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TTE moms and boys get a kick out of kickball

Second grader Jackson Royal makes a strong play at the Timber Trail Elementary Mother-Son Kickball Tournament.

Article and photos by Lisa Crockett

For the fourth year in a row, boys at Timber Trail teamed up with their moms for a kickball tournament at Coyote Ridge Park. Roughly 260 players gathered to play ball, eat dinner, and have a great time.

“When we started this event four years ago, we wanted something boys could do with their moms,” said Jenny Hanna, who chaired the event. “I think it’s really great for the boys to see their moms doing something active and we wanted to have an event that was a lot of fun.”

In addition to playing the game, players listened to music from the Denver DJ Daddy and ate dinner from Chik-fil-A and Bluebell Ice Cream. After playing, boys could assemble a first-aid kit with supplies from Concentra Urgent Care. Brandon Linn Orthodontics was also a sponsor of the event.

Eight-year-old Kelsey Buffington opens the annual Mother-Son Kickball Tournament for Timber Trail Elementary by singing the national anthem.

Second grader Tyler Sampson, with his mom Sherry, is poised and ready at Timber Trail’s annual Mother-Son Kickball Tournament.



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