN ( HOF - 1998 ) 1971 OF NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1973 OF JETS, Lakewood CA 1974 OF JETS, Lakewood CA WILSON, TRAVIS 2005 IF PATSYS, Massapequa NY 2006 IF PATSY’S OF NEW YORK, New York City NY 2007 IF PATSY’S New York City NY WISDOM, CLIFF 1997 IF SI SENOR AMIGOS** WITTAL, CLIFF 1978 IF MOLSON BREWERY, Regina SK WODTKE, JOHN 2003 IF FRONTIER CASINO PLAYER, St. Joseph MO

WOLFE, RYAN 2000 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2001 OF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE 2003 OF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2004 OF BROKEN BOW SPIRIT, Amsterdam NY 2006 OF THE FARM TAVERN, Madison WI** 2007 OF QUAKER RIVERSHARKS, Orillia ON 2008 OF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2009 OF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2010 OF KITCHENER RIVERSHARK TWINS, Kitchener ON 2011 OF JARVIS TRAVELERS, Jarvis ON WOOD, GALE 1964 P IMPALAS, Downey CA WOOD, TONY 1982 IF KINGS, Camarillo CA WOODS, CLYDE ( HOF - 2001 ) 1947 P ANDERSON SPTG GOODS, Oklahoma City OK (NSC) 1951 U STANFORD BUILDERS, Oklahoma City OK (NSC) 1952 U BARTLETT-COLLINS GLASS, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1955 OF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1956 OF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) 1957 OF SAPULPA BRICK & TILE, Sapulpa OK (NSC) WOODS, RON 1986 OF CHAMELEONS, Lakewood CA** WORDEN, LES 1953 U NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1954 C MARY STAR ALL-STARS, San Pedro CA (NSC) WRIGHT, LEROY 1977 C RENO TOYOTA, Reno NV WYATT, FRED 1995 IF TRAVELERS, Broken Bow NE WYCOFF, KENNY ( HOF - 1989 ) 1960 P DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso 1962 P DAUTRICH REALTY, El Paso Y_______________________________________________ YANTZI, DAN ( HOF - 2002 ) 1991 P EXPLORERS, Midland MI** 1993 P TWINS, Waterloo ON** Z_______________________________________________ ZACK, DARREN ( HOF - 2010 ) 1992 P MAGICIANS, Vancouver BC 1993 P GATORS, Toronto ON 1994 P GATORS, Toronto ON 1995 P GATORS, Toronto ON 1996 P GATORS, Toronto ON** 1998 P TAMPA BAY SMOKERS, Tampa FL** 2000 P DECATUR PRIDE, Decatur IL 2003 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI 2004 P COUNTY MATERIALS, Marathon WI ZECHMAN, DERRICK 2012 IF PENNSYLVANIA POWER, Harrisburg PA** ZEDIKER, STEVE 1984 C PENN CORP, Sioux City IA** 1988 C PENN CORP, Sioux City IA ZEIGER, JOHN 2010 C ADCO ELECTRIC/BP AIR, Staten Island NY** ZIMMERMAN, LEROY ( HOF - 1970 ) 1950 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA (NSC) 1951 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1952 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1953 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1954 P HOAK PACKERS, Fresno CA 1955 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1956 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1958 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1959 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA 1960 P NITEHAWKS, Long Beach CA ZINANTI, BOB 1986 C SUNS, Pueblo CO ZINK, STU ( HOF - 1980 ) 1977 C WARRIORS, Kingman AZ ZLORKLOVITS, NORM 1967 C O’KEEF CROSSROADS, Prince George BC ZOMAR, BRAD 1993 IF REGENTS, New Westminster BC** 1994 IF FAST AS FLITE, Abbotsford BC** ZUCATTO, DICK ( HOF - 2000 ) 1964 C REGINA CAFÉ, Etiwanda CA 1965 C BOMBERS, Pamona CA 1968 C BOMBERS, Rock Island IL

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Western US Region – Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. Also includes the western portion of Mexico east to a straight line from Presidio, TX to Vera Cruz and the western portion of Texas including El Paso, Hudspeth, Culbertson, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties. Central US Region – North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Illinois and all of Texas except El Paso, Hudspeth, Culbertson, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties. Also includes the portion of Mexico east of a straight line from Presidio, TX to Vera Cruz. Eastern US Region – Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Caribbean Islands and Washington, DC. Canada West Region – Metro Thunder Bay, ON and points west, Alaska, British Columbia, Yukon Territory, Alberta, Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Exception: Residents of Metro Thunder Bay may play in either Canada West or Canada East and be considered in region. Canada East Region – Ontario, east of Thunder Bay, Quebec, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Exception: Residents of Metro Thunder Bay may play in either Canada West or Canada East and be considered in region.

