Last updated: July 29. 2014 3:11PM - 431 Views
By Gaylen Blosser



GAYLEN BLOSSER/Advocate photoThe Greenville Girls Softball Association played host to the Treaty City Shootout this past weekend at Stebbins Field.
GAYLEN BLOSSER/Advocate photoThe Greenville Girls Softball Association played host to the Treaty City Shootout this past weekend at Stebbins Field.
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GREENVILLE — The Greenville Girls Softball Association for the second week in a row was host to the Treaty City Shootout girls softball tournament this past weekend.


“We had a very successful weekend last week with the 8U and 10U,” GGSA President Eric Fellers said. “We will end up having a total of 40 teams for the two weekends with teams coming from farther away this year than last year.”


Saturday had a total of 40 games played at the Greenville girls ball diamonds with more than 20 games played on Sunday.


Rockford defeated the Arcanum All-Stars 14-13 in the 12U championship game while Tri-Village took home the third-place trophy by defeating Eaton 13-5.


“We had 17 teams here this weekend with some of teams from Cincinnati, Lima, Batavia, Eaton and local teams from Arcanum, Greenville and Versailles,” Fellers said.


The Mason Stingers took first place in the 14U girls tournament with Lima Shawnee finishing second.


Arcanum took home its second trophy of the weekend tournament, finishing third by defeating the Lebanon Raptors in the 14U consolation game.


“A big thank you to all the officers and volunteers that came out to help this weekend,” Fellers said. “We have had a lot of softball the last two weekends. Also a big thank you to the community for coming out and helping support girls softball.


“The next couple of years I think this is really going to take off,” Fellers added. “It’s just going to continue to grow and grow.”


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