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This was the 10-U championship. (10-U is my travel-team age group, 10 and Under) I was the runner on 2nd. I got walked, then I stole. The next batter bunted, and she was safe. I didn't have to go, and neither did the girl on 3rd, Olivia. "Hey," Natalie said. "did you guys see the trophy for the champions?"
"OMIGOSH! It's SO big!" I squealed. "You realize if we win," Lindsay said. "you would get to keep it?" I squealed again "Ya! Your the head coach's kid!" said Natalie. "I'm positive that we'll ALL get a mini trophy, though!" Lindsay said. "Girls, it's time to go to the pavilion. It's been over and hour and we can't play on. The fields are too wet!" my mom said.
Both teams huddled under the pavilion to see who won. The rain wouldn't stop and the lightning kept on comin'. The person in charge of the tournament held a second place trophy and the 1st place trophy in the other hand. He separated us on one half, and the other team on the other. The hand on our side was the 2nd place trophy! I was soooooo mad."The coaches both know who won,
and I just want to let you know that we looked at how well you 2 teams played, and how many runs you let go by. (if a ball gets BEHIND the catcher, that is a run let go by) As fast as a flash, he switched his arms and said, "Congrats to the WarCats! You had 20 runs go by, and the black-widows had 21! Good game, girls. We did what was fair." We had worked so hard and it paid off. I cried.
Afterwords, we had a party at my grandma and grandpa's pool for the end of the season. I brought the ginormous trophy there too for everyone to see. We got awards, and pictures of the season, and I am still with half of the team even on a REALLY high level of travel. And sometimes I look back to what I did-what WE did to win.
Even through the rain, my team still worked harder than ever. Wanting to win made all the difference of a memory I'll never forget.
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