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INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS, INC. BY-LAWS NAME The name of this organization shall be the International Softball Congress. PURPOSE The purpose of the International Softball Congress shall be to create an interest in and promote men’s and boys’ fastpitch softball, to keep the game clean, and free from objectionable features, to make it a sport that will be attractive to lovers of all clean competitive sports, and to provide a series of games that lead up to ISC championships. BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Board of Directors of the International Softball Congress shall consist of all members of the Executive Committee, all Regional Commissioners and all At-Large Commissioners. OFFICERS The officers of the International Softball Congress shall be President, Secretary, Treasurer, all Vice Presidents (Canada, United States, Operations, Communications and Developmental) and the Chairman of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall consist of the officers elected by the Board of Directors. All officers will take office 30 days after being elected. DUTIES OF OFFICERS PRESIDENT: The President shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors, appoint members of standing committees, establish ad hoc committees, and assist the Executive Director. The President may attend all committee meetings with voice but without vote. PRESIDENT PRO-TEM: A President Pro-Tem appointed by the Executive Committee shall preside in the place of the President in case the President is unable to function. NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS: Shall have jurisdiction over, and be responsible for, the Regional Commissioners within their regions, or any special segment of ISC operations including Player Reps. SECRETARY: The Secretary shall record the minutes of all Board of Director and Executive Committee meetings and make them available for publication and distribution to the Board of Directors. VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS: shall have jurisdiction over, and be responsible for maintaining Outof-Region player lists, PRAWN lists and other lists; coordinate all changes in rules and ISC personnel and oversee the rankings committee, allocation of berths to ISC tournaments, and publication of the annual ISC Guide. VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS: shall have jurisdiction over, and be responsible for the web site and streaming operations and shall oversee dissemination of all news releases and other communications of the organization. TREASURER: The Treasurer shall receive all monies; issue checks; prepare corporate filings; and prepare a financial statement for the annual meeting. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: The Executive Committee Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the Executive Board and conduct the business of the Executive Committee. The position of Executive Committee Chairman is suspended indefinitely and the duties are to be shared by the ISC President and the ISC Executive Director. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Shall have jurisdiction over questions that may arise between annual meetings, which are not specifically covered by the By-Laws of the ISC. Shall have authority to approve Regional Commissioners, and the Umpire-in-Chief. Shall have the authority to make an interim appointment when an elected officer is unable to serve his full term. The Executive Committee shall, at their discretion, have authority to discipline any ISC person with a penalty up to and including suspension. UMPIRE-IN-CHIEF: Shall interpret the official playing rules for ISC tournament play; obtain, organize and assign umpires for the ISC World Tournament and the ISC II Tournament of Champions; and assign a protest committee for the World and ISC II tournaments. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Executive Director shall be appointed by the Board of Directors for a term of five years subject to an annual review and evaluation by the Executive Committee. The Board of Directors will also have the power of removal for cause, i.e. inability to function, misappropriation of funds, etc. The Executive Director shall not hold a commissionership nor have a vote. The Executive Director shall be responsible for the official day-to-day business of the International Softball Congress with the assistance of the Executive Committee as needed. The Executive Director shall serve as the General Manager of all ISC operations, maintain the corporate and business office of the ISC, coordinate publication of the annual yearbook and guide of the ISC and, with the concurrence of the elected Vice Presidents, appoint Regional Commissioners, At-Large Commissioners, and Specialists. The Executive Director shall appoint an Umpire-in-Chief and make all other decisions with the concurrence of the Executive Committee. MEETINGS The Board of Directors shall hold an annual meeting during the World Tournament. This meeting shall be conducted under Roberts’ Rules of Order, including election of officers. A mail, fax or e-mail vote may be

