Aaron had one of the games that people will be talking about for weeks to come. Aaron started off by kicking three home runs in his first three bats. The home runs were due to some precise kicking and great speed that allowed Bottom of the Fifth to jump out to an early offense. Aaron was able to supply a couple more insurance runs on a double with another precise kick that help secure the win for the Bottom of the Fifth. At the end of day Aaron was just happy to contribute for the win, but his teammates were impressed by his kicking ability. Keep it up Aaron as it is a long season!
Being clutch late in the game is a crucial element of kickball. Lebron James could learn a thing or two from Michael Peck. Michael came through with a 3 run homerun in the top of the 5th to give the Mustangs the lead for good. He also held it down in the field providing defense when needed. Great job Michael, way to come through for your team.
From Hoops and Track to Kickball, the result stays the same
Heather made a name for herself being a standout HS athlete in basketball and track. That vaulted her to a successful sports experience with the hometown Huskies. Now we can add Kickball dominance for her post-graduate accomplishments. Heather looked like a seasoned vet as she dropped pinpoint kicks into defensive holes, and swallowed up every booming kick that came her way on the diamond.
Impressive rookie game!
Ryan had one of those games that nothing seemed to go wrong on the offensive or defensive side. He helped his team, That Pitch Is a Bunt, offensively by getting on base every time including a home run and a double. His defense was just as good as he pitched a gem. Every time his team seemed to be in trouble Ryan made a spectacular catch to get out of the jam. However, nothing was more evident that it was Ryan's night as when he missed a play down the first base line that turned into him getting the runner out who tried to score from third base. Nice job Ryan on the great game!
Sean had one of those up and down games that seem to drive his team, Mutty Mix of Madness crazy. With his team trailing early in the game, Sean came up with the bases loaded. He made a great kick that landed on the line in right field that emptied the bases and gave his team the lead. Sean almost gave back the lead with his aggressive base running and coaching. He continually made outs for his team by sending runners in dangerous situations that usually ended in an out. Luckily Sean was able to redeem himself late in the game by driving in a couple of insurance runs.
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Nikki "Bionic Woman" Waiss can do it all
With her team, Turkey Snazzlers, down players for their playoff game Nikki provided the much needed spark. Offensively she used her speed and well placed bunt to get on base. While on defense at second base, she was able to play every ball that came to her. Even if a ball seemed to be heading over her head she would just jump up to knock the ball down to keep it in front of her, which usually still resulted in an out. Nikki’s play garnered so much attention from the other team, Jiminy Kick It, that they nicknamed her the “Bionic Woman”, due to her knee brace and play on the field. Keep up the good work in the rest of the playoffs!
Both semifinal games featured stifling defense with both top seed remaining teams pulling out victories. The championship lived up to the hype. Snazzlers jumped out to an early lead. Pitch fought back and tied it up in the 4th. Snazzlers again took the lead 2-5. But showing their resolve, Pitch battled back again tying up he game 5-5 heading into the 7th. Snazzlers couldn't capitalize on their opportunity and Pitch did, scoring with two outs and tensions high. Great win That Pitch is a Bunt!
Missy impresses all with her defense
Missy impressed us all with her defensive prowess at shortstop. More than a few times she came up with amazing catches no one thought was possible. Ozzie Smith would have been proud!