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Kick It & Quit It

Spring Softcore Kickball at Denny Park Tues/Thurs - Softcore Kickball at Denny Park T/Th
Team Color
Blue - Navy
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History
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4 3 0

Team Schedule

Tuesday, April 19

Summer Leagues Open
7:30 PM Field 1
 
Mama Team Logo
Home
vs
Mama
Loss
6 - 12

Tuesday, April 26

Week 2 Banner
6:30 PM Field 1
 
Work Friends Team Logo
Home
vs
Work Friends
Win
7 - 1

Tuesday, May 3

Week 3 Banner
7:30 PM Field 1
 
they Team Logo
Visitor
vs
they
Loss
6 - 10

Thursday, May 12

Week 4
6:30 PM Field 1
 
Pitches Be Crazy Team Logo
Home
vs
Pitches Be Crazy
Win
13 - 3

Thursday, May 19

6:30 PM Field 1
 
HasKicks Team Logo
Home
vs
HasKicks
Win
15 - 10

Thursday, May 26

Week 5
7:30 PM Field 1
 
Kickin' the Balls Team Logo
Home
vs
Kickin' the Balls
Win
11 - 8

Thursday, June 9

PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
6:30 PM Field 1
 
Kickin' the Balls Team Logo
Home
vs
Kickin' the Balls
Loss
2 - 13

Tuesday, June 7

PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
View Seeding and Schedule Info

Tuesday, June 14

PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
View Seeding and Schedule Info

Notes

Thursday, May 26

Dillon Sykes

The Wounded War Hero

This past Thursday at Denny Park, Dillon of Kick It and Quit It made the best of a bad decision. Dillon sported some trendy shoes to the game that ended up making his feet quite sore throughout the contest - so sore that he had to kick with his opposite foot! Nevertheless, Dillon played all 7 innings of his game, recording a clutch RBI in a crucial moment while batting switch. For fighting through the pain and performing in the clutch, Dillon is our player of the week.

Tuesday, April 26

Julie Mendoza

Kick It & Quit It

Julie M earns this week's Player of the Week award for her stellar pitching performance, allowing only 1 run in 7 innings. That is quite the feat for baseball, which makes it that much more difficult for kickball. She was a very pitch-to-contact pitcher, letting her defense do all of the work and she just basked in the glory of being a phenomenal kickball pitcher. And did it all with a great smile on her face. Congrats Julie!

 

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