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taken. A Board of Directors member may submit a proxy vote for a bid city if he has to miss the meetings due to being involved in a World Tournament or ISC II Tournament of Champions game or a family emergency. A quorum shall consist of a majority of the eligible voting members; any action shall require a majority vote with the exception of procedures or actions for which Roberts’ Rules of Order requires a two-thirds vote. A special meeting may be called by the President, the time and place to be announced at least 30 days prior to the meeting. Board of Directors meetings will be open only to those who have paid their current commissioner dues. REGIONAL COMMISSIONERS 1) Shall have the authority to carry out and enforce the rules and regulations of the International Softball Congress within their own region. 2) Have the authority to designate deputy commissioners within their region. 3) Shall organize and conduct ISC competition according to the rules and procedures of the organization. 4) Regional commissioners shall pay an annual membership fee of $200. This fee must be paid not later than July 1 whether or not their champions participate in the ISC World Tournament. If the fee is not paid by July 1, a penalty of $25 will be added. 5) Regional commissioners shall be responsible for informing their qualifying teams of all championship entry fees - $400 World Tournament. 6) Shall serve on committees as assigned by the President. 7) Regional Vice Presidents and Regional Commissioner are to announce the dates and sites of their next season’s qualifying tournaments information no later than January 30 and have the tournament completed by July 15. 8) Qualifying Travel Leagues must declare their representative by July 5. 9) Commissioners shall follow the procedures and fulfill all obligations as outlined. In the event of non-compliance or lack of performance of obligations by a commissioner, the Executive Director shall direct the appropriate Vice-President to meet with the commissioner and attempt to resolve the situation. If that contact does not resolve the situation or non-compliance, the Executive Director and/or appropriate Vice-President shall request that the commissioner respond to the Executive Committee. In the event that such situations as described cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee, the committee may, upon recommendation of the Executive Director, mandate the removal of the commissioner from the Board of Directors of the International Softball Congress. 10) The Executive Director will provide a duties document which may expand the duties described above. AT-LARGE COMMISSIONERS The Executive Director shall appoint At-Large Commissioners with the approval of the Executive Committee. They serve a specialty role in the organization having interest, knowledge and a desire to be a voting member of the Board of Directors. They report to the Executive Director but for off-season voting purposes are attached to the regional vice president for the region in which they reside. At-Large Commissioners shall pay a $200 annual membership fee and will be entitled to voice and vote. ISC SPECIALISTS ISC Specialists are appointed by the Executive Director with the approval of the Executive Committee. Their area of expertise dictates their appointment to fill a specialty need in the organization. Specialists report to the Executive Director. Specialists are eligible for committee membership and are entitled to vote in said committee. Specialists do not pay a membership fee. ISC STANDING COMMITTEES The following are the standing committees of the ISC: Executive Committee, World Tournament Committee, Rules Committee, Hall of Fame Committee, Umpires Committee, ISC II Committee, Carrol Forbes Foundation Committee, Developmental Committee and Player Representatives Committee.

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RULES AND PROCEDURES ELIGIBILITY RULES 1. No team may qualify for or play in an ISC Championship Tournament with other than male players. 2. Any player is eligible to participate in the program of the International Softball Congress provided he has not violated any of the rules pertaining to the eligibility of the individual. 3. No player shall be permitted to receive any award other than a trophy, charm or any other appropriate honor award in keeping with his achievement. 4. No player becoming ineligible in any region will be permitted to play with any other region holding membership in the International Softball Congress until he has been cleared by the Regional Vice President where the violation occurred. 5. No one shall be permitted to participate in the program of the ISC who has misused any funds, owes the ISC fees or has property in their possession belonging to the ISC or any of its team sponsors.

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6. No player shall be eligible to participate in ISC sanctioned events if under suspension from any other national amateur softball association. 7. The ISC Executive Committee determines a given team’s base of operations or home city. 8. All leagues which are granted ISC Travel League status must extend the privilege of attendance, with voice, at all meetings of that organization to the ISC-appointed Regional Commissioner or Vice President. 9. Each ISC team is required to participate in invitational (or Qualifier) tournaments in both June and July. 10. All teams entering ISC qualifier or championship tournament play do so under the rules and jurisdiction of the ISC and acknowledge that the ISC has exclusive rights to promote and/or broadcast the games in any format. Also, the ISC may use team and/or player images or likenesses to promote the ISC. 11. Any rebroadcast, whole or in part, of any ISC World Tournament games without the express written consent of the International Softball Congress is strictly prohibited.

