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Runyon Field Releases Tentative 2022 Schedule

The Runyon Field Sports Complex recently announced the 2022 baseball/softball schedule. The schedule below is subject to change depending on  COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions in place at that time if any.

 

 

 

 

 

March 12-13
       RSC Dust the Rust Off - Baseball Friendly
          Divisions: 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee: $300/Team
          6 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed
          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your
          basic baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
and plenty of parking.
          Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 03/02/2022

April 1-3
       Swing Into Spring Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee: 8U = $350/Team,
          10U-14U = $550/Team
          8 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed

​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE

       Registration Deadline: 03/21/2022

April 22-24
       RSC Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee:
10U-14U = $550/Team
          8 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed

​         
Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.

          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.

          Register
HERE
          Registration Deadline: 04/12/2022

May 13-15
       Jim Cover Memorial Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee:
10U-14U = $550/Team
       
  8 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed
​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
          Register
HERE
          Registration Deadline: 05/03/2022

June 16-19
       42nd Annual Tony Andenucio Memorial
       Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
18U
          For More Information, Please Call RSC 719-583-6195.
​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.

          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.

June 16-19
       DiIorio Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee:
TBA
       
  8 Teams Max
​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your
          basic baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.

June 24-26
       Denny Stilson Memorial Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
8U, 10U, 12U, 14U
          Registration Fee:
8U = $350/Team,
          10U-14U = $550/Team

          8 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed

​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
          Register
HERE
          Registration Deadline: 06/14/2022

June 24-26
       Artie Escobado Memorial Baseball Tournament
          Divisions: 
18U
         
For More Information, Please Call RSC 719-583-6195.
​          Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms and plenty of parking.

 

 

 

 

 

March 5-6
       RSC Dust the Rust Off - Softball Friendly
          Divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U
          Registration Fee: $300/Team
          6 Teams Max / 3 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 02/23/2022

March 18-20
       RSC March Madness Softball Tournament
          Divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U
          Registration Fee: $550/Team
          8 Teams Max / 4 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 03/08/2022

April 15-16
       Bunny Bash Softball Tournament
          Divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U
          Registration Fee: $400/Team
          8 Teams Max / 4 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 04/05/2022

April 30-May 1
       Azteca Softball Invitational
          Divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U
          Registration Fee: $550/Team
          8 Teams Max / 4 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 04/20/2022

May 20-22
       Al Kay Shriners 14U Softball Tournament
          Divisions: 14U 
          Registration Fee: $550/Team
          18 Teams Max / 4 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 05/10/2022

June 10-12
       Pueblo Chile Softball Invitational
          Divisions: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U 
          Registration Fee: $550/Team
          8 Teams Max / 4 Games Guaranteed
          ​Batting cages available, Pro shop for your basic
          baseball needs.
          Complete concessions available, clean restrooms
          and plenty of parking.
        Register HERE
        Registration Deadline: 05/31/2022

2021 Halloween Bash Baseball Tournament Recap  

The Runyon Field Sports Complex Played host to the  Second Annual Halloween Bash Baseball/Softball Tournament.  The softball bash took place Oct. 22-24 and the baseball bash was held on Oct. 29-31. This was an age division tournament (10U, 12U, 14U, and 16U for softball and 10U, 12U and 14U for baseball)  There was be a costume parade before each championship game.

Below are the team photos of champions fromeach age division.

 

 

 

2021 Softball Bash Champions

Below are the Second Annual Halloween Bash Softball Champions (Click for larger view).



 

2021 Baseball Bash Champions

Below are the Second Annual Halloween Bash Baseball Champions (Click for larger view).




 

Tony Andenucio Tournament

Welcone to one of the premier baseball tournaments in the country that usually takes place during the month of June at Runyon Field. The Tony Andenucio Memorial, which has been a fixture at Runyon Field for 40 years, runs this year from July 15-18, 2021, for the 41st edition. The tournament has produced seven players that are playing in Major League Baseball.  Defending champion Cheyenne, WY returns to lead a 12-team field which includes teams from Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming and the Pueblo Azteca (formerly Loaf 'N Jug).

Tournament Rules         Tournament History       Tournament Records



Artie Escobado 18U Tournament

June 11th thru 14th, 2020

Runyon Sports Complex, Pueblo, CO

We are looking for competitive teams to play in this tournament at one of the best baseball complexes in all of Colorado!

