Class of 2010 Class of 2010


Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown

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Josh Little

Josh Little

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Keith Thomas

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KEITH THOMAS WAS born in Missouri in 1955 and became a resident of Prince William County 1967. His first taste of slow pitch softball came through the Woodbridge Christian Fellowship Softball League at the age of 12 where he became a starter for the Dale City Baptist team in the outfield. Honing his skills through the mentoring of the more experienced and seasoned team mates, he quickly became a player recognized and respected by his competitors. In 1973, he graduated from Gar-field High School where he played football and ran track. He continued to play church softball while attending Northern Virginia Community College studying engineering and business. He extended his realm of playing to the local level in the Woodbridge Men’s League in his early 30’s. Playing with several teams and traveling up and down the east coast to participate in tournaments, he expanded his versatility on the playing field by moving to the infield. Continuing to play at various levels, Keith matured into a coach’s asset, a utility player, being able to be placed anywhere on the playing field.  In 2005, he continued his resume of play by joining the Senior Division 1 League with All Star Sports. In 2008, Keith was asked to join Shannon Auto which is now Team Zip/Norwood in the senior league. While competing at the senior level, Keith has been named several times to ISSA All World team with a MVP honor in the ISSA in 2008.

With over 40 years of participation in PWC softball, Keith has experienced many victories in league and tournament championships. Some of the most memorable moments were shared with family and friends on the softball fields. Having been afforded the opportunity to play alongside his two sons in a high level of competitive softball will always be a treasured memory. But having his wife, Sharon’s support on and off the field for all these years, plus notably being considered one of the greatest softball fans, has enabled Keith to experience the game with much enjoyment. He continues to play softball in Senior Division 1 league. 


Lloyd H. Wolfe

Lloyd Wolfe

LLOYD WOLFE IS a native of Northern Virginia, born January 17, 1954 in Arlington. He went to high school at West Springfield. Lloyd has played softball in Prince William County for 40 years. He and his wife are residents of the County and he is employed as a welder for the Fairfax County Government.

Lloyd has played slowpitch softball every year since 1973 and developed into one of the truly outstanding infielders in the game today. Most of the teams that he has played with over the years have participated at the higher skill levels. Softball provided Lloyd the opportunity to travel and play in National and World Championship tournaments all over the United States. By 2010 he had played on teams that won eleven World Championships and since 1994 he has been selected for many All American/All World teams in National competition. His managers and opponents will tell you that he is one of the best shortstops to have played the game. Through the years he also dedicated himself to his hitting and developed into a feared home-run hitter.

Lloyd continues to play in the Prince William Senior League and for Hatcher's Memorial Baptist Church in the Manassas Church League and on weekends he is off to a senior division tournament.

 


Michael Letsky

Michael Letsky

MIKE LETSKY MOVED to Prince William County in 1971 and has become a 40 year veteran of battles on the local fields while playing in the Men's Leagues, the Christian Fellowship League and later in the PWSSA Senior League. As an outstanding outfielder and a batter that hits to the opposite field quite frequently, Mike helped his teams win several league championships over the years. With advancing years he moved from the outfield to the infield. However, he continues to be an outstanding team player and always strives for greatness.

Mike joined the Holy Family Catholic Archangels in 2004 and was instrumental in helping the team win their division championship that year. Also, his performance with the Sluggers enabled them to win the PWSSA Division 2 Championship and the ISSA 50+ Division A World Championship in 2005.

Mike's forty years of outstanding softball participation in Prince William County has earned him a place in the PWC Softball Hall of Fame.


William T. "Bill" Higgins

Bill Higgins

BILL HIGGINS WAS born in Welsh, West Virginia in 1947. He graduated from Liberty High School in Bedford, VA and then graduated from the University of Richmond. He is currently the Senior Pastor at Manassas Baptist Church. Bill has been playing softball in Prince William County for over 25 years.

Bill started playing slowpitch softball in 1974 and hasn't stopped in 35 years. As a Pastor he has played for various Church teams, starting with Oak Dale Baptist in the Greenwich community. Since 1991 he has been the Pastor at Manassas Baptist and a key pitcher for their softball team. When he started at Manassas Baptist they only had one softball team and he would pitch all the games. Bill decided that softball was an opportunity to recruit new members to the Church and they started a second team. Over the years, he has inspired the development of two more Church softball teams so that everyone would have a chance to play at their level.

Bill helped his team to not only move to Division I in the Manassas Church League but also to lead the Division many years and to play in many of the County Championship games recently. He also pitches for a Division I team in the Men's league.

Bill's love of the game has continued as he plays in the Senior League while still helping his Division I Church team and leading his Church as its Pastor.

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