"Soli Deo Gloria"

Chaps/BWW/Worth went undefeated winning 6 games total at the "B" World series in Orlando, FL (9/13/13). Click here for the article on SoftballCenter.com and here for more pictures of all the teams at the tournament.

Three players from Chaps//BWW/Worth were awarded 3rd team all-conference at the 2013 Nationwide Conference Awards banquet.
Billy Maggard - 15th among "B" teams, 49th overall OBP of .702
Kyle Wilks - 16th among "B" teams, 55th overall OBP of .696
Justin Stewart - 31st among "B" teams. OBP of .659
Click here to see all the awards given

Chaps/BWW/Worth is the top ranked "B" team in the country and ranked 11th overall according to the latest computer ranking.

​2013 Nationwide Conference USSSA Computer Rankings 

         CHAPS/BWW/WORTH is on the cover of Softball Magazine →
2013 Men's "B" World Champions
Billy Maggard

Co-Defensive MVP's:
Donald Plaisance and Chad Loudon

All-tournament Team:

Kyle Wilks
Jason Williams
Brady Bascle
Steve McLin
Christopher Smith
Mitchell Chappell
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41st Mullet Classic Runner-Up
Tournament MVP:
Donald "Buckshot" Plaisance
(17-22) - .772 Average with 5 HR's
All-Tournament Players:
Donald Plaisance - (17-22) .772 w/ 5 HR's
Mitch Chappell - (15-20) .750 w/ 7 HR's
Brent Chappell - (15-20) .750
CSI went 5-2 in the 41st Mullet Classic, coming up just short with a respectable 2nd place finish. (7/2-7/3)
2016 Southland Park Tournament Runner-Up
Tournament MVP:
Craig Upton
(24-30) - .800 Average with 10 HR's
All-Tournament Players:
Craig Upton - (24-30) - .800 w/ 10 HR's
Clint Harris - (21-27) - .788 w/ 6 HR's
Jody Hodo - (19-25) - .760 w/ 3 HR's
Fernando Goldman - (19-25) - .760 w/ 2 HR's
Ricky Smith - (20-30) - .667 w/ 8 HR's
CSI went 6-2 in the Southland Park Tournament, coming up just short after forcing an "if" game.
Fundraisers for Trooper Keith Cole
Keith Cole, F26 graduated Class 62 of the Mississippi Highway Patrol Academy on March 6, 2018 and on April 11, 2018 was diagnosed with EG Junction Cancer (cancer that is located at the junction of the esophagus and stomach). The malignant tumor started from acid in stomach from ulcers and reflux. This rare cell type is diagnosed in only 1% of Americans. Trooper Cole is currently receiving treatment at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas. Doctors say he will be there a significant length of time.
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