• $700 Entry Fee
• 6 games guaranteed (12 teams)
• CABA wood bat works series and AABC regional qualifier
• Top two teams in each division move into championship bracket, the other teams will play cross over game.

Tournament Rules:
• 7-inning games & game balls will be furnished
• Speed up rules for pitcher and catcher
• Safety Slide Rule
• 8-Run Rule after 5 innings

To reserve a spot or if you have any questions, please contact the Runyon field office 719-583-6195

 


 

 

Tony Andenucio Tournament Rules

The two teams with the best total record out of each division will play in the semi-final round Sunday and the winners of these games will advance to the championship game Sunday evening at 7:00pm. The remaining 10 teams will pair up on Saturday for their Sunday game with a team from the other division. Tie breaking procedures are as follows:
a. Head to head
b. Runs Allowed
a. Runs Scored
b. Coin Toss

In the event of unforeseen problems (weather, lights) the tie breaking procedure will be used for equal number of games, in the order that they were played. The schedule will stay intact. Example: Team A plays 5 games and gives up 9 runs. Team B plays 4 games and gives up 7 runs. Team C plays 4 games and gives up 8 runs. Team A will only count runs given up in the first 4 games. Runs scored will be the last tie breaker before a coin toss.

All games will be 7 innings, the 8 run rule after 5 innings. Championship game will also be 7 innings, with the 8-run rule.

American league rules will be used. DH for the Pitcher Only, speed up for the pitcher and catcher only. Note: If a baserunner does not slide or attempt to get around a fielder who has the ball and is waiting to make a tag or if he maliciously runs into a fielder attempting to field a ball, the baserunner will be out. Player may be ejected. No malicious conduct will be allowed.
Teams will be given 10 minutes for in-and-out or half the time before the start of the next scheduled game. (Starters only unless agreed upon by both coaches).

Home team during division play will be decided by a coin flip 30 minutes prior to game play, with tournament director. (Exception: Pueblo Azteca will be the home team in all 5 of the 9 division games).

Semi-Final and Championship game home teams will be decided by the higher seed. If both number 1 seeded teams for each division play in the championship then the home team will be decided by the Coin Toss.

Trophies will be given for the 1st and 2nd place teams, All-Tournament Team MVP, MVP Hitter, Golden Glove and Most Improved Team.

You must make you own arrangements if you want radio hook up. Booths are available at the top of the grandstands at request.

Batting cages are available at Runyon Field.

ANY PLAYER EJECTED FROM A GAME WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PLAY IN THE NEXT GAME, EVEN IF THE NEXT PLAYED GAME IS THE NEXT DAY.


Hobbs Field Dimensions
342’ down the left-field line
374’ to center field
342’ down the right-field line

Andenucio Field Dimensions
335’ down the left-field line
378’ to center field
335’ down the right-field line

 

 

 


Tony Andenucio All-Tournament Team History

The ‘Nuch is a Fathers’ Day Tournament in memory of Tony Andenucio. Tony passed away in 1977. The tournament began in 1978 and has been held at Runyon Field continuously since 1981, attracting talented teams from around the country.

2019: Jaden Collins, Las Vegas; Ty Addington, Pueblo Azteca; Gage Mestas, 4-Corners; Wyatt Lawley, Farmington; Dalton Smith, Burkburnett; Cody Brooks, Cheyenne; Nolan Biaggi, Parker; Stevenson Reynolds, Grand Junction; Dalton Thatcher, 4-Corners; Rio Grainger, Albuquerque; Cameron Yuran, Cherry Creek; Parker Ward, Woodward; Coltin Belote, Burkburnett; Damon Earlton, Pueblo Azteca; Joe Medina, Greeley; Ty Goss, Woodward; Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Treston Shalenberger, 4-Corners; Most Promising Pitcher: Maximus Martinez, Burkburnett; Golden Glove: Kody Bigford, Burkburnett; MVP Hitter: Drew Price, 4-Corners; All-Tourney Coach: Shane Shallenberger, 4-Corners. Title game: 4-Corners 8, Burkburnett 5

