9 teams took the field in Milton and brought their A game. We saw a record number of competitors in the skills comps where 3 records fell and a new comp was tried. Alexciya Blair broke a 2 year old record in the female base running at 11.93 and both hardest throw records were broken. For the females Jesse Stockman set a new record at 55 m.p.h. For the males Curtis Saunders set a new mark of 75 m.p.h. only to have that broken by Josh Graham at 76 m.p.h. On the diamonds Blue Moon defeated team Beagle in the B final. The game of the weekend took place in the A semi-final. Team Unknown and Swing for Autism were tied after 7. In extras SFA put up a 7 only to have Unknown put up 7 and then walk it off with a grand slam. In the final, Team Unknown fell to the The Wayne Barr Experience who became A champs. We want to thank all of those that volunteered in many ways, Amanada Cote for the amazing prize donations, and most especially all of the players who, once again, were there for the spirit of the cause before the spirit of competition. Great Fun! Great Cause!