Class of 2004 Class of 2004

Bobby Ford

Bobby Ford

BOBBY FORD BEGAN playing softball as a youth in the fifties and has continued to be a mainstay in the sport over the years in the County. He was a player, coach, manager and organizer over the years and is best known in the Manassas Church League where his All Saints teams have played a major role in the growth of church league softball in the County. Bobby was also an integral part of organizing the senior league in the mid nineties.

Joe Burke

Joe Burke

JOE BURKE IS A lifelong resident of Prince William County and a graduate of Brentsville District High School. He began playing softball in 1972 and for most of his career played shortstop. He has played on numerous league and tournament championship teams and been on one World Championship team. Joe grew up on the dairy farm that is now Valley View Park where he was able to return in 2003 and play softball twice a week for several years until sidelined with a work injury. He was an integral part of the Thomas Engineering Senior Team that won 11 consecutive Senior League Championships.

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JOHN HUGGINS WAS a softball organizer in Prince William County for over twenty years. John coached and sponsored several championship teams over the years and is perhaps best known as the skipper of the Stingers. His teams have won numerous league and County championships in the mens, seniors and coed divisions. John also served as the Vice President of the Woodbridge Men's League and was active member of the PWC Adult Softball Council.

John Wiley

John Wiley

JOHN WILEY PLAYED softball in the County for over 45 years. His love and dedication to the sport was/is an inspiration to all his teammates at the First Baptist Church of Woodbridge. John has been a true pioneer in the sport of softball in the County. John's commitment to the sport exemplifies the fellowship that exists at the team level that adds much to the quality of life for many County residents. John's continuous support of the sport for over 45 years has earned him a place in the Hall of Fame.

Ron MilamRon Milam

RON MILAM PLAYED softball in Prince William County for over 35 years until retiring to Pinehurst, NC. He played on many league championship teams over the years and was one of the top skilled players to come out of Woodbridge. His tournament teams won ten National Championships and he has also been inducted into the Central Virginia ASA Hall of Fame and the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame.

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