2018: Ty Addington, Loaf ‘N Jug; Jared Hanks, Grand Junction; Grant Bessey, Farmington; RJ Prince, Cheyenne Post 6; Jayce Clem, Burkburnett; Tyler Ruetschle, 4-Corners; Keegan Vialpando, Greeley; Jayden Cordova, Loaf ‘N Jug; Brandon Bagon, Albuquerque; Finley Hastings, Cheyenne Post 6; Christopher Goldston, Woodward; Zach Hanenburg, Loaf ‘N Jug; Max Marshall, Parker; Robbie Gallegos, Las Vegas; Cody Schultz, Cherry Creek; Lucas Watson, Loaf ‘N Jug. Title game: Cheyenne Post #6 3, Loaf ‘N Jug 2.

2017: Colton Talton, Loaf ‘N Jug; Jacob Hammons, Parker; Colton Talton, Loaf ‘N Jug; Jacob Hammons, Parker; Braxton Inniss, Cheyenne; Justin Lucas, Las Vegas; Zac Van Duran, Farmington; Nate Swartz, 4-Corners; Cody Milligan, Woodward; Lukas Kaber, Loaf ‘N Jug; Riley Egloff, Cherry Creek; Nate Woll, Grand Junction; Jacob Cordova, Loaf ‘N Jug; Jason Hall, Parker; Jonathon Cowles, Greeley; Brandon Gardenhire, 4-Corners; Jacob Rutten, Albuquerque; Cole Blatchford, Cherry Creek. Title game: Cherry Creek 6, 4-Corners 0.

2016: Zach Castellucci, Loaf ‘N Jug; Trey Bigford, Burkburnett; Miles Hilton, 4-Corners; Adam Niederman, Las Vegas; John Taber, Grand Junction; Connor Mang, Albuquerque; Tyler Schultz, Cherry Creek; Cody Milligan, Elk City; JT Mossberg, Greeley; Braxton Inniss, Cheyenne; Brayden Williams, Las Vegas; Joseph Mondragon, Greeley; Lawrence Mayberry, Farmington; Grant Storebo, Cheyenne; Andrew Chavez, Cherry Creek; Jacob Hammons, Parker Lightning Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Zach Sundine, Parker; Most Promising Pitcher: Riley Egloff, Cherry Creek; Golden Glove: Andrew Coverly, Parker; MVP Hitter: Morgan McIntosh, Parker; All-Tourney Coach: Matt Tucker, Parker. Title game: Parker Lightning 2, Cherry Creek 0.

2015: Dalton Reed, Elk City; Kendel Foster, Burkburnett; Mikey Davis, Albuquerque; Matt Martin, 4-Corners; Brevin Baessler, Greeley; Anthony Parry, Las Vegas; Preston Snavely, Cherry Creek; Dayne Rowley, Farmington; Justin Rowe, Farmington; Troy Levinson, Grand Junction; Trey Garcia, Grand Junction; Lincoln, Cheyenne; Dustin Parker, Cheyenne Casey Opitz, Lightning; Morgan McIntosh, Lightning; Joshua Barry, Las Vegas Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Colton Onstott, Cheyenne; Most Promising Pitcher: Austin Davis, Farmington; Golden Glove: Brock Carter, Elk City; MVP Hitter: Braxton Inniss, Cheyenne; All-Tourney Coach: Tagg Lain, Cheyenne. Title game: Cheyenne 11, Farmington 3

2014: Ethan Spellbring, Farmington; Greg Medina, Greeley; Colin Marracco, Las Vegas; Troy Levinson, Grand Junction; Jace Evans, Parker; Brock Anderson, Cheyenne; Logan Nethercot, Loaf ‘N Jug; Nate Domingues, Zach Ahlgrim, Durango; Jared Mang, Albuquerque; Blake Estep, Easton Herring, Burkburnett; Blake Goldsberry, Matt Rindal, Matt Malkin, Ryan Rob, Cherry Creek. Title game: Elk City 3, Cherry Creek 1

