Girl's Softball Teams Compete in Stop DWI Tournament
It was the perfect day to break out the baseball glove and bat and play some softball, and that's what 80 girls softball teams did Friay in the 15th annual Stop-DWI softball tournament.
The girl's teams competed against each other in five different locations through out the county. Tournament officials say that this is becoming one of the country's top college exposure tournaments. Tournament Director Lou Bishop says that this tournament teaches young women great values.
Lou Bishop Tournament Director said, "I think it just carries on the message of responsibility, being responsible as a young adult as an older adult. On and off the field caring for people other than yourself is what it's all about."
Tournament officials say that 75 different colleges had representatives there scouting out talent.