Category: NSA AA Super Worlds

2007 NSA AA Super Worlds

2007 held at St. Louis, Missouri


Champion – Team Combat/Benfield/Dalsanders, Seattle, WA
Runner Up – Aubrey’s/MIT/Elite Sports/Phone Masters, Savannah, GA


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Team Combat/Benfield/Dalsanders, Seattle, WA 4-1
2. Aubrey’s/MIT/Elite Sports/Phone Masters, Savannah, GA 4-2
3. Brewzkeez/Bambino’s/Worth, St. Louis, MO 3-2
4. Meyer Logistics/TAI/Elite, St. Louis, MO 2-2
5t. GTL/Combat, Othello, WA 1-2
5t. ABS/Easton, Baltimore, MD 1-2
7t. Reid Builders, Marion, IL 1-2
7t. Brewzkeez/Bambino’s/Worth, St. Louis, MO 1-2
9. Tapout, Columbia, MO 0-2

2006 NSA AA Super Worlds

2006 held at St. Louis, Missouri


Champion – Benfield/Reece/Shade on the Canal/Easton/AM Las Vegas, Vienna, VA
Runner Up – Specialty Tank/Creative Stucco/K&G Sports/Worth, Columbus, OH


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Benfield/Reece/Shade on the Canal/Easton/AM Las Vegas, Vienna, VA 4-1
2. Specialty Tank/Creative Stucco/K&G Sports/Worth, Columbus, OH 4-2
3. Smith Softball/Combat/DSS Bats, San Jose, CA 3-2
4. Team Illinois/Reds/Tanel 360/TPS, Duckhead, KY 2-2
5t. Phone Masters, St. Louis, MO 2-2
5t. Twisters/Outfit, St. Louis, MO 2-2
7t. Pete’s Inn/Easton, Kansas City, MO 1-2
7t. Team Combat, Kent, WA 1-2
9t. Brewzkeez/Bambino’s/Worth, St. Louis, MO 0-2
9t. R&D/AAA/Easton, Nashville, TN 0-2

2005 NSA AA Super Worlds

2005 held at Lexington, Kentucky


Champion – AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Reece/Belcher/Shade/Easton, Manassas, VA
Runner Up – Quick Roofing/Alabama Brick/Doc’s/Easton, Dallas, TX


FINAL STANDINGS

1. AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Reece/Belcher/Shade/Easton, Manassas, VA 4-0
2. Quick Roofing/Alabama Brick/Doc’s/Easton, Dallas, TX 5-2
3. Team Stucco/TPS, Cincinnati, OH 2-2
4. Watanabe/Alpine/Kattus/TTP/TPS, Cincinnati, OH 2-2
5. Beradi’s/Team LTP/TPS, Lexington, KY 1-2
5. Team Combat/Kluever’s Snap On/3N2, Kent, WA 1-2
7. Bertie’s/Old School, Bowling Green, KY 0-2
7. Dirt Be Gone, Mt Zion, IL 1-2
9. Team AH/Easton, Dayton, OH 0-2

2004 NSA AA Super Worlds

2004 held at Lexington, KY


Champion – B&J Logging/Snap-on/Mizuno, Sandoval, IL
Runner Up – Aubrey’s/TPS, Savannah, GA


FINAL STANDINGS

1. B&J Logging/Snap-on/Mizuno, Sandoval, IL
2. Aubrey’s/TPS, Savannah, GA
3. O&S Cattle/Matheson/Pov’s/Mizuno, South St. Paul, MN
4. Team Synergy by Easton, Orlando, FL
5t. Creative Stucco, Columbus, OH
5t. Alpine/Diamond/Team AH Softball, Cincinnati, OH
7t. L&L Painting/Alabama Brick/TPS, Montgomery, AL
7t. Berties/Old School, Brownsville, KY
9t. Central Paving, Indianaapolis, IN
9t. Watanabe/K&G/New Construction, Cincinnati, OH
9t. McNair Sports, McKenzie, TN
9t. Berardi’s/Tek Serve/TPS, Lexington, KY
13. Benfield/Alesium/Reece/Shade/Easton, Fairfield, VA