2013: Matt Smallwood, Albuquerque; Marcus Martinez, Burkburnett; Brady Brunson, Elk City; Matt Benedict, Elk City; Anthony Parry, Las Vegas; Easton Garcia, Durango; Jeff Koosen, Parker; Logen Letofsky, Loaf ‘N Jug; Isaac Block, Cheyenne; Cameron Campbell, Grand Junction; Jacob Hasbrouck, Greeley; Daniel Kemmerzell, Greeley; Jeremy Johnson, Farmington; Jacy Cave, Farmington; Trent Keys, Loaf ‘N Jug; Brendan Peitsmeyer, Cherry Creek. Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Garrad Martinez, Greeley; Most Promising Pitcher: Denton Keys, Cherry Creek; Golden Glove: Austin Miller, Greeley; MVP
Hitter: Grant Farrell, Cherry Creek; All-Tourney Coach: Mark Huston, Greeley Title game: Greeley 5, Cherry Creek 4 (9)

2012: Brandon Anderson, Cheyenne; Cameron Coombs, Las Vegas; Sean Johnson, Burkburnett; Daniel Huffhines, Durango; Drew Bridges, Grand Junction; Jacob Hasbrouck, Greeley; Ryan Fraley, Farmington; R.J. Aldrete, Albuquerque; Shane Woodson, Farmington; Tyler Batt, Greeley; Dylan Fazekas, Elk City; Dyllin Mucha, Cherry Creek; Matt Benedict, Elk City; Jake Krantz, Cherry Creek; Anthony Parry, Las Vegas; Matt Rindal, Cherry Creek. Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Tanner Dearman, Elk City; Most Promising Pitcher: Austin King, Elk City; Golden Glove: Hunter Stephens, Elk City; MVP Hitter:Patrick McClain, Elk City; All-Tourney Coach: Heath Ritchie, Elk City Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 9, Cherry Creek 1

2011: Colton Gibson, Greeley; Mitch Thorman, Overland Park; Shane Woodson, Farmington; Cameron Coombs, Las Vegas; Blake Estep, Burkburnett (Texas); Easton Garcia, Durango; Drew Bridges, Grand Junction; Tyler Almager, Albuquerque; Trevor Whitmire, Albuquerque; Denton Keys, Cherry Creek; Bryan Tibbits, Cherry Creek; Cody Farell, Cheyenne (Wyo.); Tyler Straub, Albuquerque; Hunter Stephens, Elk City; Kevin Shul, Albuquerque; Matt Villalobos, Albuquerque. Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 8, Albuquerque Baseball Academy 1

2010: Joey Favata, Colorado Bandits; Robert Spencer, Albuquerque; Eli Freese, Farmington; Riley Norton, Burkburnett (Texas); Ray Mixon, Grand Junction; Josh Hull, Las Vegas; Derek Neeper, Greeley; Tito Nava, Cherry Creek; Jake McCasland, Durango; Nick Miller, Greeley; Grant McCabe, Cherry Creek; Travis Caraway, Oklahoma Travelers. Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 5, Durango Thunder 1

2009: Domicic Pagallo, Las Vegas; Jayke Brock, Grand Junction; Kyle Bumpas, Albuquerque; Brad Koman, Loaf ‘N Jug; Kevin Domzalski, Farmington; Tyler Palmer, Elk City, OK; Abe Bobb, Slammers; Alex Blackford, Cherry Creek; Logan Moore, Greeley; Pat Hirschberg, Slammers; Connor Oldcorn, Merced; Bennett Pickar, Greeley; Tynan Pedretti, Merced; Tyler Wallace, Greeley; Kyle Bettis, Merced; Michael Tennessen, Greeley. Title game: Greeley 6, Cherry Creek 4

2008: Max Walla, Albuquerque; Justin Loya, Las Vegas; Kelton Rule, Hays; Chance Baggs, Burkburnett; Chris Howard, Cherry Creek; Joe Manders, Monarch; Jerry Leonardo, Merced; Travis Wilson, Loaf ‘N Jug; Dusty Jordan, Burkburnett; Joe Medeiros, Merced; Luke Sanchez, Farmington; Uriah Fisher, Elk City; Brett Weissbeck, Farmington; Clay Kysar, Farmington; Jack Bynum, Farmington; Raffy Hernandez, Farmington. Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 12, Farmington, New Mexico 4

