Category: NSA Super Worlds

1986 NSA Super Worlds

1986 held at Houston, Texas


Champion – Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
Runner Up – Texas Sports, Houston, TX and CDI, Oklahoma City, OK (CDI won coin flip for 2nd)


Steele’s beat Texas Sports 25-4 in the Winner’s Bracket finals. Texas Sports upset Smythe Sox 22-19 to reach the winner’s bracket final. Once in the loser’s bracket, CDI of Oklahoma City eliminated Smythe Sox 17-16 and then eliminated Stone City Cannans of San Antonio 18-9 in the loser’s bracket. Then, while they were about to play Texas Sports in the loser’s bracket final for the right to play Steele’s for the championship, the rains came and washed away the tournament. Undefeated Steele’s (7-0) was declared the champ, CDI won a coin flip over Texas sports to claim second place. Stone City was fourth, while the Smythe Sox (5-2) and Budweiser Right On of Houston tied for fifth. Mike Macenko recorded 21 consecutive hits to start the tournament on his way to the MVP Award.


  • MVP – Mike Macenko, Steele’s Sports (27-31, .871, 15 HRs, 24 RBIs)
  • HR Leader – Charles Wright, Steele’s (31-54, .574, 39 RBIs) – 21
  • Batting Leader – Mike Macenko, Steele’s – .871

NSA Super Worlds All-World Team (incomplete)

  • Mike Macenko, Steele’s Sports (27-31, .871, 15 HRs, 24 RBIs)
  • Charles Wright, Steele’s Sports (31-54, .574, 21 HRs, 39 RBIs)
  • Craig Elliott, Steele’s Sports (27-35, .771, 17 HRs, 31 RBIs)
  • Mike Bolen, Steele’s Sports
  • Dennis Graser, Steele’s Sports
  • Doug Roberson, Steele’s Sports
  • Greg Schulte, Texas Sports

*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team (Texas Sports, CDI and Stone City players)


FINAL STANDINGS (incomplete)
1. Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH 7-0
2. Texas Sports, Houston, TX
2. CDI, Oklahoma City, OK 6-2
4. Stone City Cannans, San Antonio, TX
5t. Smythe Sox, Houston, TX 5-2
5t. Budweiser Right-On, Houston, TX

*No info available on the remaining teams (20 total), records and their finish

Wamble Insurance, Houston TX
Houston Hawks, Houston TX
Williams’ Stars, Houston TX
Traux, Houston TX
Kace, Houston TX
Phelps Insurance, Houston TX
Dallas, DeSoto TX
Austin Toyota, Austin, TX
Ardis Roofing, Greenwood, SC
Athletic Shop, Hammond, LA
– plus the 4 other teams that also entered

2001 NSA Super Worlds

Held at Fort Wayne, Indiana

Champion – Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN
Runner Up – Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS, Columbus, OH

  • MVP Award – Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/TPS (18-21, 0 BB, 9 HRs, 26 RBIs, 15 Runs – 18-21, .857 OB%)
  • Outstanding Defensive Player – Todd Martin, Long Haul/TPS
  • Batting Leader – Jeff Hall, Dan Smith (13-15) – .867
  • Home Run Leader – Dewayne Nevitt, Dan Smith/Easton- 13

NSA ALL WORLD TEAM

  • Hank Garris, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (12-16, 5 BB, 3 HRs, 6 RBIs, 14 Runs – 17-21, .810 OB%)
  • Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (18-21, 0 BB, 9 HRs, 26 RBIs, 15 Runs – 18-21, .857 OB%)
  • Todd Martin, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (17-22, 0 BB, 10 HRs, 21 RBIs, 16 Runs – 18-22, .818 OB%)
  • Mike Shenk, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (16-20, 1 BB, 11 HRs, 23 RBIs, 17 Runs – 17-21, .810 OB%)
  • John Mello, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (13-16, 1 BB, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs, 11 Runs – 14-17, .824 OB%)
  • Andy Purcell, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS 14-17, 1 BB, 3 HRs, 11 RBIs, 13 Runs – 16-18, .833 OB%)
  • Albert Davis, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
  • Demond Thomas, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
  • Paul Brannon, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
  • Larry Carter, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
  • Brett Helmer, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton
  • Carl Rose, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton
  • Dewayne Nevitt, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton
  • Rick Baker, Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS
  • Monty McCory, Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN 4-0
2. Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS, Columbus, OH 3-2
3. Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA 4-2
4. Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS, North Vernon, IN 2-2
5. Reece/Roosters/Astros/Easton, Canal Winchester, OH 2-2
6. Budweiser/Summerlein/1TT/MG/Easton, College Station, TX 3-2
7. Aftershock/Easton, Alameda, CA 1-2
8. Team AH, West Carolton, OH 1-2
9. Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH 0-3
10. Bay’s Refuel, Columbus, OH 0-3
11. Mid-South Cobras, Merrillville, TN 0-3

2000 NSA Super World Series

2000 held at South Bend, Indiana

Champion – Team TPS – Louisville, KY
Runner Up – Long Haul/TPS – Albertville, MN

  • MVP – Todd Martin, Team TPS
  • Defensive Player – Jason Kendrick, Team TPS
  • Offensive Player – Rob Schleede, Bell Corp/Easton
  • HR Leader – Bob Fisher, Long Haul Trucking/TPS – 17
  • Batting Leader – Rob Schleede, Bell Corp

NSA WORLD SERIES ALL WORLD TEAM

  • Todd Martin, Team TPS
  • Jason Kendrick, Team TPS
  • Hank Garris, Team TPS
  • Mike Shenk, Team TPS
  • Jeff Wallace, Team TPS
  • Rust Bumgardner, Team TPS
  • Brad Stiles, Team TPS
  • Rod Hughes, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
  • Wes Campbell, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
  • Kent Johnson, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
  • Ted Larson, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
  • Bob Fisher, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
  • Brett Helmer, Bell Corp/Easton
  • Dwayne Nevitt, Bell Corp/Easton
  • Todd Joerling, Bell Corp/Easton
  • Rob Schleede, Bell Corp/Easton
  • Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt Plastics
  • Dennis Mendoza, Sunbelt Plastics

1998 NSA Super World Series Standings

Held at Burlington, North Carolina on September 11-13.


Champion – Team TPS, Louisville, KY
Runner Up – Sunbelt/Dan Smith, Centerville, GA


  • MVP – Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (16-21–.762, 5 HRs)
  • HR Champion: Randy Kortokrax, Steele’s (13)
  • Batting Champion: Jeff Hall, Sunbelt (21-26–.808)
  • Outstanding Defense: Johnny Mello, Team TPS shortstop, and Todd Volkers, Sunbelt shortstop

NSA Super Worlds All-Tournament Team

  • Jeff Wallace, Team TPS
  • Rusty Bumgardner, Team TPS
  • Doug Kissane, Team TPS
  • Doug Roberson, Team TPS
  • Randell Boone, Team TPS
  • Mike Shenk, Team TPS
  • Jeff Hall, Sunbelt/Dan Smith
  • Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt/Dan Smith
  • Greg Harding, Sunbelt/Dan Smith
  • Johnny McCraw, Sunbelt/Dan Smith
  • Randy Kortokrax, Steele’s/R&D/Reda
  • Rob Schleede, Steele’s/R&D/Reda
  • David Hood, Steele’s/R&D/Reda
  • Larry Fredieu, Sierra/TPS
  • Mike Rodriguez, Sierra/TPS

BATTING

Jeff Hall, Sunbelt .808
Rob Schleede, Steele’s .765
Rusty Bumgardner, Team TPS .762
Jeff Wallace, Team TPS .762
Dewayne Frizzell, Lighthouse .750
Jason Kendrick, Sierra .733
Mike Rodriguez, Sierra .733
Larry Fredieu, Sierra .733
Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt .731
Jamie Wisham, Herb’s .727
Tracy Logan, Brandon’s .722
Greg Cannedy, Sierra .714
David Hood, Steele’s .714
Doug Kissane, Team TPS .706
Randell Boone, Team TPS .706
Albert Davis, Lighthouse .706
Johnny McCraw, Sunbelt .696

