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Discussion: results from phoenix?

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Oct. 23, 2007
curty
Men's 60
105 posts
results from phoenix?
anybody have any early info on phoenix so far?Any scores, horror stories,weather, winners?
Oct. 23, 2007
twotwo
Men's 50
23 posts
40 Majoe
1. JK Ca
2. Courtesy Ca
3. Tacoma Dodge Wa

40 AAA
1. Allstar Ford Wa
2. Rawlins Cs
3. High Street Bucks Md

Jk went undefeated and breezed through upper bracket.
Allstar Ford lost their first game and battled through the losers to meet Rawlins, becoming triple grand slam winners.

The weather was good, and the balls were flying. Umpiring wasn't the best, yet consistant. Fields at desert breeze were OK. All in all, SSUSA ran a very good event. Thanks SSUSA.
Oct. 24, 2007
MikeC
Men's 60
38 posts
Any results from the 60 AAA Divison, good teams involved. Heard a rumor that a team was thrown out of tournament on Sunday for starting a fight - anyone have word on that?
Oct. 24, 2007
kandy
Men's 60
13 posts
THE 60'S AAA

1. NEW JERSEY MASTERS
2. HIGH DESERT 60'S
3. PRIZE COMPANY MN.
Oct. 28, 2007
softballbatman95
Men's 65
3 posts
65 AAA
1st Mesa Cardenals
2nd Hawaiian Pride
3rd Las Vegas Elks
Oct. 28, 2007
Joncon
289 posts
Heh heh...I know who finished LAST in the 50AAA's


I also know it was freaking HOT....95 degrees hot.
Oct. 29, 2007
cpope
Men's 60
160 posts
HOT?? the weather was great, to bad we didn't play like the weather. Got back to Florida Monday night just in time for a 6:30 league game and almost died from the heat (humidity) But back to Phoenix, Umps were very good, yet very inconsistent. We played at Desert West, feilds were keep in very good shape, for day games, crew must have went home for night games because feilds were never draged again, anyway that didn't matter because you could not see the ball because of the lighting. Both teams had balls go by infeilders head that never saw the ball.
Our team the Suncoast Sunrays 60 Major finished 3 and 3, lost 2 games bottom of last inning and 1 game top of last inning and could not come back. It was all about who had the final ab, lots of offense and ZERO defense. All in all is was a fairly well run tournament. We were told upon arriving at the feilds to make sure to watch out for everyone and check your cars every once in a while. It even looked like a bad area to live in, I wonder why we have to play in areas like that?
Just another note, I got to watch some very good 40 ball with many, many ball flying well over 400 feet. Some "D" but with 40 year olds using the U2 their was not to much "D" at all.
Oct. 29, 2007
softballer
Men's 55
560 posts
in the 55 aaa

1ST KC BLUES
2ND BOMBERS
3RD NO DICE
Oct. 29, 2007
Cabs51
Men's 60
12 posts
50 AA

1st. Extreme (CA)
2nd. OTD (AZ)
3rd. Baker Boyz (CA)
Oct. 30, 2007
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
399 posts
50 AAA ...have not heard the full story yet as I was unable to go but I understand one of the Texas teams won 50 AAA and our team, Enviro-Vac lost a close game to them in the finals. I am also told that 50 AAA had a lot of really good teams and that prolley' with a few breaks, any of them could have been in the finals. Sounds to me like SSUSA did a good job in putting a very strong division of 29 teams together.

I would add that all the feedback from my guys who played in Phoenix has been positive and all had a great time.

Jim Klassen, Manager
Oct. 30, 2007
arizonaken
Men's 65
22 posts
65AA

1.Syracuse Cyclones (NY)
2.Pinnacle Nissan Sidewinders (AZ)
3.Chicago Geezers (IL)
Oct. 31, 2007
magic
Men's 55
16 posts
Any more results from PHX? 50aaa, major, 55 major, 60 major???
Oct. 31, 2007
curty
Men's 60
105 posts
the umpiring @cesaer chavez (55aaa) was very good as was the competition. I personally witnessed 7 xtra inning games, with at least 3 of these going to more than one xtra. K.C. Blues won it, but Bombers, Murphy's Law, Indiana Legends,Las Vegas Heat, Old Dawgs were all in the hunt, with most games decided late and by small margins. Great job by SSUSA, STAFF, and ground crews all around, including nite games! Loser 's bracket sucks but spectating is worse!
Oct. 31, 2007
curty
Men's 60
105 posts
sorry to over look Cal's No Dice-- national Champs-- congrats!
Nov. 1, 2007
softball4b
Men's 60
756 posts
50 Major +

1. Hendricks Sports Mgmnt. (TX)
2. Seacrest Mavericks (CA)
3. Ploog / Kevitt (MN)
Nov. 2, 2007
tcadmw1
Men's 55
62 posts
55 Major+ at Rose Mofford. (Great Weather)

MEN'S 55-MAJOR+

1. MTC Softball Club (CA) - TOC
2. Hollis Appraisal (FL)
3. Premier / RSIG (MI)

Fields were very nice. Parks and Rec folks did an excellent job of keeping fields and facilities clean. Kodos to them for their efforts.

Tournament was run very well so kudos to the directors and UIC's. Games were close to starting on time every day which is always one of my concerns.

Umpires were good so kudos to them as well and thanks to them for taking so much grief and still being professionals. You know all senior softball players are experts on the rules and on seeing the correct call that should have been made :)

No horror stories here! Only little problem I saw was running out of balls and waiting for score boards to be updated. One day we had to pay a kid $1.00 per ball he retrived for us which saved us lots of time and energy. Maybe we can add ball shaggers in the future???? lol
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