2007: EZ Reynes, Burkburnett; Cole Leonida, Cherry Creek; Drew Smith, Greeley; Brad Johnson, Las Vegas; Chaz Weaver, Farmington; Kevin Miller, Team LNJ; Christian Lucero, Farmington; Cale Soole, Monarch; Cameron Maldonado, Team LNJ; Matt Grisnick, Las Vegas; Randy McCurry, Elk City; Dylan Floro, Merced; Chase Roten, Elk City; Jared Broadbent, Elk City; Colton Beatty, Merced; Andrew Bone, Merced. Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 13, Merced, California 4

2006: Joe Rohfling, Lees Summit; Kris Cichoski, Las Vegas; Seth Budde, Greeley; Josh Kartchner, Farmington; Derek Rodriguez, Farmington; Wade Landowski, Monarch; Brock Floro, Merced; Joseph Mederios, Merced; Brett Sowers, Cherry Creek; Mikey Sanchez, Loaf ‘N Jug; Kory Vitato, Merced; Jordan Troxell, Elk City; Andrew Scheid, Cherry Creek; Jared Mohrman, Cherry Creek; Jay Merkle, Cherry Creek; John Halmes, Cherry Creek. Tournament Awards— Golden Glove, Brian Chuckran, Cherry Creek; MVP Hitter: Cody Cole, Elk City; Tourney MVP: Chance Deason, Elk City; All-Tourney Coach:
Mark Ward, Elk City. Title game: Elk City, Oklahoma 8, Cherry Creek 3

2005: Bob McMillin, Lee’s Summit; Billy Mansfield, Greeley; Drew Wells, Elk City; Taylor Perse, Loaf ‘N Jug; Justin Groff, Hays; Preston Land, Lee’s Summit; Seth Budde, Greeley; Logan Davis, Burkburnett; Matt Dudley, Loaf ‘N Jug; Greg Euker, Merced; Stuart Schlemeyer, Burkburnett; Justin Little, Burkburnett; Tyler Robbins, Cherry Creek; Brandon Graff, Las Vegas; Darin McDonald, Cherry Creek; Anthony Iaconianni, Las Vegas. Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Josh Damewood, Las Vegas; Golden Glove: Niko Vasquez, Las Vegas. MVP Hitter: Kris Cichuski, Las Vegas; All-Tourney Coach: Paul Bassett, Las Vegas. Title game: Las Vegas 7, Cherry Creek 3

2004: Adrian Aranda, Albuquerque; Kevin Cover, Team Loaf N Jug; Derek Ezell, Lee’s Summit; Anthony Iaconianni, Las Vegas; Aaron Breit, Hays; Adam Urnberg, Merced; Travis Roth, Greeley; Reece Creswell, Elk City; Kris Cichaski, Las Vegas; Rex Manchester, Fairview; Drew Bowman, Cherry Creek; Josh Burnett, Burkburnett; Nick Bektol, Cherry Creek; Billy Jordan, Burkburnett; Bobby Leigh, Cherry Creek.Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Mike Koons, Cherry Creek; Golden Glove: Nathan Meek, Burkburnett.; MVP Hitter: Phil Santucci, Cherry Creek; All- Tourney
Coach: Marc Goldsberry, Cherry Creek. Title game: Cherry Creek 13, Burkburnett 7

2003: Luke Dreiling, Hays; Randy Sutcliffe, Lee’s Summit; Bobby Brunswick, Greeley; Ryan Saltzgarber, BurkBurnett; Phil Cordova II, Alb-Shockers; Sean Coughlin, Cherry Creek; Chris Gallina, Loaf ‘N Jug; Brandon Graff, Las Vegas; Tony Andenucio III, Spradley-Eagles; Robby Jacobson, Las Vegas; Jordy Mercer, Elk City; Nathan Boyea, Alb-Cubs; Anthony Iaconianni, Las Vegas; Timmy Sullivan, Elk City; Reece Creswell, Elk City; Brett Case, Elk City Tournament Awards— Tourney MVP: Brian Flores, Albuquerque-Cubs; Golden Glove: Jason Seefield, Albuquerque-Cubs; All- Tourney Coach: Chuck Sheldon,
Albuquerque-Cubs. Title game: Albuquerque Cubs 11, Woodward 3

2002: Logan Smith, Lawrence; Joe Capra, Enid; Chase Kliment, Cherry Creek; Josh Hernandes, Albuquerque; Carlos Castillo, Albuquerque; Coltyn Simmons, Las Vegas; Matt Yost, Oklahoma; Cody Merrell, Oklahoma; Nick Pickerel, Elks; Mike Massaro, Eagles; Jared Bunch, Burkburnett; Mike Harkin, Austin; Art Gonzales, Burkburnett; Stephen Shaffer, Austin; Blake Nixon, Burkburnett; John Herbert, urkburnett.
Tournament Awards— Tournament MVP: Ryan Pack, Burkburnett; Golden Glove Award: Seth Fortenberry, Austin; MVP Hitter; Kevin Whelan, Austin; MVP coach Don Patty. Title game: Burkburnett, Texas 8, Austin, Texas 6.

