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2014 NAFA World Series Information For A-Major Teams

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

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By BENJIE HEDGECOCK / NAFA Executive Director

DAYTON, Ore. – The 2014 NAFA World Series, A-Major Division dates are set for Aug. 7-10.

The tournament is fast approaching, so coaches and managers, please review the following information and respond as requested as soon as possible.

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Multi-sport athlete Jonathan Lynch choses fastpitch

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

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Jonathan Lynch shows his speed as he races around the bases at the 29th Annual Kelso Klassic tournament where he was selected the Most Valuable Player. Contributed Photo

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO – Sporting choices – young Jonathan Lynch has so many. Soccer? Yes. Baseball and basketball? Certainly.

And fastpitch softball? Most definitely.

The 19-year-old Lynch has played all four sports. He excelled in soccer, basketball and baseball in high school, and he recently finished his freshman year of baseball at Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas.

But he’s set aside this summer for a sport he professes to love – fastpitch softball. And if his performance in the 14-team, 29th Annual Kelso Klassic tournament, June 8-9, is any indication, he’s off to a great start.

TOUGH OUT MVP
Lynch, who plays first base and outfield for Kelso Fastpitch, lit up some pretty good pitchers to the tune of a .667 batting average (8-for-12), four RBIs, one double, two triples and three stolen bases.

And when the awards were handed out, Lynch carted off the Most Valuable Player trophy. And well-deserved said tournament media coordinator, Jerry Wolsey, who also plays for Kelso Fastpitch (12-4), winner of two tournaments.

“He had an outstanding tournament. His stats were against some of the top pitchers in the tournament,” Wolsey said.

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Let’s play NAFA World Series fastpitch!

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

DES MOINES and WEST DES MOINES, IA – First up in the six-division NAFA World Series men’s fastpitch softball tournament is the A-Major Division.

Forty teams from seven U.S. states and provinces throughout Canada begin play at 2:30 p.m., Thursday Aug. 12. at the Greater Des Moines Softball Park and Raccoon River Park Softball Complex.

Four games will start things off at the Des Moines ball park including the Westerville, Ohio, Capitals vs. Sight and Sound of Canada on DM1.

And at Raccoon Park, Northwest Implement of Missouri takes on Jack Daniels of Ohio at RR2.

Keep up with the results of all the games by visiting the following NAFA link:

A-Major Bracket