Due to several delays in the tournament games because of the wet fields, players in the city's adult softball and kickball leagues finished their fall seasons later than expected.
Despite the extended season, the players enjoyed the opportunity. Some of them had a chance to relive a cherished childhood game.
"Our kickball league is the only one that I am aware of in this area," said Joey Blethen, an official with the Tega Cay Parks and Recreation Department. "The men and women have a good time playing kickball on Friday nights."
Blethen served as an umpire in the past and played on one of the teams this season.
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Among the 12 coed teams competing in the fall season, the Red team finished in first place, but because of the weather, was unable to compete in the champion game and the Aqua team claimed the title.
In other action, the Dixie Dozen men's softball team finished the 17-game season with a 13-4 record and won the end of season tournament to reign as the champions of the league.
The eight womens softball teams competed on Sunday evenings at Runde Field and the Orange team finished in first place followed by Purple, Black, Maroon, Royal, Pink, Light Blue and Red.
Adults will be able to sign up for spring sports that include coed kickball, mens softball and womens softball. And more the merrier.
"We keep increasing the number of teams in the leagues," Blethen said .
For more information, send an e-mail to Charlie@tegacaysc.org or call 548-3516.