OFFICIAL RULES All games played in the ISC shall be played according to the Official Softball Playing Rules published annually by the Amateur Softball Assn (ASA). ASA rule books may be obtained from any ASA commissioner or from www.softball.org. PLAYING RULES • All games shall start at rainout point in case of delay, regardless of time. • Tournament rosters shall not be changed for any reason after they have been turned in at a time to be designated by the official in charge. • Only starting players may re-enter a game. • Any forfeit games will be recorded with a 2-0 final score. • The ISC mercy rule is 7-run lead after 5 innings, 12 runs after 4 innings or 15 runs after 3 innings. • The double bag (orange/white) will not be used at first base in ISC play. • All players and coaches must be dressed in full playing uniform, including caps of like style and color, for all ISC tournament games and ISC World Tournament (and ISC II) opening ceremonies. For all ISC World Tournament games, teams are required to wear contrasting uniform tops/jerseys. The team placed on the top line for the game on the official bracket sheet shall wear light jerseys; the team placed on the bottom line for the game shall wear dark or contrasting jerseys. Any exception to this rule shall be cleared by the ISC Executive Director or a member of the ISC Executive Committee prior to game time. All World Tournament teams must have a team picture taken by the official photographer prior to the start of their second World Tournament game. • The ISC uses the International Softball Federation (ISF) certified bat list. See the list at www.isfsoftball.com. • Courtesy runners are not allowed in ISC play. INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS PITCHING RULE Pitching in all ISC competition shall be governed by the current year’s Official Rules of Softball published and distributed by The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA), the national governing body for softball, WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS: Section 1. Preliminary to Delivery A. B  efore starting the delivery (pitch), the pitcher must have both feet on the ground within the 24-inch length of the pitcher’s plate. The shoulders shall be in a line with first and third bases. He shall take a position with the majority of his pivot foot on top of the pitcher’s plate and his non-pivot foot on or behind the pitcher’s plate. B. The pitcher shall hold the ball in both hands for not less than one second and not more than 10 seconds before releasing it. If the pitcher decides to pitch with the non-pivot foot to the rear and off the pitching plate, a backward step may be taken before, simultaneous with or after the hands are brought together. The pivot foot must remain in contact with the pitching plate and remain motionless at all times prior to the forward step of the non-pivot foot. Section 3. Legal Delivery C. In the act of delivering the ball, the pitcher must take one step simultaneous with the release of the ball. The step must be forward and toward the batter within the 24-inch length of the pitcher’s plate. It is not a step if the pitcher slides his pivot foot on the pitcher’s plate toward the batter or if the pivot foot turns or slides in order to push off the pitcher’s plate, provided contact is maintained with the plate. Raising the foot off the pitching plate and returning it to the plate creates a rocking motion and is an illegal act. Effect: Section 1-8 any Infraction of Section 1-8 as Revised in the Illegal Pitch.

