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Lower Woodlands
Ballard Boys & Girls Club
 
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Why Underdog Kickball?

Why Underdog Kickball?

Underdog offers 21+ Co-ed Recreational Kickball Leagues for 6-7 weeks plus playoffs for qualifying teams!  

 

Registration includes:

  • Team Uniforms
  • Practice ball
  • Trained Umpires
  • Team webpage with team photo, game by game record, and standings
  • Unique game schedule based on team's skill level
  • Season is 6-7 weeks of 60 minute/7 inning games (whichever comes first)
  • Premier fields throughout the great Seattle area to the Eastside and up to Everett
  • Sponsor Bars for post game celebrations

 

Play with 10 in the field (minimum 7 players) with at least 3 of each gender for a legal team. Don't stress about the Team Balance by assigning TeamPayer dues to your teammates.

 

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Players of the Game

Aug 2 - Aug 17

Macklin T

not fast just furious

Final two outs

Alex S

Looking to Score

Great catches in the outfield/cheers to future mr and mrs smith

Steve D

Sparkle Mountain Chupacabras

For showing up

Emily C

Shawn Kemp

Game winning run on Britt's walk off sac fly

Sawyer J

OMG we Rollin Balls 4

Caught every ball that came his way

James F

Base Gods

2/2 with a sac fly

Benjamin W

Pardon My Kick

Big Toe

Peter S

Fresh Kicks

The 2 go ahead rbis in the top of the seventh and the rare strikeout to close it out

Players of the Week

Aug 2 - Aug 17

Jesse Pangelinan

Can't Kick With Us

Jesse is this weeks POTW for his infectious sportsmanship and kickball playing ability. Jesse was giving encouragement to everyone within ear shot, no matter which team they played for. He also had some outstanding kicks during Can't Kick With Us' doubleheader. Jesse made the game more enjoyable for all. Keep it up!

Amanda Wong

Pitches Ain't Hit

Amanda Wong was a true star at 1st base on Tuesday, as Pitches Ain't Hit pulled out a hard fought 4-2 victory. Amanda converted several outs on bunts and caught a couple pop ups as well. One play stood above the rest, as Amanda held onto a throw from the 3rd baseman despite being knocked over by the incoming runner.

Patrick Mayer

Grass Kickers

Patrick was an absolute stud on defense. He made multiple over the shoulder catches running from shortstop to left field. The only ball he dropped on the night was a line drive to him which he jammed his finger but still managed to get an out at second. This was a lock down performance that all other shortstops should take notice. Great job Patrick and hope that finger heals up quick, your team needs you!

Greg Stacy

Studs On Center

For his tremendous ability to track down pop flies and catch them, Greg is our Player of the Week! Although he scraped his leg in the beginning of the game, he didn’t let that stop him from being a ball hawk and catching every ball that came his way.

Stephen Raney

Kickin' McThuggetts

Stephen is this weeks POTW for his stellar defense in both games and his two run homer in the first! In a game where runs were a commodity Stephen provided some insurance runs in the 6th with a two run homer and then made sure that no extra bases were allowed in the second game with some sliding catches.

Tuck Abbott

Snow Dragons

Tuck had 2 in the park home runs. Enough said.... But actually it was amazing to watch. He knocked in 5 RKI's with those two homers and almost chased down every runner that was ahead of him. He was an absolute speed demon out there. Great job Tuck!

Justin Dellinger

Whiskey Kick

Justin was clicking on both sides of the ball in his two games of Monday night playoff kickball. In game 1 he started it with a 3 run HR in the 2nd then added 2 more RKI and 2 runs scored in what was a dominating offensive performance. In game 2, the championship, he decided to bring on the D at 1st base. He caught everything that came his way including a twisting line-drive toward the foul line that he squeezed with his fingertips for the final out with runners at 2nd and 3rd--amazing! His kicks were as big as ever with a 2 run single in the 5th to extend the lead and help bring home the eventual championship victory.

Scott Robertson

Pitch, Don't Kill My Vibe

On Thursday night, Scott seemed to have the powers of the Flash as he zipped across the outfield on multiple occasions to make some fantastic catches. All you could see was a pink blur as he sprinted toward pop-flies on the other side of the field from him.

Richard Broaddus

Rikickulous

Talk about paying attention to the scouting report! Richard seemingly was in the exact correct position EVERY time a ball was kicked his way. No matter how deep or shallow a ball kicked to his outfield position, Richard was already there to make the play. Some of the best players are the best players because they study and prepare for their opponent. If every athlete paid attention to their opponent the way that Richrd did, the whole brand of sports would be played differently. So good was Richard on this night, many of his teammates blurted out at almost the exact same time... "Richard played really well tonight!"

Maggie Tonkin

NICE SNATCH!

'Alpha' Maggie lived up to her title by reaching base in every at bat except for one--and it was a doubleheader. In game 1, she had 4 runs scored and played superb D every where she went--pitcher, outfielder and some spectacular first base. Game 2 was no different, making a huge double-play from the mound to end a rally and chasing down some nice snatches while roaming center field, she was a defensive force. Maggie came through offensively again in game 2 with a the help of some puppy love. She had 2 RKI's and at least 2 more runs scored using her speed and skills on the bases as a lethal weapon [to opponent victories]. It was a complete and dominating effort in leading NICE SNATCH to 2 big wins in the sweep of the double header.

 

Late Summer Co-ed Kickball at Lower Woodlands Mondays

Learn More
  • Sport: Kickball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women)
  • Locations: Lower Woodland PF
  • Days of the week: Monday
  • Started on : Started on Monday, August 6
 

Fall Co-ed Kickball at Ballard Boys & Girls Club Sundays

Learn More
  • Sport: Kickball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men and 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Ballard Boys & Girls Club
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, September 9
 

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