We didn’t get to see much of the ISC tournament, but did catch Rainey’s first game on Saturday, an upset win over the higher ranked Kegel Black Knights of Fargo, North Dakota. Team Rainey came into the tournament ranked #24, while Kegel was #13. (Rainey also beat Kegel in July at Boys of Summer). Click here to view the photos from the game against Kegel.
Team Rainey went on to knock off the #4 team in the tournament in their second game, the host Hallman Twins of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, before dropping a close game to #5 Patsy’s of New York, which finished 2nd overall in this year’s tournament. Rainey was later eliminated on a controversial call by the plate umpire in their game against Heflin of New York.