2003 NSA AA Super Worlds

2003 held at Plano, Texas


Champion – Benfield Electric/Worth, Fairfield, VA
Runner Up – B&J Logging/Kluevers Snap-On-Tools/Worth


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Benfield Electric/Worth, Fairfield, VA 4-1
2. B&J Logging/Kluevers Snap-On-Tools/Worth, Sandoval, IL 4-2
3. Mountain Top/USA Cash/TPS, Brighton, MI 5-2
4. Aubreys/Powerhouse, Savannah, GA 4-2
5t. Watanabe/K & G Sports/Joe Corbi’s Pizza/TPS, Cincinnati, OH 2-2
5t. Alesium/Reece/Hinson Investments/Shade Restaurant/Easton, Las Vegas, NV 1-2
7t. Quick Roofing, Euless, TX 2-2
7t. David Stanley Bombers 2-2
9t. Oklahoma Demarini, Oklahoma City, OK 1-3
9t. Meridan Softball, Houston, TX 0-3
9t. Big Apple Cafe, Lancaster, TX 0-3
9t. Cash Plus Pawn, Mansfield, TX 0-3

2002 NSA AA Super Worlds

2002 held at Plano, Texas


Champion – Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton, Wilmington, NC
Runner Up – Phonemasters/K&G Sports/Schwinng/TPS


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Chase/Reece/Roosters/Easton, Wilmington, NC 4-1
2. Phonemasters/K&G Sports/Schwinng/TPS, North Vernon, IN 5-2
3. Lighthouse Babtist/Sports World/Easton, Chattanooga, TN 4-2
4. Mountain Top/Advanced/Cash USA/TPS, Brighton, MI 4-2
5t. Twin States/Worth, Montgomery, AL 2-2
5t. Mid South/TPS, Portage, IN 1-2
7t. Budweiser/Summerlin/Team Experts/Worth, Coll. Station, TX 2-2
7t. Hooters/B&B/Rew/Mizuno, Overland Park, KS 2-2
9t. Meridian Softball Club, Houston, TX 1-2
9t. Strike Zone, San Antonio, TX 0-2
9t. Turn Two Softball, Arlington, TX 0-2
9t. Doc’s/Mizuno, Sioux City, IA 0-2
13. Texans Softball Club, Houston, TX 0-2

2001 NSA AA World Series

2001 tournament site unknown


Champion – KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS, Pasadena, TX 0-2 3-0 3-2
Runner Up – Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Commack, NY 2-0 2-2 4-2


  • MVP Award – Jamie Wisham, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Outstanding Defensive Player – John Hackenburg, Gas Heaven/Worth

NSA AA All Tournament Team

  • Jamie Wisham, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Mike Rayburn, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Tim McLendon, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Billy Blake, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Tony Ashcraft, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Mark Schobel, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • Ken Scobee, KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS
  • John Hackenburg, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • Mike Dill, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • Aaron Oburn, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • Dewey Fussell, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • Andy Ahko, Gasoline Heaven/Worth

FINAL STANDINGS

Place-Team-City-Round Robin-Bracket- Total
1. KCS/BEP/JDS/TPS, Pasadena, TX, 0-2 3-0 3-2
2. Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Commack, NY, 2-0 2-2 4-2
3. Reece/Roosters/Astros/Easton, Canal Winchester, OH, 1-1 1-2 2-3
4. Kleuver’s Snap-on/Easton, Metamora, IL, 1-1 0-2 1-3

2000 NSA AA Super Worlds

2000 Tournament Site Unknown


  • MVP – Sterling Ibrom, AJA/TPS (23-28, .821, 7 HRs, 19 RBIs, 20 Runs)
  • Outstanding Defensive Player – Kevin Johnson, AJA/TPS
  • HR Leader – James Dovzak, AJA/TPS (22-28, .786, 27 RBIs, 16 Runs) – 10
  • Batting Leader – Sterling Ibrom, AJA/TPS – .821

