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Brown overcomes obstacles, excels in softball

By Chris Lynn

Think back to the time when you were 11-years-old and the only care you had in the world was a win or a loss in a softball game.

You arrive at the park and you notice that there are fans cheering off in the distance as they watch another game, but you don’t hear a thing.

Read more: http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/robertson/sports/2016/07/17/brown-overcomes-obstacles-excels-softball/87227196/

Source: The Tennessean

Softball tournament for the Deaf

Midwest Athletic Assoc for the DeafSt. Cloud competes in the annual Midwest Athletic Association of the Deaf softball tournament.

View video: http://www.sctimes.com/media/cinematic/video/86899048/softball-tournament-for-the-deaf/

Source: SC Time

New England Evo & Eastern Reapers win tourney championships

The DC Generals hosted a slo-pitch softball tournament yesterday at Frederick, Maryland. The New England Evolution men’s team took home the championship and $600 cash prize when they defeated DC Generals 8-7 in a hotly contested championship game. New Jersey Bombers defeated Tide Tidewaters for third place.

The women’s tournament had three teams and the Eastern Reapers came out on top followed by Jersey Strong for second place and Tides Sugar Skulls for third place.

Men’s Final results
1st) New England Evolution
2nd) DC Generals
3rd) New Jersey Bombers
4th) Tide Tidewaters
5th) X-Men
6th) Avengers

Women’s final results
1st) Eastern Reapers
2nd) Jersey Strong
3rd) Tides Sugar Skulls

2016 NE EVO DC Generals Tourney Champs
2016 DC Generals Men’s Slo-Pitch Softball Tournament Champions - New England Evo. (Photo courtesy of DC Generals)

2016 Eastern Reapers DC Generals Tourney Champs
2016 DC Generals Women’s Slo-Pitch Softball Tournament Champions - Eastern Reapers. (Photo courtesy of DC Generals)

Team for the deaf joins CWSL

By Bill Marsh

CLINTON - The Clinton Women's Softball League (CWSL) has always been competitive, and this season was no different.

With the addition of the Worcester Warriors, a team comprised of deaf players, the league expanded to five teams this season, making it even better, according to league president Enique Favreau.

Read more: http://www.telegram.com/article/20150821/SPORTS/150829943/101485

Source: Telegram

Patrick Kinast to lead National Softball Association of the Deaf

This afternoon, Kinast was elected to replace Vance Rewolinski as the commissioner of National Softball Association of the Deaf. Rewolinski has stepped down after serving 22 years as tournament director and commissioner. Rod Jex was elected by proxy to replace Kinast as treasurer. Sherri Mize continues as secretary by ACL. Indianapolis has been selected as the tentative tournament site for 2016.

2015 NSAD Officers
Left to Right: Patrick Kinast, Commissioner; Rod Jex, Treasurer; Sherri Mize, Secretary.


Fremont Hoy's Boys win fifth straight NSAD Men's championship

2015 NSAD Men Champ Hoys Boys
2015 NSAD Men’s Champion - Fremont Hoy’s Boys

2015 NSAD Men MVP Joel Gonzales
2015 NSAD MVP - Joel Gonzales - Fremont Hoy’s Boys

The Fremont Hoy’s Boys had to take a detour to its’ fifth straight National Association of the Deaf (NSAD) Men’s championship title. The Hoy’s Boys earned a top seed after the round robins but the team was sucker punched in the first game in bracket play by the Sioux Falls Blue Sox, 17-14. This stunning loss put Hoy’s Boys in the losing bracket where no team were able to seriously challenge the team except for the New England Evo. The Hoy’s Boys needed an extra inning to get past Evo, 13-11. This loss marked the second straight year that the Evo were not able to defeat the Hoy’s Boys as they lost to Hoy’s Boys in the 2014 championship game.

Chicago Mafia stood in the Hoy’s Boys way for a change to avenge the earlier loss to Blue Sox and they got trounced 13-1 to set up a rematch. The Blue Sox defeated California 3B 10-7 and Chicago Mafia 15-5 to earn a spot in the championship round.

This marks the second trip to the championship game for the Blue Sox where they had to share the championship with the Hoy’s Boys in 2013 in the infamous lights out scenario in Maryland.

The Blue Sox had a 5-4 lead in third inning but eventually lost it when Hoy’s Boys scored six runs to take a 10-5 lead to start the fourth inning. Blue Sox were able to cut Hoy’s Boys lead to 10-9 in the fourth inning. But then the floodgates opened and the Hoy’s Boys bats got on fire. They steadily built their lead to 19-9 to take the first game to force the second and deciding game.

The second game had offensive fireworks to start the game as the Hoy’s Boys had a quick start to the first inning taking a 5-0 lead. The Blue Sox responded with a three-run homer by Alex Weis to cut the lead to 5-3 for the first inning. The second inning saw the Hoy’s Boys extend its lead to 9-3 but Alex Weis came to the Blue Sox’s rescue again with his second three-run homerun to cut the lead to 9-7. After the third inning showed that the Blue Sox were unable to keep up with the Hoy’s Boys as they built their lead to 19-7 before they scored again in the fourth inning and staged a mini-rally to 19-12. But this pretty much marked the end for Blue Sox as the Hoy’s Boys bats kept churning out runs to win the 2015 championship 28-16 and five in a row. Joel Gonzales of Hoy’s Boys was named MVP.

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