Monday, August 3, 2015
Highlights - 2000

St. Joseph, Missouri
Aug 11-19
Order of Finish
Decatur (IL) Decatur Pride
Broken Bow (NE) Travelers
Madison (WI) The Farm Tavern
St. Joseph (MO) Meierhoffer
Midland (MI) Explorers
Ballston Lake (NY) Heflin Smokers
Salt Lake City (UT) Larry Miller Toyota
Peoria (IL) River City Rage
Edmonton Alberta Canada Express
Phoenix (AZ) Merchants
Kansas City (MO) Davenport Heating & Cooling
Amsterdam (NY) Spirit
Houston (TX) HIS Construction
Philadelphia (PA) D.C. Tire
Owen Sound ON Selects
Davenport (IA) Quad City Sox
CanAm Windmillers
Fargo (SD) DMS Knights
Sioux City (IA) Huskies
Fargo (ND) Kegel Black Knights
Waterloo (ON) Hallman Twins
Denmark (WI) Dukes
Marathon (WI) County Concrete
Saskatoon SK Steelcraft
Omaha (NE) Metros
Walcott (IA) Coliseum
Winterset (IA) A’s
North Mankato (MN) Junker’s Ball & Grill
Hermann (MO) East Central Fastpitch
Ashland (OH) Coors Light
Englewood (CO) Wessel Real Estate
Aurora (IL) Dolan & Murphy
Prince Albert SK Aallcann
Portage (WI) 51 Classics
Belvidere (IL) Boone County Pride
Arlington (VA) Fedlock
Powhaten (VA) Lonesome Oak Rockers
Springfield (MO) Parrots
Salt Lake City (UT) Page Brake
Pueblo (CO) Legacy Communications
Geneva (MN) Richards Woods Products
Allentown (PA) All Seasons
San Luis Obispo (CA) California Bucks
Albany (MO) National Investors Thunder
Mishawaka (IN) Plangger’s Furniture
Munger (MI) Bulldogs
Kansas City (MO) Classic
St. Louis (MO) Welby’s
All-World 1st Team – Team – Pos – BA
Doug Chase – Madison C .450
Curtis Martin – Salt Lake City C .400
Chris Miljavac – St. Joseph IF .357
Kerry Shaw – St. Joseph IF .360
Shawn Rychick – Decatur IF .412
David Boys – Decatur IF .462
Paul Walford – Amsterdam IF .476
Ryan Wolfe – Broken Bow OF .286
Thomas Makea – Broken Bow OF .611
Terry Challis – Amsterdam OF .353
Mike Dryer – St. Joseph OF .333
Donnie Hale – Marathon DH .600
All-World 2nd Team – Team – Pos – BA
Tim Wahl – Madison C .333
Todd Twachtmann – St. Joseph C .333
Ron Head – Edmonton IF .500
Gary Hermsen – Edmonton IF .400
Brian Martie – Madison IF .261
Darren Rea – Philadelphia IF .533
Steve Scott – Peoria IF .450
Colin Abbott – Madison OF .300
Mike Taylor – Owen Sound OF .385
Terry Wallin – Decatur OF .308
Kyle Magnusson – Salt Lake City OF .400
Bob Blakely – Kanas City DH .444
All-World Pitchers 1st Team – Team – W-L   ERA   SO
Darren Zack – Decatur                          3-0     0.67    36
Doug Middleton – St. Joseph                4-0     0.42    38
Rob Schweyer – Broken Bow                4-1     1.15    43
All-World Pitchers 2nd Team – Team - W-L ERA   SO
Michael White – Decatur                       3-0    0.00    31
Todd Martin – Madison                         4-0    1.45    50
Terry Luster – Peoria                             4-1    0.50    47
Other Awards
Most Valuable Player – Thomas Makea, Broken Bow NE
Most Outstanding Pitcher - Darren Zack, Decatur IL
Leading Hitter – Thomas Makea, Broken Bow NE (.611)
Most Runs Batted In – Thomas Makea, Broken Bow NE (10)
Best Dressed Team – Saskatoon SK Steeelcraft
Team Sportsmanship – Albany MO National Investors Thunder
Margarito Banales, El Paso TX; Ron Brinkman, Appleton WI; Tom Boyd, New Tripoli PA; Don Cook, Findley OH; Jeff Sloan, Blair NE; Todd Delph, Sadalia MO; Frank Magrino Kansas City MO; John Voss, Lancaster PA; Terry Lunn, Salt Lake City UT; Les Novak, St. Louis Park MN; Rick Havercroft, Saginaw MI; Leon Watson, St. Louis MO; Peter Kluszcynski, Brampton ON; Tom Topping, Cedarville IA
ISC Executive Committee
       President: Ken Hackmeister, Farmington UT 
       Exec. Director: Milt Stark, Anaheim CA      
       Treasurer: Dick Mason, Littleton CO
       Regional VP’s: Charlie Smith, Southern VP
                                Wayne Fisher, Youth VP
                                Larry Fisher, Eastern VP
                                Herb Wisdom, Western VP
                                Ferdi Nelissen, Canadian VP
                                Pat Sullivan, Northern VP
       Secretary: Robert Gray, Montgomery AL
       Chairman: Mike Goodridge, Hamilton ON
       Umpire-In-Chief: Bob Minshall, Mississauga ON
       Immediate Past Pres: Bob Welby, St. Louis MO
Thomas Makea was the Most Valuable Player, Leading Hitter, and Leader in RBI’s. Thomas also tied the tournament lead for Homerun’s giving him the ISC Triple Crown.
Darren Zack and Michael White dominated opponents finishing 6.0, with 67 K’s and a 0.27 combined ERA.

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