Grasskickers won the Dana Point recreation's Wednesday kickball league. Photo: Courtesy
Grasskickers won the Dana Point recreation’s Wednesday kickball league. Photo: Courtesy

Dana Point Times

The City of Dana Point’s recreation sports league season has come to an end following the crowning of the Wednesday co-ed kickball league champions on Sept. 2.

Here is a breakdown of the recreation league’s kickball and softball postseason tournaments.

For more information on upcoming Dana Point recreation sports leagues, visit the city’s website at

Wednesday Kickball

No. 2 seed Grass Kickers pulled off an upset victory over top-seeded Luxe Restaurant in the tournament finals on Sept. 2. Grass Kickers was able to shutout the previously unbeaten Luxe Restaurant team 2-0 in the championship. Grass Kickers earned a trip to the finals by defeating Just Can’t Kick Enough 3-0 in the semifinals.

Monday Kickball

There were no upsets in the Monday kickball bracket, as top-seeded Hairless Harriets played No. 2 The District in the championship game on Aug. 31. Hairless Harriets continued their winning ways by pulling off a 5-0 victory.

Hairless Harriets outscored their postseason opponents 14-4 over two games.

Monday Softball

There was no stopping Feel the Heat’s offense once the Monday softball postseason tournament kicked off. Feel the Heat, which entered the tournament as the No. 2 seed and earned a first-round bye, scored 21 runs in two games, including a 10-run effort in the championship game against Dead Pull, vaulting them to the top.

Feel the Heat defeated Dead Pull 10-4 in the title game on Aug. 31.

Dead Pull was the No. 1 seed heading into the postseason and narrowly won their semifinal game 11-9 over The Gimps.

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