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39th Annual Rice Lake Invitational final results

Friday, June 16th, 2017

By RONN KOPP
Tournament Committee
NAFA President
Wisconsin NAFA

RICE LAKE, Wisc. – After surviving an opening round scare from the upset-minded Cushing Tigers by the score of 4-3, Odin Fastpitch of the southwestern Minnesota town of Odin, Minnesota, population 106, racked up two more wins to claim the title of the rain-shortened 39th edition of the Aquafest Men’s Fastpitch Invitational Tournament held at Tate Park in Rice Lake June 9-11.

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The battle for Gold begins at the ISF Junior Men’s World Championship

Saturday, July 19th, 2014

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WHITEHORSE, YUKON, CA – The wheat has been separated from the chaff; the cream has risen to the top.

Call it what you may. But after eight days and 54 games in the 10th ISF Junior Men’s World Championship, it has come down to this.

Argentina, New Zealand, Japan, and Australia have proven they are the four best teams in young men’s (age 19-under) fastpitch softball.

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Masmu goes long ball and Argentina rolls over Japan in ISF Junior Men’s World Championship

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

WHITEHORSE, YUKON, CA – Gonzalo Masmu bats in the number eight spot. But after his performance against Japan on Wednesday, Argentina management just might want to move him up a few spots.

Masmu hammered three home runs – a two run shot in the fourth inning, a three-run blast in the fifth, and for good measure another two-run homer in the seventh – to lead Argentina to an 8-1 victory over Japan.

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