Third baseman for  Thibideau's Kenny's Liquor, Chad Dubois, lays down a tag on Nick Andrews from Sitka team E.L.I. during the 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament on Saturday.

Third baseman for Thibideau's Kenny's Liquor, Chad Dubois, lays down a tag on Nick Andrews from Sitka team E.L.I. during the 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament on Saturday.

Photos: Rainball Tournament

Men’s C division

1. House of Liquor (Sitka)

2. Team Imperial (Juneau)

3. South Franklin (Juneau)

 

Men’s D division

1. MAC BOB_OMB Squad (Juneau)

2. Rounders (Juneau)

3. Miners (Juneau)

 

Men’s F division

1. Super Bear IGA Double Ugly (Juneau)

2. AML (Juneau)

3. SeaMart Specials (Sitka)

 

Woman’s C North division

1. Louie’s (Juneau)

2. Diaz Hermanos (Sitka)

3. Shazam (Juneau)

 

Woman’s C South division

1. Silver Tip Seafoods (Juneau)

2. Bells Hot Shots (Juneau)

3. Sticks-N-Stones (Juneau)

 

Woman’s D division

1. Auto Plus (Juneau)

2. Stans Angels (Sitka)

3. SE Mine Supply Bat Attitudes (Juneau)

Pictured are the Woman's C North winners, Louie's. They are (top row) Krisi Selvig, Sharla Hayes, Kim Morris, Megan Wallace, Kelsey Erickson-Kizer, Dusty Dumont, Kerri Willoughby, Emily Miller, (bottom row) Natasha Peterson, Dusty Dumont, Angi Thibodeau, Dee Boster, Amelia Rivera and Kelsey Hagan.

Pictured are the Woman’s C North winners, Louie’s. They are (top row) Krisi Selvig, Sharla Hayes, Kim Morris, Megan Wallace, Kelsey Erickson-Kizer, Dusty Dumont, Kerri Willoughby, Emily Miller, (bottom row) Natasha Peterson, Dusty Dumont, Angi Thibodeau, Dee Boster, Amelia Rivera and Kelsey Hagan.

House of Liquor second baseman J.T. Pratt forces Tony Harding of South Franklin (Juneau) into a 'pickle' during their 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament bracket game on Saturday.

House of Liquor second baseman J.T. Pratt forces Tony Harding of South Franklin (Juneau) into a ‘pickle’ during their 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament bracket game on Saturday.

Zeno Cole of AML (Juneau) throws the ball after making the out at second base to complete a double play against Suit 907 Kawashu Tlingits during their 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament on Saturday.

Zeno Cole of AML (Juneau) throws the ball after making the out at second base to complete a double play against Suit 907 Kawashu Tlingits during their 41st annual Jamie Parsons Rainball Tournament on Saturday.

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