HOME RUNS

Randy Kortokrax, Steele’s 13
Greg Harding, Sunbelt 12
Tot Powers, Sunbelt 10
Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt 10
Britt Hightower, Sunbelt 9
Carl Rose, Lighthouse 8
Randell Boone, Team TPS 8
Jeff Hall, Sunbelt 8
Johnny McCraw, Sunbelt 8
Dewayne Frizzell, Lighthouse 7
Kerry Everett, Sierra 7
Rod Hughes, Steele’s 7
Johnny Mello, Team TPS 6
Doug Kissane, Team TPS 6
Howie Krause, Backstop 6
Hank Garris, Sierra 6
Albert Davis, Lighthouse 6
Kirk Stafford, Lighthouse 6
Scott Elliott, Lighthouse 6
Robbie Ergle, Lighthouse 6
Ricky Huggins, Lighthouse 6
David Hood, Steele’s 6
Lonnie Fox, Steele’s 6
Jeff Ott, Steele’s 6


STANDINGS

1. Team TPS, Louisville, Ky. 4-0
2. Sunbelt/Dan Smith, Centerville, Ga. 4-2
3. Steele’s/R&D/Reda, Brook Park, Ohio 3-2
4. Sierra/TPS, Reno, Nev. 2-2
5. Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, Ga. 2-2
5. Brandon’s, Wilmington, N.C. 2-2
7. Backstop/Easton, Aurora, Ind. 2-2
7. Herb’s/KCS/TPS, San Diego, Calif. 2-2
9. Chase/Easton, Wilmington, N.C. 0-2
9. Planet/New/TPS, Lexington, Ky. 0-2
9. Xtreme/Hinson/Worth, Little Rock, Ark. 0-2
9. Allison’s, Charlotte, N.C. 0-2

WINNERS BRACKET

Herb’s 27, Chase 26, 8 innings
Lighthouse 25, Brandon’s 8
Backstop 20, Planet/New 7
Sunbelt 32, Allison’s 0, 2 1/2 innings
Steele’s 36, Herb’s 28
Team TPS 38, Lighthouse 17, 5 innings
Sierra 30, Backstop 5, 3 innings
Sunbelt 34, Xtreme 9, 4 innings
Team TPS 42, Steele’s 17, 5 innings
Sunbelt 34, Sierra 14, 4 1/2 innings
Team TPS 26, Sunbelt 22
Herb’s 16, Planet/New 15, 8 innings
Lighthouse 42, Allison’s 3, 4 innings
Brandon’s 23, Xtreme 16
Backstop 29, Chase 11
Lighthouse 26, Herb’s 2, 5 innings
Brandon’s 31, Backstop 30
Sierra 42, Lighthouse 38
Steele’s 50, Brandon’s 29, 5 innings
Steele’s 14, Sierra 9
Sunbelt 29, Steele’s 18

