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Legendary Baptist wins
church league tourney crown
Monitor Staff Reports
GUN BARREL CITY–Legendary Baptist Church in Gun Barrel City defeated the
Christian Life Center Crushers 13-7 Saturday to win the Cedar Creek
Christian Softball League end-of-season tournament championship.
Monitor Photos/Kerry Yancey
Legendary Baptist shortstop Cary Morton (along with second baseman
Lori Yates) fires around the outstretched arm of Christian Life Center
Crushers baserunner Tim Gilliam (34) to complete a last-inning double
play that sealed the championship.
Legendary Baptist players hold the tournament champion
trophy Saturday. Pictured are (from left, front row) Cary Morton, Nate
Wood, Quinitra Larry, Pastor Mike Adalian, Lori Yates, Shannon White and
Kendell Wellman; (back row) Ryan Ray, Mark Wood, Aron Adalian, Kevin
Carter, Bill Mellorn, Rob Ballard and Chad King.
Mabank First Baptist Puddle Monkeys runner Bret Watts
is out when the cutoff throw to Gun Barrel City First Baptist Halos
third baseman Erin Mason is in time during the third place game
Skies stayed sunny throughout the day, unlike the previous tournament
schedule July 14, which was disrupted by a lengthy downpour the previous
Third place in the tournament went to the Mabank First Baptist Church
Puddle Monkeys, who edged the Gun Barrel City First Baptist Church Halos
9-8 in a come-from-behind thriller.
The Puddle Monkeys posted the best regular-season record, although no
team managed to play more than 12 games, due to numerous Saturdays wiped
out by rain.
The Cedar Creek Church of God Warriors for Jesus were the overwhelming
winner of the Fellowship Award, voted on by all players.
Reach! 2, 3, 4...
Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Mabank Little League Football Association PeeWee cheer/drill team
members began working on their first routine under the guidance of
Christina Strong Monday after signing up. Regular practices begin at 6
p.m. Monday, July 30, at Coleman Field behind Central Elementary School.
Checking the fit
Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Greg Romano (right) grabs the facemask and lightly twists Lakeview
Elementary first-grader Blake Martin’s helmet from side to side, and up
and down, to check the helmet’s fit Monday. Blake and other Mabank
Little League Football Association players lined up to get helmets and
shoulder pads in preparation for the MLLFA season. Practices for all
three age groups open at 6 p.m. Monday, July 30, at Coleman Field,
behind Central Elementary School.
Pumas clinch national
The Mabank-based Pumas soccer team has participated in two different
Quickfoot tournaments recently, coming in third at Plano and winning a
second tournament at Richland College in Dallas, clinching a spot in the
Quickfoot national tournament in August. Members include (from left)
Chase Williams, Jeremy McCoy, Josh Rodrigues, David Gallegos, coach
Steve Williams, Kerry Pyle and Thomas Haller. Not pictured are Ricardo
Robles and Jordan Taylor.