Page 2 - June 2014 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter
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Tony Tournament Results Medina explains the rules of games planned for the children during Tribal Days Memorial Weekend. Continued from Page 1... place. It was a long day for those that were in the loser’s bracket. The to win the championship. Oakville Tomahawks played a total of 22 innings and came up short Mother Nature made the tournament losing to Lil’ Boston in the second directors nervous as the news championship game. Out on the channels predicted off and on softball feld the coed teams played Lil’ Boston baseball team (R) took first place championship showers throughout the weekend. at a high level, having one game go jackets in the Men’s Hardball tournament defeating the She didn’t bring any real rain 8 innings before the championship Oakville Tomahawks. showers until Sunday. Players game. The Hit & Runs team from weathered the storm and played Taholah/Nisqually came out on their games. The fnal day was top of their division defeating the exceptional as the sun came out and Natives in the championship game. smiled down on the tournament. The fnal day was long and Youth Activities: On Saturday and rewarding for many of the umpires, Sunday the youth center provided players and directors. They said different activities for children to good-bye to their new found friends compete in. When the siren was and many old ones with a friendly heard, children of all ages were hand shake as they gathered up seen running to participate in the their family and gear to travel fun activities the Youth Center back to their homes on different scheduled. Not only did they get reservations. It was a great weekend to join in the games, but the prize of friends, family and baseball. cart was soon empty. The smiles on Great Job! their faces were priceless as they ran back to their parents to show them Tournament Results The Taholah women softball team took the championship after what they had won. a hard fought battle with the Natives to win the tournament. Coed Softball Tournament: 1st On Monday, teams that were still Taholah – Rez Rats, 2nd All in the tournament played with Nations, 3rd Skok, 4th Taholah determination, grit and digging Special Awards: All-stars, MVP, deep within themselves to win frst Best Bat, Best Glove Women’s: 1st Taholah, 2nd Natives, 3rd Skok-Horz, 4th Three Sisters Men’s Hardball: 1st Lil’ Boston, 2nd Tomahawks, 3rd Black Hawks – Nisqually, 4th NDN-Nisqually The children enjoyed picking out the prizes The Rez-Rats Coed softball team took the championship after offered by the Youth defeating the All Natives team to win the tournament. Center Page 2   
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