CHAMPIONSHIP

Team TPS 33, Sunbelt 17

1998 NSA Major Super World Report

Team TPS posted a 4-0 record without a serious threat to win the NSA World Series (Sept. 11-13) at the Burlington, N.C., baseball park, and snap out a “tailspin” that had been lingering since the third weekend in June. Team TPS was the preseason No. 1, but had skidded to fourth in the Supreme Softball Top 25 rankings. Lighthouse/Worth jumped into the top spot by winning the first two legs of the Grand Slam championship series — the ISA and the ASA Super. But Lighthouse was a 38-17, 5-inning victim of Team TPS, then Team TPS was a 42-17, 5-inning winner over fifth-ranked Steele’s/R&D/Reda. Meanwhile, second-ranked Sunbelt/Dan Smith, playing without Todd Joerling and Dan Schuck who had been released by owner Wayne Williamson, was romping to three wins that saw 100 runs in just 10 innings — 32-0 over Allison’s, 34-9 over Xtreme/Hinson/Worth and 34-14 over third-ranked Sierra/TPS. Team TPS, which released J.C. Phelps, won 26-22 over Sunbelt in the winners bracket finals, holding a 10-run lead going into the top of the seventh. Jeff Wallace and Rusty Bumgardner each had two home runs, Dewayne Nevitt, Doug Kissane, Randell Boone and Mike Shenk one each. Boone’s was a 3-runner to cap a 5-run fourth and Shenk’s a grand slam to climax a 7-run fifth inning as Team TPS built up a 25-13 lead. After Sunbelt scored 11 runs in the fourth inning en route to a 29-18 elimination of Steele’s, Team TPS socked Sunbelt 33-17 in the championship game, hitting four homers in an 11-run second inning. Team TPS had a 16-1 bulge going into the bottom of the third. Sunbelt pulled within 19-13, but drew a blank in the fifth and Team TPS iced it with 6 in the sixth and 6 in the seventh. Team TPS had 10 home runs. Todd Martin had two as he broke out of a slump with a 4-for-5 game. Shortstop Johnny Mello had two, plus a triple. Doug Roberson had two, including an inside-the-parker, plus two other hits. Kissane, Nevitt, Boone and Shenk each had one. Wallace, the MVP selection, had five hits, Bumgardner four. Kissane, Shenk and Brad Stiles also had triples. The field dimensions were 335-406-335. There were 326 home runs hit over the wall, 18 inside the park. That compares with 405 homers last year when Ritch’s-Superior/Tri-Gems/Beloli/TPS double-dipped Shen Valley/Taylor/TPS in the finals. Those two teams were merged for the 1998 season. The big yard led to a whopping 56 triples in the 22 games. Big Randy Kortokrax of Steele’s won the home run title with 13 in five games. He had 13 here last year too. The leader last year with Todd Joerling of Sunbelt with 16. Sunbelt’s Greg Harding had 12 homers this year, and teammates Jimmy and Tot Powers 10 each. Based on 20 at-bats, Sunbelt’s Jeff Hall led the batting average chart with .808. Brian Jeffers of Backstop/Easton went 13-for-15 for an .867 average. Team TPS had 49 homers in four games, Sunbelt 65 in six, Steele’s 58 in five and Lighthouse 56 in five. Sierra had 40 in four games. The Team TPS team batting average was .649, Sunbelt’s 636, Lighthouse .626 and Sierra .620. Brandon’s wound up in a tie for fifth, despite losing in the opening round to Lighthouse (25-8). Brandon’s won over Xtreme/Hinson/Worth 23-16 and Backstop 31-30 on a sac fly by Chris Graves before giving Steele’s a tussle before losing 50-29 when Steele’s scored 15 on 8 home runs in the fifth inning. Kortokrax went 7-for-7, with 6 HRs and 10 RBI for Steele’s. Steele’s totaled 20 HRs, Rod Hughes, Rob Schleede, Dennis Pierce, Dal Beggs and Jeff Ott two each. Amazingly, Steele’s drew 17 walks, including 9 in the second inning. That inning saw 19 straight balls. Brandon’s scored 13 runs in the top of the second, but Steele’s had 12 in the bottom half of the inning. Brandon’s had 10 runs in the fifth for a 28-22 lead. Eddie Foust was 4-for-4 with 2 homers, Mike Martin 5-for-5 and Chris Absher 4-for-5 with an inside the park homer. Slim Bryant had 2 homers, Graves, Chris Calcutt, Tracy Logan and Keith Roberts one each. Chase/Easton, winner of the ISA AA and ASA Major but 0-2 in the NSA AA, went 0-2 in this one, losing 27-26 in 8 innings to Herb’s/KCS/TPS, winner of the NSA AA, and 29-11 to Backstop. Herb’s lost to Steele’s 36-28, then won another 8-inning game, this one by 16-15 over Planet/New/TPS. Jeff Smith’s lone 2-run home run produced the winning runs vs. Chase and he got the winning hit vs. Planet. Rusty Hoke and Jon Meyers earlier homered in the 7-run top of the eighth vs. Chase. Smith earlier had a triple, homer and single. He also had two singles and a triple against Planet. Herb’s then was eliminated 26-2 by Lighthouse, and wound up in a tie for seventh with Backstop. Brandon’s 31-30 win over Backstop saw a 14-run fourth and a 12-run fifth after drawing blanks in the first two innings. Jerold Smith had a double, triple and homer, while Mike Martin had an inside the park homer. Eddie Foust had a 3-runner, Chris Calcutt a solo. Calcutt and Tracy Logan each had five hits, little Chris Beck and Slim Bryant four each. The winning run was set up by singles by Beck, Bryant and Calcutt. Sierra eliminated Lighthouse late Saturday night 42-38, regulating the LH crew to a tie for fifth place. Sierra scored 12 runs to seize a 42-32 lead in the top of the seventh. Pitcher Paul Drilling had a pair of 2-run homers. He also homered in the sixth and had two earlier singles. Darrell Beeler and Kerry Everett also homered in the seventh, while Jason Kendrick and Greg Cannedy each had two hits. Cannedy also had a hit in the 6-run sixth, and he wound up 6-for-6. Hank Garris, Larry Fredieu and Everett homered in the sixth. Everett had four in the game. Garris had two other 3-runners . . . for a total of 9 RBI. For Lighthouse, Scott Elliott had five hits, including 3 homers, Ricky Huggins had 3 homers and Dewayne Frizzell and Kirk Stafford two each. One of Frizzell’s was a grand slam. Dennis Mendoza had five hits and Carl Rose had a single, double, triple and homer. After the high-scoring wins, Steele’s was a 14-9 winner over Sierra in the first game on the final day’s slate. Sierra only two home runs — both by Beeler. Sierra managed only two runs over the last three innings. Garris was hitless in four trips to the plate. Steele’s socked five homers (Kortokrax, Hughes, Beggs, Ott and Keith Brockman). Rob Schleede contributed a triple as Steele’s made it 5-2 with a 4-run second. It was 7-4, 9-7 and 12-8 after the next three innings. Steele’s then was eliminated 29-18 by Sunbelt. Steele’s fell behind 21-9 when Sunbelt scored 11 runs in the fourth, then cut into the deficit with 8 runs in the top of the seventh. Sunbelt had six homers (two by Hall, one each by Harding, Hightower, Gilbert and McCraw) and three triples (by Dubose, Gilbert and Curtis Williams). Dubose was 4-for-4, plus a walk. Williams was 4-for-5. Kortokrax had three of Steele’s five HRs. Hughes and Ott also homered. Team TPS built up leads of 8-3, 18-11 and 25-13 in the first five innings in the 26-22 win over Sunbelt in the finals of the winners bracket. Sunbelt tried to rally with six in the top of the seventh. Team TPS had eight homers — by Bumgardner and Nevitt in the first, by Wallace in the second, by Kissane in the third, by Wallace and Boone (a 3-runner) in the fourth and by Shenk (a grand slam) in the fifth. Bumgardnder hit another homer in the sixth. Jimmy Powers and McCraw each had four hits in a losing effort. Powers had a homer, Harding, Hightower and Tot Powers two each. Sunbelt outhomered Team TPS 12-10, but was walloped 33-17 in the finale. Jimmy Powers had three, Hall, Harding, Hightower and McCraw two each. Tot Powers had one. Team TPS had five hits from Wallace, but no HRs. Martin had two homers among four hits, Bumgardner one among four hits. Doug Roberson also had four hits, including two homers, one an IP. Roberson totaled eight RBI. Johnny Mello had two homers, Kissane one (and a triple) and Nevitt, Boone and Shenk one each. Shenk, Mello and Stiles also tripled. Team TPS’ 5-inning run-rule 38-17 romp over Lighthouse saw the score by innings read like this: 7-8-8-6-9. Lighthouse was shocked . . . trailing 15-2, 23-3, 29-4 and 38-12. Wallace, Bumgardner and Shenk homered in the first. Boone had a long triple. Boone had a 3-run HR in the second. Mello also homered. Boone had another 3-runner in the third, and a 2-runner in the fourth. He was 4-for-4, plus a walk, for 9 RBI. Jobe, Roberson (twice), Kissane and Tom White, an added player from Wessel/Hague/SoJern/TPS, also homered. Wallace homered again. Wallace and Bumgardner each had five hits, Nevitt and Shenk four each. Wendell Rickard had three homers for Lighthouse, but he later had to sit out his team’s last three games with an elbow injury. Frizzell had three homers for the LH crew, Rose and Huggins two each. Lighthouse had five successive HRs in an 8-run third. Elliott, Davis and Stafford also homered. In fact, 14 of the 17 LH runs were home runs. The Team TPS 42-17, 4-inning romp over Steele’s saw a 16-run second and a 15-run fourth. Team TPS had 17 homers, including an IP. Kissane, who went 6-for-6, Nevitt and Boone each had three HRs. Mello had two, including a bases-loaded IP. Martin had a grand slam. Steele’s had a lot of HRs too — 10. One was an inside-the-parker by Ron Fields. David Hood had three, Lonnie Fox two. Sunbelt stunned Sierra with a 21-run, 10-HR third inning. McCraw had a slam and solo. Harding had two. J.Powers had two too, including a 3-runner. J.Powers, Harding, T.Powers and McCraw each wound up with three homers. Sunbelt had 16, including an IP by Harding. Hightower also had two HRs. On the other hand, the usually HR hitting Sierra club had only six. Garris had two of them. Howie Krause, an added player from Wessel/Hague, had six homers for Backstop, including three plus a double in the stunning 29-11 drubbing of Chase.

Jeff Wallace NSA Super World MVP.

NSA Super World Series (1986 – 2005)

1986 NSA Super World Series – Houston, TX

Champion – Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
Runner Up – Texas Sports, Houston, TX and CDI, Oklahoma City, OK (CDI won coin flip for 2nd)

MVP – Mike Macenko, Steele’s Sports (27-31, .871, 15 HRs, 24 RBIs)
HR Leader – Charles Wright, Steele’s (31-54, .574, 39 RBIs) – 21
Batting Leader – Mike Macenko, Steele’s – .871

Steele’s beat Texas Sports 25-4 in the Winner’s Bracket finals. Texas Sports upset Smythe Sox 22-19 to reach the winner’s bracket final. Once in the loser’s bracket, CDI of Oklahoma City  eliminated Smythe Sox 17-16 and then eliminated Stone City Cannans of San Antonio 18-9 in the loser’s bracket. Then, while they were about to play Texas Sports in the loser’s bracket final for the right to play Steele’s for the championship, the rains came and washed away the tournament. Undefeated Steele’s (7-0) was declared the champ, CDI won a coin flip over Texas sports to claim second place. Stone City was fourth, while the Smythe Sox (5-2) and Budweiser Right On of Houston tied for fifth. Mike Macenko recorded 21 consecutive hits to start the tournament on his way to the MVP Award.

1986 NSA All-World Team (incomplete)
Mike Macenko, Steele’s Sports (27-31, .871, 15 HRs, 24 RBIs)
Charles Wright, Steele’s Sports (31-54, .574, 21 HRs, 39 RBIs)
Craig Elliott, Steele’s Sports (27-35, .771, 17 HRs, 31 RBIs)
Mike Bolen, Steele’s Sports
Dennis Graser, Steele’s Sports
Doug Roberson, Steele’s Sports
Greg Schulte, Texas Sports
*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team (Texas Sports, CDI and Stone City players)

1986 Standings (incomplete)
1. Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH 7-0
2. Texas Sports, Houston, TX
2. CDI, Oklahoma City, OK 6-2
4. Stone City Cannans, San Antonio, TX
5. Smythe Sox, Houston, TX 5-2
5. Budweiser Right-On, Houston, TX
*No info available on the remaining teams (20 total), records and their finish

Wamble Insurance, Houston TX
Houston Hawks, Houston TX
Williams’ Stars, Houston TX
Traux, Houston TX
Kace, Houston TX
Phelps Insurance, Houston TX
Dallas, DeSoto TX
Austin Toyota, Austin, TX
Ardis Roofing, Greenwood, SC
Athletic Shop, Hammond, LA

*Plus 4 other teams that also entered


1987 NSA Super World Series – Houston, TX

Co-Champions – Smythe Sox, Houston, TX and Athletic Shop, Hammond, LA – (Declared co-champs due to rain)

