It wasn't bias at all to mention usa. USA did exactly what you are saying for the last many years, they brought in a local fastpitch team to score the super and AA the past couple of years.
Go look at gamechanger they are all there and compare them to the archived video. In the report I said that Demars was 10-10 because I looked on gamechanger. Teams have told me he made 2 outs against them. 4 other players contacted me to say the stats weren't even close. Mike Umschied had like 4 at bats and wasn't even at the tournament. So all the stats I had put in the reports for the Super and AA I had to take out for the 5th year in a row due to them being off by so much again.
One year it cost a player the batting title award at usa because the stats were off so much. Also I was on the field doing a condensed game of the women's championship. So in the 3rd inning I pulled up the gamechanger to check the lineup live and the scorekeeper was scoring the wrong team for both home and away, they had all of the lafamiglia stats on the mpt players and all of the mpt stats on the lafamiglia players which if you score and have names on the uniforms and numbers seems impossible. When I went over and told them what they were doing they had blank stares on their face and then flip flopped the lineups but the damage was done and all those stats were wrong.
Ask the players and teams what is the best way to keep stats since you don't believe me. Every year in meetings I ask if we really want to keep conference stats because its a lot of work I don't need and a lot of work for the teams. The answer they say is yes. Well if we are going to keep them then we are going to do it right which means teams send in the stats and send in a picture of their scoresheet for each game. And we have done this for the past 7 years. It isn't perfect but it is closest possible so far.
An even better way would be to have all teams use gamechanger that way each at bat is verified by the other team.
I love USA/ASA by the way and am the only reporter that covers their top divisions.