Class of 2005 Class of 2005


Bobby DanielsBobby Daniels

BOBBY DANIELS BEGAN playing softball in the County in 1972 and has continued at a high level of competition to this day. He currently competes on an open team and in the senior league. Over the years he has played on seven league championship teams and played on the Dudley Martin team that won the ISSA World Championship where he was selected to the All World team.


Brian DullBrian Dull, All Star Sports

ALL STAR SPORTS opened for business in Dale City in 1983 as a small retail sporting goods store. Their first menĂ­s softball team was sponsored in 1987 and it quickly grew to be a Division 1 team in the area. As the years went on they were sponsoring women and co-ed teams as well and quickly found themselves as a team outfitter which led them to start screen printing and embroidering for teams and businesses. The increase in sales from team sports forced them to move to the Potomac mills area with more space to grow.

At times they were sponsoring 6 softball teams in the County per season. Teams have brought them awards and plaques anywhere from first place to last place from the local, state and on the national levels.

All Star Sports has always been committed to helping the community by sponsoring, donating and advertising sports teams and organizations. A visit through their store will show team's accomplishments with the team pictures and awards hanging on the walls. From soccer, baseball, basketball, football to stock car racing and marching bands. they have sponsored many youth teams and leagues and as time goes by those kids become the players and coaches in the adult leagues. Brian Dull says "All Star Sports supports the community and it is an honor to be included into the Prince William County Softball Hall of Fame as a sponsor. And as the CEO and part owner, along with my brother Ron and father, we will continue to support the community in Prince William County and the surrounding jurisdictions both in the adult and youth softball leagues."

All Star Sports Building


Frank Clark

Frank Clark

FRANK CLARK IS another Woodbridge area resident that was known throughout softball circles as an excellent player and when not playing was one of the area's top game officials. His teams won numerous championships over the years and Frankie was often named the MVP and named to the All Star teams. He was twice selected for the ISF Senior World Cup All World Team.


Larry Kackley

Larry Kackley

LARRY KACKLEY BEGAN his softball career here in Prince William County in 1962 and has become a fixture in the Christian Fellowship League in Woodbridge. He is best known as the spiritual leader of his teams and his leadership and commitment to his church team has inspired his teammates for all these years. He has not missed a season since 1962.


Michael A. Laird

Michael A. Laird

MIKE LAIRD GREW UP in Manassas where he graduated as valedictorian at Osbourn High School in 1972. After receiving a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering at Notre Dame he returned to Manassas in 1978 and has been on our softball diamonds each summer since. Over the years Mike has continued to play competitively and was consistently named to WPWSA All Star teams. In 1989 he was named to the Journal Messenger All Star team. Mike moved to the senior division in 2004 and played on the Dudley Martin team that won the ISSA World Championship.


2007 placeholderWes Stott

WES STOTT WAS with the Prince William County Park Authority for over 30 years. His commitment and dedication to providing quality playing fields in the County has earned him the respect of the softball community. The ground crews in the County under his supervision performed to such a high professional standard over the years which led to Prince William County being recognized Nationally for the quality of its softball fields.

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