Co-MVPs – Cecil Whitehead, Smythe Sox
Co-MVPs – Hal Harlan, Athletic Shop
HR Leader – Bill Blake, Smythe Sox – 14
Batting Leader – no info available
Defensive MVP – Paul Drilling, Athletic Shop

Smythe Sox and Athletic Shop were declared Co-Champs in this rain-shortened event. Both teams suffered one loss. Smythe (had defeated Starpath in their first game) coming from losers bracket beat Athletic Shop in the first final 19-18 on 2 run homer by Bruce Meade. The “if” game was never played. Athletic Shop sent Smythe Sox to the losers bracket initially with a 24-15 victory. To reach the championship, Smythe beat Howards 45-12 in losers bracket final. Athletic Shop won a 7-0 forfeit over Superior Bombats in winners bracket final due to Superior having to catch their plane due to the long rain delays. Defending champ, Steele’s defeated Howards 37-12 in their opening game, were eliminated in back to back losses ; 29-28 to the Bombats and then to Howards 45-25. In the win over Howards, Smythe hit 21 HRs. Mike Parrott and Mark Heirlmeier hit 3 each, while Doug Brown was 5-5. Trailing 17-8, Athletic shop scored 10 in top of 7th to take a 18-17 lead. Larry Fredieu and Mark Lewis hit homers in that rally. Paul Drilling chipped in with a bases loaded double. In the bottom of the 7th, Cecil Whitehead got a base hit and then Meade hit his game winner. For Smythe in the game. Brown hit 3 HRs, while Meade, Parrott and Blake each hit 2. Blake was the tournament HR king with 14.

1987 NSA All-World Team (incomplete)
Cecil Whitehead, Smythe Sox
Hal Harlan, Athletic Shop
Paul Drilling, Athletic Shop
Bill Blake, Smythe Sox (14 HRs)
Bruce Meade, Smythe Sox
Doug Brown, Smythe Sox
Mike Parrott, Smythe Sox
Larry Friedieu, Athletic Shop
Greg Schulte, Athletic Shop
Mike Macenko, Steele’s Sports (15-21, 13 HRs, 20 RBIs)
*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team (Superior Bombats and Howards Players)

1987 Standings (incomplete) – 24 teams total
1. (Tie) Smythe Sox, Houston, TX
1. (Tie) Athletic Shop, Hammond, LA
3. Superior Bombats, Windsor Locks, CT
4. Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC
5. Steele’s Sports, Grafton, OH
?. Starpath, Monticello, KY
?. Texas Capitols, Austin, TX
?. CDI, Oklahoma City, OK
*No info available on the remaining teams, records and their finish, tournament cut short due to rain


1988 NSA Super World Series – Austin, TX

Champion – Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH
Runner Up – Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC

Steele’s defeated Larry’s Used Cars in the winner’s bracket final by a close
14-13 score. Meanwhile, Howard’s after losing their first game against the
Austin Capitals, had to fight through the losers bracket where they met the
Austin Caps again. This time, it was a different story as the Steermen came
out on top 27-15. Howard’s then eliminated Larry’s 41-20 to get another shot
at Steele’s in the finals. In a slugfest, Steele’s won the title by a 50-36
score. They scored 21 runs in the first inning.

MVP –Doug Roberson, Steele’s (15-19, .789, 6 HRs, 18 RBIs)
HR Leader – Jim Fuller, Howard’s/Western Steer – 15
Batting Leader – Greg Schulte, Auston Capitols (17-21) – .810
Defensive MVP – Ron Parnell, Steele’s Silver Bullets

1988 NSA All-World Team (incomplete)
Doug Roberson, Steele’s Silver Bullets (15-19, .789, 6 HRs, 18 RBIs)
Ron Parnell, Steele’s Silver Bullets
Mike Macenko, Steele’s Silver Bullets
Bill Blake, Steele’s Silver Bullets (9 HRs)
Ken Loeri, Steele’s Silver Bullets (15-19, .789)
Bruce Meade, Steele’s Silver Bullets (9 HRs)
Jim Fuller, Howards (15 HRs)
Steve Jackson, Larry’s Used Cars (14-21, .667., 4 HRs, 10 RBIs)
Greg Pyke, Austin Capitols (17-22, .773)
Freddie Johnson, Austin Capitols (15-20, .750, 8 HRs, 23 RBIs)
Greg Schulte, Austin Capitols (17-21, .810, 8 HRs, 18 RBIs)
*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team, missing some players (Howards Players)

Others:
Scott Virkus, Steele’s Silver Bullets (13-19, .684)

1988 Standings
1. Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OK 4-0
2. Howard’s/Western Steer, Denver, NC 4-2
3. Larry’s Used Cars, Grand Praire, TX 2-2
4. Austin Capitols, Austin, TX 3-2
5. William’s Stars, Houston, TX 2-2
5. Superior Softball, Windsor Locks, CT 1-2
7. Purdys, Fort Worth, TX 1-2
7. South Texas Lightening, Houston, TX 1-2
9. Pittsburgh Hot Links, Pittsburgh, PA 0-2
9. Villain Sports, Seguin, TX 0-2


1989 NSA Super World Series – Fort Worth, TX

Champion – Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH
Runner Up – Houston Sweepers, Houston, TX

The Sweepers scored 23 runs in the 7th inning to defeat the Number 1 ranked team in the country, Superior-Apollo of Windsor Locks, CT 64-56 to advance into the finals against Steeles. Steele’s defeated Sweepers 7-0 via forfeit and won the Championship. Steeles had previously sent Ken Michael’s (47-6) and Superior/Apollo (62-34) to the losers bracket with a 62-34 victory. Steele’s
averaged 37 Runs per game. Steele’s also sent the Sweepers to the losers bracket earlier in the tournament by a 43-18 score. The Sweepers consisted of some Bell Corp and Starpath players. Due to the losers bracket taking so long, the Sweepers had to forfeit the final to Steele’s 7-0 to catch their planes home. Steele’s hit an amazing 96 HRs in the four games they played.

MVP –Monty Tucker, Steele’s (20-21, .952, 12 HRs, 20 RBIs)
HR Leader – Jon Meyers, Sweepers – 20
Batting Leader – Monty Tucker, Steele’s – .952
ODPA – Jon Meyers, Houston Sweepers

1989 NSA All-World Team
Monty Tucker, Steels’s Silver Bullets (20-21, .952, 12 HRs, 20 RBIs)
Jon Meyers, Houston Sweepers (20 HRs)
Ron Parnell, Steele’s Silver Bullets (21-25, .840, 12 HRs)
Craig Elliott, Steele’s Silver Bullets (15-21, .714, 11 HRs, 23 RBIs)
Bill Blake, Steele’s Silver Bullets (16-20, .800, 10 HRs)
Dirk Androff, Steele’s Silver Bullets (19-23, .826, 10 HRs)
Mike Ambers, Houston Sweepers (13 HRs)
Britt Hightower, Houston Sweepers (11 HRs)
Danny Williams, Houston Sweepers (11 HRs)
Jim Fuller, Superior-Apollo (22-28, .786, 15 HRs)
Doug Roberson, Superior-Apollo (22-26, .846, 14 HRs)
Rich Plante, Superior-Apollo (20-23, .869, 15 HRs)
Ted Cox, Ken Michael’s (14-16, .875)

OTHERS:
Cecil Whitehead, Steele’s Silver Bullets (16-23, .696, 8 HRs)
Todd Joerling, Steele’s Silver Bullets (16-24, .667, 10 HRs)
Scott Virkus, Steele’s Silver Bullets (11-16, .687)
Larry Fredieu, Steele’s Silver Bullets (9 HRs)

1989 Standings (incomplete)
1. Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH 4-0
2. Houston Sweepers, Houston, TX 6-2
3. Superior-Apollo, Windsor Locks, CT 3-2
4. Ken Michael’s, Rockville, MD 3-2
5. Century/Worth, Atchison, KS 2-2
5. CDI, Oklahoma City, OK 3-2
7. Williams Stars, Houston, TX 2-2
7. Dixie Carpets, Houston, TX 2-2
9. Coils Plus, Longview, TX 1-2
9. Texas Capitols, Austin, TX 1-2
*No info available on the remaining teams, records and their finish