NSA AA SUPER ALL WORLD TEAM

  • Aaron Oburn, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • Dewey Fuffell, Gasoline Heaven/Worth
  • John Heller, Sunnyvale/Easton
  • Larry Carter, Sunnyvale/Easton
  • Jacques Millier, Sunnyvale/Easton
  • Bryson Baker, Long Haul/TPS
  • Kent Johnson, Long Haul/TPS
  • Jeff Ott, Long Haul/TPS
  • Shawn Demars, Long Haul/TPS
  • James Dovzak, AJA/TPS (22-28, .786, 10 HRs, 27 RBIs, 16 Runs)
  • Mark Schobel, AJA/TPS (19-24, 3 HRs, .791, 3 HRs, 9 RBIs, 16 Runs)
  • Bob Gilbert, AJA/TPS (20-28, .714, 5 HRs, 19 RBIs, 18 Runs)

OTHERS

  • Alan Tanner, AJA/TPS (17-24, .708, 5 HRs, 22 RBIs, 15 Runs)
  • Kevin Johnson, AJA/TPS (14-21, .667, 1 HR, 8 RBIs, 13 Runs)
  • Kirk Stafford, AJA/TPS (16-26, .643, 5 HRs, 18 RBIs, 17 Runs)

FINAL STANDINGS

1. AJA/TPS, South Houston, TX 5-0
2. Long Haul/TPS, Albertville, MN 6-2
3. Sunnyvale Valve/TPS, Sunnyvale, CA 2-2
4. Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Commack, NY 2-2
5t. Team Snap/Winzer/Worth, San Pablo, CA 2-2
5t. Southern Tag & Label, Mountain Home, AR 3-2
7t. StrikeZone/Worth, San Antonio, TX 3-2
7t. Houston Merchants/Dudley, Houston, TX 1-3
9t. RSH/Worth, Jackson, MS 2-2
9t. The Mob, Angleton, TX 0-3
9t. Top Dog, San Antonio, TX 0-3
9t. Budweiser/Williams, College Station, TX 0-3

1998 NSA AA World Series Standings

1998 held at Indianapolis, Indiana on August 28-30.


  • MVP: Jamie Wisham, Herb’s (.828-5 HRs)
  • HRs: Jacques Millier, Tiger (17)
  • Offense: Pete Roberts, Central Paving (20-20–1.000)
  • Defense: Dan Zenovka, Herb’s

NSA A SUPER WORLDS ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM

  • Zenovka Wisham, Herb’s/KCS/TPS
  • Jon Meyers, Herb’s/KCS/TPS
  • Ed Starcher, Herb’s/KCS/TPS
  • Jeff Smith, Herb’s/KCS/TPS
  • Mike Brodzinski, Long Haul/Grover/Mizuno
  • Rob Darhower, Long Haul/Grover/Mizuno
  • Tim Magner, Long Haul/Grover/Mizuno
  • Keith Brady, Reece/Sports World/Chip’s/TPS
  • Steve Ellis, Reece/Sports World/Chip’s/TPS
  • Brian Justice, Reece/Sports World/Chip’s/TPS
  • Jacques Millier, Tiger/ChecKing/AirTransat/TPS
  • Dave Koser, Tiger/ChecKing/AirTransat/TPS

BATTING

Pete Roberts, Central Paving 1.000
Jacques Millier, Tiger .857
Dave Koser, Tiger .853
Joe Ambrose, Joe Black’s .842
Jan Moss, Central Paving .833
Rick Jackson, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys .833
Jamie Wisham, Herb’s .828
Larry Huff, K&G .828
Mike Brodzinski, Long Haul .821
Marty Lanoux, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys .821
Dan Dixon, Gasoline Heaven .818
Craig McKenna, Gasoline Heaven .818
Keith Brady, Reece .815
Jon Meyers, Herb’s .812
Tim Millette, RPM .812
Jim Elkin, Central Paving .810
Randy Lucas, Central Paving .808
Mark Gabourel, Tiger .808
Ken Dain, RPM .800
Jason Sterling, K&G .800
Rob Darhower, Long Haul .800
Dennis Turner, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys .800
Tim Magner, Long Haul .795