2001: Landon Paul, Hays; Beau Sullivan; Jon Bushman, Woodward; Zach Goldberg, Lawrence; Kyle Anson, Albuquerque; Matt Jackson, Albuquerque; Aaron Peel, Burkburnett; Ryan Nelson, Burkburnett; Danny Kelly, Las Vegas; Joey Andrews, Cherry Creek; Josh Cooper, Pueblo Elks; Luke Hochevar, Cherry Creek; Michael Dudley, Pueblo Elks; Brett Berglund, Cherry Creek; Brett Humphrey, Pueblo Elks; Brad Baker, Pueblo Elks. Title game: Cherry Creek 7, Pueblo Elks 3

2000: Brent Douglas, Smoky Hill; Brian Wells, Greeley; Jeff Beiker, Hays; Adams Maris, Albuquerque; Rocky Patten, Woodward; Chris Carrillo, Pueblo Elks; Chris Kelly, Las Vegas; Nick Zananti, Spradley Eagles; Cody Clark, Cherry Creek; Josh McSpadded, Burkburnett; Vic Martinez, Cherry Creek; Marcus Simpson, Burkburnett; Joel Flores, Burkburnet. Title game: Cherry Creek 8, Burkburnett 2

1999: Ryan Baly, Wichita; Jared Birely, Burt Chevy; Ryan Daberkow, Pueblo Elks; J.R. Dimercurio, Cherry Creek; Adam Dixon, Albuquerque; Curry Ham, Woodward; Chris Kelly, Las Vegas; Matt Malgaard, Lawrence; Ben McGarry, Alaska; Kyle Peters, Wichita; Travis Slayder, Burkburnett; Ryan Strain, Cherry Creek; Cooper Vittilow, Burkburnett; Matt Wells, Burt Chevy. Title game: Cherry Creek 10, Burt Chevrolet 6

1998: Justin Shelton, Hays; Enriques Baca, Albuquerque; Jay Brooks, Lawrence; Chris Umphres, Louisville; Brock Koman, Cherry Creek; Tim Miller, Cherry Creek; Matt Oakes, Woodward; Rothy Briggs, Woodward; Dan Wells, Burt Chevrolet; Bo Scaife, Burt Chevrolet; Mark Weisenmiller, Las Vegas; Chris Patty, Burkbutnett; Toby O’Jibway; Mike Lorsbach, Burt Chevrolet. Title game: Burt Chevrolet 12, Burkburnett 2

1997: Ryan Calloway, Lawrence; David Diehl, Cherry Creek; Nick Aiello, Las Vegas; Ryan Prospect, Smoky Hill; Eddie Guerrero, Las Vegas; Ken Huff, Scottsdale; Steve Bobier, Greeley; Skip Adams,, Albuquerque; Gary Havens, Las Vegas; Chad Parks, Woodward; Josh Harrel, Woodward; Brian Schmitt, Burkburnett; Dustin Dreher, Woodward; Matt McCurdy, Las Vegas. Title game: Cherry Creek 6, Las Vegas 5 (10 innings)

1996: Darnell McDonald, Cherry Creek; Jeff Bloomer, Spradley Hit & Run; Kyle Roberts, Enid; John Karr, Lawrence; Chris Nichols, Smoky Hill; Kevin Sommerfeld, San Bruno; Tyler Tiesing, Wichita; Joe O’Jibway, Burkburnett; Rick McCormack, Burkburnett; Kyle George, Woodward; Ty Johnson, Cherry Creek; Jordan Schaeffer, Cherry Creek; Gary Havens, Las Vegas. Title game: Las Vegas 2, Cherry Creek 1 (9 innings)

