Social Media Roundup: Best of the Midwest by Game 7 – Round 2

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BRANSON, Mo. — Game 7 Baseball returned to Ballparks of America over the weekend, drawing 32 teams to Branson for another Best of the Midwest event. This tournament pitted 8U, 9U, and 10U squads in pool play followed by a bracket format to determined champions in each age division.

Tournament championships were claimed by:

8U – Crushers-Maher (MO)

9U – Booneville Bombers (MO)

10U – SI Team Dinger (IL)

This marked the final partner tournament of the season. Next week, Ballparks of America will open the 2018 Summer season with the Memorial Day Classic for 11U-13U clubs.

Enjoy more memories that our guests shared from the Game 7 Best of the Midwest Tournament.

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