Once the domain of elementary school playgrounds, kickball is growing up
By Jonna Spelbring Priester
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 8:21 am
Monday night, they gathered at a leisurely pace at Harry Hill Park; men and women of various ages and various athletic abilities.
Once the teams were assembled, they took the small baseball field, in turns, to boot a soft-ish rubber ball as hard as they could.
With rules similar to adult co-ed softball, two teams kicked it out for five innings before Odds & Ends was declared the winner with 12 runs to Campbellsburg Baptist Church’s zero.
The teams were gatherd as part of a small, but enthusiastic group of adult kickball players.
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