1990 NSA Super World Series – Brook Park, OH

Champion – Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH
Runner Up – Superior/Apollo, Windsor Locks, CT

Steele’s beat Superior-Apollo 62-55 in the winner’s bracket final and then beat them again in the Championship 27-26. In the 62-55 game, Mike Macenko was 8 for 8 with 8 HRs. Dirk Androff and Todd Joerling each hit 6 HRs. Three of Joerling’s came in the 5th inning. The Men of Steele hit 39 total HRs in the game. In the Championship game with one out in the 7th inning, Macenko,
Monty Tucker and Bill Blake hit back to back to back HRs to win the game and the Championship

MVP –Mike Macenko, Steele’s (24-29, .828, 16 HRs, 23 RBIs)
HR Leader – Craig Elliot, Stewarts (24-33, .727) – 18
Batting Leader – Dave Johnson, Starpath (18-19)  – .947

1991 NSA All World Team
Mike Macenko, Steele’s Silver Bullets (24-29, .828, 16 HRs, 23 RBIs)
Dirk Androff, Steele’s Silver Bullets (15 HRs, .700+)
Scott Virkus, Steele’s Silver Bullets (11 HRs, .700+)
Todd Joerling, Steele’s Silver Bullets (14 HRs, .700+)
Danny Williams, Steele’s Silver Bullets (.700+)
Ernie Montgomery, Steele’s Silver Bullets
Cecil Whitehead, Superior/Apollo
Jim Fuller, Superior/Apollo
Rich Plante, Superior/Apollo
Dave Steffen, Superior/Apollo
Craig Elliott, Stewart’s Lounge (24-33,18 HRs,  .727)
FA Martin, Stewart’s Lounge
Dave Johnson, Starpath (18-19, .947)
Dave Allen, Starpath

1990 Standings
1. Steele’s Silver Bullets, Grafton, OH 5-0
2. Superior/Apollo, Windsor Locks, CT 3-2
3. Stewart’s Lounge, Pittsburgh, PA 5-2
4. Starpath, Monticello, KY 2-2
5. Bell Corp., Tampa, FL 2-2
5. Medina Body Shop, Brunswick, OH 2-2
7. NOSI, Columbus, OH 2-2
7. Laborers #310, Cleveland, OH 1-2
9. Premier/Century, Tempe, AZ 0-2
9. Sunset, Detroit, MI 0-2
9. Wally’s, Parma, OH 0-2
9. Cuyahoga Dunham Supply, Cleveland, OH 0-2


1991 NSA Super World Series – East Ridge, TN

Champion – Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
Runner Up – Starpath/LeAlCo, Monticello, KY

Ritch’s/Superior defeated second ranked Starpath/LeAlCo of Kentucky twice en-route to capturing the NSA World Series. The Scores were 31-5 in the winner’s bracket final and then 29-19 in the championship game. Darrell Beeler was the MVP as he went 8-8 in those final two games. Their other two victories were against Williams/Fink 34-33 and St. Louis Softball Club 33-8. Legendary Craig Elliott came out of retirement to play with Datom-Argus. HE played with his brother Scott and they finished 3-2 in 5th place.

MVP –Darrell Beeler, Ritch’s-Superior (15-17, .882, 4 HRs)
HR Leader – Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior – 10
Batting Leader – Darrell Beeler, Ritch’s-Superior – .882

1991 NSA All-World Team (incomplete)
Darrell Beeler, Ritch’s-Superior (15-17, .882, 4 HRs)
Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior (10 HRs)
Charles Wright, Ritch’s-Superior (12-15, .800, 7 HRs)
Jim Fuller, Ritch’s-Superior (17-20, .850, 8 HRs)
Dave Steffen, Ritch’s-Superior (13-17, .765, 7 HRs)
Cecil Whitehead, Ritch’s-Superior (15-19, .789, 8 HRs)
Carl Rose, Williams/Finke
*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team (Starpath and Sunbelt players)

Others:
Dennis Graser, Ritch’s-Superior (14-20, .700)

1991 Standings
1. Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks CT 4-0
2. Starpath/Le-Al-Co, Monticello, KY 3-2
3. Sunbelt/Worth, Centerville, GA 3-2
4. Williams/Finke, Spring, TX 3-2
5. Datum-Argus/Moulton, Lebanon, TN 3-2
5. New Construction, Shelbyville, IN 2-2
7. St. Louis Softball Club, St. Louis, MO 2-2
7. Nanney’s Office Supplies, Spartenburg, SC 2-2
9. Rick’s 1-2
9. Barbees 1-2
9. Athletics Choice, Roanoke, VA 0-2
9. Big Daddy’s, Roswell, GA 0-2
13. Brainard Lumber, Chattanooga, TN 0-2


1992 NSA Super World Series – Greensboro, NC

Champion – Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
Runner Up – Starpath, Monticello, KY

Missing Charles Wright for the first two games and Jim Fuller for the entire tournament as he was injured with a pinched nerve in his hand. R-S still managed to win the NSA World Series. They played in a baseball stadium and the R-S Express only hit 13 HRs in 4 games. Three were inside the park homers. Dirk Androff had the most HRs for R-S with 4.  In the entire tournament, there
were only 49 total home runs over the fence, plus 17 inside the park home runs. There were also 39 triples. Ritch’s beat Starpath in a come from behind 16-13 victory in the winners bracket final. Then after Starpath eliminated DJ’s, R-S beat them again in the Championship game 20-8.

MVP –Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior (8-12, .667)
HR Leader – Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior – 4
Batting Leaders – Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior (8-12) –  .667
Batting Leaders – Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior (12-18) –  .667
Batting Leaders – Doug Roberson, Ritch’s-Superior (12-18)  .667
Batting Leaders – Rick Weiterman, Ritch’s-Superior (10-15) – .667
(Check, Greg Cannedy – ODPA)

1992 NSA All-World Team (incomplete)
Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior (8-12, .667)
Doug Roberson, Ritch’s-Superior (12-18, .667
Rick Weiterman, Ritch’s-Superior (10-15, .667)
Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior (12-18, .667, 4 HRs)
Britt Hightower, Ritch’s-Superior (9-14, .643)
Cecil Whitehead, Ritch’s-Superior (9-14, .643)
*No info available on remainder of all-tournament team  (Starpath, DJs and Williams Players)

1992 Standings
1. Ritch’s-Superior, Windsor Locks, CT 4-0
2. Starpath, Monticello, KY 4-2
3. DJ’s/Easton, Atchison, KS 4-2
4. Williams/Worth, Houston, TX 3-2
5. Bell Corp., Tampa, FL 1-2
5. New Construction, Shelbyville, IN 2-2
7. Steele’s/Sunbelt, Brook Park, OH 1-2
7. Converters Unlimited, Kinston, NC 1-2
9. AJD, Richmond, VA 0-2
9. Datum-Argus, Lebanon, TN 0-2
9. Moulton Furniture, Moulton, AL 0-2
9. Nanney’s, Spartenburg, SC 0-2


1993 NSA Super World Series – Burlington, NC

Champion – Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
Runner Up – Steele’s/Sunbelt, Brooke Park, OH

MVP –Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior (8-13, .615, 2 HRs)
Defensive MVP – Todd Joerling, Bell Corp.
HR Leader – Steve Craven, Steele’s/Sunbelt (21-27, .778) – 11
Batting Leader – Ken Pruitt, Williams/Worth (11-12) – .917

1993 NSA All World Team
P – Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS (12-15, .800)
C – Steve Craven, Steele’s/Sunbelt (21-27, .778, 11 HRs)
1B – Mike Macenko, Steele’s/Sunbelt (5 HRs)
2B – Don Rardin, Bell Corp. (14-17, .824
3B – Kerry Everett, Bell Corp. (11-14,.786
SS – Todd Joerling, Bell Corp.
OF – Britt Hightower, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
OF – Randy Kortokrax, Steele’s/Sunbelt (17-25, .680, 7 HRs)
OF – Sterlin Ibrom, Williams/Worth
OF – Cecil Whitehead, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
UT – Charles Wright, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS (7 HRs)
UT – Ron Parnell, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS (5 HRs)
UT – Curtis Williams, Vernon’s (10-12, .833)
UT – Ken Pruitt, Williams/Worth (11-12, .917)

1993 Standings
1. Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks CT 4-0
2. Steele’s/Sunbelt, Brook Park, OH 5-2
3. Bell Corp./Easton, Tamps, FL 2-2
4. Williams/Worth, Spring, TX 3-2
5. Vernon’s/TPS, Jacksonville, FL 1-2
5. Shen Valley Roofing, Bridgewater, VA 2-2
7. Converter’s/TPS, Kinston, NC 2-2
7. K.C. Services, Houston, TX 2-2
9. Steele’s/XLT , Grafton, OH 0-2
9. Beloli/TPS, Boston, MA 0-2
9. Terry’s, N. Wilkesboro, NC 0-2
9. AJD/TPS, Richmond, VA 0-2


1994 NSA Super World Series – Burlington, NC

Champion – Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
Runner Up – Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS, Bridgewater, VA

Ritch’s/Superior went undefeated (4-0) to win its fourth straight NSA World Series as they defeated Shen Valley 28-24 in the Championship game.

