Space City Classic

T&R Stucco/Elite/Worth won it’s second Conference NIT of 2009. The Stucco boys went undefeated in this 55 team Texas tournament. Troy, Tiny & Jackie Hayes have got this very good Class A team playing at the top of the heap at the Class A division. This bunch is meeting all comers. This Worth team is hitting it, catching it and hitting for power. I saw on my board that some idiots don’t have a clue how big this team is. Make no mistake this bunch has what it needs to win, and with Jackie there he will make the right call when it counts. The Stucco boys have beat everybody they’ve played in the last two NIT’s. I can tell you it’s going to take a very strong effort for some Class A or B team to beat this bunch, we will see. Congratulations on another good weekend and good luck in your next one.

Wood Law, a team I saw play in Florida in April, I knew they would be a very good Class A team. I ranked this bunch in my top 10 and they have proven me right. This is another good Class A team who have some people who can play the game. I also know there are a whole bunch of good ball players from Texas who know how to play the game. I really like it that there is another good A team from Texas playing in the conference in 2009. I also believe there are more good teams from Texas who could compete in the conference if they could get more sponsors. I would like to see a couple of more Texas teams in Class A. Congratulations to Wood Law on a great weekend and good luck down the road.

Fencebrokers/Illustrated Sportswear from Arkansas, another good Class A team finished in third place in this one. This bunch always seems to have a good competitive team. The Fence boys played very good this past weekend. Congratulations on your weekend and good luck the rest of the way.

Mafia House of Pain finished fourth. I don’t know much about this bunch, but was told they played extremely well this past weekend. Congratulations on a good weekend and good luck in your division in 2009.

P.S. Keep a eye out on my boy Lou and the Scene. They look like they might be a pretty good team down the stretch, we will see.

I would like to congratulate the staff of the Texas USSSA who ran this very good tournament. I know you guys worked your butts off putting this huge tournament together. Good luck in the future.