There was still frost on the fields when the season began. The preparation was bound to begin long before the diamonds were shaped, seeds spat, and dirt sprayed. Softball is what you know; coming from Wisconsin, you have to make do with what you got when spring looks more like the middle of winter. Nobody said this season was going to be easy.
Some kids play softball because their parents or guardians make them. Others play because of the pure joy they get from smacking a double or chasing a fly ball. Your team is filled with passionate girls who play the game because they love it. You don’t spend most of your spring and summer days practicing ball for nothing. Traveling throughout Wisconsin, playing games on the weekends and occasional evening during the week, has led you and your squad to a national tournament in Florida. It’s a big deal.
Trade Those Pins
been a curious person when it comes to travel. You love your home state but
also have an itch to see what it is like all over the country and world.
Florida is exciting for you because you get to experience a new place while
playing the game that you love. You can look for an softball
that are exchanged between players of opposing teams; a player can collect pins
from states like Hawaii, California, Vermont and all over the great country.
It’s an exciting time.
In order to collect pins from other squads in the tournament, you have to offer your pin. You want your pin to represent a season rich in dedication. Your teammates and you love the game and have given a lot of energy to it this year. You don’t want a shoddy pin, but one that is elegant and well designed.
More Than Winning
When kids from around the country play softball in a national tournament, there is bound to be only one champion. The rest are left with memories that are about more than winning. Kids have a lot of energy and that energy is used up through the spirit of the game. Kids not only gain exercise while playing softball, but also gain friendships and the tools to use teamwork to accomplish a goal. Sports are awesome.
One has to remember that if they give it their all while always trying to improve, they have already won. They may not lift the champion’s trophy at the end of the tournament, but they are gaining valuable experiences worth a lifetime of memories. The pins collected at the softball tournament symbolize this notion. The game is important, but the memories made from the experiences are invaluable. Whatever the sport is, reward yourself by making the most out of the experience. Have fun while you toss the ball or try to score a goal from 40 yards out. Sport presents wonderful opportunities for folks of any age.