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Seminole Sports wraps up tournament season, ready for fall

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  • The 8U Elk Grove Travelers, runners-up in both the Fastballs and Fireworks Invites and also the Black & Gold World Series.

      The 8U Elk Grove Travelers, runners-up in both the Fastballs and Fireworks Invites and also the Black & Gold World Series.
    Courtesy of Seminole Sports, LLC

  • Members of the Mokena Blaze and Racine RiverDawgs show good sportsmanship following the 11U Championship of the 21st annual Seminole Classic at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.

      Members of the Mokena Blaze and Racine RiverDawgs show good sportsmanship following the 11U Championship of the 21st annual Seminole Classic at Olympic Park in Schaumburg.
    Courtesy of Seminole Sports, LLC

 
Submitted by John Suvada, Seminole Sports, LLC

Schaumburg-based Seminole Sports, LLC, recently wrapped up a successful baseball/softball tournament season. Seminole Sports prides itself on running quality youth tournaments throughout the area.

The tournament season started with the Arlington Heights Turf Showdown (April 10-13) and ended the weekend of July 11-13 with three separate baseball tournaments in the suburbs.

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The climax was the Seminole Classic (June 27-29) which hosted 98 baseball teams ranging from 8U-14U. It was the 21st annual Seminole Classic Tournament which started as an eight team tournament back in 1994, and was played out of Brandenburg Park in Schaumburg.

This year's event was housed among five sites in Schaumburg, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Streamwood and Rolling Meadows park districts.

Throughout the year, Seminole Sports also worked with the West Chicago, Carol Stream, and Elgin park districts in addition to St. Viator and Romeoville high schools. In total Seminole Sports hosted 437 baseball teams and 10 girls fastpitch softball teams throughout the spring/summer. Teams came from the outlying suburbs, city of Chicago, downstate Illinois, Racine, Wisconsin and Iowa City, Iowa.

This fall, Seminole Sports will host a fall league out of Reed-Keppler and McCaslin Park in West Chicago. Further information on Seminole Sports can be found at www.seminolesportsllc.com or facebook.com/SeminoleSports

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