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Effect: A. If the batter hits the ball and reaches first base safely and if all other runners have advanced at least one base if forced on the batted ball, the illegal pitch is cancelled. All action as a result of the batted ball stands. No option is given. B. O  therwise the manager has the option to take the result of the play, or the illegal pitch is enforced by awarding a ball to the batter and all runners return to the base previously held prior to the illegal pitch. If the illegal pitch is ball four, the batter is awarded first base. All other runners advance only if forced to do so by the batter becoming a baserunner. NOTE: If an illegal pitch hits the batter, the batter is awarded first base and all other runners are awarded one base only by the batter becoming a baserunner. FOREIGN SUBSTANCE RULE 1. The only acceptable substances for pitcher use will be powder rosin or Gorilla Gold. 2. When the ball gets too dark, the umpire will remove it from the game. 3. When the ball gets too dark a second time, an illegal pitch will be called and both teams will be cautioned that the next time a ball gets too dark, the pitcher and manager will be ejected from the game. 4. When the ball gets too dark a third time, an illegal pitch will be called and both the pitcher and the manager from the offending team will be ejected. ISC COMPETITIONS DISCLAIMER The International Softball Congress will not assume responsibility for personal injury to personnel or any of its members, and will not be liable for property loss in connection with its program. HOW TO ENTER ISC COMPETITIONS Contact your Regional Commissioner or Regional Vice President. If more information is needed, contact any officer listed in the front of this book. TRAVEL LEAGUE All sanctioned travel leagues must play a minimum of three rounds and/or a minimum of 14 games per team per season to qualify. A one-year grace period will be granted to any region or travel league that falls below the minimum. QUALIFYING TOURNAMENTS All qualifying tournaments shall be under the jurisdiction of the Regional Vice President or a Regional Commissioner and must be held within the geographical boundaries of the region. The Vice President or Regional Commissioner shall determine the site, dates, format, and entry fee. Umpires in qualifying tournaments must wear official ISC umpire shirts and caps. In locations where the VP or Regional Commissioner is involved in any way with a team, a three-man committee shall be appointed by the Executive Director to help with the conduct of the tournament. TEAM ROSTERS The official team roster shall be limited to 18 players. Players participating in the Developmental Program are also eligible to play on a World Tournament team. Team rosters are due three times per season and sent via e-mail attachment to the appropriate ISC Statisticians. Due dates are May 1 (PRAWN declaration and preliminary season roster), July 15 (deadline for rosters to appear in championship tournament programs) and the Monday preceding the start of ISC World Tournament (final and official championship roster). ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT / ISC II CHAMPIONSHIP ISC World Tournament shall be under the jurisdiction of the Executive Committee of the ISC. Any team forfeiting an ISC World Tournament or ISC II Championship game may not be eligible to share in any tournament travel funds, and all players, coaches and managers may be suspended from ISC competition for one year. Any team wanting to sell souvenir items at the World Tournament must provide such items on consignment to the souvenir chairperson for approval. Items will be offered at prevailing prices, with unsold items to be returned to the team. The items to be sold and proceeds from these items will be negotiated with the World Tournament host and the team involved. Games in ISC World Tournament and ISC II Championship will not begin earlier than 15 minutes before scheduled game time.

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Any team that does not abide by the contrasting jersey rule will automatically be declared the visiting team for the game. ELIGIBILITY The defending World Championship team shall have the privilege of defending its world title by invitation, providing said team has nine players on its roster from the previous year. The roster with the nine players must be turned in to the Executive Director by July 1. The city in which the World Tournament (ISC II) takes place may be represented by a Host City entry: the team may be chosen by invitation or elimination at the discretion of the Executive Committee. With the exception of the Defending Champions, Host Team, and International teams, only participants in ISC Qualifying Tournaments and invited teams will be permitted to enter the World Tournament. Team seeding in the World Tournament will be based on the final team rankings provided by the ISC ranking committee. TEAM ROSTER The official team roster shall be limited to 18 players and five replacements will be permitted. The key eligibility factor is that these replacement players must have played in at least one ISC qualifying event during the season. Players who have participated on teams or in leagues during the current year, and could not participate in the qualifying tournament and are otherwise eligible, may be selected. Rules under Rules and Procedures “Eligibility Rules� must be followed. Teams are required to submit an e-mailed roster 3 times per season: May 1, July 15 and the Monday preceding start of World Tournament. AWARDS Appropriate awards shall be presented at the conclusion of the World Tournament to the following: championship team (Carrol Forbes Memorial Trophy), runner-up team (Marv Casteel Memorial Trophy), third-place team(s), team displaying best sportsmanship (Frank Porth Memorial Award), best-dressed team (selected by host committee), most valuable player (Cleo Goyette Memorial Trophy), outstanding pitcher (Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Trophy), leading hitter, player with most RBIs and the ISC newcomer of the year (Kevin Herlihy Memorial Trophy). Members of the championship team will receive individual awards. Fifteen (15) players chosen on the ISC All-World first team will receive appropriate awards. An ISC All-World second team of fifteen (15) players shall also receive awards. ISC II awards shall be identical to World Tournament except the championship team award shall be the Gord Newman Memorial Trophy, only one all-ISC II team shall be named, and no newcomer of the year award. ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS An all-tournament team shall be selected from teams participating in all tournaments under the jurisdiction of the International Softball Congress. Fifteen players shall be named: three pitchers, two catchers, five infielders, four outfielders, and a designated hitter. The ISC Statistician (ISC II Statistician) shall tabulate all ballots and announce the official All-World team at the close of the World Tournament (ISC II). Ballots shall be accepted from each member of the All-Tournament Team committee as appointed by the ISC Statistician (ISC II Statistician). Only players having participated in four or more games shall be considered. The batting champion must have a minimum of 12 times at bat or 15 official appearances as a batter. The Most Valuable Player and Outstanding Pitcher are mandatory members of the All-World first team. ISC COMMISSIONER FEE SCHEDULE REGION COMMISSIONERS AND ALL ELECTED OFFICERS Region commissioners and officers shall pay an annual membership fee of $200 (US$). The fee must be paid whether or not their team(s) participates in the ISC World Tournament. AT-LARGE COMMISSIONERS At-Large Commissioners shall pay a $200 (US$) annual membership fee. Specialists do not pay a membership fee.