1995: Damian Stambursky, Kansas City; Tra Dunham, Woodward; Ali Saisi, Millbrae; Kevin Runyon, Smoky Hill; Steve Hoff, San Bruno; Kevin Hooper, Lawrence; Ken Sarna, Las Vegas; Dan Hughes, Las Vegas; Todd Schilling, Omaha; Sam Goure, Spradley Hit & Run; Bret Kelly, Spradley Hit & Run; Shane Wright, Topeka; Andy Kalenak, Burkburnett; Chris Woehl, Burkburnett; Gary Havens, Las Vegas. Title game: Topeka 6, Burkburnett, Texas 0.

1994: Brian Turpin, Wichita, Kan.; Dave Gradstein, Millbrae; Wyler Steelmon, Enid; Jason Tynder, Houston; John White, Kansas City; Chris Brandt, San Bruno; John Drury, Pueblo Hit & Run; Chad Mead, Woodward; Shane Wright, Topeka; Sparky Wilhelm, Topeka; Eric Vann, Lawrence; Matt Vertovec, Pueblo Eagles; Nate Forbush, Phoenix; Mark Hale, Phoenix; Kevin Rudden, Cherry Creek; Jason Huth, Cherry Creek. Title game: Cherry Creek 6, Phoenix 5.

1993: Wiley Steelmon, Enid; John White, Kansas City; Tyson Hartshorn, Lamar; Joe McMahon, Omaha; Donzel McDonald, Cherry Creek; Jay Garvin, Lawrence; Craig Hixson, Woodward; Erron Kauk, Woodward; Jack Krawczyk, Phoenix; Ryan Eslinger, Pueblo Eagles No. 145; Byron Padilla, Pueblo Elks; Eric Christensen, Millbrae; Jeff Hipps, Millbrae; Jarrett Welch, Wichita; Robert Carter, Wichita; Eric Schoenhofer, Wichita. Title game: Wichita 6, Millbrae, Calif. 5 (8 innings)

1992: Eric Lyons, Muskogee; Aaron Griego, Casa Grande; Neal Vallejos, Lamar; Scott Elarton, Lamar; Fred Mohl, Lawrence; Matt Brunson, Cherry Creek; Brandon Bell, Russiaville; Aric Burkhart, Lexington; Marty Moulton, Enid; Brian Sprague, Kansas City; Brian Rodgers, Kansas City; Doug Butler, Kansas City; Justin Ross, Woodward; Aric Peters, Woodward; Ken Hook, Kansas City. Title game: Woodward 3, Kansas City 1

1991: Jason Jonas, Joliet; Chris Marshall, Lawrence; Danny Thompson, Lexington; Rhett Currie, Casa Grande; Brian Rodgers, Kansas City; Britt Gusmus, Cherry Creek; Matt Brunson, Cherry Creek; Larry Williams, Woodward; Shane Kauk, Woodward; Mike Fleece, Enid; Marty Moulton, Enid; Brandon Baird, Enid; Tyson Hartshorn, Lamar; Bart Cruikshank, Lamar; Scott Elarton, Lamar. Title game: Lamar 10, Enid 9

1990: Scott McCormack, Omaha; Shane Bloomfield, Farmington; Dave Hellmer, Cherry Creek; Mark Mills, Russiaville; Scott Hamsen, Davenport; Charles Littrel, Kansas City; Rob Ponce, Colorado Springs; Shane Kauk, Woodward; Chris Martinez, Pueblo Elks; Blake Watson, Kansas City; Thad Hildner, Pueblo Elks; Darryl  Monroe, Lawrence; Jeff Brown, Lawrence; Andy Peck, Lawrence; Juan Thomas, Lexington. Title game: Lexington 10, Lawrence 1

1989: Andy Lehman, Lawrence; Shane Andrews, Farmington; Scott Gray, Colorado Springs; David Zeigler, Woodward; Ryan Lenderman, Grand; Junction; John Ferrell, Davenport; Tom Bly, Russiaville; Matt Heap, Cherry Creek; Jeff Scheitzer, Cherry Creek; Leon Bolton, Omaha; Chopper Lettrell, Kansas City; Jeff Neimeier, Kansas City; Jamie Cooley, Kansas City; Rich Seminoff, Scottsdale. Title game: Scottsdale 12, Kansas City 7

