Remember those old games of kickball you used to play during recess in grade school? The game is making a comeback and dozens are re-living their childhood and getting in their kicks.
"The main objective is to come out and have fun," said tournament organizer Keith Cunningham. "We're hoping to one day have this tournament grow and become a tradition like the Over-The-Line tournament."
Based on some of the team names, a bit too risque for print, the tournament is on its way.
The tournament is broken down into two divisions, a social division and a competitive division. The winner of the competitive division will not only earn bragging rights, but will also have their team name inscribed on the official kickball for next year's tournament.