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TOURNAMENT ENTRY FEE SCHEDULE Each qualifying team to an ISC World Tournament must meet its obligations to the ISC or entry will not be accepted. ISC QUALIFYING TOURNAMENTS Any team entering a Qualifying Tournament shall pay an entry fee as specified by the commissioner in charge or tournament director. ISC WORLD TOURNAMENT ISC World Tournament teams shall pay a $400 (US$) entry fee. Defending Champions, Host Team and all invited teams shall pay a $400 (US$) entry fee. All entry fees are to be paid by July 10. Payment must be received by the deadline or team may not be included in the World Tournament schedule. NOTE: In the event a team does not meet its obligation, the total fee will be retained. TEAMS/PLAYERS OUT-OF-REGION PLAYER FEES The first three Out-of-Region players per team will be assessed $100 (US$) each. Additional Out-of-Region players on each team, beyond three, will be assessed $300 (US$) each. All Out- of-Region fees, with the properly completed Letter of Intent form (or e-mailed commitment), must be postmarked no later than May 1 to the ISC Executive Director. Out-of-region players may be added to a team’s roster between May 2 and June 15, with the properly e-mailed commitment and will be assessed a fee of $500 (US$) each. DEFINITIONS 1. RESIDENCY a) REGION PLAYERS All players must maintain primary residence and be available for legal employment, as of May 1, in the region governing the team with which a player competes. A temporary residence does not qualify as a primary residence. Transfer of employment to another region is acceptable until June 15 of the current season. Any player moving to another region or travel league after May 1 of the current year and wishing to play in an ISC tournament or travel league shall make it known and be approved by the ISC Executive Director no later than June 15. This rule shall also apply to player changes for the host team and the defending champions. It shall be the responsibility of both the commissioner and the player to get a clearance before playing with another team after moving to another region or travel league. All commissioners shall receive a list of players who have been approved to play for another team after having moved to another region or travel league. The Executive Committee shall make the decision, and in no case shall anyone play if not approved by June 15. b) PLAYERS OUTSIDE REGION If a player wishes to play in an ISC region and/or travel league outside of his geographic region of residence whether that region be under ISC jurisdiction or not, he must e-mail his intention with ISC headquarters by May 1 annually. A check, money order or credit card information as specified by the ISC Out-of-Region Fee Schedule, must be submitted with the Team Out of Region Recap Form by the team. Upon approval of the Out of Region request by the ISC Executive Director, the out-of-region player will be bound to that team for the entire season and cannot play in ISC programs in his or any other region or travel league until the following season. Team rosters for all ISC play shall be restricted to the same two (2) out-of-region pitchers for the entire season. Pitcher is defined as any player on an 18-man roster who pitches in any ISC competition. Any team having more than two Out-of-Region pitchers must declare the team’s two Out-of-Region World Tournament pitchers by July 15 to the ISC Executive Director. Out-of-Region pitchers not declared for World Tournament participation may request release from the team and be made available to other teams for World Tournament play. Approved out-of-region players are eligible to be picked up by another team entered in World Tournament. Notification of approved out-of region players will be made to ISC commissioners by the Executive Director. Approved out-of-region players on all ISC teams must play in at least one approved ISC Qualifying event or in invitational tournaments in both June and July, with their current year’s team, to be eligible for World Tournament play.