MVP -Ron Parnell, Ritch’s-Superior (14-18, .778)
Defensive MVP – Not awarded or no info
HR Leader – J.C. Phelps, Shen Valley (18-28, .643, 19 RBIs) – 9
Batting Leader – Todd Joerling, Bell Corp. (15-18) – .833

1994 NSA All World Team
Ron Parnell, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS (14-18, .778)
Britt Hightower, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Mike Macenko, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Darrell Beeler, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Rick Weiterman, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
JC Phelps, Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS (18-28, .643, 8 HRs, 19 RBIs)
Jason Kendrick, Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS
Mike Shenk, Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS
John Keigley, Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS
Todd Joerling, Bell Corp./Easton (15-18, .833)
Jeff Arnold, Bell Corp./Easton
Mark Martin, Bell Corp./Easton
Rick Beck, RSH/Deep South/Worth
Greg Ferrell, RSH/Deep South/Worth

1994 Standings
1. Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks CT 4-0
2. Shen Valley/DJ’s/TPS, Bridgewater, VA 5-2
3. Bell Corp./Easton, Tamps, FL 2-2
4. RSH/Deep South/Worth, Ridgeland, MS 3-2
5. Williams/Worth, Spring, TX 2-2
5. Converter’s/Vernon’s/TPS, Kinston, NC 1-2
7. Charlie’s Tuna/Power-Flite, Ocean City, MD 1-2
7. County Sports/TPS/Reebok, Richmond, VA 1-2
9. Southland/TPS, Gainesville, GA 1-2
9. Steele’s/Sunbelt, Brook Park, OH 1-2
9. F. Scott’s Bad Boyz, Burlington, NC 1-2
9. Lighthouse/Alford’s/Worth, Stone Mt., GA 0-2


1995 NSA Super World Series – Burlington, NC

Champion – Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT
Runner Up – Shen Valley/TPS, Bridgewater, VA

Ritch’s captured its fifth straight NSA World Series championship.  The R-S Express from 1991-1995 has won 60 of the 87 tournaments the have entered and 15 of the last 24 Grand Slam events they entered as well.

MVP – Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior (15-20, .750, 4 HRs)
Defensive MVP – Greg Cannady, Bell Corp/Sunbelt/Easton
HR Leaders – Dan Schuck, Bell (16-21, .762, 22 RBIs)  – 11
HR Leaders – Carl Rose, Lighthouse (21-28, .750, 30 RBIs) – 11
Batting Leader – Jacques Miller, Sup/Southland (15-17, 10 HRs) – .882

1995 NSA All World Team
Dirk Androff, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS (15-20, .750, 4 HRs)
Britt Hightower, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Charles Wright, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Larry Fredieu, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Ron Parnell, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Paul Drilling, Ritch’s-Superior/TPS
Dewayne Nevitt, Shen Valley/TPS
Derek Oliver, Shen Valley/TPS
JC Phelps, Shen Valley/TPS
Scott Elliott, Shen Valley/TPS
Carl Rose, Lighthouse/Worth (21-28, .750, 11 HRs, 30 RBIs)
Wendall Rickard, Lighthouse/Worth
Ricky Huggins, Lighthouse/Worth
Greg Cannedy, Bell Corp/Sunbelt/Easton
Dan Shuck, Bell Corp/Sunbelt/Easton (16-21, .762, 11 HRs, 22 RBIs)
Jacques Miller, Superior/Southland (15-17, .882, 10 HRs)

1995 Standings
1. Ritch’s-Superior/TPS, Windsor Locks CT 4-0
2. Shen Valley/TPS, Bridgewater, VA 3-2
3. Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, GA 4-2
4. Bell Corp/Sunbelt/Easton, Tampa, FL 2-2
5. Harrison’s/Power-Flite, Portsmouth, VA 3-2
5. D&D Thoroughbreds/Demarini, Portland, OR 2-2
7. Superior/Southland/TPS, Gainesville, GA 2-2
7. Steele’s Hit Men, Brook Park, OH 1-2
9. Worth/AJ’s, Richmond, VA 1-2
9. Tri-Gems/Easton, Cedarbrook, NJ 0-2
9. Williams/Dudley, Spring, TX 0-2
9. F. Scott’s Bad Boyz, Burlington, NC 0-2


1996 NSA Super World Series – East Chicago, IN

Champion – Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, GA
Runner Up – ShenValley/Superior/ Taylor Brothers/TPS, Bridgewater, VA

MVP – Mike Shenk, Lighthouse (15-18, .833, 10 HRs, 26 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – ?
HR Leaders – Jacques Miller, Steeles (14-24, .583, 19 RBIs) –10
HR Leaders – Mike Shenk, Lighthouse –10
Batting Leader – Ray Eppley, Steele’s  (22-25, 5 HRs) – .880

 


1997 NSA Super World Series – Burlington, NC

Champion – ShenValley/Taylor Brothers/ TPS, Bridgewater, VA
Runner Up – Ritch’s-Superior/ Tri-Gems/Beloli/TPS, Windsor Locks, CT

MVP – Rusty Bumgardner, Shen Valley (39-47, .780, 16 HRs, 37 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – ?
HR Leaders – Rusty Bumgardner, Shen Valley – 16
HR Leaders – Todd Joerling, Sunbelt/Dan Smith – 16
Batting Leader – Bobby Gilbert, Sunbelt (19-22) – .864

 


1998 NSA Super World Series – Burlington, NC

Champion – Team TPS, Louisville, KY
Runner Up – Sunbelt/Dan Smith/ Easton, Centerville, GA

MVP – Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (16-21, .762, 5 HRs)
Co-Defensive MVP – Johnny Mello, Team TPS
Co-Defensive MVP – Todd Volkers, Sunbelt
HR Leader – Randy Kortokrax, Steele’s (22 RBIs) – 13
Batting Leader – Jeff Hall, Sunbelt (21-26, 8 HRs, 24 RBIs) – 808

1998 NSA All World Team
Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (16-21, .762, 5 HRs)
Rusty Bumgardner, Team TPS (.762)
Doug Kissane, Team TPS (.706, 6 HRs)
Doug Roberson, Team TPS
Randell Boone, Team TPS (.706, 8 HRs)
Mike Shenk, Team TPS
Johnny Mello, Team TPS (6 HRs)
Todd Volkers, Sunbelt
Jeff Hall, Sunbelt (21-26, .808, 8 HRs, 24 RBIs)
Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt (.731, 10 HRs)
Greg Harding, Sunbelt (12 HRs)
Johnny McCraw, Sunbelt (.696, 8 HRs)
Randy Kortokrax Steele’s (13 HRs, 22 RBIs)
Rob Schleede Steele’s (.765)
David Hood, Steele’s (.714, 6 HRs)
Larry Fredieu, Sierra/TPS (.733)
Mike Rodriguez, Sierra/TPS (.733)

