Nations won the men's division. (Thomas Johnson photos)
PMS Desert Falls, Utah won the Coed division of the tournament.
Festival softball tourney winners
FORT HALL — Nations won the Shoshone-Bannock Festival men’s softball tournament, Scared Hitless won the women’s division while PMS Desert Falls won the coed division over the weekend.
Nations defeated Wagon Burners 28 to 8. Savages of Washington took third place while Arizona Outlaws finished fourth place. Kobe Reed of Nations was named Most Valuable Player. All Stars from Nations include Jimmy, Duane and Clay. Other All Stars include Terrance Snapp and Tristen of Arizona Outlaws; Owen and Patch of Savages of Washington, along with Alfredo and Avery Lopez and Kurvin Kniffin of Wagon Burners.
Scared Hitless of Utah defeated Red Cedar, also of Utah, 4 to 2. Third place went to 40605 of Montana and Playmakers won fourth.
Lacey Leprey of Scared Hitless was named Most Valuable Player. Scared Hitless players Cass, Chelsea and Beth were named All Stars. Others include Jazz, Morning and Matti of Red Cedar; Shirelle and Jana of 40605 of Montana. Playmakers Talisa and Bidz Johnson were also named All Stars.
PMS Desert Falls had to play two games to win the Coed championship over Wagon Burners. Third place went to Red Sox while Warm Springs, Oregon finished fourth.
Darrell Roberts of Desert Falls was name Most Valuable Player. Duane, Codee and Cass were named All Stars. Kurvin Kniffin, Tedda and Mike of Wagon Burners were also named All Stars. In addition, Jana and Duane of Red Sox, Idaho, along with Shirelle and Albert were named All Stars.
Four teams in Wild Horse race
FORT HALL — The results of the Wild Horse Race are as follows:
1st place went to Warm Springs, Oregon’s Dustin Suppah, Trevor Suppah and Paige Smith.
2nd place went to Warm Springs, Oregon’s and Fort Hall, Idaho’s David LeClaire, Anthony BlueBack and Carlos Wallulatum.
3rd place went to Toppenish/White Swan, Washington’s Cecil Jackson, LeRoy Morning Owl and Victor Barkley.
4th place went to Fort Hall, Idaho’s Woody Teton Team.