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In the case of travel league teams, approved out-of-region players must play in at least six games (exceptions must be approved by the ISC Executive Director) to be eligible for World Tournament play. Teams with predetermined berths to the ISC World Tournament (defending champions, host team and invited team) are exempt from the six-game travel league rule. Each team will be allowed one exception to the requirement that out of region players must play in either an approved ISC qualifying event or an invitational in both June and July. If a player signs a letter of intent and does not play in an official ISC Qualifying event by June 1, he can notify the ISC Executive Director for a withdrawal of his letter of intent. After the May 1 Out-of-Region deadline, a team may apply to the appropriate Regional Commissioner or Vice President for a player replacement due to a hardship case. If hardship is approved, the replaced player will be ineligible for ISC competition for the current year. If a player is within an ISC Region which does not send a team to the ISC World or ISC II Championships, the player may be picked up to play by another team outside that player’s designated region. This is subject to PRAWN rules and Out-of-Region form and fees. 2. PRAWN RESTRICTIONS A PRAWN (Player Rep All World Name) list will be maintained by the ISC containing each name of the two all-world teams for the most recent five years, including MV Player and Outstanding Pitcher. The PRAWN list will be released on Al’s list by August 30 each year and posted on the ISC Web site as soon as possible. For 2011 and beyond, teams will be limited to 5-PRAWN players (combination of one pitcher and position players), plus age related exceptions that may have been named all-World in the last three years – only one of which may be a pitcher. Teams are still limited to two OOR pitchers for the season. All teams must name their PRAWNs to the Executive Director by May 1 each year. Current hardship rule will be allowed given the following: the team replacing the player is still required to abide by the PRAWN limits for both players and pitchers. E.g. if the player being replaced is a pitcher with PRAWN status then that team may replace that pitcher with another PRAWN pitcher. No team may add a PRAWN to their roster until their total PRAWN count falls below 5. AGE EXCEPTION FOR PRAWNs If a non-PRAWN player makes an All-World team in the calendar year of or after their 45th birthday, that player will only be considered a PRAWN player for one year. PRAWN players who have made or make an All-World team in the calendar year of their 41st through 44th birthday can request to be excluded from the PRAWN list in the calendar year of their 46th birthday by providing proof of age to the Executive Director by May 1 of each year. PRAWN Extension A PRAWN that plays in more than one tournament for a team prior to the World Tournament, but is not included on that team’s roster for the ISC World Tournament, and does not participate for any other team in the World Tournament, will have his PRAWN status extended for one additional year. PRAWN Exception If a non-PRAWN player or players makes an all-World team in the current year, that team will be allowed to carry that player or players until such time that a PRAWN player leaves the team or drops out of the 3-year criterion. If a player makes all-World while with team A and they have 5-current PRAWN players, then team A would be able to carry 6-PRAWN’s until one of the 6-leaves the team (or they fall outside the 3-year boundary), then they will only be allowed 5-PRAWN’s for the following year. This exception does not apply to the 1-PRAWN pitcher stipulation.

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A Tribute to Bruce & Meshion a photographer [fə’tagrəfə] n (Business / Professions) a person who takes photographs, either as a hobby or a profession Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged By Blair Setford Late in the winter of 2012, I contacted Bruce Hackett to inquire if he would be interested in being the official photographer for the upcoming ISC World Tournament in Midland. It didn’t take long for Bruce to agree. He would be bringing along partner Meshion McDaniels. We were all looking forward to August and the big tournament. Along the way, Bruce snapped photos and published the best of them on Facebook from about 10 events that he played in that summer. Bruce plays a lot of ball. Practically every weekend. Meshion is right there alongside, with her camera as well. Fast forward to Midland in August. Bruce is playing for the New York Bombers. He literally sets down his the camera, walks on the field and plays, then changes out of his spikes and picks his camera up to shoot some more. “Bruce, if you want, just concentrate on the games at Emerson Park,” I said on the opening weekend. “No, we want to get the games over at Red Coats, too,” he replied. “Bruce, we definitely need to focus on the guys who will be all-world for the Guide,” I said. “Don’t worry,” said Bruce. “We’ll get them, but we want to get everyone else, too.” And they did. By the end of the tournament, Bruce and Meshion were shooting over 10,000(!) frames per day. Through nine days, they shot over 57,000(!!) photographs – a staggering amount. Back home in upstate New York, Bruce and Meshion then spent hundreds of hours over the next four months editing and reviewing their work and eventually published over 8,000(!!!) pictures of the 2012 ISC World Tournament and associated events. Never before in the history of our tournament has it been so well documented. See it for yourself at http://hackettball.sharepoint. com/Pages/2012ISCPhotography.aspx Bruce and Meshion – you`ve definitely earned the rest in 2013. The ISC, players, coaches, managers, sponsors, fans and umpires thank you heartily for all of your dedication! And strangely, when I looked up the definition of photographer, I found your photos there.

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