The Grandaddy of them all adds another year to their great history.
Garden State Masters Team showed they are one of the top Masters in the nation.
This yearís tournament was held in Cincinnati, Ohio for the first time in itís 42-year history. Even though the venue changed and we did not compete on the HILL, the level of play was outstanding, as well as, the camaraderie and sportsmanship.The NYPD Blues beat the Ohio Lawmen 19-14 to capture their third National Police Softball Championship. Suffolk County finished a strong third and OH-5O finished with a very respectable fourth.
NYPD BLUEíS Butch Crozier was named MVP of the tournament.
DAYTON METRO TAKES SILVER DIVISION
Dayton Metro won the Silver Division only after beating Chicago Metro in the IF Game. Metro Detroitís Finest finished third and Greene County Enforcers took fourth.
Dayton Metroís Lloyd Alexander was named the Silver Division MVP
GARDEN STATE TAKES THE MASTERS DIVISION
Lets not forget the great Masters play. The Masters Division was won by Garden State with the Ohio Lawmen Masters finishing second.
Garden Stateís Craig Sears was named Masters Division MVP
CONGRATS TO all the Teams for a great tournament.
All Tournament Selections
David Posma OH5O
Reuben Rijos Suffolk County
John Gilliam Suffolk County
Dusty Bowling Ohio Lawmen
Butch Castor Ohio Lawmen
Robbie Grinestaff Ohio Lawmen
Jim Gnew NYPD Blues
Eric Theiss NYPD Blues
Mike Cansey NYPD Blues
Danny Woods NYPD Blues
Keith Lewis Metro Detroitís Finest
Mathew Guigar Metro Detroitís Finest
Shawn White Chicago Metro
Jim Strayer Chicago Metro
Anthony Valera Chicago Metro
Jason Belacic Dayton Metro
David Laughlin Dayton Metro
Tim Davis Dayton Metro
Jamie Givens Dayton Metro
Scott Samis Garden State
Dave Masi Garden State
Scott Kulpinski Garden State
Joe Markulic Garden State