HOME RUNS

Jacques Miller, Tiger 17
Brett Helmer, Tiger 15
Mike Lane, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys 12
Jan Moss, Central Paving 11
Brian Garrett, K&G 10
Brian Justice, Reece 10
Keith Brady, Reece 9
Don Copelan, Herb’s 9
Jeff Smith, Herb’s 9
Dennis Turner, N.A.S.T.Y. Boys 9


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Herb’s/KCS/TPS, San Diego, Calif. 5-0
2. Long Haul/Grover/Mizuno, Albertville, Minn. 6-2
3. Reece/Sports World/Chip’s/TPS, Lebanon, Tenn. 3-2
4. Tiger/ChecKing/AirTransat/TPS, Somers, Conn. 6-2
5t. Joe Black’s/Lattof/TPS, Chicago, Ill. 2-2
5t. B&A, Cincinnati, Ohio 1-2
7t. Gasoline Heaven/Worth, Long Island, N.Y. 3-2
7t. Central Paving/TPS, Decatur, Ill. 2-2
9t. K&G/TPS, North Vernon, Ind. 2-2
9t. RPM/TPS, Concord, Calif. 2-2
9t. Jett Door, Houston, Texas 2-2
9t. Mercer Machine, Indianapolis, Ind. 2-2
13t. Backstop/Easton, Aurora, Ind. 2-2
13t. N.A.S.T.Y. Boys/TPS, St. Louis, Mo. 2-2
13t. T’s 13, Nebraska 0-2
13t. Galyan’s, Indiana 0-2
17t. JWM/Easton, Riverside, Calif. 1-2
17t. Planet/New/TPS, Lexington, Ky. 1-2
17t. Ultimate Sports, Indiana 1-2
17t. Chase Mortgage, Wilmington, N.C. 0-2
17t. Gil’s Arizona Heat/Easton, Phoenix, Ariz. 0-2
17t. Universal Dome, Fort Wayne, Ind. 0-2
17t. Golden Graham/14 kt Gold, Dayton, Ohio 0-2


WINNERS BRACKET

Tiger 27, Universal 0
N.A.S.T.Y. 63, Golden Graham 25 (4 innings)
JWM 34, Mercer 7 (3 innings)
Backstop 25, Gil’s 18
Gasoline Heaven 40, Ultimate 18 (5 innings)
K&G 30, Chase 29
Jett 23, T’s 5
Planet/New 30, RPM 29
Herb’s 40, Tiger 37
Long Haul 35, N.A.S.T.Y. 33
Central Paving 40, JWM 32
Reece 38, Backstop 30
Gasoline Heaven 48, K&G 34
Jett 31, Galyan’s 16
Joe Black’s 27, Planet/New 23
Herb’s 56, Long Haul 54
B&A 35, Central Paving 30
Reece 42, Gasoline Heaven 38
Joe Black’s 48, Jett 31
Herb’s 43, B&A 13
Reece 23, Joe Black’s 22
Herb’s 58, Reece 57

LOSERS BRACKET

Mercer 22, Planet/New 20
K&G 42, Golden Graham 22
Backstop 37, Universal 35
RPM 30, JWM 29
Tiger 31, Gil’s 10
N.A.S.T.Y. 54, Ultimate 33
Mercer 23, Galyan’s 19
K&G 53, Central 31 (5 innings)
RPM 34, T’s 30
Tiger 54, N.A.S.T.Y. 43
Long Haul 25, Mercer 6
Central Paving 41, K&G 21
Gasoline Heaven 44, RPM 36
Tiger 39, Jett 19 (5 innings)
Long Haul 59, Central Paving 40
Tiger 25, Gasoline Heaven 20
Long Haul 26, Joe Black’s 6
Tiger 36, B&A 6 (4 innings)
Long Haul forfeit over Tiger
Long Haul 50, Reece 29 (5 innings)

