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High Flying Roseville Eagles claim 1st Annual NAFA Western Championship

Monday, July 7th, 2014

070614-RosevilleFP.1web The Roseville Eagles of Roseville, Calif. won the 1st Annual NAFA Western Championship, July 6, at Centennial Park in Carson City, Nev. Contributed Photo

By BENJIE HEDGECOCK / NAFA Executive Director

CARSON CITY, Nev. – The pitching was steady, the hitting prolific, and as a result the Eagles of Roseville, Calif. claimed the 1st Annual NAFA Western Championship at Centennial Park in Carson City, July 4-6.

The Eagles flew through the eight-team tournament winning five consecutive games to finish 5-0 ahead of runner-up East Bay Bashers (4-2), third-place Stockton Black Sox (4-2), and fourth place NSB (3-2).

Roseville’s offense set the pace by outscoring its opponents 54-14. Assigned to Pool A, the Eagles finished 3-0 by defeating NSB 10-7; the Hotshots 13-0; and Ramos Brothers 9-1.

That undefeated run, earned the Eagles the No. 1 seed in the pool and two lives heading into Sunday’s championship round.

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Hot bats and solid pitching lead Boise RiverDogs to ASA national title

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

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Shane Alder, seen here pitching in the 2010 NAFA World Series, pitched all four games in leading the Boise, Idaho RiverDogs to the 2013 ASA Class C West Men’s Fastpitch National Championship, Sept. 1, in Salem, Oregon. Photo By BOB OTTO

SALEM, Ore – Cody Brubaker homered, Shane Alder allowed just one run, and the RiverDogs of Boise, Idaho claimed the 2013 ASA Class C West Men’s Fastpitch National Championship by defeating the Roseville (Calif.) Eagles 8-1, Sept. 1 at Wallace Marine Park in Salem, Ore.

Brubaker blasted a three-run homer in the first inning that gave the RiverDogs a 4-0 advantage. And two runs each in the second and third proved too much for Roseville to overcome.

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