‘Legends’ capture runners-up in Denver tourney


Representing “Legends” softball team were, bottom row from left, Kyle Khoketkham, Eric Mestas, Jerid Huggins, Tate Kindschuh; back row from left, Royce Brubacher, Dominic Khoketkham, Zach Decker, Daniel Jimenez, Brandon Bertsch, William Squires, Joey Spangler, Waylon Squires, Amanda Spangler and Sierra Mora.  

ALAMOSA, Colo. — The “Legends,” a softball team made up of local first responders came away with second place out of 17 teams in the first ever ZPIII Memorial Softball Tournament in Castle Rock on Sept. 9. The event honored and memorialized fallen Colorado officers and their families.
The tournament consisted of teams from all over Colorado and across the country as teams represented the New York Police Department and Fort Worth, Tex. PD were among the entries.

Alamosa opened tourney play with four straight victories before losing the championship to the Denver PD, 26-17. The locals’ wins were: 13-0 over Brighton PD, 24-11 over Lonetree/Parker, 7-5 over Aurora PD and 24-27 over Douglas County.

Competing for the Legends were: Kyle Khoketkham, Eric Mestas, Jerid Huggins, Tate Kindschuh. Royce Brubacher, Dominic Khoketkham, Zach Decker, Daniel Jimenez, Brandon Bertsch, William Squires, Joey Spangler, Waylon Squires, Amanda Spangler and Sierra Mora.

Team organizer APD Corp. Tate Kindschuh thanked the team’s sponsors “who made it possible for us to go compete and represent our community for a great cause.”


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