Others:
Dewayne Frizzell, Lighthouse (.750, 7 HRs)
Jason Kendrick, Sierra (.733)
Jamie Wisham, Herb’s (.727)
Tracy Logan, Brandon’s (.722)
Greg Cannedy, Sierra (.714)
Albert Davis, Lighthouse (.706, 6 HRs)
Tot Powers, Sunbelt (10 HRs)
Britt Hightower, Sunbelt (9 HRs)
Carl Rose, Lighthouse (8 HRs)
Kerry Everett, Sierra (7 HRs)
Rod Hughes, Steele’s (7 HRs)
Howie Krause, Backstop (6 HRs)
Hank Garris, Sierra (6 HRs)
Kirk Stafford, Lighthouse (6 HRs)
Scott Elliott, Lighthouse (6 HRs)
Robbie Ergle, Lighthouse (6 HRs)
Ricky Huggins, Lighthouse (6 HRs)
Lonnie Fox, Steele’s (6 HRs)

1998 Standings
1. Team TPS, Louisville, KY 4-0
2. Sunbelt/Dan Smith, Centerville, GA 4-2
3. Steele’s/R&D/Reda, Brook Park, OH 3-2
4. Sierra/TPS, Reno, NV 2-2
5. Lighthouse/Worth, Stone Mountain, GA 2-2
5. Brandon’s, Wilmington, NC 2-2
7. Backstop/Easton, Aurora, IN 2-2
7. Herb’s/KCS/TPS, San Diego, CA 2-2
9. Chase/Easton, Wilmington, NC 0-2
9. Planet/New/TPS, Lexington, KY 0-2
9. Xtreme/Hinson/Worth, Little Rock, AR 0-2
9. Allison’s, Charlotte, NC 0-2


1999 NSA Super World Series – Fort Wayne, IN

Champion – R&D/Easton, Lima, OH
Runner Up – Dan Smith/Wessell/Backstop/Worth, San Jose, CA
MVP -David Hood, R&D/Easton – (11-15, 733, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – Scott Striebel, Dan Smith/Worth
Offensive MVP– Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/Worth (21-30, ,700, 10 HRs)
HR Leader -Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/ (21-30, 700) –10
Batting Leader – Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (15-19, 4 HRs, 13 RBIs) – .789

1999 NSA All World Team
David Hood, R&D/Easton (11-15, 733, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs)
Billy Byrd, R&D/Easton
Keith Brockman, R&D/Easton
Brian Hood, R&D/Easton
Randy Kortokrax, R&D/Easton
Wendell Rickard, Dan Smith/Worth (21-30, .700, 10 HRs)
Scott Striebel, Dan Smith/Worth
Paul Drilling, Dan Smith/Worth
Dennis Mendoza, Dan Smith/Worth (17-24, .708)
Al Davis, Dan Smith/Worth
Mike Shenk, Team Easton
Johnny McCraw, Team Easton
Jeff Wallace, Team TPS (15-19, .789, 4 HRs, 13 RBIs)

1999 Standings
1. R&D/Easton, Lima, OH 4-1
2. Dan Smith/Wessell/Backstop/Worth, San Jose, CA 5-2
3. Team Easton, Burlingame, CA 3-2
4. Team TPS, Louisville, KY 2-2
5. Sunnyvale Valve/TPS, Sunnyvale, CA 4-2
5. Hague/Resmondo/TPS, Columbus, OH 3-2
7. JWM/Herb’s/TPS, Riverside, CA 1-2
7. W.W. Gay/TPS, Gainesville, FL 0-3
7. Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH 0-3
7. Universal Dome/Worth, Indiana 0-3


2000 NSA Super World Series – South Bend, IN

Champion – Team TPS, Louisville, KY
Runner Up – Long Haul/TPS, Albertville, MN
MVP – Todd Martin, Team TPS
Defensive MVP – Jason Kendrick, Team TPS
Offensive MVP – Rob Schleede, Bell Corp/Easton
HR Leader -Bob Fisher, Long Haul/TPS – 17
Batting Leader – Rob Schleede, Bell Corp

2000 NSA Major All World Team:
Todd Martin, Team TPS
Jason Kendrick, Team TPS
Hank Garris, Team TPS
Mike Shenk, Team TPS
Jeff Wallace, Team TPS
Rust Bumgardner, Team TPS
Brad Stiles, Team TPS
Rod Hughes, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
Wes Campbell, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
Kent Johnson, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
Ted Larson, Long Haul Trucking/TPS
Bob Fisher, Long Haul Trucking/TPS (17 HRs)
Brett Helmer, Bell Corp/Easton
Dwayne Nevitt, Bell Corp/Easton
Todd Joerling, Bell Corp/Easton
Rob Schleede, Bell Corp/Easton
Jimmy Powers, Sunbelt Plastics
Dennis Mendoza, Sunbelt Plastics

2000 Standings
1. Team TPS, Louisville, KY 5-0
2. Long Haul/TPS, Albertville, MN
3. Bell Corp/Easton, Tampa, FL
4. Sunbelt Plastics, Centerville, GA


2001 NSA Super World Series – Fort Wayne, IN

Champion – Long Haul/Taylor/ Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN
Runner Up – Hague/Resmondo/ Specialty Tank/TPS, Columbus, OH
MVP – Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/TPS -(18-21, .857, 9 HRs, 26 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – Todd Martin, Long Haul/TPS
HR Leader -Dewayne Nevitt, Dan Smith/Backman/ Menosse/Easton – 13
Batting Leader – Jeff Hall, Dan Smith/ Backman/ Menosse/ Easton (13-15) – .867

2001 NSA Major All World Team
Hank Garris, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (12-16, 5 BB, 3 HRs, 6 RBIs, 14 Runs – 17-21, .810 OB%)
Jeff Wallace, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (18-21, 0 BB, 9 HRs, 26 RBIs, 15 Runs – 18-21, .857 OB%)
Todd Martin, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (17-22, 0 BB, 10 HRs, 21 RBIs, 16 Runs – 18-22, .818 OB%)
Mike Shenk, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (16-20, 1 BB, 11 HRs, 23 RBIs, 17 Runs – 17-21, .810 OB%)
John Mello, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS (13-16, 1 BB, 6 HRs, 14 RBIs, 11 Runs – 14-17, .824 OB%)
Andy Purcell, Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS 14-17, 1 BB, 3 HRs, 11 RBIs, 13 Runs – 16-18, .833 OB%)
Albert Davis, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
Demond Thomas, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
Paul Brannon, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
Larry Carter, Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS
Brett Helmer, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton
Carl Rose, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton
Dewayne Nevitt, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton (13 HRs)
Jeff Hall, Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton (13-15, .867)
Rick Baker, Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS
Monty McCory, Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS

2001 Standings
1. Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN 4-0
2. Hague/Resmondo/Specialty Tank/TPS, Columbus, OH 3-2
3. Dan Smith/Backman/Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA 4-2
4. Mercer’s/K&G/Bike/Miller/TPS, North Vernon, IN 2-2
5. Reece/Roosters/Astros/Easton, Canal Winchester, OH 2-2
6. Budweiser/Summerlein/1TT/MG/Easton, College Station, TX 3-2
7. Aftershock/Easton, Alameda, CA 1-2
8. Team AH, West Carolton, OH 1-2
9. Creative Stucco/Easton, Columbus, OH 0-3
10. Bay’s Refuel, Columbus, OH 0-3
11. Mid-South Cobras, Merrillville, TN 0-3


2002 NSA Super World Series – Jordan, MN

Champion – Mid South/Mizuno, Postage, IN
Runner Up – Hague/Resmondo/Walser Chevy/TPS, Columbus, OH

MVP – Rod Cook, Mid South/Mizuno
Defensive MVP – Not awarded or no info
HR Leader – Rusty Bumgardner, Long Haul/TPS  (16-21, .762, 19 RBIs, 13 Runs)  – 13
Batting Leader – Hank Garris, Long Haul/TPS (13-14, 9 HRs, 14 RBIs, 17 Runs) – .929

