We kick start the tournament playing the Illinois Sparks – Kubin and it was a close game…neck and neck until the end. After 6 innings it was tied so we had to go to a “sudden death” type of thing (some California Rule thing…???) Anywho…we ended up winning that and the final score was 10-8! Thank goodness…that was a close one!
I took pictures of Scott but they were all blurry so I am not even going to bother with those, but I do have a really cute picture of Gianna and her friend Andrew watching the game…or playing I should say…in a tree!
My mind was a little preoccupied because Alyssa was graduating from 8th grade the same week as this tournament so I am not sure what pictures are what. Not only that but I was using two different cameras so I think some Alyssa uploaded to her laptop and then deleted from the SD card. I do have some so if I ever get them onto my Mac, I’ll add them…I had a really good one of Connor Gill (I think) getting ready to slide into home, but sadly he was out. Boo….but, I’ll post what I can from championship day. Ok, so I’ll get back to the scores… we played Tinley Park Bobcats and won 6-5, we played the Plainfield Edge – Fritz and won, 12-2, then we played the Tinley Park Bobcats – Leconte and won 12-0, and lastly, the St. Joe’s Bombers.
Here are the boys waiting to play their championship game.
Here goes the championship game… I love the concentration on his face, it’s priceless!
Then the win…we won, beat St. Joe’s 10-0.
The team trophy is half the size of Scott, lol!
Now we move on to an out of State tournament…we are headed to IOWA! WOOHOO!! See you all next week!
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