1988: Bruce Riter, Cherry Creek; Sittichoke Huckuntod, Kansas City; Phil Goodwin, Farmington; Cary Bray, Russiaville; Terry Colvin, Houston; Mike Anaya, Farmington; Richard Goldston, Woodward; John Wuycheck, Scottsdale; Jason Pfaff, Cincinnati; Richard Andrews, Houston; Chopper LIttrell, Kansas City; Shane Andrews, Farmington; Chris Abbe, Cincinnati; Vincent Craig Moore, Houston. Title game: Farmington 3, Cincinnati 0

1987: Ricky Skruggs, Farmington; Todd Youngblood, Farmington; Carlos Verastegui, Houston; Chris Warnock, Russiaville; Mark Ward, Woodward; Sittichoke Huckuntod, Kansas; City; Mark Rodriguez, Pueblo Elks; Brent Davis, Minnetonka; Eric Mitchell, Glendale; Kevin Goldsberry, Cherry Creek; Bryant Winslow, Cherry Creek; Bob Andrews, Minnetonka; Randy Brown, Houston; Tim Hanus, Minnetonka. Title game: Cherry Creek 11, Minnetonka 1

1986: Mario Moccia, Scottsdale; Mark Ward, Woodward; Jamie McAndrew, Cherry Creek; Tim Reed, Farmington; Ken Valentine, Pueblo Elks; Bob Sem-inoff, Scottsdale; Ricky Skruggs, Farmington; Chris Hanks, Grand Junction. Title game: Scottsdale 10, Farmington, N.M. 6

1985: Chris Champion, Scottsdale; Joe Sposi, Scottsdale; Jeff Bonacquista, Pueblo Elks; Mike McDonald, Woodward; Matt Hyde, Grand Junction; Monte Faris, Woodward; Joe Knapp, Scottsdale; Dan Opperman, Las Vegas; Steve Zerr, Cherry Creek. Title game: Las Vegas 9, Scottsdale 8

1984: Brad Kuchera, Omaha; Toby Walker, Woodward; Jerry Boeschen, K.C.; Charles Caldwell, Oklahoma City; Reed Peters, Cherry Creek; Kevin Hood, Houston; Gilbert Florez, Oklahoma City; Randy Hayes, Pueblo Elks. Title game: Pueblo Elks 10, Oklahoma City Reynolds 2.

1983: Chad Gilbert, Cherry Creek; Dave Sturdivant, Cherry Creek; Rex Peters, Cherry Creek; Tony Minard, Oklahoma City; Leo Sellor, Grand Junction; Shawn Courtney, Cherry Creek; Nate Rozman, Grand Junction; Pat Shull, Kansas City; Toby Walker, Woodward. Title game: Cherry Creek 16, Grand Junction 0

1982: Bobby Buiommpensiero, Oklahoma City; Rex Peters, Cherry Creek; Albert Reyes, La Palma; Lynn Hibbs, La Palma; Mark Bowels, Oklahoma City; Greg Ward, Woodward; David Wells, La Palma; Rodney Moore, Oklahoma City; Clayton Jones, La Palma. Title game: Okla. City Reynolds 11, Wichita La Palma 2

1981: Steve Mueller, Pueblo Post 203; Doug Melton, Woodward; Paul DeLeon, Pueblo Elks; Mike Pusedu, Pueblo Elks; Carmen Rivas, Pueblo Elks; Neil Brown, C.S. Michels; Ethan Sisneros, Pueblo Post 203; Greg Ward, Woodward. Title game: Pueblo Elks 3, C.S. Michels 2

1978: Jeff Kerry, Cherry Creek; Todd Demeter, Oklahoma City; Micky Gearking, Woodward; Mickey Tettleton, Oklahoma City; Monty Kauk, Woodward, Jordan Berge, Pueblo Post 203; Steve Walker, Oklahoma City; Ron Palmer, Pueblo Post 203; Doug Fair, Pueblo Post 203; Mike Leddy, Aurora; Larry Knight, Oklahoma City; Eric Brewer, Oklahoma City; Lou Worker, Pueblo Post 203. Title game: Reynolds, Oklahoma City 6, Pueblo Post 203 4

 



 

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