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Resmondo makes it two championships in a row
By Don Bowman
The early season nod
in men’s major play has got to go to
Resmondo Sod/Specialty Tank (
Normally no one feels too sorry for a loaded team like Resmondo, but they went an amazing 8-1 in this one, and had to finish the tournament with ten players.
Finishing third was Columbus Pipe (Ohio), but had to feel pretty good about themselves in view of the fact the knocked off Resmondo early in the event, sending the ‘Sodbusters’ to the losers bracket.
Dan Smith/Team Combat wins title
Redwood/Sportsdiamond on fire
is sizzling in men’s class ‘B’ play, are the No. 1 rated team in the state!
They were the talk of the tournament at Corky’s Earlybird in
once again proved why it is a softball ‘extravaganza’ in
Other teams who had excellent weekend’s were: River City Ready Mix, Sellox/Miken, Theraldson’s, T’s 13, Viessman/Miken, and Team Viessman.
Rain, rain go away
Spring rains have
been nothing short of a disaster for state high school teams who have seen
numerous league and tournaments washed out early in 2008. Among some of the top
fastpitch tournaments in the state that were forced to cancel include:
Gophers head to Big Tens
Speaking of fast
pitch, the Golden Gopher women’s team enters the Big Ten tournament this
weekend, as the No. 4 seed, and will take on Purdue on May 8 at , in
Mosquitoland Classic opens May 29
The state’s top
senior men’s slow pitch NIT, the
Divisions offered are men’s 50’s, 55’s, 60’s, 65’s and 70’s. For information call 651-490-0045.
All American Restoration takes first
The very potent All American Restoration men’s class ‘B’ ball club, which boasts several members of the 2007 men’s class ‘B’ world champion Showcase team, steamrolled through Pov’s Spring Tournament last weekend in Andover.