CHAMPIONSHIP

Herb’s 44, Long Haul 27

1998 NSA AA Report

Herb’s posted an undefeated record (5-0) to claim the title trophy in the NSA Class AA World Series Aug. 28-30 at the Indianapolis Sports & Fitness Center. Herb’s outlasted Long Haul 56-54 in a second-round matchup, then ran into Long Haul again in the finals. The score this time was 44-27. In the first meeting, Herb’s roared into a 29-3 lead, then had to survive a 22-run outburst by Long Haul in the bottom of the seventh. Herb’s was a 58-57 winner over Reece/TPS of Lebanon, Tenn., in the winners bracket finals when Jeff Smith homered to lead off the bottom of the seventh. Reece then was eliminated 50-29 by Long Haul. The MVP selection was veteran Jamie Wisham of Herb’s. He batted .828 (24-for-29). Jacques Millier of fourth-place Tiger/ChecKing/AirTransat, led in home runs with 17 (in 8 games). Herb’s other pace-setters included Jon Meyers at .812, Dan Zenovka .774, P. J. Jones .760, Glenn Dolezal .742, Ed Starcher .727, Smith .710 and George Sampson .704. Smith and Don Copelan each had 9 homers, while teammates Dolezal, Starcher and Sampson each had 7. Wisham, Meyers and Zenovka each had 5 HRs in Herb’s balanced attack. Long Haul leaders included Mike Brodzinski at .821, Rob Darhower at .800, Tim Magner at .795, Ted Larson at .765, Mike Stanley at .730 and Butch Smith at .724. Magner and Doug Johnson each had 8 homers, while Smith and Chaun Demars each had 7 and Stanley and Dan Houchin 6 each. Pete Roberts of Central Paving chalked up a remarkable average of 1.000. He was 20-for-20. Millier and Tiger teammate Dave Koser turned in .857 and .853 averages, respectively, while Joe Ambrose of Joe Black’s was at .842. Jan Moss of Central and Rick Jackson of N.A.S.T.Y. Boys were at .833. Brett Helmer, a Tiger pick-up from the Wessel/Hague team, totaled 15 home runs. Mike Lane of N.A.S.T.Y. had 12, Moss 11 and Brian Justice of Reece 10. Smith and Copelan of Herb’s, Keith Brady of Reece and Dennis Turner of N.A.S.T.Y. each had 9 HRs. There were upsets aplenty. Chase was stunned with an 0-2 record. Chase lost first to a Class A team, K&G/TPS of North Vernon, Ind., 30-29, when K&G scored 13 runs in the bottom of the seventh. The other loss was 16-14 to Ultimate Sports, another Class A team from Indianapolis. Gar King, an Indiana native who plays regularly with Resmondo/Sod of Florida, won the game with a home run. JWM won one game, then was upset 40-32 by Central Paving and 30-29 by California rival RPM. Planet/New, fourth-place finisher in the ISA, was 1-2 too, losing 27-23 to Joe Black’s/Lattof/TPS of Chicago and 22-20 to a Class A team, Mercer Machine of Indianapolis. Backstop and N.A.S.T.Y. Boys, a surprising third in the ISA, each went 2-2 and wound up in a tie for 13th. Backstop lost to Reece 38-30, then was eliminated 53-31 by K&G. N.A.S.T.Y. lost to Long Haul 35-33, then was ousted 54-43 by Tiger. The “Boys” scored almost 200 runs in four games, winning one game by 63-25 in 4 innings and another by 54-33. Herb’s and Tiger met in an early round, with Herb’s winning 40-37. Herb’s other win was over B&A of Cincinnati (43-13). B&A, a Class A team, drew a bye, then got a forfeit before upsetting Central Paving 35-30 on the strength of a 26-run top of the first. B&A tied for fifth with Joe Black’s. Tied for seventh were Gasoline Heaven and Central Paving. Tied for ninth were RPM, K&G, Mercer and Jett Door of Houston. T’s 13 of Nebraska and Galyan’s of Indianapolis were in the group tied for 13th — with Backstop and N.A.S.T.Y. Gil’s Arizona Heat of Phoenix was another team that suffered an 0-2 fate. Gil’s drew Backstop and lost 25-18, then ran into Tiger in the losers bracket and lost 31-10.RPM was eliminated 44-36 by Gasoline Heaven, which then was ousted by Tiger 25-20.