2002 NSA All-World Team
Jeff Ott, Mid South/TPS
Ronnie James, Mid South/TPS
Ray Cowart, Mid South/TPS
Lou Bruno, Mid South/TPS
John Glidewell, Mid South/TPS
Rod Cook, Mid South/TPS (MVP)
JC Phelps, Hague/Resmondo/Walser/Worth (15-21, .714, 4 HRs)
Randy Kortokrax, Hague/Resmondo/Walser/Worth (16-23, .696, 7 HRs)
Howie Krause, Hague/Resmondo/Walser/Worth (16-22, .727, 5 HRs)
Dal Beggs, Hague/Resmondo/Walser/Worth (15-24, .625, 6 HRs)
Ed Hicks, Hague/Resmondo/Walser/Worth (8-12, .667)
Scott Brown, Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/Easton
Shane DuBose, Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/Easton
Dewayne Nevitt, Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/Easton
Jerold Smith, Reds/JJ/Fairweather/Worth
Billy Hudson, Reds/JJ/Fairweather/Worth
Shane McCullough, Reds/JJ/Fairweather/Worth
Rusty Bumgardner, Long Haul (16-21, .762, 13 HRs, 19 RBIs, 13 Runs)
Hank Garris, Long Haul (13-14, .929, 9 HRs, 14 RBIs, 17 Runs)

2002 Standings
1. Mid South/Mizuno, Portage, IN 4-0
2. Hague/Resmonso/Walser Chevy/Worth, Columbus, OH 4-2
3. Backman/Dan Smith/Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA 2-2
4. Reds/JJ/Fairweather/Worth, Kent, WA 3-2
5. Long Haul/Taylor Bros/Shen Corp/TPS, Albertville, MN 3-2
5. Sunnyvale Softball/Easton, Sunnyvale, CA 3-3
7. Chase/Reece/Roosters/Master Graphics/Easton, Columbus, OH 1-2
7. Kevitt/Easton, Brooklyn Center, MN 1-2
9. O&S Cattle/Easton, Savage, MN 0-3
9. Minnesota Jazz, Minneapolis, MN 0-3


2003 NSA Super World Series – Spartanburg, SC

Champion – Resmondo/Hague/ Taylor/Sunbelt/Miken, Columbus, OH
Runner Up – Dan Smith/Backman/ Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA

MVP -Bryson Baker, Resmondo/Hague
Defensive MVP – Rick Baker, Backman/Dan Smith
HR Leader – Jeff Hall, Dan Smith (19-24, .792) – 11
Batting Leader – no info

2003 NSA All World Team
JD Genter, US Vinyl (13-18, .722)
Johnny McCraw. US Vinyl (17-22, .773, 2 HRs)
Jason Kendrick, Backman/Dan Smith
Demond Thomas, Backman/Dan Smith
Hank Garris, Backman/Dan Smith
Rick Baker, Backman/Dan Smith
Jeff Hall, Backman/Dan Smith (19-24, .792, 11 HRs)
Bryson Baker, Resmondo/Hague
Rusty Bumgardner, Resmondo/Hague
Jeff Wallace, Resmondo/Hague
Todd Martin, Resmondo/Hague
Jimmy Devine, Resmondo/Hague
Scott Streibel, Resmondo/Hague

2003 Standings
1. Resmondo/Hague/Taylor/Sunbelt/Miken, Columbus, OH 3-0
2. Dan Smith/Backman/Mennose/Easton, San Jose, CA 3-2
3. US Vinyl/Community Access/Z-Wear/Wooters/Miken, Chattanooga, TN 4-2
4. Aubrey’s/Powerhouse Gym/TPS, Savannah, GA 2-3
5. B&J Logging/Kluevers Snap-On-Tools/Worth, Sandoval, IL 1-2
6. Budweiser/Sunnyvale/Fairweather/Worth, Kent, WA 1-2
7. Cherryville Distributors, Cherryville, NC 0-3


2004 NSA Super World Series – Spartanburg, SC

Champion – Resmondo/Taylor Brothers/K&H Investments, Columbus, OH
Runner Up – Dan Smith/Backman/ Menosse/Easton, San Jose, CA

MVP -Rusty Bumgardner, Resmondo (.842, 9 HRs, 15 RBIs)
Defensive MVP – Don DeDonatis, Jr., Dan Smith/Backman
HR Leaders – Johnny McCraw, US Vinyl (16-20, .800) – 10
HR Leaders – Bob Waldyk, US Vinyl (15-25, .600) – 10
Batting Leader – Rusty Bumgardner, Resmondo – .842

2004 NSA All World Team
Tim Coco, Bell Corp (12-15, .800, 6 HRs)
Bob Woldyk, US Vinyl (15-25, .600, 10 HRs)
Johnny McCraw, US Vinyl (16-20, .800, 10 HRs)
Brett Helmer, Dan Smith/Backman (11-16, .688, 6 HRs)
Jeff Hall, Dan Smith/Backman (11-14, .786, 6 HRs)
Don DeDonatis, JR, Dan Smith/Backman
Todd Joerling, Dan Smith/Backman (12-15, .800, 5 HRs)
Andy Purcell, Resmondo/Taylor Bros (13-20, .650, 7 HRs)
Howie Krause, Resmondo/Taylor Bros (13-16, .813, 6 HRs)
Randall Boone, Resmondo/Taylor Bros (14-19, .737, 3 HRs)
Jeff Wallace, Resmondo/Taylor Bros (18-22, .818, 8 HRs)
Rusty Bumgardner, Resmondo/Taylor Bros (.842, 9 HRs, 15 RBIs)

2004 Standings
1. Resmondo/Taylor Brothers/K&H Investments, Columbus, OH 4-1
2. Dan Smith/Backman/Mennose/Easton, San Jose, CA 3-2
3. US Vinyl/Z-Wear/Meridian/Subway, Lafayette, GA 4-2
4. Bell Corp/Docs/Easton, Tampa, FL 2-2
5. Smith Softball, San Jose, CA 2-2
5. Cross Fire Softball, Beaverdam, VA 0-3
7. Blackburn 0-3


2005 NSA Super World Series – Michigan City, IN

Champion – AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Reece/ Belcher/Shade/Easton, Manassas, VA
Runner Up – Resmondo/Smith/ Menosse, Winter Haven, FL

MVP -Dennis Rulli, AM/Las Vegas/ Benfield/Reece/ Belcher/Shade/Easton
Defensive MVP – Not awarded or no info
HR Leader – Jeff Wallace, Remsondo/ Smith (22-27, .815) – 10
Batting Leader – Jeff Wallace, Remsondo/ Smith – .815

2005 NSA All World Team (incomplete)
Dennis Rulli, AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Reece/Belcher/Shade/Easton
Jeff Wallace, Resmondo/Smith (22-27, .815, 10 HRs)
Bryson Baker, Resmondo/Smith (.448, 4 HRs)
Howie Krause, Resmondo/Smith (.731, 9 HRs)
Brian Rainwater, Resmondo/Smith (.750, 4 HRs)
Don DeDonatis, Resmondo/Smith (.632, 3 HRs)
Todd Martin, Bell Corp (.846, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs)
Jim Devine, Bell Corp (.846, 5 HRs, 10 RBIs)
Brett Helmer, Bell Corp (.778, 6 HRs, 13 RBIs)
Scott Brown, Bell Corp (.722, 4 HRs, 10 RBIs)
No information available on the players selected from:
AM/Las Vegas AND Team Combat/Kluever Snap on

2005 Standings
1. AM/Las Vegas/Benfield/Reece/Belcher/Shade/Easton, Manassas, VA 4-0
2. Resmondo/Smith/Menosse, Winter Haven, FL 4-2
3. Team Combat/Kluever’s Snap On/3N2, Kent, WA 2-2
4. Bell Corp/Backman/Taylor/Easton, Tampa, FL 2-2
5. Dirt Be Gone, Mt Zion, IL 0-3
5. Smith/Easton, San Jose, CA 0-3


2006 NSA Super World Series – N/A

The NSA Super Class was disbanded.

The NSA Class-AA Worlds were held in 2006 and 2007 before being
disbanded. The NSA tried to reorganize the highest class by holding
Class-Open Worlds in 2009 and 2010. And Since had held or tried to hold a
Class-A, Class-Elite amd/or Class-Platinum Worlds hoping to attract the big
teams, but with restrictions on how many “Major” players allowed on a team,
this never materialized into the NSA World Series as we knew it to be.