R played All Stars this summer!
(What? That was months ago? I know, better late than never)
She played on the Gold All Star Team.
To say that this entire team was AWESOME is an understatement.
These 12 girls and 6 coaches did a fantastic job of representing our town and park this summer.
Here are some of them in the Memorial Day Parade.
The girls had a blast and the parade was so much fun to watch.
R and her good friend K.
The first tournament was the SG Summer Classic.
Here are the girls awaiting the trophy celebration.
K and T helping B go get her trophy.
B broke her foot the day before the tournament started.
She did not miss a single game. At 6, she still put on her uniform each day and
cheered her friends on from the dugout.
This is just a small glimpse of why these girls did so well.
They truly love one another and look out for each other.
Coaches and players with their trophies.
2 days + 5 games + No losses (all won by run rule) = First Place.
Coach Daddy and R.
The 2nd tournament was the Pre-Tri County.
Here are the girls again awaiting trophies.
3 games + No losses = First Place
Do it again girls!
Coach Daddy and R showing off her trophy and the team trophy.
The final tournament was at our own park.
This was the Tri-County Tournament.
Because they placed first in the previous tourney, they got the #1 seed and a first round bye.
Here they are again awaiting trophies.
Coach Daddy giving R her trophy.
And the team with all their summer hardware.
How did they do, you ask? You guessed it...
3 games + No losses = First Place.
They won the final game in this tournament against the same team they defeated in both
of the other championship games.
These girls did it 15-4 in 32 minutes.
Now you see why they are AWESOME!
Coach Daddy and R again!
All in all the girls did what they were prepared to do.
They played softball like champions.
3 Tournaments + 11 Wins + 0 Losses = Priceless
Way to go CHAMPS!!!
Because they did so well the park has honored the team with a banner that now hangs on
the field with their picture.
Way to go girls.
You did AWESOME!