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2016 ISC Guide Book Ready To Pre-order

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
The ISC Guide contains information about the 2015 ISC World Tournament, including championship game results, individual stats, most valuable pitcher and player, all-world players, all-time records, hall of fame members, and much, much more.

The ISC Guide contains information about the 2015 ISC World Tournament, including championship game results, individual stats, most valuable pitcher and player, all-world players, all-time records, hall of fame members, and much, much more.

March 30, 2016 Mississauga, ON – With March coming to an end, fastball season is right around the corner in most of North America and now is the time to pre-order your 2016 International Softball Congress World Championship Guide.

Featuring ISC MVP Nick Shailes, of the Hill United Chiefs, in full flight on the cover, the 2016 ISC Guide has over 120 color photos along with 156 pages of stats and stories on the ISC World Tournament, ISC II Championship, and the ISC Legends 50+ Championship from the Belleville Sports Complex in South Bend, IN.

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Hill United Chiefs dream of three-peat comes true

Sunday, August 16th, 2015
Adam Folkard pitched Six Nations Hill United Chiefs to the 2015 ISC World Tournament championship, Aug. 15, and was selected the Leroy Zimmerman Most Outstanding Pitcher.

Adam Folkard pitched Six Nations Hill United Chiefs to the 2015 ISC World Tournament championship, Aug. 15, and was selected the Leroy Zimmerman Most Outstanding Pitcher.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Six Nations Hill United Chiefs of Ontario, Canada were pursuing a dream and chasing a couple of legends.

And on a late Saturday night at the Belleville Softball Complex in South Bend, the dream came true and the legends were caught.

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Ezekiel leads Hill United Chief past J&B Painting in ISC World Tournament

Friday, August 14th, 2015

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Blair Ezekiel drove in three runs on three hits, including a home run to lead the Chiefs past J&B Painting, 8-0, Thursday, in the ISC World Tournament semifinals.

The win advances the defending champion Chiefs (4-0) into Friday’s winner bracket final where they will take on the A1 Bombers of New York. The Bombers (4-0) beat the New York Gremlins, 2-0, in the other semifinal on Devon McCullough’s one-hitter.

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Adam Folkard reaches new milestone in ISC World Tournament career

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

2015ISCprogramfolkard.1lr Adam Folkard of the Hill United Chiefs won his 30th ISC World Tournament game to move up to 14th on the ISC’s all-time winningest pitchers list.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – It certainly wasn’t Adam Folkard’s most challenging moment in his fastball career, but his 12-0 victory over the Shakespeare Falcons in the ISC World Tournament on Sunday moves the hard-throwing right-hander from Australia higher on the all-time wins list in world tournament history.

Folkard – pitching for the two-time defending champion Hill United Chiefs of Ontario, Canada – won his 30th game to reach No. 14 on the ISC’s all-time winningest pitchers’ list; tied with K.G. Fincher, Alan Colglazier and Terry Luster.

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Gremlins run the gauntlet / New York squad wins four on Sunday to take title

Monday, July 30th, 2012

By LARRY STINE
Ashland Times-Gazette Correspondent
www.times-gazette.com

ASHLAND, OHIO – Mathieu Roy is starting to make his name with the big boys now. He’s a junior leaguer no longer.

Roy went 3 for 3 Sunday at the plate and scored three runs in the second championship game, leading his New York Gremlins to a 9-4 victory over the Hill United Chiefs of Clifton Park, N.Y., as the Gremlins captured the ASA Men’s Major Fast-Pitch National Tournament crown at Brookside Park.

Getting 14 hits in 22 plate appearances for a .626 batting average in four days, Roy was an easy pick as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

“It’s a really great feeling and we knew we had to win two big ones against Hill United, who were undefeated (4-0) before today,” said the mild-mannered Canadian. “We were just playing it one pitch at a time, one game at a time.”

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Field set for Sunday’s ASA Men’s Major Fastpitch National Championship at Brookside (Ashland, Ohio)

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

By DOUG HAIDET
Ashland Times-Gazette
Times-Gazette website

ASHLAND, OH – The field for the fourth and final day of the 2012 ASA Men’s Major Fast-Pitch National Tournament ASA Website is set after a Saturday full of action at Ashland’s Brookside Main and Brookside West parks.

In Saturday’s final game, the Hill United Chiefs of New York handed the Minnesota Angels their first loss of the tournament in the winner’s bracket final, 6-1. The game wrapped up a little before 11 p.m. and improved Hill United to 4-0 in the event.

On Sunday, all of the tournament’s games will be played at Brookside Main. The Kegal Black Knights of North Dakota will open action with a 9 a.m. game against the New York Gremlins. The winner of that contest is slated to take on Minnesota at 11 a.m.

From there, Hill United will play the winner, with a first pitch scheduled for 1 p.m. If Hill United is defeated in that game, a 3 p.m. game will be played.

As was reported earlier this week in the Times-Gazette, the championship game(s) will be broadcast on tape-delay on SportsTime Ohio, with the first airing set for noon Monday. Bruce Drennan, a longtime Cleveland broadcaster and the host of STO’s “All Bets Are Off,” will be on the call for those games, with color commentary coming from Ashland’s Mike Van Dine.

STANDINGS THROUGH SATURDAY’S GAMES

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